[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mFyZB0lDBU]The Alex Jones Show with Jason Bermas 1/3: Cybersecurity Act-Government Takeover of The Internet
Insiders, Neocons Plan Simulated Cyber Attack
February 11, 2010
The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) plans to simulate a cyber attack on Americas infrastructure on February 16, 2010. Dubbed Cyber ShockWave, the simulation will provide an unprecedented look at how the government would develop a real-time response to a large-scale cyber crisis affecting much of the nation, according to a BPC press release issued today.
BPC propaganda video mentions China and Russia as possible enemies.
The cyber attack is going to be war-gamed, in public, for all the country to see. It will be quite realistic, featuring senior intelligence and national security officials, including former directors of intelligence agencies and combatant commands and homeland security advisers, writes Marc Ambinder for The Atlantic.
The sponsors of the event include companies with financial stakes in the future of cyber defense — General Dynamics is one — but also companies whose transactions are the lifeblood to the American economy, and who want to foster a greater sense of urgency among the public and policymakers.
In other words, a handful of well-placed corporations stand to make a fortune on the prospect of a cyber attack. In addition, a message will be sent to the Senate warning that it should pass cybersecurity legislation (a 2009 Senate bill would have given Obama the authority to shut down the internet).
General Dynamics is a leading death merchant at the very heart of the military industrial complex Eisenhower warned us about a few decades ago during the contrived so-called Cold War. When it comes to military spending, the tradition of the iron triangle — Congress, the Pentagon, and defense industries — joining to push costly weaponry is nothing new, Brad Knickerbocker wrote for The Christian Science Monitor.
BPC directors hail from Lockheed Martin, L-3 Communications (a spook merchant), JPMorgan Securities, and the Rockefeller connected Aspen Institute.