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CHINA HACKING INTO ENERGY MULTINATIONALS

Here's one that probably didn't make it into the SeeBS evening blues with Dan Blather rathering away aimlessly:

Chinese Hackers Hack into Energy Multinationals

(OK ok... I know... Dan Blather has long since rathered away into retired obscurity after presiding over the worst ratings plummet SeeBS had ever seen, and that dates me, I suppose, to the period I last watched television with anything like regularity  (who are all these people on now!?!?)).

This story is significant, for in my opinion it speaks volumes about the aims and targets of Chinese espionage, and that in turn speaks reams about who the Chinese government considers to be its real long-term threats. Those multinational energy companies are at the zenith of their power and influence over the policy-making of the Western nations, China's principal competitors not only on the world markets, but its principal competitors for the world's energy supplies, of which China is fast becoming the major consumer. The activity also heralds another disturbing possibility, and that is that China continues to develop its cyber-warfare capabilities in waging "asymmetrical warfare" against those same competing interests.

To a certain extent we cannot fault the Chinese government for this; those same Western geopolitical and economic interests plunged China into cultural division and drug addiction and eventually, a complete breakdown of Chinese political cohesion in the nineteenth century, a breakdown that invited the Japanese invasion in the twentieth century. The Chinese know the tactics, strategies, and family names of those interests as well as we do, if not better. (And, by the way, so do the Egyptians: let's not forget the role that the CIA - and the Nazi International - played in the overthrow of King Farouk and the installation of the current regime from Nasser through Sadat to Mubarak.)

To me, then, this story is just one more small indicator that the Western oligarchs are racking up enemies - powerful ones, ones with long memories - at an alarming rate, and that they are not the omnicompetent, omniscience, omnipotent cabal that many make them out to be.

19 thoughts on “CHINA HACKING INTO ENERGY MULTINATIONALS”

  1. Unfortunitly this was standard or routeen as Richard Boone said as Pilate in the movie The Robe the powers that be have used many drugs to control people fire water for the natives of the lands they conquered and their own under class .Justina some of the worst drugs to screw people are ones that most of us would not consider drugs they are belief systems whether theological or idelogical that have led to more death and misery and distruction down the ages. It what you think that not dangrerous are what you should be wary of as the Chinese are doing it only do on to others what you want others to do to you or you reap what you sow and they know from bitter experence to be on their guard against those who have brought them harm.

    1. my point was, that it is unlikely any innocent people are going
      to get nailed by computer virus investigators, they know to
      go behind the several layers of transit of trouble to the source.

  2. In Cathy O’Brien’s book, Trance Formation of America, it was noted that Chinese officials warned Mark Philips about certain satanic and oligarcy connections to mind control.

  3. I forget the name for that situation, but on TV when there was an
    outbreak of a kind of virus (might be the trojan) that does this
    sort of thing, a computer security specialist said they don’t assume
    the first computer it tracks back to is to blame, but look further,
    some program that sits on the computer, goes to another and
    does ditto, and finally after some removes gets to its target and
    reports back.

  4. My wife is Chinese. I am Canadian. Are Chinese civilians, criminals and government hacking, probably – it’s the most cost effective spying technique. Hell, you don’t even need to pay plane tickets and hotel rooms.

    HOWEVER: please note the following.

    If I hack your computer and put a nice little proxy in it. The next time I hack anyone, they’ll trace it back to you. And China is the world leader in proxies.

  5. Thanks Vinnie! I just finished skimming all of your link. Now for some in depth alpha omega reading. (I have long admired K. A. Fitts.)

  6. yep, Harrimans, Bushes, and founding families of the Skull and Bones Society….

    the War on Drugs is a fallacy, designed to keep profits high and periodically bust the producers and mules for show, while the PTB rakes it in.

    folks bemoan the poppy fields in Afghanistan but ignore an obvious rational humane solution: let the farmers continue to grow freely to help rebuild personal and local community income; integrate them into distribution coops to guarantee fair profitable producer price; setup up UNESCO controlled purchasing monopoly (no local, regional, national fingers in the pie) and distribute legal morphine and related products to hospitals and medical NGO’s around the world… let the US Military/Diplomatic presence (money already being spent in destructive modes) be a reliable guarantor of the process…

    stepping way back for global macro view and we can understand that this third rock from the sun hosts an interleave of various evolutionary cycles — genetic, psychic, moral, spiritual plus economic, political and social… if we did not have the Rothschild’s, Windsor/Mountbatten’s, Rockefeller’s, Harriman’s, Bush’s, Kennedy’s, Clinton’s, Gate’s, etc. there would be other individuals and families taking their place….

    let the old world order battle it out and self-destruct… humanity is on the threshold of an individual/collective Leap of Consciousness — required before we will see a genuine new world order… this is not an isolated change — it is planetary, multi-cultural, multi-lingual…

    those of us, who have been blessed with the wisdom and intuition to peek over the horizon, so to speak, can individually and collectively constructively endeavor to generate the new memes and lay the new foundations…

    1. Duncan Phelps

      Wow! I’ll go along with you on this one Ken.
      Many of us can do it without drugs too. Let this be a good example for others to follow.
      However, the key is massive decriminalization [then there can be programs for the “un-fixed” paid by controlled sales]; not total legalization. There is a difference. ..And anything to stop this insane and profitable ‘War [on]FOR Drugs.’

      Duncan Phelps, gov’nor 51 e-state (state of mind/being/reality: each [of us has] an estate [thanks to Trust Law] to claim, with which we may govern of our own self [“outside” The System/the-box], if we are responsible and keen!)

  7. Wow, so much for civil discourse. Vinnie’s comment didn’t strike me as condoning one outcome or the other… just pointing out that it really doesn’t matter which way the cookie crumbles.

    It’s fine to have strong opinions. Even better to be able to express them without resorting to personal attack mode, that really takes away from the point being made.

    I’m sure Dr. Farrell has better things to do than moderate the comments posted here.

    Peace!

  8. I forgot one thing, remember that bit about destroying Chinese
    society with the drugs? THAT happened when it was legal in
    China. So think again.

    Never forget, that God is in charge of all ultimately, and will
    at times tweak things to the benefit of those He chooses to
    have mercy on. So instead of decrying efforts to control a
    problem, let us rather decry and correct the corruption that
    prevents the efforts from being effective.

  9. I think, that it wasn’t them that made these things illegal, it was
    the groundswell of the people sick of the personality changes
    and other evils that these things bring, WITHOUT any law
    breaking to get them (though these mental and spiritual
    conditions facilitate law breaking and various immoralities and
    heartlessness in pursuit of other matters), through our
    elected representatives, to get the Harrison Act through.

    At the time, someone maybe Harrison himself said, that they
    had wanted to outlaw tobacco and alcohol also, but these
    were just too entrenched (incl. among the people in
    Congress and in judiciary and police) for this to be feasible.

    Opiates DO something to you, and so does cocaine and
    more recent stuff. Never mind law breaking, there is all kinds
    of conniving,heartless, reckless and otherwise nasty behavior,
    or states of mind one has to fight in order to not be like that.

    My mother’s father was a small town doctor in Vandalia, MO
    he lived to 96 I think and died of prostate cancer, he was
    born in 1854 (there was a big age gap between him and his
    wife), and he knew his patients, and had watched what would
    happen in their souls.

    Because of this, he staved off going on morphine until the
    last few weeks (or months, I am not sure) of his life, when he
    couldn’t take the pain any more. At that point, before he
    took the shot, he assembled his family and told them all
    goodbye, because he knew he would not be the same
    personality anymore.

    And he wasn’t. As Mom described him, he was brilliant,
    maybe a bit psychic but something had died in him.

    And you give a hoot whether someone weasles money by
    making this illegal to profit on the side? idiot. be grateful
    this shit isn’t over the counter easy access any more.

    And forget about addiction, that’s just part of it, The real
    problem is long before addiction kicks in. On prescription
    I saw the inside of a codeine pill once, and by an accident
    another round due to cough syrup someone gave me.
    I mentioned looking into the face of evil in the past, but
    the real nasty experience is when you watch some form
    of it working inside you. I never finished that prescription
    (after pain widsom teeth pulling), and demanded for the
    second pair of teeth something non opiate, so I was
    introduced to naprosyn, which has been my favorite
    (in its modern incarnation as aleve, take 3 at once maybe
    twice a day, rather than the instructions on the bottle)
    ever since. Most of the time I can do without, but it kills
    pain better than codeine and doesn’t screw with your
    heart or soul.

    1. BTW I apologize to you for calling you an idiot. And to Dr. Farrell
      for being more combative here than is probably appreciated.
      After all, we are to speak the truth in a kindly way (“speak
      the truth in love”) says St. Peter in one of his Epistles.

      1. Forget about it. I’ve been called worse and I understand, as best I can why the emotions of your experiences would overcome you.
        What I would ask is not that you change your views, but instead look at the evidence as to who benefits from the trade and how the outlawing of drugs has increased not only the profits but led to more control over increasing areas of the lives of all of us. Just follow the money and then let everyone know your thoughts and conclusions. We already know your feelings on the matter.
        What you put in your body, or what you wish to do is of no concern to me. Far from it. There’s no charter that gives me the power or right to tell you or anyone how to live and I don’t recall omniscience as being one of my attributes. I have neither the wisdom nor do I desire to control anyone, or wish to control more than my own bowl and bladder. Your life is yours to do with as you wish.

        1. I know that the illegalization of anything, makes a potential
          profit for smugglers. That is true even of taxes.

          But there is a much bigger picture. And we don’t need
          omniscience to figure out part of it. Many people
          benefit from things being illegal and hard to get, since
          it limits the temptation they face, when they want it.

          I know all the stuff you are telling me, I have been
          reading on this and that for many many years. But there
          is SOME good done. A way of escape and a way of
          prevention for many.

          The problem is corruption, and to start targetting the
          same people the Chinese seem to be targetting, in
          our case, the targetting should be to illegalize their
          presence in power. This is not impossible, but it is
          difficult. It would probably have to be done sneakily,
          in stages.

    2. In reply to Justina’s comments cut and pasted below:

      People’s reactions to medications and known addictive substances do vary greatly among individuals. Medication and known substances including alcoholic beverages is exactly like prescription glasses: a prescription for one person may be completely wrong and addictive for another.

      For Justina who wrote the commentary below, clearly, opiates are the incorrect pain prescription for her and sounds like even for her grandfather and quite a few of the patients he treated when he was a practicing physician. Aleve is completely unacceptable for me since I do have a thyroid condition. When Aleve first came to market I tried it for mild, over the counter non-surgical level pain and all I got was dizziness and a number of unwanted side effects-this was just before being diagnosed with a low thyroid condition. I even gave Aleve a try on a couple of other occasions with the same results in the year prior to the diagnosis but for over the counter mild pain such as muscle cramps, mild pulled tendons or tenosynovitis Advil will partially to fully do the trick.

      For dental pain vicodin, a non codeine/opiate works fine for me as does codeine. My reaction is a slow relief of the pain with a gentle sleepiness until it wears off. As for cough syrup that is a formula of guifanesin plus codeine, that particular medication ever since I was a child is the correct prescription for a situation involving bronchitis, a 100 degree plus fever and a sore throat with unstoppable coughing. Taking the correct dose before bedtime in that situation always allows me to smoothly go to sleep and awaken the next day with sleep that would never have been possible without it. My reaction to opiate based shots and pills for wisdom teeth extraction was always appropriate: relief of pain with slight sleepiness and NO change to personality and no desire to use in an addictive way! Also, since I am lucky not to have any addictive chemistry, here’s what happens when I drink: I only have the desire to have 1 to 3 low alcohol beverages such as wine or beer when I choose to and usually it’s with a meal, if I decide to have a liquor it will be in the form of a small shot glass and maybe one or two of those after a heavier meal with a small dessert. The alcohol will give me a relaxed to slightly drowsy feeling followed by a more awake state after about an hour or two-no desire to continue having more glasses than that. Having several friends with alcohol addiction and even having lived with someone with this disorder, I know better than anyone that those with addiction truly have something different in their biological makeup than me and for that I am sorry that it has to be that way-as one of my friends said:’I hate it that I have alcoholism and anyone who says it’s a blessing has got to be nuts!’ How much he wishes that he could simply enjoy a few glasses of wine or beer with food as I do, but how fortunate that his addiction no longer prevents him from choosing not to drink because for him 1 drink leads to many more until he ends up in the hospital!

      I am glad opiates are by prescription only since there would be many more addicts in the USA than there are now. It would probably resemble the days of the turn of the century with many more senseless deaths if it was available over the counter since there are and always will be people with an addictive genetic makeup to opiates and for whom YES it will affect their personality since, just like the eyeglasses analogy, it is the wrong prescription for them.

      Justina says:
      February 13, 2011 at 11:37 am
      I think, that it wasn’t them that made these things illegal, it was
      the groundswell of the people sick of the personality changes
      and other evils that these things bring, WITHOUT any law
      breaking to get them (though these mental and spiritual
      conditions facilitate law breaking and various immoralities and
      heartlessness in pursuit of other matters), through our
      elected representatives, to get the Harrison Act through.

      At the time, someone maybe Harrison himself said, that they
      had wanted to outlaw tobacco and alcohol also, but these
      were just too entrenched (incl. among the people in
      Congress and in judiciary and police) for this to be feasible.

      Opiates DO something to you, and so does cocaine and
      more recent stuff. Never mind law breaking, there is all kinds
      of conniving,heartless, reckless and otherwise nasty behavior,
      or states of mind one has to fight in order to not be like that.

      My mother’s father was a small town doctor in Vandalia, MO
      he lived to 96 I think and died of prostate cancer, he was
      born in 1854 (there was a big age gap between him and his
      wife), and he knew his patients, and had watched what would
      happen in their souls.

      Because of this, he staved off going on morphine until the
      last few weeks (or months, I am not sure) of his life, when he
      couldn’t take the pain any more. At that point, before he
      took the shot, he assembled his family and told them all
      goodbye, because he knew he would not be the same
      personality anymore.

      And he wasn’t. As Mom described him, he was brilliant,
      maybe a bit psychic but something had died in him.

      And you give a hoot whether someone weasles money by
      making this illegal to profit on the side? idiot. be grateful
      this shit isn’t over the counter easy access any more.

      And forget about addiction, that’s just part of it, The real
      problem is long before addiction kicks in. On prescription
      I saw the inside of a codeine pill once, and by an accident
      another round due to cough syrup someone gave me.
      I mentioned looking into the face of evil in the past, but
      the real nasty experience is when you watch some form
      of it working inside you. I never finished that prescription
      (after pain widsom teeth pulling), and demanded for the
      second pair of teeth something non opiate, so I was
      introduced to naprosyn, which has been my favorite
      (in its modern incarnation as aleve, take 3 at once maybe
      twice a day, rather than the instructions on the bottle)
      ever since. Most of the time I can do without, but it kills
      pain better than codeine and doesn’t screw with your
      heart or soul.

      1. obviously, sometimes opiates are the only way to go.
        a risk exists. The more mature you are, which incl.
        the more able to examine and restrain improper lines
        of thought and feeling, the less the risk.

  10. If anyone would like a little fun exercise, I invite them to look into which family fortunes were made running opium to the Chinese in the 19th century. Do we really think these well known families would just walk away from the source of their wealth by having them outlawed, or does it make more sense that by making them illegal, they get to not only multiply the profits, but that they get to control their competition as well as the production and distribution? What do you think the CIA and DEA among other agencies real jobs are?

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