Four "anonymous insiders" told NBC News that fake "president" Joe Biden could be just days away from hitting the launch button on an array of preselected targets that Joe's handlers believe would most cripple Vladimir Putin's military operations in Ukraine.
"You could do everything from slow the trains down to have them fall off the tracks," one person who claims to have been briefed on the matter said.
While no final decisions have yet been made, United States intelligence and military cyber warriors are said to be proposing the use of American cyber weapons "on a scale never before contemplated."
"Among the options: Disrupting internet connectivity across Russia, shutting off electric power, and tampering with railroad switches to hamper Russia's ability to resupply its forces, three of the sources said."
This could all just be saber-rattling, of course, as it is currently unknown whether or not the American war machine has that type of capability. It is also a fact that Russia has the ability to disconnect itself from the worldwide internet, which could easily be used by the military-industrial complex to make such a claim.
Still, the news is getting out there and China Joe is the guy who will apparently be pulling the trigger.
Reports suggest that if a cyberattack were to be launched, the goal would not be to destroy Russia, but rather just to cripple its military systems. This, the deep state claims, will somehow "fall short of an act of war."
As you may recall from last summer, Biden and 30 world leaders converged to discuss NATO's Article 5, also known as the mutual self-defense clause. It was determined at that meeting that "the impact of significant malicious cumulative cyber activities might, in certain circumstances, be considered as amounting to an armed attack." Biden also declared that Article 5 is "a sacred obligation" that is "rock solid and unshakable."
Based on this, any cyberattack against the U.S. caused by, or even just blamed on, Russia is considered an open game for NATO retaliation.
It is almost as if all of this was planned for well in advance of the now-invasion, much like how the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic was planned for years in advance of its actual launch.
According to the anonymous sources who spoke with NBC, even if the U.S. does carry out cyberattacks against Russia, it would never even acknowledge doing so. And if Russia can turn off its internet presence worldwide with the flip of a switch anyway, then is there really anything substantial to any of this?
The answer is probably not, but that does not mean that the American people will not once again become victims of a false flag that claims Russia did this so we did that.
"Our response will be harsh and measured, but not so severe as to encourage Putin to take more drastic steps," said one U.S. official about the matter.
Up until now, U.S. cyber operations have been largely focused on intelligence gathering, information operations, and targeted strikes, many of them for counterterrorism purposes. Should cyberattacks be launched in Russia, it would represent a turning point for that part of the U.S. government.
"Cyber weapons are going to be used in a way we haven't used other weapons," claims James Lewis, a cyber expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. "It gives us options we didn't have before."
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