"How the 'NYT' swallowed the Stuxnet worm"
The Jews were between a rock and a hard place. They screamed that Iran's mythical nuclear program posed an existential threat to Israel. Yet they lacked the ability to attack Iran - and couldn't admit it - and were not able to force the Americans to commit imperial suicide by attacking Iran on behalf of the Jews. Thus, they ran the huge risk that Jews in Israel would believe their lies and decide to leave before being nuked.
Stuxnet was created to remove the mythical threat of Iran. It also provided more Jewish supremacist boosterism - look how smart we are! - and a new mythical high-level cooperation between the United States and Israel. Since the threat is gone, no attack is needed, and the Jews don't have to flee Israel. The chief Jewish supremacist organ, the New York Times, was employed to spread the good news.
As I have pointed out before, the Stuxnet story, with all its holes (described in great detail in the article cited above), isn't even internally consistent. How could a program which allegedly reduced Iranian nuclear fuel production by only 20% suddenly render the 'existential threat' harmless?
Iran doesn't have a nuclear program and Stuxnet didn't stop it. The New York Times is chock full of Jewish violent racist supremacist lies.
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