Mandiant reports that 141 cyberattacks originate in China, Feb. 19, 2013. In front page news, the U.S. cyber-security firm has publicly accused... http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2013/02/19/183521/us-firm-says-blame-chinese-army.html
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
When this ran last month it was very old news, having been reported worldwide and followed closely for years.
According to my sources (hardly the nation's height of cyber-security), warehouse-sized buildings in communist China (a brutal totalitarian dictatorship archenemy of America bent our annihilation, not the pleasant sounding neutral "China" term the lamestream prefers to use), do nothing but probe our computer infrastructure, attack us digitally, steal secrets from our government and industry daily, launch digital attacks by the thousand per second (you read that right, and we do the same to them), and we have known about it all along.
The question really is, why did Mandiant, in cooperation with the political leadership, working with the lapdog media, place this on the nation's front pages and lead TV stories when they did? Was it really that important to name the group publicly (Unit 61398 of the "People's Liberation Army")? What was really afoot there, and how do you get such great media cooperation? Wouldn't you like to have that?
The irony is that our enemy communist China, who is our friend China who makes all that great affordable Walmart merchandise, is attacking our computers and harming our big corporations, who are greedy capitalists and therefore evil and aren't people, and who are now our allies because they are being attacked by our friend who is now our enemy.