by Pamela Williams
I want to begin this report by apologizing for the uprooting of 35 Russian families from their Long Island and Maryland homes. It is the beginning of a New Year, and these families were given 72 hours to pack and leave. These are families…yes, they are Russian diplomats…yes, they have homes in Russia…yes, Putin sent a plane to fly them home…yes, to all these things. They, also, can hold their heads up as they leave, while Americans should hang their heads in disgrace for ever putting someone like Obama in the White House!
There are so many things wrong with what Obama is doing to this Country. I want to start with the report just put out by the FBI and the DHS concerning the alleged “Russian hacking” into the DNC. If the DNC had not betrayed one of their own, the “leaks” …yes, “leaks”, because that is what they are…not “hacks”…the Democrats would not be disintegrating into smoke as we speak. They are turning on each other over the billion dollars wasted on Hillary Clinton. I, also, believe what Julian Assange calls the “leaks’ …an “inside job”. There are two deceased men who were involved with the DNC, and we will probably never know the truth of what really happened to those men. I will leave it at that. End of commentary.
The report header begins with a disclaimer:
Further Commentary: The report does not actually give factual “evidence” to prove Russia did, in fact, hack the DNC…again Judge Andrew Napolitano has stressed in several videos it was not a “hack” but a “leak”. I trust Napolitano over Obama any day. Oh, what about the fact that Congress has not even been briefed on this report, and what happened to the CIA? John Brennan and Obama cooked the report up, or the CIA was the first agency to leak to the media concerning the report. Nothing adds up. End of commentary.
“The DHS statement is a restatement of already known public information, a series of technical indicators that are intended for use by cybersecurity professionals in finding and remediating APT28 malware on private sector networks, and some generic advice for companies as to how to improve their network security,” said Matt Tait, founder of the U.K.-based security consultancy Capital Alpha Security.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) December 29, 2016
The F.B.I. and the Department of Homeland Security on Thursday also released samples of malware and other indicators of Russian cyberactivity, including network addresses of computers commonly used by the Russians to start attacks. But the evidence in a report, in which the administration referred to the Russian cyberactivity as Grizzly Steppe, fell short of anything that would directly tie senior officers of the G.R.U. or the F.S.B., the other intelligence service, to a plan to influence the election.
Further commentary: Does Obama care that diplomatic relations with Russia are so damaged that it will be difficult for any one to repair them? President Putin is behaving in a very diplomatic manner truly using his full brain capacity, but Obama seems to be lacking in a brain. But wait, could it be that Obama’s brain is totally consumed with a hidden agenda? What about his dismal failure in Syria? You know, the failure to overthrow Assad and to create another opportunity for ISIS to expand its Caliphate? He failed at his “moderate Syrian rebel” project. In fact, is has been reported that a ceasefire between the rebels and Syrian government forces is occurring as we speak. End of commentary.
The Syrian government and rebel groups have agreed a nationwide ceasefire from midnight (22:00 GMT) on Thursday.
The deal was announced by Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and confirmed by Turkey. The two nations, which back opposing sides, will act as guarantors.
The High Negotiations Committee (HNC), regarded by the UN as Syria’s main opposition body, confirmed the deal, which excludes jihadist groups.
If the truce holds, peace talks will be held in Kazakhstan within a month.
At least 300,000 people are believed to have been killed in fighting that followed the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad in March 2011.
A further four million have fled the country to seek refuge in neighbouring states or Europe.
Further commentary: This is good news for humanity, but is it good news for Obama? Think about it. Obama can’t be seen as punishing Russia for driving terrorists from Aleppo. Would Obama be guilty of “giving aid and comfort to the enemy”…isn’t there a law on the books about that? End of commentary.
This is a comment made by Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan:. He made it quite clear yesterday that the sanctions and expulsions had nothing to do with hacking and everything to do with Russia interfering with our “national interests” abroad. “Russia does not share America’s interests. In fact, it has consistently sought to undermine them, sowing dangerous instability around the world. While today’s action by the administration is overdue, it is an appropriate way to end eight years of failed policy with Russia”
In Syria, Russia helped stop our regime change operation that intended to bring along with it the Qatar-Turkey pipeline and the creation of the western quarter of Greater Kurdistan. In Ukraine our regime change operation took place immediately after the Ukrainian people decided they wanted no part of the European Union and the new IMF loans that came along with the deal. And in regards to the BRICS nations… well, that speaks for itself. And there are the interests of our neoliberal and Likudnik friends in London and Tel Aviv to think about as well. These are the “national interests” Paul Ryan and President Obama speak of. They wont specify what they are because Americans are not likely to want to charge into global war over oil and banking hegemony since it’s their loved ones who will be fighting it, not Ryan’s or Obama’s. QUOTED FROM:
In conclusion, I want to remind you of the following which I believe to be true:
In conclusion, I want to remind you of the following which I believe to be true: LINK: theduran.com/judge-jean
Former British ambassador Craig Murray confirms DNC and Podesta leaks were the work of a Washington insider; and says he knows identity and has met with this person. FBI meanwhile casts doubt on CIA claim DNC and Podesta leaks were the work of Russia. (REMEMBER WHEN THE FBI WOULD NOT ADD ITS NAME TO THE CIA REPORT?)
Anyone wanting to know more of what Craig Murray is saying should read his statement on his blog. Indeed it should be mandatory reading for anyone interested in the truth of this affair.
On the subject of his personal knowledge and reputation for truthfulness and credibility Craig Murray has this to say
“Now both Julian Assange and I have stated definitively the leak does not come from Russia. Do we credibly have access? Yes, very obviously. Very, very few people can be said to definitely have access to the source of the leak. The people saying it is not Russia are those who do have access. After access, you consider truthfulness. Do Julian Assange and I have a reputation for truthfulness? Well in 10 years not one of the tens of thousands of documents WikiLeaks has released has had its authenticity successfully challenged. As for me, I have a reputation for inconvenient truth telling.”
To which I would merely add what I said about Craig Murray on 31st October 2016
“I have previously put on record my own strong doubts that Russia is behind the DNC and Podesta leaks. Now Craig Murray – a former British ambassador who (unlike me) is a personal friend of Julian Assange – has come forward to say that he knows 100% as fact that Russia is not behind the leaks.
Craig Murray is a man of proven integrity who as a former senior diplomat has handled classified intelligence material and who therefore knows how to separate fact from fiction. If he says he knows 100% for sure that Russia is not responsible for the DNC and Podesta leaks, then given the sources he has that is good enough for me, as it should be for all reasonable people.
FROM VIDEO:Published on Dec 11, 2016
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