The world of secrecy has gotten completely out of hand. Political corruption and deception have taken over our world, and without Wikileaks, it would be a lot worse. Wikileaks has been releasing sensitive material for a decade now, but the mainstream hadn’t begun accusing them of leaking false information until the organization released sensitive material that brought Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign to a complete halt.
With the powerful corporations and financial institutions clearly on Hillary’s side and influencing the mainstream media narrative, mainstream outlets retaliated by fabricating an accusation out of thin air, claiming that Donald Trump was aided by Russian hackers in order to win the election, without providing any evidence to support the accusation.
The media is powerful. They can make a statement and present a perspective that instantly becomes a topic of serious discussion and eventually taken as truth. The fact that this Russian hacking allegation was taken seriously by many is, in my opinion, completely absurd, and a perfect example of the media’s manipulative power in action. Many of the claims regarding the hacking are still unsubstantiated, yet countless journalists bought into the story.
What’s more, this powerful group of people and the corporations/media they control decided to censor information on the internet, telling people which news is real and which is fake rather than letting them decide for themselves.
On the other side of the coin, details of the recent murder of Seth Rich, a 27-year-old employee of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), could completely squash the “Russian Hacking” theory. According to a new anonymous FBI source, it was former DNC staffer Seth Rich who supplied 44,000 DNC emails to WikiLeaks and not a random Russian cyber terrorist. The FBI informant claims that Rich made contact with WikiLeaks through Gavin MacFadyen, an American investigative reporter and director of WikiLeaks, who was living in London at the time.
With so many of their cables verified by other documents and witness statements, WikiLeaks’ credibility stands without question. The only problem is, the leaks go against the global elite’s narrative of global events. The war in Iraq is a perfect example. We also have insiders like NATO U.S. General Wesley Clark revealing that the U.S. aims to take down several countries for no good reason at all. The U.S. simply “has a good military” and can “take down governments.”
Perhaps this is why we see the prevalence of false flag terrorism, or so many connections between the Western military alliance and terrorist organizations like ISIS. What’s really going on here?
Sweden Drops Rape Case
One of the tactics of those who wish to preserve their “national security” is to blame others for their actions and slander anyone who threatens to reveal they’ve done so.
WikiLeaks documents also revealed how the CIA can frame a cyber attack on another country fairly easily in their “Vault 7” release, which you can read more about and access here.
This was the case with Assange, as he was accused of rape. According to RT, “WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange says he will not ‘forgive or forget,’ despite a Swedish prosecutor dropping the case into rape accusations against him. His attorney hailed the move as a ‘victory,’ but said there is still a threat the US will apply to extradite him from the UK.”
Sweden’s director of public prosecution made the decision, and confirmed that she decided to halt the investigation against Assange.
This is great news, especially in a world where those who reveal sensitive secrets that threaten the global elite’s ability to manufacture our opinion on major events and issues in the world. That being said, Assange still faces a warrant for failing to appear in court.
Even the Justice Department in Washington was reconsidering whether to charge Mr. Assange for his role in the disclosure of highly classified information, but according to the New York Times, they refused to comment.
It’s not fair that the powerful group of people that controls 95% of global media can cast allegations wherever they like and make life even more challenging for the heroes like Assange who are trying to bring more transparency to our world.
The more transparency we have, the weaker the veil that’s been blinding the masses will become. Our current global economic, political, and financial models are largely based on lies. Although challenging and even disheartening to contemplate, it’s an issue we must face if we’re going to move forward as a human race, and people like Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, and many others need to be protected.
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