Did Russia Influence the U.S. Elections?
So, did Russia influence the U.S. elections?
Certainly it did, just as the United States influences elections in many other countries.
Hillary Clinton posed a real and significant threat to Russia so it mitigated the threat by contributing to Donald Trump's win. Why would Putin not order his people to protect their country from hostile forces?
However, the continued claim that Russia influenced the U.S. Presidential election to install Donald Trump by hacking computers and releasing emails is a red herring. The leaked emails contained nothing of significance and had little or no impact. It doesn't matter if Russia leaked them or someone else did. They certainly should have been leaked by someone somehow, but they alone did not get Trump elected.
If Russia, or any other sophisticated actor, wanted to influence the election or change the vote, it would have had to do more than just leak some emails.
It is a well-known fact that America's electronic voting machines are not secure and can be hacked. There is little reason to believe that the voting machines were not flipping votes and producing fraudulent results. Yet, this aspect of vote rigging is not really being explored. Less known is the vulnerability of the American people to electronic mind control through cell phone and Wifi networks. This is not as nutty as it might first seem and there is ample proof of the concept and patents on the well-demonstrated technology.
Cell phones and Wifi operate in the microwave frequency bandwidth, which can easily be used for mind control because the networks are a mesh of energy that permiates the brain and body and which can be used as a carrier frequency to implant messages in the brain. One merely has to modulate the high microwave frequency with a low frequency signal that matches human brain waves. This can be done by satellites, drones or ground-based stations. The low frequencies can travel very long distances and modulate microwaves over a wide area.
One can implant sounds, thoughts or feelings in this way.
During one of Israel's previous attacks on Gaza a message was beamed through the wireless networks. Americans, Canadians and possibly others were implanted with the words "Israel is right, Israel is right." The mind control operation was successful, and Israel's atrocities went largely unchallenged.
Even less known, and harder to prove at this stage, is the fact that the circuitry in smartphones creates a kind of quantum window into the subconscious of the phone's user. This direct access into the subconscious could be used to influence someone or monitor their general state of mind. There is actually a company that has been using this technology for several years, but it is not safe for this author to reveal the company's name.
What is also curious is that Wikileaks and mainstream and pseudo-progressive media made such a big deal out of the release of ho-hum and meaningless emails when far more important scandals were begging to be noticed.
The whole non-event with the silly emails had the distinct odor of a psy-op. The question is, who was really behind it? We probably don't even want to know because then we would have to start questioning a lot more things and maybe even start thinking for ourselves.
Few Americans want to join the tin-foil hat club by noticing that some conspiracies aren't just theories. It is easier to just shake our fists at bad Russia.