Whistleblower testimony: An electrical engineer on 2012-2013


6 April 2009
We[projectcamelot.org] have been contacted by the wife of an electrical engineer who has been officially briefed about a serious major threat to infrastructure in a few years' time.

[projectcamelot.org] believe this information is credible and important but the contact may now have been lost. Therefore we are publishing what we have - with many questions unanswered.
This is the first message we
[projectcamelot.org] received:
·27 March

Hello Bill & Kerry
My husband is an electrical engineer for a national power company. He has just been told that they are expecting an event in the next 3-4 years[???] that will render every transformer in the world useless. They are desperately trying to find a solution to the problem. If they don't, the entire global electrical system will go down[!!!!!]. I know this fits in with some of your research. Have you
[projectcamelot.org] heard about this?

[A side-note before you continue reading.....]
[.....what is this H.A.A.A.R.P. thing really for, anyway?]

So, to continue reading the rest of the message, go here...

[But, yet another electricity related news piece; however, in this one there's.....spionage!]
Electricity grid in U.S. penetrated by spies.

WASHINGTON -- Cyberspies have penetrated the U.S. electrical grid and left behind software programs that could be used to disrupt the system, according to current and former national-security officials.

The spies came from China, Russia and other countries, these officials said, and were believed to be on a mission to navigate the U.S. electrical system and its controls. The intruders haven't sought to damage the power grid or other key infrastructure, but officials warned they could try during a crisis or war.

"The Chinese have attempted to map our infrastructure, such as the electrical grid," said a senior intelligence official. "So have the Russians."

The espionage appeared pervasive across the U.S. and doesn't target a particular company or region, said a former Department of Homeland Security official. "There are intrusions, and they are growing," the former official said, referring to electrical systems. "There were a lot last year."

Read more about this penetration here...

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