Overwhelming evidence: Stuxnet hack on Vancouver’s Skytrain

Jim Stone Freelance

Vancouver is now living under threat of Israeli Stuxnet induced train crash

An impossible system wide power outage happened to Vancouver’s skytrain and suddenly BC is kissing up to Israel. I actually happen to have the technical details on Vancouver’s skytrain and can solidly and affirmatively prove the alibi given to explain it all FALSE, with the only real possible explanation being an Israeli computer hack on the system which cut power to everything to send BC a message without killing anyone. This is a complex report, it will take the day to complete it. For starters –

Vancouver’s sky train is an operator free, 100 percent computer operated system. There are no train drivers, it is 100 percent computer controlled. Computers watch for people on the platforms, know when people have boarded, know the conditions on the tracks, and drive the trains themselves. It is a 100 percent automatic system and has functioned very reliably for well over 20 years so far. These trains have absolutely no supervising conductor on them, they are 100 percent automated.

A stuxnet attack on a fully automated train system could be used to kill a lot of people, just like the Stuxnet attack on the train in Spain that happened a couple years ago. A Stuxnet infection would be impossible to root out of a system as vast and complex as Vancouver’s skytrain, especially since all it would take is one flash drive or internet connected computer to infect the whole thing again. Stuxnet could even be injected into the system via one of the web connected ticket touch screens which run Windows 98. There was a separate article about the Spanish train disaster on this web site as well, where Israel hacked a train system to kill top people in the Catholic Church. There was a fully automated section of track involved in that crash as well, where the conductor could not influence the train and it was accelerated far beyond rated speed.

This obvious Stuxnet attack on the skytrain, which was intended to give British Columbia a non fatal message that Israel controlled it all was posted to the forum HERE

The reports cite how a technician who was working on a new portion of track that was not even open yet was installing a new station specific circuit breaker as part of the construction on a station that would open in 2016, and tripped out the entire skytrain including the command and control center. This is more than just impossible, it is laughably ludicrous. Something else happened, and BC Premier Christy Clark’s GUSHING SUCK UP TO ISRAEL within a week of this incident is a strong indicator of exactly what.

I have done the background work and have concluded that Israel hacked the skytrain and made a threat.

I have not counted all the breakers in the system yet, but an early estimate is over 85 breakers fed from at least 6 completely separate public power sources the Skytrain was not associated with had to trip to cause this. There are a minimum of 7 separate circuits between this new station and command and control alone. And it is probably more. There is no way changing a breaker in a station which has it’s own isolated power source could possibly trip out an entire system. This beyond all doubt had to have been a stuxnet style attack.

I have ridden the Skytrain at least 500 times and paid attention to absolutely everything including failures and how they happened simply because I am a techie type that pays attention to everything about a system when I ride it. I paid attention and therefore I know:

All stations have their own completely isolated sources, and on the long runs there are non station related sources between stations. I know this for sure, because I have ridden it and had it fail and I know how far failures can affect things. A lost breaker will take out an absolute max of half the track on ONE SIDE, not both, half the distance from one station to another.


Tripped breakers therefore affect less than a half of a percent of the entire system at a time. Obviously all trains on a track have to stop in one direction to accommodate an electrical failure that stopped a train if that failure lasts long enough to bog them all down, but they all have power except for the one that is stalled. Having the entire system go down is FLATLY IMPOSSIBLE absent a Stuxnet style attack, where a command is sent to shut everything off.

A few damning salient points:

1. The Sky train has backup generators which would have made this impossible, you cannot black out the command and control center even if there is a blackout in Vancouver.

2. It does not take five hours to reset a tripped breaker

3. The sky train system, which I have ridden hundreds of times if not a thousand times over a period of three years, does not trip out like that. Power losses only happen to AT MOST 1 KM of track in ONE DIRECTION. I have been stuck on it several times and only half of one side of a station ever trips out. 4. The breaker change that supposedly tripped out the command and control center took place over 10 miles away. Power feeds on the skytrain system do not go that far. It is impractical to have power runs that long at the voltages the trains use because it is too low a voltage with too much current and line losses would be too great. power is cut and re-fed over 100 times in that system, each station has independent breakers and you can see them in the stations.

5. QUESTION: How does a breaker in a station that is not even coupled to the main system yet because it is still not operational cause a trip out of everything back at command and control? I know how, and it is called a SCAPEGOAT COVER STORY.

6. IMPORTANT DETAIL THAT CINCHES IT: Only ONE electrician is being blamed for this. This means that whatever breaker is being blamed for this could have been handled by one person. This means it weighed 50 pounds or less.

ANY CIRCUIT BREAKER THAT WOULD RUN EVEN A SMALL PIECE OF EQUIPMENT, LET ALONE A TRAIN, WEIGHS OVER 500 POUNDS MINIMUM AND TAKES A CRANE AND 10 PEOPLE TO INSTALL. The fact that only ONE man was blamed means it was a tiny tiny local breaker, not even large enough to do more than switch lights and power outlets, and that alone proves the entire electrician story FALSE. A trip out of the magnitude that would shut a whole command and control center down would be so huge people would be dead if their negligence caused it, there would be too much heat from sparks flying with the people who caused it right by it GETTING FRIED.

If one man is getting blamed for this as an OOPS it is an impossible scenario, simple electrical facts prove he was not even working on the same power system that runs the train because ALL of that hardware is too big for one guy to handle during installation. When when it comes to installation, huge hardware is always a multiple man job, IF HE WAS WORKING ALONE TO TAKE THE BLAME ALONE AS THE STORY GOES, HE WAS DOING LIGHTS. To sum it up, There was never a tripped breaker, the Skytrain outage was brought to you by David in Dimona.

YEE HAW, NOW LETS SEE THOSE HOLOCAUST REPARATIONS FLOW TO ISRAEL from British Columbia. After all, they are the victim, RIGHT?


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