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FALSE FLAG TERROR | 9/11 | 7/7

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Starseed
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#46 | Posted: 18 Oct 2010 18:46 | Edited by: Starseed
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Cyber attack threat 'could be next Pearl Harbor'
Terrorist cyber attacks on government computer systems and businesses could be "the next Pearl Harbor", the head of Britain's Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) has warned.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/terrorism-in-the-uk/8070236/Cyber-attack-threa t-could-be-next-Pearl-Harbor.html

'Speaking ahead of the Prime Minister's announcement, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, chairman of the ISC, said cyber attacks could pose "very massive problems". He told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "It's not people hacking into private citizens' computers.

"What we're talking about is terrorists being able to actually use cyber methods, for example, to interrupt the National Grid to prevent proper instructions going to power stations, which are under computer control.'

What are MI5 planning now?

The Best bit? Easy - look at the 3 images to accompany this bullshit story (down the right)







It`s so obvious its laughable...
RICHPLANET.NET
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#47 | Posted: 19 Oct 2010 12:46 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
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Starseed:
"What we're talking about is terrorists being able to actually use cyber methods, for example, to interrupt the National Grid to prevent proper instructions going to power stations, which are under computer control.'

The very slimy Mr. Rifkind. He apparently is in the "need to know" loop. What utter crap he speaks. I have worked on, designed and commisioned power station control software and he is talking utter shit.

Most of the technology controlling power stations, use embedded controllers. Microprosessors which run their software out of EEPROM or some other non volatile memory. In other words if you switch them off and back on they will be in a state exactly as they were when manufactured. Viruses do not attack embedded systems. It's like saying everyones washing machine is going to get a virus.

Now there may be systems higher up the chain in control rooms that do use operating systems which are susceptable to viruses, but these would not be connected to the public internet. They are also probably are not running windows operating systems, which means the virus would have to be a bespoke design and installed by somebody who could acceess the plant. In any case the critical elements of control are always done by embedded reliable systems that do not get viruses. Even the device called the PSS (Power System Stablaliser), which controls power flows between different parts of the elctricity grid is an embedded device -or it was when I was at Rolls Royce. It can't get a virus.

It's just total bullshit to think you can get on the internet and stop a power station from working. I just want to kick that slimey little Rifkind shit to knindom come.
Starseed
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#48 | Posted: 19 Oct 2010 16:02
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RICHPLANET.NET:
The very slimy Mr. Rifkind. He apparently is in the "need to know" loop. What utter crap he speaks. I have worked on, designed and commisioned power station control software and he is talking utter shit.

Most of the technology controlling power stations, use embedded controllers. Microprosessors which run their software out of EEPROM or some other non volatile memory. In other words if you switch them off and back on they will be in a state exactly as they were when manufactured. Viruses do not attack embedded systems. It's like saying everyones washing machine is going to get a virus.

Now there may be systems higher up the chain in control rooms that do use operating systems which are susceptable to viruses, but these would not be connected to the public internet. They are also probably are not running windows operating systems, which means the virus would have to be a bespoke design and installed by somebody who could acceess the plant. In any case the critical elements of control are always done by embedded reliable systems that do not get viruses. Even the device called the PSS (Power System Stablaliser), which controls power flows between different parts of the elctricity grid is an embedded device -or it was when I was at Rolls Royce. It can't get a virus.

It's just total bullshit to think you can get on the internet and stop a power station from working. I just want to kick that slimey little Rifkind shit to knindom come.

Cool - Brilliant inside knowledge Rich!

I read somewhere that the 'virus' would have to be on a memory stick and like you said it would involve direct access , so that ties in with your knowledge. Yet more proof that this is all total BULLSHIT as usual.

We should have the "What 'threat' will they think up next" game...
Starseed
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#49 | Posted: 20 Oct 2010 18:28
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Big Brother WILL snoop on your calls and clicks: Ministers resurrect plan to log all communications

Hugely controversial 'Big Brother' plans to store details of every internet click, email and telephone call that we make are being revived by the Coalition, it emerged last night.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1322071/Ministers-resurrect-Big-Brother-plan- log-communications.html#ixzz12v9ie0Gj

If I recall the Tories were not in support of this Labour idea the last time were they? So now they are, and slimy Lib Dems too. It`s almost like they get their orders from the same masters eh?
Starseed
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#50 | Posted: 26 Oct 2010 07:51 | Edited by: Starseed
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HERE WE GO AGAIN.

Turned on the TV at 7.30 to see Armed Police being trained for yet 'MORE' --- 'TERRORIST' attacks. Found the story...

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Police in training for 'Mumbai-style' gun attack in UK

Armed police are having their weapons upgraded and their ammunition increased
UK security chiefs have ordered an acceleration in police training to prepare for any future "Mumbai-style" gun attack in a public place.



A series of counter-terrorism exercises are being held with police marksmen training alongside units of the SAS.

Police armed response units are also being given more powerful weapons.

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RICH - This bit is for you...

Recent intelligence had revealed the early stages of an al-Qaeda plot to carry out co-ordinated attacks in the UK, France and Germany.

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They (??) were planning to copy the 2008 attacks in the Indian city of Mumbai, where 10 gunmen went on a three-day rampage, killing 166 people and injuring more than 300.

The BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner said the UK authorities had been planning for such an attack ever since Mumbai happened.

"David Cameron has taken a personal interest in the problem ever since his first threat assessment given to him when he took office in May.

"Now police armed response units are getting their firepower and their stocks of ammunition increased to deal with multiple terrorists armed with automatic weapons," our correspondent said.

A Whitehall official told the BBC that Metropolitan Police had not been asked to to do this before.

He added that the job of the police would be to contain such a situation while the job of the SAS (Special Air Service), if called upon, would be to resolve it.

Threat level
Former Security Minister Lord West told the BBC the police must be properly trained to deal with such terror attacks.

"These people like the Mumbai terrorists, are a bit like soldiers, they do fire and support, move forward, all they want to do is kill as many people as possible, with slightly heavier weapons than our police have," he said.

"And therefore you have to give heavy weapons to the police and train them how to do it.

"There is no way, except at immense cost, you could have SAS-level trained troops in every part of the country to be able to respond in the timescale you'd need. The police are there and have to do that first response."

Meanwhile, plans are being drawn up for an SAS unit to be stationed in London throughout the 2012 Olympics.

It emerged last month that jihadist fanatics were planning to replicate the Mumbai attacks in Europe.

Western intelligence sources said small teams of militants were planning to seize and kill hostages. It was also reported that recent US drone raids in Pakistan had been targeting the al-Qaeda militants who inspired the plans. (????????!!!!!!!)

UK officials said the plot had not been stopped, but an attack was not expected to be carried out imminently.

The UK national threat remains at severe, where it has been since January, meaning a terrorist attack is thought highly likely.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11622218

And they are already thinking up the next one...
dreamkatcher
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#51 | Posted: 26 Oct 2010 08:36
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When I went to pick up my daughter after a night out in Whitley Bay, about two years ago, there were armed troops patrolling the streets.

It'll happen eventually. I think the above was a trial run,

dk
leprechaun
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#52 | Posted: 26 Oct 2010 14:56 | Edited by: leprechaun
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I know NASA have been predicting a solar storm/flare possibly in the next few years,does anyone think that various satelites could be "flared" to prevent proper coverage of a false flag event,thus eliminating any proper analysis of said event,
dark star
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#53 | Posted: 26 Oct 2010 19:42
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Today on Radio 4 news it said that special police units working with the SAS would deal with any comando style attack.
dark star
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#54 | Posted: 26 Oct 2010 19:49
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leprechaun:
now NASA have been predicting a solar storm/flare possibly in the next few years,does anyone think that various satelites could be "flared" to prevent proper coverage of a false flag event,thus eliminating any proper analysis of said event,

Well anythings possible.

It does seem just as likely that power plants will fail, cutting of electricity to maybe whole swaths of the UK......due to apparent cyber attack.

Result = anarchy,looting ect ect = martial law,curfews ect ect....

Conclusion = everybody is cared shitless and will accept anything = micro chip ect ect..

Who knows ? that,s just 1 of many scenerios.
dreamkatcher
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#55 | Posted: 26 Oct 2010 21:05
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Did anyone see Dispatches on Channel 4 last night, about Iraq?
dreamkatcher
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#56 | Posted: 29 Oct 2010 13:04
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This is raw footage from the interview with chemical engineer,
Mark Basile from the documentary, "9/11: Explosive Evidence -
Experts speak out."

Basile was the first scientist to find thermite in the
World Trade Center dust. Thermite is a pyrotechnic
compound of a metal powder and a metal oxide.

He describes his process of discovery and talks about why
thermite had no business being in that dust...


Video:

http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/page/647.html
dreamkatcher
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#57 | Posted: 29 Oct 2010 13:53
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Re: 911 - WTC 2nd Plane's Wing - now you see it, now you don't....
Posted by: "moontruth101" mlv_liv@yahoo.co.uk moontruth101
Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:14 am (PDT)


very interesting. Also note the front of the 'missile' is quite clearly intact when it comes out the other side. Could only be a uranium tipped missile as far as i know.

--- In Cognoscence@yahoogroups.com, "Andrew Johnson" <ad.johnson@...> wrote:
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> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Msuu8sIHWOA
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> Watch carefully...
>
leprechaun
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#58 | Posted: 29 Oct 2010 17:31
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Yesterday British Airlines call for a decrease in security measures at airports,today there is a bomb scare at East Midlands,think the two may be connected,
Starseed
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#59 | Posted: 29 Oct 2010 18:31
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Bomb scare as suspect package found aboard cargo plane in UK
UPS plane stopped in Britain as two other aircraft searched for suspicious packages in US

A British airport was at the centre of an international terrorism alert today after the discovery of a suspicious package on a cargo flight travelling from Yemen to the US.

An area of East Midlands airport Britain's largest air freight terminal was sealed off after investigators found a suspicious package containing a toner cartridge on a United Parcel Service plane bound for Chicago.

A fucking toner cartridge!

Hey - the threat is not over yet - ooooh no:

The Associated Press reported that the cartridge found in the UK had been manipulated, and that officials found wires attached to it. They were also reported to have found a quantity of white powder.

Initial tests for explosives proved negative, but concerns remained that the nature of the package meant it could be a test run for a bomb.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/oct/29/terrorism-air-transport

It`s a test run! The bastards are coming to get us ! These sneaky terrorists will stop at nothing to blow up a what? Oh, a UPS flight? That should take out a few Parcels then...
Starseed
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#60 | Posted: 29 Oct 2010 18:36 | Edited by: Starseed
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leprechaun:
Yesterday British Airlines call for a decrease in security measures at airports,today there is a bomb scare at East Midlands,think the two may be connected,

You have a good point L. That`s how it works. Especially after this news which could not have gone down well :

'No UK terror arrests in 100,000 searches

More than 100,000 people were stopped and searched by counter terrorism police last year but none of them were arrested for terrorism related offences.


Home office figures published on Thursday showed that only 504 people out of the 101,248 searches carried out were arrested for any offence, the Guardian reported.

These figures correspond to an arrest rate of 0.5%, compared with an average 10% arrest rate for street searches under normal police powers.

The home office report has prompted the former Conservative home affairs spokesman David Davis to call for the controversial policy to be scrapped.

"This astonishing fact of no terrorism-related arrests, let alone prosecutions or convictions, in over 100,000 stop and searches, demonstrates what a massively counter-productive policy this is," believed Davis. '

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/148710.html
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