by Scott Creighton
What more do I have to say aside from that headline?
According to Hurriyet Daily News (owned by the same conglomerate that owns Dogan Media Group… which recently faked an assassination of a Kurdish lawyer Tahir Elci) CIAnonymous has taken credit for a week long cyber warfare campaign directed at Turkish websites, banks and government offices.
“Hacking collective Anonymous has claimed responsibility for the week-long cyberattack on Turkey, which it accused of “supporting” the jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), and threatened additional attacks in case the alleged support continues.
‘Turkey is supporting Daesh [ISIL] by buying oil from them, and hospitalizing their fighters. We won’t accept that Erdoğan, the leader of Turkey, will help [ISIL] any longer,”
… “We will continue attacking your internet, your root DNS, your banks and take your government sites down,” it said. “After the root DNS, we will start to hit your airports, military assets and private state connections. We will destroy your critical banking infrastructure,” the group added.” anti-Erdogan Hurriyet Daily News
CIAnonymous is nothing more than a US and NATO online cyber warfare cover. They are attacking Turkish websites in order to destabilize the country and convince the people of the country to help with their regime change operation. It’s that simple.
Any one who had any doubt about my earlier work regarding the regime change op in Turkey still have any questions?
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