Visions of a Freeman - Wednesday, March 20 of 2013
US Media executes WAR PROPAGANDA against North Korea.

Today I want to show the US bullies in action, the blood thirsty media tyranny that is practically forbidden to analyze in the United States. In the United States there is no freedom of speech when it comes to holding these criminals accountable of their actions and their crimes against public peace, world peace and social mental health.

I am going to prove that the US media is in a constant push for war, for conflict and for hatred in a war that is practically forbidden in the United States tyranny: In a very ethical and scientific way.

So let us use what is forbidden in the United States: Scientific thinking.

Most of the people in the United States are not aware that they do not have the right to question their media, thus there is no freedom of speech in the United States, the people of the United States have almost nothing to say when the media drags them to war.

I strongly advise people in the United States to NOT do what I am doing, it is dangerous to question the media in the United States and might lead to prosecution, like if it were a CRIME to question the slave owner media. I do it but I am risking my life by doing so and I am not in the United States tyrany.

But let us see the news in question using the TRIBalance academic system.

We will start with CBSNews:
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-57575276/several-major-s-korean-computer-networks-freeze-some-coming-back-online/
CBS/AP/ March 20, 2013, 2:59 AM
Several major S. Korean computer networks freeze; some coming back online
Updated 5:25 a.m. ET

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA Computers networks at two major South Korean banks and three top TV broadcasters went into shutdown mode en masse Wednesday, paralyzing bank machines across the country and prompting speculation of a cyberattack by North Korea.

Screens went blank promptly at 2 p.m. local time, with skulls reportedly popping up on the screens of some computers -- a strong indication that hackers planted a malicious code in South Korean systems, the state-run Korea Information Security Agency said. Some computers started to get back online more than 2-1/2 hours later.

Police and South Korean officials investigating the shutdown said the cause was not immediately clear. But speculation centered on North Korea, with experts saying a cyberattack orchestrated by Pyongyang was likely to blame.

The government issued a cybersecurity advisory warning website owners to beware of cyberattacks, the KCC said.

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The shutdown comes amid rising rhetoric and threats of attack from Pyongyang in response to U.N. punishment for its December rocket launch and February nuclear test. Washington also expanded sanctions against North Korea this month in a bid to cripple the regime's ability to develop its nuclear program.

North Korea has threatened revenge for the sanctions and for ongoing routine U.S.-South Korean military drills it considers invasion preparation.

LG Uplus Corp., South Korea's third-largest mobile operator, which also operates landline services, said the company's networks are operating normally and it did not see any signs of a cyberattack, company spokesman Lee Jung-hwan said.

The companies whose networks shut down Wednesday afternoon all use LG Uplus, but also use other services from SK Telecom Co. and KT Corp, he said.

But the Reuters news agency reports that, "The network provided by LG UPlus Corp showed a page that said it had been hacked by a group calling itself the "Whois Team", an unknown group. It featured three skulls and a warning that this was the beginning of 'Our Movement"'.

Accusations of cyberattacks on the Korean Peninsula are not new. Seoul believes Pyongyang was behind at least two cyberattacks on local companies in 2011 and 2012.

The latest network paralysis took place just days after North Korea accused South Korea and the U.S. of staging a cyberattack that shut down its websites for two days last week. The Thai-based Internet service provider confirmed the outage, but did not say what caused the shutdown in North Korea.

The accusations from both sides show that the warfare between the foes has expanded into cyberspace.

Last week, North Korea's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea warned South Korea's ``reptile media'' that Pyongyang was prepared to wage a "sophisticated strike'' on the South.

"(Wednesday's outage has) got to be a hacking attack," Lim Jong-in, dean of Korea University's Graduate School of Information Security, said of Wednesday's events. "Such simultaneous shutdowns cannot be caused by technical glitches."

Shinhan Bank, a lender of South Korea's fourth-largest banking group, reported a system shutdown, including online banking and automated teller machines. The company couldn't conduct any customer activities at bank windows, including retail and corporate banking.

At one Starbucks in downtown Seoul, customers were asked to pay for their coffee in cash, and lines were forming outside disabled bank machines. Seoul is a largely cashless society, with many people using debit and credit cards.

Broadcasters KBS and MBC said their computers went down at 2 p.m., but officials said the shutdown did not affect daily TV broadcasts.

YTN cable news channel also said the company's internal computer network was completely paralyzed. Local TV showed workers staring at blank computer screens.

Shinhan Bank said its networks were back online by 3:50 p.m. local time and that banking was back to normal at branches and online. But computers at KBS and MBC were still down more than three hours after the shutdown began, the news outlets said.

The South Korean military raised its cyberattack readiness level Wednesday following the shutdown, the Defense Ministry said. Defense officials reported no signs of cyberattacks on its ministry's computer network and had no immediate details about the broader shutdown.

No government computers were affected, officials said. President Park Geun-hye called for quick efforts to get systems back online, according to her spokeswoman, Kim Haing.

The investigation will take months, Lim said.

"Hackers attack media companies usually because of a political desire to cause confusion in society," he said. "Political attacks on South Korea come from North Koreans."

Massive shutdowns of the networks of major companies take at least one to six months of planning and coordination, said Kwon Seok-chul, chief executive officer of Seoul-based cyber security firm Cuvepia Inc.

2013 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

As you can see there is a lot of war mongering and an awful lot of bias against North Korea. There is also a lot of accusations that do not have any ethical base and are purely personal. It's a propaganda war against North Korea, you can see by the laxity in ethics.

All these attacks are a terrible indication of a biased atack:

prompting speculation of a cyberattack by North Korea

speculation centered on North Korea

cyberattack orchestrated by Pyongyang was likely to blame.

Spiced with pure terrorism with links:

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There is a string desire to try to make the action into something very sinister and scary:

"Hackers attack media companies usually because of a political desire to cause confusion in society," he said. "Political attacks on South Korea come from North Koreans."

Then they say something that has nothing to do with real science and has no scientific evidence:

Massive shutdowns of the networks of major companies take at least one to six months of planning and coordination, said Kwon Seok-chul, chief executive officer of Seoul-based cyber security firm Cuvepia Inc.

Let me make something clear, it was not a massive attack against several companies, it was only one attack against one internet provider... Or so it seems from other news that I detail below. Note that CBS did not make ANY mention of that fact in what can only be seen as an effort to scare and cause panic in total disregard for ethics.

Look:

The companies whose networks shut down Wednesday afternoon all use LG Uplus, but also use other services from SK Telecom Co. and KT Corp, he said.

Note that it does not say that LG UPlus was the one that came under atack.

But the Reuters news agency reports that, "The network provided by LG UPlus Corp showed a page that said it had been hacked by a group calling itself the "Whois Team", an unknown group. It featured three skulls and a warning that this was the beginning of 'Our Movement"'.

Note that it says the network was attacked but it does not say that only it was attacked, in fact it does not even say Uplus was attacked in a hostile way, it just says there was a web page and nothing more. Only one computer hack, only one server, all this mess for the hacking of only one server but that is not what the news says as it tries to create panic to worry and force the Namerican people to hate and be afraid, that is terrorism, that is not a democracy, it is a DEMONcracy.

Note the fact that it was only UPlus that was attacked.

This is part of the criminal machine that always has the United States people in constant fear and with hostile enemies in the entire world.

2013 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

CBS Interactive Inc. You are a slave. This material may not be questioned, studied, analyzed scientifically, shared or show alarm because of unethical practices.

Now NBCNews:
http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/03/20/17380277-south-korea-on-alert-after-hackers-strike-banks-broadcasters?lite
South Korea on alert after hackers strike banks, broadcasters

By Ju-min Park and Joyce Lee, Reuters

SEOUL -- South Korean police were investigating a hacking attack on an Internet provider that brought down the servers of three broadcasters and two major banks on Wednesday, and the army raised its alert level due to concerns of North Korean involvement.

The network provided by LG UPlus Corp. showed a page that said it had been hacked by a group calling itself the "Whois Team," an unknown group. It featured three skulls and a warning that this was the beginning of "Our Movement."

Servers at television networks YTN, MBC and KBS were affected as well as Shinhan Bank and NongHyup Bank, both major financial institutions, police and government officials said.

"We sent down teams to all affected sites. We are now assessing the situation. This incident is pretty massive, and it will take a few days to collect evidence," a police official said.

Police and government officials declined to speculate on whether North Korea, which has threatened to attack both South Korea and the United States after it was hit with United Nations sanctions for its February nuclear test, was behind the cyberattack.

North Korea has in the past staged cyberattacks on the world's most wired country, targeting conservative newspapers, banks and government institutions.

South Korea's military said it was not affected but raised its state of readiness in response.

None of South Korea's oil refineries, power stations, ports or airports was affected.

The biggest attack by Pyongyang was a 10-day denial of service attack in 2011 that antivirus firm McAfee, part of Intel Corp, dubbed "Ten Days of Rain" and which it said was a bid to probe the South's computer defenses in the event of a real conflict.

Shinhan Bank, one of the financial institutions affected, said its servers were back up by 4 p.m. local time (3 a.m. ET).

South Korean police were investigating a hacking attack on an Internet provider that brought down the servers of three broadcasters and two major banks on Wednesday

Here it clearly states that it was ONLY the Internet provider that was attacked and nothing more. The rest was just a consequence of the fall of that only computer.

Then there is a lot of war mongering and terrorism.

There was no need to even mention refineries, power stations or airports.

There was no need to throw gasoline into the North Korean, South Korean problem at all. This is just a propaganda effort to try to cause alarm, it is terrorism.

Now ABCNews.
http://abcnews.go.com/International/north-korea-eyed-huge-cyber-attack-south-korea/story?id=18769664
North Korea Eyed in Huge Cyber Attack on South Korea

By JOOHEE CHO (@jooheecho)
SEOUL, South Korea March 20, 2013

Computer networks at South Korean TV broadcasters and two majors banks are shut down by malicious cyberattacks today amid speculation that the attack originated from North Korea.

Systems at the South Korean military were not affected, but the army raised its defense level.

North Koreans last week had blamed South Korea and the United States for temporarily shutting down their websites in Pyongyang. For weeks, the communist state has been ratcheting up threats against South Korea and the U.S..

Officials at KBS, MBC, and YTN broadcasters said their computers were shut down at 2 p.m. and have not been able to reboot. LGU+, the network provider to these companies, said they see three skull drawings on a black screen with the phrase, "hacked by Whois Team," which experts say is a secretive group of hackers. The broadcasters are currently capable of airing programs as normal, though.

Shinhan Bank and NongHyup Bank computers were also temporarily shut down. Shinhan Bank, a lender of South Korea's fourth-largest banking group, took a hit on its online banking and automated teller machines, but its servers were back up within two hours.

Police officials are declining to speculate on whether North Korea is behind this attack, but says the incident is "pretty massive" and it will take a few days to collect conclusive evidence.

Others, however, are saying the likely culprit is North Korea.

"Lately they [North Korean leaders] have been stating publicly that they will make a revenge attack," Lim Jong-In, professor of information security at Korea University, told ABC News. "This sort of mass scale attack is a planned organizational one, not by some hacker."

"North Korea wants to show-off their strong arm without making human casualties. Their goal is to create instability here," Lim said.

In addition, previous statements from North Korea's NKTV specifically named KBS and MBC last April saying these TV stations "will come under fire in an unimaginable and unusual way."

North Korea's official Central News Agency had accused South Korea and the U.S. last week of an aggressive stance against the regime with "intensive and persistent virus attacks."

Experts indicated it could take months to determine what happened and one analyst suggested hackers in China were a more likely culprit.

North Korea has staged several cyber attacks targeting South Korea and U.S. institutions since 2009. The two major ones were in 2011 which knocked out South Korean servers at banks, conservative newspapers, and institutions in the form of a denial of service attack which experts believe was an effort to test South's computer defenses.

Wednesday's attack was in the form of hacking and planting malicious software or a virus.

"Their cyber attack method is advancing and unfortunately, there can not be a perfect defense in the future," said Joseph Yoon, IT specialist at Korea Telecom. "These attacks will not result in casualties, but such indirect attack on social infrastructure creates instability and distrust among the South Korean citizens towards the government."

Lim said North Korea is an expert at hacking.

"North Korean hacking skills are one of the world's top five. It's not a matter of how weak South Korean is in defending the attacks. We are talking about determined attackers who work non-stop to hack their hostile enemy, South Korea and the U.S.," warned Lim.

ABC News' Cho Long Park, Joanne Kim, and The Associated Press contributed to this story.

malicious cyberattacks today amid speculation that the attack originated from North Korea.

It talks about many attacks. You can read it clearly, when actually it was only one attack on one internet provider's computer. They use the word "malicious", even if it was only a web page and a provider shut down. In computer engineering a "malicious attack" destroys, the nature of the attack is unknown.

LGU+, the network provider to these companies, said they see three skull drawings on a black screen with the phrase, "hacked by Whois Team," which experts say is a secretive group of hackers.

It does not clearly indicate that the computer of LGU+ was the only one attacked, it just says that it saw a web page but it does try to do terrorism against North Korea and scare people, it is pure war propaganda.

It even uses ghosts:

Experts indicated it could take months to determine what happened and one analyst suggested hackers in China were a more likely culprit.

All this is full of war mongering, what I would call a WAR CRY.

Now CNN:
http://edition.cnn.com/2013/03/20/world/asia/south-korea-computer-outage/index.html?hpt=hp_t2
Computers paralyzed at South Korean broadcasters and banks
By Michael Pearson. K.J. Kwon and Jethro Mullen, CNN
March 20, 2013 -- Updated 1206 GMT (2006 HKT)

Seoul, South Korea (CNN) -- A suspected cyberattack on Wednesday appeared to target South Korean banks and broadcasters.

Suspicion immediately fell on North Korea, which has recently renewed threats to go to war with the South amid rising tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons and missile testing and international efforts to stop them.

South Korea's military stepped up its cyberdefense efforts in response to the widespread outages, which hit nine companies, the semiofficial Yonhap News Agency reported, citing the National Police Agency.

Government computer networks did not seem to be affected, Yonhap cited the National Computing and Information Agency as saying.

A joint team from government, the military and private industry was responding, a presidential spokeswoman said.

While the source of the problem remained unclear, the Korea Communications Commission said hacking was suspected, Yonhap reported.

South Korea has accused the North of similar hacking attacks before, including incidents in 2010 and 2012 that also targeted banks and media organizations.

The outages come amid heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula, with the North angrily responding to a recent U.N. Security Council vote to impose tougher sanctions on Pyongyang following the country's latest nuclear test last month.

Last week, North Korea invalidated its 60-year-old armistice with the South. It has threatened to attack its neighbor with nuclear weapons and has also threatened the United States.

The armistice agreement, signed in 1953, ended the three-year war between North and South but left the two nations technically in a state of war.

The saber-rattling prompted the United States to deploy B-52 bombers to conduct high-profile flyovers of its South Korean ally and announce that it would deploy new ground-based missile interceptors on its West Coast against the remote possibility that North Korea could strike the United States with long-range weapons.

Last week, North Korea complained that it was the victim of "intensive and persistent virus attacks" from the United States and South Korea, according to KCNA, the official North Korean news agency.

Wednesday's outages affected three broadcasters, four banks and two insurance companies, according to Yonhap.

The three broadcasters -- KBS, MBC and YTN -- reported varying levels of trouble containing the virus. While the networks remained on the air, cable network YTN said editing equipment had been affected and it expected to experience broadcasting problems, Yonhap reported.

Computer networks stopped working entirely at three banks -- Shinhan, Nonghyup and Jeju -- around 2 p.m. Wednesday, Yonhap reported, citing the National Police Agency. Another financial institution, Woori Bank in Seoul, reported it was able to fend off a hacking attack at about the same time.

The banks that were affected reported problems with a variety of systems, including Internet banking, ATMs and telecommunication services, Yohnap reported. Some branches stayed open late because of the slowdown, Yonhap reported.

More war mongering in an effort to raise tensions between North Korea and South Korea.

Look at this:

The three broadcasters -- KBS, MBC and YTN -- reported varying levels of trouble containing the virus.

What virus? Now they want to turn it into a virus only because the internet provider was shut down?

There are no details of that alleged virus, all that is known is that the internet provider crashed due to a simple hack. A hacked internet provider does not mean it can spread a virus as it wishes, in fact the risk is almost the same as having no firewall or antivirus, but all those companies most likely had them if what they say about previous scares is true. I see that they are trying to impose a virus from a simple news that an internet provider crashed.

Now FoxNews:
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/03/20/south-korean-banks-and-media-report-computer-network-crash/
South Korean banks and media report computer network crash, causing speculation of North Korea cyberattack
Published March 20, 2013
Associated Press

SEOUL, South Korea Computer networks at major South Korean banks and top TV broadcasters crashed simultaneously Wednesday, paralyzing bank machines across the country and prompting speculation of a cyberattack by North Korea.

Screens went blank at 2 p.m. (0500 GMT), the state-run Korea Information Security Agency said, and more than seven hours later some systems were still down.

Police and South Korean officials couldn't immediately determine responsibility and North Korea's state media made no immediate comments on the shutdown. But some experts suspected a cyberattack orchestrated by Pyongyang. The rivals have exchanged threats amid joint U.S.-South Korean military drills and in the wake of U.N. sanctions meant to punish North Korea over its nuclear test last month.

The network paralysis took place just days after North Korea accused South Korea and the U.S. of staging a cyberattack that shut down its websites for two days last week. Loxley Pacific, the Thailand-based Internet service provider, confirmed the North Korean outage but did not say what caused it.

The South Korean shutdown did not affect government agencies or potential targets such as power plants or transportation systems, and there were no immediate reports that bank customers' records were compromised, but the disruption froze part of the country's commerce.

Some customers were unable to use the debit or credit cards that many rely on more than cash. At one Starbucks in downtown Seoul, customers were asked to pay for their coffee in cash, and lines formed outside disabled bank machines.

Shinhan Bank, a major South Korean lender, reported a two-hour system shutdown, including online banking and automated teller machines. It said networks later came back online and that banking was back to normal. Shinhan said no customer records or accounts were compromised.

Another big bank, Nonghyup, said its system eventually came back online. Officials didn't answer a call seeking details on the safety of customer records. Jeju Bank said some of its branches also reported network shutdowns.
Broadcasters KBS and MBC said their computers went down at 2 p.m., but that the shutdown did not affect TV broadcasts. Computers were still down about seven hours after the shutdown began, according to the state-run Korea Communications Commission, South Korea's telecom regulator.

The YTN cable news channel also said the company's internal computer network was paralyzed. Footage showed workers staring at blank computer screens.

KBS employees said they watched helplessly as files stored on their computers began disappearing.

Last year, North Korea threatened to attack several news companies, including KBC and MBC, over their reports critical of children's' festivals in the North.

"It's got to be a hacking attack," said Lim Jong-in, dean of Korea University's Graduate School of Information Security. "Such simultaneous shutdowns cannot be caused by technical glitches."

The Korea Information Security Agency had reported that an image of skulls and a hacking claim had popped up on some of the computers that shut down, but later said those who reported the skulls did not work for the five companies whose computers suffered massive outages. KISA was investigating the skull images as well.

An official at the Korea Communications Commission said investigators speculate that malicious code was spread from company servers that send automatic updates of security software and virus patches.

LG Uplus Corp., which provides network services for the companies that suffered outages, saw no signs of a cyberattack on its networks, company spokesman Lee Jung-hwan said.

The South Korean military raised its cyberattack readiness level but saw no signs of cyberattacks on its networks, the Defense Ministry said.

No government computers were affected, officials said. President Park Geun-hye called for quick efforts to get systems back online, according to her spokeswoman, Kim Haing.

The shutdown raised worries about the overall vulnerability to attacks in South Korea, a world leader in broadband and mobile Internet access. Previous hacking attacks at private companies compromised millions of people's personal data. Past malware attacks also disabled access to government agency websites and destroyed files in personal computers.

Seoul believes North Korea runs an Internet warfare unit aimed at hacking U.S. and South Korean government and military networks to gather information and disrupt service.

Seoul blames North Korean hackers for several cyberattacks in recent years. Pyongyang has either denied or ignored those charges. Hackers operating from IP addresses in China have also been blamed.

In 2011, computer security software maker McAfee Inc. said North Korea or its sympathizers likely were responsible for a cyberattack against South Korean government and banking websites earlier that year. The analysis also said North Korea appeared to be linked to a 2009 massive computer-based attack that brought down U.S. government Internet sites. Pyongyang denied involvement.

The shutdown comes amid rising rhetoric and threats of attack from Pyongyang over the U.N. sanctions. Washington also expanded sanctions against North Korea this month in a bid to cripple the government's ability to develop its nuclear program.

North Korea has threatened revenge for the sanctions and for ongoing U.S.-South Korean military drills, which the allies describe as routine but which Pyongyang says are rehearsals for invasion.

On Wednesday, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected military drills in which drone planes hit targets and rockets shot down mock enemy cruise missiles. Kim told officers the North should "destroy the enemies without mercy so that not a single man can survive to sign a document of surrender when a battle starts," according to the official Korean Central News Agency.

Last week, North Korea's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea warned South Korea's "reptile media" that the North was prepared to conduct a "sophisticated strike" on Seoul.


North Korea also has claimed cyberattacks by the U.S. and South Korea. The North's official Korean Central News Agency accused the countries of expanding an aggressive stance against Pyongyang into cyberspace with "intensive and persistent virus attacks."

South Korea denied the allegation and the U.S. military declined to comment.

Lim said he believes hackers in China were likely culprits in the outage in Pyongyang, but that North Korea was probably responsible for Wednesday's attack.

"Hackers attack media companies usually because of a political desire to cause confusion in society," he said. "Political attacks on South Korea come from North Koreans."

Orchestrating the mass shutdown of the networks of major companies would have taken at least one to six months of planning and coordination, said Kwon Seok-chul, chief executive officer of Seoul-based cybersecurity firm Cuvepia Inc.

Kwon, who analyzed personal computers at one of the three broadcasters shut down Wednesday, said he hasn't yet seen signs that the malware was distributed by North Korea.

"But hackers left indications in computer files that mean this could be the first of many attacks," he said.
Lim said tracking the source of the outage would take months.

KBS employees said they watched helplessly as files stored on their computers began disappearing.

There it is again, what virus?

If there was a virus then there would be no need to hack an internet provider and crash it... In fact if it was a virus a programmer would not want to crash the provider at all in order to spread the virus... It is all a big fat lie. A true hacker would not want to shut down the media by which his virus spreads, on the contrary he would try to keep the connection alive as much as possible to increase damage.

The Korea Information Security Agency had reported that an image of skulls and a hacking claim had popped up on some of the computers that shut down, but later said those who reported the skulls did not work for the five companies whose computers suffered massive outages. KISA was investigating the skull images as well.

Now they try to discredit the evidence about it being just an attack on an internet provider.

If it was a virus, then there would be no need to crash an internet provider at all, in fact if the firewall of the company that says it was attacked worked at all a sick internet provider would be as dangerous as a normal virus. People do not understand these things because they are not programmers.

FoxNews even goes as far as trying to hide the fact that the Internet Provider was attacked AT ALL! That is done to increase the terrorism and scare as much as possible. It is WAR PROPAGANDA.

An official at the Korea Communications Commission said investigators speculate that malicious code was spread from company servers that send automatic updates of security software and virus patches.

Speculate?

If it says that it is "speculated" it means that they are NOT SURE at all, they are guessing, which can be the same as INVENTING the whole fact that it was a virus while they try to hide the fact it was just a simple attack to the internet provider, fact that FoxNews totally hides... That can only be considered WAR PROPAGANDA.

It does not say ANYTHING about this:

The companies whose networks shut down Wednesday afternoon all use LG Uplus

In fact it even tries to discredit that fact.

Look:

but later said those who reported the skulls did not work for the five companies whose computers suffered massive outages.

Who ever said it was the five companies that showed the skulls?

Pay attention to the news above:

The network provided by LG UPlus Corp showed a page that said it had been hacked by a group calling itself the "Whois Team", an unknown group

Which is totally different from this:

but later said those who reported the skulls did not work for the five companies whose computers suffered massive outages.

Who ever said that the workers of the companies that had that internet provider had to even see it? If it was a failure of the Internet Provider then it would be the employees of that internet provider that sees it or everyone that uses that internet provider regardless of the fact that they work or do not work in a company that had it's internet provider crashed.

Is just an attempt by FoxNews to do terrorism and hide any evidence that might reduce the scare.

Then they try to implicate China without a single proof at all:

Lim said he believes hackers in China were likely culprits in the outage in Pyongyang, but that North Korea was probably responsible for Wednesday's attack.


It is obvious that FoxNews is doing TERRORISM in the form of WAR PROPAGANDA.

Observe:

Orchestrating the mass shutdown of the networks of major companies would have taken at least one to six months of planning and coordination, said Kwon Seok-chul, chief executive officer of Seoul-based cybersecurity firm Cuvepia Inc.

The networks of major companies? It was only ONE Internet provider that crashed!

This is extremely sick, the way they use the people as cattle, trick them, lie to them for the purpose of profitable scandal and even to force a war where many thousands might die.

Since we just saw the brutal lack of ethics from so many sources that are the Media Tanks of the United States I can clearly show that the title of this analysis is scientifically justified:

US Media executes terrorism attack against North Korea.

So what was the real news?

We have to make it up with the facts that have been subject to bias:
 
SOUTH KOREAN INTERNET PROVIDER LGU PLUS CORP SHUT DOWN BY A HACK ATACK.

The South Korean Internet Provider LG UPlus was shut down by hacking on Wednesday.

The network provided by LG UPlus Corp showed a page that said it had been hacked by a group calling itself the "Whois Team", an unknown group. It featured three skulls and a warning that this was the beginning of 'Our Movement"'.

Servers at television networks YTN, MBC and KBS were affected as well as Shinhan Bank and NongHyup Bank, both major financial institutions, police and government officials said.

"We sent down teams to all affected sites. We are now assessing the situation. This incident is pretty massive, and it will take a few days to collect evidence," a police official said.

Police officials indicate that they have no idea who is behind this attack, but says the incident is "pretty massive" and it will take a few days to collect conclusive evidence.

It is a known fact that the attack has been used by unethical media to exploit in a sensationalistic way for profit and to raise tensions in the region, some going as far as to blame China for the incident and trying to hide the fact that the internet provider was ever attacked.

We advise our readers to not panic and handle the situation as ethical as possible to avoid increasing tensions that might lead to deaths intentionally provoked by trying to raise tensions in the region on purpose.

Now you can understand better the incredible danger that a country and even the world faces when the media cannot be analyzed. Like sheep, they are being dragged to wars in a country that does not have freedom of expression when it comes to denouncing the crimes of the media in the United States. If a war does break out, it would be those media the most interested in war scandals, simply because they sell well, its a business, sadly and it is us, the people that suffer, sacrifice and even get killed by the criminal actions of those WAR PIGS.

There is no reason to believe, at all, that the attack was not done by the United States seeing as we have just seen how the US Media engaged in WAR PROPAGANDA and even Media Terrorism to try to take advantage from the hacking and even going as far as to blame China.

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