Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Wikileaks Information Dump : The Prevailing SubCulture?

The ''Deep State'' or the ''Shadow Government'' is in full swing now that the hate squad has been released by their handlers in the progressive socialist liberal collective. Isn't just a little strange that this never happened to Barack?

And isn't really strange that Barack pardoned a criminal accused of an actual treasonous act, Bradly Manning? Why would he do that? Could it be part of his religious jihad for change and transformation of the American civil society?

I wonder what the message from Barack was to the rest of his well placed workers, hidden progressives in the national security divisions of the government ready to release as much secret information as it takes to destroy Trump, the Republicans and bring the country to it's knees?

Do you think Barack is one of us or is he from not from around here? Maybe he has a different agenda running that doesn't include the security of America? After 8 years and dozens of terrorist attacks, it sure does seem Barack's transformation is well on it's way to achieving it prime goals. Destruction of the country as it was founded.

And now with Barack out of office and running an underground operation called ''Organizing for America'', that has more then 250 satellites in operation around the country, that are dedicated to bringing as much chaos and conflict as possible to the new government headed by President Trump and the Republicans, not much is left to wonder why his last days in office were dedicated to leaving behind as much chaos as possible for the new president, Donald Trump.

It's the ''New Wave'' progressive socialist liberal democrat collective that has dedicate itself to destroy the American civil society as it was founded. There can be no other reason for Barack's existence in Washington DC.

Who to Blame for the Latest WikiLeaks Dump: Manning and Snowden
Steven Bucci / /

The most recent “dump” of documents from WikiLeaks can be directly attributed to Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden. No, I don’t think either of these two previous “titleholders” of the Biggest Spy in Modern History Award was directly involved with this disastrous event. Manning is still in prison, but not for much longer, and Snowden is still sunning himself in some dacha in Vladimir Putin’s Russian paradise.

Their physical fingerprints are not on it this time, but their actions and the failure of America’s leaders to ensure their punishment surely led to this. As curious reporters and pundits paw over the enormous pile of stolen secrets from WikiLeaks’ “Vault 7,” some people are debating whether Julian Assange’s “troops” have committed a crime or have done a service—striking a blow for openness and slaying the dragon of spying.

There should be no question in anyone’s mind that this was a huge blow to America’s security and makes the nation less safe. Our enemies now have a much better idea as to how the CIA contributes to protecting America from those who openly, and with no remorse, mean to do her harm. In truth, if Manning had not been pardoned by President Barack Obama, and if Snowden had not been allowed to escape into Russia’s “protection,” this massive leak still may have happened. It is extremely unlikely that these were obtained by hacking.

The CIA is not the Democratic National Committee. The Agency’s computer security is not perfect (it does have humans involved in it), but it is darned good, and it is not connected to the internet.
The most likely way WikiLeaks obtained the Vault 7 files was by a malicious insider stealing them.
A malicious insider (like Manning and Snowden) is someone who has the proper clearance and authority to be “inside” the network, but uses that authority to loot the files and pass them on to others who have no lawful right to see them.

That is a federal crime. It is spying, and it is a treasonous act. No amount of pained logic, hand-wringing, and moral gymnastics can turn that into heroic action.

Criminal acts are normally deterred by the fact that previous occurrences have been severely punished to the fullest extent of the law. But that did not happen with regard to Manning. He got a fraction of what the judge could have given him for his guilty verdict, and Obama pardoned a big chunk of that.
It has not happened to Snowden, who still sits blithely in Russia, occasionally piped in to American academic conferences by Skype to opine on the “police state” called America.
The thief who got Vault 7 was watching, and the message he or she took was that there would be little downside to ignoring the law, violating their oath, and deciding that they as an individual knew better than the collective wisdom of the leaders of our land.
No, Manning and Snowden didn’t walk out with the files this time, but they are, together with the weak responses of the Obama administration, fully to blame.

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