Is Russia Plotting Cybergeddon on America?
By Dr. Peter Vincent Pry
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One coordinated cyberattack could shut down 80% of U.S. electrical grid
“Fools rush in where even angels fear to tread.”
— Alexander Pope (1711)
“Be afraid and expect the worst” is Russia’s cyber-warning to Ukraine, flashed to Ukrainian government websites earlier this year, just hours after U.S. and NATO meetings with Russian officials failed to resolve the international crisis that could become World War III.
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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could threaten NATO’s frontline states in eastern Europe. Simultaneously, China is postured to annex Taiwan and the South China Sea. Earlier this year, with China’s approval and support, Russian troops poured into mineral-rich Kazakhstan, like Ukraine, formerly part of the Soviet Union, in an alleged “peacekeeping mission.”
Now and over the past year, both Russia and China have been hurling nuclear threats.
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