According to Wikipedia, Schlumberger is an oilfield services company founded in 1926, and incorporated in Curaçao (Dutch) with four main offices located in Houston, Paris, London, and The Hague. In 2020, the company’s annual revenue topped $23.6 billion and the only thing I knew about this mega oil company up until a few weeks ago was their involvement in Kazakhstan during the early to mid-2000s. So let me first share with you a little story about the largest and most powerful oilfield service company in the world (next to Halliburton) and the Boston bombers’ uncle, Ruslan Tsarni.
First, there’s one thing you should know. Aside from his contracted work with USAID in the former Soviet Republic of Kyrgyzstan, between 1995-1996, Ruslan Tsarni married the daughter of former CIA Station Chief in Kabul, Graham Fuller, and then he helped his father-in-law provide material support for Chechen fighters via Benevolence International Foundation (BIF), a non-profit organization founded in Saudi Arabia and designated a “financier of terrorism” by the U.S. in 2002.
Greasy Palms in Kazakhstan
About two years after Tsarni assisted Graham in shipping “winter shoes” *cough cough* to Islamic fighters in Chechnya, an American banker named James Giffen started funneling millions of dollars in bribes to top Kazakh officials including the former Prime Minister, Nurlan Balgimbayev, in order to obtain Western contracts for the Tengiz oil field in Kazakhstan. Balgimbayev alone received $78 million in bribes, but Giffen insisted that he was working with “the approval of the CIA.” He was arrested in 2003 and the scandal quickly became known as “Kazakhgate.”
Do you remember the movie Syriana with Matt Damon and George Clooney where a Texas company called Connex Oil merged with a smaller oil company called Killen that had inexplicably obtained an lucrative oil license in the Tengiz Field and then the DOJ started to get all freaked out? That was based on the James Giffen story.
Anyways, after the fall of the Soviet Union, former Soviet republics in Central Asia essentially became the wild west for the oil industry and while Giffen was greasing palms in Kazakhstan, in 1999, Tsarni became head of legal affairs at Golden Eagle Partners, a Swiss-registered company founded by the former head of Chevron Kazakhstan.
The company made headlines a year prior after allegedly teaming up with Dick Cheney’s Halliburton and Ramco Oil & Gas Ltd. to stiff the Houston-based company, Anglo-Dutch Energy LLC, out of an oil deal involving Kazakhstan’s northwestern Tenge oil field.
By 2001, Tsarni had left Golden Eagle and became corporate counsel for Nelson Resources and managing director for several of its subsidiaries, all of which seemed concentrated on Kazakhstan. The company was essentially a corrupt consortium of Kazakh businessman including then President Nazerbayev’s son-in-law, Timur Kulibayev, and the former Prime Minister, Nurlan Balgimbayev, the very same guy who was accepting bribes from James Giffen.
Meanwhile, leading up to Giffen’s 2003 arrest, Schlumberger and Baker Hughes entered a six-year joint venture during which time Baker Hughes paid almost $6 million in bribes to officials of State-owned companies in Kazakhstan.
Baker Hughes also bribed officials in Russia, Nigeria, and Angola and while Schlumberger has been investigated or questioned in multiple bribery and/or tax evasion cases in Kazakhstan, Nigeria, and Yemen, they always seem to walk away unscathed unlike other big oil companies like Baker Hughes, Halliburton, Shell, and ExxonMobil Corp.
And as if things can’t get anymore gross in this industry, there’s always Russia. In 1998, Schlumberger made an alliance with Russian oligarch and Bill Browder bestie, Mikhail Khodorkovsky (see “Dear CNN...”), while the Clinton dynasty and Bank of New York were busy helping Yeltsin and the Russian mafia plunder their own country.
Nelson Resources and Big Sky Energy
Two years after Giffen’s arrest, on March 1, 2005, a Canadian oil company called Big Sky Energy signed a consulting agreement with Ruslan Tsarni while he was still employed with Nelson Resources. Giffen’s bribery buddy, Nurlan Balgimbayev, who served as director of Nelson Resources between April 2002-May 2004, was appointed to director of Big Sky Energy 28 days after Tsarni was hired.
In one SEC filing, Big Sky Energy actually described Tsarni as the company’s former Vice President of Business Development and he eventually brought his sister, Maret Tsarnaeva, into the company to serve as in-house counsel. Consultant Selami Ahmet Sehsuvaroglu, who had also worked at Nelson Resources and served as country manager of Algeria for Halliburton, was appointed CEO.
And here’s where the Tsarni-Schlumberger stories converge: Approximately four months after Tsarni and Balgimayev joined Big Sky Energy, Schlumberger and Halliburton signed a Master Consultant Service agreement with the company:
“On July 4, 2005, the Corporation entered into a Master Consulting Service Agreements with Schlumberger Logelco Inc. and Landmark Consulting (a Halliburton Company) to provide geological, geophysical and engineering support for its efforts to develop its holdings in Kazakhstan. Under these Consulting Service Agreements, the Company will present specific assignments to Schlumberger and Landmark at preferred fees and have access to their proprietary software.”
This is how I’m familiar with Schlumberger. So between March-July 2005, Nelson Resources’ Ruslan Tsarni and Giffen’s bribery buddy, Balgimayev, joined Big Sky Energy and both Schlumberger and Halliburton entered into a Master Consultant Service agreement with them. Hmm…
Two months later, on September 28, 2005, and while he was still working for Nelson Resources, Tsarni and his sister, Maret Tsarnaeva, appear to have assisted one of Big Sky Energy’s lawyers in illegally transfering three of the company’s oil licenses in Kazakhstan to a shell company called Ligostrade.
Two days later, Russian oil giant, Lukoil, obtained controlling interest in Nelson Resources.
Two weeks after that, Lukoil began the process of acquiring Nelson for $2 billion in cash, a price well under market value at the time (meaning they stiffed the majority of their stockholders) and after company executives (the corrupt consortium of Kazakh businessmen) had quietly started selling their shares the month prior. They actually started selling their shares at the exact same time that U.S. President Bill Clinton and Canadian mining magnate, Frank Giustra, touched down in Kazakhstan to purchase those uranium rights that would haunt Hillary Clinton years later.
That Infamous Uranium From Kazakhstan
Four years after Nelson Resources was sold and Frank Giustra touched down in Kazakhstan, the two Kazakhs who sold Giustra the uranium were charged with stealing uranium deposits. One of the men, Mukhtar Ablyazov, fled Kazakhstan in 2009, after he was also accused of embezzling at least $6 billion from the Kazakhstan bank, BTA. During Michael Cohen’s 2019 congressional testimony, it came as a bit of a surprise to learn that he was hired to investigate the theft.
CRAZY SIDE NOTE: Cohen was paid by #Kazakhstan #BTA bank to recover billions that Mukhtar Ablyazov allegedly stole from the bank. Ablyazov was involved in selling Clintons’ pal, Frank Guistra, uranium back in 2005. #UrAsia #CohenHearing #CohenTestimony https://t.co/29jTa9HYax— Llama (@jimmysllama) February 27, 2019
A year after Ablyazov fled Kazakhstan, Ruslan Tsarni, the Boston bombers’ uncle, the guy who helped Graham Fuller provide U.S. material support to Islamic Chechen fighters via a Saudi organization that financed terrorism, the one who worked at Nelson Resources with corrupt Kazak businessman, and the guy who was accused of illegally selling off Big Sky’s Kazakh oil licenses to a shell company, submitted a witness statement in court in defense of Mukhtar Ablyazov, the Kazakh who allegedly stole billions from BTA bank and co-sold Bill Clinton’s friend, Frank Giustra, the infamous uranium.
Figure that one out.
And if you have any further interest in Mukhtar Ablyazov, you can also read about how he laundered some of those stolen BTA funds through a Ukrainian medical center co-founded by scientist and Russian defector, Ken Alibek, who helped push the United States into war with Iraq after the 2001 Anthrax attacks. So there’s that.
So What About Schlumberger?
Right, so what about Schlumberger? I have no idea if they benefited from any of these events like the sale of Nelson Resources to Lukoil, the oil licenses that were illegally sold off, or any of Nelson or Big Sky Energy’s holdings. I’ve never looked into it. What I do know is that they’ve had ties with the CIA since the 1950s and that right after the Soviet Union imploded in December 1991, former CIA director, John M. Deutch, joined the company’s board.
In 2008, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah appointed the first board of trustees of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and among the 20 newly appointed trustees, half of which were Saudis, was Andrew Gould, then-CEO of Schlumberger.
In 2015, Schlumberger donated to the Clinton Foundation and during that same year the company was fined over $232 million for violating US sanctions after doing business with Iran and Sudan. It was the largest criminal penalty in IEEPA history.
However, based on my knowledge of what happened with Ruslan Tsarni and his dealings with both U.S. intelligence and Kazakhstan, the fact that Schlumberger and Dick Cheney’s Halliburton teamed up with Big Sky Energy, a company intricately linked to Nelson Resources, is definitely one of the sketchier things I’ve seen.
Now that I’ve shared my Tsarni-Schlumberger story, the point is that when I see a woman who runs defamation campaigns, feels protected enough to repeatedly lie under oath, and files documents that reveal she was paying Trevor Fitzgibbon, Thomas Schoenberger, and Manny Chavez from a Schlumberger credit union account, I have to wonder WTF is going on.
Schlumberger Funds Used to Pay Shadowbox and Cicada Members?
In 2020, Beth Bogaerts (@HumanOfMind) submitted evidence in a case she herself filed that revealed she made over seventeen payments to these three men out of a Schlumberger credit union account. This wouldn’t necessarily mean anything had the account not been simultaneously receiving—or so it appears—payroll deposits from the oil giant (“Schlum-STCD payments” and “STC Payroll” a.k.a. Schlumberger Technology Corporation) totaling over $33K during a three-month period which made up at least 70% of the account’s deposits.
If these were indeed payroll deposits, it would also appear that either Bogaerts works for or used to work for Schlumberger, or she has access to a financial account that belongs to someone who does. So what was Bogaerts involved in before, during, and after she made these payments?
In February 2017, Bogaerts’ associate, Anonymous Scandinavia, started promoting Tracy Beanz’ videos about WikiLeaks/Vault 7. They even told their followers that WikiLeaks was “compiling” her work.
Comically, Bogaerts and her associates are now trying to paint people who trusted Anonymous Scandinavia’s judgement and supported Beanz’ work about Vault 7 as promoters or creators of Qanon which didn’t even appear online until the very end of October 2017. Of course, this logic would also dictate that Anonymous Scandinavia must have been the master creator of Qanon but these people nor their followers operate with any common sense.
By early to mid-2017, Bogaerts was involved with or associated with the hacking group, AnonIntelGroup, appearing to call them her “amazing friends” via Twitter. Members included Ray Johansen (who I suspect runs the Anonymous Scandinavia account-see disclaimers below), Aaron Kesel, and Kitty Hundal. In March 2017, the group started a #QuestionWikiLeaks campaign and published a Medium article basically accusing Assange of working with the Russians and deliberately helping Trump get elected.
White Rabbit and the Seth Rich Files
On or around June 1, 2017, Bogaerts’ close friend, White Rabbit, misled indie journalist, Trish Negron, into believing that a thumb drive he gave her contained the Seth Rich files. After Negron told Jason Goodman and George Webb what Rabbit told her, Goodman and Webb went public with the information. White Rabbit and Bogaerts then destroyed Negron’s reputation claiming that she was never told the thumb drive contained the Seth Rich files. That has since been proven to be a massive bowl of lies after Bogaerts disseminated the fabrication for years.
The Goodman/Negron “Attacks”
After the White Rabbit incident, Bogaerts continued to use Negron and Goodman’s outrage over being set up to suit her needs. For example, years later she absurdly characterized their attempts to save their own reputation from her and Rabbit’s accusations as attacks against her that were coordinated entirely by Schoenberger so he could “swoop in” and “save her.”
For years, Bogaerts has whined about how badly Webb, Goodman, and Trish attacked her online and she even included this narrative in her 2020 rough draft of a Bar complaint she allegedly filed against attorney, Steve Biss. However, in a May 2018 interview she admitted, “They didn’t attack me much, they mainly went towards [White Rabbit].”
Butowsky and Devin Nunes
Approximately four months after co-founding a company with Schoenberger and Fitzgibbon in August 2017, Bogaerts inexplicably turned on Fitzgibbon and severed their relationship during the same time period she started up an online sexual relationship with Ray Johansen (according to Johansen aka @RayJoha @RayJoha2 @NorwayAn0n @JustRay1111).
First, what you have to understand is that back in July 2017, there were two separate groups of people that would soon thereafter come together: Bogaerts, White Rabbit, Schoenberger, and Manny Chavez who were working with or associated with Robert David Steele, and Steve and Tanya Biss. And yes, Beth, no matter how you spin it later this is what you said about Biss and RDS:
And also yes, you either lied to me or you lied in the rough draft Bar complaint about helping Trevor in the Radack case. Anyhoo—
Then there was Fitzgibbon who had known journalist, Lara Logan, for a few years prior through his PR firm and who introduced him to Ed Butowsky sometime in April 2017. Bogaerts would later try to peddle the bogus “Seth Rich files” to Logan’s husband.
As for how these two groups of people came together, it was Bogaerts who introduced Fitzgibbon to Schoenberger. It was Bogaerts who introduced Fitzgibbon to Steve Biss. It was because of this group (Bogaerts, Schoenberger et al) that Butowsky came into contact with Biss and it’s because of them that Fitzgibbon started working on Steele’s UNRIG campaign.
Yes, Shadowbox landed Ed Butowsky as a client in August 2017, because Fitzgibbon had been recently introduced to him but within a few months Bogaerts completely freaked out on Fitzgibbon and he left the company. It wasn’t Fitzgibbon who Butowsky put up in a Texas hotel for a couple of months in early 2018, after Fitzgibbon left. It was Schoenberger and Chavez while they were still working directly with Bogaerts via Shadowbox and Cicada 3301.
As a fun side note, maybe someone should ask the three of them if they were aware at the time that Butowsky had told people almost a year prior that he was a “good friend” of Devin Nunes, a U.S. Congressman closely allied with former CIA director, Mike Pompeo, who, in December 2017, had just finished installing a secret spy operation inside the Ecuadorian embassy to monitor Julian Assange. In fact, Nunes had strongly pushed for Pompeo’s appointment to CIA director.
Cicada 3301 and the Sony Deal
While Devin Nunes’ “good friend” was paying for Bogaerts’ associates to stay in a hotel, Bogaerts was fully aware and supportive (even promoting herself to others as being involved) of a deal that Schoenberger and Michael Levine were putting together with Sony that would have generated millions of dollars for them using the Cicada 3301 puzzle. However, in May 2018, Bogaerts seized full control of the puzzle by purchasing the trademark despite the fact she had exactly zero legitimate claim to it.
Again, none of this had anything to do with Fitzgibbon. He left Shadowbox in December 2017, and he had nothing to do with Cicada. Anything that happened with Butowsky after December 2017 or Cicada 3301 at all, is completely and solely on the shoulders of Bogaerts, Schoenberger, Chavez, and possibly Bogaerts’ associate, @ATafoyovsky.
The “Personal Loans”
During this same time period in which Bogaerts was gunning for the Sony deal and grabbing the Cicada trademark (March-May 2018), she also leaked Fitzgibbon’s lawsuit against Jesselyn Radack to one of Ray Johansen’s associates who she had been working with since at least early January 2017.
She then started claiming that the money she had previously sent Fitzgibbon, including funds from the Schlumberger account, were sent under the agreement that they were “personal loans.” But there doesn’t seem to be any emails, DMs, or text messages that show this nor does an official loan agreement exist.
Additionally, she’s already admitted that the funds were sent to “help his family” and/or were part of her investment in Shadowbox—not personal loans. She also sent some of the funds to Fitzgibbon with “love” emojis and “have fun” messages.
Perjury, Lies, and Defamation
So that’s a general summary of what Bogaerts was involved in right before, during, and after she started paying Schoenberger, Fitzgibbon, and Chavez funds from the Schlumberger account. But what makes the funds from Schlumberger even more questionable is that in the last 3+ years she’s become notorious for playing the victim while carrying out whisper/defamation campaigns against just about anyone who won’t cater to her narratives.
Since her inexplicable falling out with Fitzgibbon in December 2017, Bogerts and her associates have been waging a 3+ year defamation campaign against him including targeting him for using Steve Biss as an attorney to sue Jesselyn Radack—the same attorney that was introduced to him by Bogaerts and the very same case Bogaerts leaked to Johansen’s friend.
This blatant defamation operation now includes anyone that Bogaerts and her associates like Johansen, Radack, Anonymous Scandinavia, and Lestat even remotely believe are associated with or “working” with Schoenberger and Fitzgibbon, and their tactics include doxing attempts, blackmail, excessive victimhood, gaslighting, deception, manipulation, promoting each others’ lies posted on social media, using the U.S. court system as a platform for defamation and intimidation, and/or threats.
And Bogaerts has obviously felt protected enough to perjure herself repeatedly in her own court case and I have to wonder if that has something to do with her association with Schlumberger. Additionally, her defamation campaigns are so easily debunked one surely must wonder what exactly the motives are behind her absurd behavior. For instance, in a recent Twitter thread, myself and others posted three screenshots:
And Bogaerts’ response was this:
And here are the archived social media accounts with the same screenshots used in the Twitter thread (with some bonus links thrown in) that completely debunk Bogaerts’ usual, “Lemme take time away from my family to publicly defame you with the same pack of lies I usually use about how you post fake screenshots…”:
Rather than issuing an apology, Bogaerts quietly deleted her tweets because what does she care. She knows that the smear is already out there and is well aware that a lie travels faster than the truth.
I mean, I don’t even know what to say about this individual anymore except that maybe she needs to get help and it’s become increasingly terrifying how easily and how often she lies. The question is why and whether or not she’s being paid to do so because let’s be honest, who has this kind of energy to consistently be fraudulently f*cking up other peoples’ lives and reputations for years on end? It’s also beyond questionable that a “human rights defender” (insert eye roll) and whistleblower attorney continues to support her ongoing deception and defamation.
Bogaerts also recently claimed that she doesn’t know Ray Johansen which is so beyond absurd since he himself admitted that they started up an online relationship years ago. Not only that, she has sent to other people screenshots of messages that Johansen has sent her.
Additionally, she forwarded two documents to him that she herself created: A 42-page document chock full of false allegations and the rough draft of a Bar complaint she allegedly filed against Steve Biss.
If Bogaerts now wants to publicly admit she faked screenshots of messages that Johansen sent her; accuse the very classy Jesselyn Radack of lying when she stated last year that Johansen and Bogaerts “flirted” with each other online but, dang, her kids were getting in the way; and then accuse Johansen of lying about their online sexual relationship; writing at least 60 pages of documents himself and then falsely attributing them to her; and faking a bunch of screenshots of his conversations with her that he also sent to others then by all means, she should go for it. I’ll get the popcorn.
In the meantime, Bogaerts is the same woman who perjures herself in court and once told someone that “If we get [Jesselyn] Radack we get a mole in the whistleblower community a[nd] that would be huge…I watch her,” because trying to make a name for yourself with WikiLeaks and Julian Assange by stalking people in order to find “moles,” while seemingly being paid by the second largest oilfield service company in the world, seems totally legit and not completely bonkers at all.
She also advised Trevor Fitzgibbon to create “burner” (fake) accounts and then she suggested to two journalists, including myself, that we should create fake Discord profiles in order to spy on people inside the pro-Assange campaign, Unity4J. It’s pretty funny because Bogaerts used to send me screenshots from the Unity4J Discord when people would post crap about me and then she’d be all, “Don’t worry, I have your back, Llama,” like how she described Schoenberger setting the stage and then “swooping in” to “save her” from attacks. Like please, take the hysteria down a notch and go outside.
Dragging Schlumberger Into the Drama
Perhaps what I find most intriguing in all of this is the fact that Bogaerts doesn’t seem to care about dragging Schlumberger’s name into the very same court case in which she’s lied under oath multiple times. She’s also used the case to deliberately file an alleged dox of myself despite having literally nothing to do with the case.
Disturbingly, both Bogaerts and Radack (a whistleblower attorney, no less) have publicly posted what they believe to be is an accurate dox of me even after their associate, Ray Johansen, alleged that I was a local activist who used to be married to an abusive police officer—so abusive that according to media reports the state had to pay out at least one victim. And yet despite what her associate alleged, Bogaerts gleefully and maliciously filed this absurd dox in court for no other reason than in the hopes that someone would physically hurt or kill me (and/or my family) and to stop me from publishing on my website (good luck!).
Does Schlumberger know what kind of case their name has been dragged into?
It’s also super fun to point out that I was one of the people that Steve Biss tried to unmask in a Twitter subpoena after Radack dragged me into her insanity during the summer of 2018, and I unfortunately believed her for years. After Biss failed, Johansen, Bogaerts, Radack, and “Kaidinn” happily took up his torch and have tried to unmask me on numerous occasions which, of course, isn’t sketchy at all…
In no uncertain terms is any of this behavior normal and I’m talking about like the last 30+ paragraphs. Especially within an activist/whistleblower community. And all of this is coming from a group of people that claim to be avid supporters of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange. Loool please.
Ray Johansen once told me he was making journalist, Stefania Maurizi, an administrator on one of his Twitter sock accounts and when I told her what he said and asked her about it, she denied it ever happened. I’ll take Maurizi’s word over any of these deceitful wackadoodles, especially if they might be using money from big oil to influence and social engineer people.
As for Schlumberger, when Bogaerts claimed in court that she paid $495 in 2018 to dissolve Shadowbox, that money also came from the Schlumberger account and no, I’m not kidding.
This likely indicates that no one from the company actually opened a separate financial account for the firm. In fact, when I spoke with at least one individual who did business with them, they said that they didn’t pay Shadowbox’s fees directly to the company. Instead, they paid one individual directly who was involved with the company. Was any of the money deposited in the Schlumberger account? More importantly, why does the money trail curiously seem to start with Schlumberger?
THIS ENTIRE POST IS STRICTLY MY OPINION. PLEASE DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH AND COME TO YOUR CONCLUSIONS.
Disclaimer: Ten thousand more pages of disclaimers to follow: In no way am I suggesting that Schlumberger is deliberately paying Bogaerts and/or her associates to harass, defame, and threaten people online. Evidence submitted by Bogaerts in court shows that without question she has access to a Schlumberger credit union account that appears to have been receiving payroll deposits from the company. During a four-month period, Bogaerts sent at least seventeen payments to Schoenberger, Fitzgibbon, and Chavez. The only other record submitted was a screenshot of a 2018 statement that showed Bogaerts also used the Schlumberger account to pay for the dissolution of Shadowbox. It is unknown at this time if the account was used for other things such as sending money to Radack, Lestat, or Johansen.
If you were mentioned in this article because your associate(s) did or said something stupid/dishonest, that’s not a suggestion that you did or said something stupid/dishonest or that you took part in it. Of course, some may conclude on their own that you associate with stupid/dishonest individuals but that’s called having the right to an opinion. If I’ve questioned something that doesn’t make sense to me, that’s not me spinning the confusing material you’ve put out. That’s me trying to make sense out of something that doesn’t make sense. And if I’ve noted that you failed to back up your allegations that means I either missed where you posted it or you failed to back your shiz up.
If I haven’t specifically stated that I believe (my opinion) someone is associated with someone else or an event, then it means just that. I haven’t reported an association nor is there any inference of association on my part. For example, just because someone is mentioned in this article, it doesn’t mean that they’re involved or associated with everyone and everything else mentioned. If I believe that there’s an association between people and/or events, I’ll specifically report it.
If anyone mentioned in this article wants to claim that I have associated them with someone else or an event because I didn’t disclose every single person and event in the world that they are NOT associated with, that’s called gaslighting an audience and it’s absurd hogwash i.e. “They mentioned that I liked bananas but they didn’t disclose that I don’t like apples. Why are they trying to associate me with apples???” Or something similar to this lovely gem, “I did NOT give Trish the thumb drive!” in order to make their lazy audience believe that it was reported they gave Trish the thumb drive when, in fact, that was never reported, let alone inferred.
That’s some of the BS I’m talking about so try not to act like a psychiatric patient, intelligence agent, or paid cyber mercenary by doing these things. If you would like to share your story, viewpoint, or any evidence that pertains to this article, or feel strongly that something needs to be clarified or corrected (again, that actually pertains to the article), you can reach me at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
I cannot confirm and am not confirming the legitimacy of any messages or emails in this article. Please see a doctor if sensitivity continues. If anyone asks, feel free to tell them that I work for Schoenberger, Fitzgibbon, Steven Biss, the CIA, or really just about any intelligence agency because your idiocy, ongoing defamation, and failure as a human is truly a sight to behold for the rest of us.
Annoyingly Long Updates:
I have noted throughout The Rabbit Files that I personally believe former AnonIntelGroup member and hacktivist, Ray Johansen, has access to and/or is a close associate of both the old @AnonScan account as well as the new one, @AnonScandinavia. Over the course of the last three years, neither of these accounts have ever rebuked things like fascist elements being welcomed into the Assange support community but they recently took the time to publicly chastise me over my belief about Johansen’s access (while failing to address the association part) because apparently my opinions are more important to the emotional “Anonymous Scandinavia” than, say, fighting fascism.
And even though @AnonScandinavia publicly denied that Johansen has access to their account, which may indeed be true, the account is also known for protecting abusive liars, promoting malicious actors who carry out defamation campaigns and try to dox activists, and associating with Beth Bogaerts (@HumanOfMind) who went so insanely far to discredit me that she actually perjured herself in court multiple times by bizarrely and falsely accusing me of being paid/hired by her former business partner so, no, I don’t believe them. Like, on any level. As for my audience, I’ll leave it up to them to make their own decision.
Of course, @AnonScandinavia’s recent denials in no way negate the fact that the account privately vouched for Johansen in the past in order to boost Johansen’s trustworthiness factor which is exactly zero despite his endless twaddle about “trust” and “loyalty.” That is, if the person(s) behind the account now is the same one(s) who previously vouched for Johansen which they themselves claim they’re not.
Due to incredibly poor opsec, whoever was running the old @AnonScan account in September 2020, claimed that someone (?) was able to contact the family of the @AnonScan administrator and gain the passwords to Anonymous Scandinavia’s Youtube and email accounts. Then they claimed they were still working on gaining control of the Twitter account.
This was after guys like Johansen spread endless private rumors that the (original?) administrator of the @AnonScan account was highly depressed hence the reason there had been no activity on the account for months last year. I’ve also heard rumors that some people were told the administrator killed himself.
Like other things that have disappeared after they were exposed in The Rabbit Files, Anonymous Scandinavia rewrote the video title and deleted the video description on a September 7, 2020 video they posted that explained this ridiculous story and revealed just how bad the account’s opsec was.
So aside from @AnonScan being an opsec dumpster fire, according to the above statement the lack of activity on the account last year was not due to the administrator’s depression but rather vicious attacks on their servers and devices. And yes, Anonymous Scandinavia, their servers, and their devices have been so heavily targeted by the deep shadows of lurking intelligence agencies (as they have claimed repeatedly over the years) that the original administrator, an alleged member of Anonymous, no less, decided it was a great idea to give out enough personal information to unnamed actors that enabled these unnamed actors to track down and contact his family in order to obtain the passwords to all of @AnonScan’s accounts.
These people are seriously running a three-ring circus on a Suzie Dawson merry-go-round.
Then, earlier this year the @AnonScan account was shut down (deleting all evidence of what they’ve posted since 2016) and a new one popped up a month later as @AnonScandinavia, claiming that they are the same as the old @AnonScan account. But do they mean the old @AnonScan account where unnamed actor(s) took control of it after apparently obtaining the password from the administrator’s family or do they mean the old old account and they’re the same person who was heavily depressed and may or may not have committed suicide?
As if this story can’t get anymore ridiculous, the very first video that @AnonScandinavia posted upon their return with the new account was a 50-some-year old guy (age not confirmed loool) wearing a mask and asking people to be his personal snitch by uploading documents from their personal devices to an insecure server this guy obviously runs. What he wanted was any and all information pertaining to anyone who had pretended to be Anonymous Scandinavia or associated with them, which, of course, no one is aware of anyone “pretending” to be Anonymous Scandinavia for over three years now, but okay, buddy.
This grown ass man then ended the video by threatening unknown individuals they claim are harassing and defaming people they support which is pretty hilarious based on the trolls that account has promoted over the years, themselves included. I mean, let’s be serious, what kind of male “activist” and “hacktivist” makes this kind of video and then expects to be taken seriously? And 2017 called, they’re still waiting on that “troll list” AnonScan said they were going to release.
After dealing with the @AnonScan account for years, personally I just think that they like to post or say things that make them appear way more important than they really are and, admittedly, I used to believe every word. But, again, you should come to your conclusions.
The funny thing about all of this is that the first (and maybe only) tweet that Julian Assange retweeted from the @AnonScan account back in early 2017, which led a lot of us to believe that Assange was working with the account, was a video that @AnonScan deliberately stole as their own from an Assange supporter who had created it. To this day, Anonymous Scandinavia has never given them credit and I should have known then what a complete and utter fraud this guy and his associates really are.
In other news, for those of you familiar with the Twitter user “Kaidinn,” apparently they recently claimed responsibility for the “@AnonFoxfire” account which was a part of the AnonIntelGroup with Ray Johansen. Although some people believe that Beth Bogaerts was behind the account due to the similarities in handles (@AnonFoxfire/@Foxfire2112) and her involvement with the hacktivist scene including working as an editor for one of Johansen’s associates, it turns out that one of the most pathetic smear artists on the internet who used to work with Johansen is now claiming the account as theirs. What an absolute embarrassment for the hacking group and its associates.
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