I read a lot on ATS. I do not post much, but I wanted to weigh in on this one for a short:
I imagine most of you aren't old enough to remember "party lines". I am, just barely.
I grew up in....
A small town of appx 1700 people and perhaps 1000 phones all networked to appx 100-200 lines. Now old lady So and So across the street could hear the
slight buzz of the neighbor making an outgoing call and a soft "click" could be heard by the caller and the person called. [Operator also listened
in of course].
Every one knew everything going on everywhere in that small town. No secrets with the modern age back then. And.....what we learned was to keep our
mouths shut about anything and everything we didn't want anyone to know about. Sometimes we didn't. And trouble nearly always followed.
Fast forward to now. Today we cannot hear each others conversations without some sort of system failure.
Even then it is at the most..."amusing" what others say. However, today it isn't us that want to hear each other for the most part. Years ago
the ptb didn't give two hoots what granny said on main street in her kitchen.
Today someone besides the neighbors want to hear what granny is saying.
Someone else thinks granny just might be making cookies with some sort of evil thought in mind. So in the interest of the common good, the "party
line" now is generally tapped by TPTB. They do want to know if granny put enough brown sugar in the cookies. Or if she is putting in something that
may not be - shall we say..."safe".
conspiracy? Party lines years ago.....we knew everything going on in our little town. Now ..world wide......
Party lines today? Listenable only by TPTB and one can only imagine why DHS would care what granny is putting in her cookies. Party lines, never
left us. Someone has always listened in. Technology did not make it better, or safer...perhaps the opposite? It is quite possible that what is going
on in the OPs networks going crazy is somewhat more than a simply glitch. Some would say that is a paranoid idea. I tell you people have been
listening since the very first telegraph signal. I was concerned about this at the age of 5.
I do not believe in coincidences. Perhaps your networks are just glitched. I doubt it, but then I heard my first click of a wire tap at the age of
4. I for one do believe your networks are being, well..."party-lined"