She comes from a country that has a history of large scale and highly aggressive espionage directed against the United States and she appears to continue to have close ties to her birthplace. Dr. Kass has become a naturalized American while apparently retaining her Israeli citizenship and her three children were reportedly born in Israel, not the United States. The information she has access to would be extremely valuable to Israel and potentially damaging to US interests, particularly as she likely knows what the US Air Force response to a unilateral Israeli attack on Iran would be.Israeli Threat Spikes Our Oil Prices, We Pay More For This
"Dr. Kass was a key participant in the development of the national strategy for combating terrorism, as well as the national military strategic plan for the Global War on Terrorism."Like war-gaming the Zionist and Neocon fantasy of attacking Iran?
Project CHECKMATE is a "highly confidential strategic planning group tasked with 'fighting the next war' as tensions rise with Iran" that was "quietly established" by the U.S. Air Force in June 2007 as a "successor to the group that planned the 1991 Gulf War's air campaign."
"Dr. Lani Kass is Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. As the senior civilian assistant to CSAF, Dr. Kass is the principal adviser on policy and strategy and formulates, develops, implements, and communicates the policies, programs and goals of the Air Force.
"Dr. Lani Kass, a former major in the Israeli air force, is Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force, and Director of the CSAF’s Cyberspace Task Force, Washington, D.C.
1971 BA in poli-sci and russian area studies, summa cum laude, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
1976 Phd, Kaplan School of .. Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Columbia U of international affairs
It is noteworthy that Air Force Cyber-Warfare guru Dr. Lani Kass, who had recently been an Israeli Air Force Major, first came to the United States as a defense contractor in 1981, the halcyon period of the Israeli spy ring inside the Pentagon and Reagan administration. , Reagan National Security Council Middle East expert Douglas Feith was fired from his job after he was suspected of passing classified information to an Israeli embassy contact. Feith was re-hired at the Pentagon by his old friend Richard Perle. Kass now serves as the Air Force's chief cyber-warfare guru and she also specializes in information operations deception. Along with Air Force General Lawrence Stuztriem, Kass is involved in Operation Checkmate, operational planning for a U.S. military attack on Iran.
U.S. troops would enforce peace under Army study The Washington Times September 10, 2001Author: Rowan Scarborough;THE WASHINGTON TIMES
"Wildcard. Ruthless and cunning. Has capability to target U.S. forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act."
From the day before 9/11, the Washington Times prints an article concerning an US Army study. Within the study these army officers state of the Israeli Mossad that they can target US Forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act. Think of that the next time you think the FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB of 9/11 was conducted by Muslims.
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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon has adopted a new strategy that will classify major cyber attacks as acts of war, paving the way for possible military retaliation, "If you shut down our power grid, maybe we will put a missile down one of your smokestacks," it quoted a military official as saying.
The newspaper, citing three officials who had seen the document, said the the strategy would maintain that the existing international rules of armed conflict — embodied in treaties and customs — would apply in cyberspace.
It said the Pentagon would likely decide whether to respond militarily to cyber attacks based on the notion of "equivalence" — whether the attack was comparable in damage to a conventional military strike.
The decision to formalize the rules of cyber war comes after the Stuxnet attack last year ravaged Iran's nuclear program. That attack was blamed on the United States and Israel, both of which declined to comment on it.
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