WikiLeaks Just Published Every Document in Its Possession
In a “two middle fingers” act of defiance against the world’s elites, WikiLeaks has published every document from its former server in a public Dropbox file for everyone to see. It’s a lot of files.
If you’ve ever wanted to see Wesley Snipes’ bail bonds paperwork, or the information that European Union doesn’t want you to know about swine flu, it’s available now for your perusal. Meanwhile, the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, remains jailed in London.
Assange is Australian by birth but spent the last seven years holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, hiding from the authorities in plain sight. He was dragged out of the embassy by police last April and now the US government wants to extradite him here to face charges.
Assange is accused of conspiring to hack government computers and violating some espionage law that nobody ever heard of. Those are his “official” charges. But everyone knows Julian Assange’s real crime: He embarrassed a lot of powerful people in the Washington ruling party – especially Hillary Clinton.
Former Secretary of State Clinton famously asked in an official meeting if the US could “drone” Assange inside the Ecuadoran Embassy. Just to understand the gravity of that, the Ecuadoran Embassy is in the middle of London, a city of 10 million people – and America is an ally of London and on friendly terms with Ecuador.
Hillary Clinton wanted to drop a bomb in an act of war against two countries that are friends of America’s, just to murder Julian Assange. That’s how much the elites hate the guy.
For those who don’t know, the National Security Agency (NSA) attempted to completely destroy the original WikiLeaks server, rather than allow it to exist and be examined in a criminal investigation. After the NSA hijacked the server, it proceeded to bleach all the files from the internet and the server itself. That information on Wesley Snipes’ bail bonds was just too dangerous for the public to see.
Unfortunately for the NSA, data files are really hard to destroy completely, especially for an operation like WikiLeaks. Data is incredibly mobile these days. Almost everyone is using some sort of data storage and transfer device every single day – from smartphones to thumb drives to you name it. WikiLeaks had the files somewhere – and now they’re all back online.
WikiLeaks republished everything from its original server, including documents that had never made their way online before. Every file that WikiLeaks obtained from its inception until 2016 is now on Dropbox.
The files have been copied and backed up on torrenting (piracy) sites and are now in the possession of hundreds – if not thousands – of individuals around the world. The government will never be able to suppress the information again, no matter how much it wants to and no matter what totalitarian measures it takes to crack down.
And boy, are there some doozies within these files! I joke about the Wesley Snipes files simply because they’re so trivial, but there is damning information contained in the 43,477 secret documents. One hilarious file that’s already making the rounds online is a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel from her investment firm.
The firm Julius Baer, Zurich & Guernsey, which is located on the Channel Islands between Britain and France, sent Merkel a letter in 2007 advising her to immediately close her offshore accounts.
The letter states, “It is not our policy to hide funds in offshore accounts which obviously are used to execute payments to German politicians. The last few payments in the amount of USD $1,200,000 were even paid to a numbered account with Credit Suisse.”
The letter continues by stating that the payments obviously have no legal basis or reasoning to back up their existence (how could the German Chancellor be receiving $1.2 million per month without it being illegal?). Since these were “suspicious transactions,” the firm warned Angela Merkel that they would have to report them to the authorities, so she should put some boogie in her two-step on closing the accounts, hint, hint.
WikiLeaks insiders also note that Julius Baer, Zurich & Guernsey is heavily involved with the Democrat National Committee. The question everyone should be wondering now is if Julian Assange is extradited to the US, will the government place him in Jeffrey Epstein’s old cell?