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NSA Capable Of 'False Flag' Attacks - VIDEO

NSA Capable Of 'False Flag' Attacks - VIDEO


Surveillance agency could expand to fueling mass hysteria.

Kit Daniels
June 20, 2013

Inside a grocery store, empty shelves in every aisle gather dust. Outside, the ATM flickers “OUT OF SERVICE” before finally losing power to a blackout. Water faucets run dry and phone networks disappear.

These are all feasible effects of cyber warfare in a digitally-dependent nation, and it’s not a stretch to see that these are well within the capabilities of the National Security Agency, the agency known for treating the Fourth Amendment as No Such Amendment.

“I’ll talk about what I know, which is offense,” said former NSA employee Charlie Miller to his audience at Defcon in 2010.

For his presentation entitled Kim Jong-il and Me: How to Build A Cyber Army to Attack the U.S., Miller presented a hypothetical proposal to a country (North Korea in this case) on how to wage cyber warfare to control and disrupt American targets including freight shipping, power grids, phone service, air traffic, and even Wall Street.


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It's almost as if

they *need* him to to do it, then they could justify more draconian crackdowns on privacy, civil liberties and the internet.

Much the same way the fbi creates "terrorists", encourages and funds them, then "busts" them in time for the nightly news or for some passing legislation to gain support...

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav