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Offline Ron - Calif.

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Clandestine stations
« on: February 23, 2022, 2028 UTC »
The South Korean National Intelligence Service (NIS) operates both Voice of the People and also Echo of Hope - VOH. Before 1973,
Echo of Hope - VOH, was the Voice of Unification.

- - - - per https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shortwave_radio :

"Sporadic or non-traditional users of the shortwave bands may include:

Clandestine stations. These are stations that broadcast on behalf of various political movements such as rebel or insurrectionist forces.
They may advocate civil war, insurrection, rebellion against the government-in-charge of the country to which they are directed. Clandestine
broadcasts may emanate from transmitters located in rebel-controlled territory or from outside the country entirely, using another country's
transmission facilities."

 

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