And There Shall Be Signs: Cyber Attacks to Precede WWIII Nuclear War?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 11:14 AM
March 19, 2013

    Most Americans are probably not aware that preludes to World War III already take place in robot, drone and internet spaces, and, as in all warfare, human beings––not their man-made engineered ‘toys’––are the ones ultimately affected.

Again, under the awareness-radar of most Americans, in 2010 the U.S. teamed up with Israel to organize cyber attacks on Iran’s well-hidden under-ground nuclear plants, thus disabling that country’s plan for nuclear weapons.  And now Iran retaliates by cyber assaults on U. S. banks.

In ‘War With Iran: US and Israel Cyber Warfare Against Iran Is Very Much Underway,‘ Christian Chung of policymic.com writes:

“Beneath the public surface of six-party negotiations, inspections and reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency . . . and repeated promises from Iran and threats from the U.S., a quieter war is already underway.   A covert campaign of assassination, offensive cyber operations, sabotage, and other forms of coercion is being waged among the U.S., Iran, and Israel.

“The e-invasion first came to light in November of last year with the accidental but highly public discovery of the cyber attack that became known as “Stuxnet,” a cyber instrument of war designed to do unprecedented damage to Iran’s ability to control its uranium enrichment via its spinning centrifuges.”

Now China has entered this invisible war by attacking the U.S. in cyberspace too.  In ‘U.S. Demands China Block Cyberattacks and Agree to Rules,’ Mark Landler and David E. Sanger of the New York Times claim:

“The White House demanded Monday that the Chinese government stop the widespread theft of data from American computer networks and agree to ‘acceptable norms’ of behavior in cyberspace.”

That rebuff came after China’s Foreign Minister, “Yang Jiechi, rejected a growing body of evidence that his country’s military was involved in cyberattacks on American corporations and some government agencies.”

Yet the U.S. military thinks this country is still not cyber-ready.  Navy Adm. James G. Stavridis, commander of U.S. European Command and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe, tells Donna Miles of Armed Forces Press Service:

“I think in cyber we find the greatest mismatch between our level of preparation and the level of danger.  This is something that cuts across all parts of government and all parts of society.”

So apparently we are at war, even while in sleep’s stupor.  As Paul demands in his version of Axis and Allies history world war :  “Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light (Ephesians 5:  14).”

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