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Russia Has Penetrated Highest Level US Secret Traffic

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posted on Jan, 27 2007 @ 08:47 PM
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In this story from www.nworeport.com...



WASHINGTON, DC -- The GRU and other Russian-based organs have completely penetrated the highest-level American codes (including satellite transmissions) and have been reading our military (DIA and Pentagon) and civilian (read CIA/USIA [and other]) messages being sent from Iraq, Israel, Turkey, Egypt and Italy.

From this, I was told, and shown copies of intercepts, that Bush and Israel are fomenting a new war in the Gulf area by either creating an "incident" (casus belli) or instigating one.

There are US intelligence units (small) now operating under cover in Iran and while the Iranians don't know the details, the Russians do. If, as reported, Bush is going to off Iranians in Iraq, the U.S. units in Iran will be offed as a quid pro quo. And videos of the executions made for U.S. domestic consumption.

Both Russia and China have supplied Iran (and from them the Iraqi Resistance people) with shaped charge small shoulder-held rockets that will blow up the biggest tank and, as happened several days ago, the biggest armored military helicopters?

The suggestion that Bush and Israel would attack Iran for his prestige and their safety might interdict the vital oil China must have and so the Chinese, too, have fully entered the game.

They don't keep the Russians courant.

The latter have also got agents planted with Israeli military and intelligence organs in Israel and these supply Moscow with a heavy stream of information concerning the Mideast political and military situation and most especially, projects that might be of interest to Russia and, through them, Iran. Any gen coming from the U.S. to Israel ends up in Moscow almost simultaneously! Do much for the delusion that secrets are secrets.

Anyway, the Mideast pot is coming to a boil and this parallels the situation in Washington where Bush is facing growing, and entirely predictable, rebellion from the newly-empowered Democrats.

Remember the proverb about the house built on sand? The winds came and beat upon that house and it fell and great was the fall thereof? Nice simile and so true! "




posted on Jan, 28 2007 @ 05:07 PM
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I would take everything from that source with a grain of salt. There are many different encryption codes in use , and they're all changed periodically. There's absolutely no way that every code has been compomised, and on a recurring basis. There's also no way to refute the claims made in that story, because there's no way to corroborate the sources, and verify their accuracy.



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 02:52 PM
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If for some small chance this were actually true, we wouldn't be hearing about it. The last thing the Russians would want is for us to find out that our communications had been compromised and cause us to change our codes and whatnot.

We didn't find out until decades later that the US had intercepted communications from the Soviet Union, which allowed them to identify Russian spies, US double agents and much more. And how long did it take before the public knew that we had cracked the Japanese codes as well as Germany's?

People need to stop believing everything they read on the internet- especially when it comes from such questionable source(s). It'd bad enough that people trust the mainstream media, but even worse that they trust a website with an obvious agenda.

Also remember that between groups like the CIA and the Mossad, we have plenty of moles in Russian Intelligence and Iranian Intelligence. Somewhere along the line our military would have gotten wind of this- and long before some unreliable website did.



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 02:19 AM
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The point is that there are a lot of codes, and they are changed periodically. Even if you cracked one, you wouldn't have access to the others without cracking them too, and no one individual could give out every code.



posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 04:20 PM
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Originally posted by GT100FV
The point is that there are a lot of codes, and they are changed periodically. Even if you cracked one, you wouldn't have access to the others without cracking them too, and no one individual could give out every code.


You made your point clear in your original reply, no need to post the same thing again.


Originally posted by Rasputin13
If for some small chance this were actually true, we wouldn't be hearing about it. The last thing the Russians would want is for us to find out that our communications had been compromised and cause us to change our codes and whatnot.

We didn't find out until decades later that the US had intercepted communications from the Soviet Union, which allowed them to identify Russian spies, US double agents and much more. And how long did it take before the public knew that we had cracked the Japanese codes as well as Germany's?

People need to stop believing everything they read on the internet- especially when it comes from such questionable source(s). It'd bad enough that people trust the mainstream media, but even worse that they trust a website with an obvious agenda.

Also remember that between groups like the CIA and the Mossad, we have plenty of moles in Russian Intelligence and Iranian Intelligence. Somewhere along the line our military would have gotten wind of this- and long before some unreliable website did.


Agree with every word you said, although I doubt their are as many moles as you think.
And about the source, don't beleive everything you read about a website called NWOREPORT, comon.



posted on Feb, 6 2007 @ 08:22 AM
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I just wanted to make it clear that while it's certainly possible for an individual to compromise very important information, that the notion of every code being cracked is simply not plausible.



posted on Feb, 8 2007 @ 10:04 AM
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The Russians wouldn't tell anyone if they had broken the codes.

We have also all heard the story of 'the unbreakable code' or codes which are later on broken. People who say codes cannot be broken are wrong because to read what the code says you actually have to break it. If this was originally an article then it is a fraud.



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