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http://cryptome.org/jya/echelon-dc.htm

They've got it taped


In the booming surveillance industry they spy on whom they wish,
when they wish, protected by barriers of secrecy, fortified by billions of pounds
worth of high, high technology. Duncan Campbell reports from the United States
on the secret Anglo-American plan for a global electronic spy system for
the 21st century capable of listening in to most of us most of the time
American, British and Allied intelligence agencies are soon to embark on a massive,
billion-dollar expansion of their global electronic surveillance system.
According to information given recently in secret to the US Congress,
the surveillance system will enable the agencies to monitor and analyse civilian
communications into the 21st century. Identified for the moment as Project P415,
the system will be run by the US National Security Agency (NSA).
But the intelligence agencies of many other countries will be closely involved
with the new network, including those from Britain, Australia, Germany and
Japan--and, surprisingly, the People's Republic of China.
New satellite stations and monitoring centres are to be built around the world,
and a chain of new satellites launched, so that NSA and its British counterpart,
the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) at Cheltenham,
may keep abreast of the burgeoning international telecommunications traffic.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/echelon08.htm

3. Six UKUSA stations target the Intelsat satellites used to relay most
satellite phone calls, internet, e-mail, faxes and telexes around the world.
They are part of a network of secret stations and spy satellites which,
between them, intercept most of the communications on the planet.


http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_sociopol_pinegap.htm

by Christi Verismo 2002

extracted from 'The Universal Seduction' - Vol. 2


UFO's sightings - Aurora Craft - Australia's Area 51 Men in Black - Echelon I & II Spy Network . Star Wars Super A.I Computers - Cataloging Humanity

Implantable Micro Chips - The Beast? Tracking the Implanted - Mind Control Time portals - Earth Energy and Grid Lines Can a mega computer control the world?


PINE GAP - AUSTRALIA

According to an article found on the internet's Fortune City,
some time in the 1960s, the United States Government entered into secret talks
with the Australian Government on the topic of constructing a Satellite Relay
Station somewhere in Australia’s inland. USGS (United States
Geological Survey
) began to study geological maps and surveys of Australia.
In either 1964 or 1965, central Australia was selected as the region to
construct the facility.


A Request was made to the Australian Government to provide suggested
locations to construct the facility The proposed site offered to the United States
was a 25 acre piece of land owned by the Australian Air Force with the option of
expanding the land holdings. The site, located only 7 kilometers from the town center
of Alice Springs, was inspected by U.S. Government, but found unsuitable. The U.S.
Government then decided on the Alice Springs environment as the site for the
future facility.



Pine Gap, near Alice
Springs
, employs nearly 1,000 people, mainly from the Central Intelligence
Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office. Originally code-named MERINO, it
is the ground station for a satellite network that intercepts telephone, radio,
data links, and other communications around the world. The facility currently
includes a dozen radomes, a 5,600 square meter computer room, and 20-odd service
and support buildings.






The secretive agency is headquartered in Fort Meade, Maryland.

The NSA: Spying on you?

Agency's power, technological prowess raise privacy concerns

The NSA's listening station in England sparked controversy,
with allegations that the United States engaged in economic espionage to help
U.S. companies against European competitors.


http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/nsa/stories/privacy/index.html

INFOWARS: BECAUSE THERE'S A WAR ON FOR YOUR
MIND


http://www.infowars.com/articles/bb/what_does_the_nsa_know_about_you.htm


http://www.hermetic.ch/crypto/echelon/echelon.htm
http://www.mega.nu/cm/cm1.html
http://facthai.wordpress.com/2008/02/06/nsa-echelon-keywords/
http://www.nsa.gov/
http://ludb.clui.org/ex/i/MD3129/
http://dissidentvoice.org/2009/04/pentagons-cyber-command-to-be-based-at-nsas-fort-meade/




http://video.yahoo.com/watch/5501733/14469680

http://video.yahoo.com/watch/5501766/14469730


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Osama's Satellite Phone



http://nonlaw.7forum.net/forum-f7/topic-t721.htm
November 1996-Late August 1998: US Tracks Bin Laden’s Satellite Phone Calls


An Inmarsat Compact M satellite phone, the type used by bin Laden. [Source: Inmarsat]

During this period, Osama bin Laden uses a satellite phone to direct al-Qaeda’s operations.
The phone—a Compact M satellite phone, about the size of a laptop computer—
was purchased by a student in Virginia named Ziyad Khaleel for $7,500 using
the credit card of a British man named Saad al-Fagih.
After purchasing the phone,
Khaleel sent it to Khalid al-Fawwaz, al-Qaeda’s unofficial press secretary in London
(see Early 1994-September 23, 1998). Al-Fawwaz then shipped it to
bin Laden in Afghanistan. [CNN, 4/16/2001] It appears US intelligence
actually tracks the purchase as it occurs (see November 1996-Late December 1999),
probably because an older model satellite phone bin Laden has is already
being monitored (see Early 1990s).
Bin Laden’s phone (873682505331) is believed to be used
by other top al-Qaeda leaders as well, including
Ayman al-Zawahiri and Mohammad Atef. Al-Fawwaz also
buys satellite phones for other top al-Qaeda leaders
around the same time. Though the calls made on these phones
are encrypted, the NSA is able to intercept and decrypt them.
As one US official will put it in early 2001, “codes were broken.”


[United Press International, 2/13/2001; Newsweek, 2/18/2002]
The Los Angeles Times will report that the monitoring of these phones
“produced tens of thousands of pages of transcripts over two years.”
[Los Angeles Times, 10/14/2001] Bin Laden’s satellite phone replaces
an older model he used in Sudan that apparently was also monitored
by the NSA (see Early 1990s). Billing records for his new phone are
eventually released to the media in early 2002. Newsweek will note,
“A country-by-country analysis of the bills provided US authorities
with a virtual road map to important al-Qaeda cells around the world.”
[Sunday Times (London), 3/24/2002]
The countries called are:

Britain (238 or 260). Twenty-seven different phone numbers are called
in Britain. Accounts differ on the exact number of calls. Khalid al-Fawwaz,
who helps publish statements by bin Laden, receives 143 of the calls,
including the very first one bin Laden makes with this phone.
Apparently most of the remaining calls are made to pay phones
near him or to his associates. He also frequently calls Ibrahim Eidarous,
who works with al-Fawwaz and lives near him.
[CNN, 4/16/2001; Newsweek, 2/18/2002; Sunday Times (London), 3/24/2002;
O'Neill and McGrory, 2006, pp. 111]

Yemen (221). Dozens of calls go to an al-Qaeda communications hub
in Sana’a, Yemen, which is run by the father-in-law of 9/11 hijacker
Khalid Almihdhar (see Late August 1998). [Newsweek, 2/18/2002;
Los Angeles Times, 9/1/2002; Bamford, 2008, pp. 8]

Sudan (131). Bin Laden lived in Sudan until 1996 (see May 18, 1996),
and some important al-Qaeda operatives remained there after he left
(see February 5, 1998). [Sunday Times (London), 3/24/2002]

Iran (106). Newsweek will later report: “US officials had little explanation
for the calls to Iran. A Bush administration official said that US intelligence
has believed for years that hard-line anti-American factions inside Iran
helped bin Laden’s organization operate an ‘underground railroad’
smuggling Islamic militants to al-Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan.”
[Newsweek, 2/18/2002; Sunday Times (London), 3/24/2002]

Azerbaijan (67). An important al-Qaeda operative
appears to be based in Baku, Azerbaijan.

[Washington Post, 5/2/2001] This is most likely Ahmad Salama Mabruk,
who is very close to al-Qaeda number two Ayman al-Zawahiri and
is said to be the head of the al-Qaeda cell there. He kidnapped by
the CIA in Baku in late August 1998
(see Late August 1998).

Kenya (at least 56). In the embassy bombings trial, prosecutors introduce
evidence showing 16 calls are made on this phone to some of the embassy
bombers in Kenya (see 10:35-10:39 a.m., August 7, 1998),
apparently all before a raid in August 1997 (see August 21, 1997).
The defense introduces evidence showing at least 40 more calls are made
after that time (see Late 1996-August 1998). [CNN, 4/16/2001]

Pakistan (59).
Saudi Arabia (57).
A ship in the Indian Ocean (13).
The US (6).
Italy (6).
Malaysia (4).
Senegal (2). [Sunday Times (London), 3/24/2002]
Egypt (unknown). Newsweek reports that calls are made to Egypt
but doesn’t say how many. [Newsweek, 2/18/2002]
Iraq (0). Press reports note that the records indicate zero calls were made
to Iraq. [Newsweek, 2/18/2002; Sunday Times (London), 3/24/2002]

1,100 total calls are made on this phone. Adding up the above numbers
means that the destination of over 100 calls is still unaccounted for.
[Newsweek, 2/18/2002] The use of this phone stops two months
after the August 1998 embassy bombings in Africa. However,
it appears bin Laden and other al-Qaeda leaders
continue to use other satellite phones occasionally after this time.
Shortly after 9/11, James Bamford, an expert authority on the agency,
says “About a year or so ago the NSA lost all track of him.…
He may still use [satellite phones] occasionally to talk about
something mundane, but he discovered that the transmitters
can be used for honing.” [CNN, 9/21/2001]
According to a different account, bin Laden will attempt to use
a different phone communication method, but US intelligence
will soon discover it and continue monitoring his calls (see Late 1998 and After).





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