Unfortunately, the mainstream news media deliberately fails to connect the dots when it comes to the capabilities of U.S. foreign policy and the capabilities of the much inferior ISIS terror network. If you believe the government, it misinforms the press, who in turn misinforms us, that the U.S. needs a new CyberSecurity Bill in order to stop ISIS from recruiting young people to join it’s fight against Syria (which, ironically, is America’s latest enemy) and Iraq (which America already destroyed and wants to destabilize even further). The full truth is that, as former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden leaked, the U.S. already has all of the capabilities it needs to silence ISIS and other terror groups online. The U.S. also has the ability to impersonate other countries, as we saw with the obvious North Korea/Sony false flag operation. The following from AnonHQ provides even more details…
Recently released documents by whistle-blower, Edward Snowden, have revealed that the NSA had constructed a far more insidious means of conducting cyber-warfare than we had ever suspected. “From a military perspective, surveillance of the internet is merely ‘Phase 0′ (as in prior to phase 1) in the US digital war strategy.”
A new report by the New York Times and Der Spiegel has revealed that the NSA is engaging in ‘guerrilla warfare’ in the hopes of making its hacking undetectable and untraceable, leaving no evidence that they were behind attacks….
According to Der Spiegel, “the US government is currently undertaking a massive effort to digitally arm itself for network warfare.” And, they report, the NSA and the other ‘five eyes’, “have adopted ‘plausible deniability’ as their guiding principle for internet operations.”
This brings us to North Korea, where the New York Times has reported that the alleged hacking, “must be seen as a response to the 2010 NSA hacking that had long preceded it.”
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Over 100,000 books and manuscripts perished across Iraq’s Anbar Province in a series of fires of the region’s libraries set by the extremist Islamic State (IS) group, the online newspaper Elaph reported Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for “massive” Jewish immigration to Israel in the wake of the shooting at a synagogue in Copenhagen that left a 37-year-old Jewish security guard dead in the attack.
Speaking on Sunday, Feb 15, at the weekly Cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, Netanyahu said Jews deserve to live in security in every country, but he questioned whether Europe could provide it.
He said anti-Semitic attacks “are expected to continue in Europe… where Jews are being murdered because they are Jews.”
The prime minister blamed the attacks on Islamic extremists.
Former French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas’s comments on a TV interview claiming that French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is “under Jewish influence” because his wife is Jewish have raised a furor, and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) strongly condemned Dumas on Wednesday.
Speaking to BFMTV on Monday, Dumas was asked if Valls is “under Jewish influence,” and replied “probably, he has personal relations that cause him to be biased. Everyone knows that he is married to someone, a respected person, by the way, who has influence over him.” Valls’ wife Anne Gravoin is Jewish.
“This bigoted remark by Mr. Dumas will only fan the flames of anti-Jewish prejudice,” said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director. “Conspiracy theories claiming invisible Jewish control of governments are among the pillars of anti-Semitism and a staple of modern-day anti-Semites.”
Highlighting the danger of Dumas’s comments, ADL noted that in its survey of anti-Semitic attitudes world-wide released last May, it found 45% of French respondents agree that “Jews have too much control over global affairs,” and 42% agree with the statement that “Jews have too much control over the United States government.”
Over 80 houses have been flooded and hundreds of Palestinians forced to evacuate after Israel opened the gates of several dams on the border with the Gaza Strip, inundating the Gaza Valley in waters up to 3 meters high.
In the wake of a recent severe winter storm in the region, Israeli authorities opened the floodgates to discharge the accumulated water. Residents of eastern Gaza reported injuries as well as deaths of livestock and poultry, caused by the Israeli action which allegedly came without prior notification, Gaza’s Civil Defense Directorate (CDD) said Sunday.
The Syrian government has said a Turkish incursion into the north of the country was an act of “flagrant aggression.” Damascus said it would hold Ankara responsible after they went into Syria to evacuate personnel and relics from a holy tomb.
Syria said the Turkish government had informed the Syrian
consulate in Istanbul about its plans regarding the tomb of
Suleyman Shah in northern Syria. Shah was the grandfather of the
founder of the Ottoman Empire.
However, Turkey didn’t wait for permission from Damascus and
mounted a rescue operation to the tomb, to salvage its relics and
evacuate 40 Turkish soldiers who had been guarding it.