Posts Tagged ‘Russia’

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Did Trump Really End the CIA’s Secret War in Syria?

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Say Goodbye to Regime Change in Syria

Qatar began diverting armsoriginally intended for Libya to Turkey, where they were turned over to rebel forces that had, since June of 2011, been fighting against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. These rebels were grouped together under the umbrella of the Free Syrian Army (FSA), an ostensibly secular resistance group that  was in reality controlled by the Syrian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood

Treason, aid and comfort to Al Qaeda:

In both Turkey and Jordan, corrupt intelligence officers were siphoning off tens of millions of dollars in weapons and munitions, selling them on the black market, where they were bought by al-Nusra and, after 2014, ISIS. The U.S.-backed rebels would often sell or trade their US-provided weapons to both al-Nusra and ISIS, and in many cases, U.S.-trained fighters would defect with these weapons. Thousands of fighters serving under the banner of Al Qaeda and ISIS were, in fact, armed and trained by the CIA.

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PBS’ Anti-Russia Propaganda Series

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“Copied, Not Hacked”

Key among the findings of the independent forensic investigations is the conclusion that the DNC data was copied onto a storage device at a speed that far exceeds an Internet capability for a remote hack. Of equal importance, the forensics show that the copying and doctoring were performed on the East coast of the U.S. Thus far, mainstream media have ignored the findings of these independent studies [see here and here].

Intel Vets Challenge ‘Russia Hack’ Evidence

From the information available, we conclude that the same inside-DNC, copy/leak process was used at two different times, by two different entities, for two distinctly different purposes:

-(1) an inside leak to WikiLeaks before Julian Assange announced on June 12, 2016, that he had DNC documents and planned to publish them (which he did on July 22) – the presumed objective being to expose strong DNC bias toward the Clinton candidacy; and

-(2) a separate leak on July 5, 2016, to pre-emptively taint anything WikiLeaks might later publish by “showing” it came from a “Russian hack.”

 

The Time Sequence

June 12, 2016: Assange announces WikiLeaks is about to publish “emails related to Hillary Clinton.”

June 15, 2016: DNC contractor Crowdstrike, (with a dubious professional record and multiple conflicts of interest) announces that malware has been found on the DNC server and claims there is evidence it was injected by Russians.

June 15, 2016: On the same day, “Guccifer 2.0” affirms the DNC statement; claims responsibility for the “hack;” claims to be a WikiLeaks source; and posts a document that the forensics show was synthetically tainted with “Russian fingerprints.”

We do not think that the June 12 & 15 timing was pure coincidence. Rather, it suggests the start of a pre-emptive move to associate Russia with anything WikiLeaks might have been about to publish and to “show” that it came from a Russian hack.

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Look for the missiles to fly, and the barrage of anti-Russian propaganda to propel us again toward the nuclear brink.

Zakharchenko has announced the creation of Ruthenia
This is a new state with its own flag, constitution, and the capital of Donetsk.

The head of the People’s Republic of Donetsk Alexander Zakharchenko announced the creation of a new state – the Ukraine. According to him, this decision was made by the former regions of Ukraine (excluding Crimea).

 

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CNN producer admits Russia narrative is ‘bullsh*t,’ just for ‘ratings’ (VIDEO)

 

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Seymour Hersh is back. (And has to publish in Germany now.)

Trump‘s Red Line

Also, the US military knows it is a sham and a prelude to WW3.

“We got a fuckin‘ problem“

Intelligence officials doubted the alleged Sarin gas attack at Khan Sheikhoun. WELT AM SONNTAG presents a chat protocol of a security advisor and an active American soldier on duty at a key base in the region.