The hacker group calling themselves “The Shadow Brokers” have a message for Trump which begins, “respectfully, what the fuck are you doing?” This message accompanies the alleged release of the NSA’s “top secret arsenal” codes as well, exposing some of the shadow government’s most used hacking tools, but people are still stumped if the Shadow Broker is from within the NSA, or someone working outside of it.

The message continues by presenting good evidence that Trump has abandoned the people who voted for him. The Shadow Brokers state:

“Good Evidence:

#1 — Goldman Sach (TheGlobalists) and Military Industrial Intelligence Complex (MIIC) cabinet

#2 — Backtracked on Obamacare

#3 — Attacked the Freedom Causcus (TheMovement)

#4 — Removed Bannon from the NSC

#5 — Increased U.S. involvement in a foreign war (Syria Strike)

The peoples whose voted for you, voted against the Republican Party, the party that tried to destroying your character in the primaries. The peoples who voted for you, voted against the Democrat Party, the party that hates, mocks, and laughs at you. Without the support of the peoples who voted for you, what do you think will be happening to your Presidency? Without the support of the people who voted for you, do you think you’ll be still making America great again?”

The message is obviously written or made to look like it was written by someone who doesn’t speak English as their first language, but the intent comes across just the same. It continues,

“But what kind of deal can be resulting in chemical weapons used in Syria, Mr. Bannon’s removal from the NSC, US military strike on Syria, and successful vote for SCOTUS without change rules? Mr. Trump whose war are you fighting? Israeli Nationalists’ (Zionist) and Goldman Sachs’ war? Chinese Globalists’ and Goldman Sachs war? Is not looking like you fighting the domestic wars, the movement elected you to be fighting. You not being in office three months and already you looking like the MIIC’s bitch with John McCain and Chuck Schumer double dutch ruddering each other in the corner over dead corpses.”

As ZeroHedge reports, the intel world was abuzz following the news that a previously unknown hacker collective, “The Shadow Brokers” had hacked and released legitimate hacking tools from the NSA’s own special-ops entity, the “Equation Group”, last August, with initial speculation emerging that the Russians may have penetrated the US spy agency as suggested by none other than Edward Snowden, which was later questioned, but this latest NSA hack isn’t new.

In February 2015, Ars Technical dubbed The Equation Group – a government cyberhacking group associated with the NSA – was infiltrated. It was called “the most advanced hacking operation ever uncovered,” and released a bunch of the organization’s hacking tools.

According to Kasperky, the “Equation Group” is a threat actor that surpasses anything known in terms of complexity and sophistication of techniques, and that has been active for almost two decades.”

While Kaspersky Lab was just shy of saying it’s the NSA directly, its researchers laid out extensive evidence pointing to the American spy agency, including a long series of codenames used by the Equation Group and found in top secret NSA documents released by Edward Snowden.

The Equation Group, according to Kaspersky Lab, targeted the same victims as the group behind Stuxnet, called the world’s first digital weapon, which is widely believed to have been a joint US-Israeli operation targeting Iran’s nuclear program.

As famed NSA whistleblower William Binney – who exposed the NSA’s pervasive surveillance of Americans has attested, this was no hack, or group for that matter, This ‘Shadow Brokers’ character is one guy, an insider employee.”

This means that the Shadow Broker group could be one person acting alone, one person acting for a collective, or a group of people who are pissed that Trump has done a 180 and is now attacking Syria. Whether they are from inside the NSA or not, seems a moot point, given that their message reflects what so many people are feeling about Trump’s recent actions in Syria.

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