(We) Are The News and significance of 11-11-18 - the 100th anniv. of Armistice Day (related to IP DIG)

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Digging on the Florida company fronting all these DoD domains and getting some very interdasting results.

Looks like the vast majority are hosted on military intelligence operations. Fort Huachuca, AZ is a huge intel center out west and has a bunch, the DIA in DC, as well as Ashburn, VA and most are at a DoD Supply Center in Whitehall, OH (Columbus).

No idea what it all means, but any MI related is moar interdasting up in here.

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what immediately jumped to mind:

11-11-18 = Nov. 11, 2018

100th Anniversary of Armistice:

The Allied powers signed a ceasefire agreement with Germany at Compiégne, France, at 11:00 a.m. on November 11, 1918, bringing the war now known as World War I to a close.



Mayotte DIGG

Remember the mysterious wave happening every 17secs?

They never found out the reason (said later it was volcanic, but natural phenomenon aren't that exact)




Macron Armistice Day speech

like a throwdown from DS - a week later, Yellow Vest movement started and never stopped until covid stopped it.

I recorded the speech and posted it - seemed VERY significant, like a marker, can't find that post right now, but here is the key stuff:

from qresear.ch:

#3849175 at 2018-11-11 15:08:09 (UTC+1)

Q Research General #4893: When it Pains, it Shills Edition

Macron: 'Nationalism Is a Betrayal of Patriotism'

French President Emmanuel Macron warned against the dangers of nationalism in a speech aimed directly at the rising tide of populism in the United States and Europe.

With U.S. President Donald Trump and other world leaders looking on during an armistice day centennial observance in Paris on Sunday, Macron said the "ancient demons" that caused World War I and millions of deaths are growing stronger.

The French leader said: "Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism.

In saying 'Our interests first, whatever happens to the others,' you erase the most precious thing a nation can have, that which makes it live, that which causes it to be great and that which is most important: Its moral values."