Vault 7, Fake News, Cold War 2.0: Are the Pieces Forming the Puzzle?
It may be the pieces of the puzzle are falling into place – or it may simply be a long stretch – whatever the case though, it begs the citizen to start asking the tough questions about freedom of speech, privacy laws, and overall democratic rights.
Three months later, Julian Assange also commented on the ‘fake news’ propaganda, but praised its existence, hinting that true journalism will now rise to the top; and if reports are authenticated then there is nothing to worry about.
“WikiLeaks is very happy that there is a narrative about fake news out there because we have a perfect record of having never got it wrong in terms of authentications,” Assange told Australian comedian Chas Licciardello in a video link to Sydney in February.
Assange took it one step further, calling out the “opportunistic snipers” of the press who publish “weaponised text.”
Discussing WikiLeaks’ role, Assange defended his organization. “You’re not reading pre-weaponised knowledge. When you read a newspaper article, you are reading weaponised text that is designed to affect a person just like you.”
Vault 7, arguably, is another piece in the puzzle. Leaving ‘fingerprints’ behind to frame
Russia another country of possible election interference misdoings – provides the necessary ammunition a government corporation requires in order to systematically perpetuate propaganda; eventually leading to international tensions.
The well-oiled machine is slowing down in this techno era – the puzzle pieces are aligning – and for once, the people are a step ahead of a government that’ll do everything it can to shut it down.
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