With that story proving to us the WashPo's 'modus operandi', we shouldn't be the least bit surprised that the Post is once again trying to pull a 'Russian-hack-of-our-electric-grid' out of their ever-expanding 'fake news' hats. As this June 12th story over at the Washington Post reports, hackers aligned with the Russian government have developed a cyberweapon that can disrupt power grids and 'has the potential do be the most disruptive yet against the electric systems that Americans depend upon for our daily lives.
Called 'CrashOverride' by the researchers who discovered it, they've already blamed it for an attack upon a Ukrainian energy system back in December where hackers were able to briefly take down 1/5 of the electric power in Kiev.
According to Sergio Caltagirone, the director of the threat intelligence for Dragos, a cybersecurity firm that studied the malware and issued a report Monday, with modifications, it could be deployed against U.S. electric transmission and distribution systems to devastating effect. Also calling this malware 'a game changer', could it lead to a total catastrophe in America and 270+ million Americans dead? As we see below, the website Deagel.com has just made some major changes to its 2025 forecast for America, forecasting a population drop of 270 million within 8 years here.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
Imagine the average American waking up one morning without power and as the day wore on, no signs of power returning emerged. Like a scene out of the classic TV series "Revolution", most Americans would have no idea what happened and no way to find out the truth with the internet down, along with everything else.
However, the average American would surely remember that Russia had threatened to take down our power grid (so the fake news Wash Po reported) and would quickly get behind any plans to go to war with Russia since they no longer have TV, a cell phone, a bank, ATM's, stores, public transportation, credit cards, or any of the amenities of modern life. And just like the 2016 election and President Trump's win, "it would all be Russia's fault".
And just like in the TV show 'Revolution', should the US power grid suddenly and without warning go down, the fact that the Washington Post has been pushing the 'Russia did it' narrative on top of their never-ending-series-of-lies would prove to us that the Russians DIDN'T do it, and surely have no intention of doing it, but the 'enemies of America within' surely would.
Sending America instantly back to the dark ages, the warnings from Dr. Peter Vincent Pry of 90% of Americans dead could easily happen within the following year to 18 months, if it took that long. With most Americans completely unprepared for even a medium-length power outage, many with their heads surgically attached to their cell phones, the fact that nearly 47% would claim their cell phones would be one of their top 'survival tools' shows why death and decay would soon follow in American streets. As the completely clueless and unprepared panic, chaos and anarchy would surely rule if that worst case scenario unfolds, with even emergency responders unable to properly do their jobs without our 21st century technologies.
'Natural selection' by the very meaning of the word, those too stupid to prepare for such an event would likely be weeded out within the first week after the very glue that holds our society together, the electric grid, became non-existent. As the opening sequence on Revolution warned each show, life for them changed in an instant, as it would for us here today:
We lived in an electric world. We relied on it for everything. And then the power went out. Everything stopped working. We weren't prepared. Fear and confusion led to panic. The lucky ones made it out of the cities. The government collapsed. Militias took over, controlling the food supply and stockpiling weapons. We still don't know why the power went out. But we're hopeful that someone will come and light the way.
After Revolution was cancelled, some 'conspiracy theorists' speculated the reason was the show was hitting far too close to 'the truth' about what the 'illuminati' had planned for America one day, an event that would forever change this nation.
In the first video below we hear directly from the Washington Post on this latest Russian hacking news while in the 2nd video below, Evangelist Joey Bellmore breaks down this 'Russia hacking the grid' story and tells us its just another sign of the times we're now living in. In the 3rd video below, Richie from Boston shares with us the same bad feeling that he's getting about the 'Russia hacking the grid' narrative now being pushed by the mainstream media. Richie tells us he has a very strong feeling that they're setting us up for something really, really bad to happen to us this summer.
For those who may not have seen the TV series, in the final video below we see the trailer for 'Revolution', a warning to us all in 2017 through a show that apparently pushed some wrong buttons, leading to it being cancelled (aka censored) despite having one of the most loyal TV audiences of that period in time.