CIA source code from a spy tool called Hive – Now Available to the Public




WikiLeaks – US Central Intelligence Agency

In a rather lovely and not so surprising turn of events WikiLeaks has released a source code that the CIA seemed rather fond of once, called Hive.




The release is part of Vault 8, which releases the code from the CIA hacking tools revealed as part of Vault 7.

This little gem is designed to to control the CIA’s or the US Government’s own malware once installed onto a network or device.

So Hive provides a covert communications platform for a whole range of CIA malware to send exfiltrated information to CIA servers and to receive new instructions from operators at the CIA.

Lovely, so here we have more intel that seemingly walked out of the doors of a yet another US Agency.




The reality here is, that the United States Government at every level is one big leaking faucet of intel.

Yet, the US Government seems to be shocked, surprised and concerned over Russian Election interference?

Should they learn to keep their intel from oh I don’t know landing on the front page of every news publication world wide, least of all keep the source code from the hands of WikiLeaks?

What’s truly frightening is that we simply have no idea whatsoever who else might have the source code to Hive as well as other malware and tools that the US Government built and once utilized.

So, does the US Government want to hand out anything else to the general public, the world that may again come back to haunt them in the form of yet another major worldwide cyber attack?

Cristal M Clark

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Trump Sorry For Letting America Down




Trump Shows Clear Ignorance – America’s disgrace


I am not sure if any of you caught Trump’s Monday Press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe where Trump explained why his relationship got off to a rocky start with the world leader?


Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe meets with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York


In part of his explanation he had this to say:

“Got off to quite a rocky start because I never ran for office, and here I am… so I wasn’t very experienced. And after I had won, everybody was calling me from all over the world. I never knew we had so many countries.”

Didn’t he have something to do with Miss Universe for 20 some odd years? Was he asleep at the wheel or did he think that the contestants magically appeared from, I don’t know made up countries?

Did he forget to take his medication, was it too little medication, not enough, was he drunk or high?!?!?!?

Seriously, he did not know we had so many countries in the world until he got elected?




Yet he becomes angry when he is referred to as a moron.

Not sure about anyone else here, but this for sure just put the cherry on top of the US Presidency.

We do have an elected moron as our president. Could someone please give him some crayons and a coloring book and for God’s sake do not let him tweet or speak anymore?

Could Trump show some humility here and just be sorry for letting America down in so, so many ways?

Cristal M Clark

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US Officials Supporting North Korea?




Secretary of State John Kerry – US Senator Bob Corker


In what I am going to go ahead and call just strange news today a couple of US Officials are seemingly adding fuel to the fire where North Korea is concerned.




Secretary of State John Kerry boldly announced that North Korea should have nukes because Trump’s threats have crossed some sort of line.

To expand upon that, Kerry simply thinks that Trump needs to stop adding fuel to North Korea’s fear of a unilateral attack or something similar.

Basically, North Korea has been excused here because of  fear that they have, that Trump cannot help himself but feed.

Okay, agreed however they should then be the better country and lead the way to actual diplomatic talks instead of send out childish responses to Trump’s remarks and tweets.


US Auto Industry Bailout In Jeopardy After Senate Votes It Down


On the other side of the ring we have US Senator Bob Corker who really isn’t a fan of Trump’s. North Korea’s official newspaper Rodong Sinmun yesterday actually cited dear old Bob in an effort to support its own attacks on Trump.

Bob if you’ll recall has actually questioned Trump’s stability and competence not to mention he’s given Trump some rather colorful criticism for Trump’s ill thought out criticisms of North Korea and it’s ruler, Kim Jong-Un.

“Dignitaries such as Corker, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee of the U.S. Senate, and former officials said that the president is uselessly escalating tension with the DPRK and he has to halt the reckless blackmail and take hands off the Korean affairs.”

It actually does get just a little bit better:

“Nobody can predict when Trump does a reckless act. The only and one way for checking his rash act is to tame him with absolute physical power.

If the U.S. misjudges the DPRK’s toughest will and dares to act recklessly, the latter will be compelled to deal a resolute and merciless punishment upon the former with the mobilisation of all forces. The U.S. has no energy to prevent it. Then its regret is too late.

We warn Trump’s coteries once again. If they want to get rid of ruin, do not make reckless remarks.”

I have to admit it here, North Korea’s official newspaper sort of did hit the nail right on the head with regards to Trump.

Either way what we do know is that not even Trump’s illustrious tax plan is going to save him from everything from the Russian Collusion Investigation, to his poorly and rather absurd tweets with regards to North Korea or any other foreign state.

He simply just cannot win here and stands to lose more ground than he ever thought he could actually gain.

Cristal M Clark

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Texas Church Shooting




Sutherland Springs, Texas




Today we were met with the news of yet another mass shooting, this time at a church in Sutherland, Texas.

The Gunman opened fire inside the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, killing 26 people and wounding 20 others. The victims range from 5yrs old to 72.

The gunman is reportedly a former member of the US Air Force has been identified as 26 year old Devin Patrick Kelly.  

The gunman ran from the scene in a vehicle where he later died although it is unclear if he died by his own hand or if he met a bullet that had been fired by police.

No words could fill the void, ease the pain and suffering, give back what was taken, so I will simply just say that:

My heart goes out to the victims and the families of the victims.

Cristal M Clark

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Trump Takes on US Justice System




Donald Trump vs. US Justice System vs. Terrorism

Trump has sort of a valid point with regards to the US justice system in the wake of yesterday’s deadly attack that was carried out by Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, killing 8 and injuring 11 others in Manhattan.




Today during a White House Cabinet meeting Trump made reference to the US Justice system as nothing short of a “laughing stock,” in the way that it handles the punishment of terrorists in this country.




Trump told reporters: “We also have to come up with punishment that’s far quicker and far greater than the punishment these animals are getting right now.”

“They’ll go through court for years. And at the end, they’ll be…who knows what happens.”

Then he took it just one tiny step further by adding:

“We need quick justice and we need strong justice, much quicker and much stronger than we have right now. Because what we have right now is a joke and it’s a laughingstock. And no wonder so much of this stuff takes place.”

He is not however all that far off the mark, these guys could drag this out for quite a long time, all at the expense of taxpayers. However, they would be found guilty, that is a for sure.

After that, the question would be, do they do time here or are they deported?

Which of course again, the obvious answer is that they would do time in the US. Let’s not be like Trump and leave that one open ended because we all know it would not be.

Trump would very much like to make an example out of some of these guys and that is where I have one small problem.

We cannot stoop to that level of barbarity otherwise should we choose that move we are by default the very same individuals as these terrorists.

We should always strive to be the better human beings.

That in no way means put them up in prison and let them live for free, getting three meals a day, cable TV, exercise time, time outside. Of course we should make it tough, however I do fully understand where Trump was meaning to go and that runs along the lines in inhumane treatment through the use of both torture and abuse.

And that is barbaric, we no longer live in the rudimentary time of “an eye for an eye.” By now given our knowledge and evolution, we should be well beyond that, at least in our society here in America.

Terrorists have yet to grow to that level of the evolutionary chain, which they clearly demonstrate as often as they can.  




It also does not just start and end with the US Justice system if you are talking about taking swift action, it is my understanding as well as all of the mainstream media’s understanding that Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov has been on the radar of Federal Authorities for quite some time.

So forgive me here for pointing out the so very obvious, shouldn’t Federal Authorities have acted at some point to prevent such an attack or has the name of the game changed in such a way that political correctness runs these types of investigations rather than basic common sense?

To make matters even worse, this guy was here because of our joke of an immigration lottery system.

Smart, really smart way to decide to let someone in the United States or not.

I am all for immigration, however we have to be reasonable here. We live in a violent world, we live in a world where extremists have this idea that they need to cleanse the world of it’s problem children, otherwise known as infidels and the bad news, they view all of the rest of us as the problem, we are the infidels.

Once you get rid of one group another will rise in its very place at the head of the table.

So while I am for immigration to the United States, I am also for being reasonable and smart about it.

Cristal M Clark

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