VT: While in Pakistan, VT reviewed documents involving India and Israel. Bush 43 had built underground silos for ICBM’s (range 11,000 kilometers) for Israel, that and nuclear bunkers for Jewish elites. The missiles would carry 10 nuclear warheads and are designed to hit ONLY North America.
These weapons were developed by Israeli scientists, using stolen US missile plans and developed under the cover of India’s fake space program. Jeff Gates was sitting next to me when a certain ISI Director General did this private briefing.
Leak suggests Indian opposition leader among hundreds selected for possible surveillance by Modi government using Israeli spy software
The Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s most prominent political rival, the opposition figure Rahul Gandhi, was twice selected as a potential surveillance target in leaked phone number data, making him one of dozens of Indian politicians, journalists, activists and government critics whose numbers were identified as possible targets for the Israeli company’s government clients.
Two numbers belonging to Gandhi, who led the Congress party during India’s 2019 national elections, were selected as candidates for possible surveillance in the year before the vote and in the months afterwards by NSO, whose spying tool Pegasus allows customers to infiltrate mobile phones and monitor messages, camera feeds and microphones.
Phones belonging to at least five of Gandhi’s close friends and other Congress party officials were also identified as potential targets using the spyware, according to a leaked list of potential targets selected by NSO customers. The data was accessed by the nonprofit journalism organisation Forbidden Stories and Amnesty International and shared with the Guardian and other media outlets as part of the Pegasus project.
Gandhi, who changes his device every few months to avoid surveillance, was not able to provide the phone he used at the time for examination. A successful hacking would have granted Modi’s government access to the private data of the prime minister’s primary challenger in the year before the 2019 elections….read more