You can’t make this stuff up: Trump win proves Russia hacked the DNC!

Perhaps it is time to reexamine our so-called war on terror. Perhaps it is time to suspend our unconditional relationship with the country that has been placing America on the path of destruction for the past twenty years or so. Perhaps it is high time to say that Palestinians also have the right to exist.

…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

“Assumptions are taken by so many people, including ‘thinking people,’ that neither those assumptions nor their corollaries are generally confronted with demands for empirical evidence. Indeed, empirical evidence itself may be viewed as suspect, insofar as it is inconsistent with the [prevailing vision].”—Thomas Sowell

If you have been paying attention to the allegation that Russia hacked the DNC, then you may need to start grabbing your munchies because you are probably going to be stunned.

There is a “new” evidence coming out of Washington which proves beyond any shadow of a scientific doubt that Russia hacked the DNC. According to the Washington Post, the evidence is quite clear:

“Senior officials in the Russian government celebrated Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton as a geopolitical win for Moscow, according to U.S. officials who said that American intelligence agencies intercepted communications in the aftermath of the election in which Russian officials congratulated themselves on the outcome.”[1]

Ladies and gentlemen, we are not talking about people who have been in mental institutions for decades. We are talking about U.S. officials, people who are supposed to be some of the brightest in the nation. Russian officials were happy that Trump won, and the logical deduction from that fact is that Russia hacked the DNC! One unnamed U.S. official declared:

“The Russians felt pretty good about what happened on Nov. 8 and they also felt pretty good about what they did.”[2]

The logical conclusion, then, is pretty simple: “only Russia’s senior-most officials could have authorized these activities.”[3]

Where do they get these people? Do these people mean to tell us that they have never taken a single logic class in college? Or could it be that these people are so blind that they cannot see that their own ideology is inexorably sending them to their political doom? As John McAfee has recently pointed out,

The whole ‘Russian hacking’ narrative is either ‘propaganda intended to incite the American people, to anger toward Russia for some reason, or our intelligence community is so ignorant and naïve that they should all be replaced.’”

Perhaps Putin is right, these people don’t “know how to lose with dignity.”[4] U.S. officials are known for making extraordinary claims with little or no evidence and leaving the inquiring mind in suspense. They are known for accusing countries of barbarity and espionage while they themselves have been perpetuating barbarity and espionage all over the world for over half a century.

It has been reported that the U.S. dropped at least 26,171 bombs in Syria and Iraq last year alone. “Nearly the same amount of bombs were dropped in Syria (12,192) and Iraq (12,095) last year… In 2016, 14 bombs were dropped in Somalia, which has faced decades of instability, and three were dropped in Pakistan.”[5]

Of course, dropping bombs in those countries was all good and legitimate because we are fighting terrorism, despite the fact that this so-called war on terror has cost America trillions upon trillions of dollars. How much has the war on terror cost? Consider this:

2001 – $28.7 billion

2002 – $16.9 billion

2003 – $72.5 billion

2004 – $91.1 billion

2005 – $78.8 billion

2006 – $124 billion

2007 – $169.4 billion

2008 – $186.9 billion

2009 – $153.1 billion

2010 – $163.4 billion

2011 – $159.5 billion

2012 – $126.6 billion

2013 – $93.1 billion

2014 – $91.9 billion

2015 – $74.7 billion

2016 – $73.7 billion

2017 – $73.7 billion

In 2015, it was estimated that the war on terror had already cost $1.7 trillion.[6] New World Order agents, of course, have to scare the average American to death about terrorism, otherwise they will not be able to get tax dollars. As former CIA officer Philip Giraldi pointed out in 2015,

“’the threat of terrorism’ is deliberately exaggerated and even nurtured by governments to justify tax increases and military spending while also permitting behavior by the country’s executive free of the usual legal and constitutional restraints.

“Interestingly, the State Department report, perhaps inadvertently, provides ample evidence that the global terrorist threat is not particularly global, and in most cases hardly amounts to a threat…

“Even the labeling of Iran as ‘aiding terrorism’ is a bit of a fudge that raises some questions regarding how plausibly defensive behavior by various governments is categorized.”[7]

Perhaps it is time to reexamine our so-called war on terror. Perhaps it is time to suspend our unconditional relationship with the country (we all know the name of that country by now) that has been placing America on the path of destruction for the past twenty years or so. Perhaps it is high time to say that Palestinians also have the right to exist.


[1] Adam Entous and Greg Miller, “U.S. intercepts capture senior Russian officials celebrating Trump win,” Washington Post, January 5, 2016.

[2] Ibid.

[3] Ibid.

[4] Quoted in David Filipov, “Putin to Democratic Party: You lost, get over it,” Washington Post, December 23, 2016.

[5] Teresa Welsh, “US drops more bombs in Obama’s final year of office than in 2015,” McClatchy Newspapers, January 5, 2017.

[6] Niall McCarthy, “The War On Terror Has Cost Taxpayers $1.7 Trillion,” Forbes, February 3, 2015.

[7] Philip Giraldi, “The True Cost of the War on Terror,” American Conservative, July 2, 2015.

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12 Responses to "You can’t make this stuff up: Trump win proves Russia hacked the DNC!"

  1. drbhelthi  January 8, 2017 at 3:55 am

    Clapper is the current stooge of the subterfuge traced to 1945. The OSI-OSS kidnapped Gen. Reinhard Gehlen, indoctrinated him then returned him to establish a CIA extension office in Germany, 1947. In his WWII spy HQ in the Munich suburb, Pullach, Gehlen´s Bundes Nachrichten Dienst (BND) functioned until initiating a move to Berlin, 2014.
    The fraudulent war on terror is published by western world news media equally well in Germany, including CIA propaganda against Russia, reflecting BND collaboration. Chancellor (dictator) Merkel sent German airforce units to Incirlik USAF base in Turkey to support the “US coalition” subterfuge against Syria. Thus, BND-Merkel provides military assistance to ISIS in addition to societal assistance. Dictatorially opening Germany and the E.U. to Arab Moslems and Arab Christians being driven by ISIS from their homelands enabled rather than hindered ISIS. The BND-Merkel subterfuge continues as the news media continues to dumb-down Germans – worse than Americans.
    The CIA-BND hoax against Russia, “The Fulda Gap” worked from 1949 until the fall of the wall, 1989. The CIA-BND-Merkel machine, including “western world media”, steadily reinforces the “war against terror” hoax and the CIA propaganda hoax against Russia. The following link identifies the owners of western world media_ http://tapnewswire.com/2015/10/six-jewish-companies-control-96-of-the-worlds-media/

  2. Andrew_Bukanov(Russia)  January 8, 2017 at 1:17 am

    Trakkath – the same 🙂
    I am amazed once stupidity of US intelligence. This is a bottom, worse than ever. RT Editor in Chief Margarita Simonyan recently commented on the report of hacker attacks. Literally: “in our intel schools you’d be whipped with rods”.
    Simply unheard of disgrace.
    The worst thing is that this bunch of thugs and amateurs dispose of the lives of many people.

  3. Trakkath  January 7, 2017 at 11:45 pm

    isn´t the phrase “shoot in the own foot” the same as “ins eigene Knie schießen” ?

  4. davor  January 7, 2017 at 3:12 pm

    Russia should just file applications for NATO until NATO dissolves. NATO/Allied Forces/Entente are going down this time without a war and/or money for Pentagon. USA managed to ruin their alliances with Europe in just one generation. Well done. Pentagon has become as obsolete as a penicilin and is a threat to itself and all American people. What serious alliance can Pentagon offer to anyone anymore? We are going to fund coup d’etat in your country and then sell you weapons? Thanks but we’ll pass.

  5. JohnZ  January 7, 2017 at 3:59 am

    Jonas, Fox News needs a replacement for Megan Kelly. Go apply.

    • bikpet  January 7, 2017 at 6:33 am

      they have one now

  6. ayelyahbenjamin  January 7, 2017 at 1:59 am

    The war on terror production that cost American’s “trillions upon trillions of dollars”, that burden of odious debt heaped upon the backs of future generations of Americans, the unborn enslaved….No, the REAL cost is in human suffering spanning the planet, an attempt to tally that cost is beyond comprehension…rolling through whole generations and whole nations…yet “good for Israel”.. 9/11 kick started it ,the blockbuster “war on terror” live production and rolling out under a cover of “security” Israeli surveillance perfected through the suffering of Palestinians …cost us all more than dollars… nothing but a screenplay of lies to rip the world up into chunks of their choosing, they who wrote the script… of rivers of blood held responsible , neither chosen nor untouchable… as they now draw from a poisoned well

  7. Garry Compton  January 7, 2017 at 1:37 am

    Well we all know Michael Jordan gets a whole lot of money for letting Nike use his name, but poor old Russia doesn’t get a dime for the Pentagon’s use of their Name- nor Pres. Putin’s name. And we are talking Trillions of dollars over decades of unlawful use of a legitimate name. Since it would be quite easy to show in a court that the US Pentagon is a military Corporation with millions of shareholders { taxpayers }, this will be the Lawsuit of the century. Just need to find a Court that the West – doesn’t own. Yes VT – Washington can and will make this sh up !

    • Poppadop  January 8, 2017 at 5:42 am

      To be fair, Michael Jordan endorses Nike products, hence his money. Neither Putin nor Post-Soviet Russia endorses the Rothschild cartel’s “products,” which is to say, racket warfare.

  8. Alex B  January 6, 2017 at 7:26 pm

    Distorted logic is a signature part of the price those who for many years are engaged in imitation of work, fabrication of threats, facts, results, etc., and, not last, dark occult exercises – all closely related – have to pay. Whether this transformation happens gradually or abruptly in time, but after it settles in they stop even realize how weird their logic is. This is really a parallel world within the same time/space continuum.

  9. Trakkath  January 6, 2017 at 6:51 pm

    It is also undeniable proof that Israel hacked the election because they celebrated Trumps win too. So let me ask which Russians had done it ?

    • drbhelthi  January 8, 2017 at 4:06 am

      Good point. I assume you know that the DNC-Clinton staffer who leaked the info was murdered a couple days later on the streets of DC. The event was set up to appear to be a robbery – but – they took nothing, indicating an assassination.

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