Russian hacking is a silly smokescreen, so what’s behind it…?

Interesting analysis. The question I would love to have answered, though, is this: Who leaked the emails, and much more importantly, WHY did they leak them? If we could answer this question it would shed a powerful light on a lot of the inner workings of the US ruling class. The individual who leaked the documents could conceivably be a Russian agent, a Republican Party operative, or simply a devious case of collusion between the two parties (factions) of the one-party capitalist state to get the result they all agreed to beforehand.

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This is one of the daftest stories I’ve heard in a long while, but since the Guardian, Washington Post and even President Obama are still trying to persuade us that this evidence-free allegation of Russian hacking is serious and worthy of the world’s attention then here is definitive debunking courtesy of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS), whose combined expertise includes William Binney and Ray McGovern. They write:

The bottom line is that the NSA would know where and how any “hacked” emails from the DNC, HRC or any other servers were routed through the network. This process can sometimes require a closer look into the routing to sort out intermediate clients, but in the end sender and recipient can be traced across the network.

The various ways in which usually anonymous spokespeople for U.S. intelligence agencies are equivocating – saying things like “our best guess” or “our opinion” or…

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2 Responses to Russian hacking is a silly smokescreen, so what’s behind it…?

  1. beetleypete says:

    I contend that this is a ‘false flag’ operation from within America. Not only did it raise doubts about Trump, it tried to blame the Russians. Killed two birds with one stone, as the saying goes.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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