“Hacking” Report: Escalation of Obama’s Anti-Russian Campaign: Selected Articles

30 December 2016 — Global Research

Obama’s Sanctions against Moscow “Intended to Box In Donald Trump”. Evidence that Hacking of DNC Accusations are Fake

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, December 30 2016

The sanctions on Russia constitute “an assertive act by President Obama to punish Russia before he leaves office.” The unspoken truth, however, is that the punishment was intended for Trump, to undermine his foreign policy stance in relation to Moscow.

What The Russian Hacking Report DOESN’T Say

By Washington’s Blog, December 29 2016

Today, the Department of Homeland Security and FBI released a report alleging Russian hacking. It’s important to note what the report does NOT say …

Details Still Lacking on Russian ‘Hack’

By Robert Parry, December 30 2016

Amid more promises of real evidence to come, the Obama administration released a report that again failed to demonstrate that there is any proof behind U.S. allegations that Russia both hacked into Democratic emails and distributed them via WikiLeaks to the American people.

America’s Secret Planned Conquest of Russia

By Eric Zuesse, December 30 2016

The U.S. government’s plan to conquer Russia is based upon a belief in, and the fundamental plan to establish, “Nuclear Primacy” against Russia — an American ability to win a nuclear war against, and so conquer, Russia.

“It’s A Plot, The Russians Are Coming”: Obama Illegally Sanctions Russia for Nonexistent US Election Hacking

By Stephen Lendman, December 30 2016

Menacing Russian hordes don’t exist. Nor does claiming its government hacked America’s election hold up to scrutiny. Despite repeated claims, echoed by the corporate media ad nauseam, most Americans don’t believe it because no evidence was presented proving it.

Obama Escalates Anti-Russian Campaign with New Sanctions and Threats

By Patrick Martin, December 30 2016

In an executive order accompanied by a series of official statements, US President Barack Obama has sharply escalated the campaign against Russia, based on unsubstantiated claims of Russian government hacking of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Hillary Clinton campaign in the presidential election.

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