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    • khananel
    • 17.05.13 | 13:50 (IDT)

    The Iranians are far more intelligent and sophisticated than the West (gives them credit for...). The US and Israel like to think of Iranians as 'a different sort of 'raghead''. Iranians, in cooperation with China andf Russia, can take whatever the West throws at them and turn it around. Western arrogance and hubris won't admit this, but this is the West's problem of attitude. The East esp. China, Russia, India and iran are learning from the West, because the West is an open book. However the West isn't learning from the East both because of Westyern hubris, and because the East is a 'closed book', protected by 'smoke and mirrors'. For all we know the Chinese, Russians and Iranians have taken Stuxnet, Flame etc. and are creating something many times more effective. What the West sows, generally ineffectively, it reaps, generally with devastating consequences.

    from the article: Stuxnet worm aided Iranian nuclear program, researcher says
    First published 17:53 16.05.13 | Last updated 17:53 16.05.13
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