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Andrew Pontbriand | July 15, 2015; (Jade Helm Day)

UPDATE: 8:30 pm Est | We have received confirmation from a T-Mobile employee that T-Mobile’s Service went down “nation wide for 15 minutes.” This article, with the official data map from Down Detector, showed coverage losses for AT&T. This now confirms the reports that multiple carriers experienced disruptions from a “computer glitch.” I want to also point out that the Flight radar tracker also experienced a glitch a few times today as well. So, my reports were accurate, and this all happened on the first day of Jade Helm. 


Today is a very important day in history, as one of the most anticipated, feared, and probably misunderstood drills of all time starts. Today, Jade Helm 15 goes live, and the Artificial Intelligence Interface will essentially begin it’s transition to taking over the Military as a new “command prompt.”

We will have a full report covering what Jade Helm is, and isn’t later today.


Is Jade Helm to blame for today’s cellular outages?

As of now though, right in line with the launch of Jade, which in short, is an A.I. Quantum Computing System, Cellular service has been dropping at an unprecedented rate. First, it seemed the State of California was targeted, but according to Down Detector, it seems as though this has started to spread across the country, so far limited mostly to AT&T, however reports are beginning to come in about other service providers having issues.celluklar outages jade helm military drills

Jade Helm has the capability to control or break into any system, autonomously, that a human could have access too. Basically, anything we can do, Jade can do better, faster, and it’s likely it can do it completely undetected.

Is Jade Helm already “switched on,” and is it having an effect on the cell towers? Last week, we saw a day of glitches that effected the Stock Market, the Wall Street Journal, and United Airlines, among other things. Some have speculated Jade may have been turned on or activated briefly for a test run, and possibly went “right to work.”

We will keep a close eye on these service disruptions. So far, the media hasn’t picked up on these reports.

This article may be re-posted with full attribution to the author, and leaving all links in tact.

Andrew Pontbriand is an Activist, the Founder and Writer for The Resistance Journals, as well as a contributor to the Activist Post and Political Junkie. Andrew is also the Author of the eBook “Escape From Tyranny,” which will be released in print this summer. Full Bio on Muck Rack.

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  1. Gypsy boy says:

    All i know is i wont go out with out a fight no one and i mean no one is going to take my guns or take my wife kids out of my home me and my whole block have been talking about this and we are prepared for anything we will lock down block and fight for are right’s as Americans i dint lose #2 brothers and my uncle in wars fighting for are freedom just to have are country turn on us so i say to you all dont lay down my fellow Americans stand tall remember the land of the free and the home of the brave

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  2. […] The Resistance Journals – As Jade Helm Goes Live, Cellular Service Fades Across the Country (AT&T) […]

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  3. judy says:

    all of us are down in louisville ky

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  4. Steve Royalty says:

    I have no signal from AT&T this 3:30 CST today 8/4/2015

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  5. Carol says:

    Today Aug. 4, 2015. Most of Ky lost AT&T service.

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  6. Nancy says:

    Look at that picture, it is overload people!

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