Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has accused the CIA  of orchestrating the recent terrorist attack in Manhattan, New York, accusing them of “arming and training terrorists”.

Assange, who has been critical of false flag terrorist attacks, said that the US Central Intelligence Agency needs to do their job by investigating potential terrorist instead of funding them.

“If the CIA spent more time investigating terrorists and less time training and arming them we might not have had today’s truck attack in New York,” the whistleblower tweeted following the attacks in Manhattan.

Assange recently released a statement that exposed the Las Vegas shooting massacre as a false flag event orchestrated by the FBI. “Almost all ‘terror’ plots are created by the FBI as part of its business model,” Assange wrote.

According to RT.com, WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange slammed the CIA, saying the deadly terrorist attack in New York overnight might not have happened if the agency investigated terrorists instead of training and arming them.

The suspect, reportedly identified as 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov, an Uzbekistan native, drove a rented truck onto a bike path near the World Trade Center memorial, striking several pedestrians and cyclists.

The vehicle did not stop until it hit a school bus, then the suspect left his vehicle holding two “imitation firearms” and shouting “Allahu Akbar.”

He was shot by police officers before being taken into custody. The suspect reportedly had a note in his truck that said he committed the attack on behalf of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), law enforcement told NBC News. Source: Neon Nettle

2 COMMENTS

  1. Who is this Julian assange? And why do you take his proclamations as gospel? While he has been proven to egotistical, just the mere need to check sources is enough to see this is a biased position

    • Friend, I would rather suggest you to first go through the introduction to WikiLeaks – What it exactly is! Had you gone through Dark Web once, you wouldn’t have asked the question.

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