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By the way, Russian sites have been hacked as well. So why is everyone only talking about the Georgian sites and infrastructure? If Russian sites and infrastructure is down as well that means the Georgian government has hacked them, doesn't it Or does it? Or is the whole thing just a false flag by the U.S government underworld to infulence McCain and Obama as they are potentially coming in to the white house?
It seems to me that there is bias towards Russia in the security community and that people don't really care if Russia was hacked, because the community seem to have already chosen who they like and who they are going to support and who they are going to point blame at.
I don't think westerners have ever liked Russia, so as soon as something like this happens, folks straight away are bias towards Russia.
You've got to remember this could easily be a false flag cyber attack to setup Russia to make them look bad while ramping up cyber security as a national security agenda as Marcus Sachs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSUPTZVlkyU says in the Youtube video.
The reasons for a false flag cyber attack is there, the evidence has been put in front of you by n3td3v.
This isn't just some false flag conspiracy, there are plausible reasons why this could be a false flag.
In the video Marcus Sachs asked the audience for ways we could make cyber security a national security agenda, false flagging something like the Georgian and Russian websites and infrastructure is not a way the government underworld might make cyber security a national security agenda?
I call a false flag, and I find it suspicious that people are only talking about the Georgian websites and infrastructure being cyber attacked and not the Russian stuff as well.
I would be interested in what answers the audience gave to Marcus Sachs, but thats not in the video unfortunately.
All the best,