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I was asked to read and then sign a security oath, which I did. I was then told by Captain Caldwell that my security clearance had been upgraded to Top Secret, Q, Sensitive Compartmentalized Information with access authorized on a strict need-to-know basis. He told me to report to the officer in charge of the CINCPACFLT Intelligence Briefing Team the following morning at 0400 hours. I did. What I learned during the time I spent with that briefing team is what led me on my 18-year search that has culminated in the writing of this book. I was later given another upgraded clearance in the crypto category and served as the designated SPECAT operator when I was on watch in the command center.
Project REDLIGHT was formed and experimentation in test-flying alien craft was begun in earnest. A super-Top Secret facility was built at Groom Lake in Nevada in the midst of the weapons test range. It was code-named Area 51. The installation was placed under the Department of the Navy and all personnel required a Q clearance as well as Executive presidential, called MAJESTIC approval. This is ironic, due to the fact that the President of the United States does not have clearance to visit the site. The alien base and exchange of technology actually took place in an area code-named Dreamland above ground, and the underground portion was dubbed "the Dark Side of the Moon."
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
These new Q drops suck..Turn it up a notch boy's!
Same ole Same Ole talking to my Bunghole...
Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 30e575 No.1133942 📁
Apr 21 2018 14:44:08 (EST)
Anonymous ID: 03b5fb No.1133925 📁
Apr 21 2018 14:43:12 (EST)
THANKQ - we are an existential threat to the establishment.
AMERICA WILL BE UNIFIED AGAIN!
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 9b601a No.7352751 📁
Nov 11 2019 16:15:45 (EST)
America Will Be Unified Again.
Future Proves Past.
Federal Attorney General David Lametti has issued a secrecy certificate overruling a judge’s decision to release documents in the case of an Ontario man accused of attempting to spy for China.
Lametti signed the document — a first in Canada’s history —to prevent the disclosure of information related to a Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) surveillance operation on the Chinese embassy in Ottawa.
The 2015 report from the Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC) raised concerns about safeguards against insider threats, which the report describes as "any person with authorized access who causes harm, intentionally or otherwise, to the assets of the organization."
The report specifically looked at what was being done at CSIS — but would have been written roughly around the time that Ortis is alleged to have first leaked sensitive information.
SIRC has since been folded into the National Security and Intelligence Review Agency (NSIRA), a new watchdog body responsible for oversight of intelligence activities at CSIS, the Communications Security Establishment and the RCMP.
The SIRC review took place as Canada was dealing with the blowback from its Five Eyes intelligence-sharing allies (the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia) over the Delisle case. The former navy sub-lieutenant pleaded guilty back in 2012 to selling secrets about Canada and its allies to Russia after his marriage crumbled.
The report set out to examine CSIS's efforts to mitigate insider threats and looked at the access lists — records that allow CSIS to track how sensitive information is being accessed and by whom.
"SIRC found examples of a haphazard application of this process, as well as a lack of documented procedures governing the functioning and maintenance of its access lists," says the report.
The review agency also took a second look at a sample of CSIS's own internal investigations — cases running the gamut from agents misplacing classified information to suspected leaks.
The report pointed to deficiencies in the way CSIS decides when to investigate, calling those thresholds "unclear and seemingly subjective." CSIS also didn't keep proper documentation of internal investigations, said SIRC.
Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 ID: c11bfb No.7509907 📁
Dec 14 2019 22:26:45 (EST)
Month/day 'Durham' initiated?
Month/day 'Q' public campaign initiated?
How many coincidences before mathematically impossible?
It was over before it began.
WAS THE CoC FOLLOWED?