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originally posted by: wanderingconfusion
a reply to: IAMTAT
Agree with that and what PE said about the sub in Hawaii. I think the hostage release means that all the blackmail ability has been taken out of the hands of the CIA (1000 pieces - JFK quote). Not sure who 2 3 and 4 are though.
Maybe it could be Clinton instead of Comey?
Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 9400a1 175461
 would cease to exist immediately upon the harm of select individuals.
Think nuclear stand-off.
Q !UW.yye1fxo 12
CEOs/BODs PAYING TO PLAY.
>>Hussein  $29,000,000 SINGAPORE
>>We don't say his name  $19,000,000 SINGAPORE
(Why don't we say his name?)
>>HRC/BC  $15,000,000 Banco de MEXICO
>>NP  $8,000,000 Deutsche Bank USA
FOLLOW THE MONEY.
FOCUS on loudest voices in WASH.
originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Perfectenemy
Those prior "Hunt for Red October" statements in Q communications, could have been related to this?
No, I think that was a reference to a massive hack attack all over the world called Red October.
.sub may refer to a computer file having .sub extension.
A .sub file can be: MicroDVD Subtitle File: A file that contains subtitle (captioning) data for a movie or video clip
CloneCD Subchannel Data File: A file that can be a part of CloneCD image files
SubViewer Subtitle File
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