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originally posted by: hknudzkknexnt
a reply to: shinethelight
so while we preform our god given right to fight the corruption in our homeland they want tol squash us along with the government?
And what will the rest of the world think when they kill millions?
pretending that would happen they would target government and other like minded groups. But supporting ones that are more 'agreeable'
cutting internet cables? you know the government has their own communication systems right? (their own internet and everything)
That would be comparable to terrorism the main thing it would effect is infrastructure (meaning us) and massively damage the world socially
i wont feel sorry for any country that tries to harm us. We weren't called the greatest country in the world for nothing
we would not forgive and we would not forget. no foreign plane will cross our borders
what would their game plan be? pretend to be a group of birds?
originally posted by: shinethelight
Please move this if this is in the wrong forum.
Russian submarines and spy ships being strategically placed near vital under sea Internet cables. The obvious question is why?
Not to go off topic, but I believe very few people who claim doomsday 'prophecies'. But this guy is old school, and real. Everything he said is collaborating with what is happening today. He has passed. He talked about an internal revolt against the U. S. government, shortly after the government would be too busy trying to handle the citizens, then we would be bombed by Russia and China. Watch for yourself before you criticize
Operation Ivy Bells was a joint United States Navy, CIA, and National Security Agency (NSA) mission whose objective was to place wire taps on Soviet underwater communication lines during the Cold War.
Despite these obstacles, the potential for an intelligence coup was considered too great to ignore, and in October 1971 the United States sent the purpose-modified submarine USS Halibut (SSGN-587) deep into the Sea of Okhotsk. Divers working from the Halibut found the cable in 400 ft (120 m) of water and installed a 20 ft (6.1 m) long device, which wrapped around the cable without piercing its casing and recorded all communications made over it. The large recording device was designed to detach if the cable was raised for repair.
The tapping of the Soviet naval cable was so secret that most sailors involved did not have the security clearance needed to know about it. A cover story was thus created to disguise the actual mission: It was claimed that the spy submarines were sent to the Soviet naval range in the Sea of Okhotsk to recover the Soviet SS-N-12 Sandbox supersonic anti-ship missile (AShM) debris so that countermeasures could be developed.