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Friday, July 19, 2013

Richard Clarke: Hastings Accident "Consistent with a Car Cyber Attack"

?Intelligence agencies? know how to remotely seize control of a car.?
Kurt Nimmo

Former U.S. National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism Richard Clarke told The Huffington Post on Monday that the fatal crash of journalist Michael Hastings? Mercedes C250 coupe last week is ?consistent with a car cyber attack.?

?There is reason to believe that intelligence agencies for major powers? ? including the United States ? know how to remotely seize control of a car," Clarke said.

On Saturday, posted a video of a talk presented by Dr. Kathleen Fisher, a program manager for DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, an agency of the United States Department of Defense responsible for the development of new technologies. Fisher admitted that the Pentagon has researched remotely controlling cars through hacking on board computers.

In 2011, Car and Driver magazine published an article substantiating the Pentagon research. "Currently, there's nothing to stop anyone with malicious intent and some ?computer-programming skills from taking command of your vehicle. After gaining access, a hacker could control everything from which song plays on the radio to whether the brakes work," writes Keith Barry, citing research conducted by the Center for Automotive Embedded Systems Security, a partnership between the University of California San Diego and the University of Washington.

?What has been revealed as a result of some research at universities is that it?s relatively easy to hack your way into the control system of a car, and to do such things as cause acceleration when the driver doesn?t want acceleration, to throw on the brakes when the driver doesn?t want the brakes on, to launch an air bag,? Clarke told The Huffington Post. ?You can do some really highly destructive things now, through hacking a car, and it?s not that hard.?

Clarke was careful not to directly implicate the government in hacking Hastings? car. ?So if there were a cyber attack on the car ? and I?m not saying there was,? he said, ?I think whoever did it would probably get away with it.?

He also put credence in the FBI?s claim -- despite claims to the contrary by associates of the writer -- that the agency was not investigating him. ?I believe the FBI when they say they weren?t investigating him,? said Clarke. ?That was very unusual, and I?m sure they checked very carefully before they said that.?

?I?m not a conspiracy guy. In fact, I?ve spent most of my life knocking down conspiracy theories,? said Clarke. ?But my rule has always been you don?t knock down a conspiracy theory until you can prove it [wrong]. And in the case of Michael Hastings, what evidence is available publicly is consistent with a car cyber attack. And the problem with that is you can?t prove it.?

Despite the overwhelming evidence that Michael Hastings was targeted and assassinated for his journalism -- most notably his story resulting in the fall of Gen. Stanley McChrystal and remarks on NSA surveillance -- the establishment media continues to portray the attack on Hastings as the delusional meanderings of conspiracy theorists. Clarke?s comments serve as the latest pi?ce de r?sistance in an unfolding drama revealing just how far the government will go to silence critics and truth tellers.

Prior to his murder, Hastings said the Obama administration had declared war on the press. His desire to go into hiding -- expressed in an email mere hours before his assassination -- demonstrates the ability of the government to monitor opponents by using a well-developed NSA surveillance grid and take executive action against investigative journalists and others who dare to stand up to the national security state.

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It amazes me that the press are the ones who give this story and many like it no coverage or dismissive coverage. They are wholly co-opted, and cowed, even to the point of murder of one of their own.

That is truly scary. Crimes by the powerful and repression by the government goes unchallenged or investigated, often even defended.

If the press can't be bothered about freedom of the press, why should the government be? They are tamping down the dirt on their own grave.

Never mind their responsibility to the freedom of the American people.
How many decades has it been now since that notion wasn't a sad joke?

Anyone who thinks the death of Michael Hastings wasn't sinister has only to read his words and watch his video's from the weeks before he died. If you think Ed Snowden took a stand for freedom by revealing the truth about the government, pray for him and his survival.
And that the spirit of Mr. Hastings may rest in peace.

May their work continue so that justice freedom and liberty may not perish from this land, and from this world.

Who cares what Richard Clarke thinks he's part of our dirty Jew establishment. He will cover for the Mossad and the Jewish government in the U.S. What you want to do is look at this: "Woody Harrelson: I'm an anarchist", and then watch this movie: "The Stuntman"; and then recall the old TV series: "Mission Impossible"; and there's your answer.

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