Twitter allows ads from the Russian Nuclear Agency but bans my ads about Seth Rich. Continue reading Twitter Promotes RosAtom
After mapping this ‘Flutter Cycle” to the topic that was being discussed at the time of the event, it became clear that this was some sort of an involuntary display of distress and/or fear. It was so prevalent that it could even be used to predict what questions were being discussed. Some of the subjects that triggered this ‘Flutter Cycle’ were:
- DOJ and FBI media leaks
- Christopher Steele, the dossier and its funding sources
- Fusion GPS and its work with the DNC, HRC, and foreign governments
- Glen Simpson and Natalia Veselnitskaya
- The meeting at the Trump Tower
- Informants and surveillance (i.e. Mifsud, Downer, Halper, etc.)
- The FISA warrants
In June 2016, CIA Director John Brennan should have known better than to believe the DNC/CrowdStrike story of the DNC hacking having been ordered by the Russian government. Brennan was pwned by a 15-years old British boy in October 2015: “A 15-year-old gained access to plans for intelligence operations in Afghanistan and Iran by pretending to be the head of the CIA to gain access to his computers, a court has heard.” Continue reading Pwned Brennan & the DNC Leaks
From the left corner (those precious moments when a broken clock is right): Taplin, Jonathan. Move Fast and Break Things: How Facebook, Google, and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy, 2017. The quotes are from the Kindle edition. Emphasis is mine.
The anonymity that Twitter provides is a shield that brings out the worst in humans. (p. 217)
Even Google’s chairman, Eric Schmidt (and his coauthor Jared Cohen), acknowledged this when they wrote [in 2013], “We believe that modern technology platforms, such as Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple, are even more powerful than most people realize, and our future world will be profoundly altered by their adoption and successfulness in societies everywhere.” (p. 11)
As former secretary of labor Robert Reich wrote in 2015, “Big Tech has been almost immune to serious antitrust scrutiny, even though the largest tech companies have more market power than ever. Maybe that’s because they’ve accumulated so much political power.” (pp. 22-23) Continue reading Quotes from Taplin, “Move Fast and Break Things”
Remember the Lawfare/Brookings article “What Does the US Government Know About Russia and the DNC Hack?”, imploring Comey to intervene in the 2016 election again? He read and “apparently” forwarded it to his accomplice Rybicki via his private email (possibly both utilizing private emails). From the NY Post James Comey discussed sensitive FBI business on his private email (Nov 2018):
On July 25, 2016, Comey apparently emailed Rybicki a link to a Lawfare article that asked what does the US government know about Russia and the DNC hack.“I suspect there will be more of these kinds of stories,” Comey wrote. Continue reading Undercover Comrade James Comey?
2019-08-13 update: an NBC article from July 11, 2016:
“Worst nightmare,” Rich’s mother, Mary Rich, said by phone. … “There had been a struggle. His hands were bruised, his knees are bruised, his face is bruised, and yet he had two shots to his back, and yet they never took anything,” she said. “They took his life for literally no reason. They didn’t finish robbing him, they just took his life,” Mary Rich continued.
Continue reading Seth Rich!
Supporters of Big Tech impunity pulled a quick one on us. They say that as conservatives and libertarians, we are against government interference with private businesses, so we should leave Big Tech alone. This argument is disingenuous. As conservatives and libertarians, we tend to be against laws, regulations, and government policies that interfere with private businesses. But the existing laws, regulations, and policies that restrain, constrain, endanger, and otherwise interfere with private businesses must be enforced on Big Tech just as they are enforced on other businesses. If government tells a small bakery owner that he cannot select customers, the government must tell the same to Google, Facebook, and Twitter, just billions of times stronger.
We also support enforcement of valid contracts (rather than fictitious ones, like social media Terms of Service), and prosecution of corporations for fraud and deceptive advertising. This said, Big Tech (Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, Netflix) are not real private corporations, but state actors, illegal monopolies, and illegal agents of foreign governments. Continue reading How Obamanet Created “Masters of the Universe”
Speaking of alternative realities. The HPSCI website intelligence.house.gov is apparently operated in a malicious way: hiding and disrupting access to Committee reports and other documents from when it had a Republican majority and content that reflected the views of Republican members. The website readily shows only documents expressing views of the Democrats. This was happening even before the House majority changed from Republicans to Democrats. Continue reading Do Obama Tech Holdovers Sabotage Congressional Websites?
Reddit was mistreating r/The_Donald for some time. Google blacklisted r/The_Donald in its search results. Few days ago, Reddit censored, or “quarantined” r/The_Donald. This is the same Reddit which allowed Holocaust deniers to run the r/Holocaust, and had other Holocaust denying subs with names that are too repulsive to repeat. None of them was quarantined at that time. The Reddit sub r/Holocaust was described as “A subreddit to discuss “the Holocaust” [sic!] and its effect on the world today.” See its content in the screenshots below (warning – repulsive). Continue reading Silicon Valley, Free Speech, and Holocaust Denial
After I followed @realDonaldTrump on Twitter, Twitter immediately suggested me to follow Hillary Clinton and CNN Breaking News. Do people who follow Donald Trump want to follow Hillary and CNN Faking News? No, they don’t. Twitter attempts to persuade Trump supporters to switch switch to the opposite political side. That reminds me Google’ Jigsaw and its Redirect method, allegedly developed to counter ISIS recruitment, but deployed against American conservatives. Continue reading Twitter Redirect
Jim Comey, We need you to intervene in the 2016 election again – read below.
2019-07-07 update: Patrice and James Comey donated $5,400 to Amy Klobuchar’s 2020 presidential campaign. Klobuchar is a member of the radical Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, Minnesota’s affiliate of the Democratic Party. Comey’s wife Patrice admitted about 2016: ‘I Wanted a Woman President Really Badly, and I Supported Hillary Clinton’. James Comey is a former Commie and lifelong fake Republican. end of update
On July 18 of 2016, Hillary/DNC re-launched the Trump-Putin conspiracy theory with Washington Post: “Trump campaign guts GOP’s anti-Russia stance on Ukraine”, Josh Rogin. The article starts with:
The Trump campaign worked behind the scenes last week to make sure the new Republican platform won’t call for giving weapons to Ukraine to fight Russian and rebel forces …
Was this statement true? No, it wasn’t. The original platform draft did not call for giving weapons to Ukraine.
Somebody updated DCLeaks.com registration data on April 28, 2016. The DNC alleged it started to suspect a network breach on that date, although it knew about its network breaches from the FBI for long time. Somehow, this change was reflected only in July 2017. This is important, because the official narrative is that the last update was on April 18, when the alleged Russian hackers allegedly broke into the DNC network. Continue reading Was DCleaks.com affiliated with DNC?
On June 29, 2016, following intensive collaboration between the DNC and the Ukrainian government of Dmitro Poroshenko, the FBI signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU). In the words of then the FBI Acting Deputy Assistant Director Mathew S. Moon:
If, for instance, your criminal proceeding has the accordant proceedings in the US, you [NABU] can give us the numbers of the bank accounts and it will be the reason for us to issue a notice of suspicion for a person and receive the necessary information much faster.
“The person” targeted by this accord is Paul Manafort. The term “notice of suspicion” is a Freudian slip. The MoU explicitly mentions information flow in both directions, and “international money laundering,” a vaguely defined crime to which Paul Manafort later admitted. In August, NABU would publish on its website a cute Statement regarding P.Manafort’s appearance on the Party of Regions black ledger: Continue reading FBI Colluded with Ukrainian State against Trump
2019-06-21 update: crooked DC prosecutors in Roger Stone’s case wrote:
Stone asserts that the government did not “collect any evidence of the DNC breach directly” or “independently verify” the findings of Company 1 about Russia’s involvement in the hack of DNC computer systems. … That statement is incorrect.
Company 1 is assumed to be CrowdStrike (CRWD). The FBI Response to Intelligence Committee shows that that statement is correct. The FBI has not only taken the CrowdStrike’s word in place of the evidence, but uncritically adopted its methodology and even terminology! And even there they made mistakes – Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear became FancyBear and CozyBear! Also, see a different rebuttal by Adam Carter.
CrowdStrike was first hired by the DNC in December 2015 to investigate disagreement about access to NGP VAN by Sanders staffers. Then Barack Obama appointed CrowdStrike’s general counsel Steven Chabinsky, former assistant director to the FBI Director Robert Mueller, to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity. Then the DNC hired CrowdStrike to investigate (or to pretend investigating) its network breach. Then the Obama administration used the DNC/CrowdStrike allegations to spy on and to sabotage the Trump campaign. CrowdStrike and Steele (Fusion GPS) reports have been coordinated by the DNC through its law firm Perkins Coie. Continue reading FBI Warned the DNC about Hacking 30 Times
Updated with quotes from Germany and Austria, slamming US sanctions against Russia in June 2017.
One of the key allegations in the Russian hoax is that the DNC has been hacked by a Russian government hacking groups, such as a “group” named Fancy Bear by Crowdstrike and APT28 by FireEye. I fell for this trick, and have been using notation like Fancy Bear / APT28. Fancy Bear and APT28 are the same only in one sense – they don’t exist as groups of people or organizations. If the names are used as names of malware families and/or intrusion scenarios (“what we call collectively APT28,” in the words of Guillaume Poupard, the head French cyber security agency ANSSI), they refer to different things, not necessarily well defined. Continue reading MISDepartment was aware of “APT28”
Mueller investigation was extremely effective in silencing Trump supporters, Republicans, and conservative political activists. See ‘Scorched Earth’: After Mueller Comes Up Empty, His Targets Speak Out: Continue reading Mueller harassed Republican woman smeared by Democratic Strategist
My article The External Roots of Spygate is published in the American Thinker.
On another topic – the putative “Russian government hacker group” Fancy Bear / APT 28 / GRU Military Units 26165 and/or 74455, according to the mythologies of CrowdStrike (CRWD) / FireEye (FEYE) / Robert Mueller & Angry Democrats (MAD), respectively. From Wired (August 2017):
Since as early as last fall, the Russian hacker group known as APT28, or Fancy Bear, has targeted victims … including its breach of the Democratic National Committee ahead of last year’s election. Last month, FireEye says those hackers, believed to be associated with the Russian military intelligence service GRU, have begun to use EternalBlue, the leaked NSA hacking tool …
Anybody applying methodology of CrowdStrike and FireEye would identify “Fancy Bear / APT28” as an American government hacking group with much higher confidence than they have identified it as a Russian one. This is a contradiction, proving that their identification/attribution methodology is wrong.
I tried to send a promoted tweet to tell Russians that the New York Times article U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia’s Power Grid is Fake News. The Twitter didn’t let me to send the tweet: You account is currently not authorized to target this location.
The following passages are from the testimony of Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS before the House Intelligence Committee (see searchable PDF transcript on Scribd or the OCR’ed text). This is a crazy mixture of anti-Semitism and Russophobia. Continue reading Anti-Semitism and Russophobia in DNC / Fusion GPS forgeries
Useful sources of technical information and analysis: Continue reading Hillary’s Trampoline, Sources and Quotes
even when it is not in power. From Yahoo News: Continue reading Businesses are Afraid of the Lawless Democrat Party