…by Jonas E. Alexis
For more than two years, we have been saying that Russiagate was a total fabrication. It was diabolically cooked up by the Deep State, the warmongers, the Neocons, and the very people who wanted the United States to get involved in a nuclear war with Russia.
Stephen Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at New York University and Princeton University, has also said over and over that Russiagate was a hoax. Cohen screwed up the New World Order by saying that “The unprecedented allegation that the Kremlin ‘attacked America’ and ‘colluded’ with its president in order to elect him is based on two documents devoid of facts or logic.” Cohen continued to say:
“Amid this daily frenzy, it’s often forgotten that Russiagate’s ‘core narrative,’ as one of its most devout and prominent promoters terms it, was inspired by and continues to be based on, two documents, both published in January 2017: an ‘Intelligence Community Assessment’ and the anti-Trump ‘dossier’ compiled by a retired UK intelligence officer, Christopher Steele.
“The ‘core narrative’ of both was, of course, that Putin’s Kremlin had intervened in the 2016 presidential election—essentially an ‘attack on America’—in order to damage Hillary Clinton’s candidacy and abet Trump’s.
“At the time, a few critics questioned the authenticity of the ICA and the dossier, but for political and media Russiagaters, they instantly became, and have remained, canons, despite their deficit of facts and logic. Reread today, in light of what is now known, they are examples of the adage ‘rubbish in, rubbish out.’”
Cohen cited one former intelligence officer saying that the so-called dossier was a “deliberate misrepresentation’—the ICA, by using the term ‘Community,’ gave the impression that its findings were the consensus of all ‘17 US intelligence agencies,’ even though it was signed by only three (the CIA, the FBI, and the NSA) and by the overseeing director of national intelligence, James Clapper.”
The ICA, according to Cohen, “provided almost no facts for its ‘assessment,’” Despite the fact that the media and political whores like Megyn Kelly continued to cite the ICA as evidence that Russia hacked the US election. Even Times magazine, which was perpetuating the same narrative, reluctantly agreed that “hard evidence to back up the agencies’ claims” was missing. The ICA finally admitted at the end of their so-called assessment that there was indeed no factual evidence to support its claims. They said:
“Judgments are not intended to imply that we have proof that shows something to be a fact.”
The interesting thing is that the Washington Post cited the CIA saying that “Putin’s specific instructions” were all over “the operation.” Total lie. According to Cohen, The Washington Post “or its Intel leaker just made it up.” Cohen’s conclusion?
The so-called dossier contains “an abundance of factual errors, inconsistencies, outright contradictions, and, equally important, information purportedly from secret Kremlin sources but that had already been published in open Russian or other media. (History shows that the trick to making a falsified document at least semi-plausible is to include a few facts previously verified in open sources.)”
William Binney, a former intelligence official with National Security Agency (NSA) and a mathematician, also declared that Russiagate was a deliberate deception. He once declared:
“If the idiots in the intelligence community expect us to believe them after all the crap they have told us (like WMD’s in Iraq and ‘no we don’t collect data on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans’) then they need to give clear proof of what they say. So far, they have failed to prove anything.”
That certainly was fair enough. You simply cannot make an outrageous accusation and then leave the scene without providing an iota of evidence, which is exactly what was going on with the so-called Russiagate. If you asked Mr. X for the evidence that the Russiagate thing was legitimate, he would have responded by saying Mr. Y had it; when you asked Mr. Y, he would have responded that Mr. Z has it; when you asked Mr. Z, he would have again said that Mr. X had it. It was a circular argument.
The Neocons and Zionist ethnic cleansers have been playing this game for quite a long time. They think that positing an assertion and repeating it over and over again somehow is evidence for the assertion itself. They knew that they duped the American people before with the events leading up to the Iraq war, and obviously they thought that they were about to do it again.
Now after three years of perpetuating the crazy claim that Russia hacked the US election, that Russia is the enemy of the United States, etc., we are learning that Christopher Steele, the former MI6 agent who set-up Orbis Business Intelligence and compiled a dossier on Donald Trump, fabricated the whole thing.
Nigel West, one of Britain’s leading experts on espionage, caught Steele red-handed. Steele perpetuated the claim that, according to the London Times, “Russia had engaged in a conspiracy with Trump campaign team to affect the outcome of the 2016 election. It was used by the FBI to justify the surveillance of four of Trump’s associates.”
West met Steele at a NATO intelligence conference and declared that “I’ve always had the highest respect for him.” But West felt that Steele was desperate to make things up, such as “the existence of the Russian consulate in Miami, Florida.” West declared that Steele was “politically motivated.”
And obviously West was right. “Steele himself was paid purely above-board, of course: by Fusion GPS, which was a client of the law firm Perkins Coie LLP, on behalf of the Democratic National Committee, at the direction of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.”
There is no need to forge evidence to debunk the Deep State, the New World Order, ethnic cleansers, and warmongers in the United States and abroad. Truth, as Solzhenitsyn and Hegel made clear, will work itself out and will triumph over its enemies.
-  Stephen F. Cohen, “Russiagate’s ‘Core Narrative’ Has Always Lacked Actual Evidence,” The Nation, June 20, 2018.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
-  “Ex-MI6 spy ‘fabricated dossier on Trump and prostitutes,’” Times, January 27, 2020.
-  Ibid.
-  “West v. Steele: Trump-Russia dossier was ‘FABRICATION,’ colleague & spy expert revealed… YEARS ago,” Russia Today, January 27, 2020.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.