India Blackout & Knight Algo: US-India CYBER WAR Over Iranian Oil Purchases in GOLD

India without electricity, without computers, without light, without trains, without industry …
Main stream medias, as usual, are telling fairy tales to the public.
A lack of rain, which forced farmers to pump into the groundwater, triggering an over-consumption of electricity, which has unbalanced the Indian power grid. Then, dominoes fell bringing the country into darkness.
India is the 6th largest electricity producer in the world, but its population and economic growth are such that production is struggling to meet demand. India knows an energy deficit of 8 to 12%. This is probably India’s Achilles’ heel.

India recently defied US Iranian oil sanctions by purchasing Iranian crude with GOLD.
On the night of Sunday to Monday, from 29 to 30 July, a giant power outage blocked much of the country. 48 hours later, a new black-out created a real chaos….. Pure chance?


Submitted in English to SD by French analyst Menthalo

A few weeks ago, India defied Washington and circumvented the Iranian trade ban given by the US Empire to trade with Iran by barter: Iranian gas for Indian gold. Doing so, India was playing the monetary policy advocated by China and the rebels to the hegemony of the dollar. The Indian electric breakdown was Washington’s answer .

There are 1000 ways to make war without waking the sheep-like mass.
Israel and the U.S. have developed a series of computer viruses to attack Iranian nuclear power plants. This is not the scenario of a new James Bond, but the real information revealed by the New York Times. According to experts of the “Stuxnet” who developed the virus, this virus’ attack would have to postpone for five years the implementation of Iran’s nuclear program. Moshe Yaalon, Israeli Minister of Strategic Affairs acknowledged the facts: “it is justified, for anyone who believes the Iranian threat as a significant threat to take various measures, including this one, to stop it.” Since new viruses have been discovered, “Flame” and recently “Duqu”, both viruses derived from Stuxnet and therefore developed by the same teams.

War with Iran has nothing to do with any Iranian nuclear threat. Iran is classified as a “terrorist” state, because it denounced the U.S. oil agreements of 73, requiring that oil should be traded in US Dollars.
Six years ago, Iran declared they would trade their oil and natural gas in Yen, Euro, Yuan or Rupee depending on the currency of its buyers. In doing so, Iran has created a crack in the dam, created to protect America’s fiat money. This crack has since become a big hole and today, it is the entire Western monetary system that is collapsing before our eyes.
Yesterday’s World Masters does not intend to fall from their thrones without a fight. Using their arsenal of computer viruses, it has been easy for Washington to break down Indian nuclear power plants, creating instantly a total chaos for 700 millions Indians.

India is a leader in software engineering. This sector represents more than two millions direct jobs and 4 to 6 million indirect jobs. Bangalore, called Silicon City, is the Mecca of Indian IT. A $ 76 billions business in 2010, aiming $ 225 B in 2020. Indian companies engineered a great part of American Banks ‘s trading programs.
Two days after a cyber-attack against the Indian nuclear power plants, one of the biggest players in Wall Street’s electronic trading, Knight Capital Corp., saw its trading software create chaos in the ratings of 140 shares on NYSE. I bet your hot dog against my lamb curry, that Knight’s software has been “made in India”.

Most programmers use to keep a “back door”, a secret entrance to update their program. Microsoft offered a back door to the American secret services, who use and abuse of it. It seems fair to me, that India played the same game Tuesday. Knight on Tuesday lost $ 440 million, three times their annual margin. Knight had to close their computers this week. Knight is dead.
Who will be the next victim?

Menthalo is a French analyst and blogger, who just published a book: “Gold, Silver & the next monetary reform”.