Trump Regime Electricity War in Venezuela More Serious than First Believed | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Trump Regime Electricity War in Venezuela More Serious than First Believed

On Thursday, Venezuela’s Guri dam hydroelectric power plant was cyberattacked at 5:00 PM during the late afternoon rush hour to cause maximum disruption.

Up to 80% of the country was affected, damage done more severe than initially thought. Weeks or months of planning likely preceded what happened – US behind it? considerable expertise needed to pull it off.

On Friday, another cyberattack occurred, followed by a third one on Saturday, affecting parts of the country where power was restored, further complicating resolution of the problem, Maduro saying:

After power was restored to about 70% of the country, “we received another attack, of a cybernetic nature, at midday…that disturbed the reconnection process and knocked out everything that had been achieved until noon,” adding:

“(O)ne of the sources of generation that was working perfectly” was sabotaged again…infiltrators…attacking the electric company from the inside.”

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If this is truly the work of the US and not just incompetence...

George

...it opens the US grid to revenge cyber-sabotage from the whole world.

I never saw a single Web site from the DoD that could be qualified as truly functional, but they think they can win a cyber war? Ho boy, we are in for some interesting times.

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