The Ulster Volunteer Union Undernet (Mercenary Darknet)

You may have heard a rumor, about “the darknet”, “deckers”, “mercnet”, “backdoors”, “starjammers”, “phone phreaking”, or maybe even “the men in black”.

The concept is insidious, and involves the restaurant chain, Wendy’s, their prime method of calculating missions attempted per paycheck, always a “buck”, one thousand dollars of currency at your locality, the hard and fast price, with the small French fry from Wendy’s at local pricing out of three units, indicating the number of missions attempted, on a meal of division of fraction for your “safety rates” of network attempt.

The cargo mercantile unions of Canada, with their harbors and docks and oil networks, have computer systems manned by “tall people”, Germans and Irish and Nordic breeds from Monaghan County, Ireland, the only portion of Ulster Ireland to remain inside Green Ireland. Just south of North Ireland, these networks are also active in the United States, Mexico, and Australia, linked by satellite phones at Royal Mounted Patrol headquarters sets, used for “bathroom salts”, the Ulster term for the plumbing management centers, out of water and power.

They are encoded with Arabic print bar scanner, called ‘Nipsy’ in local slang, an Islamic variant of a language used by grocery store clerks at gas stations, liquor stores, cigarette vendors, and small food chains featuring Islamic culture. The proliferation of these devices guarantees a constant influx of potential scan technology to a mercnet hacker, the “underdark”, featured in their gaming products, such as Dungeons and Dragons, Shadowrun, Cyberpunk, and Marvel Animated Universe related games, but not “GURPS” (n00b, their family fun, not to be shared in ruleset outside the family sitdown, a savage and vicious protected secret of each family’s trade and track for a GURPS game).

Using ‘wire coffins’, scanners placed near cellphone towers with beacon devices to “jam radar” into the phone networks for “burner phones”, hopping on phone signals to communicate contract “scores” through their gaming supply corporate offices and headquarters, they operate as “spiders”, the concept both figurative and literal, their hardsites, “points”, defended by tarantulas and widows and “serpents nests”, stinging flies, with “ointnums” to mark a “narc” in the ear for a bee buzz “out a window”, when walking outside.

Owing no allegiance, besides the marked income territory tracker of the Wendy’s small french fry, and the currency evaluation of market to the “buck”, the one thousand dollar market note, for palpability of market if operating inside, to calculate the safety fraction of hard currency of short pass – the hidden denomination traded on short access for a “job”, a real life gig while working undernet missions, before returning to Nova Scotia, their collective hub of access and influence.

They are the Orangemen, enemy of MI-6 and Sinn Fein and the Royal Irish Navy, occasional Mossad mercenaries and CIA targets by virtue of a test of honor at becoming an undernet runner.

The problem is, what if the put an undernet beacon on you, for no reason?

Then you snitch, and write this little document.

Published by cheater120

Consider me an expert in information munitions. I practice Zazen meditation, Yakuza Trappist form (a Yakuza, games cheat, and Trappist, a counter-agent), as a Bonafuda, a mercantile salesmen of information through philosophy, literature, fiction, and academics, distributed as munitions technique deployed for the purpose apparent to you, unless of course you have violated the ethics of my piece, in which case you will be trapped inside a theft of the piece and an action within the boundaries of the violation you have committed in Benedictine culture, the Jewish affiliate within Catholic culture. Buyer beware, and these poems, are free.

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