February 23, 2008

Dallas Police Department Website Hacked

"The alliance system lead by America is, for all intensive purposes our international security system, one that nurtures peace and prosperity for all nations, indeed for the whole planet. Which other nation or nation collective can give us this. "

The Dallas Police Department Website was shut down Monday after it was hacked resulting in political rhetoric in the form of an anti-American rant nature, being posted on the site. Also posted were doctored images displaying U.S. troops looking over four people lined up against a wall.

I have stumbled upon some sites claiming that Russians were responsible, to date however, I am unable to find any credible news sites to confirm this.

Sott.net has a reprint (with corrections to spelling and grammar) of the screenshot that reads:

'You, Americans, are really stupid if you can't see what really occurs in the world and in your country! You society is ruled through and through. You are under the control of religious fanatics! Your children kill each other at schools! You're so selfish that you can't soberly estimate events! You are attacking the peaceful countries worldwide and you think that this is necessary! Open your eyes!”

Conspicuously, the hack coincided with imminent visits by Presidential hopefuls as all eyes to Texas for the next wave of voting.

They just do not get it, do they? Allow me...

For all that, the concept of American hegemony stands for, it does not imply that it stands above international law, more exactly since the United States has been given such wondrous affluence and plentitude; it naturally has many constraints and obligations. Moreover, whilst most outside of America hate to admit it, this is an undisputable fact. The alliance system lead by America is, for all intensive purposes our international security system, one that nurtures peace and prosperity for all nations, indeed for the whole planet. Which other nation or nation collective can give us this.

Thanks to Brian over at, Another war-on-terror Blog for posting about this; I loved his line: "People around the world are computer-savvy, so between efforts by Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and Berkeley, we'd better get used to seeing this sort of thing.”

Ah yes Berkeley; would seem, the sixties haven't ended in that part of the world.

Comments welcome...

4 comments:

Tapline said...

Otto, Haven't heard anything about this incident. Although I haven't had the news on today.....thanks for the info....stay well.....

MK said...

Sounds like some sort of kumbaya-leftist student group, then again it's getting hard to differentiate them from the Islamists they aid intentionally or unintentionally.

Jeff said...

Otto, I didn't hear about this either. But I think as time goes on we can expect more and more cyber attacks. Many agencies here in the U.S., at least at the federal level, are preparing for it.

Aurora said...

Otto, frighteningly this is conventional wisdom about the U.S. now and I don't think it's going to get better. There is a powerful, media-propelled mass delusion about entities and ideologies in the world and except for those who are awake up, you're going to find Mom and Pop Suburban, Johnny Rapdancer, Sally Schoolkid and the random man/woman in the street thinking just like these thugs about America, conservatism and anything decent.