Posted on January 4, 2012 by willyloman
by Scott Creighton
Unconventional warfare specialist Trey Scott Atwater is attached to 7th Special Forces Group which has historic connections to El Salvadorian and Honduran death squads and current connections to Task Force 373 in Afghanistan which is a black op death squad itself. His story makes no sense and he forgot to tell investigators about being detained by airport security just a few days prior to his Saturday arrest. But we shouldn’t worry because he “loves his kids”
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Posted on August 15, 2010 by willyloman
by Scott Creighton
Part 2: The Verdict is in (or “The Spy Who Shagged Us”)
In Part 1 of this essay, “The Genesis of the Whistleblower Honeypot, Wikileaks“, we explored one possible motivation behind the CIA and the State Department setting up an international fake whistleblower site like Wikileaks; damage control. Since most dissidents understand the MSM and corporate news print media is controlled and therefore untrustworthy these days (and have been for decades), potential whistleblowers would look for an alternative outlet to publish material that would be potentially damaging to the administration’s globalist agenda. So why not create one, hype it with carefully staged “leaked” material, and then let the “rats” come to them.
One would be almost disappointed if they hadn’t come up with an idea like this.
But having an idea that Wikileaks was constructed as a psyops honeypot is one thing, proving it is another. Anything short of a confession from Jullian Assange or his latest IRS tax return prominently featuring paychecks from the Central Intelligence Agency is probably going to simply land me in the “conspiracy theorist of the conspiracy theorists” category.
But I have been there before (over and over and over and over again) so let’s have at it and see what we come up with.
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