Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Absolute Proof Russians Undermining The U.S.

WikiLeaks:'Biggest Ever Leak of Secret CIA Documents'
8,761 docs published focus mainly on techniques for hacking and surveillance.

Alternet (03/07/2017)
"The US intelligence agencies are facing fresh embarrassment after Wikileaks published what it described as the biggest-ever leak of confidential documents from the CIA detailing the tools it uses to break into phones, communication apps and other electronic devices.

My Comments
There's no other way to explain why Wikileaks never ever once disclosed Russian documents. If there ever was a reason to accuse Russia of under minding the U.S. and throughout the elections this has to be it.

One could argue we should hit back, but I think it a much better idea to never reveal our hand. In the interim for the time being let us not be suckered in by Julian Assange nor the Russian government ever mindful of this head game they're playing with us. The Russian government under Putin is determined to make us lose faith in our own government. Make no mistake about it--they've always been our adversary. They've never been a friend. Never will be. Now more so then ever with this latest release it should become ever so more apparent then before.

Let us not lose sight who is the real enemy. It's not the people of themselves living in Russia. Rather it's like minded individuals aligned with Putin who long for the return to the days before WWII. Most importantly we should not lose faith in our intelligence community. Assange and his cohorts are coordinating their efforts in an attempt to destroy the U.S. citizens' confidence and trust in government unlike any thing we've seen before.

Let us hope our president isn't being mislead by those who are this nation's true adversaries. One thing should be said--it isn't the press nor those who work in government whom this president should distrust. Not while there's far greater concerns.

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