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June 16, 2019
Kremlin Ponders American Threat To Attack “Unhackable” Russian Power Grid
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A worrisome new Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) report circulating in the Kremlin today confirming Ambassador Anatoly Antonov’s assessment that improvement of Russian-United States relations requires efforts on combating Russophobia, states that this racist anti-Russia “mental disorder” permeating America is displaying itself once again via a New York Times article claiming that US defense-intelligence agencies have planted some kind of computer code into Russia’s electrical grid to bring it down—an “act of war” if true, but stands against the fact that this grid is impervious to any kind of hacking as it operates solely on non-computer analogue electronics and electromechanical control systems—and was a propaganda incitement screed so devoid of truth, even President Donald Trump himself railed against it a few hours ago by stating: “Anything goes with our Corrupt News Media today. They will do, or say, whatever it takes, with not even the slightest thought of consequence! These are true cowards and without doubt, THE ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!” [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, once the United States unilaterally withdrew from the P-5+1 Iran Nuclear Agreement, wherein Iran agreed to send its stockpile of enriched uranium to Russia, the ending of this treaty resulted in Russia shipping all of this enriched uranium back to the Iranians—thus giving the Iranians everything they needed to build nuclear weapons if they so chose to—and greatly complicating anyone’s plan to attack them.
So angered were “certain elements” within the United States about Iran getting back their enriched uranium, this report notes, they’ve maintained a steady and aggressive military stance against Russia—but never “crossing the line to war”—that is until earlier today when the New York Times published their article titled “U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia’s Power Grid”—wherein they cited numerous unnamed US defense and intelligence officials giving exact details on how they had planted malicious computer codes in the Russian electrical grid to bring it down—an “act of war” whose details of released to the New York Times amount to outright treason against the United States for those revealing their nation’s top secrets—and whose consequence of allows Russia to legally retaliate by any means necessary to protect itself.
The “fatal flaw” in this New York Times propaganda screed, though, this report continues, is the fact that the Russian Federation National Energy Grid relies solely on non-computer analogue electronics and electromechanical control systems for all of its electrical transmission functions making them impervious to any kind of computer virus and/or hacking—and that, also, sees all control rooms and transmission centers being equipped with the Russian made computer operating system Astra Linux [English], as no Western technology of any kind is permitted to be used.
So concerned has Russia been about Western computer viruses and hacking, in fact, this report says, the Ministry of Defense has been rapidly changing all of its computer systems from Windows systems to Astra Linux, too—with it further to be noted that the Federal Service for Technical and Export Control granted Astra Linux the security clearance “Of Special Importance”, which means this operating system can now be used to handle Russian government information of the highest degree of secrecy—with the exception of some Russian intelligence services who still use “unhackable” typewriters.
With the Russian government having published new rules [English] mandating that all foreign communications satellite operators pass their transmissions through gateway ground stations monitored by computer intelligence experts, this report further notes, these absurd claims made by the New York Times become even more improbable to believe—but which may be the true point of this article, as its chilling subtext riding beneath this outrageous claim of shutting down Russia’s power grid describes a US military and intelligence establishment operating out of the control of President Trump—as evidenced by its saying such things as “Trump was not briefed in detail on the program out of fear that he would spill secrets to Russians as he did with classified information to the Russian ambassador and foreign minister during an Oval Office meeting in 2017”—and—“the action inside the Russian electric grid appears to have been conducted under little-noticed new legal authorities, slipped into the military authorization bill passed by Congress last summer...and under this law, those actions can now be authorized by the defense secretary without special presidential approval”.
To any nation in the world contemplating, like the New York Times asserts, that President Trump is not in full control of his military and intelligence services, this report concludes, explains why Trump cried out against the “Global Effort to Take Trump Down” forces by declaring about them “They will do, or say, whatever it takes, with not even the slightest thought of consequence! These are true cowards and without doubt, THE ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!”—and whom one can only hope Trump can defeat with the largest campaign war chest ever amassed in US presidential history that now tops over $100 million—that stands opposed to the miniscule $11 million raised by Obama for his re-election bid and the paltry $2.4 million raised by Bush for his at the exact same time in their presidencies that Trump is at now.
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