The Mechanics of Deception


Christopher Steele The Prince of Deception

Much has been said and written about Christopher Steele’s authorship of the notorious document that alleges Russia-Trump collusion. According to Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS (who plead the Fifth and only spoke through his lawyers), Steele was hired by them in June 2016 to gather information about “links between Russia and [then-presidential candidate] Donald Trump.” Pursuant to that business arrangement, Steele prepared a series of reports styled as intelligence briefings, some of which were later compiled into a collection of documents and published by a number of media outlets and later become known as the “Trump dossier.”

On the face of the dossier, it appears that Steele gathered his data from multiple sources in Russia, former Soviet union (FSU) countries, and the US. He then edited the raw intelligence—which seems to be a combination of conversations and notes—organized it in a summarized brief format, and published/leaked it in…

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3 thoughts on “The Mechanics of Deception”

  1. Teacher: “What is the difference between ignorance and apathy?”

    Student: “I don’t know, and I don’t care”

    This Yaacov Abelbaum research is important on many levels. First it is exhaustive in it’s tracing of the Pee Pee Dossier corruption. Second, it is frightening in the depth of digital forensic footprints that we are all leaving. Third, WE have responsibility to end this tyranny. You should find a friendly sheeple, help them overcome their ignorance and apathy about the deep state.

    Find and share Truth….it is your duty as an Earthling


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