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Anonymous hacks CIA

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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 11:58 AM
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hello, everyone! were being played on a massive scale here--

imagine--there is a humanist propaganda campaign that was started officially in the 1960s in Soviet controlled Russia--its a complete and total mind-control operation involving infiltration of CIA and other departments-

so these plants are here, swaying the actual good guys in Intelligence to believe that the Cold War ended, and Russia is NOT working with China...

the point is to completely re-structure the Western mind to think that Communism is dead, and there are no double agents working in America.

Do you see what im getting at here?

now imagine, that this is all well documented, and written about by Lenin, Stalin, and Gorbechav.

I recognise a leopard by its spots, do you?

The Perestroika Deception
video.google.com...




posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 12:41 PM
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My advice comes from a well-known admiral:


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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 12:48 PM
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To "hack" cia.gov and take it down is just a statement. Nothing can be accomplished from that. They don't store sensitive files or information on their online servers. No, that stuff is kept in local networks only accessible through a LAN.

Although, I also believe they have massive amounts of sensitive data stored in the deep web... but that would be nigh impossible to break into.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 12:51 PM
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Would someone clarify to those in the news business that a DDOS isn't hacking.

Any idiot with some cash can buy a botnet and ddos a site.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 01:03 PM
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Do we have a screen shot of how the website looked?



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 01:05 PM
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I agree with you. The site title still comes up. The title is denoted in the code of the page currently loading in the browser. Since we are seeing at least that, it looks like a DDOS and not a access hack.

DDOS: "...One common method of attack involves saturating the target machine with external communications requests, such that it cannot respond to legitimate traffic, or responds so slowly as to be rendered effectively unavailable..." - From Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org...)



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 01:51 PM
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There is a very distinct possibility that THIS may be a false flag. Think about it. What better way to make Anonymous appear credible than having them hack Langley? I don't trust Anonymous at all. They have no face, therefore it is extremely easy for anyone to use their name for any purpose. Seems a little too convenient to me.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 02:22 PM
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dude, the OWS and Anonymous is pure Perestroika. Simply put. Lets call a spade a spade.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 02:26 PM
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Originally posted by UnaChispa

Originally posted by Jason88
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So let me see if I have this straight re: false flag.

The CIA hacks themselves, blames Anonymous or an Anonymous credited Twitter account takes credit. Now, at some point, the CIA comes out and says, "look at what these cyber-terrorists are doing, they're attacking America's intelligence networks and jeopardizing American lives" (or some such nonsense).

Next, congress re-evaluates it's stance on PIPPA and SOPA (both currently not dead and in moratorium) and uses the CIA message along with others to push these laws.

Americans, politicians who do not understand the nature of these attacks (more annoying than dangerous) get behind the SOPA and PIPPA bills, and viola! We now have restricted Internet because of a cloak-and-dagger CIA operation.

Is that right?


That is how I see it. Like someone said before. Create a problem, give the public a solution. You don't think so?
edit on 10-2-2012 by UnaChispa because: typo


Just on a side note here David Icke has been saying and warning about this for years in his books and tour talks,PROBLEM,REACTION , SOLUTION his words that are now beginning to ring true;

1;Create the PROBLEM;

2;Wait for the public's ect Reaction;

3;Offer the SOLUTION that fits your agenda that your problem set out to achieve in the first place;


PROBLEM,REACTION , SOLUTION = Perfect covert manipulation of the primary weapon that will persuade and fool the masses into surrendering more of their freedoms ,that primary weapon is FEAR;



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 02:38 PM
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I do believe that Govt standards will not allow anything set as Secret on up to be on anything but the closed network, hence the reason why Manning had to physically copy and smuggle out the docs/files he gave to wikileaks.

Don't know about that. CIA field stations are world over with operatives sending and receiving information all the time. It may be encrypted and "secure" (there's that word again) but sheer volume of communiques would necessitate a world wide network that reaches straight to their HUB. Both ways.

If Manning snuck out the hard copies it was just to insure there was no data link to any off site terminal. And Employing wireless technologies is the Anonymous way I would think, like trying to identify a car with no license plate. They have a description, but no link to an address real world... Just a cell tower ping, perhaps many.

And you are right, their secret data base is at the bottom of a very secret elevator somewhere with hard wired data terminals and no other access. Like Nuke silo's, nobody is gaining access unless they go down there.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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Originally posted by Kenrichaed
Perhaps the CIA allowed them to hack in order to trace them and arrest them? It is kind of what they do among other things.


Instead of arresting them, maybe they will trace these hackers to turn them into assets (work with us, be paid very well or you will be prosecuted).. Anon has proven that they are capable of hacking with the best of them, it would be in CIA's best interest to develop a relationship with them to then target the enemies world wide.....



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 02:57 PM
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This "war" will continue to lash back and forth, even though no real lasting harm is done(?). The internet is a valuable source of information to intelligence and government. How are they going to keep their fingers on the pulse of Main stream America with out it? Shutting it down, is like declaring Marshall Law in the real world. The streets are empty, patrolled by Hummers manned by troops with machine guns. If the servers go empty and quiet all over, it would be a disaster for businesses that depend upon it for commerce. What are you going to do, shut down plains, trains and automobiles? Banks, telephones and satellites? Military, Merchant Marine and Gov? It would be disastrous. The gov, doesn't want to cut it's own throat in the process of controlling a few hacked accounts.

What we really need to affect the outcome of secret plans to invade and topple sovereign nations is a steady flow of ideas that expose the propaganda and actions of illicit activity on the part of entities that wage peace thru war.

And a few more Mannings and Assanges.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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Since anyone can claim to be Anon have you considered that only 5% of what you are hearing about is actually the original core group while the rest is 2nd rate copycats and/or false flags intended to make Anon look bad and justify internet censorship?
Just thinking..



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 03:13 PM
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Originally posted by Echtelion
That's amazing. It's very over-the-top, but still the CIA's not the NSA, and they got pretty corrupt and fragmented over the last few years that they may have some security flaws.

That's a big "WOW".



Whats more amazing is 99% of ATS are clueless and down right ignorant. How many times will you tell them 1+1=2 and they say no no its 11.

I will quote myself from page 4


Originally posted by Setoman
Its amazing that this sites slogan is "DENY IGNORANCE"

Yet we have 99% of the posts in the thread alluding to the fact that this is a "hack" that "anonynomous hacked into/the CIA"


But its NOT a hack. I repeat, ITS NOT A HACK.

Its called a DDOS Attack ( distributed denial-of-service attack)
Its sending a site so much traffic that it overloads.

Its like putting too much clothes in the washing machine and running around claiming "I hacked it, I hacked it"

its not HACKING! Anonynoums are the biggest Script kiddies on the face of the planet.
They can't hack themselves out of a paper bag if it were to save their life.

THEY ARE NOT HACKERS.

They are a bunch of no life kids who have nothing else to do but to rack up bots (infected computers) and use them to direct traffic at a site to push it offline.

The amount of ignorance, fearmonging and share bafoonery on this site is appalling.

"Its a False Flag, its False Flag"

And now you wonder why people think conspiracy theorists are not bright at all?
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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by bjarneorn

They don't only perform DDoS. These are attacks that "today" must be done by many computers, and not just one ... IF you do it the "civilian" way.

And I've met many of these "kind" of guys. No, they are not internetz-addicts. You have a "fan" club, around a core people ... who 99% are military morns, or police. You don't know them, except they're on the internet ... and what do you think they're going to do, tell you who they are? Many of these idiots, are young guys (I've had my personal experience with a few of them), who are totally brain washed military goons. Literally speaking, and around these "core" morons, you have a lot of younger groupies, and they end up acting like the internet is theirs.

They're morons ... and they are ALL (or over 99%, at least that is my view) military personell, and police.

So stop aiding these morons, they're not there to help you ... and their actions aren't meant to either. If they hadn't been there, not even half of all the internet surveillance acts would ever have been made.

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lol boy you are clueless... The average skid (script kiddie) has 100-1,000 bots to their disposal, some dedicated skids have 10,000-50,000+

Its easy to knock offline any site you would like with 1k bots. Which an average hackvist has access to.

This shows you how conspiracy theatrics.... oops i mean theorists are down right ignorant and you know what they say? ignorance is bliss. That's why if you look at any event tread on ATS someone is claiming its a false flag or some kind of conspiracy.

Everything is a conspiracy.
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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 03:20 PM
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Not conspiracy---this is how propaganda and psychological mind-control works, tho, yeah? Is everyone clear that weve had war officially declared on the People?

So, if youve ever read into war tactics, this Anon-CIA-youtube-RT thing fits the bill.....
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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 03:26 PM
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But its NOT a hack. I repeat, ITS NOT A HACK.
its not HACKING!
THEY ARE NOT HACKERS.

Well alright already, THANKS FOR THE INFO!!!! Why are you yelling? It's okay to deny my ignorance patiently too you know. I like learning but not from a teacher who scolds his students....



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 03:29 PM
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Originally posted by rainbowbear
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Not conspiracy---this is how propaganda and psychological mind-control works, tho, yeah? Is everyone clear that weve had war officially declared on the People?

So, if youve ever read into war tactics, this Anon-CIA-youtube-RT thing fits the bill.....
edit on 11-2-2012 by rainbowbear because: (no reason given)


Is that your own conspiracy theatrics....i mean theory.

Ohh Boy. ATS never ceases to amaze me... the ageless wonder.

edit on 11-2-2012 by Setoman because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 05:01 PM
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Now that would suck! It usually takes around, what, 6 months to a year for them to get back to you? If you get selected, good luck with the poly..



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 08:09 PM
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Considering that Anonymous most likely IS the CIA.....what did they did was not hacking...it's called "logging in"




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