The much anticipated massive data dump that would end Hillary Clinton didn’t happen. There is no doubt that the data exists. Julian Assange, the publisher of Wikileaks has published some heroic stuff and has been a prisoner at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London since August 2012. But the latest hype was about Assange, not about Hillary.
In all likelihood the data illustrates how Hillary had a hand in creating and nurturing the migrant crisis. There’s a high chance that it would connect the dots that draws a picture of the billion dollar Clinton Foundation being filled by the Saudis and others who paid a massive fee to meet and influence Madam Secretary. Some of the funds were used to buy American arms and shipped to the middle east to be accidentally dropped in crates onto ISIS positions.
Hillary has already admitted that ISIS was created by U.S. interests. Russia has long considered ISIS to be something of an American Foreign Legion. Hillary is neck deep into international terrorism and openly used her foreign legion to attack Libya and murder Qadaffi. She has directed the bombing of Syrian government forces. She is paving the way for the U.S. to abandon its constitution and power so she can hand America over to the international bankers at the U.N.
Hillary’s blood lust doesn’t stop there. Many of Bill’s rape victims were attacked, threatened and belittled by Hillary. More than 50 close Clinton associates and witnesses to their crimes are dead.
Assange created the hype that had tens of millions of people waiting. The InfoWars staff, one of the biggest online media outfits on the planet, rousted themselves out of bed at 2 a.m. to cover the event. Assange knows that you either feed the media or the media eats you. He has slighted those who supported him and they are justifiably angry.
Assange had extremely valuable information and the means to deliver it. Why did he balk? I thought his announcement of the coming data release sounded too good to be true. He must’ve known that the threats would come fast and furious from powerful murderers. This was probably by design. Make a credible threat, and wait for the enemy to make contact and suggest terms. I’m guessing they did just that. It would’ve been a straight forward conversation.
“Dump that data to the public and we’ll foment revolution in Ecuador and the new government will give you the boot. From there, it’s off to Gitmo for you, your friends and family where we’ll torture you for years and then kill you.”
Assange would inevitably ask what would happen if he didn’t release the info. He would negotiate his freedom and hopefully, the security of the data itself. He created the threat and hype as a negotiating tool. He is done as a meaningful journalist. Why would anyone send data to him now that he might end up using it for his own ends? He is now just another info suppressor.
Alex Jones from InfoWars is very upset that Assange duped everyone and he’s probably more upset that the data wasn’t released. I think Jones should celebrate. If I had any such data I wouldn’t consider sending it to Assange. It would be more logical to send it to a huge online media outlet that possesses courage and the will to fight evil on a principled and even spiritual level. Jones would have dumped the data and everyone knows it. That can’t be bad for business.
Dennis has been to 35 countries and carried a gun in most of them. He's worked as a soldier, policeman and intelligence operator before and during the Bosnian war. When looking into the abyss, he found that it has several faces and names that can and should be identified. A Henchman's Honor tells the story of his path to discovery and blows the lid off the organization of evil.