Chinese Surprise Attack Propaganda
Prior to a high-profile Asian based attack on the United States, the public must be psychologically prepared to accept that this is in fact possible. Hollywood movie propaganda is a slick way of showing that yes, it can happen. “Red Dawn” (2012) is a film (see trailer) in which the United States is the victim of a red-dawn surprise attack by military aircraft from North Korea. “Battleship” (2012) is another film (see trailer) in which the U.S. Navy and the State of Hawaii are the victims of a surprise attack, by transformer-like machines. “Olympus Has Fallen” (2013) is a film (see trailer) in which Washington D.C., is ambushed in a surprise attack by an ex-North Korean terrorists who employ military aircraft, suicide bombers and cyber-attacks in a bid to overthrow the U.S. government. “Pacific Rim” (2013) is a film (see trailer) which features a plot in which the U.S. is attacked by monster-like machines from deep under the Pacific Ocean. According to the trailer, the machines target San Francisco, California, Manila, Philippines, and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, two of which are targets in reality. On May 16, 2014, “Godzilla” (2014) is a film (see trailer) which depicted an Asian-based monster who travels across the Pacific to attack the city of San Francisco. Interestingly, a day before the movie premiered, a San Francisco traffic sign was reportedly hacked to warn drivers of a “Godzilla Attack”. Exactly when this Asian “surprise” attack propaganda will manifest itself in reality is not known, but the masses have been conditioned for an attack on the West Coast of America, one which may transpire prior to during the 2014 RIMPAC Navel Exercise.
China’s “Invisibility Cloak”
In order for the Chinese to pull off a “stealth” drone attack on the U.S., they will have to, at least theoretically speaking, employ some sort of technology which renders America’s electronic defenses useless. Back on November 12, 2013, it was reported that the University of Toronto demonstrated an active invisibility cloak for the first time. Predictably, less than a month later on December 9, 2013, it was revealed that Chinese scientists are upbeat on development of invisibility cloak that would, in theory, allow the Chinese military to hide objects from view and make them “disappear”. In other words, if and when China attacks America, they will do so via superior technology which in will in essence make their respective military equipment invisible to American defense systems (e.g., radar, satellites, sonar, etc.). Shortly thereafter on November 19, 2013, U.S. Navy Capt. Mark Hagerott cited recent reports about sonic computer viruses as one way that hackers could “jump the air gap” and target systems that are not connected to the Internet. In other words, these so called Chinese viruses could attack U.S. military defense systems not connected to the internet, essentially rendering them useless.
I: CYBER-HIJACK DRONE ATTACK:
1.1 Chinese Cyber-Hijack Possible
Back on November 19, 2013, U.S. Navy Captain Mark Hagerott warned that sonic computer viruses launched by hackers could “jump the air gap” and target military systems that are not connected to the internet. In other words, Chinese computer viruses are able to attack U.S. military defense systems, even those not connected to the internet. The report was evidently designed to make the notion of drone hacking seem more feasible prior to its fruition in reality. After all, if viruses are able to “jump the air gap”, infecting airborne drones isn’t such an outrageous mental leap.
1.2: Drone Hijack Propaganda
In order to bring unprecedented media attention to cyber-hijacking prior to the China hijacking U.S. drones to launch attacks, it was reported on March 16, 2014, that the missing Malaysian Flight MH370 may have been the world’s first ever cyber hijack. Shortly thereafter, the television series entitled “24: Live Another Day” (2014) debuted on May 5, 2014. In short, the plot depicts Islamic terrorists who hijack U.S. military drones. Once under control of the terrorists, the drones are used to attack U.S. interests and allies. A “secret device” is used in the show to override U.S. cyber-security, suddenly turning friendly drones into enemy drones. Because the drones are built with the latest stealth technology, they are almost impossible to bring down. Consequently, the hijacked drones are used to attack football stadiums and hospitals in London, England, killing and terrorizing scores of people. Instead of the U.S. government gaining control over its own drones, a hacker is the one who finds the override code which can be used to control the drones.
1.3: System-Aware Secure Sentinel (SASS)
In what appears to be pre-Chinese drone cyber-hijack programming, it was reported on December 6, 2014, that a US shield will protect drones from ‘spoofing’ cyber-attacks. According to the report, Pentagon-sponsored engineers have developed a system to shield unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) from cyber-attacks. Called “System-Aware Secure Sentinel” (SASS), the new system detects “illogical behavior” compared to how the aircraft normally operates and sounds the alert if a drone starts doing something that it is not supposed to do. “Detections can serve to initiate automated recovery actions and alert operators of the attack,” said Barry Horowitz, a systems and information engineer at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, in a statement. Various threats were simulated by the researchers during five days of in-flight tests, including cyber-attacks launched from the ground, interference with supply chains and attacks from military insiders.
1.4: China’s Military Hacking Program
In order to create a believable narrative in the media prior to China’s cyber-hijack of U.S. drones, a number of fabricated incidents and staged events have taken place in order to set the stage for the attack. For example, on May 19, 2014, the U.S. officially accused China of hacking 6 companies, stating that China was after U.S. military secrets. This was the first time that a nation state was officially charged by the U.S. with cyber-espionage. In total, 5 Chinese “military hackers” were indicted in U.S. courts for cyber spying. Predictably, a day later on May 20, 2014, China suspended its cybersecurity cooperation with the U.S. over the aforementioned charges. That same day, Chinese officials confronted a U.S. envoy over the cyber-spying accusations in what appeared to be a CIA-spawned publicity stunt. Less than 24-hours later on May 21, 2014, China banned the use of Windows 8 on Chinese government computers, producing even more international headlines about the incident. Three days later on May 24, 2014, a report stated that the U.S. plans to “keep up the pressure” on China and that it is now in the process of selecting from a range of retaliatory options. Five days later on May 29, 2014, China openly suggested that the U.S. may have made up evidence for cyber-attacks, further confirming that the cyber-rift is indeed just political theater. Roughly 2 weeks later on June 10, 2014, it was revealed that the Chinese military has been hacking the U.S. aerospace industry for the last 7 years, a timely report designed to show that China likely has the ability to hack U.S. drones. Lastly, on June 10, 2014, it was revealed that a second Chinese military unit has been linked to hacking. According to reports, the Chinese hackers launched attacks against defense, satellite and aerospace firms within the U.S., Japan and Europe. Needless to say, the notion that China and her military are actively engaged in cyber-attacks against the U.S. military has been well established, making the notion of U.S. drones being cyber-hijacked by China seem all the more feasible.
1.5: Revenge Drone Attack
In order to provide a timely motive for a Chinese attack on America using U.S. drones, it was revealed on May 30, 2014, that the U.S. has deployed two advanced military drones to a Japanese airbase. Since China is currently in a dispute with Japan over the Senkaku Islands, the placement of the drones by the U.S. was a slap in the face designed to infuriate China just prior to a revenge attack using cyber-hijacked U.S. drones. Roughly a month later on June 26, 2014, U.S. military experts warned that killer drones will trigger a “slippery slope” into endless war, a propaganda report deigned to foreshadow the start of the cyber-war between the U.S. and China. As previously mentioned, once a drone war starts between the U.S. and China, cyber-hijackings followed by deadly drone attacks will become the norm. This drone war scenario essentially allows the CIA to attack whomever and whatever they want, whenever they want to. In the aftermath of the attack, the U.S. will blame China and China will blame the U.S. In essence, drones attacks will be used to eliminate anybody who doesn’t comply with system.
1.6: “Sting of the Drone”
The notion that the U.S. and China are on an irreversible collision course was recently highlighted during a CNN interview with Richard A. Clarke, the former counter-terrorism czar under George W. Bush. Clark stated in respect to the escalation of cyber-espionage between the United States and China that, “I actually hope it does result in escalation and tit-for-tat, because we need this issue resolved…We can’t go on the way it’s been…This first step by the United States will undoubtedly result in an escalation of this issue. And we need to do that. We need to have this issue resolved one way or the other. If the Chinese are going to keep hacking into our companies, then we’re going to have to do something about it”. Interestingly, Clark made his comments while promoting “Sting of the Drone” (2014), his latest book about the impending drone war with China. The interview, which was documented in the May 21, 2014, CNN report entitled “Why U.S./China Cyber Escalation Could Be Good”, is yet another example of how wars are created by the CIA long before they manifest themselves in reality.
II. CHINESE NUCLEAR ATTACK:
2.1: Chinese Nuclear Attack
The notion of a Chinese nuclear attack on the U.S. was openly flaunted back on October 31, 2013, when the Chinese government released nuclear blast map projections for the U.S. cities of Seattle and Los Angeles after they were struck by Chinese nuclear warheads. A few weeks later on December 17, 2013, a Chinese space rover advert showed Europe being nuked, another ominous sign that a Chinese nuclear strike against the West is imminent. According to a report published on February 6, 2014, new Chinese-based submarine patrols have put Hawaii and Alaska within nuclear attack range, further foreshadowing a West Coast nuclear attack by China. Four days later on February 10, 2014, China reportedly showed off its new mobile ICBM on the internet, suggesting that China will soon be using her nuclear weapons in a mobile and offensive manner.
2.2: Chinese Cyber-Hijack Nuke Attack
The notion of a surprise cyber-attack by an Asian country was ominously foreshadowed in the Washington Times report from January 8, 2015, entitled “Preventing a ‘Cyber Pearl Harbor’”. The report stated “we have now reached a new era of cyberterrorism where threats cause just as much damage and fear as a bomb threat”, ultimately linking a cyber-related attack to a real world bomb, most likely nuclear in nature. A television-based cyber-hijack and nuke attack would be a redux of a previous Chinese attack plot depicted in the June 30, 2013, Truther.org report entitled “Live TV” Cyber-Hijack With “Live” Nuclear Detonation Now Trending”. The notion of a Chinese nuclear attack on the U.S. was openly flaunted back on October 31, 2013, when the Chinese government released nuclear blast map projections for the U.S. cities of Seattle and Los Angeles after they were struck by Chinese nuclear warheads. A few weeks later on December 17, 2013, a Chinese space rover advert showed Europe being nuked, another ominous sign that a Chinese nuclear strike against the West is imminent. According to a report published on February 6, 2014, new Chinese-based submarine patrols have put Hawaii and Alaska within nuclear attack range, further foreshadowing a West Coast nuclear attack by China. Four days later on February 10, 2014, China reportedly showed off its new mobile ICBM on the internet, suggesting that China will soon be using her nuclear weapons in a mobile and offensive manner.
2.3: California Nuclear Attack Drills
In what appears to be the nuclear terror drills for a Chinese nuke attack upon Las Vegas or Los Angeles, it was reported on April 1, 2015, that DHS executed a nuke attack drill on the US-Mexico border. According to reports, the exercise simulated “an emergency involving the detonation of a weapon of mass destruction near the U.S./Mexico border”. Authorities drilled on how they would deal with thousands of people crossing over from Mexico to escape the catastrophe, a scenario which would transpire in reality post-nuclear attack in Las Vegas and/or Los Angeles. Two days later on April 3, 2015, it was revealed that a dirty bomb drill would be executed on April 11, 2015 involving hundreds of soldiers, airmen, police and fire officials. According to reports, the nuclear terror drill was executed in Richmond, California, just 381 miles north of Los Angles. Lastly, less than 2-weeks later on April 24, 2015, it was reported that the U.S. Military held another dirty bomb decontamination exercise in Michigan. Although only conjecture, it’s highly likely that the Michigan drill was preparation for the Chinese nuclear terror attack slated for Los Angeles and/or Las Vegas.
3.4: Earthquake/Tsunami Planned Post Nuclear Attack
In the aftermath of a Las Vegas and/or California nuclear attack by China, a man-made earthquake will predictably take place in California. This particular notion was confirmed on April 26, 2015, when the Financial Times published a report entitled “California Prepares for the Next ‘Big One’”. A day prior on April 25, 2015, the LA Times published a report entitled “Researcher Says a Sinking Santa Catalina could Pose Tsunami Threat”, confirming, albeit in a de facto manner, that a tsunami is planned in the wake of a nuclear attack and earthquake.
III. CHINESE CYBER-ATTACK:
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