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DETAILS EMERGING ON THE ARIZONA FALSE FLAG ATTACK ON COMMERCE AND COMMUNICATIONS

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One does not need to have insider sources to see the unmistakable patterns emerging from the false flag attack upon Arizona’s Internet covering approximately half of the state, geographically speaking. However, insider sources are beginning to emerge. But first, let’s connect some dots. After 72 hours following the attack on commerce and communications in central and northern Arizona, there are some disturbing details beginning to emerge.

Brief Review of the Facts

In Part One, it was established the Internet cables were cut, including those controlling commerce and communications in Arizona, stretching from north of Phoenix to Flagstaff. These cables were located in a remote and hard to access area. The cables were dug up and then cut with precision through a presumably encased and very thick and sophisticated aluminum alloy covering. The perpetrators made a getaway without so much as leaving tire treads or footprints leaving investigators with nothing to go on.

It is also known that the scope of the attack is much more broad and varied than first believed. Both local reports and matching insider reports are beginning to filter in. What is curious is that the BBC and Russia Today are covering this event in greater detail than the local Arizona or American media. After reading this article, the reasons for the media blackout are about to become very apparent.

Sophisticated Attack

In Part One, it was established that this false flag attack on Arizona’s communications and commerce was the work of highly sophisticated, well-trained professionals. The location of the cables that were cut is in an extremely remote and rugged area. How did the so-called “vandals” know where to find the location? Some of the cut cables were encased in highly protective and reinforced casings. Therefore, how did they cut these cables which were designed to withstand the use of a hacksaw, which now the authorities are claiming was used? Knowing which cable to dig up from three feet deep in the ground and the prerequisite highly specialized knowledge of the function of each individual cable is important because I have been told that not all cables on the scene were “vandalized”!

Since the event began, I have literally received dozens of tips. With regard to the operational details of the attack, it is not necessary to rely on unknown sources claiming to have information. Here is what else I have learned. The cables were destroyed, and the protective casings were cut through by what is believed to be a laser. There were absolutely no clues left behind. Some present and former first responders believe that there is a chance that satellite imaging could be brought into play and very possibly the crime could be solved. Please keep in mind that President Obama announced a couple of weeks ago that DHS was taking control over all intelligence information from the NSA. If DHS does not bring this capability to bear, then we know where to start looking with regard to the origination point of this false flag attack. The fact that the investigation does, on the surface, appear to be run by the Phoenix Police Department, means that the sophistication needed to solve a crime of this complex nature will not be possible given the resources of a typical police department.

There is widespread awareness within the first responder community that this was a well-orchestrated attack and it has many people freaked out. DHS is in charge of the dissemination of media releases and information and by all reports there are many people who are not on board with what is transpiring. One of the variables that has people absolutely freaked out was that if this attack had gone one step further, critical services offered at several hospitals would have failed and many would have died as backup contingencies would have been rendered inoperable in 48 hours or less. Northern Arizona was also one step away from complete traffic chaos in both Prescott and Flagstaff. The media may not be reporting on how widespread and close to lethal this attack was, but insiders are reportedly reeling from the realization of the devastation that could have been visited upon this area. One former “first responder” told me that the entire grid is exposed and there is no way to defend every inch. Such an attack would render a city into a state of absolute panic as water, electricity and normal service (e.g. hospitals, fire departments, etc.) would be rendered inoperable.

The scope of the attack is captured in this email sent to me from Prescott, Arizona, which was in the heart of the attack zone.

“The news media has been playing this whole event down, but my wife and I were right in the middle of it.

The media is reporting that Flagstaff’s 911 system remained up. That might have been true up in Coconino County, but 911 went down completely here in Yavapai County. Our 911 service went down along with every other feature of the landline telephone system. We could not even dial “0” to get an Operator.

On Wednesday 25 February 2015, northern Arizona experienced a complete and total breakdown of all Internet and landline telephone service. Most cell phones stopped working, too. Verizon customers still had service, but the cell towers got jammed up with everybody trying to make calls all at the same time. Some of them could only text. This went on for nearly an entire work day.

This event turned out to be a pretty good test of our response to the early stages of a “grid down’ situation.

I became aware of the outage at around 11:45 hours Wednesday. I was due to clock in to my work-from-home job at noon, so I noticed that the Internet was down. I immediately attempted to contact our cable Internet provider to report the outage, but my Centurylink landline telephone gave me nothing but a fast busy signal, both for local calls and for toll-free long distance calling.

The fact that both Centurylink and cable Internet were down at the same time (two entirely different service providers) raised the hair on the back of my neck..

We received reports of banks closing and even of grocery stores shutting their doors due to not being able to transact business without an Internet connection. People could not get cash out of the ATMs. That development does not bode well for our future well-being, if the grocery stores won’t even stay open long enough for the panic buying to begin.

Retail stores across the Verde Valley started closing up before nightfall.

A good friend of ours who works in law enforcement told me (after the Internet came back online) that there had been several fistfights at the gas stations in town. So, there was violence, but it was just boneheads fighting over gasoline…

This was just the Internet and phones, people! Our grid electric stayed on the whole time. Yet people began freaking out and resorting to violence in less than an hour.

We just simply cannot count on the majority of the people around us to act responsibly, or even rationally, once a *full* breakdown of society and services occurs. Those people are likely to completely lose their minds in less than 6 hours, judging from their response Wednesday to something as minor as the Internet and phones going down. I fully expect them to be even worse after 24, 48, and 72 hours.

 

This is for your approbation. Former Green Beret and present talk show host, JR Moore, once told me that he had knowledge that a Russian team of 16 soldiers, divided into two operational squads could bring down a city the size of Phoenix (four million) in less than an hour.

 

The Scope of the Attack

On the surface, the attack appears to be confined to one large swath stretching due north from Phoenix to Flagstaff. However, what is unreported in the media, but what has been reported to me is that small pockets Arizona, which were nowhere near the impacted area, also experienced service interruptions at the same time. Here are some excerpts of communications that I have received in the last 48 hours.

 

 

“This is the SECOND time in a little over a month, maybe shorter, time it has happened. I live in Payson Az, and the last time they blamed it on a squirrel! Seriously, a squirrel ate through the cables?

NO one up here believes it was an animal. The banks closed last time and no atm’s, no grocery stores, cell phones, land lines or CELL phones…now how did Verizon lose service from a fiber optic eating squirrel!! Nope, this is a beta test and scary it hits us up here, there’s not much up here guys.. 2 x times in a few weeks is bizarre.. should we be more worried than most folks are up here anyway?”

 

Please note that Payson is over 40 miles away from the impacted area.

In the southern part of metropolitan Phoenix, there was a simultaneous outage at a local high school.

From: [email protected]
Date: February 25, 2015 at 11:53:23 AM PST
To: …@yahoo.com
Subject: DV Telephone service update

Dear Desert Vista Families,

Please know that our phone lines have been working intermittently from the time that the power outage occurred this morning.  We believe we should be operable from this point on.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused

Thank you for your understanding and patience.

Kindly,

Desert Vista Administration

 

 A subsequent follow up offered an explanation as to the problem which occurred at the exact same time as the event which took down commerce and communication in central and northern Arizona.

 

February 25, 2015

11:15 a.m.

Desert Vista Parents,

The power has been restored to Desert Vista High School. SRP tells us there was an equipment failure in the Ahwatukee area and they worked all morning to fix it.

The rest of the school day, including lunch period, will continue as normal. We know this was an inconvenience and we appreciate your continued support.

 

Christine Barela

Principal

 

It is interesting and suspicious that Payson and this high school located in the Ahwatukee area, which are both well out of the impacted zone experienced simultaneous interruptions of service at the same time as the “main event”. Maybe we could buy into one coincidence, but two, at the same time?

What these two events suggest is that this false flag beta test had two goals: (1) To test the capability to enact a macro event by initiating widespread disruptions; and, (2) The employment of a micro attack upon a small and well-defined geographic area. In other words, the ability to pinpoint an attack upon a specific target was executed along with a widespread attack upon large infrastructure functions were carried out at the same time.

 More Reports From Around the Country

Yesterday, I reported on the widespread commerce and communications attack from around the country which happened at the same time. There are still more reports coming in from around the country which point to a sophisticated and well-orchestrated attack that occurred at the same time. These emails/web messages, speak for themselves as to the widespread scope of the attack.

“It sounds like the outage was felt in areas outside AZ, FL and OK:  “M” says… “My centurylink internet service was down from about 9:30 pm Wed. the 25th till around 4:00pm Thurs. the 26th . This was in the Raleigh , N.C. area.”

 

“I live in Panama City Beach, Fl. & tried to use my ATM at 6:10pm yesterday (11/25) and it said “Not Available”……didn’t think anything about it, but WOW !!! Now I do. Time to consider taking all funds out of the bank and go a different route.”

 

“Lots of military helicopter activity in Phoenix, Flagstaff and Kingman/Bullhead City area over the last 48 hours. None of the local news sources reporting on this or the fact that the outage was more widespread.”

 Conclusion

It is clear that this sophisticated false flag beta test attack upon commerce and the communications was a site-selected nationwide test. The ability to wipe out commerce and communications in both a macro and a micro attack upon a selected portion of the grid, was put to the test.

The media blackout is stunning. The silent opposition to these events by insiders, powerless to act, is noteworthy. The danger posed to all of us if these attacks are escalated to include the entire grid are frightening.

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  1. A February 28, 2015 at 6:30 am

    Please use a darker black for your font color; it would make your text much easier to read. This has been my third request. Appreciate you and your site!

  2. alieninthevoid February 28, 2015 at 6:53 am

    Last night on groundzero with Clyde Lewis a very knowledgeable engineer called in and explained that cutting a cable could not have done this. That is not the way the Internet is designed. Within 50milliseconds the signals would have been re-routed. This could only have been a very sophisticated inside attack using software. The fact that it occurred in numerous places simultaneously speaks volumes to that point.

  3. sflaharty February 28, 2015 at 6:57 am

    Feb 19-20 we lost some internet services. We could not access facebook, major weather sites and the major news sites. Our internet provider was at a loss for an explanation. We live in a rural area west of Columbus Ohio. No cable out here so we have to rely on wireless.

  4. Mike February 28, 2015 at 7:16 am

    This has all of the markings of sabotage and not surprising!

    M.

  5. shadow February 28, 2015 at 7:24 am

    this is the reason my brother and I got our ham radio license.ive talked all over the country on my mobile unit.even to Columbia central America.ive talked to many people about getting into ham radios and I got the same answer that I did talking about prepping for emergencys. a blank stare…most people just don’t understand how much danger we as a nation are in.

  6. iwitness02 February 28, 2015 at 7:32 am

    Waiting on the splatter to hit our doorsteps. Sounds like TSHTF already. Of course they are saving the best for last. The best is our worst. Perception is reality. We are clearly working with more than one reality. Rulers and the ruled each having their own unique realities. Each has strengths and weaknesses. The two realities are reaching critical mass. And this is just what we can see on the surface. Let alone the Spiritual side of things that our natural sight is not privy to. Colossal, Epic, Biblical, Now, all come to mind. One reality closes out, and a new reality opens up. Eventually their will be one universal reality. The only question is; whose? We all have our own ideas on that. Very interesting…….very real, very now, very everybody. Whether everybody knows it or not.

  7. piner February 28, 2015 at 7:32 am

    Was this also a less than subtle message sent to congress for defunding the homeland tyranny dept or was that part of the set up? The creeps behind this always have multi level goals. Exposing this to the most people will buy more time.

  8. Linda February 28, 2015 at 7:35 am

    Our internet in rural western Virginia went down overnight Wednesday evening into Thursday morning. It was a strange outage as my DSL connection indicated everything was working. Our ISP is mgwnet.

  9. shadow February 28, 2015 at 7:40 am

    anyone who is awake and prepping should have their ham radio license..ive talked all over the country on mine and its not effected by Obama goons cutting wires in the desert.

  10. Phil February 28, 2015 at 7:42 am

    Looks like a live kill switch test. The internet was designed by DARPA to route around line breakages to provide uninterrupted communications for the military.

  11. GrandDaddy February 28, 2015 at 7:53 am

    I live in Cornville, AZ, between Sedona and Cottonwood in the Verde Valley. I work in Uptown Sedona. I was off the day of the outage and my cable internet, phone and TV went out at about 11:45 and stayed out until after 9 PM. After a while, I turned on my scanner to see if any of the ham guys were talking about the outage, which, I assumed, was restricted to Cable One service. Over the last couple of months, they had been “upgrading” their system and we had numerous outages of several hours, so at first I was not alarmed. The ham guys were listing all the companies affected and some of the theories, with one being right about the cut cables. Moral of the story- though the information was incomplete, I knew soon we had some sort of attack underway and I responded appropriately, battening down hatches and securing the perimeter. EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT A HAM OPERATOR, YOU SHOULD HAVE A SCANNER. Preferably, one that runs on ac or dc current. When I tried to get information off the local AM station or the local FM stations, all I got was the Mamas and the Papas singing Monday Monday. I felt better knowing the pantry was stocked, the water jugs full, and the magazines loaded. But I still prayed to Jesus for protection. On a final side note, ONE hotel in Uptown had wifi active, our store somehow glommed onto their service, and did not shut down. Everyone else was cash only for the day and when tourists could not communicate, they got very spooked.

  12. dimarco February 28, 2015 at 8:16 am

    Definitely a Beta Test towards electric/internet disability by someon in the know of equipment locatons and skills to disrupt.
    As for the beta test of population response, I think pehaps a second test in a more metropolitan area would reveal responses to expect when scaled up ….and see what people will do with no access to debit/credit…ATM cash….or other services/porducts that rely on internet access to work. Even having csh may not be useful if the business cannot process transactions (grocery store) without connecting to the internet.

    There would be food right in front of you or gas available…but the “Intenrnet System” would prevent the buyer from purchase, even with cash…

    The main thing this reveals is HOW TH CONVENIENCE of CREDIT/DEBIT cards reliant on the INTERNET is a VULNERABILITY in our economic way of life…and NOT a Convenience.

  13. Ideas Time February 28, 2015 at 8:20 am

    I would think that if the photo provided is proof of anything is to be naive.

    The photo is clearly staged with the guy face down holding a cell phone in one hand and something else in the other. I bet he does not even have cell service in this so called remote area!.

    This is an old excavation site and definitely not fresh. I also noticed the other picture provided by the msm is now removed which clearly showed a washed out site different size conduit and color has been removed as further evidence of the event.

    This false flag is clearly designed to con the masses into the need for more security by the corporate gv.

    I would not be surprised to learn learn that they simply flipped a switch. I don’t think fiber optic cable can be fixed quickly in any case. We are all being scammed again!

  14. tired of this February 28, 2015 at 8:37 am

    I thought I would share this. Cox Communications has been partially down for about 14 hours now. I rarely use e-mail but was expecting a message from a friend. I checked last night and again this morning but e-mail as well as many links on their site will bring up an error message and state you can’t go to that page right now.

    I found it most interesting this is on the heels of “net neutrality” passing and that there have been a number of outages around the country and especially what has been going on in Arizona.

  15. cyber sleuth February 28, 2015 at 8:44 am

    Dave,

    This is a disturbing story, one I fear may bode more ill than is currently in scope. I believe the ‘cut cable’ footage and narrative are more for misdirection than actually presenting the true primary cause of the outage, not that a main line being thus severed wouldn’t cause problems for a sizable area. Especially now that we know much more than AZ was affected, this probably involved—was a test of—internet kill-switch technologies. I would be most curious to learn a couple of things. One is whether internet users in the affected areas who have backup generators and get their internet via satellite lost access (?). Also, if Verizon was not affected, we need to know whether the reason for that was technological or political.

    cs

  16. Karl February 28, 2015 at 8:53 am

    Good reporting, as usual, Dave. I had iPhone Yahoo! e-mail disruption during that time in the DFW area. I don’t know if it is connected. It was available on the laptop but my phone email was out.

    Question: Is this really what you would call a “False Flag”?

  17. messenger February 28, 2015 at 8:57 am

    It seems that to get anyone to listen to anything of importance then the person speaking has to preempt their name with insider, former Green Beret, former CIA, or whatever alphabet jargon it takes to stroke their ego and to tantalize the ears of the listener. Well, here’s something a little different. I’m a former nothing, current nothing, and future nothing. I have never done anything above the level of monkey see, monkey do, except to work myself into an early grave, feeding and educating a family, while paying taxes to support the freeloaders of the alphabet jargon jungle listed above. Yet, nearly two years ago, here in my little home town this little nothing started digging a small underground storm shelter just 4’x8′ and 12′ deep with three feet of dirt on top. Dug it all with a shovel, finished the inside with treated lumber, put 6x6s on the roof, and did all the work myself. But, wouldn’t you know it, on the third day of digging there’s a State of Texas helicopter flying back and forth and at times almost hovering over my little mundane project as if it were a renegade icbm silo. This went on for three days. The helicopter didn’t stay long, but it was long enough each time for them to get pictures and now I’m probably on some terrorist list somewhere when all I was doing was protecting myself from tornadoes. In fact I made the decision to build the underground shelter after seeing the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma. Moral of the story: Be it the net, the grid, the grocery chain, or just some peon digging in his backyard, neither you nor I will do anything that will not be monitored by the government. It’s a way of life now and no matter how much it bothers us we might as well learn to live with it because it is not going away. Why, because government employees are desperate to justify their existence. Therefore they are willing to go to any length, believing any lie told to them by their superiors. This is nothing less than an unprovoked, unwarranted, undeclared war, but nonetheless a total war of annihilation, between the nonproducing, heavily armed, overpaid government employees and the exorbitantly tax burdened home and business owners. A good case in point is that there are now well over 17,000 federal employees whose salary tops $200,000.00 a year. Average pay package for the rest of the millions of government minions is over $122,000.00 annually which is far more than double that of their civilian counterpart. This war bodes no good in any quadrant for the general population. We are being systemically financially destroyed and once the fruits of our labor, our paychecks, are taken, then the only thing left is us. Example given: YOU.

  18. BenjaminScout February 28, 2015 at 9:08 am

    Clearly a coordinated attack. Stay watchful for similar events across the country.

  19. lynda February 28, 2015 at 9:52 am

    in chino valley az I’ve noticed a group of 7 apache military choppers last week or so. might have been 2 weeks ago.
    also i’ve noticed the same big apache military chopper flying over every day the last 2 weeks. literally every day.

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  21. Ol' Grey Ghost February 28, 2015 at 10:43 am

    This all reminds of an episode of the old “Twilight Zone” television series. The only thing off in that episode was that is was E.T.’s who were doing the experimenting. W humans don’t need no stinkin’ E.T. to really screw things up for years to come…

  22. Sacredpeaks February 28, 2015 at 10:55 am

    @Cyber Sleuth, We have Dish/Hughes Satellite and Page Plus cellular services and they were not affected in Flag.

  23. Capt.Spaulding February 28, 2015 at 11:27 am

    Let me state that I am not a troll.
    Now that being said you guy,s saying get a ham radio should really think about it,they are great in a natural disater situation.
    But in a marshal law , military situation,etc they are very dangerous for you.
    I am an general class operator so my next statement is very important for you to remember.
    Do not for one minute belive they cannot find you all they have to do is triangulate on your transmissions and you are found.
    Do I need to say anymore?

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  25. Watchman February 28, 2015 at 11:32 am

    I live near Austin TX. In the early morning hour, about 1 am on February 28th, my Internet access from T-Mobile and Suddenlink went down at the exact same time. They were down for at least a half hour before I gave up and went to bed. I wonder what else they have planned in the coming days.

  26. NearToTown February 28, 2015 at 11:49 am

    I was in Prescott sliding a customer’s Visa card through the charge card machine shortly before noon, when the machine failed to connect to the Internet and then it also failed to connect on the dial-up backup.

    So I picked up the telephone and could still hear a dial tone on our old fashioned telephone from CenturyLink. Then, I tried dialing the other telephone from my cell phone, but I did not ring. But, I soon discovered that I was still able to talk to other nearby coworkers on their nearby Verizon cell phones.

    I also later noticed, that one nearby CenturyLink telephone to another nearby CenturyLink telephone was still working, but not Verizon cell phone to CenturyLink phone.

    Then I drove over to the bank to make a deposit, but they said their computers, Internet and telephones were all down. Nearly all of the the banks soon locked their doors for security reasons, with 911 service not being available.

    I switched on my 2-meter amateur radio, to see if I could find any local hams talking about what was happening. On the frequency for the Mt. Union repeater, which is at the highest point in the Bradshaw Mountains between Prescott and Phoenix, I only caught the tail end of of a conversation about the outages. Then I switched over to one of the repeaters on Mingus mountain which is up high between Prescott, Cottonwood, Verde Valley, Sedona, and Chino Valley. One of the hams was saying that a fiber optic cable north of Phoenix in the New River area had been cut.

    About 6 hours later, just after the telephone started working again, I received a reverse 911 call saying that if I need to call 911, I might need to try calling several times before getting through. Good thing that I did not need their help during the previous 6 hours.

  27. Nickname February 28, 2015 at 12:14 pm

    This is why you have alternate “method replacement” training.
    All cities and infrastructure should have this training. Police, fire, business, etc.
    NONE have this training and it is only rudimentary type if they do.
    Citizens must also practice this method! It is CRUCIAL to the survival of this NATION!
    An EMP or CME is coming!!!

  28. jonathan February 28, 2015 at 12:16 pm

    More info at this link,post #11—(http://www.reactorbreach.com/showthread.php?tid=4597)

  29. Pep February 28, 2015 at 12:19 pm

    All the ham radio people should pay heed to the new MITRE Corp deal because they hold the ace up the sleeve for disabling that. http://goingglobaleastmeetswest.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/arrl-warns-experimental-licensee-to.html

  30. B000000000000 February 28, 2015 at 12:24 pm

    Interesting the senate debating funding for the octpus agency! Threat maybe????????????????????????????

  31. sneezy67 February 28, 2015 at 12:34 pm

    Stuxnet??

  32. jonatha February 28, 2015 at 12:35 pm

    @ Capt.Spaulding :Very good comment!One little update.With this black ops technology,triangulation is so bass ackwards.You are found if over one second(maybe less) of transmission time.Burst transmission is the way.If you are going to get a ham license,don’t fergit your weapons.Same principal.Lawful people don’t need a license.Also,shield your ignition systems.They are a radio beacon along with most current LED/electronics.

  33. messenger February 28, 2015 at 12:40 pm

    Capt. Spaulding, thank you for the info on triangulation because we were going to order ham radios today, but not now after what you have told us. We don’t need to be tracked after teotwawki. Thanks again.

  34. Saywhat February 28, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    CenturyLink internet in Farmington NM was also out Feb 25, restored Feb 26.

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  36. Callengreen February 28, 2015 at 1:08 pm

    Ok….here’s the reasons I find it fishy.
    I started out in USMC radio communications back in ’81 so I understand the tactical advantages of deprivation of comm abilities. Later in life, I was a telecom engineer for 10 years doing commercial building entry engineering, construction management, fiber optic cable emergency restoration, maintenance of optical carrier equipment and related power systems. Two things stand out glaringly here.
    First, that cut made by “vandals” should have immediately engaged the redundancy (alt. data path) built into any communication network. For it to have not, either means it wasn’t built in (it’s always required) or there was serious equipment/software issues preventing it from doing so. The equipment and software is constantly monitored (remotely) and updated (often onsite at the regeneration facilities) to insure reliability and functionality through built in redundancy of the network. This is true as well for the optical carrier equipment. Extra cards are installed at all facilities as standbys in the event of faliure Some one either wasn’t doing the maintenance of the equipment (unlikely) or redundancy was not built in (even more unlikely) Someone would have had to disable the carrier equipment at a central hub for it not to set off alarms. Who knows, maybe it did fail at a regeneration point (very unlikely) Knowledgeable source in the media are hard to come by.
    The second thing is, if it were vandals, as has been stated before, evidence of their presence would have been left at the scene. Even in a remote locale, there would have been a high likelihood of personnel mobilizing either in the field, or at a hub or regen point the moment even one cable or piece of equipment began to be compromised.

  37. Callen February 28, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    I started out in USMC radio communications back in ’81 so I understand the tactical advantages of deprivation of comm abilities. Later in life, I was a telecom engineer for 10 years doing commercial building entry engineering, construction management, fiber optic cable emergency restoration, maintenance of optical carrier equipment and related power systems. Two things stand out glaringly here.
    First, that cut made by “vandals” should have immediately engaged the redundancy (alt. data path) built into any communication network. For it to have not, either means it wasn’t built in (it’s always required) or there was serious equipment/software issues preventing it from doing so. The equipment and software is constantly monitored (remotely) and updated (often onsite at the regeneration facilities) to insure reliability and functionality through built in redundancy of the network. This is true as well for the optical carrier equipment. Extra cards are installed at all facilities as standbys in the event of faliure Some one either wasn’t doing the maintenance of the equipment (unlikely) or redundancy was not built in (even more unlikely) Someone would have had to disable the carrier equipment at a central hub for it not to set off alarms. Who knows, maybe it did fail at a regeneration point (very unlikely) Knowledgeable source in the media are hard to come by.
    The second thing is, if it were vandals, as has been stated before, evidence of their presence would have been left at the scene. Even in a remote locale, there would have been a high likelihood of personnel mobilizing either in the field, or at a hub or regen point the moment even one cable or piece of equipment began to be compromised.

  38. william February 28, 2015 at 1:18 pm

    Remember those undersea, international cables cut several years ago ….. done as distraction as NSA installed it’s “TAPS” …………………

  39. […] DETAILS EMERGING – One does not need to have insider sources to see the unmistakable patterns emerging from the false flag attack upon Arizona’s Internet covering approximately half of the state, geographically speaking. However, insider sources are beginning to emerge. But first, let’s connect some dots. After 72 hours following the attack on commerce and communications in central and northern Arizona, there are some disturbing details beginning to emerge. Read Full Article […]

  40. JJ February 28, 2015 at 2:07 pm

    alieninthevoid–now, having backup makes perfect sense.

  41. Arizona February 28, 2015 at 4:14 pm

    America is going down,THEY won’t listen and are still worshipping SATAN,TWO YEARS ago,I was watching an ALEX JONES show,MY screen went black,THEN a program from CENTURY LINK,came on the screen,and my computer was stripped clean of all memory,IT took the computer shop TWO WEEKS to fix it,THEY told me some one wipped my computer clean,SO I called century link and got a tech on the line,HE SAID IT COULDN’T be, they had dropped the program to do this 2 years ago,and it shouldn’t have happened,BUT IT DID,they weren’t willing to pay for the damage even though they admitted they did it,NOW for more recent news,THE Isabel power company who controls all power here in my area,ARE UP TO SOMETHING,my friend A LINEMAN with that same company,SAID they are getting rid of the power plant operators,and using SENIOR STAFF to run the power plants,he said I don’t understand what their up to,we are showing the biggest profits ever,and theres no reason to lay these guys off…SO IF IT AIN’T MONEY “WHAT ARE THEY UP TO”,you got it,theres a plan to shut down the entire system in the making,SOON too, I would expect…..I”ve TOLD you guys “LISTEN TO THE LORDS PROPHETS” they are warning WAR is coming when the BIG asteroid hits,and I don’t see a single news site warning about it either……….

  42. B. February 28, 2015 at 6:30 pm

    Diddo on the font color please. excellent read

  43. SouthernAZ February 28, 2015 at 7:06 pm

    Lots of larger towns in AZ do not have fiber or copper path redundancy. Not saying this wasn’t more than what’s being officially reported, but when fiber to the boonies gets cut, we’re SOL.

  44. laura February 28, 2015 at 7:22 pm

    Internet down here in northern Michigan Wednesday evening until Thursday afternoon. I actually liked it though, no noise. 🙂

  45. Tea For One February 28, 2015 at 8:10 pm

    I too am a ham. The gubmint and mitary have equipment that can pinpoint you quickly IF u transmit on your radio. However, they cannot if you simply use it to LISTEN.

    T41

  46. Truthseeker February 28, 2015 at 11:10 pm

    I’ve been employed in the telecom industry at several levels for 15 years. On the surface this appears to be a strawman. What stands out to me in the photos are the rocks which appear to be in a washed out area. Not usually typical of a trenched in conduit but it is possible. These conduits are usually several feet deep and are marked on the surface every so many feet. A locating wire is usually run inside the conduit for the purpose of locating the conduit with electronic equipment in the event the structure needed to be excavated. If this conduit was in fact in a washed out area the conduit could have been exposed making for an easy attack, however, redundancy is normally built in to fiber backbones in the event of a fiber cut which leads one to suspect that the real attack took place at a more strategic location like a central office hub. This does have the hallmarks of a false flag attack with precise timing. I must also say that the telecom industry has been attacked heavily over the past few years with regard to copper vandalism due to the price of scrap copper. The vandals will climb poles and cut the copper cables out of the aerial plant, cut the cables up, take them to a remote location, strip the sheathing from the cable, then heat the remaining copper to separate it from the poly insulation and take it to a local salvage yard as raw copper. I’ve visited several of these yards on investigations and verified the process the thieves use. Some of these thieves mistake aerial fiber optic cable for copper and cut the cables down to find out that it wasn’t what they were looking for and leave the cables laying on the ground. We’ve also had thieves open up underground vaults, cut the cables, tie them on to their vehicle and pull a complete span from underground duct structures. Many have been caught and prosecuted.

  47. RLMER March 1, 2015 at 5:36 am

    In Colorado Springs, my Comcast internet service was not working one morning in the time frame under discussion. The Comcast company sent a “signal” the get it up. The area involved in this service interruption becomes wider as more reports are revealed. I wonder if service could be interrupted, ten restarted overnight without people noticing if they have the service providers modem. I have only internet from comcast and use my own model of modem, not the service provider equipment.

  48. Cumberland March 1, 2015 at 5:48 am

    Thank you very much for all your hard and courageous work in keeping us informed. And I wholeheartedly agree that a darker font would be easier on my old eyes.

  49. Steve Rodgers March 1, 2015 at 7:19 am

    It’s clear that they are testing the various information lines for the upcoming Civil Disorder that is heading our way. The Military/ DHS/HLSecurity//NSA/FEMA have already signed contracts with the Russians-UN-China to HELP quell civil unrest WHEN it happens, The Baltic Dry Index has dropped 90% and the western ports are all closed. The NAFTA Superhighway will be used as the military corridor for the 15 country militaries to pour in, (Alex Jones & Dr. Jim Garrow) The US State Dept. gave 7 Alaskan Islands to Russia 2011 and now are surprised to find Russian sorties flying over Alaskan airspace? Wake up!

  50. zaney March 1, 2015 at 8:22 am

    Lost Internet (CenturyLink )
    Verizon 4G worked but super slow

    Apaches where flying around sedona couple weeks ago..guess they are up there a lot…

  51. marcieb March 1, 2015 at 8:50 am

    I live in Flagstaff. I have SuddenLink and my internet and landline were not affected.

  52. roger March 1, 2015 at 8:59 am

    @messenger – you’re correct that the surveillance is inescapable, but for digging a hole that small, a neighbor or someone would have had to tip them off. Watch not just the skies, but also your back…

  53. Montana blogger March 1, 2015 at 9:28 am

    Hey Shadow, you are right about ham radio. When everything else doesn’t work we hams will be up and running. What is your callsign? Mine is KC7MEZ. If you put a dot com behind my callsign you will see my station. It’s designed with just this kind of thing in mind. I am a member of Oathkeepers and AmRRon which both have communications for emergencies in mind, and big participation in networks. Go to amrron dot com to get hooked up with people in your area. Welcome to the fight for freedom.

  54. jbeny March 1, 2015 at 11:17 am

    FYI ….. Ham Radios are only tracked IF and When you Transmit. Then again so with Cell Phones…..And “Flash Lights.

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  58. messenger March 1, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    Roger: You’re correct on watching our backs…point well taken…thanks and good luck out there

  59. Tom March 2, 2015 at 2:50 am

    This is the message I received from someone in AZ, sounds a little different?
    “The article I read in the local Phoenix newspaper played this story a little differently than this blogger. Point one: the ditch tracks in the desert floor can easily be followed by anyone wanting to dig up the cable ;it’s no secrete where its buried Point two: the cable is covered by a waterproof wrapping that is quite flexible and easily cut thru. Point three: after the “vandals” cut thru the cable at 4AM in the morning a crew found the location and made the repairs within a few hours. The cable is owned by e- century cable co. and it was stated that no major disruption of services is expected following the incident. No deaths as a result of 911 calls being shut down were noted. I think this blogger is trying to make his subscribers think he has access to info that only he seems to have. I therefore don’t believe Putin was secretly behind this conspiracy to shut down all the traffic lights in America.”

  60. sleepygramy March 2, 2015 at 5:51 am

    I feel like a duck in a pond and all the reeds are rustling. They’re trying to “Take Us Out People”! are economy shipped out, our defenses depleted, without firing a shot they have managed to emasculate our country and we are running on thieving, lying fumes. Load up on what you can and pray, pray for our families and loved ones. :[

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  62. brandi March 2, 2015 at 5:55 am

    Why when I delve into research on topics that coincede with the destruction of america, I always find israel, jews, mossand in the thick of it?

    EDITOR’S NOTE: …AND GENTILES, PRETEND CHRISTIANS, ATHIESTS, ITALIANS, RUSSIANS, AMERICANS, BLACKS, WHITES, CHINESE, ETC.

  63. brandi March 2, 2015 at 5:57 am

    Domestic terrorism = government sponsored terror initiated by jews

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  65. Rick Langley March 2, 2015 at 1:40 pm

    DAUGHTERS OF THE LAMB: 2015 MESSAGES

    URGENT MESSAGE

    02/25/2015 Wednesday @ Marian Shrine, KY 9:07am

    Daniel 5:25-28

    MENE, MENE, TEKEL, PERES

    This is what these words mean:

    MENE: God has numbered the days of your kingdom and put an end to it;

    TEKEL: You have been weighed on the scales and found wanting;

    PERES: Your kingdom has been divided and given to the Medes and Persians.

    Today children the cross has been given – each cross given is another step to accepting Christ. You must understand that I Jesus Christ am with you, you who have accepted Me as your Redeemer will live with Me for all eternity and you have been given your cross to walk with Me to Calvary. I am here as a witness to you that just as I laid down My life so shall you. You have been given the grace to embrace your cross and so was I.

    Now children you can see the work of satan alive in your world as ISIS – Is Satan In Sin, for you will remember this when they approach your shores and this My children I have allowed because of your sins – remember this. And so now children you who have chosen sin over redemption will suffer greatly and My children who have accepted Me as their Savior who have picked up their cross will bear a heavy one, but will be given much grace to overcome their trails and sufferings.

    Take a look around you for you have seen this happen in other countries and now you will see this happen here in America. My children you will witness this first hand, for man cannot survive without God- and YES this means total abandonment to God. I am waiting for this children, your abandonment to Me, for this is My final plea to My children who have fallen into the world of sin.

    MAN CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT GOD AND MAN CANNOT SURVIVE THE COMING DAYS AND MONTHS WITHOUT MY GRACE. SO PREPARE CHILDREN YOU ARE ABOUT TO SEE TERROR ON A WHOLE NEW LEVEL THAT YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN BEFORE. PRAY, FAST AND REPENT.

    JESUS YOUR CRUCIFIED KING ………†

    Mother Mary: My daughter prepare to post this message for the Daughters of the Lamb. Do not worry of the magnitude that it will effect – for this is truth and Jesus is truth. Be prepared for the battle against satan and the redemption for souls. I will help you as you will lead these children to Me and I will bring them home. Your mission is to pray for souls and this has been written in Our Hearts in Heaven. All will be accomplished for the Greater Glory of God. FIAT My daughter – I say to you FIAT!

    Mother of Mercy …………†

    http://www.daughtersofthelamb.com/#!daughtersofthelamb2014/c4ij

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  67. jonathan March 2, 2015 at 2:07 pm

    If you’re going to use ham radio start at the following link.More research will get you where you need to go(http://www.soundcardpacket.org/8process.htm).

  68. abinico March 2, 2015 at 3:31 pm

    Unless a cable is encased in some 3 ft of reinforced concrete, it is easy to cut. Portable power tools are readily available and carbide cutters will slice thru anything.

  69. Terry March 2, 2015 at 4:02 pm

    Tom, I live here. More truth to the blogger’s story than other sources.

  70. […] One does not need to have insider sources to see the unmistakable patterns emerging from the false flag attack upon Arizona’s Internet covering approximately half of the state, geographically speaking. However, insider sources are beginning to emerge. But first, let’s connect some dots. After 72 hours following the attack on commerce and communications in central and northern Arizona, there are some disturbing details beginning to emerge. Brief Review of the Facts vandals arizona map In Part One, it was established the Internet cables were cut, including those controlling commerce and communications in Arizona, stretching from north of Phoenix to Flagstaff. These cables were located in a remote and hard to access area. The cables were dug up and then cut with precision through a presumably encased and very thick and sophisticated aluminum alloy covering. The perpetrators made a getaway without so much as leaving tire treads or footprints leaving investigators with nothing to go on. It is also known that the scope of the attack is much more broad and varied than first believed. Both local reports and matching insider reports are beginning to filter in. What is curious is that the BBC and Russia Today are covering this event in greater detail than the local Arizona or American media. After reading this article, the reasons for the media blackout are about to become very apparent. Sophisticated Attack This was a very sophisticated operation in which these remotely located cables, in rough terrain were located and cut with precision. The getaway was effected without so much as leaving a clue and we are supposed to believe this was the work of “vandals. This was a very sophisticated operation in which these remotely located cables, in rough terrain were located and cut with precision. The getaway was effected without so much as leaving a clue and we are supposed to believe this was the work of “vandals”. In Part One, it was established that this false flag attack on Arizona’s communications and commerce was the work of highly sophisticated, well-trained professionals. The location of the cables that were cut is in an extremely remote and rugged area. How did the so-called “vandals” know where to find the location? Some of the cut cables were encased in highly protective and reinforced casings. Therefore, how did they cut these cables which were designed to withstand the use of a hacksaw, which now the authorities are claiming was used? Knowing which cable to dig up from three feet deep in the ground and the prerequisite highly specialized knowledge of the function of each individual cable is important because I have been told that not all cables on the scene were “vandalized”! Since the event began, I have literally received dozens of tips. With regard to the operational details of the attack, it is not necessary to rely on unknown sources claiming to have information. Here is what else I have learned. The cables were destroyed, and the protective casings were cut through by what is believed to be a laser. There were absolutely no clues left behind. Some present and former first responders believe that there is a chance that satellite imaging could be brought into play and very possibly the crime could be solved. Please keep in mind that President Obama announced a couple of weeks ago that DHS was taking control over all intelligence information from the NSA. If DHS does not bring this capability to bear, then we know where to start looking with regard to the origination point of this false flag attack. The fact that the investigation does, on the surface, appear to be run by the Phoenix Police Department, means that the sophistication needed to solve a crime of this complex nature will not be possible given the resources of a typical police department. There is widespread awareness within the first responder community that this was a well-orchestrated attack and it has many people freaked out. DHS is in charge of the dissemination of media releases and information and by all reports there are many people who are not on board with what is transpiring. lots more.. https://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2015/02/28/details-emerging-arizona-false-flag-attack-commerce-com… […]

  71. Fu Tom March 2, 2015 at 11:59 pm

    It’s obvious “Tom” is CIA Illumnati Govt Troll Scum.

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