WikiLeaks “Syrian Files” Obtained by Flame to Set Up Assad
July 6, 2012
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WikiLeaks has released damning emails embarrassing Syria and exposing “Syria’s opponents”, says Julian Assange. There were more than 2.4 million emails that show correspondence between “Syrian political figures, ministries and associated companies” between August 2006 and March 2012.
The Associated Press reports, “WikiLeaks’ Sarah Harrison told journalists at London’s Frontline Club that the emails reveal interactions between the Syrian government and Western companies, although she declined to go into much further detail. … WikiLeaks posted only a handful of the documents to its website Thursday, but the disclosure — whose source WikiLeaks has not made clear — wouldn’t be the first major leak of Syrian emails.”
Harrison said that the “material is embarrassing to Syria” but claims that Syria’s opponents will equally be ashamed. “It helps us not merely to criticize one group or another, but to understand their interests, actions and thoughts. It is only through understanding this conflict that we can hope to resolve it.”
Called “The Syrian Files” numerous diplomatic correspondences are more of an exposure to insider information than WikiLeaks disclosure concerning the US government’s role and responsibility in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The hacked emails include:
• Correspondence from the Baath party
• Contains information on foreign affairs, finance and Assad’s presidential business
• Records of financial transfers from Syrian ministries to nations
• Over 68,000 are in Russian
Russia is in arms trade with Syria even though the UN with pressure from the US has imposed sanctions against Assad’s government because of the fake revolution called the Arab Spring that was inspired and controlled by Soros infiltrators and the CIA.
WikiLeaks and Assange have not “verified all the emails” because of the sheer volume, however they claim that they are “statistically confident” that the files they have obtained are genuine.
Questions concern Assange’s connections to the CIA and his ability to expose “leaked” information. As a psy-op, the manifestation of Assange and WikiLeaks has effectively used engineered operations of secret document exposure to give the appearance of forced political responsibility for intelligence and policy failures. This is detailed in the CIA document entitled, The Secret Team .
The CIA connection to Assange creates an avenue where fake leaks of documents can be made to give the illusion to the public that they are privy to secret information.
Meanwhile, the CIA “people-power coup” has been integral in many fake revolutions both in the streets of foreign nations and on the internet.
WikiLeaks assisted the US government’s overthrow of the Tunisian government. Assange’s portrayal as a lone wolf just trying to expose corruption has aided the US government as the perfect psy-op cover that convinces individuals to rally in favor of their hero, Julian Assange, and keep his crusade alive.
These emails come just prior to the meeting in Paris where the Friends of Syria group, which supports Assad’s removal. Russia, who is not attending the meeting, says that this is a ruse to combine efforts against Assad and create more international support for a force regime change and pending military strike.
Haaretz reported back in February that Anonymous hacked into Syrian servers and extracted emails. These emails supposedly exposed, among other things, Assad’s wife’s “shopping sprees”; however the obviousness of this claim is simply propaganda intended to defame the Assad government while the Obama administration, Israel and the UN “peacemakers” publicly decry for either war or Assad’s “voluntary stepping down”.
While the arrest of Ryan Cleary, member of LuzSec, was first announced, it became apparent that the LuzSec – Anonymous link was concrete . The origination of Anonymous is traceable to the CIA as an attempt of the US government to create a false flag threat that justifies the Obama administration’s restriction of information flow and freedom on the internet.
The hacktivist movement has spawned new off-shoots of the main groups Anonymous and LuzSec, named “LuzSec Reborn”, “MalSec”, and “SpexSec”. These groups are using the same techniques as Anonymous, with new names. The nature of these groups is to wreak havoc, break apart, and come together under a different name to begin the process over again.
During on the of the CIA directed “hacks”, Anonymous gained information from foreign servers in Syria. This was achieved with the use of Flame, the descendent of Stuxnet. These US government agents posing as hacktivists are pretending to be independent persons in a nameless, faceless hacking group hell-bent on cyber-attacking government agencies.
Flame, analyzed by Eugene Kaspersky, of the Russian Kaspersky Lab, was found to be capable of:
• Stealing data via USB memory stick
• Steal information whether or not the computer is connected to the internet
• Have the exact same programing properties as Stuxnet
• Linked usage to the US government and Israel
The leaks Assange has revealed directly benefit the US, Israeli and UN campaign to remove Assad from his governmental seat and implant a stooge, just as was done with the “ election ” of Muslim Brotherhood member Muhammad Morsi.
In Egypt, the move of Morsi to presidential power benefits the US government as Morsi has already destroyed the Egyptian constitution, disbanded their parliament, and made clear assertions of compliance with Israeli agendas to remove Assad from power in Syria.
The case against Assad is mounting, although it is mostly propaganda taken as fact and spun in the mainstream media worldwide. This “revelation” from WikiLeaks assists the desire of Obama, Netanyahu and the UN to control the Syrian government.
This is all very easy to understand: a CIA operation where information stolen from Syrian computer servers by Flame (which is the cyber-weapon of the US government) was given to Anonymous (who are CIA agents) and “leaked” by WikiLeaks (the fake whistleblower website).