posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 11:00 AM
From what I can put together on this Romney's vetting and Republican Blackmail brought Petraeus down. Go back to Bush being in office and General
Patraeus being put in charge. Patraeus was given his own PR girl by the US propaganda Broadcast Board of Governors. Paula Broadwell was in charge of
all media and publicity of Patraeus in order to polish his image to make him a hero. Everything is great until Romney decided to have him vetted for
his team. Vetting takes place by the FBI. Such as the Vetting of Romney's father for
But when the dirt showed up on Patraeus Cantor was told about it. Now the
Republicans try to take advantage of this and target Patraeus and his PR girl. The PR girl tries to threaten Jill Kelly to stay away to protect
Patraeus and to hide her from any more investigations taking place. The only people who knew were Romney, Cantor and the FBI politics were able to
hide this from the highest office of the United States President Obama. Obama was only told after it was clear Romney was losing and most likely going
to lose. But Obama is playing along with this fake story to give trust to the American people that are government is not broken.
And don't forget the President and CEO of the Aspin Institute that Broadwell spoke at is the same one who was kicked out of the Broadcast Board of
Governors where he was the chairman of the Board. Walter Isaacson.
Walter Isaacson resigned as Board Chair on January 27, 2012.
Walter Isaacson President and CEO
The Aspen Institute is also where the Stuxnet was created by the US government story came from. A national security adviser leaked the info at a
speech just like Broadwell did.
R. INSKEEP: You also raised the question of
the United States using weapons abroad that others might
then turn on us. I wonder if cyber attacks are very
specifically an example of that. We can point to any
number of published reports that deal with the Stuxnet
virus and a program that was directed at Iran's nuclear
program. Are we inviting similar attacks on ourselves by
approving such attacks?
ADM. MULLEN: What I'm =-- as I have watched
this evolve over the last, for me 5 or 6 years, and it
hasn't been a whole lot longer than that, I feel we've
made some significant adjustments on the military side.
And we're in decent shape militarily from a cyber defense
standpoint. We've made some progress on the government
side in terms of cyber defense.
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