posted on Aug, 15 2016 @ 02:38 AM
The odd part is it was related (apparently) to a trivial denomination of bitcoin. Some speculate before this finding that this may be a drama
stunt, but I disagree.
You should never concern yourself with these kinds of remarks as they are intended to attack the integrity of those who resist the powers that be or
stick up for the rule of law and decency in politics and business. They are designed to separate the support base for for the person concerned in an
attempt to isolate them. Suck remarks are usually followed by ridicule, which is a powerful weapon, to drive a wedge further between the target and
their support base.
Divide and rule in other words.
Think about it. Why would someone like Snoweden who knows his life is in danger, shred their own credibility, which is one of the few things that's
keeping them alive, by doing something that defies common sense and is as stupid as these attackers want to believe.
If you keep an eye on these sorts of comments you will soon notice they they are usually made in the first few responses in a thread on the subject.
That alone is suspicious activity as it suggests such people are sitting in front of a computer keeping a constant eye on new posts with fingers
poised at the ready. I will leave you to decide whether or not such people are paid to make such comments.