PREPPING ANOTHER NARRATIVE: CYBER ATTACKS ON FOOD PLANTS
It really is amazing to watch Mr. Globaloney work; narratives are prepared sometimes decades in advance. Most recently, we've been hearing a lot about how those supernaturally-cunning-and-never-to-be-trusted-Russians-and-their-super-evil-criminal-genius-scheming-byzantine-mastermind-of-a-leader-Vladimir-Putin are planning to unleash all sorts of cyber-attacks on the West and the USSA, and interrupt our food supply even more. Now, I've no doubt that in the current geopolitical meltdown that Russia both can and would use forms of asymmetrical warfare against the west, but this article shared by E.G. raises some questions about who really might be behind the recent spate of fires at American food processing plants:
As one might suspect I'm going to indulge in a lot of high octane speculations about this story, because it really does beg for them. Firstly, I'm going to follow my old rule here: once is a tragedy, twice is a coincidence, thrice is a pattern, and four or more is a conspiracy. In other words, I don't believe for a moment that all these food processing plant fires are one big pattern of unfortunate accidents or coincidences, any more than I believe that exploding Chinese and Russian chemical plants or ammunition dumps are accidents or coincidences, or professionally-assaulted electrical substations in California, or cut internet cables in San Franfreakshow or Arizona are accidents and coincidences, and yes, I've blogged about all of those topics on this site; just do a search for "chemical plant explosion" on this site, or for "electrical substation" on this website, and you'll get several articles as a result. You may file this article as a "revision and expansion of remarks" for those two sets of search results. Frankly, I've thought for a very long time that what such events really portend are a covert and cyber warfare taking place right in front of our eyes, and that all the usual parties could be involved.
So, could Russia be involved in attacks on food plants? Certainly they could be. Anyone with a background in American intelligence and who did "field" work will tell you that the Russian intelligence services are very good at what they do, particularly when it comes to such in-and-out "make it look like an accident special operations". Would they have a motivation for doing so? Driving up food prices when the stupidity of western leadership has already damaged the supply chains might be a clever thing to do, especially when a large portion of fertilizer supplies come from Russia, and especially when American farmers and middle class people are already feeling the squeeze. Who knows... maybe things might get so bad that the West - in an ironic turnabout-fair-play- from the 1970s - might have to buy grain from Russia rather than vice versa.
But I doubt it. These "accidents", along with the FBI's warnings, have just the right amount of that hysterical odor to them, of the urgent need to "plant the general idea" in the context of a rash of such "accidents and coincidences", that I strongly suspect the narrative is being prepared for false flag operations: "Food plant burns from Cyber Attack: Evidence Points to Russia: a Joint CNN-SeeBS-Faux News Special Report." I suspect that with the failure of the covid planscamdemic narrative, and now the floundering efforts of the Ukraine to preserve that country for the grand GMO-Money-laundering-biowarfare-human trafficking experiment that I suspect is being conducted there, a new narrative is needed.
Wait for it: the internet attacks and power outages are coming, and Russia most probably is not behind them. And the irony is, the leadership classes of the West have now so ruined any trust they once had, that now they have given those very countries the maneuvering room to conduct such operations. What the leadership classes of the west do not understand, is that those operations will most likely be conducted against them, not their populations.
With that in mind, I'm going to come up with a new interpretive paradigm in addition to the old one of "one's an accident, two's a coincidence, three's a pattern, and four's a conspiracy." The new one is: "if the alleged asymmetrical warfare operation hurts the general population of the west, then it's an op of the west's leadership class; if it hurts the west's leadership class but not its general population, then and only then look to the west's enemies."
And as for the current spate of food plant fires, well, I've seen no pictures, so hence have no evidence for this speculation, but remember those California house fires that appeared to start at the electrical meters? It's easy enough to pulse smart meters...
See you on the flip side...
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