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Today, Oct. 4, 2021 (Updated)

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I won’t be able to put this out every day, but I do need a vehicle to gang the news, it’s coming out so fast. My thanks to Len, D and Brian for their research.

This post will be dynamic. Even though it’s not finished and I may add to it over the course of the day, I want to get it up now because it’s been said that Facebook, etc., are now down and “war” looms with China. 

Remember: War is for the purpose of declaring martial law. Martial law is for the purpose of announcing the fall of the cabal and the return of the Republic.

Please bear in mind that I’m restaging and resetting both my new computer and my iPhone. To say I am at the edge of my capabilities, patience, and energy is no exaggeration. My posting may be a bit rough for a while.

I’m posting the latest story first.

Urgent – Social Media Down Over 75% Of The Planet

Simon Parkes’ Blog, Oct. 4, 2021


Urgent – Social media down over 75% of planet.

Don’t panic white hat operation.

Be calm.

There will be no real war.

This is the actions that so many of you have waited for.

I warned during my last podcast.

I gave the dates so hopefully you have all prepared.

Unless the plan changes dramatically, expect US and U.K. to lose all communication soon.

Remember: No nuclear weapons can be exploded in space or in anger.  What is happening right now is in aid of the takedown of the cabal. The “outbreak of war” is so that martial law can be declared and the public informed of the takedown of the deep state/Illuminati/cabal.  With that rider:

Taiwan Says It’s Preparing for War as China Sends a Record 52 Warplanes Into Taiwan Airspace

By Joe Hoft, Gateway Pundit, Oct. 4, 2021(

Just two days after its last record-breaking set of military flights around the island of Taiwan, China sent its largest-ever single wave of warplanes into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ) on Monday. In total, 52 Chinese People’s Liberation Army aircraft breached Taiwan’s ADIZ.

In response to the pattern of increased military pressure from China, Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said in an interview with Australia’s ABC News that his country is prepared to fight back if China attacks.

In total, the Chinese military flights on Monday included 36 J-16 and Su-30 fighter jets, 12 nuclear-capable H-6 bombers, 2 Y-8 anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft and two KJ-500 airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft.

The tiny island nation reported the following on Twitter:

Taiwan Military On Red Alert.

Simon Parkes’ Blog, Oct. 4, 2021

Taiwan military on Red Alert

As Finance Minister warns that war with China can’t be stopped.

Chinese war planes enter Taiwan air space.

QFS In South Africa.

Simon Parkes Blog, Oct. 4, 2021


I watched it live on my phone filmed from the steps of our governments head office on a Youtube livestream via Australia. The sound was windy as it was all mobile phones but they read out the 120 page damning document proving the existence of the White Spiritual Boy and Swissindo stolen gold from Africa and issued a press release here and here

No doubt MSM will cover nothing of it and it’s difficult to say what will happen but we cannot deny SOMETHING big is going down.

Tik Tok is reportedly down as well.

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp hit by global outage

Services for all three Facebook-owned social networks went down just before noon ET

CBC News · Posted: Oct 04, 2021 12:45 PM ET (

Facebook and Facebook-owned apps Instagram and WhatsApp have been hit by an outage on Monday affecting users around the world.

Users around the world reported being unable to log into any of the services a little before noon eastern time on Monday. The website Downdetector, which collates complaints about web outages, said there were more than 30,000 Canadians complaining about an outage. Instagram logged 21,000 reports of outages, while there were at least 14,000 reports about WhatsApp in Canada alone.

Reports of similar outages emerged throughout the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia.

About 30 minutes after it began, Facebook acknowledged the outage in a tweet, saying that around the world some “people are having trouble accessing Facebook app. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience.”

The outage comes as the social media giant is once again coming under intense scrutiny for the way it does business.

Last week, it halted plans to develop a version of its photo and video sharing app Instagram designed specifically for children.

Then over the weekend, a former manager blew the whistle on the company’s involvement in feeding the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

The whistleblower, Frances Haugen, will tell her story to U.S. lawmakers tomorrow.


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