Friday, March 15, 2013

"Who's Peeking Into My Computer?"



Pentagon increases Cyber command fivefold


If the witch Hillary says its so, it must be true!

Not content using the FBI and NSA to constantly spy on Americans, our hijacked and out of control lunatic government is now waging battle against 'We the People' on another front, the U.S. Cyber Command.
The Defense Department is establishing a series of cyber teams charged with carrying out offensive operations to combat the threat of an electronic assault on the United States that could cause major damage and disruption to the country's vital infrastructure, a senior military official said Tuesday.

Gen. Keith Alexander, the top officer at U.S. Cyber Command, warned during testimony that the potential for an attack against the nation's electric grid and other essential systems is real and more aggressive steps need to be taken by the federal government and the private sector in order to improve digital defenses.

Alexander told the Senate Armed Services Committee that foreign leaders are deterred from launching cyberattacks on the United States because they know such a strike could be traced to its source and would generate a robust response.

Alexander said 13 cyber teams are being formed for the mission of guarding the nation in cyberspace. He described them as "defend-the-nation" teams but stressed their role would be offensive. In comments to reporters after the hearing, Alexander likened the teams' duties to knocking an incoming missile out of the sky before it hits a target. He also said the teams would work outside the United States, but he did not say where.

He also said another 27 cyber teams are being established to support the military's warfighting commands while others will protect Defense Department's computer systems and data.
Source: NPR

13 Cyber Teams? There's 12 cities that have Federal Reserve counterfeiting operations. Add in the Evil Empire's home in DC and you get 13 cities. Coincidence?

What kind of 'threats' do these loonies see for the U.S?
If an attacks effects cause physical damage to control systems, pumps, engines, generators, controllers, etc., the unavailability of parts and manufacturing capacity could mean months to years are required to rebuild and reestablish basic infrastructure operation.
Months or years to rebuild vitally needed pumps that supply such necessities as drinking water and remove waste?

Welcome to the 3rd world, America. While you waste away from lack of fresh drinking water and you're shitting outside in a five gallon bucket, the Pentagon will go on its merry way, blasting into oblivion people who mean us no harm, but who Israel or Wall Street have determined are enemies.

Check out their very strange emblem, and notice the numbers around the edge?

US_CyberCommand

The text "9ec4c12949a4f31474f299058ce2b22a", which is located in the command's emblem, is the MD5 hash of their mission statement.

Except that MD5 "... "should be considered cryptographically broken and unsuitable for further use."

Sounds like a typical Big Government program. Sell us something that's already obsolete, then demand more money when it breaks so they can fix it.

Each of the four branches of the military already have a Cyber Command, but that's not enough for our rapacious government.

Not content with grabbing around 50% of America's budget, the war mongers at the Pentagon now want to create a separate branch of 'cyber warriors' to keep us safe.

Safe from whom? Wall Street and the FED?

Not letting a manufactured crisis go to waste, Cyber Command is warning of dire consequences of they don't get more money!

NIST taking part in another FALSE FLAG, this time on the Internet.

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