There has not been a whole lot of consideration to the timing of the Wikileaks data dump on CIA capabilities. The story that has been floated up until now has been some CIA employees (with a conscious) wanting to start a conversation about possible CIA abuses. The thought that the Russians could somehow be involved in the data leaks has not arisen, until now. Read on, comrade.
As Written By Monica Showater for the American Thinker:
Wikileaks has published a huge intelligence trove showing the entire hacking capacity of the Central Intelligence Agency Tuesday. It’s a bad loss of face for the top U.S. intelligence-gathering organization and a sign of something wrong over there – bad security, technology surpassed, spy penetration, or over-dissemination of secrets, to guess a few. The absurd explanation from chief Wikileaker Julian Assange is that some sensitive soul inside the CIA wants to start a ‘conversation’ about the top intelligence agency’s excessive power.
Tell us another one. This is the stupidest, most transparent lie since Bill didn’t inhale and Barack Obama said you could keep your health care.
A Wikileak of this sort is not only rare and specialized (when was the last time you saw a CIA secret splattered all over the Internet?) it was probably the work of Russian cyberspies, given that only the Russians are likely to have such capacity, as well as potential human penetrations on the inside. If so, it means a Russian power game is now in play, with just the right timing to support it.
Consider the source of the Wikileaks again: Julian Assange, someone who has repeatedly been accused of being a Russian agent based on the fact that his leaks (always accurate) consistently support Russian objectives. He never leaks Russian secrets, just ours and those of our allies, generally to serve…..
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