A new Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) report circulating in the Kremlin today says that the Obama regime is in “total shock and turmoil” today after the YouTube leaking by the Federal Security Service (FSB) of a highly encrypted telephone conversation between the US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland and the American Ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, wherein this top US State Department official was discovered engineering the overthrow of the Ukrainian government and shaming her European counterparts by saying “F**k the EU”.
The “YouTube leaking” referred to in this report involves a video posted yesterday titled “Marionettes of the Maidan” [see video below] that became known to the world after a tweet from Dmitry Loskutov, an aide to the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Dmitry Rogozin, that said: “Sort of controversial judgment from assistant secretary of state Victoria Nuland speaking about the EU.”
After hearing this conversation, this report continues, German chancellor, Angela Merkel, erupted in anger calling Nuland’s remarks “totally unacceptable”, and which Nuland subsequently apologized for making.
Following her apology, the Guardian reports, Nuland refused to be drawn further into the row and stated, “I will not comment on a private diplomatic conversation.” But she implied she had been a victim of a sophisticated eavesdropping operation carried out by Russia’s spy agencies as the embarrassing tape surfaced with Russian subtitles. “It was pretty impressive tradecraft. [The] audio quality was very good”, Nuland said earlier today.
Most ironic about Nuland’s statement of “pretty impressive tradecraft” being used to capture her highly encrypted conversation, this report says, was that it was actually the United States own National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) which provided this information to the FSB.
In what this MoFA report calls a “masterpiece” of reverse-engineering, Russian technological experts with the FSB have been able to “surreptitiously link” to every form of communication emanating from the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS).
JWICS is a system of interconnected computer networks primarily used by the United States Department of Defense, United States Department of State, United States Department of Homeland Security and the United States Department of Justice to transmit classified information by packet switching over TCP/IP in a secure environment and is administered by the Defense Intelligence Agency.
The “roadmap,” so to speak, for allowing the FSB access to JWICS, this report continues, was provided by the over 24 million documents provided by “the most wanted man in world”, Edward Snowden, described as an “intelligence treasure trove,” and which US Senator Susan Collins, a Republican from Maine, said if stacked “would be three miles high”.
American news reports confirming this report state that Snowden fabricated the digital keys—essentially assuming the identity—of multiple senior intelligence officials to gain access to classified intelligence systems well outside of the NSA-CSS like the US military’s top secret JWICS, and which US House Representative Mac Thornberry, a Texas Republican, warned this week “would cost billions to repair”.
What is not stated in this report, but should most assuredly be assumed, is that the FSB in gaining access to Nuland’s highly secretive and encrypted conversations has, in turn, captured everything that has flowed out from JWICS, including the conversations of all top Obama regime officials.
And in what can only be described as “farce meeting irony,” Obama’s White House, though not directly blaming Russia for the catastrophic leak of Nuland’s conversation, is nevertheless “crying foul”…and this coming from a government that by all measures and accounts has become one of the largest spying nations in the entire history of the world.
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