Wikileaks is a Front for Russian Intelligence

I’ve wondered for years if Wikileaks wasn’t some sort of cats-paw for Moscow or Beijing. Here John Schindler makes a strong case that, at least by the time of the Snowden affiar, Wikileaks and its accused-rapist founder were fronts for the Russian FSB.

The XX Committee

The part played by Wikileaks in the Edward Snowden saga is an important one. The pivotal role of Julian Assange and other leading members of Wikileaks in getting Snowden from Hawaii to Moscow, from NSA employment to FSB protection, in the late spring of 2013 is a matter of record.

For years there have been questions about just what Wikileaks actually is. I know because I’ve been among those asking. Over two years ago, little more than two weeks after Snowden landed in Moscow, I explained my concerns about Wikileaks based on my background in counterintelligence. Specifically, the role of the Russian anti-Semite weirdo Israel Shamir, a close friend of Assange, in the Wikileaks circle merited attention, and to anyone trained in the right clues, the Assange group gave the impression of having a relationship with Russian intelligence. As I summed up my position in July 2013, based on what…

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2 Responses to Wikileaks is a Front for Russian Intelligence

  1. Johnson says:

    Load of bricks

  2. zonkedout1 says:

    So, essentially, it’s better to give up freedom for security?

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