Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Iran accuses Siemens of helping with Stuxnet

Iran sure is slow on the draw! They didn't get around to accusing Siemens of complicity in the creation of Stuxnet until yesterday. On December 6, 2011 I wrote:
I BELIEVE THE STUXNET VIRUS was created by a lone male individual who is at least 60 years old and is working for British Intelligence, supported by U.S., German and Israeli intelligence.
Sorry Iran, but you can bet your cherished goat that Siemens wouldn't have aided the effort without a get-out-of-jail-free card from the German government. My supposition about British involvement still needs to bear fruit, and I'm not sure that piece of the puzzle will ever become public. Because the Brits truly know how to keep secrets. As opposed to certain notoriously self-promoting American and Israeli w√ľnderkinder who are likely putting Stuxnet on their resumes.

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