“I love Wikileaks,” candidate Donald Trump said on October 10th on the campaign trail. He praised the organization for reporting on the darker side of the Hillary Clinton campaign. It was information likely leaked by a whistleblower from within the Clinton campaign to Wikileaks. Back then he praised Wikileaks for promoting transparency, but candidate Trump looks less like President Trump every day. The candidate praised whistleblowers and Wikileaks often on the campaign trail. In fact, candidate Trump loved Wikileaks so much he mentioned the organization more than 140 times in the final month of the campaign alone! Now, as President, it seems Trump wants Wikileaks founder Julian Assange sent to prison. Last week CNN reported, citing anonymous “intelligence community” sources, that the Trump Administration’s Justice Department was seeking the arrest of Assange and had found a way to charge the Wikileaks founder for publishing classified information without charging other media outlets such as the New York Times and Washington Post for publishing the same information…..Read More
Rumors are flying all across the internet as Wikileaks’ Julian Assange tweets three mysterious 64 character coded keys with the words John Kerry, Ecuador and the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Additionally, a Wikileaks “insurance risk” was tweeted which allowed users to download, using torrent, the 88GB data dump. A little later in the night Wikileaks tweeted that their internet had been severed. All of which sent the internet into a frenzy. But what’s really going down at Wikileaks? I believe I have the answer.
Julian Assange says his internet link was ‘severed’ by state agents hours after claims he was poisoned by a Pret vegan sandwich brought to him by Pamela Anderson. The WikiLeaks founder’s only connection to the outside world from his Ecuadorian embassy hideout in London was cut today, with supporters saying America was behind the cyber attack. The controversial anti-secrecy website has been busy aggravating Washington – in particular the Clinton family – this month by methodically releasing damaging information about the prospective First Family from the hacked emails of Hillary’s campaign’s chairman John Podesta. The Clinton campaign has called the hacking akin to a modern Watergate and has blamed the Russians for trying to influence the presidential elections, which WikiLeaks denies. Read More
“The unique sets of numbers previously thought to be Hashtags are NOT! They are DECRYPTION KEYS for certain files; passwords if you will. This means that Wikileaks has just given the entire planet the decryption keys for three sets of files, 1 on John Kerry, 1 on Ecuador and a third on the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). This is a “dead man’s switch.” It means that Wikileaks- or its Editor Julian Assange- are in direct danger, or Assange may be dead. By issuing these decryption keys, they are announcing that the files are already distributed and the world will be told WHERE to find those files if someone dies. Once the world is told WHERE to download those files, the decryption keys can be used by literally ANYONE to get all the deep secrets inside. If it is a dead-man’s switch, then Julian Assange may already be dead or in custody. The release of the Encryption passwords would be part of the Dead Man’s switch. Read More
“How to Foil NSA Sabotage: Use a Dead Man’s Switch” – https://www.theguardian.com/
Julian Assange has given an interview to an Argentinian paper from his Ecuadorian embassy asylum where he spent more than 1,000 days. He spoke about why US meddling in Ukraine led to civil war, how the West helped ISIS and Israel supported Hamas. The United States has spent “a lot of time trying to bring Ukraine to the West,” the WikiLeaks founder said in an interview to Pagina/12, Argentinian newspaper on Monday. Kiev first step closer to NATO was in December 2014, when President Petro Poroshenko signed a law canceling the Ukraine’ non-bloc status and promised to hold a national referendum on NATO accession in the next five to six years. In January, Kiev authorities announced that the Ukrainian army would take part in 11 international military drills in 2015 to bolster NATO standards in troops. Read Full Article