2/26/2012

Hackers pose Assassination threat to President


Hackers pose Assassination threat to President.

In todays world of advanced technology, military weapons, and raging anti-government hate that spreads freely like the bubonic plague. Hackers have already infiltrated secure government facilities including the CIA. most recently intelligence.gov was taken off line on Saturday night as most people on the eastern united states were laying down for bed.

As technologically advanced military weapons continue to be utilized for the protection of the US, Hackers have shown the bold ability to crack into the secure communications that control everything from Drone Attacks to HAARP.

There is a looming risk to even the United States President Obama by the HAARP facility located in Alaska. The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is an ionospheric research program funded by the U.S Navy, U.S Air Force, and even DARPA.

Hackers have made many attempts to gain control of this equipment and aim it at political figures like the United States President, (we have chat logs from anonops to prove the attempts were made) if access is granted, they could direct the beam of this array over the white house, and quite literally cook the President while he sleeps. effects of this type of bombardment would include headaches, dizziness, confusion, and even insanity. extended exposure could even result in death.

It should be the top priority of all Government Agencies to work together, and crush the Anonymous Hacker movement before they start to assassinate members of Government and Military to advance their political agendas.

Most would consider #WeatherModification a conspiracy theory. Hopefully this clears things up.

Notice the state websites acknowledging Weather Modification.
   
Now here is where the "conspiracy theory" may come into play, we don't know. There is a lack of information on HAARP but if you look up Tesla and the CBC HAARP story it should shed more light on what may really be going on.

http://www.haarp.alaska.edu

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