Remember that Dark Overlord hack of emails claiming information about 9/11? The hacking group claims to have uncovered a "treasure trove" of information about insurance company lawsuits regarding 9/11, which it would release to people paying the ransom (in Bitcoins). Well, a second tranche of emails has been released, and Russia, it seems (if no one else), is paying attention. Mr. V.T., Mr. T.H., and Mr. G.B. found these articles:

‘More truth’? Second cache of 9/11 docs released by Dark Overlord hackers

Cybersecurity Expert on Dark Overlord's 9/11 Data: It Might Paint Bigger Picture

When I first blogged about this emerging story, I held out the view that this could be a significant development, in spite of the fact that the information in the first layer of releases did not seem all that significant. A peculiarity of the story is that while the hack seems to have been done by "professionals," the platform - Windows - left many cyber-security people mystified. What I find intriguing is that Russian media, as exemplified by the Sputnik and RT articles linked above, seems to be the only major media still paying attention. The question is, why? We'll get back to that.

But first, consider the interesting interpretation offered by Gary Miliefsky in the Sputnik interview:

Sputnik: Some guests have been saying that the fact that it is insurance companies might make it interesting, in that they tend to ask questions, that the lawyers ask questions that might be rather interesting.

Gary Miliefsky: Yes, you see the insurance companies who paid out claims, then filed these alternative lawsuits where they're saying we want to get paid back. Let's say there was a manufacturing defect in a car and your insurance company covered it for you, they may go after the car manufacturer. So these documents are very similar in that they're showing insurance companies trying to recoup their losses for payments for 9/11, and in the recouping of their losses, the questions that will be uncovered are "who did they sue?", "why did they sue them?", "what information was uncovered in these lawsuits?", "did they get their money back and who paid them?".

Sputnik: How valuable is the data released by the hackers?

Gary Miliefsky: It seems extremely valuable and I think that if continued layers come out, it will start to paint a post-9/11 picture of how huge claims are paid and reimbursed, and what parties are involved, there're a lot of big names in these documents.

Sputnik: Will it provide the public with more information that will differ from what we know about 9/11?

Gary Miliefsky: It might paint a bigger picture and it may provide some alternative information or some newer pieces of data that was (sic) never before made public, for whatever reason. (Italicized emphasis added)

So what's the message, if indeed there is one? This is where it gets interesting, and it may shed some light on why Russia is covering this story, when no one else seems interested (or, if they are interested, why they might be "prohibited" from doing so). Russia, as I outlined in my 9/11 book, Hidden Finance, Rogue Networks, and Secret Sorcery, was one of those nations - along with Germany, Israel, Jordan, &c - that was passing warnings to the USA that something drastic was about to happen on American soil. In fact, it was Russia that not only passed along confidential warnings, but wrote openly about the possibility prior to the attacks. In July  of 2001, Pravda ran an article by the Russian economist Dr. Tatyana Koriagina, who stated that America would be attacked on its own soil, but that the attack would come from a "network" of a very few people with assets in the trillions of dollars. That information was first uncovered by the late Jim Marrs, who duly reported it in his books about 9/11. Again, Russian Federation President Putin was the one world leader that G.H. Bush contacted that day. Since that event, Russia has sent other messages which few are paying attention to, like Sergei Glazyev's warning that Russia's problems weren't really the "Nazis in Kiev, but the Nazis in Washington."

The mere fact that Russia was warning of the attacks prior to their occurrence means that Russia is watching Dr. Koriagina's "group" closely; and that means, quite simply, that Russia "knows something" which, for whatever reason, it is not saying, but rather, dropping "hints" and "clues" from time to time, not the least of which in my opinion are Mr. Putin's constant challenges to the dogmas of globaloneyism and his constant use of the word "partners" in reference to the Western Powers, a word for which he is often challenged in Russia for being "too weak" and "appeasing" to the West. But Mr. Putin's choice of this word is, if nothing else, an assertion of his central point: Russia will not be a subsidiary or a franchise of the western financial hustlers; it will be a full and sovereign equal. In the context of the remarks in Sputnik, another message is being sent: there is real information in those documents capable of painting a "bigger picture" and of providing "alternative information or newer pieces of data," with the added tidbit that "there're a lot of big names in these documents."

So what's my high octane best speculative guess? Russia already knows what's in those documents, and it does not want the story to die in the hopes that that information will come out, which saves it the difficulty of having to reveal it itself. And of course, there's always the possibility that there is some sort of connection between Russia and the Dark Overlord hackers.

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. kim on January 17, 2019 at 1:34 am

    Looking back over the decades, I now truly believe that Russians got the better Germans……..

  2. zendogbreath on January 17, 2019 at 12:00 am

    is putin owned by the bauer family or not?

    • Ronin on January 17, 2019 at 11:26 am

      I’ve wondered this as well. Publicly, Putin removed and banned the Bauer’s from Russia and, as I recall, his limo was involved in a head on collision less than a week later.

      Based on the trade sanctions imposed on Russia and NATO’s continued surrounding of the country, suggests to me (at surface depth) that Putin is NOT controlled by the banking cabal. Russia is also staunchly against GMO’s and many Western medical practices (read: big pharma). Russia also appears to keep its MIC in house/government, meaning they may also be free of that faction as well. I see no need for misdirection in these matters. Whether or not he is owned or a part of another mob faction (read: big oil), is another question. I’m guessing that big oil, the western MIC, big pharma, the agriculture mafia and the bankers have united in a joint partnership to stomp out or at least “contain” Russia’s independence from the status quo.

      China is not so clear to me. I’ve often wondered if TPTB haven’t been prepping that region as their “new” home for a long time now. The globalists have essentially moved all manufacturing/production to Asia, paid for by the backs of consumers and investors over the past several decades. I’ve often wondered if the chemical spraying taking place over America hasn’t been a way to kill off the farming industry, which is largely family owned corporations/trusts. Hybrid Monsanto seed, will be the only viable seed able to thrive, thus controlling who gets to play ball in the Ag business. That would devastate and collapse an already weak American economy.

      That was a long ramble I pieced together between meetings at work. Excuse the incoherent rambling.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 19, 2019 at 11:20 am

      I have to jump in as this question, as it is ever present: who[m] are under this diabolical international banking cartel’s[ICB] thumb?
      Has Putin driven Russia’s ICB debt so far down, it’s practically non existent? China has, for the most part a State/Public Banking system, which puts the ICB at a disadvantage in directing manipulating its economy. However, both Russia & China have what the USA has; mafia’s within, that are vying for total control.
      Is the ICB a heavy-duty partner[if not senior] in these mafias?

      When one peels this ICB layer of the onion off;
      are there deeper puppet masters?

  3. TRM on January 16, 2019 at 11:23 pm

    If you are concerned about privacy (and you should be) and what online stuff is tracked then throw a monkey wrench into their data collecting gears.

    Load the extension from and let it click ads so you don’t have to. It will fill their databases with useless garbage. Be the GI in GIGO!!!

    It is a tactic so threatening to Goolag’s business model that they banned it from the Chrome store.

    Fight back!

    • supernumerary on January 17, 2019 at 12:19 am

      Would reply with my brief MP3 recording of Precious Pup laughing if I could.

      Thanks, TRM!

    • zendogbreath on January 17, 2019 at 12:26 am

      that’s like letting your youtube go for hours on autoplay. how ironic is it when it inevitably rolls through porn? what’s more interesting is what vids it brings up after the porn. guess i’d be more willing if not for having all that GI coming into my system too.

      years ago familiar with origins and intents of fb, i signed up with a personality not my own. chose a ethnicity, gender, location, age, wealth, career, overall demographic that could not be more opposite to my own. used a coworker as a model. and fb ate it and spewed all sorts of folk who were interested in liking me. spooky part is that it gave early evidence that fb was reading my email and my addresses without my approval. i never used the link. i never did anything with it. and yet i got email after email telling me that this person or that person was trying to friend me on fb. mostly people i had no clue of and no reason to have a clue of. within a year 75% of my potential friends were people i emailed. that is with zero interaction with fb other than the initial set up of the account. i never even so much as looked at a facebook page. mine nor anyone else’s. funny how that worked?

  4. marcos toledo on January 16, 2019 at 7:07 pm

    This brings up the question what does Russia knows about this and when did it know it. And as I have said before who are the real puppetmasters of the West and how long have they have been running the circus.

  5. Robert Barricklow on January 16, 2019 at 3:04 pm

    I certainly would welcome a frame in which the truths stood head & shoulders above the misdirection, obfuscation, and deception of 9/11 officialdom.

    Yet, even cleaner versions sometime avoids the troublesome dirty truths; that governments of all stripes wish to avoid, as all governments LIE.

    A truly publicly supported press is the best way to go.
    The Western press is corporatized. is way better than the commercialized monopolized versions; but do they too, have some skin in this 9/11 information warfare arena?

  6. OrigensChild on January 16, 2019 at 9:15 am

    A few days ago, I almost posted a response to this blog and exchanged a couple of emails with Dr. Farrell regarding its contents. I withheld it due to research purposes. (It was written as an observation, required more research, needed footnotes, etc.) After today’s blog, I resurrected it, added a few bits and edited it quickly to publish. My comments are purely observational–but if their aim is in the general direction of the real target, you can bet the Russian evidence is very strong. Read at your own peril and forgive an occasional error.
    According to the Wikipedia article the original version of Promis was written in COBOL for use on mainframe (IBM and IBM variant computers) in the 1970’s.  This makes all the sense in the world because at that time, as a teenager, the only computer’s available to the general public were Commodores and Radioshack computers—and these were very “Basic” things.  Having virtually no utility other than to learn computer languages and building very specialized applications—they became the backbone for nerds who wanted games.  It makes sense that Promis starts this way—and COBOL being the standard programming language for building computer systems in those days, the promise of Promis was relatively easy to fulfill.  Porting to the DEC family would require a suitable COBOL compiler—which is available since DEC is targeting the mini-computer market for small businesses or large corporations who demand mini-computers at the division level for their own specific needs. If Promis’s designers were really thinking ahead and committed to portability, the first opportunity to make the software scalable would be to rewrite it in the programming language “C”.  Whether that occurred I cannot say—but the possibility is intriguing.  My main point, Promis’s beginnings are early in the computer business.  Sophisticated for its time, it’s current form is probably more within the domain of the “idea”.  Whatever is in use now must be far more sophisticated and written in a different language (or language family.  Of all of these families the one that remains the most plausible is the “C” family.)

    With the entry of the PC into the corporate world, there came a blizzard of useful applications for basic text processing needs.  The first new tools that were widely available for PC platforms on a commercial basis for consumers were spreadsheets and text processing.  Porting these applications from mainframes to PC’s would require both a re-engineering effort and robust compiler technology.  For real data storage and rapid retrieval the file-system would require new software that would evolve into database management systems, and these required not only more sophisticated file structures but a transition in the underlying rendering character set. (From EBCDIC to ASCII) When Microsoft started releasing compilers to the market the race was on.  To get PC versions of some applications a COBOL compiler would be ported early, but the programming language “C” became a much more realistic alternative quickly because it offered more efficient memory management, scalability and performance than it’s clunky competitor.  When the DoD made the decision to design and implement ADA, most computer manufactures started the curve by pumping out “C” compilers to develop and implement the new compiler technology.  Whoever engineered the modern version, if it IS written using a variant of “C”, the government is greatly assisted in their piracy argument from a legal point of view. If I were a betting man the window of opportunity for the original’s replacement with a more robust variant written in a programming language like “C” begins and ends between these two moments.   After the design and implementation of the various ANSI standards for EDI X.12 transaction sets for banking, manufacturing, healthcare, etc, one has all the tools necessary to intercept, collate, analyze and store electronic commerce events for espionage and investigative purposes. (This actually makes sense based on the outcome of the lawsuit against Microsoft in the antitrust United States v Microsoft. At first the case appeared to be settled against Microsoft for attempting to hijack the browser market, but after a change of presiding judges and the transition of the case to the Bush era federal courts the governments response took a totally different turn in the outcome of the case. After the attacks in NYC in September of 2001 the courts ordered a brokered settlement between Microsoft and the plaintiffs, with the presiding judge citing the events of that day as one of the reasons for forcing the compromise. The reason for the linkage was never explained, which suggests to me the possibility of coercion by the intelligence community to maintain the status quo or risk a compromise in the new national security framework. See the Wikipedia article on Microsoft Lawsuits.)

    Why this discussion?  When one returns to the Wikipedia article on Promis one finds a “public recording” of the interaction with the original company who developed the application and its interaction with the federal government.   Heavily sanitized and problematic it may be you see the accusations of back doors occurs earlier than expected—along with some known shady dealings between the DOJ and the intelligence community directly involved with shifting requirements for the development of Promis and it’s successors. With these shifting requirements one smells the sulfuric presence of the US intelligent community who has the need for “hooks” to add containers in the process thread for encryption, decryption, encapsulation, remote transmission and editing/substitution.  When one reviews the article on Microsoft lawsuits and notations regarding the antitrust case of United States v Microsoft one finds the DoJ once again intervening in the industry with a forced settlement that preserves Microsoft intact and keeps the Internet Explorer in its dominant position in the browser industry. I strongly suspect this is an indirect admission of corporate compliance with the intelligence community’s expectations and the intelligence community’s reliance on computer hacking for continued intelligence collection and planting evidence.  Linux and Unix variants have far fewer problems because these were under the direct control of a more “uncooperative” community–the university system and Bell Labs.  Any exploits they might wish to add are publicly known to their customer base, whereas Unix variants from Bell labs might possess some private hooks as part of the original kernel.  If Im not mistaken its source code was made public long ago, making it one of the very first public domain OS for computers in the history of modern computing. Microsoft’s software is proprietary—thus making it free from public scrutiny and open to coercion by the intelligence community for special access programs in return for huge profits.

    • DanaThomas on January 16, 2019 at 9:41 am

      Thanks Origens

    • Tommi H on January 16, 2019 at 10:35 am

      That’s the beauty of the open source code, everyone can audit it.

    • OrigensChild on January 16, 2019 at 11:17 am

      And that is the reason why Microsoft and computer manufacturers are bundling their OS as part of all computer sales and penetrated the markets in education with free computers in the 1990s. I agree with your assessment, but unfortunately the Linux platforms will have a very tough time penetrating into the corporate domain as desktop engines in spite of their best efforts. The public computer marketplace has an addiction to Microsoft virus engines. Don’t get me wrong: I want them to succeed. But the private sector will do anything to keep the Deep State involved–even if it means giving some of that infrastructure away. They’ve done it before and will do it again.

    • OrigensChild on January 16, 2019 at 11:20 am

      Let me clean this up. I want Linux to succeed. It has the potential to become a very stable and desirable platform. I was fond of Mandrake years, but Linux has yet to perform in the software market to its greater potential. It’s cash starved on purpose.

      • Tommi H on January 16, 2019 at 12:16 pm

        Linux has already succeed, but not on the desktop. It’s number 1 on servers etc. That’s fine by me. Less desktop users=less malware&viruses. I can live with that. I have both Mint and Windows 10, and the Mint is more stable one nowadays. That’s why most servers run on Linux OS, because it’s stable.

        • OrigensChild on January 16, 2019 at 12:53 pm

          Yep. I know this.

    • Connedincalifornia on January 16, 2019 at 12:22 pm

      Thank you. Very interesting. It takes a lot of input to grasp the scale of it all. It strains my imagination. I guess i’m low on deviousness. It seems to be a distinct disadvantage.

    • Tommi H on January 16, 2019 at 12:28 pm

      Thanks, it was really interesting to read.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 16, 2019 at 2:51 pm

      For me open systems should be public systems.
      Open source should be the wave of the future;
      a commons, if you will.
      From the commons to the enclosure privatized/closed systems began consuming the nature/public commons.
      In other words: “they” want to own it all; including you!
      That is their PROMIS.

      • OrigensChild on January 16, 2019 at 4:40 pm

        No, Robert. Just because I am tentative in my prose does not mean I support the status quo. I’m more interested in other things and own very little. My goals and dreams are far more modest. I believe we would all be better off if Unix had become the backbone of IT platforms rather than MS-DOS. I wished that would have happened. I wish that could be changed. I expect it to change eventually. It all depends on how Russia, China and India ultimately respond when they begin to compete on the world stage once they roll out their own home-grown software products–if they choose to do so. Be careful what you wish for, though. It was a huge mistake for globalists to offshore this sector of our economic system. They may pay a huge price for doing so. If these are not open source nothing will change.

        • Robert Barricklow on January 16, 2019 at 8:31 pm

          OC, one of the last persons I’d associate w/establishment status quo, would be you.
          For me, passive resistance is political theatre. In fact, preaching nonviolence can be a kind of violence.
          Human Rights coming from on-high exalted ones, generally airbrush out the stark truths, in order that the status quo be maintained.
          As long as we uphold the right of individuals & corporations to amass more money than God; while others go hungry; as long as governments absolve themselves of their responsibility to feed, clothe, house, educate, and care, for those who cannot – all talk is mere posturing.
          The ruling class does not give a sh*t about justice & equality; except in pure theatre.
          It’s laughable, how these Orwellian oppressors, tell the oppressed, how they wish to be resisted.

          Didn’t Gates pirate MS-DOS from its creator for chump change; then christened his yacht, MS-DOT? That’s how rich his true character is.

          Be careful what you wish for?
          Yes, for it is certain that the devil will be present and accounted for in the details.
          Time certainly tells us what fools we are; especially, when it comes wishes.
          At least, in my experience.

          Again, your post was excellent.

          • Robert Barricklow on January 16, 2019 at 8:40 pm

            India & China?
            I wouldn’t hold my breath.
            They look to be on that proverbial road of good intentions; where the wished for destination, eventually goes to hell.

            It seems the more organized societies become; the more insect-like they become..

            Decentralized vs Organized.
            Open vs Closed[secrecy].
            Balance is key.

          • zendogbreath on January 17, 2019 at 12:17 am

            again, the way we’re talking here is that the globaloneyists (aka bauer family) is not already owning other countries as much or more than the ussa.

            is there any evidence to suggest that rottenchildren claims that these countries are under the central bank thumb are not true?

    • zendogbreath on January 17, 2019 at 12:18 am

      and btw oc, thank you. nice work.

    • charleswatkins on January 17, 2019 at 7:01 pm

      I suspect the magic of PROMIS was not so much translating programming languages as dealing with data representation issues across platforms. Back then, each language had its own data format and to merge or cross-reference encoded information was a challenge.

    • Pierre on January 18, 2019 at 5:59 pm

      interesting read. then there is the Universal Serial Bus.
      I have been struggling to get my new HP x360 laptop which comes bundled with Windose10 and whos warranty I am voiding by installing linux on it. These new laptops do not have a CD/DVD reader so I have had to do everything via USB , including the Ethernet adapter (I shall not do wifi).
      and whilst there would be geeks with tools , who can look at the millions of lines of code of a linux distro? (as Jim Stone once pointed out).

      anyhow, with chips within the chips, who knows? and then AI will talk in their own language.

      off topic but revelation of the day (or for those who are storing their precious bodily data in the clouds)

  7. Kahlypso on January 16, 2019 at 6:28 am

    Microsoft was used, so that Microsoft would learn that the info had been breached and learned. Basically boils down to.. Windows knows which computers have windows on it, because windows tells microsoft that its there. Do you understand now WHY microsoft was used instead of Linux?
    Dark Overlord could very well be an AI – their website overflows with clickbait ‘see this actress nude’ titles and pleas for bitcoin.. If I didnt know better (and I dont) Id say that Dark Overlord was a 2 bit CIA cover (obsessed with making money out of illegal transactions and morally void areas?? Why hello Langsdale.. what are you doing here..)
    Im surprised that some country hasnt spit out a few bitcoins to get the full dirt on America…Maybe Russia will..

  8. WalkingDead on January 16, 2019 at 6:08 am

    You begin to understand just how bad the corporate controlled media is and just how corrupt the government is when you have to get the real news from Russia. We may be seeing just why Russia is the “enemy” and must be demonized if they are truly behind this.
    I’m still waiting for that meat and potatoes. Until some actual information is released naming names and revealing real hitherto unknown facts, AND actions are taken based on that information, it’s just more of the same delaying tactics to postpone any real investigations until the statute of limitations runs out, Trump is impeached, or they rig the 2020 elections at which time it will all be buried.
    Meanwhile, the MSM is keeping everyone’s eyes focused on the government shutdown and the drama associated with it, ignoring everything else. Never mind the treasonous actions of our “elected” officials and the fact that they want to open the flood gates and submit the USSA to the same “cultural enrichment” the EU is experiencing.
    I get the feeling that the deep state is trying to cover their rear ends on this one and they are willing to destroy the nation to do so. Just how bad does it have to get before the sheep wake up?

    • WalkingDead on January 16, 2019 at 6:21 am

      If you desire to understand just how all of this works and the people behind it all, you should visit The Corbett Report website and view his podcasts on WW1. Very well documented and very informative on just how the globalists work their magic from behind the scenes.

      • Connedincalifornia on January 16, 2019 at 12:24 pm

        Good suggestion. Thanks.

      • zendogbreath on January 17, 2019 at 12:05 am

        we need a thumbs up button.

        btw, has anyone else here noticed that trump is the first pres candidate to acknowledge and appeal to the conspiracy theorist vote? he actually gave alex the cia/mossad shill jones an interview.

        if nothing else, it demonstrates that as a demographic, people who believe their govt and corp powers are lying to them, is becoming such a large group as to become powerful in their own way? are they about to form a political party?

  9. anakephalaiosis on January 16, 2019 at 6:00 am

    Microsoft hacker
    Bill Gates being exposed
    as Dark Overlord.

    • Kahlypso on January 16, 2019 at 6:21 am

      Nah.. Bill Gates wants to be a Dark Overlord, he has the sinister red cloak with huge hood and everything.. even has his initials monogramed directly on it..

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