Early Monday morning Wikileaks continued its cryptic messages in regards to Vault7.
Yesterday we reported on the theories behind Wikileaks and their Tweets involving Vaul7. While there are a lot of theories behind the involved tweets, it is starting to become a little more clear with their latest round. Wikileaks released another Tweet within the early hours of Monday morning that provided more clues into just exactly what their message is.
Wikileaks first Tweeted the following picture around 4:00 AM EST on Monday:
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) February 6, 2017
The picture above is a F119-PW-100 jet engine. Now, with our previous reported article we can begin to connect some dots. The FBI released from their “Vault” part 6 of 6, from the Clinton FBI files. Vault7 obviously refers to a treasure trove of information, that is not released by the FBI. In the last couple of days Wikileaks has Tweeted the below photos.
Wikileaks Tweeted a vault, loot from a Nazi gold treasure trove found in WWII, and finally a picture of the F119-PW jet engine. On 11/9/01 something horrific happened in the U.S. (DD/MM/YY). The significance of the jet engine as well needs no explanation.
Wikileaks is toying with the FBI. They are threatening to release information in regards to 9/11 if the FBI does not fully report on the Clinton files. Wikileaks obviously knows there is more to the story. Wikileaks has a 100% accurate, and credible reporting history. Recently even the U.S intelligence community backed up that claim as former Dir. Clapper points out in his story in regard to the report on Russian involvement in the U.S. election.
But the question begs to be asked, why doesn’t Wikileaks release the 9/11 files anyways? Well its obviously a HUGE form of insurance for Assange and Wikileaks.
This is a developing story, and we will continually bring you the latest as it develops.
Author: Benjamin Dyck
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