Cyber-OBAMA contro PUTIN o contro WikiLeaks?

Mentre prepara gli scatoloni per il trasloco dalla Casa Bianca, Obama trova il tempo per far sapere che il prossimo inquilino non può essere Donald Trump alias Vladimir Putin.

Ma se per mettere all'angolo il pazzo miliardario bastano le rivelazioni di decine di donne oggetto delle sue attenzioni morbose, per meritarsi gli onori della Storia Obama dovrebbe sconfiggere il suo vero nemico Putin, cosa che finora non gli è riuscita né in Siria né in Ucraina.

L'ultima trovata è la cyber-war, che la CIA sarebbe pronta a scatenare contro bersagli russi civili e militari ma soprattutto contro la rete di WikiLeaks, colpevole di aver diffuso migliaia di email che rivelano in maniera documentata ed ineccepibile il sistema di potere con cui lo stesso Obama, il suo apparato e la designata alla successione, Hillary Clinton, hanno trasformato e condizionato la vita politica americana degli ultimi otto anni.
La goccia che ha fatto traboccare il vaso sono le sterminate PODESTA EMAILS, che WikiLeaks sta rendendo pubbliche a puntate con rivelazioni sempre più imbarazzanti per l'establishment presidenziale.
Altro che attacco a Putin, l'obbiettivo di Obama è Julian Assange, colpevole di aver diffuso i documenti segreti sul TTIP, TPP, TISA e gli accordi (segreti) di Obama con i banchieri di Wall Street.
President Barack Obama ripped Donald Trump here Friday as a man who’s embraced an attack on the “global elite” only after failing to be accepted as a member of the global elite himself, attacking the Republican nominee for running an anti-American campaign with paper-thin support that’s all about conspiracy theories.
Rallying a skeptical crowd for Hillary Clinton at a small airport, Obama framed the 2016 election as a choice about democracy and moral values that goes way beyond politics — about the country coming together to reject a dangerous, self-centered cynic without “the basic honesty that a president needs” and the party that propelled that man to be its nominee.
U.S. officials are convinced that the Russians are behind the election-centered hacks of sensitive information that could be a ploy to influence our upcoming presidential election. It's quite the accusation, though the Obama administration formally accused Russia of being behind these data breaches last week. Now, the CIA is reportedly cooking up some plan to deliver a cyber strike against our old Cold War adversary.
RT spoke with Jim Jatras for his views on this latest ratcheting up of tensions between the two global nuclear powers.

RT: Would there be any justification for the CIA launching a cyber-attack on Russia in the absence of any good evidence Russia tried to interfere in the US presidential election?

Jim Jatras: This was given, it appears, as an exclusive to NBC; almost like a press-release that the government is giving out as a warning shot or really a threat against the Russians. And even though they are saying that this is connected to the election, there is no real evidence regarding the DNC and other things on WikiLeaks. What the statement says is that it is geared towards interference with the elections itself, with the voting. Anybody who is familiar with our system knows that that is next to impossible; we don’t have a single nation-wide voting system. We have 50 states and thousands of local, state and county systems, most of which are paper, most of which, even the electronic ones, not connected to the Internet. So the idea that Russia or anybody else could hack into those is just absurd. So, I don’t think that is what this is really about.

The Obama administration is contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert action against Russia in retaliation for alleged Russian interference in the American presidential election, U.S. intelligence officials told NBC News.
Current and former officials with direct knowledge of the situation say the CIA has been asked to deliver options to the White House for a wide-ranging "clandestine" cyber operation designed to harass and "embarrass" the Kremlin leadership.
The sources did not elaborate on the exact measures the CIA was considering, but said the agency had already begun opening cyber doors, selecting targets and making other preparations for an operation. Former intelligence officers told NBC News that the agency had gathered reams of documents that could expose unsavory tactics by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Vice President Joe Biden told "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd on Friday that "we're sending a message" to Putin and that "it will be at the time of our choosing, and under the circumstances that will have the greatest impact."
When asked if the American public will know a message was sent, the vice president replied, "Hope not."
So much for the Russian reset under Clinton and Obama, huh?


 Anche Renzi -  che incontra Obama portandosi dietro Benigni - sarà della partita? Per il momento il massimo che può permettersi sono 140 soldati in Lettonia. Per favore evitiamo le battute.


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