Washington Post: We lied about Russian operation hacking the US

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“The Washington Post just made my day. Cheers.”

…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

The Washington Post declared last week that a Russian operation hacked a Vermont utility computer. And they got the circumstantial evidence to prove it. Citing “U.S. officials,” they said,

“A code associated with the Russian hacking operation dubbed Grizzly Steppe by the Obama administration has been detected within the system of a Vermont utility.”[1]

This stunning discovery, the Washington Post continued, “underscores the vulnerabilities of the nation’s electrical grid. And it raises fears in the U.S. government that Russian government hackers are actively trying to penetrate the grid to carry out potential attacks.”[2]

Russian is the bad guy. They are trying to attack us all. They want war. They want to tell us that they are in charge of the United States of America. As Neocon puppets John McCain and Lindsey Graham have said, Russia’s hacking is certainly an “act of war,” and “We have to make sure there is a price to pay.”[3] “When you attack a country,” ISIS apologist McCain told us, “it’s an act of war.”[4]

McCain could never tell us that the US has been attacking one country after another since the beginning of time.

Washington organized the overthrow of Syria’s government in 1949. In 1953, the US and Britain colluded to overthrow Iran’s popular democratic government. In 1954, the US overthrew the government of Guatemala. There followed intervention in Lebanon in 1958. Three years later came the infamous Bay of Pigs invasion and over fifty attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro.

“In 1965, the US invaded the Dominican Republic and overthrew its regime. 1973 brought the US-backed coup against Chile’s Marxist government. Nicaragua’s leftists were next on Washington’s hit list. There was masked intervention in Haiti, then a bombing and sabotage campaign in Baghdad, Iraq. A failed attempt to overthrow Iran’s elected government and more machinations in Syria and Libya, followed by outright invasions.

“There are many more to mention: Bolivia, Brazil, Congo, Turkey, Indonesia, Azerbaijan, Russia under Yeltsin, Ukraine’s ‘Orange’ Revolution, Georgia, and the overthrow of Ukraine’s elected pro-Russian government. And now, of course, Syria…

“The US may even have tried to overthrow France’s president, Charles de Gaulle. Lately, the US helped put Egypt’s bloody dictator in power, overthrowing the democratic government in the process and tapped the phone of close ally, German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

“In the past, Soviet intelligence was very good at intrigue, professional spycraft and occasional ‘wet affairs.’ But the Soviets never measured up in sheer volume of meddling and regime change to the mighty US – and still don’t.”

If McCain is serious, then much of the entire world would take him and the Neocons and place them behind bars for the rest of their natural lives. They would probably deserve public execution for the crimes they have committed over the past four decades.

In any event, the Washington Post just “found out” that the Vermont incident “is not linked to any Russian government effort to target or hack the utility.”[5]

Oh, boy. The Post is now issuing a form of apology for their own cardinal blunder. But it seems that they know virtually no serious person believes their fabrications and colossal hoaxes anymore, so they have to pretend that they are doing great work. In that sense, they had to issue an “apology.”

The Washington Post has been blaming Russia for virtually any bad thing that happens in America for months, and it is no accident that they quickly produced the fake news that Russia hacked a Vermont utility computer.

It is quite obvious that NWO agents are just losing moral and intellectual power, and it is quite obvious that they are trying their best to gain some trust among the gullible. It is probably too late, since people everywhere are waking up. Perhaps NWO agents are scared. Perhaps they think that Russia will cut them to pieces again this year. Two cheers for Russia.

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[1] Juliet Eilperin and Adam Entous, “Russian operation hacked a Vermont utility, showing risk to U.S. electrical grid security, officials say,” Washington Post, December 31, 2016.

[2] Ibid.

[3] “’We have to make sure there is a price to pay’: John McCain calls Russia’s hacking an ‘act of war’ and demands stronger sanctions,” Daily Mail, December 31, 2016.

[4] Ibid.

[5] Ellen Nakashima and Juliet Eilperin, “Russian government hackers do not appear to have targeted Vermont utility, say people close to investigation,” Washington Post, January 2, 2016.

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Jonas E. Alexis

Jonas E. Alexis graduated from Avon Park High School, studied mathematics and philosophy as an undergraduate at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and has a master's degree in education from Grand Canyon University.

Some of his main interests include the history of Christianity, U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book ,Christianity & Rabbinic Judaism: A History of Conflict Between Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism from the first Century to the Twenty-first Century.

He is currently teaching mathematics in South Korea. He plays soccer and basketball in his spare time. He is also a cyclist. He is currently writing a book tentatively titled Zionism and the West.

Alexis welcomes comments, letters, and queries in order to advance, explain, and expound rational and logical discussion on issues such as the Israel/Palestine conflict, the history of Christianity, and the history of ideas.

In the interest of maintaining a civil forum, Alexis asks that all queries be appropriately respectful and maintain a level of civility. As the saying goes, “iron sharpens iron,” and the best way to sharpen one’s mind is through constructive criticism, good and bad.

However, Alexis has no patience with name-calling and ad hominem attack. He has deliberately ignored many queries and irrational individuals in the past for this specific reason—and he will continue to abide by this policy.

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  1. (as RT have humorously suggested) the person of the year 2016 is and has to be the Russian Hacker!!! 🙂 wherever he may be and reside

  2. My neighbor Vasia has a bear. This bear is unique – likes to play on balalaika. But when the bear drinks vodka – likes to play the computer. I gonna buy the bear a bottle of vodka tomorrow and let him hack Washington Post 🙂

  3. The WaPo is the antithesis of the truth. They have lied so often that when The Washington Post denies the lies, they decry the truth. “The truth is dead, long live the truth!”

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