Wiki just dumped the whole batch of everything.
Have fun with all that.
Remember that the AP and the rest of the deep state have called the election! And, they say, there is no evidence at all of any voter fraud. Stories about Venezuela, etc are just lies and hype and conspiracy theory. Pay no attention to this classified cable from a US Embassy.
1. (C) The Venezuelan-owned Smartmatic Corporation is a
riddle both in ownership and operation, complicated by the
fact that its machines have overseen several landslide (and
contested) victories by President Hugo Chavez and his
supporters. The electronic voting company went from a small
technology startup to a market player in just a few years,
catapulted by its participation in the August 2004 recall
referendum. Smartmatic has claimed to be of U.S. origin, but
its true owners — probably elite Venezuelans of several
political strains — remain hidden behind a web of holding
companies in the Netherlands and Barbados. The Smartmatic
machines used in Venezuela are widely suspected of, though
never proven conclusively to be, susceptible to fraud. The
company is thought to be backing out of Venezuelan electoral
events, focusing now on other parts of world, including the
United States via its subsidiary, Sequoia. End Summary.
No Venezuelan connection whatsoever! Certainly, no suspicion of fraud.
Drones and Assange kind of go together in a sad way as one must sometimes fearfully look over his shoulder for the other. Tonight there’s some good news for both.
Have a drone? Kids have a drone? So many people have drones as toys, real estate cams, or hottie-next-door spying tools it isn’t funny? I bet you have one or know someone who does, right? Did you register it with the FAA when you bought it? No. Then you’re a criminal. Or you were.
A federal court just struck down the FAA’s idiotic 2015 reg that recreational drones must be registered. Justice for you and your
The Empire, bluster aside, has made no known moves to prosecute Assange for anything – likely because he did not break any laws. Likewise, Swedish prosecutors have dropped their fake rape case against him. And, Ecuador is pressing the UK to grant Assange safe passage out of their embassy in London.
As if that’s not good enough news for old J.A., he is now the subject of interest of both Pam Anderson AND Lady Gaga. Some guys…
Ben A.Pruchnie/Getty/The Telegram.
I need to hang out in the Ecuadorian embassy some.
A whole lot more is happening but it will have to wait….
Dr. Paul isn’t exactly Pamela Anderson but Assange seemed happy with the meeting.
Having blasted the Trump administration for their hyprocritical flip-flop from “loving WikiLeaks” to “arrest Assange,” Ron Paul made his feelings very clear on what this signals: “If we allow this president to declare war on those who tell the truth, we have only ourselves to blame.” Today he sits down with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for a live interview…
“The CIA has been deeply humiliated as a result of our ongoing publications so this is a preemptive move by the CIA to try and discredit our publications and create a new category for Wikileaks and other national security reporters to strip them of First Amendment protections,”
Conference of the Titans…
The U.S. government is known by two hallmarks: absolute power over everything on Earth, and; a complete aversion to the truth. Naturally, it wants to prosecute Julian Assange of Wikileaks.
US authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, US officials familiar with the matter tell CNN.
The Justice Department investigation of Assange and WikiLeaks dates to at least 2010, when the site first gained wide attention for posting thousands of files stolen by the former US Army intelligence analyst now known as Chelsea Manning.
Prosecutors have struggled with whether the First Amendment precluded the prosecution of Assange, but now believe they have found a way to move forward.
During President Barack Obama’s administration, Attorney General Eric Holder and officials at the Justice Department determined it would be difficult to bring charges against Assange because WikiLeaks wasn’t alone in publishing documents stolen by Manning. Several newspapers, including The New York Times, did as well. The investigation continued, but any possible charges were put on hold, according to US officials involved in the process then.
But Ben Wizner, director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Speech, Privacy and Technology Project, argued that US prosecution of Assange sets a dangerous precedent.
“Never in the history of this country has a publisher been prosecuted for presenting truthful information to the public,” Wizner told CNN. “Any prosecution of WikiLeaks for publishing government secrets would set a dangerous precedent that the Trump administration would surely use to target other news organizations.”
There’s a pattern, here, as old as government corruption itself: government commits evil; someone exposes the evil; the evil-doers visit upon the exposing party.
A great opportunity for the advancement of human freedom is missed. Washington could acknowledge it’s many faults, as exposed by Wikileaks, and vow to fix them. It could stop spying on everyone, wasting money, bombing without cause, and generally mind its own damned business. They might actually thank Assange and Co. for their work.
That’s not going to happen. Dangerous precedents from dangerous people.
The Wikileaker-in-Chief has a groupie.
“Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson has gone from slow motion runs on the beach to mysterious late night visits to the embassy where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is holed up.
Anderson was most recently spotted entering the Ecuadorian safe space in London Thursday night wearing a camel overcoat, snug black top — and either a really short skirt, or no pants at all.
Anderson, 49, is a regular at the facility, coyly smiling for photographers as she struts inside to see Assange, 45, whose rogue outfit has dumped some of the US government’s most closely guarded secrets.
She refused to deny the dating rumors — saying he intellectually stimulates her more than all her “ex-husbands and lovers combined.”
“I think he’s quite sexy,” she wrote in a blog post on Thursday. “He has tremendous strength and stamina — though vulnerable. Hard to imagine him that way — as capable as he is. But, he is up against the biggest super powers in the world.”
I could handle a mysterious late night visit from Pam. Truth to power is dangerous. Seems it has a few perks too.
Wikileaks dropped a Daisy Cutter on U.S. Intelligence today with the release of “Vault 7” – thousands of documents on and from the CIA.
Read more at:
The Independent; and
Wiki / CIA.
The amount of material is vast. Here is some of Wiki’s analysis:
CIA malware targets iPhone, Android, smart TVs
CIA malware and hacking tools are built by EDG (Engineering Development Group), a software development group within CCI (Center for Cyber Intelligence), a department belonging to the CIA’s DDI (Directorate for Digital Innovation). The DDI is one of the five major directorates of the CIA (see this organizational chart of the CIA for more details).
The EDG is responsible for the development, testing and operational support of all backdoors, exploits, malicious payloads, trojans, viruses and any other kind of malware used by the CIA in its covert operations world-wide.
The increasing sophistication of surveillance techniques has drawn comparisons with George Orwell’s 1984, but “Weeping Angel”, developed by the CIA’s Embedded Devices Branch (EDB), which infests smart TVs, transforming them into covert microphones, is surely its most emblematic realization.
The attack against Samsung smart TVs was developed in cooperation with the United Kingdom’s MI5/BTSS. After infestation, Weeping Angel places the target TV in a ‘Fake-Off’ mode, so that the owner falsely believes the TV is off when it is on. In ‘Fake-Off’ mode the TV operates as a bug, recording conversations in the room and sending them over the Internet to a covert CIA server.
This is worse than 1984 because it is real and because Orwell’s world didn’t have smartphones. Use of these devices guarantees some level (usually high) of tracking, prying, and manipulation. And this is what Wiki has disclosed upfront and what they know about. More and more consumer devices – from TVs to HVACs to garage remotes to security systems to refrigerators to watches – are connected and, thus, open to hacking. Wiki goes on:
As of October 2014 the CIA was also looking at infecting the vehicle control systems used by modern cars and trucks. The purpose of such control is not specified, but it would permit the CIA to engage in nearly undetectable assassinations.
Your smart, bescreened, talking, sensing, feeling, modern car with the touchscreen, navigation, wi-fi, Bluetooth, cameras, little birds flying around, and all that other garbage that has nothing to do with driving. All of it is vulnerable. And this is nothing new. Shortly after October 2014 I started sounding that alarm.
Actually none of this is new. People have been tapping in and spying since the days of the telegraph. The public was aware (or should have been aware) of the government’s massive, global electronic surveillance apparatus back in the 1990s. Technology has grown since then. The system has grown with it. Assume that any and all electronic browsing, communicating, or other work you do is being monitored and recorded. Odds are, it is.
The CIA has also:
Much of the recent news about this stuff has centered on the NSA and the FBI, dire and grim outfits to be sure. But the CIA is different. They collect information like no one else. And they act on it. Sometimes lethally. Usually clandestinely. And almost always with deniability or immunity. No one, even in Congress, knows exactly what they do nor how much money they spend. America’s secret police and perhaps her most dangerous agency.
Now, just as the FBI is the big domestic intel agency, the CIA is generally for foreign affairs. By law and operation they are not supposed to target Americans in America (outside the borders, you’re on your own). Not supposed to. Just like you were supposed to keep your doctor you liked under the ACA, with the low prices too. Saddam was supposed to have WMD. Income tax withholding is supposed to go away once Hitler surrenders. Supposed to. Got that?
Just for fun, Google “MK Ultra”. Loads of fun – and still bearing fruit.
We’re also supposed to have a curious press and diligent academics to look into things like these leaks. Wiki actively encourages that:
WikiLeaks has intentionally not written up hundreds of impactful stories to encourage others to find them and so create expertise in the area for subsequent parts in the series. They’re there. Look. Those who demonstrate journalistic excellence may be considered for early access to future parts.
There are very considerably more stories than there are journalists or academics who are in a position to write them.
So start digging and researching. You might get famous for it. You might also want to unplug the TV and remove it from the house.
I get the FBI part. No justice should ever be expected from the department named after it.
DOJ [SIC] / Daily Mail.
But I feel a little betrayed by Anonymous. The 5th to Remember came and went. The FBI made its decision and Anon did nothing. Even as they suggest (convincingly) a link between Hillary, Huma, and radical Islamic terrorism, they do nothing. Maybe tonight or tomorrow. But one begins to wonder. They have pictures and video, they say, in addition to emails. Why hold them?
The case is now left in the hands of Julian Assange and Wikileaks. Hillary must still fear something as she is warning about “fake” emails forthcoming.
Julian did point to Hillary’s roll in the Goldman Sachs criminal syndicate and its (her) ties to Saudi Arabia. This dovetails with Anonymous’s video hints. The actions of the State Department, the banksters, the MIC, and ISIS/al-Queda should have been enough for an investigation. Unless it was all “official” policy. Policy to spread terrorism, wreck a nation and destabilize a region, and loot a few $100 Billion for the elites.
That, I thought, was the major crime. The political corruption I would have let go as standard operating procedure (even involving people not named Clinton). The Satanism fits too, considering this crowd. But I had no idea about the sex trafficking. How on Earth can that go investigated if not unpunished.
It all makes sense in a way. I’ve pointed out again and again that the government only cares about power and protecting the money (even if that means stealing it and killing people to do so); they care nothing about people, especially children. See the Denny Hastert fiasco for proof of that.
If there is to be justice, it is up to: Assange; the NYPD, or; the voters. One hopes there is a real life Stabler and Benson team gearing up for a press conference tomorrow.
President Trump will need to clean the house – burn it down, rather. Hopefully he will make good on his promise for a special prosecutor for this case.
Today was going to be the big day. I suppose it was in a way. Julian Assange stated Wikileaks will release about a million documents concerning rampant U.S. corruption between now and November’s Black Mass election show. Still, I was hoping for concrete information this morning. The waiting game…
But first, I made an error a few days ago. I posted a meme about the possible assassination of Assange:
This was wrong and I apologize. Based on what we know, about the previous assassination of Assange as proposed by Hillary Clinton, a more accurate meme would be:
Drones, yes. Sorry about that.
Anyway, the information is coming. It looks to be a multi-faceted expose:
All of this will come out eventually. Some think it will sway the election. I thought so but now I’m not so sure. I’m not sure any of it will really matter to the people. There’s probably going to be reason to indict and arrest certain persons but is that what people want. Is anyone interested in justice any more?
Consider what Wikileaks has told us already. Look at the timeline of Wiki releases over the past 10 years (pages 7 – 8). Look at the U.S. concerned releases this year alone. The fact that Hillary Clinton is running for president and that Americans still want to support their corrupt government at all is evidence that they really don’t care about the truth or justice.
The good news, today, is that Julian did avoid a Predator strike. The rest will wait.
Political corruption never sleeps. It never relents. And it hates being exposed.
Wikileaks was poised to give us an October Surprise this coming Tuesday. Rumor has it, it will be more on the walking, talking corruption that is the life of Hillary Clinton. Normally, Wiki just posts this stuff and alerts the media. This time was going to be special. Julian Assange had plans to step out on the balcony of London’s Ecuadorian Embassy and deliver the goods in person, like some dictatorial proclamation in a banana republic. Why? Who knows. Maybe the long stay inside is getting to his head.
Someone must have advised him this wasn’t a good idea (snipers and Sky-Hook rides to GITMO and so forth). He canceled the plans to release the information in such fashion. I imagine we’ll get it – and forget it – in a way that doesn’t risk Julian getting shot.
Photo by HeatStreet. Modified by Super Possum.
Hillary seems completely unworried. She’s recuperating nicely will Huma is hamming it up in Paris. She was dispatched to Europe to get the expat vote and to double register dead migrants.
There was a $5,000 a plate party you weren’t invited to. A party with celebrities and royalty and W’s daughter. Wheee! Then they had an after affair at some Billionaire’s home. (Wonder if that guy pays any taxes?) Huma’s estranged husband couldn’t make it. He was busy dodging the SVU.
You’re with her, remember? And she’s with you … just so long as you’re a celebrity, a prince, or just super rich. Super, eh?
Meanwhile the fires of the Empire burn unabated. The Pentagon just admitted it paid a UK PR firm $540 Million over four years to cook up some fake news video for Al Queda in Iraq. No idea what the videos were used for or if they were ever used. Who cares? It’s just money we don’t have for an idiotic undeclared war, in a place that doesn’t concern us, against an enemy we created and continue to support.
This may explain where .00008% of that missing $6.5 Trillion went. Hahaha.
Now, back to your pink-clad, anti-American, overweight, low-IQ, felon-ball.