Secret Transmission Detected from North Korea

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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 07:27 AM
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Virtually everything you read or watch in the western media about North Korea has been nothing but propaganda.

Just beating war drums and distracting people. It works. People are still that f-ing stupid. They will believe anything. They will still allow themselves to be whipped into a frenzy of "Us vs Them" -- a violent, irrational, tribal-based, reptile brained stupor.

The only benefit this nonsense has had, for me and many others, is to be given the distinct opportunity to root out and identify those around us who are dangerously naive and impressionable, even psychopaths. We then note this and stop communicating with these people.

This *really* shows the true nature of western society today. It shows that lust for war and chaos is -- across the board, a non-partisan ideology. Progressives, Neo-Cons, true Conservatives, Liberals, Libertarians.. they all come out and show themselves for who they really are. Thanks media.




posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 07:43 AM
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Whether the report of secret transmissions is true or not- who knows? Even if true our government isn't going to tell us until WAY after the fact. We had Russian subs in the Gulf of Mexico for well over a month and our government knew about it from the get-go but they didn't leak it out to the public until the Russians were preparing to leave. What makes anyone think they would admit that they knew N.Korea was up to something? Wouldn't want to panic the masses!



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 07:51 AM
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These messages supposedly are coming out of Cuba according to a HAM operator that has been looking into it.

His twitter posts...

Jason Milldrum‏ @NT7S
OK, I heard the supposed recording of the numbers station on the VOK frequency...

Jason Milldrum ‏@NT7S
It's just the new Cuban numbers station (HM01), that has alternating Spanish numbers groups and data bursts. Nothing exciting.

Jason Milldrum‏ @NT7S
@ISNJH Compare the audio in this YouTube vid to the recording released with that blog post: www.youtube.com...



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 07:55 AM
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Originally posted by kdog1982


Tim, picked up a “numbers station” broadcasting on the same frequency as “The Voice of Korea” propaganda station

intellihub.com...
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Could even NK be dumb enough to use their “The Voice of Korea” frequency to broadcast top-secret intel


I imagine it's either:

    NK want us all to hear it as part of their apparent campaign of intimidation....

    It's part of a false flag machine....

    The story's bogus.







posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 07:57 AM
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No need to panic here...

1. Yes, these subs are old....I mean REALLY old, diesel electric, and these particular subs don't even have the range to get to Hawaii. (range of sub = 2800km, distance to Hawaii = 7000km). Even if the Sang-O II has DOUBLE the range, still can't make it.

2. The Chinese sub that popped up near the Kitty Hawk was 2007, not last year, and by "near" it means torpedo range. So, it's been over five years now, and fleet defenses have certainly improved vastly. Also, this was a NEWER sub, not the older, noisier ones NK has.

3. The Sang-O subs cannot stay under long, and have no missile capability.

NK subs really pose no viable threat to either major US forces, or the mainland. Their threat mainly applies to outlying ships of a carrier group or individual ships...but even then, they'll be detected before in range.


lust for war


Is getting rid of a nutjob (or his nukes) who has directly and publicly threatened to nuke you a lust for war? Or just common sense? I'm going to have to go with the latter.
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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 07:58 AM
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Hahahaha nice!

IDDQD!!
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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 08:42 AM
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reply to post by Taino
 


contra (on nintendo)... and also sonic i think (sega)



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 08:48 AM
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If replying to posts on other pages of the thread, please include a quote...thanks.


(and no IM-ese, folks).
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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 08:48 AM
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There are too many radio 'leaks' involved in this build-up to war. Seems to me that the more you dig, the more you hear what you want. This mass hysteria is what the NWO want.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 09:11 AM
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sonic for sega was up,down,left,right hold a , press start



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 09:15 AM
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You mean those subs could appear right in front your nose....? ... A satellite flying over. U.s. , submarines missing.... Nuclear test , missile launching... I'm surprised , for less than that u.s. was invading countries before... Something is missing on this puzzle...



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 09:48 AM
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This doesn't make since...

So they transmit 24/7.


These stations use very rigid schedules, and transmit in many different languages, employing male and female voices repeating strings of numbers or phonetic letters day and night, all year round.


Then there is an end to the sequence?


What is more significant is the digital signal at the end of the transmission.


How can they tell whether it's it beginning, middle, or end if it constantly transmits?



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:03 AM
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That "intellihub" site seems to be nothing more than a fearmonger/prepper site where people are getting brainwashed to "get their guns and bunkers ready".

This is red flag 1

Fact is, that according to the report "someone" recorded a "number station" CLAIMING it must be a Korean one and then make a bunch of weird, entirely base-less assumptions about the message.

(By coincidence I just read a little about number stations a few days ago, entirely unrelated).

Fact is, he will not have a way to even know whether the message is from NK, and of course not being able to decipher the message. (Such number stations, by the way, are used by many nations for MANY decades already).

Which means that, in accordance to the other fearmonger nonsense on the site, the entire article is nothing but speculation just adding to the other nonsense with only one purpose: Doom porn



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:12 AM
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I think we give these guys too much credit. They are not major player's in the Global picture. They will not blow us up. This little bugger must be buddys with George H.W. Get's pissed and stomps his feet a little.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:18 AM
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In all probability, the USN has destroyed both with a kinetic weapon - all you got to do is put a hole in it and it goes down - quietly.

But, could be the newer extended subs with a skeleton crew of two, extra fuel, extra food for the two on board, extra batteries, and a nuclear device, and riding the flotsam and jetsam washed out from Fukishima. They could easily make it to Pearl or push on to Seattle or San Fran. Surfacing only at night in the trash on the ocean, using passive radar from known stations and GPS, I believe it could be done.

Small subs have penetrated Pearl Harbor before...



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:31 AM
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But you can't compare before, and NOW...just in the past few years alone... That Chinese sub incident in 2007 drove a push for more computing power. Our sub detection systems were fine, but the problem was the analysis took too long to be real effective (we did detect the sub, but couldn't analyze the data quick enough to be of use). That has been solved and is now real time, as computing power is leaps and bounds from what it was, and of course, better detection systems to boot.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:32 AM
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the good old consoles



 
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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:35 AM
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I had thought the NK navy had some old russian model subs which were missile capable??4 mebee?
They do have a total of 21 or so subs....so odds are ONE might be overlooked....
(and thats all it takes isnt it?)
i mean they lose a war but we lose up to a million people in one shot.
If you think 9/11 rallied the American people, you have no idea exactly what propensity they have for war.....
Take out San Francisco, or Seattle.....and watch the frenzied response.....i dont even like to picture what would be thrown back......
The possibility IS a real one....
Though the odds may be long, the NKs are pretty gung ho.....
Regarding these shadow stations...
ExACTLY how MANY ARE THERE?
Do you think thats a lot of information in total?
What the hey could all of them have to say?



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:40 AM
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I agree with you Gaz, in the condition that the Chinese sub was used and surfaced. That sub should have not been within 20 miles of the surface fleet without being detected, but to have surfaced 2,500 meters from the carrier task group was unbelievable.

Now, the NK subs would have to avoid surface ships as much as possible to carry out a long-range mission. Surfacing only at night in a sea full of trash - radioactive trash, mind you - to recharge and take corrective bearings if needed.

But I'm only being hypothetical here, I'm sure if the subs did indeed escape the USN's net, there are at least two Fast Attacks watching them closely ready to render "assistance" when needed.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:41 AM
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You're talking about the Whiskeys... They didn't have the missile cylinders in them when they got them from the Russians, and they've long been reported as retired (likely due to cost of upkeep and getting the parts from Russia). It's possible they could retrofit them with missile tubes, but they didn't get the launchers with them either. Even still, they are an older, noisier sub, and still couldn't get through the sub nets. A more realistic idea would be launching from international waters, but if I were a NK commander, I'd go with a smuggled nuke in a cargo container in a cargo ship, as my delivery method.

Still though, the cost for such a black eye....

I mean, if you could give me a black eye, but knew I'd then shoot you in the face, would you?





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