The article is misleading. Hackers never have control of any power grid. The people in charge of the company have the control. That is how they got
in in the first place, even from the rest of the population. They can grab the moneys from the cities in bills and taxes but they can't get the
hackers? That's nonsensical.
I don't believe the Comment Group has it. I think it's a distraction from a real familiar threat. It's a ploy to take one's biggest enemy and say
"they did it" in any weak situation, setting up someone who is incompetent to do such an act. Even should the Comment Group break in, the industrial
facts, they are well known in all nations, because the energy companies in charge of the cities, mostly international companies. Big conglomos. How
secretive can it be, from the power station, to the generator things, to the power lines, to the houses?
It's another trick to for hackers to pretend to be Chinese when they aren't. Or for someone on the inside of our very own nation (cough, 9/11), to
set up someone for an elaborate insurance fraud in the energy sector, preparing for destruction and finding the right country to pin it on.
Devon Energy just finished a deal with Sumitomo Corporation, a Japanese company, $1.4 billion dollars. The headquarters is in Oklahoma City, a big
building, the biggest in the city. Ed dames the remote viewer had mentioned that there would be an attempted terrorist attack close to there. I
still fall for those predictions and agree it's a possibility, unless we all decide to change Ed Dames' mind.
If I dwell on it long enough, and use my imagination to concoct a theory, I find that it's not actually China, but AlQaida that comes through Europe
and Canada, using terrorist cells in the USA, provoking big countries like PRC and USA to war. I remote view the past, along the street by the Dell
building in Oklahoma City, seeing a terrorist with a video camera -- he looks like he's from the South China Sea, Cambodia... he rode on the back of
AlQaida, from a ship towards South America, up through the Mexico border, into Texas, one of three places all foreigners truly recognize as American
(the other two are New York and Hollywood). It's a joint venture for them too? He videos the tall building, with Dell building in front of the tower
from his angle, then sneaks the video camera under his jacket. I see other intelligence agents watching. They watch, but why don't they arrest? Did
they secretly invite him, trying to cement his motives in true crime? Or are they secretly hoping this videographer gets hit by a bus?
I see... there is a Muslim man, they gave him a fake passport in Europe, is it London? They sent him to Texas, puts him on display. When this stuff
goes down they know who to blame, it's him, even though he's a pawn. He's trafficked, sponsored by European bandits.
See it ain't all China. It's the whole world messing with the little guy who can't afford solar panels or an electric generator, or a zero point
energy device for his or her home.
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