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They Tell You Before They Do Bad Things . . . New Articles Warn "Internet Apocalypse" Causes Global Internet SHUTDOWN "for months"

They Tell You Before They Do Bad Things . . . New Articles Warn "Internet Apocalypse" Causes Global Internet SHUTDOWN "for months"

There is a school of thought which holds that very major bad things that happen, are somehow planned, and the evil planners must tell people what they're going to do before they do it.  Not sure how many people actually believe that, but if it's true, then this is big: Articles warning of Internet Shutdown - FOR MONTHS!

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# Incoming Massive CMESparkyTaz 2021-09-30 09:10
Incoming CME due to hit earth on October 1. Heads up!
# THREE REASONS WHY...Rick Geise 2021-09-29 23:45
The PTB telegraph their intentions: 1) hubris; 2) to communicate with their people; and 3) it is a defense strategy in the ongoing trial in the 3rd Heaven before the throne of Almighty God?
+1 # Thanks for all the great commentsAravinda 2021-09-29 18:42
Good advice I appreciate.
+1 # PLANET XSpero Spanios 2021-09-29 10:04
Once it rolls around where enough amateur astronomers such as myself actually verify a sighting, they MUST shut down the Internet AND power grid blaming an EMP or solar event. Except of course as they are "working furiously" to get intermittent power and comms to you in the way of narrative press releases and emergency updates to keep you in the dark as to the acutal events.
+3 # Internet ProtocolsHt247BR22 2021-09-29 09:34
The easiest way to take the internet "down" is to just take the DNS servers (i think there are 13) off line (the kill switch). The government likes easy. All the other infrastructure remains on line and sill usable. Even if the DNS servers are all off line, if you know the unique IP address of the site that you want to go to, you DON'T need a DNS server to take you there, as all the instructions to find the website are in the IP address. Quite a few websites list their IP address on the home page. While the internet is up, you can always go to the WHOIS website and enter the name of the website (such as halturnerradioshow.com) and it will give you all the information, such as IP address ranges, domain owner name and contact info, etc.

Here is a link for info on this web page
https://who.is/whois/halturnerradioshow.com
# SubscribersWoulf 2021-10-02 03:37
Hal gave you the numbers 1 time before, just in case. You should have written them down, just saying..
+9 # Communications are key... but where to start?PlantAndSchmacko 2021-09-28 18:47
My husband and I realised this issue early last year when we could see where things were going (which was distinctly south)... my husband researched all the communications methods available that would work in a grid down situation... and settled on a CB set up. This took A LOT of research and trial and error but luckily my father in law had many years of experience working on large stations (Australian name for enormous outback farms in the middle of nowhere) using various radios for communications and my husband grew up using them and is an electronics engineer. So we are happy to give some advice to any who are looking into this as an option - it can be daunting going into it without any experience.
There are some great YouTube videos that have been made explaining all about using CBs.
As our group is spread out, each family unit of our extended family is separated by hundreds of Kms. Each group needed to get a good CB set up.
All that is needed is:
* one good robust CB radio (we all got the President McKinley 40 channel CB radio which is very robust so can get knocked around a bit in an off-road vehicle without being damaged, unlike most CBs which are very delicate and designed mainly for home use. It also has a built in SWR meter which is handy for tuning the aerial. It's a top quality radio)
* One AMP (ours is 200W, that's the minimum wattage you would want to get)
*  An antenna set up wired in to each car (the most effective antenna for a car or mobile set up is a 102" steel whip antenna.)
* A home base antenna. You want to spend most of your budget on the antenna, it is the most important piece of equipment in your set up. My husband has been playing around with making a number of base antennas and has found the Half Wave Dipole Antenna to be very good for our CB which is a 27Mhz CB. This is one of the best antennas for its simplicity, portability and performance, excellent for survivalists... and you don't need to spend a fortune on buying one, you can easily find plans online to make one.  Another great choice if you want to go further with performance is the "Hantenna Antenna", He is currently making one and again plans can be found online.
* Antenna Cable - get good quality, preferably R58U or similar, this is the cable that goes from your antenna to your CB (with the AMP in between if you choose to use it to boost your signal).

This way you can use the one CB in the home and transfer it to the car(s) when needed for mobile use, you don't need to spend a fortune on multiple CBs.
One good tip is to glue some Velcro to the bottom of your amp so you can install the AMP under the front passenger seat in your car. use the 'hook' side not the loop side and it will stick to the carpet securely. Here in Australia AMPS are illegal to use unless in an emergency so it's out of sight there too.

The CB and amp should be kept in a Faraday box when not in use to protect it from EMP (we made them ourselves using a foam or cardboard box wrapped in aluminium foil and properly sealed so the foil has a good strong connection at the lid. Everything inside needs to be insulated from contact with the foil so we just put everything in cardboard boxes, then put the boxes into the foam box. Or you can buy Faraday blankets now very cheap on ebay which you can just wrap your electronics up in as long as they are insulated so not touching the blanket,  eg in cardboard boxes.

You'll also need a decent sized battery to power your radio off grid in the house as well as a solar panel to charge it. The solar panel regulator should be protected by a Faraday box/blanket too when not in use.

We keep all our CB set up in the Faraday box and only take it out when we are training with it, we do not suggest leaving it out because the funny thing about any kind of EMP is there is no warning, it just happens and a dead radio set up that's been fried will do you no good on the day.

Just remember CB is not like a mobile phone, you can't just call someone on demand. There's a thing called 'Skip' with long distance communication, so if you want to talk to someone thousands of miles away some days you will get better 'reception' than others, it may take days of trying to get in touch with the person you want to talk to. (But in a survival situation this sure is better than nothing at all).
However, for shorter distances, up to 100 miles if you have the kind of set up we explained above you should have reliable communications any day.

But the most important thing is you must learn how to use and train in using your CB  now while you have the time and HAVE A PLAN - who are you going to contact and when?... have a plan with your group (those you will contact on the CB) to be all on the radios at a certain time and on certain days in an emergency situation (eg from 5pm-9pm each evening until you successfully contact them - you won't want to be sitting by the radio all day every day, you will have other things to do.) ... And train with them now, don't wait until the emergency to figure out there are problems to sort out.

Train in all your gear now, not just the CB... eg. Cooking on a campfire in the backyard, we use the cooking gear we would use in a survival situation and the same food we have stored up, get familiar with it all now... get used to using your 'alternative toilet facilities' and filtering your water using the method you have planned. Get the whole family used to it. Everyone should be able to take over each other's expertise in case someone is incapacitated; my husband teaches us all basic electronics and car maintenance, I teach everyone food preservation, cooking and emergency first aid, etc etc. If you don't have a skill, learn it now. It can seem overwhelming but every tiny skill you develop is a big step ahead of where you were beforehand, it all builds up.
We hope this helps someone who's just getting into communications options... good luck and God bless.
+1 # Communications are key... but where to start?PlantAndSchmacko 2021-09-28 18:47
My husband and I realised this issue early last year when we could see where things were going (which was distinctly south)... my husband researched all the communications methods available that would work in a grid down situation... and settled on a CB set up. This took A LOT of research and trial and error but luckily my father in law had many years of experience working on large stations (Australian name for enormous outback farms in the middle of nowhere) using various radios for communications and my husband grew up using them and is an electronics engineer. So we are happy to give some advice to any who are looking into this as an option - it can be daunting going into it without any experience.
There are some great YouTube videos that have been made explaining all about using CBs.
As our group is spread out, each family unit of our extended family is separated by hundreds of Kms. Each group needed to get a good CB set up.
All that is needed is:
* one good robust CB radio (we all got the President McKinley 40 channel CB radio which is very robust so can get knocked around a bit in an off-road vehicle without being damaged, unlike most CBs which are very delicate and designed mainly for home use. It also has a built in SWR meter which is handy for tuning the aerial. It's a top quality radio)
* One AMP (ours is 200W, that's the minimum wattage you would want to get)
*  An antenna set up wired in to each car (the most effective antenna for a car or mobile set up is a 102" steel whip antenna.)
* A home base antenna. You want to spend most of your budget on the antenna, it is the most important piece of equipment in your set up. My husband has been playing around with making a number of base antennas and has found the Half Wave Dipole Antenna to be very good for our CB which is a 27Mhz CB. This is one of the best antennas for its simplicity, portability and performance, excellent for survivalists... and you don't need to spend a fortune on buying one, you can easily find plans online to make one.  Another great choice if you want to go further with performance is the "Hantenna Antenna", He is currently making one and again plans can be found online.
* Antenna Cable - get good quality, preferably R58U or similar, this is the cable that goes from your antenna to your CB (with the AMP in between if you choose to use it to boost your signal).

This way you can use the one CB in the home and transfer it to the car(s) when needed for mobile use, you don't need to spend a fortune on multiple CBs.
One good tip is to glue some Velcro to the bottom of your amp so you can install the AMP under the front passenger seat in your car. use the 'hook' side not the loop side and it will stick to the carpet securely. Here in Australia AMPS are illegal to use unless in an emergency so it's out of sight there too.

The CB and amp should be kept in a Faraday box when not in use to protect it from EMP (we made them ourselves using a foam or cardboard box wrapped in aluminium foil and properly sealed so the foil has a good strong connection at the lid. Everything inside needs to be insulated from contact with the foil so we just put everything in cardboard boxes, then put the boxes into the foam box. Or you can buy Faraday blankets now very cheap on ebay which you can just wrap your electronics up in as long as they are insulated so not touching the blanket,  eg in cardboard boxes.

You'll also need a decent sized battery to power your radio off grid in the house as well as a solar panel to charge it. The solar panel regulator should be protected by a Faraday box/blanket too when not in use.

We keep all our CB set up in the Faraday box and only take it out when we are training with it, we do not suggest leaving it out because the funny thing about any kind of EMP is there is no warning, it just happens and a dead radio set up that's been fried will do you no good on the day.

Just remember CB is not like a mobile phone, you can't just call someone on demand. There's a thing called 'Skip' with long distance communication, so if you want to talk to someone thousands of miles away some days you will get better 'reception' than others, it may take days of trying to get in touch with the person you want to talk to. (But in a survival situation this sure is better than nothing at all).
However, for shorter distances, up to 100 miles if you have the kind of set up we explained above you should have reliable communications any day.

But the most important thing is you must learn how to use and train in using your CB  now while you have the time and HAVE A PLAN - who are you going to contact and when?... have a plan with your group (those you will contact on the CB) to be all on the radios at a certain time and on certain days in an emergency situation (eg from 5pm-9pm each evening until you successfully contact them - you won't want to be sitting by the radio all day every day, you will have other things to do.) ... And train with them now, don't wait until the emergency to figure out there are problems to sort out.

Train in all your gear now, not just the CB... eg. Cooking on a campfire in the backyard, we use the cooking gear we would use in a survival situation and the same food we have stored up, get familiar with it all now... get used to using your 'alternative toilet facilities' and filtering your water using the method you have planned. Get the whole family used to it. Everyone should be able to take over each other's expertise in case someone is incapacitated; my husband teaches us all basic electronics and car maintenance, I teach everyone food preservation, cooking and emergency first aid, etc etc. If you don't have a skill, learn it now. It can seem overwhelming but every tiny skill you develop is a big step ahead of where you were beforehand, it all builds up.
We hope this helps someone who's just getting into communications options... good luck and God bless.
+1 # RE: Communications are key... but where to start?Palehorse 2021-09-28 21:33
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Having a HAM radio license myself, we always
have the thought, in the back of our head,
that when you press that button and transmit
your signal you also transmit your location, to
those with the equipment to determine such.
# Old daysWoulf 2021-10-02 05:11
Those 3 black vans were what you had to look out for. Any AM radio you change the Q ratio on will pick up a lot of frequencies. Funny what you can do with a nail, a piece of wood and a candle.
-1 # Yes and noSBGlett77 2021-09-28 23:08
Yes, there is always the risk you will give away your position, so keep all transmissions short. Using Morse code ( CW ) is even better for defeating snoops.

It's my understanding from the methods of Direction Finding ( DF ) that the longer you go in wavelength ( i.e., lower in frequency, the more difficult it is to pinpoint your station, even from satellites. This of course applies more the lower the power you use, too. A 1000 Watt rock crusher is going to send ground wave out so strongly that somebody with a transistor radio could find you.

This makes transmission on 80 or 160 meters SW at lower power about the safest for DF evasion. CB ( 11 meters ) is also pretty good, but that would be at low power as possible for comm. A good ham with an old-fashioned loop antenna or loopstick could still find you, but the PTB got rid of that stuff long ago, because they think all the action is on VHF/UHF, so they mainly use satellite and Time-of-Arrival methods to DF. And the problem with the loop antennas is that they can find your direction for triangulation from long distances, but they swamp out pretty bad up closer and give false readings, so even a person with a loop could only get so close. If you transmitted only sporadically, it would take a long time and lots of patience to get you exactly. So, you keep your antenna hidden until such time as you use it so they can't spot it just by looking around the general area.

VHF ( 2 meter ham & MURS ) and UHF ( GMRS and FRS ) are the easiest to DF, because T.O.A. is very precise at those short wavelengths.
+1 # Life without electronics!roytg94@gmail.com 2021-09-28 18:19
This is a great time to get to know our neighbors and work together as a small community again (like we did before we had all these electronic options). The barter system is a great way to keep the government and bankers out of our affairs. Get back into growing and preserving our own food.
+2 # RE: They Tell You Before They Do Bad Things . . . New Articles Warn "Internet Apocalypse" Causes Global Internet SHUTDOWN "for months"The Deplorable Renegade 2021-09-28 17:53
I have been into SW radios since I was a kid. I've got 2 old Panasonic portables from the late 80s that still work plus a much newer Grundig Satellit 750 that sits on my desk at home. I've always kept SW as backup in case the net ever goes down.
+3 # All of this talk depends...Paul Lambert 2021-09-28 17:09
...on other people doing the same thing.

It doesn't matter if we all get into CB radio, Ham radio, Packet radio, Z-modem etc if nobody else does. Most people have internet and mobile telephones. They do not have all these other nifty things, do they?

When I first moved into my own flat (in 1995 in Iceland), I thought I would save a bundle of money by just using a CB radio and not bothering with a telephone. Of course, that made no sense since so few others used CB radio, and I could not, for instance, order a pizza by CB.

Really, the only people who are going to resort to these means are the kind of people who have it already. If you needed to make a call right now to someone in Labrador, for instance, what would you do? Without internet or telephone, you are hooped! Even Western Union today does not monitor radio transmissions in Morse code. By the time you found someone in that part of the world who could pick up your signal, who was willing to convey it to your party, the information will likely have become dated or irrelevant.

Radio culture today, sadly, is a small club. It will not help if you make all of these preps if nobody else you know does.
+1 # Paul....BanjoDoug 2021-09-29 14:05
The vast majority of our friends, family, etc ARE NOT gonna have backup communication setups. For those that do it will never work like or be as convienent as cell phones. CB/GMRS/etc will work fine for very localized communications with planning and coordination.... like calling a friend a few miles away (with very high antennas). Or coordinating the safety of a family member going into town for supplies, it's not set up for anything more..... If you can embark on a ham radio HF rig (& a license), with a very good antenna, you can hit Honolulu from Oklahoma at the right time of the day, most ofthe time. Locally & thru the central part of the US I can talk with other hams very easily on very low power. But this takes skill and some experience. The convienence of cell phones may evaporate, and if so you've got nothing..... and you can't even listen to what others are discussing.... you are totally in the dark.
+2 # GMRS Comm OptionsBanjoDoug 2021-09-28 16:56
GMRS is a communication service the FCC allows in the UHF frequency range, which is basically line of sight. An antenna needs to be pretty high in order to get a line of sight conditions from surrounding regions around the antenna.midland makes a 40 w unit similar in size and looks to a CB radio, and they cost around $250 per radio. They're great if you want to use for unlicensed people and you have a tower or hill or some other very high place to place an antenna. However this radio service does require a non-test license that a family member can obtain and it's good for the entire family. That's not everyone utilizing the radio needs to have a license it's a family coverage license.
# But as a licensed extra class ham.....BanjoDoug 2021-09-28 16:58
..... I have selected CB for unlicensed family members with very high antennas.
+2 # Cb & Communication NeedsBanjoDoug 2021-09-28 16:05
After I read this article I browsed through GigaParts and amazon.com to see what the cost and availability of CB radios currently is..... My conclusion is that prices have gone up and availability has gone down. So it would be a prudent investment to buy a radio maybe for your car plus one for the house and maybe you've got another loved one that also needs one for their house or car. And do not overlook an antenna for the house, also called the base station, that you can mount on a pole or a dipole antenna which two wires strung out horizontally. The higher the antenna is the better performance you'll get..... Do not go cheap on the height of the antenna. FCC does have rules on the height of a CB antenna so refer to that as needed. Note:. Virtually all CB radios today run on 12 volts, which is the same as your car battery puts out. So make a provision for powering your CB radio if it's a base station... And make sure you can charge the battery utilized in the base station.
+4 # If the debt ceiling is not raised..carlireland34@gmail.com 2021-09-28 15:38
later this week, then a government shutdown is possible. Followed by a possible debt default in October. A stock exchange run triggers computer trade throttling. A very good time for a WWW web collapse to allow banks next door to the NYSE to sell all their stocks while the rest of the world helplessly watches their investments circle the drain.
+1 # gov will not allow itAravinda 2021-09-29 18:27
then the people would figure out we do not need the parasite class.

The best thing that could happen is to cancel the current criminal cabal and go back to our original governing system.

This can happen if the people would choose to be respectful kind and helpful of each other.
+4 # RE: They Tell You Before They Do Bad Things . . . New Articles Warn "Internet Apocalypse" Causes Global Internet SHUTDOWN "for months"RAFO 2021-09-28 15:08
Every website needs to publish their actual I.P. Address on their banner page. Users write them down. In the event the DNS servers are taken out of disabled, the actual I.P. address of a site can be used in the address box. For example, use http://45.89.97.6/ instead of http://naturalnews.com. All the DNS does is translate a web site domain name to a computer usable I.P. address.
+1 # StaticNeo2029 2021-09-29 02:30
Yes, this will work with static I.P. addresses.
# Low-Tech Utopia ...!?HeroBeer 2021-09-28 14:50
the old Prophets of te Bible (Isaiah to Malachi) they saw and described : a Low-Tech Utopia -(( Utopia, is the *Paradise of Sin* ....
+9 # without internetNunya 2021-09-28 14:12
most stores cannot operate either. This includes fuel, not just food. There lies the real problem. Grow your own. Have a plan. Best wishes to everyone. Die with your boots on! Keep calm and take 10 out with you!!!!!
+3 # without internetNunya 2021-09-28 14:12
most stores cannot operate either. This includes fuel, not just food. There lies the real problem. Grow your own. Have a plan. Best wishes to everyone. Die with your boots on! Keep calm and take 10 out with you!!!!!
+8 # S.O.L.Dudimus Maximus 2021-09-28 13:56
prepare to be O.Y.O

on your own.... and radios are not going to be the same as perusing all your favorite alt-media sites..... go outside and look up and down your street or road.... then at your own 2 hands- that's your 'GROUP" ITS GOING TO BE A SHOCK to find urself so isolated and cut off, with no recourse. Get ur sh*t together and get ready.
+3 # RE: They Tell You Before They Do Bad Things . . . New Articles Warn "Internet Apocalypse" Causes Global Internet SHUTDOWN "for months"ebelfer52 2021-09-28 13:13
during the latest uprising in cuba the government there very effictively blocked even ham radio signals. repeaters here in the usa get shut of by government when they want, california did it to prevent forest fires. have multiple back up plans
+1 # Providernotme 2021-09-28 13:10
If your local internet provider has his own DNS-Server would that one be shut down too?
# ISPWoulf 2021-10-02 04:10
Best bet is to get a usb modem. Look at other ISPs with a dial up like NetZero. There are others, some on the SAT links (ET phone home) that could be handy to have. Better to pay the extra charge than be down.
+1 # DNS ServersTheProphet 2021-09-28 14:24
While most DNS servers get their updates from the root DNS servers, many ISPs use their own Authoritative DNS. They keep what they consider mission critical DNS Names to IP Addresses in-house. They will go outside to the root servers looking for something which isn't searched on commonly and cache this information. And, just like an ARP table this cache eventually gets flushed. But the Authoritative records do not get flushed.

Similar to the hosts file on your computer, be it Windows or Linux, the authoritative records will still be there. As to the path your data takes to get from your computer/phone/tablet, etc. to it's destination, if it will still be available, that is anyone's guess.

Best option, if you want to be sure. Edit your hosts file, add the DNS name of a site you visit and then tab once, enter the IP Address for that site. Save the file.

To find the IP Address of a URL, simply ping it and hope they don't change their IP Address(es) without notifying their customers.

ie. from a cmd/cli prompt: ping halturnerradioshow.com and the reply should be: 13.227.40.15 (or something along those lines.

In Linux, the file is located at: /etc/hosts
In Windows, the file is located at: C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\Etc\hosts

So, your hosts file will look like this:

halturnerradioshow.com 13.227.40.15

save the file after adding all your favorite sites.

On windows, simply type: IPCONFIG to get the change to take affect.

In linux, depending on the model and version, restart your network services or just reboot your device. (I would think if you are running linux you know how to restart your network service with the 'systemctl' command. if not, reboot your device.)

Now, if your favorite sites change IP Addresses for their Domain Names, you will have to manually edit this 'hosts' file. Otherwise, you will get a '404' error, page not found.

It's not much, but it will help. By the way, Windows 10 will not let you edit the file in this folder, so copy it to your temp folder, make a copy of it, modify it and copy it back to the default location. (Windows server and earlier versions of Windows will allow you to modify the file.) You will need to confirm admin approval to copy the file back to the original location as the file already exists there.
# Old schoolWoulf 2021-10-02 04:02
LOVE IT! What would these kids do if you handed them a bunch of punch cards? Told them to log on to a BBS? Would be fun to watch!
# hostsnotme 2021-09-28 19:29
Thnx for the explanations.
So if all phonebooks (DNS) would be lost you'd at least keep the - outdated - one from your provider.
Windows 10: I made some entryes, but i seems as if it does simply not work.
# RE: hostsWoulf 2021-10-02 05:02
Try typing the numbers into the browser header at the top in place of the http: Keep a list of people or places you want to see written down. Hal sent out an email with this info for subscribers. The ip number format replaces the name at the top.
Also may want to look at the file properties and make sure they are not read only and you have the Administrator privilege to write to them. High light, right click and properties. Uncheck "read only", close reopen and edit. Be sure you backup the file in advance, just in case.
# local DNSjoe@tittiger.com 2021-09-28 13:15
ALL DNS servers except for the few root servers only cache DNS resolutions. They all have an expiration date (usually a few days) and then they throw away the DNS resolution and go looking for updated info from one of the root DNS servers.
There are such things as running your own DNS servers or using an old time Uni "HOSTS" file, but the talking head in the alternative media have not yet gone there.
# DNS Servernotme 2021-09-28 19:31
Is there a way to set up my own DNS Server on my home system?
I don't mean local network DNS, but full internet DNS..
+4 # Fiber OpticBurnit 2021-09-28 12:45
Hal mentioned that the under sea cables would be toast. Aren't most of them fiber optic, and not affected by EMP?
# I dissent Haljoe@tittiger.com 2021-09-28 12:41
According to new information, this from Alex Jones, the Internet was proposed by a DARPA psychologist and it was supposed to be a continuation of the mind control of television.

Also while it is true that if parts of the Internet routers are blown up that the packets can be rerouted through the remaining working routers. HOWEVER a large nationwide EMP will take these routers out Hal... and if not every router then the power stations that supply power to the routers will be taken out. You are a smart guy Hal but science is not your Forte and you are not entirely correct in your assertions.
+5 # RE: I dissent Halcarlireland34@gmail.com 2021-09-28 17:16
I am old enough to have started workin in IT before the internet existed. Hal is right. The spec for the internet was from the military.
Four items,
1. even if only 2 military bases are not nuked - they can still communicate
2. computers can be remotely operated
3. email
4. bulletin boards - user network Usenet
Also, ever considered whether the miltaries of the world all have their separate own internet ?
They do not - they use private lanes on the internet highway.
+2 # Radiosgypsytravelers 2021-09-28 12:41
Short Wave
Manufacturers: CCrane; Eton; Icom; Sangean

Amateur [ Ham ] Radios -
# Short Wave Radios...yesDoug Brown 2021-09-28 16:51
I have probably eight shortwave radios. Collected them since I was a kid.
Shortwave radios are much more handy than a CB. I don't know much about HAM.
Get a good set of earphones, a good shortwave, and in an emergency you can pick up lots of interesting things.
I know if the internet went down, I'd immediately turn to shortwave
+2 # SSB a mustPaul Lambert 2021-09-28 17:17
I have and have had many a shortwave radio. I will never get another one without SSB. Then you can listen to ham communications.

Don't worry about getting a ham licence at first. I find that just listening (i.e., receiving) ham broadcasts gives me so much more information than MSM and on topics I don't usually consider.
# I have a ham radiombschuth@protonmail.com 2021-09-28 22:24
But have been very ill and unable to focus enough to read to get my license. If I listen, how do I do that without getting a fine? I would be grateful for your help.
+1 # Listening onlyPaul Lambert 2021-09-29 05:27
You only need a licence to transmit, not to receive. Feel free to take your ham set and listen all you like.
+2 # No Problems ListeningSBGlett77 2021-09-28 23:18
Anyone can listen without restrictions or regulations. Have a shortwave radio that can tune in Single Sideband ( SSB ), however. It should have a "mode" button if it is a digital one, for USB, LSB, and AM. That's Upper Sideband, Lower Sideband, and Amplitude Modulation ( the old standard ). Some SW radios, older ones, have a Beat Frequency Oscillator ( BFO ) switch, which also allows you to carefully tune to receive SSB and gives a tone to Morse code transmissions as well.
+2 # Radiosgypsytravelers 2021-09-28 12:44
Amateur [ Ham ] Radios -
Elecraft; Flex Radio; Icom; Kenwood; Yaesu

Licensing is required in all countries to transmit. Yes, it is true you can transmit without a license for help in an emergency, however knowing what you are doing and how to transmit a call for help on what frequency is critical.

In the United States see: http://www.arrl.org/new-ham-resources
+2 # RE: RadiosTeknikid 2021-09-28 15:45
Got a Kenwood mobile and a Yaesu handheld.
+2 # Ham radio recommendations?lumpy 2021-09-28 12:36
Ok can somebody recommend a Ham radio brand and antennae for a total newbie? I have no idea what to look for. Don't want the cheapest worst quality, or top of the line, just something mid range that I can get used.
+2 # get 1 (one)Dudimus Maximus 2021-09-28 13:47
get a baofeng hand held, and go from there.....

HAMS hate them- they work great-

to get a license you have to give "them" all ur info and its forever- why do that?
+1 # Suggestionjoe@tittiger.com 2021-09-28 12:48
Get a shortwave receiver like the Tecsun PL-600
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ESUOMFW
That has SSB (single side band) so that you can listen to HAM operators. You also might want to invest in a real full sized HAM radio antenna. The antennas with these "receivers" are not the best.

Getting and using a HAM HF transceiver just for listening is beyond the abilities and resources of most people. How ever this is the HF radio that I have: Yaseau 857D
https://www.gigaparts.com/yaesu-ft-857d.html

It ran about $900 when I bought it.
You also need a substantial antenna.
# yay-sue is awesomeDudimus Maximus 2021-09-28 13:49
This radio has been discontinued by the manufacturer.

it WAS an awesome unit- why discontinued???
# why?Dudimus Maximus 2021-09-28 13:52
Yaesu FT-857D HF/VHF/UHF Ultra-Compact Transceiver
SKU ZYS-FT-857D
This radio has been discontinued by the manufacturer.???????
+6 # Stage 2Gregg W 2021-09-28 12:27
No doubt, when they “allowed” us peasants to use their internet, they had already devised an even better more robust one for themselves.
We get the beta version they get the Blu-ray.

It’s not like they plan on living in cold, damp castles ruling over the serfs that survive. They will be in modern luxury using all the fossil fuels they want but we have to use wagons pulled by donkeys.

They may have all sorts of plans for ruling this world. Someone else has His own plans.
Guess what? He wrote it down and told us well in advance too!

The Book of Revelation and the warnings of Yeshua and the prophets are still there to read.
I don’t have it all figured out, but He does.
The hardest thing is to trust. The pressure will increase until we DO trust Him.

What’s funny is HE is using these evil elites for His purposes. Let that sink in. They don’t win.
+2 # partly correctjoe@tittiger.com 2021-09-28 12:50
The powers that be will likely use the same physical Internet.

They do not have a separate one built.

But they can deny us use by shutting down DNS and they can communicate by using their own DNS and perhaps VPN's that are encrypted point to point.
+1 # comm outjudith L 2021-09-28 12:03
ok, now I have to go out and get a short wave radio.
+1 # That's the Truth.Doug Brown 2021-09-28 16:59
Pardon me, but it seems you should already own at least ONE shortwave, if for no other reason than for weather emergencies.
I got a shortwave I'll give you, if you want? I feel stupid owning so many.
+4 # Bad ThingsPalehorse 2021-09-28 12:02
|

Prof. James McCanney, one of the worlds top astral
physicist specializing in celestial mechanics,
has warned for over a decade that when TPTB
decide to shut things down that they would
cause a power grid failure and blame it on
a CME from the sun.

If the outage is only localized than thats a true
sign of an intentional act.

As far as "leaking" there intent before the commit
some mad act upon the population, the
Luciferians believe that such an announcement reliefs
them of any moral responsibility for their act and
not accountable to God.
+1 # OKSBGlett77 2021-09-28 23:20
Good to know, Palehorse. That really sets the context for the article for me.
+12 # Comm outjudith L 2021-09-28 12:02
[sigh] Remember when there were no cell phones, no internet, no 24 hours news casts - OK, I'm getting on in years, and while I don't desire to relive those times, I remember many peaceful, quiet, beautiful days. Yeah, they're still here, but it is harder to live them with all the bombardment of chaos and crisis in this world. The world of information was much smaller then. I find most of it useless drivel. Not against progress, just want it to benefit all mankind.
In God I trust. Praying for our nation and people everywhere to know, love and serve God, our creator and to live eternally in His peace
# RE: Comm outWoulf 2021-10-02 05:31
I remember those days also, turn off the TV and radio. Look out the window and I hope you can still see all of GODs creations. GOD bless.
-3 # Re:NY Governer Hochul is not the only Comunist whore in the US.Harnaś 2021-09-28 12:01
If you think you can talk to your Congressmen about the internet vulnerability discussed by Hal Turner and have them fix the problem with internet and secure it from being cut off by globalists , forget it.

Here is a list of Nine Congressman who are not Communist whores and might help if you live in their district!

There is a new bill to give Israel additional one billion greenback Americans to replete their recently exhausted Iron Dome batteries. This is on top of 11 billion dollars that they get from you and me, the American payers in direct militarily aid every year! The new bill passed by 420 votes to 9. The bill did not mention that Israel had previously used its recently US-provided weapons to kill more than 250 Palestinian civilians, including 60 children. The nine brave Congressmen, who will now be targeted for non-re-election by Israel and all its friends, are:
Thomas Massie (R-KY),
Rashida Tlaib (D-MI),
Ilhan Omar (D-MN.),
Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ),
André Carson (D-IN),
Marie Newman (D-IL),
Ayanna Pressley (D-MA),
Cori Bush (D-MO),
Chuy Garcia (D-IL).

Massie was the only Republican, who tweeted that “Foreign aid is the result of foreign influence exerted on US politicians at home.”

https://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/lets-arm-the-gazans/
# your list is backwardsAravinda 2021-09-29 18:41
except for Thomas Massie. He is an amazing country boy who built his own home with the forest around him. Great video about him on you tube.

You are a fan of the #mean girls? wow you forgot o crazy.
+4 # RE: Re:NY Governer Hochul is not the only Comunist whore in the US.The Deplorable Renegade 2021-09-28 17:49
Harnas, every one of those names you listed is also anti-american and communist. Cori Bush is one of the biggest supporters of the BLM criminal organization in Congress.
-1 # RE: Re:NY Governer Hochul is not the only Comunist whore in the US.Harnaś 2021-09-28 21:21
Quoting The Deplorable Renegade:
Harnas, every one of those names you listed is also anti-american and communist. Cori Bush is one of the biggest supporters of the BLM criminal organization in Congress.


Of course they are, but you and Mr. Lampart have nothing to worry about, since this pro-American gang of nine is not in the power structure and as I have already said, they will never be re-elected! I am also very impressed that you both have enough money in the bank that you do not have to worry about paying additional Israeli taxes.
# But they are all anti-Jews.Paul Lambert 2021-09-28 18:41
That's all Harry needs to know.
+1 # All you need to know about the NEW internethardkrome 2021-09-28 11:40
https://blog.nameshield.com/blog/2020/04/08/dns-on-blockchain-the-next-evolution-of-domain-names/

THIS IS WHATS COMING (article summary)

"Summary

The DNS, the Domain Name System, is a service at the heart of how the Internet operates. It is fundamental to the functioning of many services such as websites, mail servers, VoIP telephony and many others.

For more than 30 years, many extensions and functionalities have been added to the DNS, which technically translates into an increase in the complexity of the infrastructure.

The Blockchain technology could be a considerable evolution for DNS, bringing several advantages and new functionalities."
+5 # Packet radio and telephone?Paul Lambert 2021-09-28 11:16
Will standard analogue telephone lines go down too, or will we be able still to use the old x,y and z-modem protocols and BBSes?

Packet radio for computers an option, perhaps?
+5 # Loss of Internet, How convenient for the Cabal....BanjoDoug 2021-09-28 10:51
Loss of the net....Oh it's just to flatten the curve.... But not "their internet function" only ours.

What a convenient time to cut off the Alternate Media Real News... I am actually a little surprised they haven't done this already. Possibly the Cabal is going to make some big moves and they don't want any info disseminated regarding their actions.

I expect interstate travel to also be curtailed during an internet outage time. Something really big is gonna take place after they shut down the net....
+1 # BanjoDougGregg W 2021-09-28 12:39
Agreed. Or maybe they will set off something really big and POOF the net goes down.
+4 # RadiosTeknikid 2021-09-28 09:56
I have a handheld CB, and a mobile one mounted in my pickup. Got a handheld ham radio, and one that can be mobile or stationary. Got an emergency scanner, a pair of two-ways, and hand-crank AM/FM/SW radio. Get as many radios as you can for listening or for two-way. Get your ham license.
+2 # RE: Radiosheuristic12 2021-09-28 13:58
by having HAM license you implicitly waive your IV Amendment right as a result of being required to allow the FTC to inspect your rig at any time in any place.
+2 # RE: RadiosTeknikid 2021-09-28 16:26
If they show up at my front door, I'll take it outside and let them look at it, per the terms of the contract.
+6 # Internetimdacodeman 2021-09-28 09:54
If the net goes down, pretty much everything comes to a full stop.
+4 # Why ?BushDid911 2021-09-28 09:36
Ok I get it , but tell me why the powers that be feel the need to signal in advance all thier evil deeds ?
Are we say they are all Bond villains ?
In my experience when someone wants to cause you real harm they do so ,they don't tell you all about first .
+1 # Why?Gregg W 2021-09-28 12:44
Just to give us a ‘believable’ reason why it would happen. When it does, people will say, “Oh yeah. I read about that a couple months ago.”

So I don’t think it’s any benevolence on their part.
Hell, that Nazi Klaus Schwab talked about the seriousness of this happening a couple months ago. They want people to think they are SO WISE to foresee these horrible things and warn us ahead of time. What would we do without them?
+1 # why?judith L 2021-09-28 12:09
Remember their leader, satan, is ARROGANT! They take after the devil. Just saying
+2 # looks like me...wasnt meDudimus Maximus 2021-09-28 11:28
prep the masses and the public and anybody, to be looking at the sun.... sounds reasonable to me...blame the weather, the sun,,,get em thinking that way...
+5 # It all depends on the person.Paul Lambert 2021-09-28 11:15
A narcissist, for instance, cannot help but to tell the world what he is doing, but he will often do so through projection, i.e., accusing others of his own wrongdoings. For instance, when the Democrats blamed Trump for colluding with the Russians, we found out later that it was Hillary who in fact had some dirty dealings with the Russians.

There are other examples too.
+4 # Here's whyThe_Big_Guy ACCOUNT TERMINATED 2021-09-28 10:10
It's an occult thing, the ancient mystery religions of the occult have certain practices and "etiquette" they consider it a polite warning, if you can see it and figure it out well then you've got a little time to prepare and get ready for it. If not you're just a dumb useless eater and deserve to die.
+3 # etiquette's assDudimus Maximus 2021-09-28 11:30
its putting out the excuse before you do the deed.... setting up ur alibi
+2 # RE: Why ?Orion 2021-09-28 09:49
They consider themselves gentlemen. And also its a heads up to their own people.
# Just noBushDid911 2021-09-28 11:13
When your in a fight to the death ( which this is) the battle between good/evil why would ether side telegraph it's intensions ,it's ludicrous .
"They" are not honour bound to politely inform us
Their own people either know what's coming or they are pretty much NOT their own people !
No sorry it makes NO sense and when something makes no sense it's generally NOT true
# Just No.Gregg W 2021-09-28 12:51
While I agree, we have to remember they are NOT smart people. Criminals are rarely very smart. They cook up a plan and think ‘No one’s ever thought of this’!
Look at all the idiotic staged things they’ve done to fool the world.
Moon Landing in tin foil and duct tape - FAKE.
Planes flying into buildings in ways no pilot could do - FAKE
Joe biden winning the election for president with more votes than obummer and beating Trump who had huge rallies- FAKE FAKE FAKE.

I know people here know this, just giving examples. Once you see what they did, it’s laughable at how stupid it was.
# And yet...BushDid911 2021-09-28 13:26
So stupid they get away with it ?
Joe biden IS in the white house
97% of the world believe NASA and 9/11 was a terror attack .
So tell me if they are SOOOO stupid what does that make US ?
# RE: And yet...Woulf 2021-10-02 04:49
For at least a 1/3 of the people in the US, I would say "Moooooo". For the rest I would say "Pissed".
+1 # feign and fake,,,Dudimus Maximus 2021-09-28 11:31
"alibi" pre act?
+4 # Head Fake?acturner067 2021-09-28 09:34
Who owns the the great spider Web? Wasn't our tax money used to built it with? Maybe they are trying to get us to blame God? Closer to the truth would be they the wicked do not like being challenged over something they know is not the truth.
+2 # They need permissionCheryl Braman 2021-09-28 10:00
Demons are required (by God) to warn the people before they do their deeds. Those with discernment heed the warnings.
+3 # Permission??Gregg W 2021-09-28 12:52
Can’t think of any example from the
Bible where that ever happened. Can you?
+2 # DemonsBushDid911 2021-09-28 12:41
Demons LIE .
+4 # got chapter and verseDudimus Maximus 2021-09-28 11:26
where is that written?
# RE: got chapter and verseheuristic12 2021-09-28 14:05
because if it is written it probably is true?
+11 # Interesting pointsdranderson007 2021-09-28 09:29
The loss of credit card processing alone would be enough to cause complete pandemonium. Most people don't have cash anymore. There would be little to no buying or selling.

 

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