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posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 05:23 PM
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First off let me say that this thread is only a theory. It is one possible outcome of many. If you choose to follow along, I will explain my deductions and how I reached this conclusion.

First off let's start with the latest Anon video.



entitled: A99 #OpESR RICO Class Action Lawsuit Against the Federal Reserve

In this video you will see an invitation message to go to www.fss34.com to chat.

let's start from there


fss34.com

domain listing is protected by
domain privacy company
in Nova Scotia, Canada.

"Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc.
Whois Agent (gmbpmrlhdq@whoisprivacyprotect.com)
+1.9027492060
Fax: +1.9027495405
PO Box 841
C/O fss34.com
Yarmouth, NS B5A 4K5
CA"



 

ADMIN EDIT
The assumption here is so incorrect and not based on the reality of how the Internet operates. Additionally, the thread-started has been repeatedly shown how the assumption is wrong, but he refuses to modify his claims. Therefor, we can only assume this is an attempt to hoax.
 




that company has a fax contact
of a UPS store fax box in
Bellevue Washington USA.

" Whois Privacy Protection Services, Inc.
Whois Agent ()

Fax:
PMB 368, 14150 NE 20th St - F1
Bellevue, WA 98007
US"

www.superpages.com...

you might remember this very same
government tactic used by the CIA
not long ago.

Remember CIA Agent Davis who was
arrested for killing 2 ISI Agents in Pakistan.
His dummy background info on his private
company also lead to a UPS Store.

what's in a name or a handle??

gmbpmrlhdq@whoisprivacyprotect.com

I found some interesting correlations regarding
the prefix: gmbpmrlhdq

It can be broken up into abbreviations

GM (General Motors) BP (British Petroleum)
Mr. L & HDQ (Headquarters)

How are all these abbreviations connected ???

Philip A. Laskawy

Mr. L ???

Even Mr. Laskawy fits into all the abbreviations
with his contacts.

Mr. Laskawy is currently head of Ernst & Young LLP
who handles accounts for British Petroleum.

www.ey.com...

Mr. Laskawy is also former Board Chairman for General
Motors up til 2009.

www.gm.com...

So how does it fit with the Bellevue WA Fax box at
the UPS Store???

Ernst & Young LLP has an office in Bellevue WA.

CAP GEMINI ERNST & YOUNG
10500 NE 8TH ST
BELLEVUE, WA 98004-4345

gm|bp|mrl|hdq

GM, BP, Mr. Laskawy, Headquarters

So why would the elites be tied to an
Anon video ???

I bet Mr. L never thought that one would
be figured out

and on to internet censorship !!!
some more interesting facts worthy
of note.

Mr. L's company Ernst & Young also has
ties with AT&T and Verizon.

Why is this significant ???
These 2 companies are the 2 biggest
internet providers in the US.

Verizon paid E&Y over $35 Million in 2008

investor.verizon.com...

AT&T also had them under contract in 2008

www.att.com...

You may also remember E&Y from the Enron Scandal ???

They were also probed by the Feds for their involvement
with the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

www.foxbusiness.com... industries/finance/ernst--young-probed-role-lehman-bankruptcy/

So we have a connection between Mr. L,
AT&T, Verizon and Anon.

Mr. L, the middle man ???

circumstantial ??? maybe, but there's more


remember that Ernst & Young Office
in Bellevue WA ??? The fax box at
the UPS Store in Bellevue, WA ???

The name of the E&Y Office in Bellevue
WA is Cap Gemini Ernst & Young.
Cap Gemini short for Capital Gemini.


In a move to create a global computer services consulting firm, Cap Gemini S.A. of France announced today that it was acquiring the consulting practice of Ernst & Young, one of the world's largest accounting firms, in a deal worth $11.1 billion.

Cap Gemini said it would pay 375 million euros, or $362 million, in cash and issue up to 43.5 million new shares, if all the consulting businesses of Ernst & Young accept the offer.

The stock will be divided among Ernst & Young's 1,000 consulting partners, who will then work for Cap Gemini, and the 4,000 accounting and tax partners that will remain with the auditing firm. About a third of the shares will go to the consulting partners and another third to the accounting and tax partners, who must sell their stock within five years. The remainder will go to finance Ernst & Young's pension plan and to pay for a variety of other expenses, including tax bills and transaction costs.


www.nytimes.com...

Notice, their specialty ?????

Global Computer Services !!!

also ties in with internet censorship.

If the internet gets regulated,
who do you think the Gov will turn
to for the infrastructure and resources
to govern the internet ???

Cap Gemini ????

They are the leader in the field.

Internet Censorship means billions
of dollars to Cap Gemini in contracts
for the gov.

Anon's connections to Cap Gemini
makes it a global internet conspiracy
with Anon acting as the strong arm
to reach that destination.

And how much did Cap Gemini
pay Ernst & Young for this ???

$11.1 Billion

Is this what control of the net
is worth to them ???

For $11.1 Billion, you can buy a lot
of hackers


It is my belief that Cap Gemini intends
to make billions off of internet censorship
like Haliburton made billions off the Gulf War.

But this is all just theory.
Or is it ???

you decide and do your own research


best wishes

boon
edit on 7-7-2011 by SkepticOverlord because: (no reason given)
edit on 7-7-2011 by SkepticOverlord because: (no reason given)




posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 05:33 PM
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Nice work Boon. That is a very interesting angle you got goin on there. Sorry I have nothing to contribute here, but I think it's totally plausible.

Keep up the good work!


........I'm surprised that you did not link this with Soros...............................yet!



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 05:38 PM
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Originally posted by CastleMadeOfSand
Nice work Boon. That is a very interesting angle you got goin on there. Sorry I have nothing to contribute here, but I think it's totally plausible.
Keep up the good work!

........I'm surprised that you did not link this with Soros...............................yet!

thank you


but there is a Soros link as well.

Bayo Oyewole is the lead consultant to the Soros Foundation.
He also consults with Cap Gemini and E&Y.

www.linkedin.com...



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 05:41 PM
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Anonymous does not represent one man or corporation.
There's no clear structure or leadership in Anonymous.

So its not hard to infiltrate them but on other hand its not easy to manipulate with whole Anonymous.

That's just my opinion.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 05:48 PM
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Originally posted by dario86
Anonymous does not represent one man or corporation.
There's no clear structure or leadership in Anonymous.


my theory and evidence provided
might prove you wrong


this is what you find when you
follow the money AND motive.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 05:57 PM
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Threads like these make me come back everyday, think you have shown everybody here what ATS is about with your angle taken. Hopefully now we can expand on this...

S&F



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 05:58 PM
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reply to post by boondock-saint
 

You know, all that sort of makes sense. If it's true then it's a big conspiracy. Can we say that the French are behind this or are the French a cover/scapegoat for the CIA/Military? If it's the CIA/Military is it a fund raiser for current/future black projects? They may already have some advanced networking capability that bypasses the internet and is light years ahead of current technology.

If french and DSK was going to be next President of France, he may have been accused because he wouldn't play ball. He may be tied up too long to enter the race in France and some manipulatable flunky will be elected.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 05:59 PM
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reply to post by boondock-saint
 


While i agree that government would like to control Internet i still think that Anonymous is not their job.



I found some interesting correlations regarding the prefix: gmbpmrlhdq It can be broken up into abbreviations GM (General Motors) BP (British Petroleum) Mr. L & HDQ (Headquarters)

Also i cant agree with this part because "gmbpmrlhdq" could mean anything.

But then again that's only my opinion. I guess we will see what happens with Anonymous in future. Anyway, thumbs up for effort



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:04 PM
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Originally posted by boondock-saint
domain listing is protected by domain privacy company in Nova Scotia, Canada.

"Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc.
Whois Agent (gmbpmrlhdq@whoisprivacyprotect.com)
+1.9027492060
Fax: +1.9027495405
PO Box 841
C/O fss34.com
Yarmouth, NS B5A 4K5
CA"

that company has a fax contact
of a UPS store fax box in
Bellevue Washington USA.


You seem to be basing your entire follow-up "investigation" on the Private registration service you encountered.

I can assure you it has no association with "Anonymous" and is a service (offered by many domain registrars) to provide people with a means to register a domain name without revealing private information in the WHOIS record.

The conclusions to which you jumped after that, are all unrelated to the point of origin.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:06 PM
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Originally posted by dario86


I found some interesting correlations regarding the prefix: gmbpmrlhdq It can be broken up into abbreviations GM (General Motors) BP (British Petroleum) Mr. L & HDQ (Headquarters)

Also i cant agree with this part because "gmbpmrlhdq" could mean anything.


you are correct, it could mean anything.
However, when you are making multiple
anonymous accounts, in order to keep
them straight, sometimes you tend to
abbreviate which ones you intend to serve
what function. this is descriptive naming.
It is my theory that Mr. L has more anonymous
accounts which he is hiding behind and is
using this one for the stated purpose in
my theory.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:12 PM
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Originally posted by boondock-saint
sometimes you tend to abbreviate which ones you intend to serve what function.

When one anonymously registers a domain name, the name of the Private information service (if selected as an option) is inserted into the domain name WHOIS information by the domain registrar, not the registrant.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:15 PM
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reply to post by SkepticOverlord
 


Bill, like i said
it was one possible path
of many.

I just outlined how I got from
point A to point B.

I stated it was a theory in the OP.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:16 PM
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Even IF this is BS it's a great mental workout. I like the sneaky way your brain works. he he he



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:21 PM
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The only thing I see wrong with this theory is
it makes sense.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:21 PM
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Like usual boon you not only do your homework, but you dam near make your evidence irrefutable.



If it walks-quacks like a duck-it's probably a duck
edit on 5-7-2011 by allprowolfy because: not enough wine yet!



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:24 PM
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While this is certainly an interesting read, I too must disagree with your direction here. Even if your theory was true, it still wouldn't indicate that Anonymous has ties to the government. Rather, it would indicate that the government has infiltrated Anonymous (which anyone would assume anyway). Internet censorship would be the absolute, number one thing that Anonymous would fight tooth and nail. It's probably the only thing that every individual in the group would agree 100 percent on... Kudos to your handy work nonetheless though.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:28 PM
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Originally posted by SkepticOverlord

Originally posted by boondock-saint
sometimes you tend to abbreviate which ones you intend to serve what function.

When one anonymously registers a domain name, the name of the Private information service (if selected as an option) is inserted into the domain name WHOIS information by the domain registrar, not the registrant.


just FYI,

the privacy firm in question does not
have the greatest of credibility by
their peers.


Who is Privacy Protect.com is a company that supports the defamation of individuals without just cause, supports "ghost writers," supports hate crimes and who does not return calls or provide a user term agreement. This is strictly a venue where people can come and hide their true identities so they can use the internet to disseminate lies, distortions, fabrications and more.

Who is Privacy Protect.com supports home based criminalism by supporting such site operators as AlaskaFreePress.com whose so called writers and bloggers freely disseminate lies and falsehoods about respectable people without the possibility of being caught.


www.aboutus.org...



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:38 PM
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Good work!

While I do appreciate your investigative work, I have 2 points to bring up:

1.


"Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc. Whois Agent (gmbpmrlhdq@whoisprivacyprotect.com) +1.9027492060 Fax: +1.9027495405 PO Box 841 C/O fss34.com Yarmouth, NS B5A 4K5 CA"


I own over 70 domains (last time I counted) and use the same services. Privacy protect is used by many domainers, individuals and Companies for various reasons. Not the least being Domain Hijacking.

2. gmbpmrlhdq...this is interesting for a few reasons actually. Is this ANON showing a sense of humor? Using these letters to show their disgust in these people and entities?

Or is it just a random set?

It can also be looked at this way:

GMB: The GMB is a general trade union in the United Kingdom, and has more than 600000 members.

PMR: (actual term) Profound Mental Retardation, a developmental disability. (This would be the humor part)


lh is the interesting one for me. lh.net is a redirect to a cloud computing company that also uses lh.org.

lh.com is of course lufthansa. Haven't considered a relation...yet.


Back it up and you have:

acronyms.thefreedictionary.com...
HDQ Headquarters (I like this one)
HDQ Harmonic Differential Quadrature
HDQ Hanged Drawn and Quartered (And this one)
HDQ Hung, Drawn & Quartered

Either way, I find your conclusions interesting and I gotta SnF ya!

Thanks!

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posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:39 PM
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Originally posted by boondock-saint
the privacy firm in question does not have the greatest of credibility by their peers.

The same can easily be said about every other domain registration privatizer.



posted on Jul, 5 2011 @ 06:41 PM
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Originally posted by SkepticOverlord

Originally posted by boondock-saint
the privacy firm in question does not have the greatest of credibility by their peers.

The same can easily be said about every other domain registration privatizer.


And as a domainer of many years...

Ditto!

BTW, I liked the old avatar. The new one is just creepy! lol


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