Wednesday, October 07, 2009

United Nations (UN) Says Next World War Will Occur in Cyberspace

The UN is laying out the upcoming agenda like a corporation at the annual meeting. In the latest scoop from the United Nations, its Telecommunications Agency Chief (and don't call me Chief) Hamadoun Toure is predicting that our next world war battlefield won't be some remote desert in the Middle East or jungle in Southeast Asia, but instead, it will occur in the digital realm where Neo and Agent Smith fight their endless battles. The next World War will occur in the cyberspace world.

"The next world war could happen in cyberspace and that would be a catastrophe. We have to make sure that all countries understand that in that war, there is no such thing as a superpower," Hamadoun Toure said.

"Loss of vital networks would quickly cripple any nation, and none is immune to cyberattack," added the secretary-general of the International Telecommunications Union during the ITU's Telecom World 2009 fair in Geneva.

Of course if this indeed becomes the next World War, this will probably be nothing more than a cyber false flag operation just like the first two World Wars, Vietnam, Spanish American War, Operation Northwoods, 9/11 and other false flag operations.

A cyber false flag will be likely be used as the pretext for the government to take control of the Internet.

Source: The Raw Story

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