Sunday, July 15, 2007

DHS TO SHOVE NEW ZEALAND INTO PHONIED-UP CYBER-TERROR DRILL: Electronic Pearl Harbor pimps spotted

"The US business community is under threat from Islamic 'cyberjihadis' and New Zealand is also at risk," claimed electronic Pearl Harbor shill for New Zealand's Computerworld magazine.

"...[The] sceptical George Smith says people spreading news of electronic jihadists exaggerate the threat to attract attention to themselves and sell a product or service."

“It’s business-motivated,” DD told the magzine.

"Cyber-jihad" has become the substitute-term-du-jour" for claims functionally identical to those made about "electronic Pearl Harbor" for the last decade.

"[In] March 2008, New Zealand will join the international Cyber Storm 2 cyber security simulation, aimed at testing our critical infrastructure, including utilities, central government and telecommunications networks," reported the magazine. "It is organised by the US Department for Homeland Security, and also involving Australia, Canada and the United States."

See if you can spot the humorous error in my identifier here.


The electronic Pearl Harbor men.

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