A whistleblower in possession of Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop explains that simply “releasing the information to the Internet” isn’t quite as simple in practice as it sounds in theory to those who haven’t actually ever done it.
Maxey claimed one former intelligence agency senior staffer told him soon after he received the hard drive in 2020: ‘If you don’t release enough of this, so that they know you can release all of it, I’m telling you brother, you’re a dead man.’
Maxey took their advice in October 2020 and posted batches of emails and other files from the laptop on file sharing sites.
But after about an hour, the links were taken down.
Maxey said he believes the US government was hunting down files from the laptop posted online and flagged them to the companies.
‘There were five drop boxes: two in the United States, one in New Zealand, two in the UK. All the same drop boxes in which they tell us child pornography is shared around the globe without any consequence because they can’t look at it.
‘These are all Five Eyes countries, English speaking countries in an intelligence sharing agreement. And they were all ripped down.
‘So this means that our intelligence services, who still have not even acknowledged that they have Hunter Biden’s laptop, were obviously diligently doing cache searches across the internet to find out if any of this stuff was being released.
‘That should terrify every single decent person in the West.’
There is a lot to observer here. First, the damning aspects of the hard drive and the corruption of the US government are confirmed, not that any further evidence of either was required. Second, the whole “dark web” concept is mostly a myth, as the intelligence and crime agencies clearly have the ability to see whatever it is they wish to see and remove whatever it is they wish to remove. Third, the government agencies are protecting the distribution of child pornography, and most likely, the sex trafficking networks as well. Fourth, the media organizations are entirely corrupt and are aligned with the government agencies with regards to these matters.
Fortunately, it appears that although the information is not yet generally available to the public, it has already been distributed widely enough in a variety of formats, and to a variety of organizations, that it should be available soon. While I doubt that the various revelations from the hard drive will be sufficient to topple The Empire That Never Ended, it will help a lot more people see through the Empire’s lies and will give imperial enemies like China and Russia considerably more ammunition to use in the information war against the Empire in which they are presently outgunned.