FBI Warns Food Plants of Coming Cyber Attacks!!, 3841

Bill Still

Good afternoon, I’m still reporting on the coup. Well, China Joe must have been watching what his friends in the CCP are doing in Shanghai with their new COVID total lockdown. Destroy the economy of the largest city in the world – who cares. We will always have food. This after a small plane came close to demolishing a General Mills cereal manufacturing facility in Georgia on Thursday – one in a long string of food plant attacks across the country. So now the Federal Bureau of Instigation – or FBI – has stepped in to warn all Food manufacturing facilities that they might become the victims of a massive, coordinated Ransomware attack on food production in the U.S. Just another gambit in this new low-intensity conflict that is now flaring rather hot with China and Russia allied up against the U.S. The Bureau warned in a recent memo: “A significant disruption of grain production could impact the entire food chain, since grain is not only consumed by humans but also used for animal feed … In addition, a significant disruption of grain and corn production could impact commodities trading and stocks.“ Yup, this is what low-intensity conflict looks like – do what they can to injure their #1 enemy, the United States, but do it in a way that offers them plausable deniability which would not provoke a more conventional military response. Why? Because neither China or Russia, could withstand an all-out military confrontation with the United States. Yes they could hurt us, but we can fatally damage their infrastructure to a far greater extent then they can damage ours. So this is how they are playing the game with us. The opposite of low-intensity conflict is kinetic warfare – such as we see Russia doing in Ukraine. The rest of the Bureau’s letter has some interesting points: “… ransomware actors may be more likely to attack agriculture cooperatives during critical planting and harvest seasons, disrupting operations, causing financial loss, and negatively impacting the food supply chain. “The FBI noted ransomware attacks during these seasons against six grain cooperatives during the fall 2021 harvest and two attacks in early 2022 that could impact the planting season by disrupting the supply of seeds and fertilizer. “Cyber actors may perceive cooperatives as lucrative targets with a willingness to pay due to the time-sensitive role they play in agricultural production. Although ransomware attacks against the entire farm-to-table spectrum of the FA sector occur on a regular basis, the number of cyber attacks against agricultural cooperatives during key seasons is notable.” The problem is that China Joe still has two-and-one-half years to mess things up as several of the election’s battleground states creep towards an unprecedented decertification of their election results. I’m still reporting from the citadel of world freedom. Good day.
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