Electronic Warfare

On May 23, 2017, a Sukhoi 30 fighter aircraft crashed near Tezpur, Assam (north-eastern state), resulting in the death of two pilots. An inquiry made by the Indian Air Force (IAF) led to the discovery of the fact that the flying aircraft was cyber attacked when it was airborne. Analysts from New York (US) and St Petersburg (Russia) also warned India that the crash might be a result of “cyber-interference with onboard computers” in the cockpit. The analysts further added that due to interference with the system, the pilots may have found it difficult to activate safety ejection mechanisms even after knowing that the aircraft was in serious trouble. Such mechanisms too could have been crippled by computer malfunctions induced from an outside source. The aircraft crashed close to the border with China.

Analysts also pointed out to the apparent loss of five army vehicles “due to a misfired mortar strike” in the same zone, saying that a single mortar round would not have enough firepower to take out such a large number of vehicles. The damage might have been caused by a larger projectile guided by electronic systems that may have been interfered with during flight. Given the range and complexity of cyber interference, the source of the attack could have been from thousands of kilometres or from only a few hundred metres away. This raises concerns on how vulnerable the country is when it comes to cyber attacks.


Hillary: There Will Be No Wine in Prison | NCRenegade


As FBI “informants” start to testify concerning the weaponization of law enforcement, intelligence agencies and the Department of Justice against the people, Hillary’s options are limited. I believe Putin would offer her asylum for selling uranium (and our national security) for profit to Russia while Secretary of State. The penalty for treason is death and there will be no plea deals for the Deep State.

David DeGerolamo

More Bacon for Us | NCRenegade


Mexico is imposing a retaliatory 20% tariff on pork imported from the US. Does this include the pork produced by Chinese owned pork farms? Does this mean more bacon for us? It appears that our President can negotiate a deal for the benefit of the people on multiple levels at the same time. Who knew it would be so easy to make America great again?

David DeGerolamo

The end of an era : Canon stops selling last film camera


The end of the ability to buy a brand new (unused but stored for eight years) Canon EOS-1v is a notable, nostalgic moment for the company and Canon photographers. Canon hasn’t produced a new film camera since 2010 but continued to sell the SLR from the remaining stock over eight years. An official announcement from Canon Japan gives the EOS-1V a casual death. “By the way,” the Google translated support page reads, “we are finally decided to end sales for the film single reflex camera EOS -1v.”

The company will continue to repair the film camera until 2025 unless parts run out. ”


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Why let the law stand in your way? The cities of #Richmond and #Portsmouth have decided to ignore the laws of the Commonwealth of #Virginia. #CivilWar

And just a few years ago Virginia CELEBRATED the Civil War … spent a fortune doing so
Why let the law stand in your way? The cities of Richmond and Portsmouth have decided to ignore the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia. They know that moving war monuments violates that law, yet they are both moving forward with plans to do just that. They know that there is a court case in Charlottesville. They know that 6 attempts in the State House and Senate to change that law were defeated. None of this has slowed them down in their efforts. I know this for a fact because I am there as often as possible to hear them make their hateful proposals.

The Portsmouth case made no sense what so ever. The City of Portsmouth dragged the Stonewall Camp # 380 into court for absolutely no reason. Neither the City Attorney nor the Judge in the case could even define what the case was about. The ruling was nothing that all parties were not already aware of. For the past few decades, no one has been able to determine just who does own the Portsmouth Confederate Monument. The Judge in this case was also not able to make that determination. Out of pure vindictiveness, the City of Portsmouth caused the Stonewall Camp the burden of unnecessary legal fees to defend something that did not even need defending.