Saturday, March 3, 2012

This Is Insane: Former CIA Chief Lauds (Praises) Stuxnet Virus Use Against Iran! (And What About Fukushima?)

It is a fact, readers, that the criminal and terrorist state of Israel, along with their compliant slaves in the United States, created the insidious Stuxnet virus several years ago, to be used as a weapon against nations such as Iran.   The Stuxnet virus attaches itself to Siemens safety systems computer software, primarily in nuclear power stations, and is designed to prevent automatic systems from coming on line in case of serious malfunctions, primarily if the reactors are in danger of losing either containment or proper cooling.  This virus also gives any operators wrong data and thus prevents them from manually taking over when the automatic systems malfunction.

What is now known is that the Israelis were able to sneak the Stuxnet virus into the Siemens safety control systems of the Iranian nuclear power station at Bushehr.  Luckily the Iranians discovered the virus before any significant damage to the reactor took place.

What is also now known is that the Stuxnet virus somehow also got into the Siemens safety control systems at the failed Fukushima nuclear power station in Japan.  The Stuxnet virus attack on Fukushima has led to the meltdown and explosion of possibly 4 reactors, the potential destruction of much of Japan itself, and the potential deaths of millions of people worldwide due to radiation from fallout!

I came across this article today, and I was absolutely sick... It appears, according to the PressTV online news service, at, that the American CIA ex-Chief, Michael Hayden, has come out lauding about the usage of the insidious Stuxnet virus against Iran.   What this idiot does not comprehend is that this same virus has done its dirty work in helping cause the disaster at Fukushima Japan as well!

I have that PressTV article right here, and of course, my own comments to follow:

CIA ex-chief lauds Stuxnet virus use against Iran

Michael Hayden, former director of Central Intelligence Agency (file photo)

Sat Mar 3, 2012 4:37AM GMT

A former CIA chief has praised the US use of Stuxnet virus to sabotage Iran’s nuclear energy program, noting that the measure legitimized using malware as a weapon to cause destruction.

"We have entered into a new phase of conflict in which we use a cyber weapon to create physical destruction," said Michael Hayden, former director of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), in an interview with CBS television to be broadcast on Sunday.

"This was a good idea, alright?" he added.

The retired US general went on to say that the attempt to disrupt Iran's nuclear energy program by Stuxnet has given legitimacy to the use of malicious software as a new type of warfare.

"But I also admit this was a big idea, too," Hayden said, adding, "The rest of the world is looking at this and saying 'Clearly, someone has legitimated this kind of activity as acceptable.'”

The Stuxnet worm, first indentified by Iranian officials in June 2010, is a malware designed to infect computers using Siemens supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) -- a control system favored by industries that manage water supplies, oil rigs, and power plants.

In July 2010, media reports claimed that Stuxnet had targeted industrial computers around the globe, with Iran being the main target of the attack. They said the country's Bushehr nuclear power plant was at the center of the cyber attack.

US and Israeli officials later claimed that the computer virus had dealt a blow to Iran's nuclear energy program.

Iranian officials, however, rejected such claims, saying that Stuxnet was detected quickly by Iranian experts and caused no serious damage to the country's industrial sites.


NTS Notes:  OK, for those who continue to think that the United States and Israel would not consider using such a terrible device to kill millions of people, this is your proof!

The fact is that the security firm that ran the Fukushima Japan nuclear power station was an ISRAELI firm, and I can now almost guarantee that this firm was most likely a Mossad front, and loaded the insidious Stuxnet virus into the Siemens control systems at Fukushima themselves!

I am sick that these idiots come out and praise about almost killing millions of innocent Iranians, without even comprehending the massive damage that they have also caused to Japan, and much of the Northern Hemisphere, as well!   This insidious Stuxnet virus has potentially doomed much of Japan, and millions of innocent people,  to certain death and this idiot deems the use of this murderous weapon as "acceptable"?

To me, this statement by this clown who was once the chief of the CIA is just revolting.   We have now seen and are continuing to suffer the consequences from what the Stuxnet virus has done to Fukushima.  There is absolutely nothing to gloat about that!

More to come



jim233 said...

Methinks Karma is going to come around and nail this ex-CIA stooge
with a nice case of deadly cancer,coutesy of Fukushima radioactive fallout.

30.06 said...

Hands Off Iran

Anonymous said...

Definitely a crime against humanity carried out be those who think they are holier than everyone else. Monsters in democratic sheepskin.