In June, Open Society Foundations, the group owned and operated by the unscrupulous George Soros, reported a data breach by hackers to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. For over a month, the foundation nervously waited to see what had been taken. And, on Saturday, the site DC Leaks released the hacked information containing more than 2,500 files from the raft of organizations run by this shady billionaire.
All the data was posted online by the group claiming responsibility for the hack, DC Leaks. Saturday’s data dump includes hundreds of internal documents from multiple departments of Soros’ groups, predominantly the Open Society Foundations.
DC Leaks claims to be the work of American activists who want to present the truth about the “US decision-making process as well as about the key elements of American political life.” The group’s website claims to be “launched by the American hacktivists who respect and appreciate freedom of speech, human rights and government of the people.”
US security experts, however, are blaming the leak on Russian hackers, according to Bloomberg, in a similar reaction seen in the wake of the DNC leaks.
Security experts now say that site, DCLeaks.com, with its spiffy capitol-dome logo, shows the marks of the same Russian intelligence outfit that targeted the Democratic political organizations, reads the report.
This move by the US to blame the Russians is a predictable one as the previous leak posted by the group exposed private emails of the US general formerly in charge of NATO and his deliberate attempt to provoke conflict with Russia.
Soros’ Open Society Foundations provides funding to the International Consortium for Investigative Journalists, which came under the spotlight earlier this year after the release of the Panama Papers, which included millions of records from law firm Mossack Fonseca showing how the wealthy are using tax havens, according to a report by RT.
The Panama Papers leak came under criticism from WikiLeaks, who claimed the US government and Soros funded the project to attack Russia and President Vladimir Putin.
While the US aids Soros in deflecting attention away from him and toward Russia, the Free Thought Project, and others have taken to reading the documents.
The site is not searchable, so it is difficult to look for key terms. However, some gems are already beginning to surface. For example, a group has shared a Full list of Soros NGOs manipulating elections in all EU member states.
Another file shows Soros’ plans to counter Russian policy and traditional values. In the proposal, we can see a $500,000 budget request for an Open Society program designed to counter Russian influence among European democracies.
As the files are searched, there will undoubtedly be even more unscrupulous details to unfold as Soros is anything but ethical. As the Free Thought Project previously reported last week, a WikiLeaks email showed his direct control over Hillary Clinton.
Found within the WikiLeaks’ Hillary Clinton email archive is an email with the subject ‘Unrest in Albania,’ in which Soros makes clear to Clinton that “two things need to be done urgently.” He then directs the Secretary of State to “bring the full weight of the international community to bear on Prime Minister Berisha” and “appoint a senior European official as mediator.” Revealing the influence he wields within the corridors of power, Soros then provides Secretary of State Clinton with three names from which to choose. Unsurprisingly, Clinton acquiesced and chose one of the officials recommended by Soros — Miroslav Lajcak.
Spearheaded by WikiLeaks a decade ago, the means of ‘ruler’ accountability is now forever changed. No longer does the public have to sit back and be spoon fed the lies and half truths from their televisions.
In today’s computer age, the oligarchs are finding it hard to maintain their innocence thanks to the heroic actions of hackers. Bit by logical bit their masks are being pulled back and their criminal influence is exposed.
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