Fox Hollow, FL – One of the many bombshells that is buried deep down within the massive Wikileaks Vault 7 CIA file dump has been the revelation of the existence of a CIA-NSA Spy fortress sitting out in plain sight among the skyscrapers of Manhattan. Apparently, 33 Thomas Street, a window-less, 29-story monolithic building code-named “Titan Pointe” was built during the Cold War, it can withstand a nuclear blast, and it houses all of the telecommunication hubs for the Eastern United States.
So if you live east of the Mississippi then all of your phone calls, emails, tweets, Facebook likes, and virtually everything else you do is gathered through the hundreds of CIA UMBRIDGE eavesdropping protocols and then sent to the CIA-NSA’s two domestic HQ’s in New York City to Titan Pointe, or out to a Western CIA-NSA counterpart that is based out in Utah and is about the size of downtown Tallahassee, FL in size and has a much less cool name… Intelligence Community Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative Data Center, or ICCNCIDC for short. A map of the Utah center is below and its massive… this facility uses 6.6 million gallons of water a month, which in turn is causing a water shortage issue for nearby Salt Lake City (Source).
Try saying that five times fast… so now thanks to Wikileaks and Snowden we now know where the CIA-NSA is spying on us from, and we know how they spy on us. Knowing how and where the spies are located at is literally half the battle for things like this. So thanks Wikileaks!
So now what? Well, your Congressmen and women can’t help you because they are the ones that gave the CIA-NSA the money and authorization to spy on you in the first place, so complaining to them about it won’t do anything even if your Congressman or woman is one of the good guys or gals. If they are one of the good ones then chances are they are already fighting the illegal spying practices of the CIA-NSA and you bugging them won’t really change anything. The only thing we can do is learn as much about the CIA-NSA spy activities because these spy agencies hate it when we the people understand what it is that they are doing and how they do it.
The second that their little tricks are leaked to the public, the CIA-NSA has to scrap whatever processes they are using and start all over. So by merely knowing their games you are effectively pissing them off and forcing them to reinvent the wheel all over again. It’s called operational security, and once their operational security has been breached and their dirty laundry is aired out, they have to start over and invent a new way to violate the constitution and spy on innocent Americans. So with that said and in the spirit of pissing off big brother and making them start all over lets learn everything we can about their Eastern Operations Center… Titan Pointe.
Below are sections of the massive CIA Vault7 dump that outlines the CIA’s domestic spy program and how important Titan Pointe is…
The following is an excerpt from the recent Intercept article on Titan Pointe… instead of re-writing the entire story I have decided to republish a section of the article and then provide a link to the complete 6-page article. I have bigger fish to fry other than the CIA…
They called it. Project X. It was an unusually audacious, highly sensitive assignment: to build a massive skyscraper, capable of withstanding an atomic blast, in the middle of New York City. It would have no windows, 29 floors with three basement levels, and enough food to last 1,500 people two weeks in the event of a catastrophe.
But the building’s primary purpose would not be to protect humans from toxic radiation amid nuclear war. Rather, the fortified skyscraper would safeguard powerful computers, cables, and switchboards. It would house one of the most important telecommunications hubs in the United States — the world’s largest center for processing long-distance phone calls, operated by the New York Telephone Company, a subsidiary of AT&T.
The building was designed by the architectural firm John Carl Warnecke & Associates, whose grand vision was to create a communication nerve center like a “20th-century fortress, with spears and arrows replaced by protons and neutrons laying quiet siege to an army of machines within.”
Construction began in 1969, and by 1974, the skyscraper was completed. Today, it can be found in the heart of lower Manhattan at 33 Thomas Street, a vast gray tower of concrete and granite that soars 550 feet into the New York skyline. The brutalist structure, still used by AT&T and, according to the New York Department of Finance, owned by the company, is like no other in the vicinity. Unlike the many neighboring residential and office buildings, it is impossible to get a glimpse inside 33 Thomas Street. True to the designers’ original plans, there are no windows and the building is not illuminated. At night it becomes a giant shadow, blending into the darkness, its large square vents emitting a distinct, dull hum that is frequently drowned out by the sound of passing traffic and wailing sirens.
For many New Yorkers, 33 Thomas Street — known as the “Long Lines Building” — has been a source of mystery for years. It has been labeled one of the city’s weirdest and most iconic skyscrapers, but little information has ever been published about its purpose.
It is not uncommon to keep the public in the dark about a site containing vital telecommunications equipment. But 33 Thomas Street is different: An investigation by The Intercept indicates that the skyscraper is more than a mere nerve center for long-distance phone calls. It also appears to be one of the most important National Security Agency surveillance sites on U.S. soil — a covert monitoring hub that is used to tap into phone calls, faxes, and internet data.
Documents obtained by The Intercept from the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden do not explicitly name 33 Thomas Street as a surveillance facility. However — taken together with architectural plans, public records, and interviews with former AT&T employees conducted for this article — they provide compelling evidence that 33 Thomas Street has served as an NSA surveillance site, code-named TITANPOINTE.
Inside 33 Thomas Street, there is a major international “gateway switch,” according to a former AT&T engineer, which routes phone calls between the United States and countries across the world. A series of top-secret NSA memos suggest that the agency has tapped into these calls from a secure facility within the AT&T building. The Manhattan skyscraper appears to be a core location used for a controversial NSA surveillance program that has targeted the communications of the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and at least 38 countries, including close U.S. allies such as Germany, Japan, and France.
It has long been known that AT&T has cooperated with the NSA on surveillance, but few details have emerged about the role of specific facilities in carrying out the top-secret programs. The Snowden documents provide new information about how NSA equipment has been integrated as part of AT&T’s network in New York City, revealing in unprecedented detail the methods and technology the agency uses to vacuum up communications from the company’s systems.
Read the rest of the article at the Intercept.com.
Article by: Kevin Fett firstname.lastname@example.org
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