Wikileaks, Legitimate Whistleblowers or CointelPro?

Alex Thomas
The Intel Hub

I have received multiple tips from our sources that indicate Wikileaks is part of a massive government operation. Rather than posting an article with quotes from sources that must remain unnamed, I have decided to let what we know about Wikileaks speak for itself.

Wikileaks and their founder, Julian Assange, have been the focus of intense media scrutiny for what has been dubbed the “New Pentagon Papers.” With all the attention focused on how they received the information and what it means, most media outlets have overlooked some very important questions. Who is Julian Assange and how has Wikileaks managed to outrun both the CIA and NSA? Why has the world elite stood by and let a group fronted by a former hacker release information that is perceived to damage them? Is it possible that Wikileaks has been set up as a shill group, used to spread misinformation on a massive scale?

From its inception, Wikileaks has been hailed as a mysterious entity capable of exposing government corruption on every level. Even more mysterious, Wikileaks founder and public face, Julian Assange, has been able to out maneuver multiple federal agencies on his supposed quest for truth. Alternative news outlets across the globe have applauded Wikileaks for its exposure of our disastrous military policies and their implications for the people of Afghanistan. Basically,Wikileaks has been given a free pass within the “truther” community. In our info battle against this so called “New World Order,”[Old World Order] we tend to overlook the shady tendencies of the people and groups we perceive to be allies. Clearly this is the case with Julian Assange and his supposed release of classified material. Could Wikileaks be a well placed group of Cointelpro Agents, started not only to take the spotlight off other, more legitimate whistleblowers, but to be used as a pawn in order to demonize all whistleblowers as potential threats to national security?

Recently, Wikileaks released the Afghan War Logs, which documented multiple operations that killed a high number of civilians, “secret” operations/units, a rise in Taliban attacks on NATO, and perhaps most importantly the perception that the Pakistani intelligence service has aided the enemy by double crossing NATO forces and passing intelligence to the Taliban.

A common theme has emerged from the revelations brought forth by the Afghan War Logs, a theme that does more good than harm to the government its supposed to be exposing.
Let’s start with the evidence in the logs which revealed that U.S. forces were responsible for thousands of civilian deaths. Similar to the video, Collateral Murder,  this evidence does nothing but incite anger towards individual U.S. soldiers while shielding the real enemies, most notably the offshore banking cartel that is actively working towards the destruction of our beloved Constitution in order to implement a tyrannical world government. As shown, these type of leaks only further the hatred that many Muslims have towards whom they deem the oppressors. When you see your family murdered, the fact that groups such as Hamas, and Al Qaeda were created by western intelligence agencies most likely does not play into your decision to join a terrorist group.
Another revelation brought forth by the Afghan War Logs is the supposed rise in attacks on NATO forces by the Taliban. This information is very beneficial to the forces that have invaded Afghanistan. Support for the Afghan war continues to decrease, and to counter that the government needs to show the public that the terrorists are just as deadly and mysterious as before. From the beginning, the Afghan war has been a lie, started on the false pretense that cave dwelling terrorists pulled off one of the most deadly terrorists attack in American history. The CIA, along with the Mossad and MI6, have a long history of staging terror attacks, whether it be 9/11, 7/7, or the multiple bombings that happen daily throughout the middle east. While that may be hard to swallow for some, these facts are documented in hundreds of research papers as well as the internal documents of the intelligence agencies involved.
Perhaps the most sinister information brought forth by the war logs is the claim that the Pakistani ISI are working in cohesion with the Taliban. The suggestion by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that the ISI has known and hidden the whereabouts of top Al Qaeda members is nothing more than a ploy to push for more drone attacks, as well as a possible troop deployment inside Pakistan. As reported in the New York Times, the logs go as far as claiming that members of the ISI have worked with the Taliban to organize groups of militants! War propaganda anyone?
As reported by Wayne Madsen, Wikileaks is most likely a Mossad/CIA front. Its hard to argue with that claim as everything put forward by Wikileaks has been, for the most part, beneficial to the world elite.
WMR has confirmed Young’s contention that Wikileaks is a CIA front operation. Wikileaks is intimately involved in a $20 million CIA operation that U.S.-based Chinese dissidents that hack into computers in China. Some of the Chinese hackers route special hacking program through Chinese computers that then target U.S. government and military computer systems. After this hacking is accomplished, the U.S. government announces through friendly media outlets that U.S. computers have been subjected to a Chinese cyber-attack. The “threat” increases an already-bloated cyber-defense and offense budget and plays into the fears of the American public and businesses that heavily rely on information technology. Article
If in-fact the government was in fear of more “leaked” documents wouldn’t logic suggest they just shut down the WikiLeak Site? An article in The Sydney Morning Herald contains the following quote,
“That the President already had authority under the Communications Act to ’cause the closing of any facility or station for wire communication’ when there is a “state or threat of war.”
Michelle Jones, a reporter for the Intel Hub, had this to say:
This statement assures us that shutting of the whole Internet, partial parts or just certain IP’s is within the capabilities of our Cyber National Security teams abilities.   Yet there is the “Insurance” rumor that must be addressed as to whether shutting down the WikiLeak site would solve the problem,  apparently there is a claim that an “Insurance” file, called AES256 was encrypted to the WikiLeak’s site that totaled a whopping 1.4 GB suggesting this file had all the documents in question written within it.  Rumor has it that if anything happens to the WikiLeaks site or it’s founder then the file would distribute it’s information to multiple web sites to get it’s information published.  Now as I read this I was dumbfound as to how that would be an insurance policy.  The Internet was developed by the Think Tanks and Researchers in the US Military and executed as an experiment for intelligence gathering.  The smartest and brightest minds have over seen the project since it’s creation and certainly would know how to contain a site and an encrypted file.  I fail to see how we can yet again claim a person  who obviously has ties and connections to the very ones they claim to be “exposing”.   Whistle-blower is becoming a distasteful word now a days as these planted whistle-blowers gain such public support only to let the public and the hype down at it’s peak when it’s discovered there is a connection between the blower and the approval of it’s “victim” to release such information for propaganda purposes.  Is it possible this information was “given” freely in order to again taint the very existence of the noble deeds of true whistle blowers?  Such strong evidence of something so simplistic as shutting an IP down is suggesting so.
The most scary aspect of this whole psi op is the fact that there is now an open call to ban whistleblowers and in extremely instances execute them! Republican Congressman Mike Rogers has openly declared that all whistleblowers should be tried for treason and then executed. Rogers strongly indicated that Daniel Ellsberg, who released the Pentagon Papers, should have been executed when he released his classified information on the history of the United States political and military involvement in Vietnam.

Daniel Yates, a former intelligence officer, recently wrote a shill piece with the title, “Leaked Afghan files put civilians at risk.” Yates went on to say:
It is hard to imagine that many people will judge it sensible to speak to NATO troops in the future. That can only prolong the suffering of the Afghan people.
To top it off, Julian Assange is apparently annoyed with conspiracy theories such as those that mention 9/11:   What Yates was trying to put forward, is that not only is the release of classified information detrimental to national security, it also prolongs the suffering of the civilians in the area. What he conveniently fails to mention is that the invasion of Afghanistan under a totally false pretense has caused an untold amount of civilian deaths. All of a sudden the intelligence community has miraculously started to care about civilian life?
What about 9/11? “I’m constantly annoyed that people are distracted by false conspiracies such as 9/11, when all around we provide evidence of real conspiracies, for war or mass financial fraud.” What about the Bilderberg conference? Belfast Telegraph
How can we support a group whose front man has attempted to debunk legitimate conspiracies and instead has pushed the information that he has received, information that has been proven beneficial to the world elite?
People such as Wayne Madsen and John Young have already attempted to expose Wikileaks as a front organization. When contacted for this article, John Young, the founder of Cryptome, had this to say:
“The principal deficiency of Wikileaks is its lack of transparency about its operators and funds, characteristics of spies and secret societies up to no good and whose main purpose is to hide from public accountability and conceal corruption and criminality.
Such organizations always use a noble purpose and claim secrecy is needed to protect supporters. In practice the secrecy protects the principal beneficiaries, the operators and sources of funds, and supporters are sacrificed to protect the continuation of the enterprise.
Wikileaks has followed the lucrative model of the cult of national security, the largest world’s secret enterprise, composed of selected elements of governments, military, intelligence, NGOs, contractors, lobbyists and supporters, identified by their clearance for access to classified information.
Royalty and religion have long demonstrated the power of secrecy in misrepresenting what they are up to, pronouncing a great public benefit while reaping privileged rewards behind this cloak — a lavish cloak of property, ceremony, titles and prizes, architecture, clothing, language and literature, music, fine arts, and not least, a complex apparatus of punishment for apostates and infidels, often by military means but equally often by covert attacks.
Cults of royalty, religion, military are the main practitioners of secrecy and they are role models for ambitious persons who believe they have a mission to be superior to the public and must violate public trust to battle those who have similar ambitions. They invent enemies to warrant this betrayal.
They also combine with their competitors to advance their causes. Thus the appeal of global initiatives to violate national borders in transgression of local law hidden by secrecy.
That’s the short sermon. Far better is the browsible library of bountiful supporting information undoctored by sermonizing, Cryptome.”
The release of the Afghan war logs have done nothing to expose the NWO, what they have done is strengthen the calls for tough retaliation against legitimate whistleblowers. Whistleblowers are an integral part of this infowar, without them, we the people have no way to know what our government is doing, legal or illegal. Its even conceivable that Bradley Manning, who from all indications is a true patriot, was set up by the government in order to be used as a scapegoat for this whole fiasco, as well as to weed out another patriots from the ranks of intelligence.
As a movement, we must question even our closest allies, not just in the case of Wikileaks but with all major alternative news outlets and activist groups.

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