As part of my article on the Fukushima catastrophe, yesterday, I mentioned that I did not consider it to have been an accident.
This article on the Stuxnet virus and the consequences of such phenomena for our world revisits the evidence that Stuxnet had a hand in what happened at Fukushima. I have looked into this in the past and I’m satisfied of its veracity. Here’s part of that article:
In the classic apocalyptic film Terminator, future planet earth is under siege by sentient man-made robots of war seeking to terminate the human race. Autonomous machines created by human beings to destroy human beings. Maximum dystopian, and scary enough as fiction, however, the military industrial complex and the deep state are bringing us ever closer each year to this dark future.
Case in point, the Stuxnet computer worm, developed as a joint U.S-Israeli-British cyber weapon, it is set of malicious computer code which infects a ubiquitous model of programmable logic controllers (PLC’s), commonly used around the world in power plants and factories to mechanically control industrial hardware. PLC’s can tell a fan when to turn on and off, how much of a chemical to add to a product, or for how long to operate an industrial mixer or cooling system. They are the direct link between the cybernetic and the physical world.
Stuxnet was originally designed to seek out and to attack such hardware in Iran’s Natanz nuclear fuel enrichment facility in order to disable centrifuges, thereby disrupting Iran’s capacity to produce nuclear weapons, which it did so successfully in 2010.
“This worm was an unprecedentedly masterful and malicious piece of code that attacked in three phases. First, it targeted Microsoft Windows machines and networks, repeatedly replicating itself. Then it sought out Siemens Step7 software, which is also Windows-based and used to program industrial control systems that operate equipment, such as centrifuges. Finally, it compromised the programmable logic controllers.” [Source]
The attack on Natanz was a covert and illegal act of force, and part of spectrum of tactics employed at that time against Iran’s nuclear bomb making ambitions, including the assassinations of top Iranian nuclear scientists, attacks on Iranian pipelines, an international propaganda campaign, and pressure from the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Stuxnet is uncommonly dangerous in the world of malware, and to the digital detectives who discovered it and the analysts tasked with figuring out what it was, who made, and what it could do, it was their worst case scenario, something they had hoped they would never actually see unleashed unto the world.
“I wouldn’t call it amazement, it was kind of a shock. It went beyond our worst fears, our worst nightmares, and this continued the more we analyzed. The more we researched, the more bizarre the whole story got. It was evident at a very early stage that just given the sophistication of this malware suggested that there must have been a nation-state involved. At least one nation-state involved in the development.” ~Ralph Langer, Control Systems Security Consultant, Zero Days
“Here is a piece of software that should only exist in the cyber realm and it is able to affect physical equipment in a plant or factory and cause physical damage.” ~Eric Chien, Semantec Security Response Team, Zero Days
“Real world physical destruction. At that time things became very scary to us. Here you had malware potentially killing people, and that was something that was always Hollywoodesque to us.” ~Liam O’Murchu, Semantec Security Response Team, Zero Days
Two years after Stuxnet disrupted Iran’s nuclear program, CBS News did a segment on it, interviewing former head of the NSA and former director of the CIA, Retired General Michael Hayden, would say very little about it, except to warn us of the significance that Stuxnet will have on the future of warfare, representing a startling escalation into an entirely new battlefield.
“This was a good idea. All right. I also admit, this was a really big idea, too. The rest of the world was looking at this and saying, clearly someone has legitimated this kind of activity as acceptable in international conduct. The whole world was watching.” ~General Michael Hayden, Retired…
… Although we most likely will never find confirmation, some analysts speculate that Stuxnet was involved in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear meltdown which occurred on 3/11/2011. Evidence for this includes the fact all layers of the power plant’s cooling systems failed, even systems designed to withstand major earthquakes and severe floods. Furthermore, some claim that Stuxnet was found in Japan just prior to the catastrophe, placing it near the scene of the crime.
The unfortunate truth is that we will never know the full details, largely because the Japanese government and TEPCO, the energy agency who operates the plant, are more concerned with stopping information leakage about the disaster and cleanup effort than they are about stopping the leakage of radioactive material.
Never-the-less, Fukushima serves as a shocking blueprint for the coming cyber apocalypse. A target-nation’s critical infrastructure mysteriously goes offline in spite of multiple layers of failsafes and backups, resulting in catastrophic, widespread damage and disruption in densely populated areas. Potentially, as is in the case of nuclear reactors, causing permanent ecological devastation and the indefinite dislocation of millions of people.
“We have entered into a new phase of conflict in which we use a cyber weapon to create physical destruction, and in this case, physical destruction in someone else’s critical infrastructure.” ~ U.S. General Michael Hayden, Retired
End of quote.
The fact that such a cyberweapon would be created should not surprise us.
But what kind of people would trigger a global catastrophe such as Fukushima that potentially threatens all life on the planet? This is where we get into territory most well-meaning people simply cannot countenance or even comprehend; and as a consequence we are ready victims. And we get more than an inkling as to who they are by the silence of the MSM about what is happening.
Graham Hancock has expressed the view that our world is run by demons. I think he’s correct. This behaviour is demonic. David Icke has been pilloried for his claims that there are demonic, shape shifting reptilians who run things. I’ve also looked closely at the evidence for this and I’m satisfied of its veracity. David’s interview with the Zulu Sangoma or shaman, Credo Mutwa is sufficient evidence in and of itself. In my opinion, everyone should watch this long interview. It will profoundly change your perception of reality – if your beliefs don’t stop you hearing the truth.
Can we turn things around? Again, enough of us have to acknowledge the situation and begin to take action, but I remain optimistic, for many reasons.
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