Entry Submitted Anonymously at 3:55 PM EDT on October 6, 2016
While reading the post about "The Cabal Took The Bait", some dark facts
about how the banks and internet are directly related came back to me.
I was working on a private data circuit that cross many miles and many
communication carriers, to get from point a to b. One evening we had a
problem that was traced down to a "Hand off" location between the phone
carriers, but the technicians were not able to access the location where
the equipment was at, until daylight hours. Why? Because the closet
where the equipment was at was inside a vaulted bank, and only the bank
manager had the keys to the closet!
During our time waiting for the lazy bank manager to show up late that
morning, and open the closet, the techs explained to me that many of
these inter-regional / inter-carrier connections are in "Meet Up"
closets that are housed inside banks. Why? Because it's cheaper to
lease a few feet of closet space inside a secured location such as a
bank, than it is to build and maintain a stand alone specialized
hardened vault to protect electronic gear.
Today, the knowing that this is common practice for data carriers to
have interconnection closets inside banks, for which only the bank
managers have access too, coupled with the event of baiting the cabal to
cause an internet outage, makes complete sense.
Looking at the heat map of the outage from the article, the hot spots
are both technology and economy centers or hubs. Places where you can
find many banks, with closets full of gear, that links together not only
many private data circuits, but the the public internet as well.
So my thoughts about this is that such a baiting has done two things; 1)
the cabal is exposed as still having control over the internet, via
these meetup locations inside banks, and 2) since that these wiring
closets are inside banks, means that you can exactly pinpoint a cabal
controlled bank, because it's a known location where the internet data
is handed off, that can be traced to, if it was shut off. Absolutely