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Kremlin: Russia Faces Unprecedented Cyber-Threats from The US

  • The collapse of the western financial system is being planned. IMO, a false flag cyber attack of the western financial system will happen and Russia will be blamed. Imagine: all the banks, ATMs, funds transfer network …. all going offline, your bank accounts suddenly set to ZERO, all your savings disappear …. you get the idea. It is, of course, a pretext for all out nuclear WW3.
  • Kremlin: Russia Faces Unprecedented Cyber-Threats from The US
    US aggressiveness is growing, and threats to carry out cyberattacks against Russia are unprecedented, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said, adding that Russia will take “precautionary measures.”

    “The fact is, US unpredictability and aggression keep growing, and such threats against Moscow and our country’s leadership are unprecedented, because the threat is being announced at the level of the US Vice President,”
    Peskov told RIA Novosti. “Of course, given such an aggressive, unpredictable line, we have to take measures to protect our interests, somehow hedge the risks,” he said, adding that “such unpredictability is dangerous for the whole world.”

    US Vice President Joe Biden said on Friday that Washington is ready to respond to hack attacks allegedly conducted by Russia and designed to interfere with the upcoming US elections.

    “Why haven’t we sent a message yet to Putin,”
    Chuck Todd, host of the “Meet the Press” show on NBC, asked Joe Biden. “We are sending a message [to Putin]… We have a capacity to do it, and…” “He’ll known it?” Todd interfered. “He’ll know it. It will be at the time of our choosing, and under the circumstances that will have the greatest impact,” the US vice president replied. 

    His threats coincided with an NBC News report citing “current and former officials,”claiming that the CIA is planning a “clandestine” cyberattack on Russia in retaliation for its alleged efforts to influence the US elections against Hillary Clinton. The “wide-ranging operation” is meant to “embarrass” Russia’s leadership, NBC News reported.

    The report claimed to have direct knowledge of the situation, saying the CIA had been tasked with providing options to the White House.

    WikiLeaks, however, has expressed doubt over the seriousness of the report about the “clandestine” cyberwar on Russia. “If the US ‘clandestine’ pending cyberwar on Russia was serious: 1) it would not have been announced 2) it would be the NSA [National Security Agency] and not the CIA,” WikiLeaks wrote on Twitter.

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October 17, 2016 - Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , ,

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