Washington Post Explains Their Swing To Fascism

For decades, the Washington Post claimed they supported transparency. Until it started working against their political causes, and they were forced into full Orwellian propaganda mode.


The result of Wikileaks’s new transparency? Less transparency. – The Washington Post

In the Soviet Union, all bad news about the corrupt regime was blamed on US intelligence meddling. Roles have reversed under our first communist president.


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13 Responses to Washington Post Explains Their Swing To Fascism

  1. it has been quite noticeable in the last few years that those journalists who have been most outspoken about their own right to free speech are amongst the first to try to repress anyone else who says anything they disagree with. And it is also very noticeable that those who say least about “freedom of speech” are the most tolerant when it comes to accepting people expressing in public viewpoints that they disagree with.

  2. Douglas Hoyt says:

    If HRC becomes President, I think she and all her staff will have private email servers. There will be no transparency whatsoever.

    The policies and executive orders will be the ones that the highest bidder wants. She won’t want anyone to know that.

    • Frank K. says:

      “If HRC becomes President, I think she and all her staff will have private email servers. There will be no transparency whatsoever.”

      Not only that. If any corruption ever surfaces, they can just ignore subpoenas and other legal action by Congress, just like the current administration is doing.

      By the way, if you happen to have any subscriptions to these liberal “news”papers, just cancel them. And don’t visit their websites either…

    • Ernest Bush says:

      Actually, there will probably be plenty of transparency courtesy of Russia. Only it will be of the variety “the emperor has no clothes.”

  3. LOL in Oregon says:

    Deleting 30,000 public records?
    “No problem” says the DC Post
    …”but Wikileads letting you know? Baaaaad Russia, Baaaaad!

    Oh, if you need $, contact the Clinton Campaign about stomping on people!

    • Gail Combs says:

      WORSE, It is not Russia!


      As I’ve said a couple of times:

      ANYONE who says they KNOW the hacking was done BY Russia is lying.

      The best, the VERY best, that they could know was that it came from Russia as the last link.

      BUT, Russia has lots of open servers where you can deposit ‘goods’ and some redirection sites that are known to global hacking groups. You also know that anyone with subpoena power can get log files and tracking info from any server in their jurisdiction (or where they have friends). This means you MUST ‘wash’ your link through a site not under their jurisdiction. Functionally, that means China or Russia for most things.

      This is widely known.

      Equally widely known is how to hide your own end of the link. I’ve described it a few times too.

      Make a disposable sock puppet… [Description with links follows]

      Now at that point, it’s pretty clear nobody is going to know who you are and where you are really located. By the time they get to Romania and find little in the way of trail but a public WiFi, well, it’s just not going to get back to you. However…

      For really serious things, you then, from that VPN, route through a proxy in a non-jurisdiction country… (VERY helpful to have contacts in the hacker community to point you at the clean ones… or a friendly FSB agent who thinks your cause is good for Mother Russia…) That is why the UEA files ended up ‘served’ from a Russian file sharing site. No subpoena going to get the info on where it came from. (Though in my proposed config above, it would just end up at a VPN that claims to keep no logs and even if THAT were penetrated – say by the telco logging traffic for the government – it just gets back to a WiFi in a shopping center… and even THAT might just be to a sockpuppet router in the parking lot and back out to some other place via a hotspot… so ALL cell traffic must be inspected… but it will be encrypted so ‘good luck with that’…)

      Now realize MY hacking skilz are at least a decade out of date and stale, and I was never a top notch systems cracker anyway. Yeah, I ‘broke into’ some systems (paid and approved by the owner)…..

      The DNC hack seems to be by Seth Rich who was murdered for no apparent reason with Assange offering a reward for info. on his murder.

      Hillary’s emails were hacked by the Chinese because her lawyers used Chinese laptops with a KNOWN backdoor. Use Of Banned Laptop May Have Exposed Clinton Emails To Chinese Hackers

      And to muddy the waters NSA whistleblower says DNC hack was not done by Russia, but by U.S. intelligence

      …Binney surmised that the hack of the DNC could have been coordinated by someone inside the U.S. intelligence community angry over Clinton’s compromise of national security data with her email use.

      And the other point is that Hillary, according to an article published by the Observer in March of this year, has a problem with NSA because she compromised Gamma material. Now that is the most sensitive material at NSA. And so there were a number of NSA officials complaining to the press or to the people who wrote the article that she did that. She lifted the material that was in her emails directly out of Gamma reporting. That is a direct compromise of the most sensitive material at the NSA. So she’s got a real problem there. So there are many people who have problems with what she has done in the past. So I don’t necessarily look at the Russians as the only one(s) who got into those emails.

      The Observer defined the GAMMA classification:

      GAMMA compartment, which is an NSA handling caveat that is applied to extraordinarily sensitive information (for instance, decrypted conversations between top foreign leadership, as this was).

      Zerohedge has some background on Binney, who is about as rock solid a security analyst as you could get…

      I would point to Rich Seth who worked for the DNC as the hacker of the DNC emails and a P.O.ed NSA employee(s) for the rest as an educated guess.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Accusing Russia is really a very very bad move.

        Because the ‘Russia is our enemy’ crap has blown up out of no where thanks to Hillary deflecting the blame for the hacks to Russia and because of Hillary’s moves in the Middle East.

        Of course George Soros wants war with Russia because Putin tossed him and his Open Society agitators out of the country and put a price on his head. Also Russia is nationalist and wants off the petro-dollars and on to a gold standard. This is what got Gadhafi killed. Gadhafi’s Gold-money Plan Would Have Devastated Dollar

        Think about it. Why in Hades are we supporting Saudi Arabia (Sunni) when 9/11 when 15 of the 19 terrorists were citizens of Saudi Arabia and Hillary KNOWS the Saudi Arabia and Quatar who she has taken millions from, fund ISIS. (The Saudis have also taken over all the Mosques in the USA via funding them in exchange for placing Saudi religious leaders in place.)

        Back to Russia:

        Hillary has already said Nuclear war is on the table. (Look it up)

        Don’t forget the mission of NASA was rewritten at the start of Obummer’s reign:

        Flashback: Obama Turns NASA Into Muslim Outreach Program

        In July of 2010, NASA chief Charles Bolden said in an interview with Al-Jazeera,
        “When I became the NASA administrator, (President Obama) charged me with three things. One, he wanted me to help re-inspire children to want to get into science and math; he wanted me to expand our international relationships; and third, and perhaps foremost, he wanted me to find a way to reach out to the Muslim world and engage much more with dominantly Muslim nations to help them feel good about their historic contribution to science, math and engineering.”

        August 5, 2015 NASA to keep paying Russia to send astronauts to space station

        ….NASA is extending its contract with Russia’s space agency to transport U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station for the foreseeable future now that it appears very unlikely Congress will provide the funding it’s requesting to develop a domestic replacement for the mothballed space shuttle, NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden Jr. said Wednesday.
        In a letter to members of Congress who oversee NASA funding, Bolden said the $490 million contract “modification” is due mainly to Congress not providing the agency adequate resources for its Commercial Crew program…

        That would indicate that the USA is unprepared for a war with Russia and China since we are dependent on Russia for getting into space at this time.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Russia BTW thinks Hillary is crazy based on her behavior as Sec of State.

          The Kremlin Really Believes That Hillary Wants to Start a War With Russia

          ….I have been hard-pressed to offer a more comforting explanation for Clinton’s behavior — a task that has fallen to me as the sole Western researcher at the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Moscow State Institute of International Relations…..

          …Her temper became legendary in Moscow when she breached diplomatic protocol by storming out of a meeting with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov just moments after exchanging pleasantries. And the perception that she is unstable was exacerbated by reports that Clinton drank heavily while acting as America’s top diplomat — accusations that carry special weight in a country that faults alcoholism for many of Boris Yeltsin’s failures.

          Cultural differences in decorum have made the situation worse. In Russia, where it is considered a sign of mental illness to so much as smile at a stranger on the street, leaders are expected to project an image of stern calm. Through that prism, Clinton has shown what looks like disturbing behavior on the campaign trail: barking like a dog, bobbing her head, and making exaggerated faces. (To be clear, my point is not that these are real signs of cognitive decay, but that many perceive them that way in Moscow.)….

          Putin ally tells Americans: vote Trump or face nuclear war

          Dr. Jill Stein agrees.
          “It should clear to everyone that a vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote for war.”

          Stein elaborated, telling CSPAN:

          “It is now Hillary Clinton that wants to start an air war with Russia over Syria by calling for a no fly zone. We have 2000 nuclear missiles on hairtrigger alert. They are saying we are closer to a nuclear war than we have ever been. Under Hillary Clinton, we could slide into nuclear war very quickly from her declared policy in Syria… On the issue of war and nuclear weapons, it is actually Hillary’s policies which are much scarier than Donald Trump who does not want to go to war with Russia. He wants to seek modes of working together, which is the route that we need to follow not to go into confrontation and nuclear war with Russia.”


          Since Hillary let out the state secret of exactly how long from notification to action (4 minutes) The Russian and Chinese now have that critical information for developing attack plans.

          Of course Bill Clinton handed to China our nuclear and delivery system secrets while he was president in exchange for campaign funds. link

          Why aren’t these people in jail???

  4. Ross says:

    But I’ll bet the WP were all over it with the Panama papers just like all the other hypocrite MSM journalists.

  5. pyromancer76 says:

    And .. the WashPost is owned by Jeff Bezos. Do we want to continue to order through amazon dot com? He better be careful or the Monster Vote will get him, too. Amazon is finally, finally making a profit. Maybe — Poof!

  6. Dave N says:

    “No one I know writes candid emails anymore..”

    Boo hoo.. So no-one can be corrupt via email any more for fear of being exposed, and Cohen apparently thinks this a *bad* thing?

  7. Ernest Bush says:

    Tony, you are just having too much fun during this election. But, then, the other choice is to stand in a corner and scream in frustration. That’s what works for me, lol.

  8. Damion Duke says:

    Media companies are massive conglomerates that control what is or is not printed! They let the people have access to the information they want them to have access to!

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