The KGB then apparently kidnaped and killed a relative of an unnamed leader of the Shias’ Hezbollah… Parts of the man’s body, the paper said, were then sent to the Hezbollah leader with a warning that he would lose other relatives in a similar fashion if the three remaining Soviet diplomats were not immediately released. They were quickly freed.
So, if these miscreants are indeed terrorists, and it can be argued they are with irrefutable logic, what do you do to stop them? Jonathan Levin, for example, is calling for the drone strike of the Ecuadoran embassy in London. Terrorists don’t mind killing innocent people to make a political statement, which is actually what this would be.The collateral damage would be astounding, people unrelated to Wikileaks would die, and it would be an act of war against a key ally since Londoners wouldn’t be too keen on someone bombing their city.
So Martin S. Friedlander, Nathan Hale, Jonathan Levine, Michael Grunwald, et al, you made Santa’s naughty list. Knock that shit off, Santa hates terrorists, and consider how some might deal with terrorists and those behind political assassinations, such as that of an important international figure under diplomatic protection…
KGB Reportedly Gave Arab Terrorists a Taste of Brutality to Free Diplomats
JERUSALEM — The KGB has adopted novel, brutal and apparently effective methods of dealing with terrorists who attack Soviet interests in the Middle East, an Israeli newspaper reported Monday.
The Jerusalem Post said the Soviet secret police last year secured the release of three kidnaped Soviet diplomats in Beirut by castrating a relative of a radical Lebanese Shia Muslim leader, sending him the severed organs [genitals] and then shooting the relative in the head.
The incident began when four Soviet diplomats were kidnaped last September by Muslim extremists who demanded that Moscow pressure the Syrian government to stop pro-Syrian militiamen from shelling rival Muslim positions in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli.
The militiamen, the Jerusalem paper said, did not cease their attacks, and the body of one of the Soviet diplomats, Arkady Katkov, was found a few days later in a field in Beirut.
The KGB then apparently kidnaped and killed a relative of an unnamed leader of the Shias’ Hezbollah (Party of God) group, a radical, pro-Iranian group that has been suspected of various terrorist activities against Western targets in Lebanon.
Parts of the man’s body, the paper said, were then sent to the Hezbollah leader with a warning that he would lose other relatives in a similar fashion if the three remaining Soviet diplomats were not immediately released. They were quickly freed.
The newspaper quoted “observers in Jerusalem” as saying: “This is the way the Soviets operate. They do things–they don’t talk. And this is the language Hezbollah understands.”
Six Americans, missing for up to two years, are presumed to be kidnaping victims in Lebanon.
That’s just what they do when the person you want murdered is still alive. What if it follows through? What’s left to bargain with? Nothing. The only thing coming is something worse than this.
That said, because Wikileaks has an international reach and has very powerful friends in Europe, South America, the US, Russia, etc, the likelihood that an assassinated Assange could stem the repercussions from beyond the grave with calls of restraint and forgiveness is low. Examples would have to be made of such terrorists because they made themselves targets by openly calling for Assange’s murder, well, you get what you came for, except it wouldn’t stop at Assange, it would come home real, real soon.
Last summer, when it was feared that Julian Assange was murdered the internet was crippled worldwide by Anonymous. Wikileaks actually had to assure everyone that he was still alive by issuing a statement to that effect. “You proved your point” was the statement, and the cyber attacks stopped, as the entire internet and internet commerce was ground to a halt.
Mr. Assange is still alive and WikiLeaks is still publishing. We ask supporters to stop taking down the US internet. You proved your point. pic.twitter.com/XVch196xyL
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 21, 2016
But what if any of these guys was responsible for his death? How long would it take just Anonymous alone to find him and everything he cares about? In 2016, they knew it was Hillary herself who threatened his life, but she was a harder target. They would not be. The likeliest scenario is that if they couldn’t get the key instigator, they would get anyone who made threats and had enough influence to be dangerous, or they would get the instigator and then the rest too. And no, the internet wouldn’t get shut down until there was proof of life, not over them.
Be careful what you wish for, you little warriors you. Julian Assange is a nice guy. But Assange has a lot of friends, and some ain’t so nice. They don’t like to see their friends threatened for trying to do the right thing. They may not be as forgiving as Assange, and they will not ask him for permission if anything happens. Why? because you fucking killed him, that’s why.
Plus, you don’t wanna have to answer to Pamela Anderson. Seriously. You don’t.
— WikiLeaks Task Force (@WLTaskForce) July 2, 2017
The Young Turds
Dumb and Dumber. They wanted to be DNC sweethearts, but they get to join them. Karma’s a bitch!