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Would you mind elaborating on your actual evidence? All I see is logic, but I do not see much hard fact. I'm not agreeing, I'm not disagreeing. I'm just asking for clarification.
On Mon, 2008-08-18 at 01:08 +0100, n3td3v wrote:
> 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
> I don't think westerners have ever liked Russia, so as soon as
> something like this happens, folks straight away are bias towards
> 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,
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