WikiLeaks is one of the most controversial organizations that exist in the wide world of web. It has made its purpose to publish submissions of private, secret and classified media which the staff receives from anonymous sometimes shady sources, news leaks and whistleblowers. The website was launched back in 2006 and at that time claimed to be in possession of a 1.2 million documents.
Now, WikiLeaks strikes again, as it makes public another puzzling piece of information. This time it’s something related to war politics. The website has released to public scrutiny emails that were exchanged between the employees of an US global Intelligence Company called Stratfor. The most important piece of information that leaked due to this information being passed in between was the apparent deal between Israel and Russia who agreed to swap access codes of their defense and surveillance equipment.
According to the information, Israel put on a plate to put the data link codes for some of the aerial vehicles they sold to Georgia and handed it over to Russia. So what did the Jew state get in return? Well, the codes for the Tor-M1 missile defense system, the Russian have sold to Iran. What’s more hallucinating about this, is the date when the agreement was signed. It precedes the Russian-Georgian war in 2008, when the Russian forces brutally attacked Georgian territory. And at the time, it was well known that Georgia was using weapons made in Israel.
Apparently the Georgian become aware of this little “incident” and attempted to purchase new drones from a private defense constructor to replace the tainted ones. There’s no mention of whether they succeeded or not but we all know how the Russian war turned out.