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Monday, June 18, 2018

COMING TO AMERICA? Nigeria’s entire 200 million population plunged in to darkness by power grid meltdown…

COMING TO AMERICA? Nigeria’s entire 200 million population plunged in to darkness by power grid meltdown…
I JUST SPOKE ABOUT A POTENTIAL EMP GRID DOWN EVENT HERE IN AMERICA WITH DR. JAMES FETZER YESTERDAY ON THE LIVE SHOW


The Super Eagles lost 2-0 on the day, but millions turned out to watch the game.  An own goal from new Stoke recruit Oghenakaro Etobo, and a spot kick from Luka Modric were enough to break hearts in Africa.  But many fans would have been spared the agonizing loss – as the power went out across swathes of the nation.  Local media reported a total collapse of “all the nation’s power plants.” 



The report said: “A top executive of one of the nation’s electricity distribution companies, told our correspondent on condition of anonymity that the national grid first collapsed on Friday. “When contacted to find out the cause of the outage in parts of Lagos he said ‘It’s a general thing; it is a system collapse’. CONTINUE

Pentagon Puts Cyberwarriors on the Offensive, Increasing the Risk of Conflict

Pentagon Puts Cyberwarriors on the Offensive, Increasing the Risk of Conflict
The Pentagon has quietly empowered the United States Cyber Command to take a far more aggressive approach to defending the nation against cyberattacks, a shift in strategy that could increase the risk of conflict with the foreign states that sponsor malicious hacking groups.  Until now, the Cyber Command has assumed a largely defensive posture, trying to counter attackers as they enter American networks. In the relatively few instances when it has gone on the offensive, particularly in trying to disrupt the online activities of the Islamic State and its recruiters in the past several years, the results have been mixed at best.  But in the spring, as the Pentagon elevated the command’s status, it opened the door to nearly daily raids on foreign networks, seeking to disable cyberweapons before they can be unleashed, according to strategy documents and military and intelligence officials. READ MORE