The Russian cyberattack on the world that wasn’t (again)

Summary: Here Constantin Gurdgiev tells the story of Mirai, the bot that terrorized the world. Confident reports by experts blamed Russia. As usual these days, that was fake news. Here's the rest of the story. "Remember the Russian Attack on the Internet?" By Constantin Gurdgiev at True Economics, 16 December 2017. In 2016, a bot, named Mirai, … Continue reading The Russian cyberattack on the world that wasn’t (again)

Secrets untold about the DNC hack, the core of RussiaGate

Russia hacking the US election

Summary: The alleged hack of the Democratic Party National Committee (DNC) is one of the core stories in the RussiaGate narrative. Now analysis of the publicly available evidence shows some fatal inconsistencies in it. “To be conscious that you are ignorant is a great step to knowledge.” — From Benjamin Disraeli’s novel Sybil, or The Two Nations (1845). … Continue reading Secrets untold about the DNC hack, the core of RussiaGate

A review of Russiagate, its propaganda and hysteria

RussiaGate

Summary: Cold War II steadily gains momentum, despite having almost no basis in reality. Here we review a few of the many articles debunking this propaganda campaign. Let's hope Americans begin to pay attention. A people so disconnected from reality, so credulous, cannot hope to remain a Republic. "There’s really no question about Trump/Putin collusion, … Continue reading A review of Russiagate, its propaganda and hysteria

The WaPo strikes another blow for the Deep State against Russia

Logo of the Deep State

Summary: Democrats are excited about Friday's bombshell WaPo story about Russia's interference in the 2016. Too excited to question its oddities, or see how it shows that Trump (although a clown as President) is right about leaks. Perhaps eventually we will learn what is happening -- and why. WaPo: "Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia … Continue reading The WaPo strikes another blow for the Deep State against Russia

The verdict on the stories of Russian hacking in the 2016 election

Cyber Putin

By now we have enough information to draw conclusions about the claims of Russian hacking in the 2016 election: it looks quite bogus. Just like the many similar bouts of hysterical exaggeration in America during the past few decades. Drawing big conclusions is appropriate for this, post number 4,000 on the FM website. Before Russia's … Continue reading The verdict on the stories of Russian hacking in the 2016 election