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#1 Soheil

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Posted 30 May 2016 - 04:00 PM

Where should Snowden go next?

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2# wosnky5
China diplomats better less speaking because their conversations would be tapped by the NSA and CIA
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Galactic Penguin SST, speaking less to evade the Washington regime's tapping is naive and ultimately nonsense. As the Washington imperialists use some 20,000 military orbital satellites to eavesdrop on the weak biological electric signal activities of neural cells, better ask the Chinese diplomats to simply stop all brain activities like zombies!

Alternately, more realistic would be to ask them to take cover in some Ultra Deep PLA military facilities below 2500 meters underground, where the Washington's regime orbital satellites' beams of particles are mostly blocked!
 

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as Edward Snowden said that the U.S. government has been spying on us to a degree that most people would have never even dared to imagine.
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Expectedly, this CIA agent is only spreading disinformations, to mislead the world's people targeted by the Washington regime. Nowhere would he admit the use of some 20,000 U.S. military orbital satellites for this kind of warfare, and that are masquerading as space junks.
Indeed, along Assange and Manning, these three CIA agents' mission is to cover the very existence of the imperialists' orbital weapons, by implying that the tapping is of conventional nature and that it is only targeting electric devices like computers, cell phones and cameras.
 

Spy Satellites Spotted 'Disguised as Space Junk'

Apr. 12 2015

Russia has discovered a group of spy satellites gathering Russian communications signals while masquerading as space junk, aerospace defense commander Major General Oleg Maidanovich said in a television report on Sunday.

The commander told the Zvezda military-themed television channel that it was common practice to disguise spy satellites as space debris defunct satellites, rocket stages and other fragments of technology sent up into space that still orbit the Earth.

Such satellites can remain inactive in orbit for years before turning on, or "waking up," Maidanovich told the channel's reporter during a tour of Russia's main center for aerospace intelligence in the Moscow region town of Krasnoznamensk.

He added that when his division finds a spy satellite, they report it to the country's leadership for a decision to be made on an international level, but there is currently no talk about destroying them.

Russia's aerospace defense forces monitor daily about 20,000 objects orbiting the planet out of about 100,000 because such objects could have a military purpose, according to the report.

http://www.themoscow...unk/518954.html


Proof, as a show of gratitude and great satisfaction, the Washington regime even went to display a statue of agent Snowden in the heart of their empire, in Brooklyn, New York City!

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Worse still, even obedient puppet states had their share of sycophancy, like occupied Germany with a pathetic tribute to their colonial master's false flagger and with the addition of 2 more notorious CIA operatives in the form of statues representing Snowden, Assange and Manning erected in the heart of the capital city of Berlins Alexanderplatz. In a nutshell the new German trinity under U.S. occupation.
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Conclusion, as China doesn't need the smoke screen of this false flagger on its soil, Snowden should go back to his failed state hellhole!
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Edited by Soheil, 02 June 2016 - 02:08 PM.

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#2 Shura

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Posted 31 May 2016 - 12:25 AM

Where should Snownden go next?

1# GalacticPenguinSST
 

GalacticPenguinSST, speaking less to evade the Washington regime's tapping is naive and ultimately nonsense. As the Washington imperialists use some 20,000 military orbital satellites to eavesdrop on the weak biological electric signal activities of neural cells, better ask the Chinese diplomats to simply stop all brain activities like zombies!

Alternately, more realistic would be to ask them to take cover in some Ultra Deep PLA military facilities below 2500 meters underground, where the Washington's regime orbital satellites' beams of particles are mostly blocked!
 

Expectedly, this CIA agent is only spreading disinformations, to mislead the world's people targeted by the Washington regime. Nowhere would he admit the use of some 20,000 U.S. military orbital satellites for this kind of warfare, and that are masquerading as space junks.
Indeed, along Assange and Manning, these three CIA agents' mission is to cover the very existence of the imperialists' orbital weapons, by implying that the tapping is of conventional nature and that it is only targeting electric devices like computers, cell phones and cameras.
 

Proof, as a show of gratitude and great satisfaction, the Washington regime even went to display a statue of agent Snowden in the heart of their empire, in Brooklyn, New York City!

lafn%20(2).gif

image-832497-breitwandaufmacher-krav-832
http://cdn4.spiegel....krav-832497.jpg

Worse still, even obedient puppet states had their share of sycophancy, like occupied Germany with a pathetic tribute to their colonial master's false flagger and with the addition of 2 more notorious CIA operatives in the form of statues representing Snowden, Assange and Manning erected in the heart of the capital city of Berlins Alexanderplatz. In a nutshell the new German trinity under U.S. occupation.
:gruble:

snowden.png
https://de.rt.com/de...cle/snowden.png

Conclusion, as China doesn't need the smoke screen of this false flagger on its soil, Snowden should go home!
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You have things rather screwed up, old fella, US government had nothing to do with Snowden statue.


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#3 Soheil

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Posted 23 June 2016 - 08:37 AM

You have things rather screwed up, Sir, the Washington regime had nothing to do with Snowden statue.
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Trying to cover up in a last-ditch attempt the existence of some 20,000 U.S. mindcontrol satellites in Earth orbit is ultimately futile.
Russia knows it too well, and will disclose to the whole world's people, after 70 years of U.S. reckless disinformation, the Washington regime's satellites true colours.

All Russia has to do is kick in the door and the whole rotten structure will crumble to the ground.

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No Secrets: Russia to Publish Catalog Disclosing US Military Satellites

09:49 22.06.2016

Russia is planning to release to public its catalog of near-Earth objects, including US military satellites, a Russian official said.

Russia will publicly release its own database of Earth orbiting satellites, Viktor Shilin, head of the Russian delegation at the 59th session of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, told the Russian newspaper Izvestia.

The Russian platform would become an analogue to the NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) catalog. It lists over 45,000 tracked objects. Every object has its five-digit number, NORAD ID.

However, in addition to tracking non-military satellites and space debris, the Russian catalog will include data which the United States Space Command does not make public.

The NORAD catalog also restricts data on defense satellites of Washingtons allies, including France, Germany, Israel, and Japan. But it lists Russian military satellites.

Moscow has proposed to merge national databases into one catalog available for every county involved in space activities. Such a platform would provide information on potentially dangerous situation in space (for satellites and objects on earth) as well as on possible dangers for rocket launches.

According to a source close to the matter, the Russian proposal was supported by China, but opposed by the US.


"The US wants to preserve its monopoly in regulating space traffic. Moreover, the US military doesnt want make data on its objects public," the source said.

"The American may not be concerned over disclosure of their military satellites information. This would happen anyway," Shilin said.

The US brought up the idea of deterrence in space last year, citing Russia and China among the possible rivals. According to the Pentagon, Moscow and China is building up their presence in space while the US is lagging behind.

Moscow has repeatedly called for the demilitarization of space.

In 2008, the Russian and Chinese governments proposed an international agreement to prevent the deployment of weapons in outer space but the US government under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama has consistently rejected launching negotiations to conclude such a treaty.

In April, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov assured that Russia will not deploy weapons in space. The ministry warned that deployment of nuclear weapons in space would provoke an uncontrollable arms race.

In late-2015, Russia submitted to the UN General Assembly a draft resolution on space demilitarization. However, the document was blocked by Washington.

http://sputniknews.c...satellites.html


22 Jun 2016

>Meanwhile, Russias own space objects database will go online at any
rate, as the country already has enough telescopes, radars and
observation stations to detect any human-made body orbiting Earth, the
report claimed.

Our network spots approximately 40 percent more [space] objects than
you can find in open American databases, Igor Molotov, senior research
fellow of the Russian Academy of Sciences, told the newspaper.

We have several times more telescopes than NORAD, he said, adding
that Russian observation stations are able of covering larger areas of
space because of better weather conditions.<

http://satobs.org/se...-2016/0093.html


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Posted 24 June 2016 - 02:10 AM

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