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Originally posted by NuclearPaul
I'd say it was coincidence.
As long as you appear to support the red or blue team, they will think you are still trapped in their game.
If not, they would have kept listening to hear what you had to say.
Said "Obama" over the phone, then got disconected...,
Originally posted by InfoKartel
reply to post by lowundertheradar
Whenever I speak with relatives in the US my phone goes haywire. At first I did not make much of it since I thought it could be that the connection wasn't proper. Lately though, the phone-tapping is getting so bold that I decided to record the sounds I hear, which can only be heard on my side. There are indeed a few keywords that will make "the machines" press "record".
Ron Paul is one of them.
This phone tapping has been going on for close to 10 years now.
After Monday’s fiasco which terrified many in New Jersey, officials learned their lesson and are warning about a test text that may come to New York City area cell phones tomorrow. It is unlikely the emergency text will come to New Jersey cell phones but is possible.
A test of cellular broadcasting technology will be conducted between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Thurday by the New York City Office of Emergency Management, in cooperation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Federal Communications Commission, and mobile telephone service providers.
The test is for the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) system – a new, free emergency notification service that will allow authorized government officials to send geographically targeted emergency alerts to enabled mobile devices on the AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon wireless networks.
It is possible that messages broadcast over the cellular network may be received by enabled cell phones in New Jersey near the New York border. This event will be just a test, and not a real emergency alert.
At issue for Huawei is widespread concern among U.S. military and intelligence agencies that Huawei’s switches, chips and firmware contain “back doors” that can give China's military the equivalent of listening posts all over the U.S. telecommunications infrastructure.
Originally posted by lowundertheradar
Should I be worried? I was talking to my sister who's alone and very ill. She doesn't have the internet or watch t.v., so I was trying, delicately, to tell her about the upcoming presidential race. As soon as it was out of my mouth, the line disconnected. I called her right back, but she thought the trouble was on my end. Seeing as how we're now in a police state, I'll be expecting that knock/battering-ram/swat team to be at my door. Teach ME to open my big mouth, again. America...now I'm calling it Usuckistan.
Originally posted by MikeBoss
It's sad to see a person getting scared/paranoid after saying Obama over the phone in a supposed free democratic society
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