Former Intelligence Agents Produce New Analysis Saying Russians Probably Didn’t do Wikileaks

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 26, 2017

Strange we’re not hearing more about this in the Western media, no?


A group of former US intelligence officers are challenging the assessment that Russia hacked the Democrats during the 2016 presidential election. They are also criticizing analysts for not looking at the forensic evidence.

The Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) sent their first memo to President Donald Trump on Monday, challenging the claim that Russia “hacked” Democratic National Committee (DNC) computers during the 2016 presidential election.

The group focused on a new analysis from an individual known as the Forensicator, who uncovered evidence that the files stolen from the DNC by the hacker known as “Guccifer 2.0” were most likely leaked, not hacked.

The Forensicator analyzed metadata from the Guccifer 2.0 files, and showed that the files were transferred at a speed of 23 MB/s, making it “unlikely that this initial data transfer could have been done remotely over the Internet.” The Forensicator also found that the files were most likely copied to a USB drive by someone on the East Coast of the US, who had physical access to a computer connected to the DNC network.

“It has long been clear to us that the reason the US government lacks conclusive evidence of a transfer of a ‘Russian hack’ to WikiLeaks is because there was no such transfer,” Monday’s memo read. “Based mostly on the cumulatively unique technical experience of our ex-NSA colleagues, we have been saying for almost a year that the DNC data reached WikiLeaks via a copy/leak by a DNC insider.”

The former intelligence officers claimed that the new independent forensic analysis has “put a huge dent” in the intelligence community assessment from January 6, when they said that Guccifer 2.0 hacked the DNC on behalf of the Russian government and then handed the data to WikiLeaks.

We also now know that 17 intelligence agencies did not agree on Russia doing it, that was just a NYT hoax.

Clapper admitted that it was 3 intelligence agencies who agreed on it solely based on the claims of a private organization, CrowdStrike, which was hired by the DNC.

CrowdStrike later said they weren’t certain of it, but the government and media still claimed to be, continually referring to it as “a fact.”

VIPS criticized the analysts from the FBI, CIA and NSA, saying they did not give “any attention to forensics” on the original Guccifer 2.0 data. The group argued that the intelligence community was “agenda-driven” and argued their assessment was “not supported by any apparent evidence.”

“The pundits and politicians who have led the charge against Russian ‘meddling’ in the US election can be expected to try to cast doubt on the forensic findings, if they ever do bubble up into the mainstream media. But the principles of physics don’t lie; and the technical limitations of today’s Internet are widely understood. We are prepared to answer any substantive challenges on their merits,” the group said in their memo.

VIPS argued that the same person was behind two major leaks from the DNC. First, they said the files that were stolen on June 12, 2016 were leaked in order to expose the bias toward former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Then, they said the same person leaked files on July 5 in order to “pre-emptively taint anything WikiLeaks might later publish by ‘showing’ it came from a ‘Russian hack.’”

I go back and forth on the Seth Rich theory.

But recently I’ve been going more forth than back.

It just makes sense, on every level, that he did it and then got killed for it so they could blame the Russians.

The group claims that since the DNC emails showed a pro-Clinton bias, her campaign “saw an overriding need to divert attention from content to provenance.”

Finally, VIPS pointed to WikiLeaks publishing original CIA documents that were labeled as “Vault 7.” Contained in those files were a number of cyber warfare tools developed by the CIA’s Engineering Development Group, including an obfuscation tool called “Marble Framework,” which could be used to conduct a “forensic attribution double game” or false-flag operation, with test samples in Chinese, Russian, Korean, Arabic and Farsi.

Yes, yes and more yes.

Even if it was hacked and not leaked, there is no way to prove who did it because tools on the open internet allow people to make it look like someone else did it.

Furthermore, there is no way to prove it either way.

The government and media’s claim is that the Russians are hacker masterminds but just went ahead and left all these fingerprints and hoofprints and hornprints for no reason.

They went on to suggest the Trump White House should review that program.

Please review this, Trump.

Or hey – maybe now there’s no reason to.

The media buried the entire Wikileaks story as soon as Trump tweet about the FBI having never looked at the DNC server.

Then it became all about a 20 minute meeting DTJ had with a random Russian lawyer who we are told was “Kremlin connected.”

Who knows what it will be next week.

Only the Jews know.

But what I know is that even liberals who hate Trump are getting sick of hearing about Russia.

What they are going to want to hear about now is tranny-abuse and the rise of the theocracy.

And if the media keeps talking about Russia instead of trannies and the theocracy, people are going to stop listening to it completely and search out media talking about what they want to hear about.

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