March 10, 2012 journal, is Uncle Sam behind computer virus raging through cyberspace. United States put a virus on Iran but what if it comes back, boomerangs, and shuts down our power grids then it is not going to be funny for the Republicans or the Democrats. They have destroyed Iran's facilities then why are they still calling for an attack on Iran? The beast we have created will most certainly return to destroy our advanced technology. "(CBS News) The most pernicious computer virus ever known was not out to steal your money, identity, or passwords. So what was the intricate Stuxnet virus after? Its target appears to have been the centrifuges in a top secret Iranian nuclear facility. Stuxnet showed, for the first time, that a cyberattack could cause significant physical damage to a facility. Does this mean that future malware, modeled on Stuxnet, could target (US) other critical infrastructure-such as nuclear power plants or water systems? What kind of risk do we face in this country? Steve Kroft. The following script is from "Stuxnet" which originally aired on March 4, 2012 and was rebroadcast on July 1, 2012. Steve Kroft is the correspondent. Graham Messick, producer. For the past year, the nation's top military, intelligence and law enforcement officials have been warning Congress and the country about a coming cyber attack against critical infrastructure in the United States that could affect everything from the heat in your home to the money in your bank account. The warnings have been raised before, but never with such urgency, because this new era of warfare has already begun. The first attack, using a computer virus called Stuxnet was launched several years ago against an Iranian nuclear facility, almost certainly with some U.S. involvement. But as we first reported in March, the implications and the possible consequences are only now coming to light. FBI Director Robert Mueller: I do believe that the cyberthreat will equal or surpass the threat from counterterrorism in the foreseeable future. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta: There's a strong likelihood that the next Pearl Harbor that we confront could very well be a cyber attack. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers: We will suffer a catastrophic cyberattack. The clock is ticking. And there is reason for concern. For more than a decade, the U.S. military establishment has treated cyberspace as a domain of conflict, where it would need the capability to fend off attack, or launch its own. That time is here. Because someone sabotaged a top secret nuclear installation in Iran with nothing more than a long string of computer code. Ret. Gen. Mike Hayden: We have entered into a new phase of conflict in which we use a cyberweapon to create physical destruction, and in this case, physical destruction in someone else's critical infrastructure. Few people know more about the dark military art of cyberwar than Retired General Michael Hayden. He's a former head of the National Security Agency and was CIA director under George W. Bush. He knows a lot more about the attack on Iran than he can say here. Hayden: This was a good idea, alright? But I also admit this was a really big idea too. The rest of the world is looking at this and saying, "Clearly someone has legitimated this kind of activity as acceptable international conduct." The whole world is watching. The story of what we know about the Stuxnet virus begins in June of 2010, when it was first detected and isolated by a tiny company in Belarus after one of its clients in Iran complained about a software glitch. Within a month, a copy of the computer bug was being analyzed within a tight knit community of computer security experts, and it immediately grabbed the attention of Liam O Murchu, an operations manager for Symantec, one of the largest antivirus companies in the world. Liam O Murchu: As soon as we saw it, we knew it was something completely different. And red flags started to go up straightaway." http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18560_162-57460009/stuxnet-computer-worm-opens-new-era-of-warfare/?tag=strip March 11, 2012 journal, a million Iraqis died in the war plus a million Christians at least died or were driven out into the desert as refugees to be forsaken and to be forgotten. I say only God will avenge these evil crimes and I fear he will do it on this aggressor nation at large. America is the world's largest aggressor nation exceed Russian Communist by far. The following are arbitrary figures the same as the Holocaust even better records kept in Russia than the Nazis and in particular the United States killing in Iraq and Afghanistan. It is the first time I know of in history any nation admitted it did not even count the dead. Dead Iraqis the same gentile goyim not considered worth counting by the elite Illuminati. I would guess the 66 million Christians Zionist Lenin killed in Russia is more accurate. "Biographical narrative, it turns out, is stranger than fact. Modern Spies. the churches in bed with the Antichrist and that constitutes the Whore of Babylon. BBC documentary television series, confirms that eight years of war and 100,000 (or one 2-3 million) human deaths were triggered by a collusion of lies by Iraqi opportunists and the American spymasters who love them-two primary contentions of Participant Media's 2010 contemporary spy thriller Fair Game .Every single one of those deathly chemicals was conjured out of one Iraqi defector's lies. Fair Game dramatized CIA officer Valerie Plame's contention that the U.S. spy agency crafted suspect data to give the false impression that Iraq had stockpiled world-threatening quantities of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Fair Game further depicted this data being fictionalized by factions within the Bush administration to justify wreaking havoc and destruction upon Iraq. Among the warmongers' most alarming phantom WMDs were a Satan's dozen of lethal chemical agents. Every single one of those deathly chemicals was conjured out of one Iraqi defector's lies. Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, CIA code-named Curveball, slithered out of Iraq in 1999 and claimed he had worked as a chemical engineer manufacturing mobile biological-weapon laboratories. This assertion, Alwan al-Janabi admits calmly and seemingly without remorse in Modern Spies, had no basis fact. The BBC documentary further traces the evolution of this massively destructive WMD lie to Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson. Wilkerson was Secretary of State Colin Powell's chief of staff when the general presented al-Janabi's fabrications to the United Nations Security Council in February 2003, justifying the invasion of Iraq. US officials "sexed up" Mr. al-Janabi's drawings of mobile biological weapons labs to make them more presentable, admits Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, General Powell's former chief of staff. "I brought the White House team in to do the graphics," he says, adding how "intelligence was being worked to fit around the policy." Emphasis added, hoping to illustrate that sometimes the most destructive war crimes are committed before the fighting even breaks out". Here lies the facts!