- WASHINTON, DC -- "On
April 5, an entity called 'WikiLeaks' published what it claimed was 'an
authentic, secret U.S. Army video showing the murder of civilians in Iraq
by Apache helicopter gunships.' Julian Assange, who runs the website, claimed
he got the fuzzy and indistinct videotape showing, as he says, "the
indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people" from an unnamed "confidential
but important source."
- This tape is alleged to have been made in Iraq
in July of 2007 but the U.S. military authorities can find no copy of it
in their files. This is not surprising because the tapes did not come from
any source in the United States military but from a source with strong
ties to Wikileaks, the PRC.
- The tapes, made in 2009 under the orders of
China's State Administration of Radio, Film and Television , were
offered to a number of reputable news agencies by Chinese agents but none
of them had any interest in what are obvious fakes.
- The Chinese are currently, [and have been for
some time,] engaged in a silent and pervasive war with the United States,
whom it sees as a rival to be either exterminated or supplanted by itself,
and has been conducing sporadic and clandestine warfare against this country
- China once bought up enormous amounts of American
Treasury bills in the hope that this would give them some control over
our economy. When Obama decided to hike up the interest rate on the future
sale of these instruments, the Chinese screamed with rage because this
action would essentially reduce the value of their holdings. Their fury
went unaddressed by the President who needed more income to fund his new
projects and the Chinese then retaliated by making up what amounted to
billions of dollars of counterfeit American treasury gold bars.
- These were made in tungsten,
very close to gold in weight, and then gold plated and quickly dumped onto
the world market. When a Swiss bank discovered the bars were worthless,
the Chinese then claimed the Americans were "cutting holes in good
gold bars and stuffing tungsten into them," something that is nonsensical
and inherently impossible.
- The Chinese fakes had all the proper official markings
on them but they did not know the numbering sequences the Treasury issued,
and made gross and easily proven errors in their attempts to replicate
- Along with dangerously contaminated food products,
gleefully shipped to American markets, the Chinese also sold tons of construction
wallboard to this country, wallboard filled with seriously contaminated
industrial waste. They also have been flooding this country with tens of
thousands of counterfeit American gold and silver coins that appear to
be authentic but in fact weigh far less than originals. A U.S., overlooked
by WikiLeaks, indicates that all the American fakes are manufactured in
the PRC by a government-sponsored firm located at:
- 2-27B,No.261-265 Jiahe RD,Xiamen,Fujian 361009 P.R.China
- The clever Chinese have also sold a whole container
of very dangerous radioactive waste to Iran and only the fortunate hijacking
of the Iranian cargo ship with its deadly load by Somali pirates prevented
the Iranian religious fanatics from disseminating the radioactive material
into the eastern end of the Mediterranean with a clear eye to causing horrific
casualties in Israel.
- Now, to return to the fake atrocity tapes: The fuzzy
and clumsy Chinese propaganda tape shows gleeful Americans shooting innocent
civilians and laughing as they machinegun innocent people.
- WikiLeaks, a product
of the Wiki people, a group with a deep and abiding relationship with a
certain American intelligence agency, is stated to be a nonprofit public
awareness group that was first posted in 2006. It was touted at the time
as being a bold defender of truth in everything and developed close connections
with several American groups that post similar material:
- WikiLeaks has no official headquarters and previously
has had its information posted on a Swedish server that practices so-called
bulletproof hosting "to protect its sources."
- It claims to have a $600,000 annual budget (!),
raised by 'grateful contributions from individuals, human-rights groups,
and assorted other nongovernmental watchdogs and press organizations,'
none of which are ever credited.
- However, in recent months,
the group has lost a great deal of public support and is now frantically
begging for donations to 'keep it alive in its quest for the truth."
In their case, this group has never produced any documentary revelations
that could even remotely be called 'secret' and its founders were Chinese
nationals resident in the United States, most notably in Seattle, Washington."