Saturday, January 07, 2017

The Ukrainian conspiracy

"The Anonymous Blacklist Promoted by the Washington Post Has Apparent Ties to Ukrainian Fascism and CIA Spying" (Ames):
"The only specific clues given were an admission that at least one of its members with access to its Twitter handle is “Ukrainian-American”. They had given this away in a handful of early Ukrainian-language tweets, parroting Ukrainian ultranationalist slogans, before the group was known.

One PropOrNot tweet, dated November 17, invokes a 1940s Ukrainian fascist salute “Heroiam Slava!!” to cheer a news item on Ukrainian hackers fighting Russians. The phrase means “Glory to the heroes” and it was formally introduced by the fascist Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) at their March-April 1941 congress in Nazi occupied Cracow, as they prepared to serve as Nazi auxiliaries in Operation Barbarossa."

"Russia Hacking the Election the Inside Story".  "Why Crowdstrike’s Russian Hacking Story Fell Apart- Say Hello to Fancy Bear".  Alexandra Chalupa.

"Why I Still Don't Buy the Russian Hacking Story".  "The GRU-Ukraine Artillery Hack That May Never Have Happened".

"US Govt Data Shows Russia Used Outdated Ukrainian PHP Malware".  The 'coincidence' that a lot of Ukrainian programming keeps popping up in the analysis.

"DNC Refused to Give FBI Access to Its Servers … Instead Gave Access to a DNC Consultant Tied to Organization Promoting Conflict with Russia".  Dimitri Alperovitch.

The DNC wants an excuse not to have to reform itself (and all the heavy intelligence analysis lifting comes from a DNC contractor with ties to Ukrainians who want to damage American-Russian relations), the CIA doesn't want Trump to strip it of power (while the NSA, which should have all the info if it is a hack rather than a leak, is quiet), and the Ukrainians - not to mention the constant Cold Warriors, McCain and Graham - want to restart the Cold War leading to WWIII against the hated Russia.  It is a confluence of the interests of scoundrels, and the analysis of what is really going on here isn't difficult.

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