Thursday, October 13, 2016

Wikileaks plan for Hillary

This is so specific that we should know soon enough if it is authentic.

Good show, Mr. Assange!  Very well done, sir!

Wikileaks goodness

40 comments:

Christian Gustafson said...

SPX needs to close at 2164 tomorrow to stay on track.

Christian Gustafson said...

And now this ...

Dave Narby said...

If that's true... Wow. Just wow.

Where did it come from?!

Christian Gustafson said...

It looks like 4chan content?

It's specific enough that it will prove out soon enough.

And if it is right about what is coming, Good God.

Speculative market riskloves should keep a careful eye on where crashy trendlines could leave us in November. This could devastate equities.

Hugh Jazole said...

Hmm...

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-syria-options-exclusiv-idUSKCN12D2B2

Hugh Jazole said...

Yep. it's real.

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/cia-prepping-possible-cyber-strike-against-russia-n666636



Taco Bell said...

Many of us really cannot watch CNN ABC, NBC, CBS
and cannot read LA Times. NY Times. Washington Post and Boston Glob anymore.

Christian Gustafson said...

Has Syria attacked us? Has Congress passed a declaration?

The Bolsheviks these days are all in Washington, D.C.

If the Wikileaks pledges are true, and they have the goods on Hillary, we will enjoy liberal tears for many, many years.

john said...

Yes, we shall know soon enough, they can't war that soon. It'll take a year after hrc wins for the syria bog down.

Hugh Jazole said...

Why are we in Syria? @ Taco Bell, I don't trust ANY news! Even the more popular internet "independent" news. Saying truly damning things about those in power, in a public forum tends to make people disappear. Years ago there was a conspiracy guy named William Cooper. I didn't buy into most of his beliefs, but he did in fact say truthful and very damning things about the government. He also predicted the Osama Bin Laden situation, by claiming that he was being featured in the mass media so much, because an attack would happen and be blamed on him. He wound up being shot by his local police. The thing I find most worrisome about those in power now, is their willingness to throw the majority under the bus. They seem to be doing so without fear.

Hugh Jazole said...

Lust for moar war.

http://fintrend.com/2016/10/12/lust-for-war/

sooner said...

Thanks for posting those, I hadn't seen them.
My fear is Hillary could be dead, and half the stupid country would still vote for her.
Guess we'll see, i hope the reaction those emails predict is correct.
So, I'm guessing if it becomes clear The Donald is going to win, it will be time to go short?

Hugh Jazole said...

Carl Gershman says we need to "contain" Putin!

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/remembering-a-journalist-who-was-killed-for-standing-up-to-putin/2016/10/06/d3a9e176-8bf7-11e6-bff0-d53f592f176e_story.html?postshare=3561476590368744&tid=ss_tw&utm_term=.d91b0abe6825

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Christian Gustafson said...

David Axelrod is floating a fresh trial-balloon this morning.

Hillary must not be doing very well. If she flakes out on stage Wednesday, her candidacy is terminated instantly.

They are scared to death now. They are facing existential risks and pressures they cannot control.

Christian Gustafson said...

I found a $5 bill on my morning walk out in the Seattle rain this morning.

Last week I found a crisp $50.

Earlier this year I found $40 on 85th Street, and then a $20 further down, all on morning walks.

Hugh Jazole said...

This is certainly the most bizarre political situation I've seen, and I'm pushing middle aged. This level of instability could result in some sort of coup, with neither Trump nor Hillary at the helm. I see it all over the internet, people are fed up, both left and right. Extremists of every stripe are growing in number, environmental nuts, people who want to abolish the police/prisons.

Hugh Jazole said...

Leftovers from the previous nights drug dealing/hooking?

Christian Gustafson said...

Probably the $50 I found last week -- on Aurora Avenue, a center of streetwalking prostitution and drug-sales.

But this $5 was in Whittier Heights, which has most excellent demographics. The only crime in this area comes from outside.

The big storm warning for Seattle wasn't that big a deal here in the city. It's been raining off and on today, with me + family desperately trying to beat "Pandemic". We have yet to pull it off.

Ken Barrows said...

Hugh Jazole,

What do you mean by "environmental nuts?"

Bicycle said...

There is currently an excellent Zhitomirsky exhibit in the basement of the Art Institute of the Chicago. Recommended for all interested in the politics/propaganda of today...

Hugh Jazole said...

I mean people who believe we should go back to living in a pre-industrial world. I've read everything Kaczynski has penned to paper, and you would not believe how many people would like to see his vision come true. I'm fascinated by ole Ted, but he's a nutter! I'm most interested in his take, on the psychology of modern leftists. Personally I wouldn't mind winding the clock back a bit, say to maybe 1985? Especially if we can keep a few of our most choice advancements. What I find most interesting, is that those who are constantly preaching conservation, are almost always the same ones who want 100's of thousands of new immigrants every year. Something doesn't add up there.

Ken Barrows said...

HJ, I agree that industrial world give me comforts that I enjoy, but maybe the pre-industrial world becomes the post-industrial one.

How about keep antibiotics and pain free dentistry and get rid of most of the cars?

Hugh Jazole said...

"get rid of most of the cars" I remember when most families got by with one car. My wife and I share a car, and it's really not bad at all, we supplement with public transportation. If we could get people on board with that, we could reduce the amount of cars dramatically. I agree with the Kaczynki's of the world, when they say we're headed for collapse one way or the other. It's either environmental or technological. I disagree that we have to throw the baby out with the bath water, and start living like Native Americans to avoid collapse. To be honest I'm becoming more of a fatalist/nihilist as I get older. I just think it's going to take a real catastrophe to wake people up. I mean, if people didn't change after 9/11 and the last economic meltdown, what's it going to take?

Hugh Jazole said...

Speaking of cars and 1985. Remember the Volvo 240? The perfect car IMO. Make America the 80's Again.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volvo_200_Series


Christian Gustafson said...

I managed 32 mpg driving to Chicago with the inline-six on my 1990 E30.

Top-down the whole way.

Hugh Jazole said...

Nice! The six series coupe's from that era are downright sexy. The new BMW's just don't appeal to me as much. I owned a 1985 Audi 4000 from around 1992-98, man I miss that car. That thing was built like a tank.

Bicycle said...

Ecuador embassy internet cut by a state actor so Julian is offline. RT's bank accounts frozen. CNN claiming searching wiki leaks is illegal.

Wiki leaks will get booted off Twitter next, then ZH will go dark.

All getting very real, very quickly.

Christian Gustafson said...

The response so far supports the claims posted here.

Assange has numerous deadman's switches out there for his salvos. Once they are tripped this thing melts down.

When do the wet teams dispose of Assange?

Permabear Doomster said...

... another day closer.
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Not just the US election... but everything.
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CG. I found $13... but then gave it to the previous customer at the ATM.

I guess maybe she was not a fan of the new $5 plastic money they are starting to issue here.

Christian Gustafson said...

You have dollars now, Doomie?

I thought you people exchanged Pounds and haggis in your Nationaloeconomie.

Christian Gustafson said...

/ES futures this morning have us recapturing the lowee bound of the wedge drawn from 1810 through the 1991 low.

Bicycle said...

LIBOR since 1986

Bicycle said...

US Dollar historical

Bicycle said...

Inflation-adjusted 45-year NASDAQ

Permabear Doomster said...

Ohh, yes... I meant £ of course.

Perhaps my subconscious wish that the UK used the USD.
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Hugh Jazole said...

I have never seen Twitter slammed like this.

Bicycle said...

It's NSA guys. They will overwhelm the network effect to keep Assange from spreading intel.

Things will go totally dark if they get too close to the top. No doubt about that. And if you think they can't (or won't) do it, you're dead wrong.

Bicycle said...

https://www.nanog.org/meetings/abstract?id=2985

Hugh Jazole said...

I agree Bicycle, this is MASSIVE and global. The internet will be "fixed" at some point, so that us malcontents only have blogs like CG's here to impotently rage.