Here are the top few sections, and the first paragraph, of the article in The Sun:
THE US may have sabotaged Kim Jong-un’s missile test yesterday through a cyber-attack causing the rocket to spectacularly flop, according to a former British foreign secretary.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind claims American intelligence has used cyber warfare to successfully foil missile tests before and that there is a “strong belief” that President Trump’s administration was behind North Korea’s latest failed launch.
We’ve been hoping for this kind of thing for a very long time. Put it this way: I can’t imagine why on earth we wouldn’t be doing this kind of thing.
Ever since the thrilling story of Stuxnet — with the deeply disappointing ending — we’ve hoped that the idea of hacking and/or crashing the IT infrastructure of great and evil powers the world over has been a longstanding plan of the United States military.
With that said, we realize that if it is indeed part of the plan, then we can never — except long after the conclusion of the plan — know about it.
In the meantime, here’s hoping that America has a very good idea of what’s going on in the computer systems of Iran, North Korea, Russia, China and many others.
In the meantime, it’s fun to watch murderous scumbags squirm in their failure. The sad part is that they almost always take their failures out on their poor, suffering peoples.