Thursday, January 31, 2008

"Cyber Storm" Pegs Bloggers, Reporters as Terrorists

"Cyber Storm" Pegs Bloggers, Reporters as Terrorists

Kurt Nimmo
Truth News
January 31, 2008

In heavily redacted documents released by the Ministry of Homeland Security, we learn that the State Department, Pentagon, Justice Department, CIA, National Security Agency and other leviathan agencies consider "hackers, bloggers and even reporters" a threat to national security.

In "dozens of detailed, mock disasters," the Associated Press reports, these "villains" launch "electronic attacks" against "computers at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey." Adding to the treason, a "major news network" refuses to air its sources when reporting the fictional attacks, as of course we know the media is expected to serve the state. In the real, non-Bushzarro world, of course, the corporate media would never run such a story, but never mind, the Ministry would have us believe it is the 1970s, back when newspapers on occasion ran investigative journalism.

"The $3 million, invitation-only war game simulated what the U.S. described as plausible attacks over five days in February 2006 against the technology industry, transportation lines and energy utilities by anti-globalization hackers," the Associated Press continues. In other words, as the Ministry would have it, "plausible attacks" come not from an imaginary al-Qaeda, the CIA created terror group, but rather from people opposed to the globalist plan to turn the world into a slave plantation based on the China model.

Other enemies are likely enumerated in the document, not that we will ever know because the "government censored most of the 328 pages it turned over."

On the other hand, the government wants you to know bloggers are suspect and would "reveal locations of railcars with hazardous materials," while reporters can be easily "duped into spreading 'believable but misleading' information" that would lead to "confusing the public and financial markets."

All the more reason to destroy what's left of the Constitution and impose martial law, no doubt.

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