Hackers associated with KillNet, Anonymous Sudan and REvil were reportedly behind the video.
BREAKING: Anonymous Sudan and REvil reportedly uploaded a video announcing their threat to take down the entire European banking system within the next 48 hours… https://t.co/V54y1xTd1k
— Fernando Amandi Sr.🌐 (@FernandoAmandi) June 15, 2023
The hackers are allegedly “pro-Russian” as their message urged nations to stop giving money and weapons to Ukraine, citing the Nazi presence in the corrupt nation.
“This is not a DDoS attack, the games are over. No money, no weapons, no Kiev regime — this is the formula for the death of Nazism and it will work,” the hackers stated. “Within 48 hours we are launching this global company, nothing will save you and this is not a warning. I am just informing. You have never seen such problems before.”
Pro-Russian hacktivist group KillNet, Anonymous Sudan, and REvil announced their plans to take down the entire European banking system within the next 48 hours.
"This is not a DDoS attack, the games are over. No money, no weapons, no Kiev regime — this is the formula for the… pic.twitter.com/to5RhxDif6
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 14, 2023
The groups accused the banking system of controlling Europe and called for any other active hackers to join in on their cyberattacks.
Just one day after independent journalist Ian Miles Cheong posted the video to Twitter, he commented on media coverage of a cyberattack on U.S. government agencies, writing, “Here we go.”
Here we go. https://t.co/TuvHfe7bBB
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 15, 2023
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) Executive Assistant Director for Cybersecurity Eric Goldstein told CNN Thursday that the agency “is providing support to several federal agencies that have experienced intrusions affecting their MOVEit applications. We are working urgently to understand impacts and ensure timely remediation.”
CISA failed to reveal which agencies were hit and didn’t clarify how they were targeted or harmed.
Alex Jones, Infowars and other alternative media outlets have been warning the globalists would launch a cyberattack on the United States to be blamed on Russia for a long time.
As far back as January 28th, 2022, a whole month before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Alex Jones told his audience a cyberattack to be blamed on Russia could be the next big globalist move.
Just as they did ahead of the Covid-19 pandemic when globalist groups like the World Economic Forum (WEF) ran suspicious exercises to plan how the world would react to a virus pandemic, the WEF ran a “cyber pandemic” drill in early 2021.
The series of panel discussions and white papers dubbed “Cyberpolygon” outlined a “cyberattack with covid like characteristics.”
**By Kelen McBreen