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(Asahi Shimbun)   Secret US military flights carried equipment and personnel to North Korea. Also, don't ask what they were about because they are secret. Especially you Japan   (ajw.asahi.com) divider line 64
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2013-02-20 04:17:36 PM  

loki see loki do: Pichu0102: Yeah, definitely sounds like spooks being moved around.

That I kinda could believe.
The bulldozer is prolly just for Un to play with.
He likes trucks.


And turtles. I like turtles.
 
2013-02-20 04:22:30 PM  
Did someone in the US government forget to ask Japan's permission to talk to the Norks?

WTF?
 
2013-02-20 04:29:07 PM  

KarmicDisaster: Remains from the Korean War.


It's this. We're searching for/picking up remains. We keep it quiet so they can continue publicly hating us and we keep it quiet so people don't speculate what we're doing hanging around North Korea.
 
2013-02-20 04:56:01 PM  
The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases"

Who are these people that just sit around and watch military bases for fun?

"...and also analyzing air traffic flight plans."

If they're publishing the flight plans it doesn't sound like they were trying to be that secret about it.
 
2013-02-20 07:44:09 PM  

aprentic: The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases"

Who are these people that just sit around and watch military bases for fun?

"...and also analyzing air traffic flight plans."

If they're publishing the flight plans it doesn't sound like they were trying to be that secret about it.


Same people who watch trains as a hobby.  Never underestimate the ability for large populations and the internet to make a community out of a 0.001% interest topic.
 
2013-02-20 09:23:49 PM  

aprentic: The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases"

Who are these people that just sit around and watch military bases for fun?

"...and also analyzing air traffic flight plans."

If they're publishing the flight plans it doesn't sound like they were trying to be that secret about it.


Dubya's secret torture prisons in Eastern Europe were made public by guys watching planes land and take off at Area 51 and Tonopah AFB, and then cross-checking the airplane fin numbers with flight plans databases.

There are lots of people who don't trust the Feddle Gumint who have time on their hands and an Internet connection.
 
2013-02-20 09:28:16 PM  
Addendum: they don't have the choice but to publish the flight plans. Unless they sent the bulldozer by SR-71, they need to ask permission to cross other countries' air space and air traffic controllers NEED to know there's a plane there at that time, so they will dutifully file all the necessary paperwork to try and blend in with the crowd, rather than stick out like a sore thumb.
 
2013-02-20 10:30:48 PM  
They needed help from Disney making their Unicorn lair into a theme park...
 
2013-02-20 11:26:19 PM  

kim jong-un: aprentic: The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases"

Who are these people that just sit around and watch military bases for fun?

"...and also analyzing air traffic flight plans."

If they're publishing the flight plans it doesn't sound like they were trying to be that secret about it.

Same people who watch trains as a hobby.  Never underestimate the ability for large populations and the internet to make a community out of a 0.001% interest topic.


OK so do these guys have web sites or something? I tried to look for them but I couldn't find anything. Do you need to meet them at sketchy bars after exchanging cryptic passwords.
 
2013-02-20 11:28:51 PM  

Flab: aprentic: The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases"

Who are these people that just sit around and watch military bases for fun?

"...and also analyzing air traffic flight plans."

If they're publishing the flight plans it doesn't sound like they were trying to be that secret about it.

Dubya's secret torture prisons in Eastern Europe were made public by guys watching planes land and take off at Area 51 and Tonopah AFB, and then cross-checking the airplane fin numbers with flight plans databases.

There are lots of people who don't trust the Feddle Gumint who have time on their hands and an Internet connection.


Sure but how did the Japanese find the minority of those guys who aren't crackpots. I doubt they have blogs about it. "Dear Diary/Blog, today I saw a bunch of US spook fly into Korea."
 
2013-02-21 10:12:20 AM  
Japan still needs to do some serious apologizing for WW2
then I'll start paying attention to them..
 and their farked up pron
 
2013-02-21 07:17:27 PM  

aprentic: Flab: aprentic: The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases"

Who are these people that just sit around and watch military bases for fun?

"...and also analyzing air traffic flight plans."

If they're publishing the flight plans it doesn't sound like they were trying to be that secret about it.

Dubya's secret torture prisons in Eastern Europe were made public by guys watching planes land and take off at Area 51 and Tonopah AFB, and then cross-checking the airplane fin numbers with flight plans databases.

There are lots of people who don't trust the Feddle Gumint who have time on their hands and an Internet connection.

Sure but how did the Japanese find the minority of those guys who aren't crackpots. I doubt they have blogs about it. "Dear Diary/Blog, today I saw a bunch of US spook fly into Korea."


I'm sure Japan watches abovetopsecret.org and rense.com every so often, like any good government should.

Between the "chemtrail and fluoride are mind-control drugs" and the Lizard-people posts, there are juciy tidbits to be gathered I'm sure.
 
2013-02-21 08:32:11 PM  

aprentic: kim jong-un: aprentic: The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases"

Who are these people that just sit around and watch military bases for fun?

"...and also analyzing air traffic flight plans."

If they're publishing the flight plans it doesn't sound like they were trying to be that secret about it.

Same people who watch trains as a hobby.  Never underestimate the ability for large populations and the internet to make a community out of a 0.001% interest topic.

OK so do these guys have web sites or something? I tried to look for them but I couldn't find anything. Do you need to meet them at sketchy bars after exchanging cryptic passwords.


Actually, yeah there are websites for just about any interest group now.   The easiest way to find something is do a google image search, and look at what websites are hosting the images.
 
2013-02-21 09:31:18 PM  

Flab: abovetopsecret.org


Flab: aprentic: Flab: aprentic: The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases"

Who are these people that just sit around and watch military bases for fun?

"...and also analyzing air traffic flight plans."

If they're publishing the flight plans it doesn't sound like they were trying to be that secret about it.

Dubya's secret torture prisons in Eastern Europe were made public by guys watching planes land and take off at Area 51 and Tonopah AFB, and then cross-checking the airplane fin numbers with flight plans databases.

There are lots of people who don't trust the Feddle Gumint who have time on their hands and an Internet connection.

Sure but how did the Japanese find the minority of those guys who aren't crackpots. I doubt they have blogs about it. "Dear Diary/Blog, today I saw a bunch of US spook fly into Korea."

I'm sure Japan watches abovetopsecret.org and rense.com every so often, like any good government should.

Between the "chemtrail and fluoride are mind-control drugs" and the Lizard-people posts, there are juciy tidbits to be gathered I'm sure.


rense.com is...  interesting.

abovetopsecret.org is too secret for me. Either that or they stopped paying their internet bills.
 
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