Over the past few days certain “alternative” news outlets have reported that the DC Leaks has gone offline, perhaps coincidentally after it released a batch of documents obtained from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation. This assertion re-emerged today when documents highlighted Soros’ intent to censor the internet along “open society” guidelines approved by the globe-trotting financial marauder.
For example, the Daily Caller now reports:
The leaked document was one of 2,500 documents released by “hacktivist” group DCLeaks. As reported by The Daily Caller, the section of DCLeaks’ website dealing with Soros has since gone offline for unknown reasons.
This misleading reportage has recently been repeated by other alternative outlets (i.e. here.)
In fact, as far as we can ascertain the auxiliary section of the site, soros.dcleaks.com is up-and-running as recently as the morning of August 29, the same day as the Daily Caller report above. The hacking group also appears to have two Twitter accounts. The former ‘@DCleaks’ is suspended, yet ‘@DCleaks_ ‘is also still up.
The dcleaks.com website is also operable at this time.
So what’s going on here? It goes without saying that such documents capable of illustrating one billionaire’s manipulation of national sovereignty throughout the world under the guise of “human rights” need wide public disclosure. It would thus be helpful toward this end if so-called alternative media stopped getting their reports wrong. Such information might not only raise public awareness on Soros’ various forms of sabotage, but also prompt other countries to follow Russia’s lead by banishing Open Society and its affiliated NGOs once and for all.