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Israel's Leading Role in Cyber-Manipulation of Elections Worldwide

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  • Israel's Leading Role in Cyber-Manipulation of Elections Worldwide

    "Those US and British politicians who are bashing Russia for foreign “election meddling” could use a more honest set of talking points. It is Israel, not Russia, China, or North Korea, that hosts a blossoming industry of cyber-election meddlers who operate from corporate offices in Tel Aviv, Cyprus, London, Washington, and Tortola.

    Most, if not all, of these firms, received their start-up funds from Israeli government-backed business development venture capital funds, some of which are solidly linked to right-wing American financiers like Robert Mercer, Paul Singer, Sheldon Adelson, and Donald Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner.

    The US media, subjected to a constant barrage of pressure from the all-powerful Israel Lobby, has refrained from reporting that when it comes to provable election meddling, including social media campaigns to smear politicians, Israel has become the “go to” place for politicians to seek election victory through guile and deceit.

    Israel “beta-tested” its social media manipulation software tools when, in 2006, it premiered “Give Israel Your United Support” (GIYUS) program and its associated Megaphone desktop computer article and commentary monitoring tool. The Israelis wanted to influence any bad press it received because of its 2006 surprise attack on Lebanon."

    It was during a taped conversation with Billy Graham that Richard Nixon observed that America had a serious problem with jewish spies. In fact, over 80% of spies arrested in the U.S. have been jewish. It has gotten so blatant that jewish espionage, where secrets are passed to Israel, aren't even investigated or prosecuted anymore. And you can be assured, when the Jews claim that someone--or some country--is guilty of a serious crime like election hacking--it is they themselves who are guilty of it.

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