Unusual Volume of Call Contracts Traded, Suspicion Rises

Shepard Ambellas and Alex Thomas
The abnormally high volume of call contracts that were traded in the last few days is highly suspicious and should be investigated. Before 9/11 we saw the sell off of American Airlines stock and in the weeks leading up to the BP oil spill we saw the same with Goldman Sachs. While this could simply signify a buyout of Qwest by another entity, we can not rule out the possibility that this is a positioning play for a future false flag cyber attack, used to shut down the internet and move to what is known as the internet 2 system.
The ruling elite have eagerly awaited the launch of the internet 2 system. They want nothing more then to implement the total systematic dismantlement of the internet to stop the flow of real information to the people of the world.

Further research of the internet 2 reveals that Qwest has a big hand in this new system, a system that is intended to be a total and completely controlled, limited, and monitored form of the internet, allowing only massive corporate websites to operate on a subscription type basis.

The internet 2 will be a glorified cable TV service, essentially letting you surf only what the government allows you to.

Quest- Google Finance
Internet2 Industry Membership

Alternative news sites will be a thing of the past as the uncontrolled media, due to the lock down of the internet, no longer has the ability to survive.
At the very least we need this information to go viral, the more people who are aware of these deals the better. We might be able to stop or derail a future event by spreading this information to all our personal contacts. The use of social networks such as Twitter, Youtube, and Facebook can be an extremely effective tool.
Montagraph has already done some impressive ground work on the situation. Please check out the interview Monty did with investigative reporter DallasGoldBug:
Unusual volume of call contracts was traded today. There were 576,683 call contracts traded compared to the ten day average volume of 58,125 contracts. On the put side, 41 put contracts exchanged hands. Today’s traded Put/Call ratio is 0.00. There were 14065.44 calls traded for each put contract.
The following alerts were raised:
– Unusual Call Volume
– Low Put/Call Ratio
– 3 Month Record High Call Volume
The ratio skew implies that investors are hedging their positions in anticipation of a stock move. Today’s unusual volume activity confirms that traders are rebalancing their portfolios.
Shares of Qwest Communications International closed at $5.83 in the previous trading session and opened today at $5.82. Q is currently trading at $5.82, down $0.01 (-0.17%) in today’s trading session. The shares of the stock are trading between $5.79 and $5.86. Today’s volume of 20,740,102 shares is less than the average volume of 28,253,200 shares. The technical momentum Relative Strengh Index indicator shows overbought conditions. Q is trading above the 50 day moving average and higher than the 200 day moving average. The stock’s 52 week low is $3.30 and 52 week high is $5.85.

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