posted on Oct, 22 2016 @ 01:07 AM
The Hillary Clinton campaign has also become aware of how WikiLeaks can expose impunity and how well spun conspiracy theories in the media can develop
a need for a false flag cyber attack to harden the resolve of a would be candidate that believes that another country, namely Russia is hell bent on
destroying her chances of becoming president. It is evident that the US political class is growing increasingly desperate to stop the flow of
previously secret emails and documents that are exposing the real character not only of Clinton, but of all politics as a whole. Its obvious that
there has been an air of desperation in the attempt to quash the WikiLeaks material and to somehow destroy any access to intelligence cables. CNN news
anchor Chris Cuomo, an open supporter of Clinton, went so far as to lie to his audience, claiming it was illegal for them to access the emails and
insisting they could obtain any information on them only through the filter of the corporate media. To actually have someone in the mainstream media
tell an outrageous lie like this tells you there is more to this than meets the eyes and that the panic button has been pressed. It has to be said
that the way this is being dealt with is amazingly counterintuitive. It’s a demonstration of how terrified the US ruling class has become in the
face of growing mass hostility to both major political parties and their two abhorrent candidates.
Their fear is that the relentless exposure of the inner workings of a government is robbing the existing political setup of what little legitimacy it
had left within the population, and creating the conditions for a political radicalization within the working class and social upheavals. If you want
your revolution, it is starting now, but the offensive blows are happening online as information has to be squashed, dialogue has to be silenced in
order to keep the political structure intact. Cockroaches hate the sunlight. The shadow government does not want the information revolution tweeted.
They want it shut down and they will do anything to make it appear that they have plausible deniability about how and why attacks on the system have
begun in the first place. Recently, millions of panicked Americans realized they may have to be productive when suddenly their favorite social media
website or news outlet was unavailable for up to an hour. As it turns out, the culprit was “an enormous cyberattack” which disrupted traffic to
hundreds of websites including Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, eBay and the New York Times, particularly for Internet users on the east coast of the United
States. A few days before this happened, the Obama Administration had suggested they would engage in an unprecedented cyber covert action against
Russia in retaliation for alleged Russian interference in the American presidential election.
Vice President Joe Biden told “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd on Friday that, “we’re sending a message” to Putin and that “it will
be at the time of our choosing, and under the circumstances that will have the greatest impact.” When asked if the American public will know a
message was sent, the Vice President replied, “Hope not.” Well if you are planning to launch a cyber Pearl Harbor against Russia you should keep
in mind that someone may be listening and that they may want to send a message. We are not saying this attack was from Russia, but you can bet the
mainstream media will blame Putin as it is conducive to further the conspiracy theories about how hackers are now in the employ of the Kremlin.
Infact, anyone who is tweeting against Hillary Clinton is having their email accounts hacked. Just imagine what its going to be like when this lady
from hell becomes President of the U.S. Americans should chalk this up to reckless self-fulfilling prophecy. Twitter, SoundCloud, Spottily, Netflix,
Reddit, Disqus, PayPal and Shopify all went down and countless others sites that put the internet into a virtual standstill.