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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) just said NBC News “misrepresented facts and confused the public” in regard to Russian interference in the US election system.
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PolitiHacks At PolitiFact’s 2017 ‘Lie Of The Year’: Russian Election Interference is a ‘Made-Up Story’
The political hacks at PolitiFact named their “Lie Of The Year” for 2017 President Trump’s accurate claim that Russian election interference is a “made-up story.”
While the claim is subjective and Trump was speaking in broad generalities as he alw…
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The revival of the Cold War attitudes between the U.S. and Russia are just the beginning of the an expanding scene of digital vulnerabilities and shocks to the system that could shut down the grid, cut off grocery and supply lines or leave millions without power in the cold. With global tension, the pretext could come from anywhere.
The coming era could be the age of electronic disruption, as ATMs, power grids, bank accounts, Internet servers and other important entities in society are intercepted, taken down, hacked or shut off by criminals and commandos in the ongoing cyberwar. Dissidents will be flagged and cut off from their accounts. Natural disasters will compound with these factors, testing the infrastructure and the integrity of the people themselves, who are in danger of devolving into civil unrest.
With the possibility of outright war with Russia or another power, DARPA is seeking advances in disruptive technologies for this quickly evolving age of electronic warfare that will center around domain dominance in a battlefield that has many complex dimensions. Russia has strategically (more…)
Hysteria in America over accusations that Russian hackers influenced the presidential vote is now spreading to Germany, which is gearing up for its own general … Via Youtube
Ray McGovern: Russia Election Interference Allegations Don’t Add Up | 13 Dec 2016 | The CIA alleged that Russia engaged in hacking in order to help Donald Trump become the next president, but does the evidence back up the accusations? More than a month after his victory, why is the anti-Russia hysteria still being ramped up by the establishment and Democratic Party? And were these hacks – a malicious remote attack – or were they really leaks – when information is physically removed and released by an insider?
Bashar Assad has enormous support both from his people and unarmed opposition groups for his fight against Islamic State, despite the West’s push for regime change in Syria, says Baroness Caroline Cox. The UK House of Lords peer was speaking to RT after meeting the Syrian leader.
Crossbencher [independent or minor party member] Baroness Cox, who visited Damascus as part of a British delegation earlier in September, spoke exclusively to RT about her trip. She said Syrian President Assad himself wants to see democratic change and a strong civil society in the country, but believes that’s unrealistic at the moment unless the threat posed by Islamists is eliminated and Western pressure on the government is stopped.
“My thoughts reflect the voice of the Syrian people who we met, we were in Damascus and Aleppo, we met very many Syrian people, political leaders, faith leaders, Christian and Muslims, and local people,” Cox said. “And they would say that the West plans for regime change, which would be disastrous … and they would become another Iraq.”
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