Just a Silly Story 01

Story time, folks! Hey, it might even be partly true, for all I know. I’m retelling the story I got from someone else. It’s almost like a dime-store spy comic book.

Remember Edward Snowden? He worked for the CIA first. He was a globalist. Then he eventually quit and and went to work for a contractor, which in turn sent him to the NSA. Except, he was still a globalist and still working for the CIA undercover. Keep in mind that the NSA is generally friendly with the military and imperialists, and more or less unfriendly with the CIA and globalists.

Now, the NSA is a specialist agency commissioned to snoop on communications. Snowden’s leaks revealed what kind of snooping they could do. While many rejoiced at the leaks, the real intent was to make sure his fellow globalists in government knew how to avoid the eavesdropping of the NSA.

So enter Google, which was born from CIA money. Apparently the executives at Google are still very loyal globalists. They placed some of their servers in North Korea, and then shielded them with their own highest internal security clearances. Next, they invited their globalist allies in government (Obama Administration officials) to grab some accounts on that server. They were shared accounts. The idea was to let one user type up a message and leave it in the “Drafts” folder. Then another user could log in and read the message, respond, delete, etc. As long as nothing ever got sent, the NSA weren’t supposed to be able to snoop on it.

Some of the messages had to do with globalist officials colluding to keep track of things like ICE raids that were scheduled in advance. Also the movements of the Border Patrol. That way they could then make sure their minions in the child trafficking business could know when and where to cross our southern border to bring in fresh meat for the filthy appetites of the globalist community.

But that was just a sample. All their nefarious plotting was carried out on this Google mail server in North Korea, including assassinations. Do you suppose that might have something to do with their desperate desire to go to war with North Korea, once our current president took office? If POTUS becomes friends with North Korea, he might get easier access to that server.

Oops; it looks like he did. Do you reckon he might be collecting this evidence so he can put some of his opponents in jail? Tune in next time; we’ll see if any of this connects with the facts. I can’t predict when the next episode will appear, but I can assure you this is not the end.

Color me skeptical, but it was just too entertaining to keep from you.

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Just got word late last night that WordPress shut down the blog of a right-wing commentator for “violating terms of service.” This is the first I’ve heard of WordPress doing something like that. I hope it doesn’t signal the start of a trend on this platform, as plenty of big tech outfits are globalist allies. The current campaign to silence anyone who opposes the globalist agenda could affect us on this blog, even though we belong to neither side in this conflict.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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6 Responses to Just a Silly Story 01

  1. Jay DiNitto says:

    I like stories!

    Which blogger was it? I’m kinda searching around now.

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  2. Ed Hurst says:

    Fellowship of the Minds, run by someone called Dr. Eowyn. He’s far tamer than the likes of Alex Jones. Eowyn has switched to another preexisting WordPress blog, but is casting about for another host. I note his was a free blog, so that could have something to do with how this turned out.

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  3. Jay DiNitto says:

    Never heard of it, honestly. It’s not surprising. TOS are mostly used to execute vendettas. Just about everone violates themn but “proceedings” occur when something as petty as one guy in power has a problem with someone else. Same with “codes of conduct”.

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  4. Ed Hurst says:

    Quite so, Jay. I’m no fan of Dr. Eowyn, but I tend to believe it was a vendetta from someone connected to the noise around Sandy Hook school. That event has generated some of the harshest behind-the-scenes reprisals I’ve ever seen.

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  5. Jay DiNitto says:

    What did Eowin say about Sandy Hook?

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  6. Ed Hurst says:

    Can’t say for sure since I haven’t visited the site in a long time, but I suppose he/she takes the stance that it was a big PsyOp, a fictional event using crisis actors, etc.

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