December 22, 2010
You can’t make this stuff up. The CIA has established a Wikileaks Task Force and it’s acronym is WTF, same as the ubiquitous internet slang term.
According to the Washington Post, the task force was officially created to examine the impact of 250,000 Wikileaks released diplomatic files.
“Officially, the panel is called the WikiLeaks Task Force. But at CIA headquarters, it’s mainly known by its all-too-apt acronym: W.T.F.,” writes Greg Miller for the Post. “The irreverence is perhaps understandable for an agency that has been relatively unscathed by WikiLeaks.”
Many have asked if Wikileaks is a CIA front. In 2007, John Young, now publisher of Cryptome, claimed the organization was a CIA front. In July, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen said his sources believe Wikileaks “is linked to U.S. cyber-warfare and computer espionage operations, as well as to Mossad’s own cyber-warfare activities.”
Young stopped having anything to do with Wikileaks after the organization admitted taking money from the Open Society Institute, a George Soros operation.
The CIA has created a large number of front organizations. Here is a list of known and suspected CIA fronts.
“Throughout its entire history, the CIA has set up an elaborate shell game of ‘proprietaries’ (front companies), money-laundering operations and off-the-books projects so complex that no outsider — and few insiders — could ever keep track of them. BCCI was neither the first nor the last of these,” writes Mark Zepezauer.
At the Campaign for Liberty Regional Conference in Atlanta earlier this year, Rep. Ron Paul said the CIA “runs everything.”
Is it crazy to think it might also run Wikileaks? It is only natural to ask such questions.
Ron Paul’s comments on the CIA and Alex Jones’ response: