Mueller’s latest fraudulent indictments exposed!

February 19, 2018 in News by Slad


Given the media hype around Mueller’s indictment of “Russian trolls”, I am sending you this preliminary analysis of what this means.  Despite the hype, this will go nowhere, though it will be used to pound home the original fraudulent message of “Russian meddling.”  The author, Barbara Boyd, previously produced our Special Report, “Robert Mueller Is an Amoral Legal Assassin,” which has been instrumental in exposing Mueller as an Anglo-American Intelligence hitman.
Please circulate this widely — it will be published in this week’s Executive Intelligence Review.
Harley Schlanger


Robert Mueller III Indicts Some Russian Social Media Trolls: Indictment Scams the American People

by Barbara Boyd

Feb. 18 (EIRNS)–In the first two weeks of February, things
looked really bad for the coup being run against the President of
the United States. Congress, in the form of the House
Intelligence Committee, announced that it would be publishing a
series of three memos exposing how the coup was fomented. If the
first memo, published on Feb. 2nd concerning a deliberate fraud
on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court by former FBI
Director James Comey, former Deputy Attorney Sally Yates, and
others, is any guide, criminal investigation of the Obama White
House is on the agenda.
The House Intelligence Committee, backed by members of the
Senate Judiciary Committee, has announced that two upcoming memos
will expose the role of key State Department personnel and
Obama’s intelligence chiefs, respectively, in the coup. The track
being followed by Congressional investigators is centered on the
use of a very dirty dossier about Donald Trump produced by
British intelligence agent Christopher Steele as part of a full
spectrum British/Obama information warfare operation designed to
defeat Trump in the 2016 election. Failing that, the British and
Obama set out to poison Trump’s presidency and impeach him.
Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham had already
referred Steele to the U.S. Department of Justice for criminal
prosecution. Something, clearly, had to be done to turn the
tables or, at least, slow the charge. Something had to be done to
take the focus away from the actual British criminals and their
U.S. co-conspirators and refurbish the increasingly discredited
Russiagate myth. Enter the ever dutiful Robert Mueller III and
his flimsy Feb. 16 indictment of 13 Russians and 3 Russian
companies which allegedly conspired to interfere in the 2016 U.S.
A few things are of note just on the surface of this case.
The indictment, written and formulated like a press release
rather than a legal document, will never have its factual basis
challenged in court. Mueller knows this. The U.S. has no
extradition treaty with Russia, and the Russian Constitution bars
extradition of Russian citizens. According to Deputy Attorney
General Rod Rosenstein, the Russians fooled the Trump campaign by
pretending to be Americans, based on stolen identities. There is
no allegation of “collusion” with the Trump campaign. There is no
claim that this operation affected the vote in the Presidential
election, nor could there be, as the expenditures alleged for
this amateurish hit-or-miss social media operation were
completely dwarfed, by huge orders of magnitude, by the
expenditures made by Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Bernie
Sanders, and associated PACS and organizations.
But, oh those evil Russian “bad actors” who “meddled” in an
American election, as even the President initially tweeted. As we
have repeatedly warned, the strategic context of the coup against
Trump is an all out effort to preserve the Anglo-American order
against what is perceived to be the rising power of China, now
allied with Russia. China has constantly and persistently invited
the United States to join its One Belt, One Road initiative, the
largest infrastructure development project ever undertaken in
world history. Trump’s reasoned approach to both Russia and China
is seen as an existential threat to the continued Anglo-American
partnership which has dominated the world since Franklin
Roosevelt’s death.
Russiagate’s initial narrative, that Russians hacked the DNC
and John Podesta’s email accounts to damage the Clinton campaign
and elect Trump, has been discredited by the work of the Veteran
Intelligence Professionals for Sanity. William Binney, a former
technical director of the NSA, states that if such Russian
hacking occurred, the NSA would have the evidence of it and would
have found a way to produce it. The VIPS also conducted a
scientific experiment demonstrating that the source of the
WikiLeaks DNC emails was a leak, not a hack. Now, the emphasis
has shifted to another claim in the January 2017, evidence-free
“assessment,” of supposed Russian interference by three of
Obama’s intelligence chiefs–this one the claim that the Russians
ran a social media campaign designed to support Bernie Sanders
and Donald Trump, and later to roil the existing divisions in
American society. This social media campaign was run from an
entity called the Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg,
Russia, according to the 2017 Obama intelligence assessment and
Mueller’s indictment.
Mueller claims that from 2014 forward the Internet Research
Agency, financed by two companies owned by Russian oligarch
Yevgeniy Prigozhin, planned and implemented a campaign to
interfere with the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections as part of a
project named “translator.” According to Mueller, the campaign
involved phony Facebook groups, and phony Twitter, Instagram, and
email accounts, all run by Russians from the IRA who had stolen
six U.S. identities to facilitate the operation. They used
Facebook’s paid advertising feature to boost their posts; two IRA
employees visited the U.S. under false pretenses to gather
intelligence; contacts were made with the Trump campaign’s state
offices and field organizations to coordinate social media and
set up rallies in Washington, D.C., New York, Florida, and
Pennsylvania. Allegedly, the IRA sought to suppress the black
vote by bogus social media posts and also claimed that the
election was “rigged” on Clinton’s behalf. After the election,
the IRA engaged in the same social media and rally activities to
support both Trump and the “Resist” movement seeking Trump’s
I will leave it to others to document the obvious U.S.
hypocrisy concerning the premise of Russiagate. The United States
has intervened in elections all over the world, repeatedly, and,
as James Woolsey recently said on Fox News, for the “good of
those nations.” When someone is elected who we don’t like, like
Viktor Yanukovych in Ukraine, we simply launch a coup using such
native assets as neo-Nazi shock troops (Ukraine) or Al-Qaeda and
other Islamic terrorists (Syria). Obama’s White House, in the
form of the National Security Council’s Ben Rhodes, claimed that
it conducted information warfare operations with finesse, setting
up, for example, a media echo-chamber to sell the Iran nuclear
deal based on the fact that most reporters were “27-year-old kids
who knew nothing.”
The indictment’s own overblown allegations should subject it
to ridicule. How do we know that Yevgeniy Prigozhin is the boss
of this operation? According to Mueller, an IRA employee took a
picture of himself in front of the White House on Prigozhin’s
birthday with the sign, “Happy Birthday, Boss.” The amazing
Russian sleuths found out the amazing fact from one their
American social media contacts that they should concentrate on
“purple states.” The indictment contains an email from one of the
allegedly savvy conspirators stating, “We had a slight crisis
here at work: the FBI busted our activity (not a joke). So, I got
preoccupied with covering tracks together with colleagues…. I
created all these pictures and posts, and the Americans believed
that it was written by their people.” Despite the IRA’s allegedly
broad mandate to disrupt American politics, the only U.S.
political campaign they attempted to directly contact and
compromise appears to be the campaign of Donald Trump.

  • Rewarmed British Gruel Behind the Indictment –
    The story of how the IRA came to be an infamous
    “Putin-controlled troll farm” in the narratives of Western
    intelligence is an old and long one. We can say, definitively,
    that it is rewarmed British gruel, a British lie as poisonous as
    Christopher Steele’s dirty dossier.
    At the beginning of 2014, an anti-Russian group of hackers,
    initially called “The Anonymous International,” and later,
    “Shaltay-Boltay” claimed that the building at St. Petersburg,
    Savushkina 55, housed a troll farm run by the Kremlin. Since
    then, this building has been photographed and highlighted
    endlessly by MI6, all of the British press and tabloids, the CIA,
    the FBI, NATO, the BBC, the State Department’s propaganda
    departments and NGOs, CNN and most of the rest of the mainstream
    American media. Infiltration operations have been run and
    publicized by the same people. Actions against the alleged IRA
    have been filed by infiltrators in the Russian courts. Any
    intelligent observer would ask the first obvious question: Why,
    if this building and the alleged company occupying it has been so
    repeatedly targeted by Western intelligence, would Putin be
    stupid enough to run an influence operation from that location
    targeting the 2016 elections? The answer should be obvious; he
    did not.
    The allegation made by “Anonymous International” was
    immediately picked up by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the anti-Putin
    oligarch who collaborates in multiple ways with both British and
    U.S. intelligence. His Institute for Modern Russia is a major
    conduit of U.S. information warfare operations into Russia. The
    “Anonymous International” allegations were also immediately
    leaked to BuzzFeed, the same website used to make the dirty
    British Steele dossier against Donald Trump a very public
    A major escalation of British and U.S. information warfare
    operations against Russia occurred in 2014. According to
    {Politico Magazine}, Hillary Clinton freaked out at that time
    about the inadequacy of Anglo-American operations selling the
    Ukraine coup. The British, Obama and his CIA and State
    Department, and their Kiev regime allies, were equally adamant
    about the necessity to go to war on this front. The joint
    British-Obama Administration NATO initiative known as the
    Strategic Communications Service, based in Latvia, was activated
    to “counter” {any} Russian version of events. The St. Petersburg
    social media troll farm, at the center of Mueller’s indictment,
    has been a staple, endlessly photographed, infiltrated, and
    written about by Western Information Warriors from 2014 forward.
    A huge and well-funded anti-Putin “information warfare”
    industry now operates in Washington, D.C., featuring the Atlantic
    Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab, where none other than
    Dmitri Alperovitch (author of the “Russia hacked the DNC” hoax)
    is a fellow; the Alliance for the Defense of Democracy; the
    German Marshall Fund; the Information Warfare Initiative of the
    Washington-based Center for European Policy Analysis; the
    National Endowment for Democracy; and the State Department’s
    propaganda arms, Radio Free Liberty and Radio Free Europe.
    Generous funding has been provided by the likes of Khodorkovsky
    and George Soros. As the result of the National Defense
    Authorization Act, signed by Obama in 2016, millions of dollars
    are now flowing into this U.S. information warfare initiative.
    All of these entities have been integral to the coup against
    President Trump.
    According to the Saker blog’s Russian account of the IRA,
    the company itself does not exist. It is a fiction created by
    Shaltay-Boltay, the successor to “Anonymous International” in
    conjunction with Western intelligence agencies. Shaltay-Boltay,
    Russian for “Humpty-Dumpty,” conducted a systematic campaign of
    hacking, leaking, and extortion against Russian officials,
    according to accounts of its own activities published in the
    {Guardian}. Members of Shaltay-Boltay were arrested in November
    2016 together with rogue Russian FSB officers said to control
    their activities. All were charged with treason by the Russian
    government, specifically some form of collaboration with the CIA.
    The British account of this affair, produced in the {Guardian} of
    Feb. 9, 2017, claims that the treason charges were based on the
    hackers and rogue FSB officials having confessed their trolling
    crimes to the CIA. According to a November 2017, Radio Free
    Europe/Radio Liberty article, the FSB “cyber” division where the
    arrested officers worked had been in collaboration with U.S. law
    enforcement agencies for years.
  • So-Called Democrats Impose U.S. Censorship –

The final ironic twist I will cite about Mueller’s
indictment is the fact that the pre-packaged information it has
imported from British intelligence, has been and is being used to
support wholesale censorship in the United States. On Nov. 30,
2016, an anonymous group called “PropOrNot” in conjunction with
the {Washington Post}, published a list of U.S. publications it
accused of being Russian propaganda fronts. The list included
practically any publication which had doubted the “official”
version of events concerning September 11, 2001, the ensuing Iraq
War, or the Russiagate myth created by the Clinton Campaign and
the Obama Administration. PropOrNot is traceable to the same
Information War specialists behind the Russian troll farm story
at the center of Mueller’s indictment. Facebook, Twitter, and all
the social media platforms, are now on the lookout to censor
dissenting views right out of their platforms, the First
Amendment to the Constitution of the United States be damned.
This is a product of the McCarthyite hysteria infecting our
Congress and literally destroying the mental capacities of many.
It is endlessly stoked by the national news media — a phenomenon
far more dangerous to the national security of the United States
than any ham-handed Russian operation to “meddle” in our
elections. It is that hysteria and madness which now mistakes
Russian puppy postings on Facebook for an attempt to steal the
American mind. The late {ConsortiumNews} Editor Robert Parry
wrote passionately about this in his last days and warned us. It
would be a fitting tribute both to him and ourselves if we moved
now to finally end this insane British coup.