posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 06:43 PM
oschi - in German, means "big one", as in the "big one"
I've burned through all the languages in Google Translate, and am going through German-English online translation sites, and I'm not finding anything
to back up your claim yet. If true, did you spell it right? Even if you meant to spell it Oshi, that's bringing up Japanese translations (evidently
means audacity, authority, pressure, push according to one site)
And I doubt there's any conspiracy in the works. It's Russia. They're going to make an effort to look as calm & in control as possible, even if that
means running drills alongside events. And I bet the hotels and public venues are going to be bugged to high hell (think the US hockey team's trip in
the 80's, probably on tech steroids now) If you think hackers are going to be the only ones snooping through your phone/computer/tablet, I'd wager a
bet they're not. In the mean time, I also bet dollars to donuts they're going to have plenty of plain clothes out looking for dissenters and "trouble
makers" to snatch up before they can cause a commotion.
edit on 2/5/2014 by Nyiah because: (no reason given)