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originally posted by: Xcathdra
a reply to: IAMTAT
From what im seeing Soros is connected to Fusiongps and crowdstrike.
CrowdStrike Co-Founder Is Fellow On Russia Hawk Group, Has Connections To George Soros, Ukrainian Billionaire
Co-Founder and CTO of CrowdStrike Dmitri Alperovitch is a nonresident senior fellow on the Atlantic Council.
The Atlantic Council is hawkish on Russia, previously publishing reports about topics like how the West can “get tougher” on Russia, how to “fight back Against Russian political warfare,” how to respond “to Russia’s Anti-Western Aggression.”
Other articles are titled, “From Russia with Hate: The Kremlin’s Support for Violent Extremism in Central Europe” and “Here’s Why You Should Worry About Russian Propaganda.”
In one article published by the Atlantic Council, writer Stephen Blank claims that Russia is a more urgent security threat than terrorism.
Further, the Atlantic Council is funded by NATO, enhancing the hawkish view on Russia.
The Atlantic Council is also funded by the “Open Society Initiative for Europe,” a program of leftist billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Foundation.
The Open Society Initiative for Europe has written that they support, “initiatives that strengthen the protection of migrants and the politics of inclusion, giving the leading role and voice in advocating policies and social change to migrants and refugees, their descendants, and their allies in civil society.”
The Atlantic Council is also funded by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation. Pinchuk is a Ukrainian billionaire who reportedly gave $25 million to the Clinton Foundation, and was invited to Clinton’s home for a dinner in 2012 while she was secretary of state, despite an earlier denial from a Clinton spokesperson that “never on her schedule” during her time as Secretary.
originally posted by: odzeandennz
a reply to: Xcathdra
I love how when there's anonymous sources disclosing info on Trump or associates, it's immediately dismissed; but a 'mysterious' IT says it wasn't a hack but a copy, because you can copy emails on external data drives, somehow, mentalists declare a nail in the coffin...
this goes both ways. to the believers, no evidence is needed, to the delusional, there's never enough evidence....
We all know that Edward Snowden insists on secure email, but he's also very picky about his operating systems, too. In fact, he uses a free, super-secure version of Linux—called Tails—that fits on a USB stick and can be used on any computer without leaving a trace.
It's also carefully designed to never leave a trace on any computer that it's used on. Again, the developers explain:
Tails is configured with special care to not use the computer's hard-disks, even if there is some swap space on them. The only storage space used by Tails is the RAM, which is automatically erased when the computer shuts down. So you won't leave any trace neither of the Tails system nor of what you did on the computer.
I'm definitely > for making an example of a suspected leaker whether or not we have any real > basis for it.
If its true (i have my doubts), then they could have used a modified linux live disk that allows changes to be saved... A pocket pc if you can get the target to boot from the usb. Here's the problem, if this scenario to be plausible, you would have to stop the server, then restart but booting from the usb disk.
When that happens, the host computer is invisible, unless the usb os has been modified to the point that this scenario turns into espionage.
Agree. Happy to talk to the David's. Call me crazy, but I think if we can > survive the next month, it will be possible, maybe even straightforward to > get our arms around this once there is an actual campaign. I'm definitely > for making an example of a suspected leaker whether or not we have any real > basis for it.
I think we have to make examples now of people who have violated the trust > of HRC and the rest of the team. People going forward need to know there > are stiff consequences for leaking, self-promotion, unauthorized talking > with the press. No one – literally no one talked to the press in either > Obama campaign without clearing it with campaign brass.
originally posted by: underwerks
a reply to: Xcathdra
The most important aspect about the report is the “estimated speed of transfer (23 MB/s)” at which the documents were copied. It’s inconceivable DNC documents could have been copied at such speed from a remote location.
My internet connection is at 54 MB/s right now.