Adding to the unfolding information about an August bombing that knocked out power lines near Fordow, Iranian MP Alaeddin Boroujerdi accused Siemens of planting “tiny explosives” that were placed on devices related to nuclear enrichment.
Western officials seem to add some credibility to the claims with their own reports, which said that a “monitoring device” had been placed on the site disguised as a rock and it was detonated when troops discovered it. They claimed the rock was a “significant source of intelligence” capable of gathering data from the Siemens computers in the plant.
Siemens denied any role in the bombing, and then went on to claim that they have “no business ties to the Iranian nuclear program” and never provided them with any equipment in the first place.
Which is simply untrue. Though Siemens’ relationship with Iran’s civilian nuclear program isn’t terribly well documented or understood, the whole basis of one of the largest internet security stories in the past couple of years, the Stuxnet computer worm, was that the US-Israeli made worm was designed specifically to attack Siemens industrial computers, and after it escaped the Iranian nuclear program it quickly attacked Siemens products in the US and elsewhere around the world, causing major economic damage.
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So we now have 'talking rocks'. I'm going to get the men in white coats to come and take me away to a nice padded room somewhere.
The lunacy of human beings has passed the point of no return!
Wasn't it a Siemens computer controlling the reactor at Fukushima? Talk about your unintended blowback, if the reactors there are disrupted by more quakes (which happen all the time on the Pacific Rim) the whole northern hemisphere could be irradiated.
Actually, GM built the Fukushima reactors so the blame is square on American shoulders…yet again.
Germans will only join the human race again when they stop supporting yet another raciest regime now in the shitty little state. I hope this German firm gets what it deserves worldwide.
From what I know of Siemens employees, I wouldn't be surprised if they don't even know what they are talking about. The only thing they are concerned of is that their talk is politically correct! That company is just too big and should be split off to be efficient again. In household electrics we no longer buy Siemens.
When German people WAKE UP? WHEN? Even grandchildern of todays kids will be pushed to feel guilt over WW2 and its "twisted history"..and Zionists will sure take advantage of that all the way……Maybe new generation of holocaust survivours will emerge in "thousends"!!! and Germans will pay till end of this century ….
If they planted something into Israels submarines, it could be seen as their awaikening "…But this crime,
/if truth/, makes them "Partners in crime" against Iranian people….peter czech
Whatever it takes: bomb, sabotage, blockade, attack, terrorize, invade, slaughter. Yet, Iran is the dangerous one.
Like the 'rock' Israeli agents are said to have planted to 'observe' the Syrian nuclear 'installation''? It didn't blow up and had to be retrieved. Along with the soil samples that have never shown up to 'prove' there was a nuclear installation.
Germany financially likes to kick around its euro serf countries like Greece , Ireland, Portugal, beating those countries' citizens into submission. It sells submarines and other munitions to Israel out of guilt and to make a fewi schekels on the side. Its Germany in a perveted guise.
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