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Vault7 and the dissolution of the 'Deep State'

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KNIGHTSBRIDGE/LANGLEY/EVERYWHERE (Rixstep) — One can almost see Julian Assange's grin as he sits at his computer and witnesses what his latest bombshell has done to the world. How long has he known all this?

Julian Assange promised 2017 would be a big WikiLeaks year, but what a start. Suddenly so many pieces are falling into place: Michael Hastings, the CrowdStrike report, the Russia scare, the spying on the White House - everything. And there's more to come.

Calls are already being seen on Twitter for a full judicial investigation into Obama's secret war on the truth, and his secret spying agenda.

There are a few people who still don't get it when it comes to WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, who have no agenda, save getting the truth out. As opposed to, for example, Sweden's infamous Bonnier media who state openly they're agenda-driven, and pro-Clinton media in the US and abroad who literally badger anyone who comes with facts that threaten their narrative.

The encryption key for this latest WikiLeaks bombshell was:


And, as with everything Assange does, it's well thought-out and full of meaning.

It turns out that's a quote from JFK, who also understood that the CIA had become a diseased organisation.

But then JFK visited Dallas...

Not at all strange, that hours after the release, both Swedish media, CNN, and MSNBC were totally silent...

The uproar is deafening.

Some are wondering if they've now seen the end of the 'crazy shit'. But they haven't. We'll all know when we've seen the end it, and we won't have to wonder any longer.

But until then, we can cherish these moments of optimism that a new WikiLeaks bombshell can give us.

The largest ever publication of confidential documents on the agency.
 - WikiLeaks

See Also
WikiLeaks: Vault7, Part One

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