Solving 1649


This Tweet temporarily disappeared.


Was it deleted by Hannity himself, or did Twitter remove it for him?

In any event, it’s back up now.

So what happened? Email ID: 1649, from the Hillary Clinton Email Archive.

In September 2010, Barack Obama undertook an ambitious effort to settle the ancient dispute between Israel and the Palestinian people. Direct talks took place in Washington, D.C., in early September, and follow-up discussions were planned for later in the month. As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton called up Tony Blair and Lynn de Rothschild for support.

“Be sure he knows I’ve been trading calls w Lynn de Rothschild and hope to connect late tonight”

I was trying to reach you to tell you and Teddy that I asked Tony Blair to go to Israel as part of our full court press on keeping the Middle East negotiations going.

He told me that he had a commitment in Aspen w you two and the conference, but after we talked, he decided to go and asked me to tell you. He is very sorry, obviously, but I’m grateful that he accepted my request.

I hope you all understand and give him a raincheck.

If you were interested, he might be able to satellite in if you have the technology available. He should land around Sam Aspen time. Let me know what penance I owe you. And pls explain to Teddy. As ever, H

This is because, this entire time, Hillary Clinton wanted a Palestinian state:

I spoke today with Quartet Representative Blair to discuss developments in the Middle East.

This Administration has, from the beginning, worked to bring about comprehensive peace in the Middle East, including a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. On that issue our approach has been three-fold: (1) to help build the economy and capacity to govern of a Palestinian state; (2) to renew political negotiations to enable the earliest possible establishment of that state; and (3) to achieve these in a manner that ensures the security of Israel and of the Palestinians.

Consistent with Prime Minister Fayyad’s plan for a future Palestinian state, Tony Blair, as the Quartet representative, will intensify his partnership with Senator Mitchell in support of the political negotiations. In his role as Quartet Representative Tony Blair will continue, with full support by and coordination with Senator Mitchell, to mobilize the efforts of the international community: (1) to build support for the institutional capacity and governance of a future Palestinian State, including on the rule of law; (2) to improve freedom of movement and access for Palestinians; (3) to encourage further private sector investment; and (4) to bring change in the living conditions of the people in Gaza.

But was it in good faith?

What about the droid attack on the Wookiees?

While the liberal media would love to insinuate that “talks broke down when a moratorium on West Bank settlement construction expired and Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to tie renewal of the moratorium to Palestinian recognition of Israel”, that’s not the case here.

In early September, a coalition of 13 Palestinian factions began a campaign of attacks against Israeli civilians, including a series of drive-by shootings and rocket attacks on Israeli towns, in an attempt to derail and torpedo the ongoing negotiations.

Why should Israel accept the ambassadorship of a man who faces war crimes accusations for the entrance in the 2003 Iraq war?

Especially when the supporters of the state partitioning idea, when they don’t get their way, decide to carry out terrorist attacks with impunity on a bi-monthly basis?

“Two-state solution” sounds better than “I don’t want you to have your own state”.

Keep in mind that four years later, after Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Kuwait, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sudan, India, and Iran were in the throes of political revolution, Huma sent the following email to Hillary:

I’m giving you credit for inspiring the “peaceful” protests.

Sounds like Israel dodged a huge rocket by not giving into Palestinian “peace talk” demands.

In the end though, it wouldn’t have mattered – Donald got there first. But did he arrive soon enough?

And how does this relate to Hannity’s tweet? Isn’t it easier to assume it was a mismatch between a chron job, a website’s contact form, an SQL injection, and a hacker’s desire to impersonate Hannity’s account on Twitter?

A wizard is never late, nor is he early, he arrives precisely when he means to”.


The words a wizard chooses are meant to matter. Assange’s reference of “Submission Form 1649” is different from Hannity’s actual tweet “Form Submission 1649”. Assange makes it sound like a website hack, Hannity makes it sound like a call to action. But whose action, and whose call?

The Turkish Cyber Army’s definitely been busy hacking conservative social media accounts:

Greta Van Susteren and Eric Bolling were also hacked:

It’s a hashtag #FORMSUBMISSION1649, on behalf of the Turkish Cyber Army. Their goal is to prevent the Kurds from having a homeland, because in doing so, Turkey would be partitioned to their dearest enemies. Turkish Kurdistan occupies the Eastern Anatolia Region and Southeastern Anatolia Region, home to nearly 20 million ethnic Kurds:

For Kurds, statehood has been more than a century in the making. Their calls for a Kurdish nation were ignored in a 1916 British-French secret agreement, known as Sykes-Picot, that drew the boundaries of the modern-day Middle East.
In the final treaty marking the conclusion of World War I, the Allies dropped demands for an autonomous Turkish Kurdistan. Instead, the Kurdish region was divided up among several countries. Kurds generally consider southeastern Turkey to be one of the four parts of a Greater Kurdistan, which also includes parts of northern Syria (Rojava or Western Kurdistan), northern Iraq (Southern Kurdistan), and northwestern Iran (Eastern Kurdistan), based on the promised nation of Kurdistan under the Treaty of Sevres.

Something the Turkish government does not want.

Interesting fact – the other promised country to come out of the Sevres Treaty? Israel (more specifically, the British Mandate of Palestine), which solidified the right of a Jewish homeland separate from their Islamic neighbors.

Even back then, the Muslim nations were furious with the partitioning of the Ottoman Empire (because apparently when you lose a war, there’s supposed to be a reset button, with the whole thing not counting six times over…)

Indeed, even in the 60s and 70s, when Israel was embroiled in their numerous wars for both independence and existentialism, military advisors from the Israeli Defense Force were helping train pro-Kurdish forces in Iraq. Even the father of the now-retired Kurdistani President, Mustafa Barzani, was photographed in the 60s embracing the-then Israeli defense minister Moshe Dayan. Current Israeli president, Benjamin Netanyahu (presently embroiled in a trumped-up corruption scandal), expressed his open support for the Kurds, stating: “”It is upon us to support the international efforts to strengthen Jordan, and support the Kurds’ aspiration for independence. [The Kurds are] a fighting people that have proven political commitment and political moderation, and they’re also worthy of their own political independence.”

The Kurds would be a powerful ally, so it’s no wonder that during the Iraq War, there was suppression over the motives of those attacking American soldiers stationed in Iraq. Such attacks were meant to de-legitimize and demoralize the pro-Kurdish forces, and by proxy, the Israeli nation:

Allegedly, “hundreds of undercover Israeli Defense Force intelligence officers and Mossad agents have reestablished cooperation with Kurdish militiamen in northern Iraq, with the aim of launching cells that might yield new intelligence on Iran’s nuclear program. Israeli operatives are also said to be providing an ancillary role to the Kurds and are aiding Kurdish elements in northern Syria. Kurdish riots and the seeds of a minor rebellion in northern Syria have recently rocked Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime.”

So when the Turkish Cyber Army is hacking conservative Twitter accounts belonging to Trump Supporters and Trump Followers, it’s being done to send a message.

Donald Trump ran on a platform of shaking up the status quo. The status quo being shaken up here is that of Kurdish oppression by Turkish, Iranian, Iraqi, and Syrian forces. In siding with Israel, Trump can move power away from the fundamentalist Islamic nations while redirecting the influence towards more religiously moderate nations, like the Saudi Kingdom, Jordan, Egypt, and Israel. This is in complete contrast to the previous administrations destabilization of Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Kuwait, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sudan, India, and Iran.

Talk about one hell of a proxy war.


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