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35 Thomas Street – the ultra top-secret NSA headquarter located smack dab in the middle of Manhattan (meet Titanpointe)

It’s common knowledge that the commercial behemoth AT&T has surreptitiously partnered with the NSA since the Bell companies split up decades ago. How much cooperation they provided however, was not known until Edward Snowden leaked top secret government documents revealing not only extensive cooperation with secret government agencies, but a clever veil of deceit willingly provided by one of America’s most respected corporations. 33 Thomas Street In 1969, AT&T began construction of a building located at 33 Thomas Street in the lower Manhattan borough of New York City. Standing on the east side of Church Street between Thomas and Worth streets, the building was known as the Long Lines Building (and later discovered to be Titanpointe). It was architected like a typical 1970’s style phone building –

The Russian purge – who’s killing Russia’s top diplomats and is the US involved

The highly efficient work of government assassinations Some countries are especially proficient when it comes to government sponsored assassinations. Initiated for a variety of reasons, sometimes as retribution, sometimes to “set an example”, but typically because of what the target knows, assassinations come in the form of plane crashes, car crashes, gunshots, “assisted suicide”, close-and-personal beatings, even imaginative forms such as binary poisons where two doses are required and given weeks apart (the poison disintegrates and appears as a natural compound after causing a fatal heart attack in the victim). Governments are brutally efficient extinguishers of human life. And when it comes to government assassinations, nobody is more attuned to the job than Russia. Are Russian government officials being assassinated and if so, by who? An unusual number of

North Korean spy radio station inexplicably begins transmitting coded messages after two decades of silence

In the age of the Internet, radio transmissions of secret code messages have become all but extinct. After all, it’s too easy to encode secret messages on the Internet – in audio files, in forums, in backend code, even embedded in graphical images (i.e. steganography). But on Friday, July 15, 2016, a North Korean short wave radio system abruptly, and inexplicably, returned to the airwaves. News of the North Korean broadcast came as Pyongyang is angrily reacting to the planned deployment of an advanced US missile defense system in South Korea.The strange transmissions began around 12:45 PM and began with a female announcing: “From now on, I will give review work for the subject of mathematics under the curriculum of a remote education university for exploration agents