by Scott Creighton
UPDATE 10/25/16: Cryptome Deletes Tweets from Our Conversation Yesterday After I Mention Founder’s Lifelong Association with CIA: @Cryptomeorg is a CIA Honeypot
UPDATE: Please see UPDATE at end of article which details Cass Sunstein’s involvement in the creation of Wikileaks. Then read about Sunstein and his work on the cognitive infiltration of the alternative dissident movements.
I’ve been asked on several occasions about what I think is going on with Wikileaks and all these document dumps they are releasing trying to derail the Hillary train, at least in terms of appearances, when in fact we all know that Wikileaks is a CIA honeypot designed to:
- aid various regime change propaganda as needed by influencing the more left-wing of the alternative media outlets
- serve as a black hole for real leaks from real whistle-blowers when they make the mistake of trusting Wikileaks and sending something to them
Wikileaks was established in 2006 at a time when real whistle-blowers like William Binney, Russ Tice, Mark Klein (Room 641A ) and a few others were starting to make things really difficult for our glorious leaders who had a totally different world in mind for us to live in. You may also recall in 2004 the story of Abu Ghraib broke complete with leaked photos depicting horrific torture being conducted by our troops who were running the detention center.
So in 2006 something needed to be done in order to keep real whistle-blowers from getting their stories on the front pages of every news paper and website in the country and thus, Wikileaks was born. The idea of a honeypot was hatched.
They got Julian Assange to act as it’s front-man. A sleazy character, who, like most other assets they procure for such operations, had a long history of criminal behavior and a strange history of being forgiven for it.
“As a teenager in Melbourne, he (Assange) belonged to a hacker collective called the International Subversives. He eventually pled guilty to 24 counts of breaking into Australian government and commercial websites to test their security gaps, but was released on bond for good behavior. His official bio describes him as “Australia’s most famous ethical hacker.” In the years that followed, Assange helped write a book about his exploits in the online underground and says he went on to become an investigative journalist for Australian and British newspapers.” Mother Jones, 2010
In 1987, part of the folklore of Julian Assange has him hacking the Pentagon at the tender age of 16. Four years later in 1991, he was caught hacking an Australian multinational telecom company and arrested. He was charge with 31 major hacking crimes and later, in 1996, he pled guilty to 25 of those. 25 felony charges. He was released for “good behavior”
What was that “good behavior” you ask?
In 1993 Assange gave technical advice to the Victoria Police Child Exploitation Unit and assisted with prosecutions. In the same year he was involved in starting one of the first public Internet service providers in Australia, Suburbia Public Access Network
That’s right. He got his mind right and helped the system bust other criminals.
It should also be noted that when Wikileaks first started up, they openly admitted they were run by a bunch of Chinese dissident “hackers”. These are the same types of “hacktivists” who work for groups like USAID and the Soros’ Open Society Foundation who work to promote regime change in various countries on behalf of the CIA and the masters of the universe. Julian Assange describes his ideology as being in support of market libertarianism. Yeah, free market neoliberalism.
I am certainly not the only one out here who sees Wikileaks and Assange for what they really are.
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