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ECHELON key words, let's start mailing this list!

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posted on Apr, 17 2009 @ 04:56 PM
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Maybe the house is not really a house. It could be some sort of base for secret operations. Or the guy who lives there really ticked someone off.




posted on Apr, 17 2009 @ 05:03 PM
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Originally posted by star in a jar
reply to post by scordar
[Maybe it is just a coincidence, but immediately after i posted the list my Wlan connection started to slow down and dropping off the net.]




Haha the bot is going nuts trying to filter your internet connection. It thinks you're some sort of number one superterrorist, or something, LOL

Interesting to see them have MKULTRA on the list, to say the least.

[edit on 17-4-2009 by star in a jar]



Not that interesting, most the words we do not recognize, just like "chameleon man" and the others, are all likely code names for projects. They are obviously hoping those words come up in conversations cause very few people use them, it seems by their logic, that these people were either involved with the project, or know of it, are a danger/and or are trying to expose it.

But a lot of the words on their are just dragnet. Garbage? Come on!!! How many times is that refered to in a day, how many people use the saying "ahh thats garbage"



posted on Apr, 17 2009 @ 05:06 PM
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Tossing all of those keywords in an email, web posting, IM, etc will not flag in the system. From a programming point of view something like this would more than likely disregard hits where 100% of the keyword list is found (and that is likely not only NOT the list but also not even 1/10th of what the real list would be in length). If you wanted to be legit about the concept of jamming the system you would pick perhaps 3 to 5 related terms out of the list and use them in say a single email or post, then pick another set of words for another post, etc.

In order to effectively jam a system like this you have to understand how such a system would work in the first place. A piece of data that returns 100% of the keywords would should make anybody think its likely a plant to waste time and resources analyzing by a human instead of a machine. A document that only returns perhaps 4 or 5 words in close proximity and linked to other sub-keywords would be far more interesting I would think.



posted on Apr, 17 2009 @ 05:31 PM
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The words Freemason and Conspiracy are not even in there. Also if one were going to use the word "terrorist" they would know that Eschelon was litening and would probably mask it by using a codeword or if typed would be something like T3rror.....(also not in there). Before someone comes on and says they won't have every word in the dictionary in there.....shouldn't they....at least? NSA Eschelon list...and they don't even have every word in the dictionary in the list? The concept is scary but the air-tight list seems to be as exploited as the Windows Operating System, which has more exploit holes than a sponge. Moot rules!



posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 01:03 PM
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Does anyone have any idea what this could mean?

"building 688-6911(b), 963-3371(s)"

Telephone number came to mind first, but i don't think so. cordinates of some kind perhaps?



posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 01:09 PM
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i think the list of words you can say would probably be shorter



thats pretty insane that they consider that many words hostile...



posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 01:15 PM
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Let us hope the OP is not a citizen of the United Kingdom, some individuals have been arrested and investigated for mass communicating the key words.

Oh, btw, congratulations for adding abovetopsecret.com to the watch list of ECHELON


*waves to the influx of spooks*



posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 01:18 PM
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Well I just googled it, it gave me this:



The SOC is located in Room 2A0120, OPS 2A building and the phone numbers are 688-6911(b), 963-3371(s).


And the page itself is some sort of NSA employees security manual done by Stanford University (?)

So yeah, just google 'building 688-6911(b), 963-3371(s)' and you'll see what I mean. All my efforts to make a link were dashed!

Any thoughts?

Edit: Can't seem to get the link to work, though i think you can copy the link location on a right click?
Edit: Ah hell even that doesn't work! I'd suggest googling the numbers, on the results ignore all the ones mentioning echelon, and i think the link says NSA Employees Security Manual.
It's not been a good day....lol
Edit: Ditch the bad link!

[edit on 18/4/2009 by purehughness]

[edit on 18/4/2009 by purehughness]

[edit on 18/4/2009 by purehughness]



posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 02:10 PM
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Oh yes, when you google it, it brings up a site which contains NSA employee's security manual.

To the poster above, at what basis have they arrested and investigated people for mailing a list of words in the net? sounds absolutely absurd! and no, i'm not from the UK (luckily i guess..)



posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 08:20 PM
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I looked around at the NSA Security Guide site after I googled "building 688-6911(b)" this is the site

www.tscm.com...

One thing I found a little odd was a listing for birthday spankings about 3/4 down this page


www.tscm.com...



posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 08:40 PM
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The word "porn" is in there, so i guess just this word would have probably jammed the system...

However, many words seem to be there so every conversation using that word to be recorded and stored somewhere, not for analysis unless something suspect happens to a person. Then, they cross check the person´s mail, phone, etc with stored conversations using those words and find the information needed to put him in jail, or, unfortunately as it seems to be the case taking into account some words in the list, to blackmail the person...



posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 09:43 PM
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One of my favorites on one of the older lists that I've seen of ECHELON Codewords is BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGE, refering, of course, to former President Bill Clinton, who was always into messing around. But then again, all the President's have done that, from the founding fathers right up to the present time.



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 12:29 AM
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Originally posted by Wally Conley
One of my favorites on one of the older lists that I've seen of ECHELON Codewords is BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGE, refering, of course, to former President Bill Clinton, who was always into messing around. But then again, all the President's have done that, from the founding fathers right up to the present time.


Bubba The Love Sponge is a controversial radio personality currently out of Tampa Bay. He's been around for about 20 yrs or so. I don't recall President Clinton being referred to as that. But it would fit...



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 12:59 AM
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There are way more. Try some of these sentences on the phone: "Visiting Timothy McVeigh's oil fields in Venzuela" "heroic anthrax crop duster" "I have a bleach bomb yellowcake toilet cleaner in the bowl" and see what happens.

[edit on 4/19/09 by Magnivea]



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 02:32 AM
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Why dont people just start typing in a different language?


That would surely get under the little perverts skin would it not.

sont-ils vraiment que stupide?




posted on May, 5 2009 @ 12:52 PM
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Mail the entire list to "osama@binladen.net" and see if that gets their attention.
I did it a coulple of minutes ago and i wonder when ill get a call from the authoritys



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