The Rabbit Files is an op-ed series beginning with a questionable incident that took place in early June 2017, called the “White Rabbit incident” or “Who Spoofed the Seth Rich files.” The series then steps back in time to examine events that took place during the 2016 U.S. election season such as hacking, leaking, and spear-phishing operations. It eventually circles back to 2017, and then moves forward from there.
The focus is on suspicious activities that occurred over the past 4 years and a handful of actors who always seem to be involved one way or another regardless of the event. Most of the actors, if not all, are involved in the Assange support community as well as Cicada 3301, Anonymous, the Fitzgibbon v. Radack lawsuits, and/or Suzie Dawson’s #Unity4J campaign.
Ask yourself the questions in the boxes to the right. Most of us cannot relate to them and yet some of the actors in The Rabbit Files can answer yes to at least five. For questions they can’t answer yes to, most are closely related to others who can. These types of behaviors are a glaring red flag within an activist community.
For instance, when you have a well-known whistleblower attorney deliberately trying to dox activists and journalists, someone must ask the hard questions whether or not these individuals are simply maladjusted, unstable people or is there something much more sinister going on that is driving them to lie, intimidate and delegitimize real activists, and put innocent people in harm’s way?
This series is in line with The Gatekeeper Files and will eventually converge with it as a historical record and warning of what has occurred within the WikiLeaks/Assange support community.
- Have you peddled bogus files to journos?
- Were you a member of Cicada 3301?
- Did you or associates run a black PR campaign against Assange?
- Did you claim that you received docs from Guccifer 2 but were never questioned?
- Did you lie about being in the Mueller report?
- Did you publicly claim you saw the DNC emails before WikiLeaks published but were never questioned or investigated?
- Have you lied about being questioned and tortured by the FBI?
- Did you ever say you worked with the CIA on an operation?
- Have you ever created multiple GoFundMe’s for your own personal gain using Assange’s name?
- Have you used fraudulent stories to obtain donations?
- Have you sent death threats to other activists?
- Have you tried to intimidate/dox activists to intimidate or silence them?
- Have you smeared other activists as “feds” or “infiltrators” because they exposed fascism, problems in the community, or wrong doing?
- Have you ever perjured yourself in court to frame someone?
- Have you run sustained defamation campaigns because you’re paid or want to coverup your own wrongdoing?
- Have you been caught lying multiple times?
The Rabbit Files: The Beginning
The Rabbit Files 1.0
Who Spoofed the Seth Rich Files?
The series starts with a suspicious event that took place in mid-2017, when actors peddled files to a journalist under the guise they were the Seth Rich files. The files (“.7z files”) originated from a PowerPoint presentation allegedly created by Guccifer 2. The actors defamed the journalist and her associates for broadcasting their belief they had the Seth Rich files, and what ensued became the perfect excuse for the offenders to draw others into their manufactured drama and discuss suing their own victims.
The Rabbit Files 1.1
Stunning Leaked Messages…
After White Rabbit’s associate spent years pushing the story that he never misled a journalist into believing he had the “Seth Rich files,” leaked text messages prove he did just that. He also continued to lead the journalist to believe the files contained bombshell information when in fact they were old files that one researcher called “not-even-chickenfeed” files and certainly not worth the time of a state actor or hacker. White Rabbit and his associate were both members of the puzzle, Cicada 3301.
Election Hacking, Leaking, Guccifer 2 (G2) and the .7z Files
Rabbit Files 2.0 is a deep dive into 2016 election leaks, hacks, spear-phishing operations and the Mueller report. It looks at DCLeaks.com, the overlooked hacking group, CyberBerkut, and the forgotten fact DCLeaks.com starting leaking Podesta documents before Assange announced WikiLeaks had more material. One hacktivist tied to White Rabbit’s associate claims that he was “selected” to receive documents from Guccifer 2 via a whistleblower platform called BerlinLeaks.org.
Rabbit Files 3.0 is about the Shadow Brokers’ leaks, TAO documents leaked over the years including to a member of WikiLeaks, and suspected sources. The actor who said he was “selected” to receive documents from G2 also inferred the Shadow Brokers contacted BerlinLeaks.org.
The Rabbit Files 4.0 examines the origins of White Rabbit’s .7z files: A presentation allegedly submitted by G2 to a 2016 cyber conference and yet no one has confirmed this nor did Mueller mention the files. A look into the other hacktivist who claims he received files from G2, along with his history of lying, propaganda and manipulating activists
Cicada 3301, Warren Flood, and Guccifer 2
The Rabbit Files 5.0 examines a group of individuals in the Assange support community, including White Rabbit’s associate, that were all tied to the same campaign for an imprisoned hacktivist, as well as the Anonymous group “AnonIntelGroup.” AnonIntelGroup started a “QuestionWikiLeaks” campaign two weeks after WikiLeaks started publishing Vault 7, essentially accusing Assange of working with Trump and the Russians. The article also examines how WikiLeaks and other pro-Assange account pushed a bogus story that incriminated an innocent man, Warren Flood, of being behind the G2 persona.
The Rabbit Files 5.1 and 5.2 report on the Cicada 3301 puzzle, its early 2017 clue that stated “A Fludd Approaches,” and how one account named “Vetter,” who was behind the 2016-2017 Cicada puzzle (and closely associated with White Rabbit’s friend), used that clue to try and prove Cicada was tied to Anonymous, Assange and WikiLeaks because of the bogus Warren Flood story they peddled. Both articles examine the relationship between “Vetter” and White Rabbit’s associate, an avid WikiLeaks supporter, and how their stories don’t add up.
The Rabbit Files 6.0
Puttin’ on the Fitz
The Rabbit Files 6.0-6.4 look into the relationship between a former PR representative for WikiLeaks, White Rabbit’s associate, and how Rabbit’s associate has carried on a multi-year campaign against him despite the fact nearly all of her accusations have never been proven—even by her.
The reason for the Rabbit Files 5.0-6.0 which heavily focuses on White Rabbit’s associate and her relationship with “Vetter” and the former PR rep for WikiLeaks is this: White Rabbit’s associate and her friends, which include a well known whistleblower attorney and the hactivist who claimed he received Guccifer 2 documents, “have single-handedly kept their obsession” about the former PR representative “alive for all of these years, dragging activists into their drama, which has led to chaos, increased division, large-scale propaganda and defamation campaigns, and social engineering within the Assange and WikiLeaks support community.”
The Rabbit Files 6.3
The WikiLeaks Factor (soon)
The Rabbit Files 8.0
The Conspiracy That Just Wouldn’t Die
The Rabbit Files 8.1
The Bunny and the “Romanian Hacker”
The Rabbit Files 8.2
Coming Full Circle
The Rabbit Files 8.3
Who Spoofed the Seth Rich Files (part 2)
THE BOSTON FILES
The Boston Files: Follow the Money, Not the Drugs
In September 1986, U.S. President Ronald Reagan broadcast live a message of urgency and warning about drug use while his wife peddled her “Just Say No” anti-drug campaign geared towards American children. But what Reagan’s viewers didn’t realize at the time, as they glued themselves to their TV set on that warm autumn night, was that the Reagan administration had been working directly with known drug traffickers the entire time. MORE
The Boston Files Part 1: Fueling the Mujahideen
The following is part one of a multi-part series that briefly explores the history of the U.S. government funding extremists throughout the 1980s and 1990s and the narco-arms trafficking business connected with these operations…MORE
WRITE TO JULIAN ASSANGE
Write To Julian Assange
From the United States, it takes up to 7-21 days for your letter to get to Julian. Do not mail loose stamps, books of stamps, or sheets of stamps. Belmarsh will confiscate them. Do not send postcards or greeting cards. Use the correct address and include Julian’s birthdate. You need TWO UK 1st class stamps affixed on the self-addressed stamped envelope for Julian to mail *back* to the United States…MORE
THE GATEKEEPER FILES
A COMMUNITY IN SHAMBLES
Fash Apologist Tied to WikiLeaks Community Lashes Out at Reputable Socialist Organization
Two days ago, a fash apologist tied to the WikiLeaks/Assange support community tried to bury ClassConscious.org’s reputation and one of their groundbreaking stories from 2018 about Suzie Dawson and #Unity4J’s open-door policy for fascism and working with people like Jack Posobiec and Cassandra Fairbanks within the Assange movement.
Dawson vs. Johansen
Courage Foundation and the Assange Defense Committee Dog Whistle to Trump’s Base
Being Honest: Considerations of a Julian Assange Supporter
My Honest Response to Dishonest Accusations: Considerations of a Julian Assange Supporter
Assange Supporters Question Who to Turn to For Information and Updates
Assange Supporters Question Who to Turn to For Information Part 2
ASSANGE UNDER ATTACK
Ecuador Cuts Off Assange’s Ties From the Outside World
Is the U.S. Strengthening Relations With Ecuador To Get To Assange?
President Moreno Sells Out Ecuador’s Sovereignty to US, Expulsion of Political Asylee Julian Assange Likely
A Written Guide to the Guardian’s Smear Campaign Against Julian Assange
A History of Attacks Against WikiLeaks
An eight-part series about the difficulties WikiLeaks has faced over the years from the U.S. intelligence community, fellow journalists, Freedom of the Press Foundation, the enemy within, and hackers turned FBI snitches.
The Truth About Guardian Source Fernando Villavicencio
Ten Senate Democrats Sign a Letter Requesting Julian Assange’s Asylum Be Revoked
US Representatives Threaten Ecuador to Handed Over to the Authorities
Representative Adam Schiff of the House Intelligence Committee Refuses to Interview Julian Assange
How The Trump Admin Used a Livestream to Spy On Assange
Working directly with Ecuador’s corrupt government, the U.S. government abandoned all sense of legality and moral decency by spying on Assange twenty-four hours a day via an illegal livestream surveillance operation set up by a private security firm and approved by Ecuador’s president.
Through the Eyes of Whistleblower Attorney Jesselyn Radack
UN Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer Becomes One of Assange’s Most Vocal Advocates
Before Ousting Assange, Moreno Government Spied on the Journalist for Over a Year
Assange Ecuadorian Extradition Noose Tightens with INA Papers as Latest Slipknot
Whats Behind Australia’s Decision to Suddenly Grant Julian Assange a Passport?
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning Stands Up for Press Freedom, Gets Jailed by US Gov’t
THE BROWDER FILES
Russia Files New Charges Against Browder, Accuses Him of Murder
Browder’s Family Ties to Russian Intelligence
Browder Engages in Voucher Scheme to Steal From Russian Citizens
Browder Conspires with Kenneth Dart to Asset Skim From Titanium Company
After Stopping a Dilutive Share Issue, Browder Suspiciously Has Dinner With CEO
Browder Teams Up With Billionaire Diamond Magnate Beny Steinmetz