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1) Q poses some interesting questions to us regarding Snowden and Hong Kong. I found a few interesting connections that you all may be able to expand on. The MAP is quite interesting.

#MAGA #QAnon #Snowden
2) We know that he stayed in The Mira Hong Kong.

“By late afternoon Mr Snowden’s temporary home had been identified by means of an elegant bedside lamp that appeared in footage of an interview he had given and matched those in the Mira.”

telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews…
3) And he seemed quite welcomed:

“Hong Kong is famous for our freedom of expression and our defense of press freedom,” said Alan Leung, a legislator who heads Hong Kong’s Civic Party. “We should take [Snowden’s arrival] as complimentary.”

washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pac…
4) “Given the touchy nature of China’s relationship with both the United States and Hong Kong, however, experts said the Chinese government was likely to stay in the background with Snowden’s case.”
5) The treaty w/Hong Kong says that any request to extradite must originate from the U.S. Department of Justice, & would be channeled through the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong. Spokesperson for the consulate declined to comment, deferring questions to the Justice Dept in Washington
6) Interestingly, the U.S. Consulate and the Mira Hotel are minutes from each other… 19 minutes to be exact.
7) Side Note: The Mira Hong Kong was hosting the 7th FutureGov conference in Hong Kong - the key gathering point for senior government IT leaders - on 11/12/13.

wikileaks.org/hackingteam/em…
8) Q reveals a pic to us and states:

Shall we play a game?
Find Snowden
IDEN +1
Happy Hunting!
Q
9) Just to establish a base for how this maps out in the end - the photo is of Nelson Street Wet Market in Mong Kok, Hong Kong, and it’s easy to verify based on the rooflines from satellite view.
10) For me, the fun part about Q, is that there are multiple meanings to everything, and this is a concept I’ve operated from since I was a child. My teachers didn’t care for it when I claimed there to be more than one answer to a question on a test, but it’s served me well.🤣
11) My first hit was “+1” = International location. My second hit was “+1” = Telecommunications. I skipped right past the “girlfriend” and dove into IDEN. I immediately pulled up info on telecommunications. It took me down an interesting rabbit hole.
12) iDEN is Integrated Digital Enhanced Network. A mobile telecommunications technology, developed by Motorola, which provides its users the benefits of a trunked radio and a cellular telephone. It was called the first mobile social network by many technology industry analysts.
13) iDEN places more users in a given spectral space, compared to analog cellular and two-way radio systems, by using speech compression and time division multiple access (TDMA). The iDEN project originally began as MIRS (Motorola Integrated Radio System) in early 1991.
14) Here is the Wikipedia link to the full description and history of iDEN technology: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IDEN
15) Several things struck me:

• Q asked us why ES setup C-links in 3 countries
• Motorola
• The locations
• This date: Sprint Nextel provided iDEN service across the United States until its iDEN network was decommissioned for additional LTE network capacity on 6/30/13
16) I found June 30, 2013 to be interesting being as he fled in May and started dumping intel in early June. Could just be a coincidence though. Here is a great timeline of all things Snowden the Business Insider put together back in 2016.
businessinsider.com/snowden-leaks-…
17) iDEN was developed by Motorola. There are a lot of emails pertaining to this technology in WL but I haven’t had the time to sift my way through them.
18) iConnect (Sino Asia Industrial Limited) utilizes Motorola’s cutting-edge iDEN technology and TETRA platforms in their iConnect (PTT) two-way radio. They appear to be the only provider in Hong Kong based on searches and this claim:
19) They claim: “Presently, there is no public digital mobile radio service provider in Hong Kong.”

Sino Asia Industrial Ltd also happens to be located within minutes of The Mira and the U.S. Consulate. Only 9 min from the Consulate and 22 min from the The Mira Hong Kong.
20) Which brings me back to the ES C-links Q mentioned. I was a bit confused by this. I’m technologically inclined, but some of this was over my head, so I reached out to my awesome computer wiz friend @rpnsolutions, who graciously answered numerous questions.
21) I felt in my gut there was a connection here and after going over a lot of data (too much🤣) with Einstein @rpnsolutions, we have a working theory on this. ES was setting up comms in Russia, China and Hong Kong so Snowden and friends could communicate undetected.
22) He explained to me how telecommunications work in regard to the 2-way 2G radios and how GSM repeaters could be setup to associate with each tower (country), from which ES set up a network of comm links that were either land or tower based. Hopefully I didn’t botch this lingo.
23) It is a working theory but I feel in my gut there is something here. Another odd coincidence just happened yesterday – March 12, 2018 when Trump signed a Presidential Order Regarding the Proposed Takeover of Qualcomm Incorporated by Broadcom Limited.

whitehouse.gov/presidential-a…
24) “There is credible evidence that leads me to believe that Broadcom Limited, a limited company organized under the laws of Singapore (Broadcom)…. might take action that threatens to impair the national security of the United States; and…”
25) Broadcom is based in Singapore and coincidentally is the dominant manufacturer of GSM technology.
26) I had another curious find which also includes a Presidential action. I searched the OFFICE OF FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL Sectoral Sanctions Identifications List to see if any companies in Hong Kong made the list. And I found just one: VEB Asia Limited (linked to VNESHECONOMBANK)
27) Here is a link to the treasury site to see the complete sanctions list. This company is listed at the bottom of page 44.

treasury.gov/ofac/downloads…
28) Based in Hong Kong, their mission is:

“Our mission is to be a driving force of Russia’s development and we carry it out through funding investment projects of national significance.”
29) Their Vision is:

“We offer an effective system of addressing major strategic objectives in the interests of Russia.”

Full profile: veb.ru/en/about/vebgr…
30) They take this stuff seriously. There is a 62-pg pdf on the Russian Federation Federal Law on Bank for Development.

veb.ru/common/upload/…
31) "Vnesheconombank is a state corporation established by the Russian Federation with the status, business purposes, functions and powers governed by this Federal Law, other federal laws and associated regulations of the Russian Federation."
32) Vnesheconombank became a member of the Long-Term Investors Club on July 22, 2009 in the course of this organization’s first conference held in Paris.
33) At present, the Club is composed of 18 largest financial institutions, such as the European Investment Bank (EIB), the China Development Bank, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, KfW German Banking Group, Caisse des Depots Consignations (CDC) and others.
34) Note that VEB Asia Limited opened in Hong Kong in 2013, but Vnesheconombank has been around much longer. You can find a slew of info on the profile link and pdf I posted above.

Here is the profile link again: veb.ru/en/about/vebgr…
35) Also note where this bank is located. Yet again, 17 minutes from The Mira Hong Kong and 7 minutes from the U.S. Consulate. So here we have a Hong Kong – Russia connection. Interesting. Who is Snowden really working for, asks Q?
36) One thing we know for sure, he is supported by some of the most corrupt people in the world. Here is a list of his ‘Supporters’. It is quite staggering.
37) If Snowden has been in Hong Kong this entire time, did he go to Moscow for this in-home interview, or was his home dressed up accordingly and Katie Couric was in on this charade?

Full interview from Dec, 2016 after Trump was elected:
38) Eric Schmidt traveled to the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 4, 2013 to launch a local entrepreneurship program.

scmp.com/news/hong-kong…
39) "As a man who believes in free and open internet to aid startups and innovation, the exec was happy to give an update on North Korea and Myanmar since he last visited there to promote better web access.”

engadget.com/2013/11/04/eri…
40) "North Korea is the most isolated country in the world. 23 million people, a million phones, they talk within the country but not out," Schmidt said. "You cannot get information in and out of the country, it's a terrible disservice to the citizens of the country."
41) Myanmar, on the other hand, has seen much progress since Schmidt's visit back in March. The exec pointed out that the local government accelerated its telecom procurement, followed by a drastic drop in SIM card price.
42) Why did Q want us to RT this photo? DS follows Q, so what would be the point? What is so significant about this Photo? I could be wrong, but my guess is the telecommunications tower in the background.
43) This is a work in progress and I continue to research any connections in that area. I am especially interested in any info/events that would impact our future. I will add info as I research. Please, if you would like, add any pertinent findings you have - and thanks Patriots!
44) UPDATE: Mr. Schmidt was working with Motorola back in 2012.

"Everyone is keeping a very close eye on what Google does with Motorola Mobility"

theverge.com/2012/5/24/3041…
45) UPDATE: Mr. Schmidt working with Motorola in 2013:

Eric Schmidt describes future 'phenomenal' Motorola devices as 'phones-plus'

theverge.com/2013/4/16/4230…
46) UPDATE: Very interesting article/vid from 2014 of Schmidt talking about their deal with Motorola (which seems to have concluded after getting their 'patents'), and briefly talks about Snowden as well.

cbspressexpress.com/cbs-news/relea…
47) It seems the video clip has been removed. Hmmmm. But the transcript of the interview is in the article.
48) Guess who is on the Defense Innovation Board assisting the Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of Defense by proposing creative solutions to the structural, operational, technological, and workforce challenges the DoD faces? Eric Schmidt.

innovation.defense.gov
49) Apparently it was founded in 2016: The Defense Innovation Board is an organization set up in 2016 to bring the technological innovation and best practice of Silicon Valley to the U.S. Military.

I reckon that's one way to flip him, huh? Oh my mind is swirling.
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