Tuesday, July 12, 2016

33 133 666 | Pokemon Go was able to access the email of Google users on iPhones


Pokemon Go = 666 (English Gematria)
Computer = 666 (English Gematria)


Notice the 1:33 post time.  Government = 133

We're talking about an app that was hacking people's email, likely made by the same gang who controls our government and the institutions that spy on us and collect our data.

App = 33


http://money.cnn.com/2016/07/11/technology/pokemon-go-coding-error-emails/index.html

The maker of the 'app' reveals a lot.




13 comments:

  1. I'm glad I didn't download it but you have be careful about downloading apps these days I don't trust anything the government is everywhere

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  2. Anything on your Google+ account, it had access too. Pics, emails, any file on your system. Also, it had access to your web browser, so it knows you've been to PornHub.

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    1. Intelligence runs PornHub so they know you've been there already.

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    2. Well, Comey and Zuckerberg cover their cameras/microphones for a reason. I remember the media mocking Comey for doing that!

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  3. Check out this 90's commercial for the original Pokemon game that hints at augmented reality Pokemon

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mCd8QjxapXA

    I sense that former Nintendo president satoruo Iwata wasn't on board with the way the video game industry was heading with augmented and virtual reality. I think this game is a big reason behind why he was killed. Keep in mind this man was directly involved with the creation of Pokemon; Satoru Iwata = 148, Pokemon Go = 48

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    1. Pokemon go was developed by a company called Niantic, which was founded by a man named John Hanke, who also founded Keyhole which received funding from In-Q-Tel, the tech company developed for the CIA. Keyhole was purchased by Google in 2004

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  4. If only they had PG on Hillary's email servers.

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    1. Yeah, we wouldn't have to worry about that. Probably not even SSL let alone PG. LOL

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  5. Great work here Zach.

    Got the link from Zero Hedge! Great website. You should do a weekly for them. Just a thought.

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  6. The fuckwits at YouTube didn't want me to post this, my phone shutdown twice while I was writing it and after I had posted it, it simply disappeared, I have checked the comments and my emails, nothing. It may still be there just hidden, filtered so people can't see it: There has been quite a lot of foreshadowing in popular to shows for a virtual game which controls people, from Simpsons to Star Trek to popular films, but one stood out more than the others. The South Park episode which references Pokemon
    Episode 11 season 3
    Originally aired on 11/3/99 or 11+3+99 = 113
    The episode is about the Japanese government spying, manipulating and brainwashing the children through a new popular craze to seek retribution for pearl harbour.
    The episode features a "Japanese anime" = 113, called "Chinpokomon" = 133.
    On the surface they are obviously ridiculing the embedded marketing kids shows had but there is truths hidden in the episode, lies in the news, truth in the movies.
    The ongoing joke in the episode is the Japanese continually distract the yanks by saying they have "huge penises" 128, haha, could be a coincidence but the episode is also a reference to the movie "Independence Day" 128
    But yeah who really knows what is going on but one thing is for certain we can't trust the writer of this episode 'trey Parker' =137

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    1. I deleted it immediately, this is nothing but an effective tool of the elite

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  7. thanks for this usefull article, waiting for this article like this again. pokemon go cheat

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