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Saturday, February 4, 2023

VIDEO: RIP as Chinese Spy Balloon is shot down over Pacific ocean

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that RIP as Chinese Spy Balloon is shot down over Pacific ocean.

The FAA has published *RESTRICTED AIRSPACE to 60,000 feet* for parts of the Carolinas and is "pausing departures" to Wilmington, Myrtle Beach, and Charleston airports "to support the Department of Defense in a national security effort." More to come.

As for the “sensitive sites” in the US that the Chinese balloon could be interested in, my first thought was “Bumblehive”. The Utah Data Center controlled by the NSA.

Home to over one exabyte of data. That’s one quintillion bytes. A billion times a billion, bytes of NSA data.

If the balloon has been flying around for days unchecked, they are certainly within range of Saratoga Springs, Utah. 

It’s home to A LOT of the Intelligence Community’s sensitive data, that they keep inland, specifically for defensive purposes. The nearest neighbors include a crop production company, a truck and trailer service outfit, and Patio World, which sells landscaping supplies for suburban backyards.

But when the three North Dakotans who owned the parcels of land here sold them for millions of dollars this spring, the transaction raised alarm bells as far away as Washington, D.C.

That’s because the buyer of the land was a Chinese company, the Fufeng Group, based in Shandong, China, and the property is just about 20 minutes down the road from Grand Forks Air Force Base — home to some of the nation’s most sensitive military drone technology.

The base is also the home of a new space networking center, which a North Dakota senator said handles “the backbone of all U.S. military communications across the globe.”

US officials say they were able to block the balloon from gathering intel during its overflight of the US, while the US military was able to turn the tables, so to speak, to gather intel on the balloon itself and its equipment.

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