In a recent DarkStream via Periscope done by Vox Day, he claimed that there are three types of stupid in this world. Stupid, military stupid, and war with Russia stupid. You never go to war with Russia. If Napoleon and Hitler couldn’t conquer them, neither can you. Let’s see what kind of stupid the Germans are participating in.
After a multi-month, politically charged investigation, German intelligence agencies could find no good evidence of Moscow-directed cyber-attacks or a disinformation campaign aimed at subverting the democratic process in Germany. Undaunted, Chancellor Angela Merkel has commissioned a new investigation.
Because this is what SJWs do. When they don’t get the result that they want, they fire up a new investigation.
What? Rape culture isn’t a thing? It doesn’t take place on college campuses? The results we have are concerning. It must mean that women aren’t speaking up about our fictional narrative of rape culture. Let’s do ANOTHER study.
Last year, Berlin’s two main intelligence agencies, the BND and BfV (counterparts of the CIA and FBI) launched a joint investigation to substantiate allegations that Russia was meddling in German political affairs and attempting to shape the outcome of Germany’s elections next September.
Because Merkel can’t possibly lose an election because the people don’t like military aged Islamic economic migrants running trucks into their Christmas markets.
Like the vast majority of Americans malnourished on “mainstream media,” most Germans have been led to believe that, by hacking and “propaganda,” the Kremlin interfered in the recent U.S. election and helped Donald Trump become president.
And when you ask officials for evidence, they can’t give you an answer. So and so said this. So and so said that. Not one of them can back it up. It’s simply, “well, it looks like this is possible. And we’re so butthurt over losing the election and clearly we have the moral high ground, so why WOULDN’T people vote for us?”
German intelligence agencies rarely bite the hand that feeds them and realize that the most bountiful part of the trough is at the CIA station in Berlin with ultimate guidance coming from CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. But this time, in an unusual departure from past practice, analysts at the BND and BfV decided to act like responsible adults.
Whereas former CIA Director John Brennan prevailed on his analysts to resort to anemic, evidence-light reasoning “assessing” that Russia tried to tip the U.S. election to Donald Trump, Berlin’s intelligence agencies found the evidence lacking and have now completed their investigation.
“Assessing.” What a great word. It ultimately means who have zero evidence that we can give to back up claims that the Russians are the current boogie man for Big Brother to throw around as an enemy of the state. Those evil Russians… trying to rebuild their country after nearly a century of communism destroying their infrastructure. It’s not like they would have better things to do… like keeping NATO the hell away from Ukraine and Georgia.
Better still, the conclusions have been reported in a mainstream German newspaper, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, apparently because a patriotic insider thought the German people should also know.
Spread the love patriotic German. The Germans need to regain some pride.
If BND President Bruno Kahl thought that his own analysts could be depended upon to follow their American counterparts lemming-like and find evidence – Curveball-style – to support the U.S. allegations, he now has had a rude awakening.
When the joint investigation was under way with his analysts doing their best to come up with reliable evidence of Russian perfidy, Kahl had behaved like his BND predecessors, parroting the charges made by his CIA counterpart, that the Russians were fomenting uncertainty and instability in Germany and elsewhere in Europe.
Um… I think a mega crap ton of economic migrants from the Middle East and northern Africa caused that uncertainty and instability. But the Germans seems to think that pointing this obvious fact out is racist.
In a rare interview with the mainstream newspaper, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, on Nov. 28, 2016, Kahl went out on what he probably thought was a safe limb, denouncing subversive “interference” by the Russians (“as they did in the U.S.”). He was just a few months into his job and may have been naïve enough to consider what John Brennan said as gospel truth. (If he really is that gullible, Kahl is in the wrong profession.)
In the interview, Kahl played the puppet-doll Charlie McCarthy with Brennan in the role of Charlie’s ventriloquist Edgar Bergen. Kahl told the Sueddeutsche that he agreed with the U.S. intelligence “assessment” that the Kremlin was behind the cyber attacks aimed at influencing the U.S. election.
I guess employment was more important than the truth.
He added: “We know that cyber attacks are taking place and that they have no purpose other than to produce political instability. … Not only that. The perpetrators are interested in delegitimizing the democratic process itself. … I have the impression that the outcome of the American election has evoked no sadness in Russia so far. …
The Russians have a preference for a U.S. presidential candidate who doesn’t want to go to war with them. Clearly this is a sign that Russia is evil.
“Europe is [now] the focus of these disruption experiments, and Germany especially… The pressure on the public discourse and on democracy is unacceptable.” Sound familiar?
Yes… it sounds way too familiar.
Still, one might excuse the novice BND president for assuming his analysts would remember which side their bread is buttered on and follow past precedent in coming up with conclusions known to be desired by their masters in Berlin and the CIA.
So it must have come as an unwelcome surprise to Kahl when he found out that, this time, BND analysts would stand on principle and refuse to be as malleable as their Washington counterparts. His analysts could find no proof that the Kremlin was working hard to undermine the democratic process in Germany, and said so.
Imagine my shock.