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originally posted by: daskakik
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
Dude....seriously. Do you just take the opposite viewpoint of every post on here, no matter the context? The act is getting a little old.
Not every post, just the ones that try to make a big deal of what is already known. Every now and then I do a little research and correct faulty claims. Why would that get old? Isn't that what we are supposed to be doing?
........the 1970s technology, when blended with modern day communications, can create an untraceable protocol for clandestine transmissions.
First perfected by British intelligence, a HAM radio can be paired to a laptop, and send encrypted files, such as text messages, documents, and videos across the globe through what is referred to as "Burst Transmissions."
3. Burst Transmissions
Burst transmissions are a subset of radio transmissions, where the entire message is sped up to the point where listeners can no longer recognize it as human speech. Additionally, at the faster speed, those transmitting the message get off the air so fast that anyone listening to them can’t fix their position.
While the alleged Russian spies arrested by the FBI earlier this week employed some technologically advanced spying techniques, much of their tradecraft had a distinctively old school feel to it. However, that’s the norm in the world of international spying, experts say, where any successful trick will stay in use until it stops working.
In particular, five technologies that date back decades remain common in the world of cloak and dagger. Used by CIA, the suspected Russian infiltrators and every spook in between, these technologies have stood the tests of time and counterintelligence.
Once the intended target receives the message, they can slow it down and listen to it at normal speed.
“This is a great technique, because it gives you the advantages of radio, but you're not on long enough for location finding,” Stout said. “Rudimentary versions of that were used as early as World War I by the Germans.”
originally posted by: tiredoflooking
I wonder what agency created this cult...
Maybe Q isn't making all this stuff up?
We haven’t started the drops re: human trafficking / sacrifices [yet][worst].
Those [good] who know cannot sleep.
Those [good] who know cannot find peace.
Those [good] who know will not rest until those responsible are held accountable.