“What if the way we’ve structured Cyber Command and our thinking about this space, what if it’s wrong?” Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, deputy commander of U.S. Cyber Command, said during a keynote presentation at the CyCon U.S. conference in Washington Nov. 14.
Cyber Command’s latest command vision states that adversaries are exploiting cyberspace on a daily basis for their own national interests below the threshold of armed conflict, and “in order to improve security and stability, we need a new approach.”
ROBERT STEELE: Robert Garigue (RIP) knew all this stuff better than I did, but together we came up with the below graphic in 1997. I tried to brief it to DoD a couple of times and then gave up. And of course I wrote the original warning letter in 1994 but instead of making the billion dollar investment, mostly in education and testing, the White House let NSA gut out existing communication and computing security protocols and set us back 25 years. They literally spawned the Chinese and Russian hacker industries with their chicken-shit backdoors.
General Stewart is focused on the covert observational, covert intervention, overt intervention, and perhaps — probably not — on defensive security which is hosed not least because the Zionists own all of our back offices — but he is neglecting the most important part of cyber because it is not part of his mandate:
Steele, Robert. For the President of the United States of America Donald Trump: Subject: EradicatingFake News and False Intelligence with an Open Source Agency That Also SupportsDefense, Diplomacy, Development, & Commerce (D3C) Innovation to Stabilize World. Earth Intelligence Network, 2017.
Steele, Robert. Letter to Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres, “Subject: Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) with Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE),” January 2, 2017.