September 28, 2017 By Joseph P. Farrell

And while you're pondering today's main article, ponder this one shared by Mr. R.M.:

Ships fooled in GPS spoofing attack suggest Russian cyberweapon

My problem here, of course, is twofold: (1) why would Russia do this? It has no good reason to do so; and (2) why need it be a cyber weapon? Certainly it could be, but given today's main blog, it might not be.

And, since we're speculating, remember, Russia did not discover this strange "jamming" phenomenon and technology, the Germans did, during World War Two. And that raises the possibility that an extra-territorial actor may also have access to this technology... indeed, they may be using it to "pin the blame on Russia," which, pace Bearden's argument, investigated it since the end of WW2 in very covert projects.