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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Obama threatens war with Russia over phony election "hack"

"Anyone who has ever looked into the glazed eyes of a soldier dying on the battlefield will think hard before starting a war." 
Otto von Bismarck

  • The insane warmonger Comrade Obama cannot leave office soon enough. He directly threatens Russia with war over the fake CIA report on Internet hacking that no one is allowed to read.

(NBC News)  -  The U.S. used the latest incarnation of an old Cold War communications system — the so-called "Red Phone" that connects Moscow to Washington — to reinforce Obama's September warning that the U.S. would consider any interference on Election Day a grave matter.
This time Obama used the phrase "armed conflict."
"International law, including the law for armed conflict, applies to actions in cyberspace," said part of a message sent over the Red Phone on Oct. 31, according to a senior U.S. official. "We will hold Russia to those standards."

The so-called "Red Phone" system is used to communicate in moments of crisis, such as the September 11, 2001 terror attacks or the U.S. invasion of Iraq. It was never a literal phone, instead beginning as teletype more than 50 years ago, then converting to first fax and then email to link the U.S. and Russia through their Nuclear Risk Reduction Centers.
The Obama administration had never used the cyber line before, officials said. Several intelligence officials told NBC News the use of the system communicated just how serious the situation had become.
"It's a dramatic step to pick that 'phone' up and use it," said Ret. Adm. James Stavridis, the former head of NATO.
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Anonymous said...

he do nothing ... going home to see the White sox , his MLB team , or the Bears

Anonymous said...

The Tool in Chief thought it would somehow legitimaize the hacking allegations by threatening war over it. As usual, big fail, and executive orders don't work on public opinion.