posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 09:07 PM
It seems to me that this cyber attack is the perfect reason to close the internet borders - to prevent other countries from attacking 'our' secret
facilities. Who benefits? Who loses? It is getting nearer and nearer to the end of the game.
There are technologies better than nuclear ones and while we are all focused on nuclear technology, no-one is mentioning plasma which has been
developed by an Iranian scientist with lots and lots of money.
He has also offered it freely to the world, but no-one is talking about it, which is strange. The proof is that story about the downed unmanned drone
belonging to the USA which was undamaged. It seems very unlikely that the USA would allow something like that to be captured intact. It would almost
certainly be over 'enemy' territory if it developed a malfunction. This proof, to me, is very strong.
Flying saucer technology
Keshe is based in Belgium
There have been a couple of seminars where the technology has been made available to world governments and they wont say which governments attended to
accept this 'gift' of technology. Maybe North Korea attended and now has the technology. We just dont know. However, the thechnology will ONLY be
released to governmental envoys attending the seminars and NOT to the general public. See their website (and forum) above.
While shills on here are pushing us to be focused on nuclear technology, there is a far more 'interesting' technology out there which will change
the balance of power forever.
THAT is what the USA is fearful about.