“I have no problem blaming Russia for what they do, which is a lot,” said Jeffrey Carr of the international cybersecurity company Taia Global Inc. “I just don’t want to blame them for things we don’t know that they did. It may turn out that they’re guilty, but we are very short on evidence here.”
He really sounds like he is about to go over the edge, but then he always sounds that way.
The retards mistook my essay for Dugin’s!
In response to this increased confidence in the Assad forces, the US hinted that if Assad and his allies will try to resolve the matter by military means, the United States will act to partition Syria in the interests of the groups that it supports. This applies both to the part of the “green” groups that have external channels of supply, and the Syrian Kurds, on which the US has obviously bet. Hence the message to Russia that the United States should put pressure on Assad and force him to abandon his ambitious plans and in General to force him to leave if the United States can not.
There are also signs that the hackers have penetrated the personal email of some Clinton campaign staffers — at least those who were in communication with senior DNC staff members.