Do you like Nestle chocolate? A lot of us grew up with Nestle and Hershey as the go-to chocolates when we were kids.
This article gives @Nestle and other companies being attacked by Ukraine through Anonymous an opportunity to reclaim lost revenue and seek justice against the people extorting them and damaging their country’s economies.
A few days ago, Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his disdain for the company by saying neutral Switzerland ISN’T a good European country.
“‘Good food. Good life.’ This is the slogan of Nestlé. Your company that refuses to leave Russia,” Zelensky said Saturday during an address to the people of Switzerland. “Even now — when there are threats from Russia to other European countries. Not only to us. When there is even nuclear blackmail from Russia.”
Nestlé (NSRGF), the world’s largest food-and-beverage company and the maker of Gerber, KitKat, and Dreyer’s ice cream, defended itself by pointing out that it has made sweeping changes since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Ukraine’s IT Army picked up on it straight away, one part being the hacking group Anonymous and threatened Nestle among 40 other companies for doing business in Russia.
Nestle is the largest publicly held food company in the world. It is the 6th largest company in Switzerland. This represents a significant attack by the Ukrainian army cyber team on a company critical to the Swiss economy.
What most don’t realize is the same people have day jobs in the cybersecurity field and make up a significant chunk of the US Intel Community. They’re feeding their rancid political politicizing into the President’s Daily Brief (PCB) and directly affecting policy that may lead to WWIII.
Professor Michael Jasinski Assistant Professor Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh taught many of them post-9-11. Jasinski had oversight over researchers that were later hired by U.S. intelligence agencies and provided evaluations of them prior to their employment.
His comments show why a radical cleanup in both intelligence and counter-terrorism is necessary. Their patriotic feelings were real, he said, but they had a distorted view of the intelligence community. Despite Hollywood depictions, which are influenced by CIA “outreach,” the reality is little like what you might see in Mission Impossible or the Bond films, Jasinski explained.
“If you ever had personal contact with the ‘three-letter agencies’ for any period of time, you’d think different,” he said. “My most recent experience with the intelligence community was at MIIS, post-9/11 when the agencies were coming there to hire, and they were hiring big. They hired many of my research assistants … and in the process, they’d ask me, their immediate supervisor, for my opinion. So I’d tell them point-blank: can’t read, can’t write, can’t analyze. I don’t care what their CV says, the only language they can function in at any level is English.”
Yet, they would get hired anyway, Jasinski told me. “Scary political views they wore on their sleeve? No matter, they’d get hired anyway. All of my good assistants went to work for the UN, IAEA, and major NGOs. The dregs went to intelligence,” he said.
Jasinski told me that when he sees the “Russian interference” stories and hears about the intelligence community’s inability to safeguard, or use responsibly, its own cyber-warfare arsenal, he isn’t surprised. “There are no shortcuts in this kind of work,” he said. “If you rapidly expand at the cost of dramatically lowering standards, you (and the country) are going to pay a price. We’re paying it right now.”
Beginning in 2015, the US Intel community companies sought to hire over 3 million new workers within a couple of years. Added into the existing mix that covers the world, that’s 1 Intel hire per every 30 American citizens. They’re paid to watch and influence you.
In the scheme of the information operation today, their job is to render your psyche and remake what it means to be a “good American” under the Biden administration’s scheme.
Love and defend Ukraine. Ignore Ukraine’s attacks on the American economy. Ignore the gas and consumer prices skyrocketing beyond reach. Blame Russia for Biden cutting American production and ruining the American economy. Blame Russia for the war in Ukraine even though Ukrainian sources explicitly say Zelensky is responsible. Ignore the criminality of the Biden administration and re-elect him and Dems in the midterms. Never-Trumpism at its best.
It’s time to defrock Anonymous and the political structure behind them. The American economy can’t handle Biden’s “build back better” as it is without Intel community members adding to the mix and tanking the NYSE and US business on top of it.
Let’s be clear, anyone involved in Ukraine’s IT army or Anonymous is under Ukrainian Army control. The image below is a Ukrainian volunteer who’s also in the IT army which is extorting businesses worldwide and damaging economies these global companies are supporting.
This means a significant portion of the US Intel community is working directly or indirectly for Ukraine and has been since 2014. They betrayed the trust of the American people.
This effort is centered in the US Agency for Global Media. The USAGM sits inside the US State Department. They were given free rein under the Obama-Biden administration to build the Russia-Russia-Russia narrative supporting the 2014 Ukrainian coup and then turn it against President Trump.
The US Intel community companies involved have been feeding fake Intel to the PDB all this time. They are responsible for destroying journalists and media platforms trying to follow the evidence trail from then until now.
The rancid politics Professor Jasinski spoke about is changing the face of America to 40s Eastern European nationalism reflecting the thoughts of 3rd Reich ideologues under the Biden-Harris administration.
Is there a better reason for bringing all Intelligence activity back into the agencies that should be doing the work and there is some form of accountability?
If you, as an American are supporting Ukraine, your position is no different than actively supporting ISIS or Al Qaeda after 9-11. That’s why the law doesn’t look at it any differently than the terrorist with the gun and the Anonymous patch in Ukraine.
People like this are supplying all US Intel on Ukraine today.
Until they were exposed by an earlier article I published at CD Media, Ukraine neglected to tell volunteers and people making donations they joined the Ukrainian army by taking part in any of this mess. Because the orders are coming down from Zelensky’soffice, it makes it official.
Since volunteers are attacking companies and structures in their own countries, it IS a terrorist act. Read the above carefully. The Ukrainian government admits this much. Ultimately, if you saw the guy in the above photo on the street in New York or Boston with the weapon and balaclava, it would be safe to assume, he’s a terrorist. With or without the weapon, Ukraine put over 300,000 people in the same terrorist classification with a hitch. You are working for a foreign army attacking your own country or countries friendly to it. There is no statute of limitations on this.
All things considered, anyone involved in supporting this or supporting Ukraine is a traitor to their own country.
Zelensky could be brought up on Crimes against Humanity charges along with Poroshenko for what his Ukraine has done and is doing against Ukrainians, never mind the republics in Donbass. The mass graves and concentration camps, torture prisons, and stories from survivors are starting to see the light. Ukraine is having Americans and European civilians buy into responsibility for that.
The reason is simple. When it all comes down to the wire, Zelensky’s only card left is to implicate all 300,000+ volunteers and supporters in the hope he can use your complicity as a reason to let him go.
So, how do you unmask Anonymous? That’s the whole point right? They’re Anonymous. Not so much.
Over a year ago while investigating Jeffery Coomer, I uncovered a direct path to do this. You can’t do it by traceroute or another hackery. It has to be done by uncovering solid evidence back to the people involved.
When I was uncovering Coomer’s ties to Antifa, I discovered the original Antifa site with a Seattle, WA IP. The site’s history is interesting because over 20 years, it reverts to German language for profit sites, including a cybersecurity site without changing hands. It began as Antifa and is still Antifa today.
What was interesting if you read the linked background articles is the Pirate Party site dashboard is in German too. By hovering a mouse over the author “Bosun” it becomes apparent.
The biggest referrer to the Antifa site is a man named Ben Utzer who is a Pirate Party leader in Germany. Germany represents all the Pirate Parties worldwide in the European Parliament through the “Greens.”
The German “Greens” also represent Ukraine’s nationalist groups like Right Sector, Azov, Aidar, etc concerns in the European Parliament.
The leader of the Pirate Party in Germany at the time, Sebastian Alscher said it was a joke when responsibility for Antifa burning cities in America was thrown in his lap.
These groups, Anonymous and Antifa supported overthrowing Donald Trump from November 2017 forward. These people are trusted American Intel community members?
According to the Ephemera Journal, Anonymous’s relationship with the Pirate Party started to coalesce in 2012. They worked out their differences and like Antifa, the Pirate Party is their political representation.
Now we have a political relationship acknowledged from all sides so redress is easy. Investigate the Pirate Party leaders in the US and membership rolls. They’re committing criminal and treasonous acts for a foreign country.
Investigate the leaders of the Pirate Party in Germany including Sebastian Alscher and Ben Utzer for working with Ukraine attacking German businesses like the Metro and in the US, the NYSE. Go through Utzer’s social media and find both Antifa and Anonymous leaders.
Investigate Germany’s Foreign Minister Baerbock because her party represents all these groups including the Ukrainian nationalists at the European Parliament.