Disinfo: Obama, Comey, U.S. 'Intelligence Hawks' See No 'Conspiracy' Between WikiLeaks and Russia

Summary

If you listen to Barack Obama, the head of the U.S. intelligence agency and James Comey, the FBI director, they say quite the opposite: they say that there is no trace of a conspiracy between WikiLeaks and Russia. The same is said by the most hawkish people in the U.S. intelligence community.

Disproof

The interview with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was conducted in English and broadcast with a Russian translation voiced over of the original conversation. The disinformation was delivered in Russian language voice-over. Polygraph.info translated the quote back into English from the Russian interpretation of Assange’s words for the state TV audience. The U.S. top officials Assange claims have denied a Russia-WikiLeaks link either never spoke publicly on the topic or said U.S. intelligence agencies have established a connection. Further debunking: Polygraph.info

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  • Reported in: Issue 86
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 30/10/2017
  • Outlet language(s) Russian
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: US, Russia
  • Keywords: James Comey, Wikileaks, FBI, Intelligence services, Barack Obama
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The United States is considering delivering deadly weapons to Ukraine. They want the conflict to escalate.

According to a special US ambassador to Ukraine, Kurt Volker, the US wants to deliver deadly weapons to Ukraine. This means that the US is interested in escalating the conflict in Ukraine because it allows them to get closer to the Russian-Ukrainian border. America again shows its aggressive policy and the essence of its relationship to the south-east of Ukraine.

Disproof

The US Special Envoy to Ukraine described the conflict in the southeast of Ukraine as "a hot war". According to his observation, the Ukrainian government forces needed help with the challenges to better defend themselves against separatist attacks. "Defensive weapons, those that would allow Ukraine to defend itself, and take out tanks for example, would actually help." He stressed, however, that no such decision has been made. Source: www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-40712385, uk.reuters.com/article/uk-ukraine-volker/u-s-special-envoy-welcomes-putin-idea-on-u-n-peacekeepers-in-ukraine-idUKKCN1BR0N1,

The US Government Pressured Twitter to Ban Sputnik and RT Ads

The network Twitter demonstratively banned the accounts of RT and Sputnik from advertising. The decision can be only be explained by pressure from the [U.S.] government and intelligence services.

Disproof

While the findings of the intelligence community partially influenced Twitter’s decision, no evidence of any pressure from the government has emerged, and Twitter is a private company in an industry that has taken the public stance of resisting government pressures. Twitter’s statement says: "Early this year, the U.S. intelligence community named RT and Sputnik as implementing state-sponsored Russian efforts to interfere with and disrupt the 2016 Presidential election, which is not something we want on Twitter. This decision is restricted to these two entities based our internal investigation of their behavior as well as their inclusion in the January 2017 DNI report." Further debuking: Polygraph.info

Soros attacks the Georgian church and traditional values in Georgia

George Soros large donation to the Open Society Foundation means there will soon be a total attack on Christian Orthodox values in Georgia. The biggest attack will be targeting the Georgian church.

Disproof

Recurring disinformation legacy.euvsdisinfo.eu/the-all-powerful-mr-soros-2/, . The Open Society Foundation promotes democracy and human rights in more than 120 countries.There is no evidence or indication that the NGO would suddenly launch an attack on the Georgian Church. The organization has for example funded treatment centers during the 2014 Ebola outbreak, a center for Roma art and culture, and efforts to protect people in the United States from what it described as “a national wave of hate incidents” after the 2016 election. www.nytimes.com/2017/10/17/business/george-soros-open-society-foundations.html, .