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Will Russia Get Blamed for Friday's DNS Attack?
Tags: Hacking Internet Kurt Nimmo Russia DNS Attack Parsifal Empire War Cyber

October 21, 2016 by Kurt Nimmo in Activist Post


A denial of service attack has knocked out Twitter, Netflix, and other large corporate websites.

Wait for it.

Russia will probably be blamed.

TechCrunch reports:


A major cyberattack against an internet directory knocked dozens of popular websites offline today, with outages continuing into the afternoon.

Twitter, SoundCloud, Spotify, Shopify, and other websites have been inaccessible to many users for most of the morning. The outages are the result of a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on the DNS provider Dyn, the company confirmed. The outage was first reported on Hacker News.

According to the White House, the Department of Homeland Security is looking into the outage.

Bruce Schneier, a technology expert, wrote in September he thinks a state actor is probing Internet vulnerabilities ahead of an effort to take down the Internet.


Who would do this? It doesn’t seem like something an activist, criminal, or researcher would do. Profiling core infrastructure is common practice in espionage and intelligence gathering. It’s not normal for companies to do that. Furthermore, the size and scale of these probes — and especially their persistence — points to state actors. It feels like a nation’s military cybercommand trying to calibrate its weaponry in the case of cyberwar. It reminds me of the US’s Cold War program of flying high-altitude planes over the Soviet Union to force their air-defense systems to turn on, to map their capabilities.


He mentions China, but that doesn’t fit the current narrative Russia’s behind the latest spate of cyber attacks and is attempting to sabotage the American selection, excuse me, election.

It’s a foregone conclusion Russia is to blame for cyber attacks. From The Washington Post in mid-September:

Russian hackers appear to be pushing the limits. In recent weeks, the apparent targets have included the electronic files of the Democratic National Committee, the private emails of former secretary of state Colin Powell, and personal drug-testing information about top U.S. athletes.

The Obama administration is considering how to respond. As in most strategic debates, there’s a split between hawks and doves. But there’s a recognition across the U.S. government that the current situation, in which information is stolen electronically and then leaked to damage and destabilize U.S. targets, is unacceptable.

Last week Joe Biden issued a threat. He said the national security state will respond to meddlesome Russian hackers “at the time of our choosing” and “under the circumstances that have the greatest impact.”

The CIA is already on the case. “Intelligence officials told NBC News that CIA has already begun ‘opening cyber doors, selecting targets and making other preparations for an operation,’” the New York Post reported after Biden made his remarks.

The ultimate decision on whether to launch to cyber attack would rest with President Obama, officials said. Sources told NBC News that there are diverging view within the administration about how to proceed.

“I think unless we stand up to this kind of cyber attack from Russia, we’ll only see more and more of it in the future,” Admiral Stavridis said.

Obama? Probably not.

Hillary Clinton?

Bet on it.

Kurt Nimmo is the editor of Another Day in the Empire, where this article first appeared. He is the former lead editor and writer of Infowars.com.

The sad state of both modern politics and modern classical music performance
Tags: state politics Music Classical Trump Clinton Russia nwo

Adam Garrie, October 20, 2016 in The Duran
Both in contemporary politics and in contemporary classical music performance the situation today is of a stifling and boring sameness and conformity.

Between the late 19th century and the lattermost decades of the 20th century, going to an orchestral musical performance had many parallels to watching an enlightened, enthusiastic and informed political debate.

The grand age of orchestral performance bears surprisingly little resemblance to what transpires in most concert halls today.

The passion and individuality of maestros and orchestras has gone, replaced by bland, banal, monotonous, soulless, humanless tedium.

Most of today’s orchestral performances aren’t music at all. They are nothing more than sonic propaganda in the name of calculation, academic snobbery and affected pomposity.

By contrast, orchestras and their conductors used to have distinct identities. Over the last four to five decades or so, we have however lost maestros who imbue their music with tempo rubato/variation.  The idea that a tempo must breathe, flow and be a reflection of a spiritual and emotional journey, has given way to strict adherence to a solid lifeless tempo.

In the age of Golovanov, Furtwangler, Svetlanov, Knappertsbusch, Mravinsky, Mengelberg and Bohm, orchestra performances were narrative journeys. It is what Furtwangler referred to as the ability to ‘transform the sensual into the spiritual’.

Likewise each orchestral culture was unique.

In Russian orchestras one had vibrato laden brass, aggressive strings that were always on the chaotic verge of going flat though without ultimately doing so, stern woodwinds, and staccato percussion.

In Germany, and in Berlin in particular, one had a lush, sonorous weighty, celestial sound, whose apogee was reached under Herbert von Karajan.

Václav Neumann’s Czechs had a captivating woodwind sound which rivalled the strength of the French brass.

Mengleberg’s Concertgebouw was renowned for continual string portamento, just as Stokowski’s Philadelphians were known for their free bowing.

But almost all of this has changed. More and more orchestras sound totally alike. A thin, homogenised sound, signifying nothing.  Stale tempi and no identity.

Beethoven symphonies are today often performed by orchestras little larger than a chamber band in a moronically academic attempt to recreate the inferior playing ability of musicians of the 1820s.  In doing so they cheat their audience of the authentic musical experience.

Politics has taken much the same course.

The speeches and ideas of men as diverse as Gladstone, Bismarck, Lenin, Disraeli, Roosevelt, Tsar Alexander III, Kennedy and Churchill, have given way to an age where speeches and personalities are no longer memorable.

In the same way that orchestral music no longer represents true emotions, political leaders no longer represent their own people nor their own cultures.

Things however are changing.

Russia’s vibrant Duma demonstrates that vigorous political debate from unique men and women with contrasting ideas is still possible.

Throughout Europe the rejection of old political parties has allowed new leaders with fresh ideas to emerge.

Donald Trump’s speeches are rather like an orchestral performance by a Golovanov or Furtwangler.

They are spontaneous, unpredictable, exciting, and human.  They are individual and have a trajectory.

Trump is far more of a rhetorical artist than even his allies give him credit for.

For years people have been saying that politics is boring. They have also said that classical music is boring.

Neither are boring; it’s just that most people have never heard the proper version of either.

I’ll end this post with a clip of the great East German conductor Hermann Abendroth conducting Beethoven’s 9th symphony with a Russian orchestra and choir. Note that Schiller’s ‘Ode to Joy’ is sung in Russian in a very beautiful translation.

Where is such invention today?



The US Air Force uses Russian colors
Tags: USAF US Air Force Russia F/A-18 Hornet Syria False Flag Russia War Parsifal

The US Air Force uses Russian colors

I noticed that the USAF has paint a part of their fighter jets in the Russian colors, even with red star and trappings.
It is supposed to be used for training purposes in the air combat as the 'enemy'.
Nevertheless, in order to carry out False Flag Attacks and the observer to be fooled ...
For example, bomb in Syria an aid convoy and witnesses on the ground mean it was Russian machines.

Parsifal, October 8, 2016
The top and following photos show the American F/A-18 Hornets in the Russian camouflage:

And here is the real Russian Version:

What shows this wrong paint for the Americans = the Russians are the enemy.


The pretense that we were someone else, was ever used for attacks.
Namely, at the June 8, 1967 the Israeli air force attacked the American naval vessel USS Liberty off the coast of the Sinai Peninsula in the Mediterranean Sea and faked it would be an Egyptian military machine.
Napalm bombs were dropped on the ship and American Sailors fired with on-Board cannons.
A total of 34 US-Navy members were killed and 172 injured.

The aim of the Israeli False Flag Attack was to let the Americans believe Egyptian machines had attacked in order the US of A would declare Egypt war.
In fact, ordered the commander of the 6th Fleet, which was in front of Crete, two of the bombers should start from the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga, and in revenge, to flatten the Egyptian capital Cairo with nuclear bombs.
The pilots were but called off by the Minister of Defense McNamara during the outbound flight.

This article should maybe go viral.

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