Julian Assange has been releasing John Podesta emails, while the media and Hillary Clinton’s campaign are attributing the hack to the government of Russia.
The WikiLeaks founder was a convicted hacker when he was a teenager. During that time, he called himself Mendax and formed a hacker’s group known as International Subversives.
International Subversives rampaged within the cyber world, orchestrating a few massive hacks against the Pentagon, NASA, Xerox, and SRI International in Palo Alto, California.
According to Infowars, John Podesta was the chief lobbyist for the Electronic Messaging Association (EMA), which was a pre-World Wide Web (WWW) industry association in the 1980s and 1990s. The publication noted that Podesta acquired interest in Area 51 and UFO encounters.
Podesta’s interest came from the extreme desire of early computer hackers to get access to what they understood were U.S. government computer files regarding ETs and UFOs. These were stored in several military and civilian government computer systems.
Recently, WikiLeaks released Hillary Clinton’s former campaign chief’s hacked account, which shone new light regarding Podesta’s interest in extra-terrestrials.
Other than Hillary’s campaign chief, other people involved are a former astronaut and a former Blink-182 guitarist, both alien enthusiasts. Washington Times reported that all three of them were more than convinced that a Hillary Clinton administration would do something positive about the declassification of the federal government’s deepest secrets.
These include the truth behind Roswell Incident, which took place in New Mexico inside the notorious Area 51, and other information regarding alien craft and space travel.
According to the New York Times, the Democratic nominee’s campaign was still inclined towards the idea that it was the Russian government behind the entire hack.
Podesta was vocal about the whole Russia issue. He said, “I’ve been involved in politics for nearly five decades, this definitely is the first campaign that I’ve been involved with in which I’ve had to tangle with Russian intelligence agencies, who seem to be doing everything that they can on behalf of our opponent.”