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There was a slide on the Blackjack slideshow that showed a theoretical Union of North America ID which had a series of seemingly random numbers and letters on it. These letters and numbers, however, were actually hexadecimal and when converted into text they read, "This is not simply entertainment."
Shortly after, a 17th slide appeared with a lot more hexadecimal. I can't remember exactly what this one said and the slide is now gone, but it lead people to a website called jackblack12.info (it also warned of American drills like Ardent Sentry, but the most important part was the website).
At first the website had information about NWO symbols and stuff like that; I never saw it, but I've seen screenshots.
Then, the website had a very basic text counter on it that was counting down to 8:03 British Summer Time on the 22nd of June. After that the counter was updated with one from the Apple Webkit with a "1" all the way to right. Some people think it's "1 year", while others think it means "Phase 1". There is also a second counter which looks like it goes to 11 September (I haven't done the exact math, but, if this is real, and knowing the government, 11 September would be an important date.) There is also a "2" all the way to the left. Some people speculated that it means "2 years", while others think it means "Phase 2".
Within the past few days, cryptic but nonetheless easily decipherable messages have been showing up, either in binary, hexadecimal, base-64, or in the form of barcodes.
Currently, pictures have been posted (two of which are confirmed to be from Google images), some of which contain pictures of white semis with sun icons on them. However, they are believed to be photoshopped because one of the images was found on Google images from 2005 and the semi in the picture did not have a sun logo.
There have also been base-64 messages showing up underneath each image. When decoded these messages are Shakespeare quotes, each related to the name of the image (Hamlet, Cadwal, Macbeth, etc.) These can also be found in the sticky.
This is where we are now. We have two images left and then we see where it goes from there.