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Elite Criminal Cartel to Loot Taxpayers in the Name of Cyber Security

February 26, 2012
Shepard Ambellas, The Intel Hub

American policy makers are in a state of high alert over recent cyber threats.

Recently there has been a string of malicious hacks on governmental websites suggesting one of two things — either the attacks are legitimate and pose an actual treat to our national security from a cyber standpoint, or the attacks are staged in an attempt to further control the general public by tightening internet regulations which will in turn restrict access to vital news and information.

Take a recent quote from Leon Panetta stating;

“The next Pearl Harbor we confront could very well be a cyber attack that cripples our power systems, our grid”. 

Panetta’s statement stands out, and for good reason.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. February 26, 2012 4:36 pm

    Well, we let the fox into the hen house. In fact Sharon demanded that Bush appoint Israeli expert to our new National Security systems we were developing. Bush did. Same for the Central Bank. How stupid or crocked can we be???? The only way to find our way out of this labyrinth is to work only with peace activities and people hoping for peace. And have full transparency. Start by checking every “expert” that want to run our confidential places. It was this idea of a Global Market and the Neocon American Century that got us into this. So lets get out. Not from trade relations but political alliances so clearly disliked by the Founders. Get of this “good hearted people we take in any one” Blarney, those that proposed and propose this are doing so for self interest in cheep labor and VOTES.

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