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Mocking Wikileaks' stupidity in how they worked with the GRU
gru  wikileaks  meme  assange  funny 
yesterday by nelson
New Briefings: Alliance Seizing Trillions Stolen By Deep State, Preparing to Give It Back Posted by David Wilcock | Jul 2, 2018
At least four independent insider sources have revealed that the Alliance is now locating and legally seizing trillions and trillions of dollars in assets stolen by the Deep State.

The money is set to be released back into the legitimate economy as “prosperity funds” that could almost immediately create radical improvements in our overall quality of life.

Certain purported “sources” have been prognosticating this online for years, but this is the first time that our own insider circle has made such statements.

Enormous leaps forward are now being promised by Q Anon for this very month — July 2018. This is a very exciting moment.

The title graphic for this article is an illustration of what 15 trillion in 100-dollar bills would look like. One insider’s estimate of how much stolen money may be recovered is literally twice this amount.

Thankfully, no one will have to design a building big enough to hold all that cash. The stolen credits will simply be transferred back into the economy.

This is one major piece of “good news” that we have been authorized to discuss. The details of this plan are being hammered out in a variety of high-profile meetings of top world leaders.

The enigmatic Q Anon briefings went completely silent as of May 22nd following a big burst of data. It looked like it might be over. One small post was made on June 3rd, followed by another week-long delay.

As it turns out, this was because the team was fully focused on these high-profile meetings, which involved very serious and complex negotiations.

Then the cryptic announcements came back in full, daily force as of June 10th, and have continued ever since.

The Alliance versus Cabal battle is now moving so fast that we have not had time to keep up with it, given a very busy schedule of work, conferences and new initiatives.

Things have finally eased up enough for us to make the time to post… and I do apologize for the delay.

This may hopefully be one of the last ones we write before the “Big One” finally drops.

[UPDATED Tuesday, Wednesday. This article is now page-locked as of 4:50 PM MST, Wednesday, July 4, 2018.]


In case you are unaware of this, Q Anon is a series of enigmatic posts on 4Chan, an anonymous internet forum, which began last October.

[UPDATE: It began on 4Chan and quickly migrated to the far less extreme 8Chan, thanks to dozens of comments. I only read the aggregator sites like Got it….]

These posts are giving the blow-by-blow stages in an ongoing, official effort to expose and defeat the Deep State / Cabal / New World Order / Illuminati.

All of our very best intel has confirmed that Q Anon is the legitimate, public voice of the Alliance, kept anonymous for their own protection.

A recent article, linked below, indicated that Q has called out certain prominent public figures as Alliance supporters:

Among the figures who have been promoted by QAnon as heroes resisting the “deep state” include Blackwater founder Erik Prince, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former Mayor of New York City turned Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

The statements in the Q Anon briefings have aligned very nicely with our own intel, and added vast amounts of new, supporting data.

Though our insiders have indicated the US President is cooperating with this agenda, the Alliance’s effort is decades in the making and far bigger than any one administration.


Many people are divided about whether or not anything good is happening in the US executive branch at this time.

The good part is that with the incredible speed with which things are building, we won’t have long to find out what the results of these current, very provocative signposts will be.

You will always read comments on an article like this where people have already given up hope. I certainly haven’t.

It is very obvious that the Deep State is in a hyper-violent fight to the death right now, and it is losing by the day.

The sealed indictments alone are nothing we’ve ever before seen in history, and Q has now validated their involvement in the plan.

If our briefings are correct, we are seeing a nearly complete shut-down of human trafficking and pedo rings, an end to genocidal aspirations and “false flag” terrorism, and an imminent financial rehabilitation on an epic scale.

These events will also pave the way for disclosure of forbidden technology, the secret space program and the ET presence in time.

This will go from a “fringe” subject to something that is fully, absolutely mainstream, and a key concern on everyone’s minds.

We have been covering the Alliance’s efforts in great detail, with insider testimony, since 2009 — fully seven years before the last US Presidential election.


Just a few days ago, on June 26th, 2018, QAnon made a very enigmatic statement in post number 1595.

[The best site to keep up with the latest Q posts is]

Post 1595 included a link to a Wikileaks tweet, which directed readers to a Mint Press News article that attempted to argue that Q was a massive psy-op that had everyone fooled.

Insiders have told us that Wikileaks has been taken over by certain intelligence agencies warring with other groups.

Here is the Twitter post where this link was dropped:
QAnon  Wikileaks  DeepState  DavidWilcock 
10 days ago by juandante
How Comey intervened to kill WikiLeaks' immunity deal | TheHill
“He told me he had just talked with Comey and that, while the government was appreciative of my efforts, my instructions were to stand down, to end the discussions with Assange,” Waldman told me. Waldman offered contemporaneous documents to show he memorialized Warner’s exact words.

Waldman couldn’t believe a U.S. senator and the FBI chief were sending a different signal, so he went back to Laufman, who assured him the negotiations were still on. “What Laufman said to me after he heard I was told to ‘stand down’ by Warner and Comey was, ‘That’s bullshit. You are not standing down and neither am I,’” Waldman recalled.

A source familiar with Warner’s interactions says the senator’s contact on the Assange matter was limited and was shared with Senate Intelligence chairman Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.). But the source acknowledges that Warner consulted Comey and passed along the “stand down” instructions to Waldman: “That did happen.”
fbi  conspiracy  comey  wikileaks 
20 days ago by astrogirl
The Hill: How Comey intervened to kill WikiLeaks' immunity deal | TheHill
One of the more devastating intelligence leaks in American history - the unmasking of the CIA's arsenal of cyber warfare weapons last year - has an untold prelude worthy of a spy novel.

Some of the characters are household names, thanks to the Russia scandal: James Comey, fired FBI director. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Department of Justice (DOJ) official Bruce Ohr. Julian Assange, grand master of WikiLeaks. And American attorney Adam Waldman, who has a Forrest Gump-like penchant for showing up in major cases of intrigue.

Each played a role in the early days of the Trump administration to try to get Assange to agree to "risk mitigation" - essentially, limiting some classified CIA information he might release in the future.
wikileaks  usa 
20 days ago by lehmannro
Former CIA employee charged with leaking hacking tools to WikiLeaks • Buzzfeed
Kevin Collier:
<p>Joshua Schulte, 29, believed to be behind the WIkiLeaks “Vault 7” disclosures of 2017, in which the site spent months slowly leaking CIA hacking tools, had previously been charged with possession of child pornography.

WikiLeaks published the Vault 7 disclosures in 25 increments from March through November 2017. The disclosures themselves didn’t reveal shocking spy powers, but they were a major embarrassment for the agency. In one release, WikiLeaks claimed that the CIA had developed a means to “bypass” the encrypted chat app Signal. The agency hadn’t actually compromised Signal itself but had noted in internal documents that hacking such an app wasn’t necessary if the agency could hack a phone itself — a technique commonly deployed among the world’s elite hackers.

If convicted of all charges, Schulte could face a maximum of 135 years in prison.

Among the charges are 10 counts of willfully distributing copyrighted materials — the same charge generally leveled against someone who posts movies, TV shows, or music files.

WikiLeaks, which has a formal policy of not naming its sources, responded to the news by retweeting last year’s biggest Vault 7 leaks.

Schulte online claimed to be a libertarian, took a photo of himself with a glass with the text “fuck Obama” on it, and repeatedly used racist slurs in chats.

He was a member of the CIA's Engineering Development Group, which built hacking tools deployed overseas. A former CIA coworker of Schulte’s, who requested be unnamed because he wasn’t authorized to speak about agency matters, told BuzzFeed News that Schulte had had problems getting along with his coworkers.</p>
wikileaks  vault 
25 days ago by charlesarthur
Exclusive: CIA ‘Leaker’ Josh Schulte Posted Agency Code Online—And CIA Never Noticed
When FBI agents examined Schulte’s hard drive, they found only a single classified document, but allegedly turned up 10,000 images of child pornography. Today Schulte is being held in a federal holding facility in Manhattan on one count each of possessing, receiving, and transporting child porn. He has not been charged with the Vault 7 leak, but, in January the FBI was still investigating him as the suspect.

Until now it’s been unclear how the FBI became suspicious of Schulte in the first place. In a statement to The Washington Post, which broke the story of the arrest, Schulte said the bureau went after him because he’d reported managerial incompetence to the CIA’s inspector general and then left the agency in 2016. “Due to these unfortunate coincidences, the FBI ultimately made the snap judgment that I was guilty of the leaks and targeted me.”
CIA  wikileaks  pedos 
27 days ago by astrogirl
Bringing Julian Assange Home | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization
 As if that wasn’t enough, Ferguson’s executive producer, Sally Neighour, followed the interview with a vicious re-tweet: “Assange is Putin’s bitch. We all know it!”

There are many other examples of Vichy journalism. The Guardian, reputedly once a great liberal newspaper, conducted a vendetta against Julian Assange. Like a spurned lover, the Guardian aimed its personal, petty, inhuman and craven attacks at a man whose work it once published and profited from.
killary  journalsim  wikileaks 
28 days ago by foliovision
Leaked NSA Dump Also Contains Tools Agency Used to Track Other Hackers
A years ago when the mysterious hacking group 'The Shadow Brokers' dumped a massive trove of sensitive data stolen from the US intelligence agency NSA, everyone started looking for secret hacking tools and zero-day exploits.
A group of Hungarian security researchers from CrySyS Lab and Ukatemi has now revealed that the NSA dump doesn't just contain zero-day exploits used to take control of targeted systems, but also include a collection of scripts and scanning tools the agency uses to track operations of hackers from other countries.
According to a report published today by the Intercept, NSA's specialized team known as Territorial Dispute (TeDi) developed some scripts and scanning tools that help the agency to detect other nation-state hackers on the targeted machines it infects.
gov2.0  hack  NSA  privacy  security  shadow_brokers  spying  wikileaks 
29 days ago by rgl7194
QAnon is a Deep State 'Pied Piper' Suzie Dawson on Twitter THREAD 05.25.18

After more than 6 months of watching people get scammed by the #QAnon phenomena, I'm going to make the below thread to explain to you exactly why it is an intelligence agency-backed psyop, what techniques are being used, and why you need to stop people falling for it.
DeepState  PiedPiper  QAnon  SuzieDawson  CaitlinJohnson  Wikileaks  JulianAssange  EdwardSnowden 
6 weeks ago by juandante
WikiLeaks Calls QAnon A Likely ‘Pied Piper’ Operation by Caitlin Johnson 05.28.18
A few months back I started having bizarre interactions on social media of a kind I’d never experienced previously. Suddenly, whenever I’d write about President Trump’s nonstop warmongering and capitulations to longstanding neoconservative agendas like implementing aggressive new cold war escalations against Russia along multiple fronts, the illegal occupation of Syria with the stated goal of effecting regime change, increasing troop presence in Afghanistan, unprecedented civilian deaths in drone strikes, facilitating the slaughter of civilians in Yemen, or the administration’s open regime change policy against Iran, I’d get all these weird accounts telling me things like “Trust the plan” and “This is the Art of the Deal, Trump is playing 4-D chess”, and saying I should research something called “QAnon” or “Q”.

It happens literally every time I write anything critical of this administration; a deluge of commenters telling me in effect, “Shush. Calm down. This is nothing. What looks like Trump facilitating longtime establishment agendas just like his predecessors is actually brilliant strategic maneuvering.” Every single time, without a single solitary exception.

It got particularly frustrating when I’d try to talk about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ statement that arresting WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange is a high priority for this administration, a statement Trump personally supported. These Q people told me they had great news for me: Assange is no longer languishing in London’s Ecuadorian embassy. No, some clever researchers had deciphered some cryptic statements from an anonymous poster on 8chan, and it turns out that Assange is now walking free and enjoying a full presidential pardon. Some even say it to Assange’s own mother.

Unless you move in certain circles you may never have even heard of the Q phenomenon; it’s almost never in the news and very seldom comes up in anything resembling mainstream discourse. But for people like me who write about the behavior of America’s unelected power establishment, it comes up a lot and can be a bit of an obstacle to the lucid sharing of ideas and information.

To summarize, someone claiming to be an insider with “Q clearance” began making posts on the anonymous message board 4chan, a notorious online playground for millions of meme creators, trolls and nerds which has fostered a massively enthusiastic pro-Trump zeitgeist since 2015. 4chan users refer to one another as “anons”, so “Q” is often referred to as QAnon. Q would share intentionally vague clues they referred to as “crumbs” and encourage readers to research what was meant by them, usually leading toward incriminating information about Trump’s political rivals and never toward any incriminating information about Trump. The posts moved from 4chan to the related forum 8chan, with disputed claims of authenticity.

This has created a dynamic wherein an anonymous poster shares extremely vague messages, and many thousands of Q enthusiasts go off combing the internet to find out what is meant by them. There are disputes within the community about precisely what is meant by which posts, but the net result is universally the same: all the information confirms that Trump is a brilliant hero who is fighting the Deep State, and all of Trump’s political enemies are corrupt criminals/pedophiles/satanists. All that is asked of Q’s army of woke patriots is that they have faith and trust the plan, and to know in their hearts that soon the President of the United States will solve all the nation’s problems.

Now who could possibly benefit from such an arrangement?

I’ve been openly critical of Qanon for many months, but it’s hard to write anything substantial about this subject because the QAnon phenomenon is so amorphous and is spread all over the internet in a sprawling, non-cohesive conversation consisting of many thousands of parts, so anything you say about it will be immediately slammed as untrue by its more passionate enthusiasts because you’re not saying it in exactly the way that they would say it. That plus the faith-based, religion-like reality tunnel Q enthusiasm requires one to espouse makes engaging this topic about as much fun as debating creationists online, so I’ve been avoiding writing about it.

For that reason, I was very happy to see that journalist Suzie Dawson had posted an epic, in-depth thread about why she views QAnon as a “Pied Piper operation”.

The thread is worth reading in its entirety, easier done here in this thread reader due to its size. Dawson explains how QAnon uses standard psyop tactics, first establishing credibility and then implementing gamification and spirituality to suck followers into an energized, cultish mentality which leaves them susceptible to suggestion, manipulation and direction. From there they are told things like not to worry about Julian Assange at a time when he needs our support and activism more than ever before, or told to be suspicious of Edward Snowden. She shows using primary source documents that Snowden has revealed vastly more to the public about the mechanics of the deep state than QAnon ever has, including information about the CIA, and shows who does and does not benefit from the operation.

Yesterday, Dawson’s thread was shared by the WikiLeaks Twitter account with the comment “This analysis, unfortunately, increasingly appears that it may be correct.”

1. I referred to #QAnon today as a 'Pied Piper' operation. What I meant by this, is that the operation exists to round up people that are otherwise dangerous to the Deep State (because they are genuinely opposed to it) usurp time & attention, & trick them into serving its aims.
— Suzie Dawson (@Suzi3D) May 25, 2018
SuzieDawson  CaitlinJohnson  QAnon  PiedPiper  DonaldTrump  JulianAssange  Wikileaks  DeepState 
6 weeks ago by juandante
The Day That Guccifer 2.0 Quit Hacking The DNC – Disobedient Media
This report will focus on an unreported story: After the fact, the DNC quietly changed an important theme in their Russian hacking narrative. Initially, the DNC passively supported the notion that Guccifer 2.0 stole a copy of a Trump opposition report by penetrating the DNC at the behest of the Russian state. Then over a year later, an un-named ex-DNC official tells us that this document in fact came from Podesta’s emails, not the DNC. This single statement by a DNC official invalidated the circumstantial evidence that had been used to support the DNC’s Russian hacking claims, and represents a groundbreaking contradiction that has gone unobserved by establishment press outlets.
wikiLeaks  DNCemails  hacking 
7 weeks ago by Jswindle
Wikileaks - TNK-BP RAID
2008: initial analysis of the FSB raid on TNK-BP, and mention of Ilya and Alex Zaslavsky being detained. Interestingly, at the time, Rosneft was not seen as likely purchaser.
wikileaks  Fridman  Aven  Energy  Russia 
8 weeks ago by Yow666
Wikileaks - Bailouts and Restructuring
2009: Rarely does a day pass in Moscow when Rusal, its
affiliates, and Oleg Deripaska, its primary owner, do not
make headlines with regard to the company's massive debts,
much of it denominated in foreign currencies. The latest
headline was an agreement in late March by Mikhail
Prokhorov's Onexim Group to boost its stake in Rusal to
almost 20 percent as part of a very favorable (to Rusal)
restructuring of $2.8 billion owed by the aluminum firm.
Prokhorov is rumored to have agreed to these terms under GOR
pressure, given that the deal was based on what most analysts
considered a grossly inflated current market value for Rusal
of $45 billion.
Russia  Deripaska  wikileaks  Prokhorov 
8 weeks ago by Yow666

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