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posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 10:20 AM
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First, a few statements regarding the controlled press/MSM--

The mission of the NWO-owned MSM is to steer the public's thoughts in certain directions. The MSM would never hype a story that might harm the controllers. People whose stories might cause them harm, like Ron Paul, are simply ignored. When all the MSM is hyping the same story/individual, the ruling class is selling us something.

With Assange: In 2011, after gaining the world's trust with his controlled "attacks" against the U.S. government, Assange, likely a CIA operative, aimed his WikiLeaks whistle-blowing at the true intended targets. Leaked documents no longer embarrass America, but very damaging information about corruption within the governments of Tunisia, Egypt, and Yemen are "leaked" to "assets" within the Arab press.
(Google wikileaks and Yemen, Egypt, or Tunisia)

The MSM Fairy Tale tells us that the "Arab Spring" was a "spontaneous" uprising of the people, that started in Tunisia, and later spread to other nations. In reality, the the Globalist-Axis had targeted certain governments for regime change. The Globalists also seek to crush any state that either dares to assert some degree of independence, or that gets too close with Russia and/or China. The NWO formula for conducting "regime change" within the targeted states seems to be as follows:

Assange's WikiLeaks feeds very embarassing leaks to "assets" within the Arab press.

The targeted regime suddenly becomes very unpopular.

Internal subversives (provacateurs) kick off the "spontaneous demonstrations".

Ordinary citizens swell the ranks of the protestors

Paid traitors within the government and military force the government to resign.
(In Libya & Syria, paid terrorist mercenaries ("rebels") fight against the loyal military.)

The MSM then claims that "people power" has triumphed over tyranny.

Assange claiming credit for "Arab Spring": www.businessinsider.com...

Will discuss Snowden in follow-up post.
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posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 10:26 AM
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they are both Paid traitors ,and have a hidden agenda
one of the things they do is setup countries against each other in already very tens times.
i dont understand why many of the people call them heroes.
they must be blind
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posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 10:30 AM
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Bs. You are entitled to your opinion but at least try to back it off with something. WL has been in operation for a very long time. It never was targeting US.



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 10:40 AM
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sorry but i think you wrong

however if you are right, i take my hat of to Assange for playing the CIA role to max, his dedication knows no bounds - stuck in a flat for the last year going crazy, what dedication.



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 10:50 AM
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IMO they are false pictures of hope for freedom of knowing.

And they are sacrificing so much while they have been under heaviest materialist rules.

And we know that sacrificing is not allowed in materialism.

So if they are not materialist , what are they sacrificing themselves for ?



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 10:57 AM
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In my personal opinion Assange is likely an intelligence asset. He was busted for some pretty serious hacking when he was a teenager and that would have been a perfect window for recruitment or could have been used later on as blackmail material to elicit cooperation. Understand that I am speaking specifically of Assange and not of the other participants or of Wikileaks itself.

I think that Snowden fits the profile of a patsy more than a conspirator.

Previous to that, I see Manning as a truly troubled person who made some very poor short term decisions for the wrong reasons.

Even if I am dead wrong about Assange - I think that there is enough of a cloud over Wikileaks at this point to terminally undermine their credibility with anyone who might be in possession of profoundly important secrets that they might be compelled to share openly.



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 11:12 AM
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My thoughts on the matter is that you are right. Any true whistleblower with valid damming evidence would not leak one page at a time,cc he would release all information right away to prove themself genuine at doing this for the best interests of the people, so that we could decide for ourselves



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 11:14 AM
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OP, I am not saying that this is the case ... but it's crossed my mind on several occasions.

Perhaps they're not "intelligence assets" on purpose, but I think they do serve the NWO's purpose more than they think. Just like OBL ... they didn't kill him, until after he was "useless" ...

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posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 11:29 AM
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Interesting, what do you think about Glenn Greenwald?



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 11:45 AM
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I find this issue and the speculation to be very interesting. For their sakes, I hope they're CIA agents / assets. Because if not, they're pretty SOL (or could be, at the least.)


For our sakes, I hope that's not true. Maybe time will tell.


I look forward to OP's next post!



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 12:02 PM
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Here's some info on Greenwald, the "mouthpiece" for Snowden's leaks:
www.usasurvival.org...


The mouthpiece for NSA “whistleblower” Edward Snowden is having the whistle blown on him, and he doesn’t like it. Glenn Greenwald of the Guardian says “smears” are being circulated about him owing back taxes, financial debts, and investing in a homosexual pornography business.

The New York Daily News reports, “The reporter who broke the story about the National Security Agency’s secret surveillance programs has a little secret of his own.”

Read more: Glenn Greenwald's Gay Porn Business: Blowing the Whistle on a "Whistleblower www.usasurvival.org...
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posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 12:06 PM
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I said it before. Snowden never leaked anything that could be considered a revelation. Everybody that has been paying attention knew there was a very comprehensive monitoring system being implemented, or at the very least, intended to be implemented. Once again, what did everybody think the Utah data center was intended for? Second, how could anybody justify in their minds that the other foreign intelligence entities didn't know about these procedures? I find it to be a silly position to think that they didn't know. They knew.And if you really didn't know until Snowden, or were just caught by surprise by how extensive it was. Well, I'll tell you now that it's even worse than that. So later on when some person breaks the next revelation, you cant say that you didn't know.



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 12:14 PM
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Originally posted by Hefficide

In my personal opinion Assange is likely an intelligence asset. He was busted for some pretty serious hacking when he was a teenager and that would have been a perfect window for recruitment or could have been used later on as blackmail material to elicit cooperation. Understand that I am speaking specifically of Assange and not of the other participants or of Wikileaks itself.


He was caught and convicted. I dont see how that would be usefull for blackmail. Also I'm pretty sure all good hackers have been targets for recruitment at one point or another. Doesn't mean they took the bait.



posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 09:57 PM
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Originally posted by Hefficide

In my personal opinion Assange is likely an intelligence asset. He was busted for some pretty serious hacking when he was a teenager and that would have been a perfect window for recruitment or could have been used later on as blackmail material to elicit cooperation. Understand that I am speaking specifically of Assange and not of the other participants or of Wikileaks itself.

I think that Snowden fits the profile of a patsy more than a conspirator.

Previous to that, I see Manning as a truly troubled person who made some very poor short term decisions for the wrong reasons.

Even if I am dead wrong about Assange - I think that there is enough of a cloud over Wikileaks at this point to terminally undermine their credibility with anyone who might be in possession of profoundly important secrets that they might be compelled to share openly.


Yes, Julian Assange was convicted with multiple serious hacking offences (offences the judge said would have cost him up to 10 years in jail if he had not had a troubled childhood). What many people don't know is that Julian Assange had actually worked with, and aided authorities in the 1990's.


IT HAS been revealed in a Melbourne court that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange once helped Victoria Police in two investigations into child pornography.

He provided expert technical advice and support to assist in the prosecution of people suspected of involvement in pornography offences on the internet.


As for Julian Assange being an intelligence asset or an informer:


...when The Saturday Age appeared before Judge Morrish to apply for the order to be lifted, Assange's Melbourne lawyer, Grace Morgan, said he did not consent to or oppose its revocation.

Ms Morgan, of Robert Stary Lawyers, passed a handwritten note to the judge that elaborated on Assange's ''assistance''. Judge Morrish then said the contents of the redacted paragraph, if unexplained, ''are apt to be utterly misleading and dangerous because they convey the impression that Mr Assange is an informer and he's not''.

Judge Morrish's original concerns related to prejudicing the administration of justice or endangering the physical safety of any person.

Before Assange's position was clarified, she asked last week, ''How long would he last if he had a reputation of being an informer?''


www.theage.com.au...

Overall, Julian Assange was picked up by authorities during his lengthy trial; but the only involvement he had was "limited to providing technical advice and support [and] to assist in the prosecution of persons suspected of publishing and distributing child pornography on the internet."

Does the above completely rule out Assange being an informant or an asset? No, but the court documents of his time during the 1990's show that Julian was only involved with government authorities on the above cases.

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posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 12:36 AM
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Winston: Does the Brotherhood exist?

O'Brien: That, Winston, you will never know. If we choose to set you free when we have finished with you, and if you live to be ninety years old, still you will never learn whether the answer to that question is Yes or No. As long as you live it will be an unsolved riddle in your mind.



posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 03:20 AM
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Originally posted by PsykoOps

Originally posted by Hefficide

In my personal opinion Assange is likely an intelligence asset. He was busted for some pretty serious hacking when he was a teenager and that would have been a perfect window for recruitment or could have been used later on as blackmail material to elicit cooperation. Understand that I am speaking specifically of Assange and not of the other participants or of Wikileaks itself.


He was caught and convicted. I dont see how that would be usefull for blackmail. Also I'm pretty sure all good hackers have been targets for recruitment at one point or another. Doesn't mean they took the bait.


Caught and convicted, but walked away free
and before you get all lippy, Wikileaks 2IC was wittness at my wedding. Don't like either.
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posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 03:31 AM
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Brietbarch killed and Michael Hastings offed - or disappeared.

Along with the other NSA whistleblowers who tried to go through the proper channels, are not reported on.

PS All of the other washington dc scandals that are going nowhere.






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