posted on Oct, 10 2003 @ 05:22 PM
September 29, 2003In July 2002, George W. Bush signed National Security Presidential Directive 16 (PD-16), a secret plan for the United States to
wage cyber-warfare against other countries. Under the directive, the Pentagonwhich is under the control of neoconservative zealots who make Dr.
Strangelove seem relatively saneis authorized to use electronic weaponry to bring down the electrical grids of enemy nations.
Since Bush's directive was signed, the world had witnessed more unexplained massive blackouts in the history of the modern age of electricity.
Considering that the Pentagon, through manipulative schemers like Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and retired Admiral John Poindexter, has championed
such ideas as a stock market betting parlor for future terrorist attacks and an Internet-based personal information surveillance program (both
fortunately killed off by Congress), it is not far-fetched to consider the possibility that the recent spate of blackouts around the world are the
result of another harebrained operation cooked up by the necons to demonstrate America's superiority in cyber-warfare.
After all, the Pentagon has a very bad track record when it comes to using civilian populations as guinea pigs for its experiments. Witness the awful
effects of nuclear bomb testing on the peoples of the western United States and the Marshall Islands, depleted uranium-hardened shells on innocent
civilians in war zones, and Agent Orange on American troops and civilians in Southeast Asia.
Since PD-16 was signed, blackouts affecting hundreds of millions of people are occurring on an unprecedented scale.
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I haven't looked into the blackouts enough to draw my own theories yet, but I'm amazed that there isn't far much public concern with whats going
on. I mean power is going out all over the globe but most people seem to be putting it down to "one of those things...". I'm not sure about the
who's and the why's but there is definately something fishy going on, someone was controlling those blackouts.