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NSA's massive NYC spy hub, a nuke-proof All Seeing Eye

Edward Snowden details Project X, the NSA's secret skyscraper in New York City that can withstand an atomic blast
By: Anthony Garreffa | Science, Space & Robotics News | Posted: 1 week, 3 days ago

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange hasn't been seen in over a month, and just like NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden - who knows what's really going on. We can't question anything anymore without being attacked by someone, so now that I've triggered half the world - TITANPOINTE.

 

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Titanpointe is the name of the NSA's new Spy Hub in New York, Hidden in Plain Sight, reports The Intercept. Project X is what Titanpointe is known as, and is a 29-storey building in NYC that is "capable of withstanding an atomic blast". The building has no windows, three basement levels, and enough food and supplies to see 1500 people survive two weeks "in the event of a catastrophe".

 

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But it's not like the US government, or whoever the hell funded this massive All Seeing Eye in the middle of New York City cares much about the survival of the people inside - the heavily fortified building is made this way to keep its powerful computers, cables, and switchboards safe. Titanpointe houses "one of the most important telecommunications hubs in the United States - the world's largest center for processing long-distance phone calls, operated by the New York Telephone Company, a subsidiary of AT&T". You know, the same AT&T that just acquired Warner Bros., CNN, and HBO for $80 billion.

 

The Intercept's report is a massively detailed one, if you want to check it out in full, prepare yourself for a very interesting and insightful read. The codename Titanpointe is featured "dozens of times in the NSA documents, often in classified reports about surveillance operations" reports The Intercept. They continued: "The agency uses code names to conceal information it deems especially sensitive - for instance, the names of companies it cooperates with or specific locations where electronic spying is carried out. Such details are usually considered "exceptionally controlled information," a category beyond top secret and thus outside the scope of most of the documents that Snowden was able to obtain".

 

If you're based in New York City and can get a selfie in front of the building, which is located at 33 Thomas Street, virtually next door to the FBI's New York field office, which is over at Federal Plaza, we'll give you one free internet hug.

NEWS SOURCES:Theintercept.com

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