Sunday, December 12, 2010

The "International Man Of Mystery" Psyop

If We Lose our Internet Freedoms Because of Wikileaks, You Should At Least Know Why

"Just a little more background on the “hero” Jullian Assange and Wikileaks…

Wikileaks was started up in Dec. of 2006. Oddly enough, as a supposed “leak” site, a dissident site, it was given a great deal of immediate mainstream attention from the likes of the Washington Post, TIME magazine, and even Cass Sunstein the now Obama administration official who wrote a paper on how to “cognitively infiltrate” dissident groups in order to steer them in a direction that is useful to the powers that be.

The TIME magazine article is curious because it seems that right off the bat they were telling us how to interpret Wikileaks in such a way that sounded strangely familiar to George W. Bush back just after 9/11…

“By March, more than one million leaked documents from governments and corporations in Asia, the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa and the former Soviet Bloc will be available online in a bold new collective experiment in whistle-blowing. That is, of course, as long as you don’t accept any of the conspiracy theories brewing that could be a front for the CIA or some other intelligence agency.” TIME Jan. 2007 (emphasis added)

Now remember and read closely… this article was written PRIOR to Wikileaks’ first big “leak”, which according to the article was to occur sometime in March of 2007.

So why would TIME magazine be writing about them in the first place if they hadn’t done anything yet? Also, let’s not pass up on that delicious irony: this is TIME magazine singing the praises of a supposed “leak” site which will supposedly expose all kinds of “conspiracy theories” while at the same time telling their readers NOT to believe in those silly “conspiracy theories” circulating about Wikileaks. Just so long as you believe the “right” conspiracy theories, you’ll be alright I guess. This of course perfectly matches Jullian Assange’s own statements about 9/11.

TIME goes on to explain that the Wikileaks version will be the “correct” version (even though they had yet to publish anything at that point… pretty far out on that credibility limb for TIME if you ask me…)

“Instead of a couple of academic specialists, Wikileaks will provide a forum for the entire global community to examine any document relentlessly for credibility, plausibility, veracity and falsifiability,” its organizers write on the site’s FAQ page. “They will be able to interpret documents and explain their relevance to the public. If a document is leaked from the Chinese government, the entire Chinese dissident community can freely scrutinize and discuss it…” TIME Jan. 2007

You have to remember, Wikileaks first started targeting China obviously and as we all know from history, typically dissident movements within targeted nations are often funded and run by covert CIA operations. Since Wikileaks started off with a host of Chinese dissidents, it would be logical to assume that at least some of them have links back to the agency. But it gets better.

Few of you might know that just prior to the unveiling of Wikileaks, the intelligence world had an unveiling of their own… a “social media” based resource called “Intellipedia”. Some of you might find this interesting…

“With its own versions of a certain search engine and a certain online encyclopedia, the intelligence community is evolving its use of tools now widespread in the commercial sector, generating both success and controversy.

The new tools include a federated search engine called Oogle and Intellipedia, a controversial intelligence data-sharing tool based on Wiki social software technology.” GCN Sept. 2006

So we see that in Sept. of 2006 there is a concerted effort in the intelligence community to embark on several new “pedia” type programs one which serves as a data-base and another which works like a Google search engine. Why wouldn’t there be a third?"

One should also wonder who the hackers are that have been targeting Paypal and bank sites amid this intense psyops. After all, Assange met with Israelis months ago to cherry pick the data dump in Israel's favor. Their Hasbara/JIDF/Megaphone propaganda machine is well oiled and up and running already. Plus there are many who've been fooled by carefully staged theatrics as controlled opposition.
What a scam - establishment media pimps for Wikileaks importance and sets Assange up as 'champion' of disclosue, the released data is decidedly pro fascist agenda and targets Israel's enemies, then gullible dissidents get taken in by supposed government opposition to Wikileaks and wind up working against their own interests.


Anonymous Nz said...

It certainly is a tangled web of deception. The analysis seems quite credible, and knowing how the secret government works behind the public's backs all the time this way, I don't doubt it.

Of course, there is also a point where they make the web so complex and tangled that it becomes impossible to sort it all out in the time necessary to prevent it from making things much worse. This, i believe, is perhaps one of the main goals of the secret government; to keep us guessing for so long that we don't have the facts straight during the time necessary.

I hate the Machiavellian fuckers, I hope they all wake up to see themselves digging their own graves just as the dirt falls on top of them.

12/12/10 8:03 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Very good picture you planted in my mind at the end there!
Yeah, it's quite clear to me now that the limited hangout of gossip and bits was to divide the opposition. Those that have just a shallow understanding of how it all operates want Saint Assange to be carved into Rushmore, those that see the psy op for what it is know it was to just further the sick agenda.
A telltale sign of this was the intense coverage of Wikileaks before they even cut loose with any disclosure. (Remember the "CIA hit squad" several months ago? Pre advertising - HEY, look at this!)
Another is the big play about Assange's popular support with all the hacking and coverage.

Has a gefilte fish sniff to it all.

12/12/10 3:26 PM  

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