Friday, January 13, 2017

Gregory Elich — Did the Russians Really Hack the DNC?


Detailed and documented analysis of the US intelligence services' account of alleged Russian hacking ordered by President Putin. Fail.
Gregory Elich | member of the Board of Directors of the Jasenovac Research Institute and the Advisory Board of the Korea Policy Institute

13 comments:

Bob said...

Do we need evidence to say that it was a leak?
It's be easy to assume that someone disgruntled with Hillary did the deed.

Tom Hickey said...

Craig Murray has asserted that he received the docs from a disgruntled Democrat and gave them to Wikileaks. As far as I know, that was never investigated as a possibility. As far as I can tell Murray has high credibility and no horse in this race.

On the surface, this looks to be fixed intel as was the Iraq intel, and under the surface is classified so it's a matter of taking their word for it.

Bob said...

From 11 Dec 2016:
https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2016/12/cias-absence-conviction/

GLH said...

As long as everybody is calling the leak a hank and blaming it on Russia then no one is talking about what was leaked. Also, now a Democratic Congressman is saying that Trump is not a legitimate president. The deep state is at work.

Bob said...

There was lots of talk about what was leaked during the election. There were chants of "lock her up, lock her up". The FBI was looking into the contents of the emails to see if wrongdoing had occurred.

Now that the election is over and the Clintons have not been prosecuted, it's a different story.

Footsoldier said...

Tom,


You know how on New economic perspectives if you click on a bloggers name it allows you to see what the blogger has written all in one place.

Is there anyway the design of this site could be changed to do the same ?

For example if I wanted to read all your historic posts I would click on your name. Or if I wanted to read all of Matt Franko's posts I would click on his name.

Cheers.

Footsoldier said...

Tom,


You know how on New economic perspectives if you click on a bloggers name it allows you to see what the blogger has written all in one place.

Is there anyway the design of this site could be changed to do the same ?

For example if I wanted to read all your historic posts I would click on your name. Or if I wanted to read all of Matt Franko's posts I would click on his name.

Cheers.

Tom Hickey said...

Is there anyway the design of this site could be changed to do the same ?

Not that I can make out.

Maybe someone reading this knows how to do this in Blogger?

Matt Franko said...

Foot if you have a question just ask maybe I can find it easier....

Detroit Dan said...

If you do a Google Search with something like the following, it will give you a list of the Detroit Dan posts at this site, along with my comments:

site:mikenormaneconomics.blogspot.com "Detroit Dan"

Bob said...

You can also use the blogger search box in the upper left corner.

Detroit Dan said...

That's even better. Thanks Bob.

Footsoldier said...

Thanks guys.

Will do Matt.