Seven “Dwarf” CIA Super mainframe computers and CIA spy satellites are down.
Compilation of posts by: Annette Scott, John White, Tony Modugno, Rabbi Kerry Owens, Nick Reeder and many other truther patriots.
7 CIA MAINFRAME SUPER-COMPUTERS DOWN – SPY SATELLITES OFFLINE
Source – HalTurnerRadioShow
1) SNOW WHITE 3 NOW OFFLINE
2) SNOW WHITE 4 NOW OFFLINE
3) SNOW WHITE 6 NOW OFFLINE
4) SNOW WHITE 7 NOW OFFLINE
5) CORONA 1 NOW OFFLINE
6) CORONA 4 NOW OFFLINE
7) CORONA 8 NOW OFFLINE
8) CORONA 16 NOW OFFLINE
SHALL WE PLAY A GAME?
9) BIG BIRD-9 NOW OFFLINE
The ninth miner cries, BIG BIRD cries.
MAKE THE GAME BIGGER!!!!
WE HAVE THE COMMS!!
The latest drops Snow White=servers Corona & big bird=satellites Looks like Q shut down black hat comms
SNOW WHITE 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ALL NOW OFFLINE
Snow White & the 7 dwarfs are the CIA supercomputers
Coronas are the CIA spy satellites
Can it be?
The seven dwarfs super computers are down (Snow White)… C… I… A… satellites out as well? Corona = see eye eh (throw some Canadian in there lol)
Thanks to a friend who said Q posted that 2018 would be glorious… We’re on Q post number 2017…. Does Q have a special post for 2018?
Six times Q said that “2018 will be glorious” I added one.
“BLIND EYES IN THE SKY
SHALL WE PLAY A GAME?
HUGE rally tonight!
GCHQ distress sent
NSA NO MORE!
Main frequency bands terminated…
Is 5 eyes getting destroyed? Have the ties been cut from GCHQ having access to the NSA?
Appears that way.
“Report on the existence of a global system for the interception of private and commercial communications (ECHELON interception system) (2001/2098(INI))”
1.6. Characteristics ascribed to the ECHELON system
The system known as �ECHELON� is an interception system which differs from other intelligence systems in that it possesses two features which make it quite unusual:
The first such feature attributed to it is the capacity to carry out quasi-total surveillance. Satellite receiver stations and spy satellites in particular are alleged to give it the ability to intercept any telephone, fax, Internet or e-mail message sent by any individual and thus to inspect its contents.
The second unusual feature of ECHELON is said to be that the system operates worldwide on the basis of cooperation proportionate to their capabilities among several states (the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand), giving it an added value in comparison to national systems: the states participating in ECHELON (UKUSA states9) can place their interception systems at each other�s disposal, share the cost and make joint use of the resulting information. This type of international cooperation is essential in particular for the worldwide interception of satellite communications, since only in this way is it possible to ensure in international communications that both sides of a dialogue can be intercepted. It is clear that, in view of its size, a satellite receiver station cannot be established on the territory of a state without that state�s knowledge. Mutual agreement and proportionate cooperation among several states in different parts of the world is essential.
Possible threats to privacy and to businesses posed by a system of the ECHELON type arise not only from the fact that is a particularly powerful monitoring system, but also that it operates in a largely legislation-free area. Systems for the interception of international communications are not usually targeted at residents of the home country. The person whose messages were intercepted would have no domestic legal protection, not being resident in the country concerned. Such a person would be completely at the mercy of the system. Parliamentary supervision would also be inadequate in this area, since the voters, who assume that interception �only� affects people abroad, would not be particularly interested in it, and elected representatives chiefly follow the interests of their voters. That being so, it is hardly surprising that the hearings held in the US Congress concerning the activities of the NSA were confined to the question of whether US citizens were affected by it, with no real concern expressed regarding the existence of such a system in itself. It thus seems all the more important to investigate this issue at European level.
Edward Snowden and related revelations
In June 2013, The Guardian newspaper, using documents leaked by former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, Edward Snowden, revealed the existence of an operation codenamed Tempora, whereby GCHQ is able to tap into data which flows along undersea cables and then store it for up to 30 days, to assess and analyse it. The article refers to a three-year trial set up at GCHQ Bude which, by mid 2011, was probing more than 200 internet connections.
A further Guardian report in December 2013 stated that eavesdropping efforts to target charities, German government buildings, the Israeli Prime Minister, and an EU commissioner centred on activities run from GCHQ Bude.
GCHQ Bude was featured extensively in the 3 September 2014 BBC Two Horizon television programme: ‘Inside the Dark Web’. This programme estimated that 25% of all internet traffic travels through Cornwall, England. Dr Joss Wright of the University of Oxford Internet Institute explained how ==mirror images== of the signals running down submarine Ethernet cables are used to gather and analyse data. The programme claimed that this procedure involves an optical tap device which is inserted at the submarine cable repeater station. A second copy of the data then travels to GCHQ, while the original carries on its intended journey. GCHQ, it was claimed, then have three days to replay the data. It was stated that everything that comes across the internet can theoretically be accessed; including emails, websites, BitTorrent downloads, films that have been watched, etc. Wright added that internal documents show that in 2011, 200 10-gigabit cables coming into Cornwall were being tapped by GCHQ. Dr Wright said that the entire digitised contents of the British Library could be transferred down that set of cables in about 40 seconds. On the same programme, Tim Berners-Lee explained how huge volumes of data are analysed by GCHQ computer programmes to identify trends of communication which are deemed to require further examination
On 20 November 2014, Channel 4 News broadcast an investigation prepared in collaboration with German broadcaster Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR). This report revealed that a leading UK communications company (Cable & Wireless, now Vodafone) cooperated with GCHQ to allow access to data, including that carried by a rival Indian telecommunications company. The broadcast detailed an operation centred on fibre-optic cables surfacing at Porthcurno beach and Sennen Cove in Cornwall, with data travelling to a nearby cable landing station at Skewjack Farm, and then onwards to GCHQ Bude.
The project was a follow-on to very successful Corona satellite program and a complement to the higher-resolution Gambit satellite.
All these programs required 315,000 feet of film to be dropped in re-entry vehicles from orbit and retrieved in mid-air by U.S. forces. Gambit and Hexagon were declassified late this year, and its engineers were profiled this week by the Associated Press.
Hexagon was known as “Big Bird” and up to 1,000 Perkin-Elmer employees worked on the program during its peak in the 1970s. Almost nothing was known about the program, except for scraps of information that leaked out to reporters. For example, in 1977, the AP reported, “At present, the United States has only one Big Bird reconnaissance satellite at a time in orbit. If the Big Bird were to be destroyed by surprise attack, it might be months before the Air Force could replace it.” It was also known by the likes of William Safire that our satellites could “read the license plates on the cars of Kremlin officials.” But what was known was mostly lore: “the American Big Bird… is said to be able to photograph from 100 miles up people walking the streets of Moscow.”
Literally the C_A’s Eyes in the Sky.
1/7 Dwarfs = General Electric
Owner = Payseur