In every election season there are leaks, scandals, and all forms of dirty laundry and accusations that seek to manipulate public perceptions, whether true or false. This season is extraordinarily sordid, which is not all that surprising considering the particularly high stakes of this election. With Wikileaks being a new participant in the process, the enabling power of secrecy and PR are now on display. Unfortunately for Mrs. Clinton and her campaign manager, John Podesta, I am not inclined to provide the particular PR service that the media offers her. This collection of emails is organized into themes and are drawn from every tranche released thus far, with updates.
However, the Globalists’ response to the latest leaks suggest that this issue has surpassed the realm of PR and mere obfuscation and is now bordering on levels of McCarthyism and an epistemological battle between two conspiracy theories. The Clinton Globalists are alleging a conspiracy between Trump and the Russians while Hillary and the Establishment at-large are accused of conspiring to exclude all candidates but her.
And according to CNN news anchor/drunk-driving street racer Chris Cuomo, “Remember, it’s illegal to possess these stolen documents. It’s different for the media…” More McCarthyism, more appeals to authority, and more of the arrogance and condescension for everyday people from the elites of the Establishment. It is due to this attitude, and the myriad of recent Globalist disasters from the Iraq war to the Syrian refugee crisis, that the credibility and legitimacy of the American government is degraded and being questioned (and it should be questioned in a truly free and open society). The fact that looking at Clinton’s dirty secrets is being conflated with “Un-American” activities should raise a red flag in every mind. Rather than parroting the Obama administration’s unproven accusations against Russia, the media should be trying to validate it by looking for proof. It is now the US who must prove the allegations against Russia or be accused of risking nuclear war for the usual, pathetic purposes of covering up Globalist chicanery and duplicity. Unless the validity of these emails are denied directly and specifically, they should not be considered false.
But we have yet to address the issue: is Trump working with the Russians? For me, the jury is still out. But if you were to listen to the mainstream media, you would think that Trump isn’t even smart enough to organize an Easter egg hunt let alone a massive, technologically sophisticated global conspiracy directing the Russian intelligence, Wikileaks, and moles within the federal government to influence the election. So which is it? Idiot or genius? You can’t have both.
On its face, the 2016 Presidential Election does indeed looks like it’s being stolen again, just like the 2000 election and just like Al Gore said then. And I’m not talking specifically about the media collusion, voter fraud perpetrated by corrupt election officials connected to local political machines, or the extremely questionable voting machines that everybody wants to ignore. I’m talking about the fact that of the four candidates running for office, Trump is accused of being a turncoat for Russia, Jill Stein is currently the subject of an arrest warrant, and the only socially “acceptable” alternative to the Globalist Clinton machine is a third party candidate who can’t even name one foreign leader. If there are any indications that Gary Johnson is controlled opposition, one is his strange habit of making funny faces in the middle of interviews and the fact that he didn’t even know what, or where, Aleppo is. Trump is rightly criticized for running without knowing the issues inside and out, but he seems to understand the issues better than Johnson, who seems to be running… for some reason?
The “response” that the US is preparing against Russia is foolish and not guaranteed to abate or deter future hacks. The US’s priority should be to further secure classified information from hacking, and not to push a conspiracy theory implicating Russia without providing proof. I suspect that the US is incapable of stopping these hacks due to inherent vulnerabilities and built-in back doors to computer databases that were established in the 80’s as part of an elaborate plan to facilitate international electronic espionage, a plan which the Chinese may have recently caught onto. On that, I cannot be more specific.