Stuxnet: False Flag for Net Neutrality? Don’t worry, the FCC will regulate

Posted on January 18, 2011 by


In the featured video, former national security director Richard Clarke talks about Stuxnet virus and the problems the Iranian’s had with it.  This virus is being used as an excuse to give Obama the internet kill switch.  What is not being stated here is that Stuxnet is not an internet born virus.  It had to be intorduced manually to the iranian computer systems.

Iranian Defense Minister Brig.-Gen. Ahmad Vahidi said the Stuxnet worm is “internet terrorism,” Iranian news service ISNA reported Wednesday. source : Jeruselam Post

Then he goes on to discuss a power plant that the government experimented on and he contends almost blew up a power generator in the power plant before the “Experimentation” was halted. (The generator did infact blow up.)   Expermentation with what, a False Flag Trial Run?  Why would the US government target an operating LIVE REAL WORLD facility to conduct test like this? The US has the resources to run these test on a facility that could have been 100% controlled event.  Perhaps we should ask a Guatemalan with Syphilis.  Perhaps we can phone them from a vessel in the Gulf of Tonkin.  That is as soon as we have finished tripping on LSD.

Questions are being raised about the involvement of U.S. government researchers in the creation of a digital weapon that experts believe may have sabotaged centrifuges at a uranium-enrichment plant in Iran. Source : Wired Magazine

Behind Dimona’s barbed wire, the experts say, Israel has spun nuclear centrifuges virtually identical to Iran’s at Natanz, where Iranian scientists are struggling to enrich uranium. They say Dimona tested the effectiveness of the Stuxnet computer worm, a destructive program that appears to have wiped out roughly a fifth of Iran’s nuclear centrifuges and helped delay, though not destroy, Tehran’s ability to make its first nuclear arms. The New York Times.

In the wake of the Stuxnet worm, lawmakers are considering whether the Department of Homeland Security should have increased authority to protect the nation’s critical infrastructure and whether private sector organizations should be required to report attacks. Source : SC Magazine

The Times also spelled out other clues it said “suggest[ed] that the virus was designed as an American-Israeli project to sabotage the Iranian programme.” Source : Tech World

DHS also teamed up with private industry to conduct investigations on the mysterious Stuxnet worm, which targeted Iran’s critical infrastructure this summer, according to a report on.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates yesterday released a new memorandum of agreement on cybersecurity, which was created to coordinate and improve efforts to secure the nation’s critical digital infrastructure. Source : Information Week.

And if you have any questions about the US and Gates possibly knowing what may be going on in Dimona nuclear reactor facility prior to Stuxnet being unveiled. Here is what was reported on May 5th 2010 after the Obama administration made its public statement about Israel and US relations, again this is prior to Stuxnets’ release in Iran’s nuke facility.

There is no reason to fear any change in US policy regarding the Dimona nuclear reactor, Defense Minister Ehud Barak reiterated Tuesday, echoing comments made the previous day on the issue. Source : The Jerusalem Post