I could hear the audio archive but the Syria part was missing.
Your courage is outstanding!
Below is a link to the audio archive of last night's Hal Turner Radio Show.
At PRECISELY 1h:29m:00s into the show, as soon as I mentioned "I'll be going into the Syria . . . ." a severe electronic attack was commenced against the radio show.
Someone compromised the INTERNAL HARDWARE FIREWALL and several internal software firewalls, and gained access to multiple computers in the radio studio. As soon as I mentioned "Syria" the audio archiving computer was attacked, shutting-down its recording of all radio show audio.
Immediately thereafter, ANOTHER COMPUTER which handles the outbound streaming audio feed to the PUBLIC Internet audio feeds to HalTurnerRadioShow.com was attacked and the outbound PUBLIC audio stream was SHUT DOWN.
Within seconds, a THIRD COMPUTER which handles the outbound FIBER OPTIC feed to all three radio stations was attacked and the outbound PRIVATE radio station audio feeds were terminated.
THESE ARE SEPARATE COMPUTERS ON PHYSICALLY SEPARATE NETWORKS. THEY ARE NOT CONNECTED, AND ONE CANNOT ACCESS THE OTHERS!
I began to get text messages from several people, including the radio stations, telling me I was offline.
I began to check the feeds and saw they were not streaming, so I endeavored to turn them back on. The software on the two outbound streaming computers was still up and available, so I clicked "CONNECT" and the software went out to the servers, connected, and instantly disconnected.
I tried repeatedly to get the audio streams to re-connect to the streaming servers, but the connection would not establish and remain active.
This hinted at perhaps a local internet service failure, so I invoked the Cellular Back-up. In less than a minute, the cellular back-up was up and running, with full connectivity, but efforts to restore the audio feeds to the streaming server AGAIN would not remain connected.
This pointed to a possible issue with the cloud-based streaming audio servers, so I went into the system that controls the streaming audio servers on the cloud, and they were running. I rebooted them anyway. When they came back up, I tried connecting the streams and again, the streams failed to remain connected.
That told me the trouble was in-house (inside the studio itself) as opposed to the Internet. So I rebooted the computers that handle everything in-house. That took two to three minutes.
When the computers came back up, attempts to re-establish the audio feeds WERE SUCCESSFUL . . . . for about two minutes . . . and down they went again.
At this point, I also noticed the audio archiving system had stopped recording the show, so I saved what was there, rebooted that machine and worked to bring the satellite uplink into service. It worked.
Using the Satellite uplink restored the show to the streaming servers . . . for about 7 minutes. Then down they went again.
Whoever perpetrated this attack, commenced it at the very moment I mentioned that I would be talking about the Syria [Russia,Israel] things. It was the Syria subject matter that "someone" did not want going out over the public airwaves.
Whoever this "someone" is, they have done extensive research into how the networks in the radio studio are set up, how the back-ups are set-up and how to shut it all down fast.
Now, I ask you: WHO IS IT that has the ability to shut down regular Internet connectivity, Fiber Optic connectivity, CELLULAR Back-up connectivity AND within minutes, satellite uplinks all on separate, segregated, networks?
Which government? The US? Russia? Israel? Someone else?
We have, in our Hardware firewall, a packet sniffer. It literally inspects each and every packet of info that ATTEMPTS TO come into, or goes out of the studio.
The PACKET SNIFFER system is showing that four separate IP addresses were blocked by the Hardware firewall for suspicious activity during the show; "SUSPICIOUS MSSQL." Once those IP addresses were blocked, they could do nothing; couldn't even get an answer from the system.
THAT is when the computers in the studio began to malfunction and the radio show literally went off the air.
The tech guys are now "drilling down" on those packets to actually look at what was in those packets and where they came from. It is a long, tedious, arduous, process . . . but they're looking. We WILL find out where this came from.
I promise you that when we determine where it came from, there will be actions taken.
Whether those actions will be peaceful / lawful or not, I haven't decided. (And that is a decision for me and me alone; no one else has anything to say about it.)
Whether those actions will be lawful, or criminally violent, or massively destructive or not, I haven't decided yet and, it really doesn't matter to me. (Again, this is a decision for me, and me alone; no one else has anything to say about it . . . . at least until after the fact.)
You see, I learned in prison there is only one thing that truly matters in this world: FORCE; who uses it, and who it is used against.
Force is the one constant in the universe that every human being, regardless of race, religion, sexuality, language, culture or upbringing, truly understands.
One thing is certain, there will be action taken. If it is lawful action, you'll hear about it. If it is not lawful, you won't; at least not from me.
Here is the link to the remains of the audio archive that we were able to salvage from the attack. Everything is fine up to precisely 1h:29m:00s when I utter the word "Syria." THAT is when things went bad.
The archive resumes again (I cut out the dead air portion) and ends as normal. But instead of the show being 1h:58m:30s it is shorter than that.