Obama Discloses Cyber-Warfare Secrets to Iran
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Jun 5, 2012, 10:42 PM
President Barack Obama, a Democrat, is hitting the campaign trail to declare himself the nation’s Cyber Warrior-in-Chief, even if it means releasing Top Secret information to enemy states of the United States of America.

Mr. Obama is seeking to get re-elected to the White House. He’s recently admitted that he was behind the Stuxnett cyber attack against Iranian nuclear facilities. His public disclosure is allowing Iran to trace and de-code the computer virus, so it could strike U.S. government computers as a counter attack.

According to the Asia Times, “United States President Barack Obama, the relentless drone warrior, has a new and proud hat: the cyber warrior. Hitherto cloaked by a thinning façade of engagement with America’s adversaries, the emperor has no clothes, with scandalous foreign policy decisions exposing a rogue essence to which the new undeclared cyber-war against Iran can now be added.”

Obama admitted last Friday that he personally orchestrated the dangerous cyber-attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities as Stuxnet, which is in direct violation of international law and the UN Charter, as well as U.S. laws that require Congressional authorization for an act of war. Obama is a full-fledged member of the UN Human Rights Council.

A Tehran University political science professor said, “people in Iran ask, is this the same Obama who offered the olive branch of dialogue and civility to Iran in his nowruz (Iranian New Year) messages? Obama has lost all credibility with the Iranian people now … Obama’s hand in the Suxnet attack on Iran’s nuclear infrastructure as an act of war that should be condemned by the international community.”

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