Shock as Jew Spook Claiming New Russian Hacking has No Evidence for the Claim

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 15, 2020

Oren J. Falkowitz: You can trust him, goy. He wouldn’t lie. He’s one of God’s chosen people.

Of course this entire “Russia hacked Hunter Biden” thing is a complete hoax.

What else would it be? Real?

Just like with the Crowdstrike “Russia hacked the DNC” hoax, the Jew who runs Area 1, who is claiming Russia hacked Hunter Biden’s Ukrainian gas scandal, is refusing outright to explain what exactly the evidence is for this claim.

Good on the Washington Examiner for actually calling this guy and pressing him on what evidence he has instead of just reporting it as fact without evidence as the NYT and WaPo did.

Eddie Scarry writes for the Washington Examiner:

Before we break out the rocket launchers in response to reports that Russian hackers have targeted the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, let’s consider the source of that information: a single cybersecurity start-up, whose founder is a Democrat and who won’t say anything about how he knows that the hacking actually happened.

The New York Times and the Washington Post on Monday reported that technology company Area 1, founded by Democratic donor Oren Falkowitz, has found that Burisma’s internal cyber system was breached by Russian hackers.

“In this instance, the hackers set up fake websites that mimicked sign-in pages of Burisma subsidiaries, and have been blasting Burisma employees with emails meant to look like they are coming from inside the company,” the New York Times story said.

There has yet to be any corroboration of this by Burisma (the seedy company at the center of President Trump’s impeachment, and which paid Joe Biden’s son Hunter hundreds of thousands of dollars for unknown services), Russia, or U.S. intelligence.

No, the only evidence that any breach occurred is an assertion by Falkowitz, who is trying to get his company, Area 1, off the ground and turn it into a leading cybersecurity firm.

In a brief phone interview on Tuesday, Falkowitz declined to tell me exactly how his firm would have identified the alleged hacking of Burisma.

He said that Area 1 has developed a “technology platform” that uses “sensors” to stop breaches that begin with phishing attempt, which take place when a bad actor sends fake emails with malware to an individual in order to gain access to internal systems.

Boomers are so stupid, they hear “a technology platform with sensors? That sounds legit and high tech as well.”

I asked Falkowitz if he could identify the clients of his who would have benefited from Area 1’s service in this particular case involving Burisma. “We don’t comment on who our customers are,” he said.

I also asked if he could offer more information about the “sensors” that his firm uses to target phishing activity. Where are they? How did they retrieve any information relating to Burisma or Ukraine or Russia?

“I’m not going to get into that,” he said.

That’s fine, but then why should anyone take his word for it on the hacking of Burisma?

Nowhere in the New York Times story nor the Washington Post’s is it mentioned that Falkowitz is providing services to Democrats running for president at no charge.

I’m not going to take it as fact on the word of a single U.S.-based Democrat-run security firm which, for all we know, might have created this controversy as a publicity stunt.

Yeah, as a publicity stunt and because it’s run by a Jew who “formerly” worked for the NSA.

There is no such thing as a “former” intelligence agent. All of these people who leave the “intelligence community” and go work in the “private sector” maintain all of their ties and their allegiances to the intelligence groups they worked for.

This is yet another Jewish-Spook collaborative hoax like every other story of “Russian hackers” has been for the last 4 years.

Using literal “just trust us” for a news story would be completely unheard of in previous times, but with this “hacking” bullshit they know that the majority of people don’t have any idea what any of it means, so they can just say whatever they want and people will just assume that evidence exists.

That is why “Russian hacking” is considered by the media, the government and the Democrat Party to be the perfect hoax, as it is so easy to tell most people that there is a “technological platform” with “sensors” that proved it all as fact.