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Wikispooks Vanishes from the Net – Have the Spreaders of Disinformation Had Anything to Do with It?

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Wikispooks is a small online encyclopaedia for the study of deep politics. It includes many topics not covered completely or accurately in Wikipedia, for example, sexual blackmail, the Epstein network, intelligence services infiltrating media, genocidal billionaires, the World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders, the Bilderberg network, war propaganda and more.

Additionally, as a post on their Telegram channel states: “We make many Wiki-pages of independent journalists and other people blacklisted or smeared in Wikipedia and by Google. This makes Wikispooks unpopular in certain circles.”

From a week ago, and without warning, most people around the world could no longer access Wikispooks’ website.  If you try, all you will get is: “This site can’t be reached.  wikispooks.com’s DNS address could not be found.”  Why?

Wikispooks have fallen victim to a DNS attack.

A domain name system (“DNS”) is the phonebook of the Internet.  DNS lets users connect to websites using domain names instead of IP addresses. A DNS attack is an exploit in which an attacker takes advantage of vulnerabilities in the DNS.

Why would anyone attack Wikispooks’ website in this way?  As Mark Crispin Miller so eloquently puts it:

It is to keep those millions in denial, and thereby prevent the global Reckoning to come, that the government and media’s gigantic propaganda chorus keeps assuring them that, no, it isn’t true, that all our evidence (of every kind) is “conspiracy theory,” all our facts “disinformation.” … And as the propaganda chorus struggles to prevent that Day of Reckoning by doubling down on all its Oceanic lies, it also ever more extensively, and desperately, blacks out whatever findings, facts, perceptions and/or arguments might help snap people out of their hypnotic trance.

They’re free to keep on killing us, as long as we keep thinking that they couldn’t be that evil, Mark Crispin Miller, 25 August 2022

There is an interesting thread by Craig Murray on the disappearance of Wikispooks HERE.  And you can follow Wikispooks on Twitter HERE or on Telegram HERE.


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Wikispooks Website Mysteriously Disappears

By Philip

Wikispooks, Cryptome and Whale.to were excellent repositories for information about the security state that I regularly would refer to. Including archives of news stories pulled from mainstream media and relying on FOIA and other reliable data the site was still decried by the usual suspects as a “conspiracy theory site.” And by usual suspects I mean the type of people with connections to USAID, National Endowment for Democracy, Atlantic Council and other CIA and NATO info warfare fronts.

Abbie Richards, the “disinfo expert” who created the disinformation pyramid that claimed that belief in Bigfoot was antisemitic and Iran Contra drug running was a conspiracy theory writes for the website gnet-research.org (Global Network on Extremism and Technology). Sites such as GNET and anything connected to the likes of Louise Mensch, Nina Jankowicz and Rita Katz purportedly the “disinfo experts” are often vectors of disinformation themselves. A GNET article by an “OSINT analyst” who has worked for Homeland Security has called out Substack users and the Wikispooks site.

For the moment, I have not seen any news as to what exactly happened to the site but since about 26 August the site has been unreachable. I will be checking the Wayback Machine and other archive sites to see what pages can be salvaged and will likely work on mirroring at least portions of Whale.to because in the era of “disinfo experts” being the primary purveyors of disinfo these sorts of repositories are especially important.

Business Insider wrote a scare piece about Wikispooks in 2020 regarding the “spike in traffic” that occurred during the early days of covid “conspiracy theories” (yes, those same “theories” that in some cases have since been confirmed or at least looking more likely even based on “official data”). The Insider.com story specifically named Google as a way that people were arriving at the site, considering how Mark Zuckerberg admitted de-boosting and shadow banning anything related to the Hunter Biden laptop due to the FBI claiming it was Russian disinfo it’s easy to see that the tech companies are subservient to the security state and in some ways possibly vice versa.

I know for a fact I’m suppressed and shadow banned. Even searching for my own interviews on YouTube is often difficult and have received emails from people saying they were only able to find material I put on YouTube or my personal site by using Yandex, DuckDuckGo, Brave or other privacy centred browsers. The long-term effects of this sort of suppression of the truth and convincing people that the only truth can be found at the corporate Mockingbird media leads to situations like the Epsteins, Weinsteins, Cosbys and Nygards using their wealth and connections to get away with awful things for years.

In short, alternative media is becoming more and more under attack and it’s vitally important to support and share the work of those who are trying to expose what the MSM canaries want to keep hidden.

The above is an article titled ‘Wikispooks Website Mysteriously Disappears from Net’ republished from The Goldwater [links within the text are our own].

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26 days ago

[…] Wikispooks is a small online encyclopaedia for the study of deep politics. It includes many topics not covered completely or accurately in Wikipedia, for example, sexual blackmail, the Epstein network, intelligence services […] Source link […]

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25 days ago

[…] RHODA WILSON ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2022 • ( 1 COMMENT […]

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25 days ago

[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

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25 days ago

[…] În plus, ca o postare pe canalul lor Telegram afirmă: „Facem multe pagini Wiki ale jurnaliştilor independenţi şi altor persoane incluse pe lista neagră sau mânjite în Wikipedia şi de Google. Acest lucru face ca Wikispooks să fie nepopulare în anumite cercuri.” […]

Demeter02
Demeter02
25 days ago

Yep, noticed it was down a few days ago, Rumble is currently down as well and Brave Browser cites probable DNS issues too.

Thankfully, the awesome Wayback machine has a 17th August backup of WikiSpooks:

https://web.archive.org/web/20220811210748/https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Wikispooks:Site_Backup

Found it pretty navigable so far and have backed up the full 12 gbs available to a couple of drives. Seriously recommend anyone who has the storage should do so.

Austrian Peter
Austrian Peter
Reply to  Demeter02
25 days ago

I comes up in Tor listing the sites but then no access. Well done on Wayback: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwikispooks.com%2F&ia=web

Demeter02
Demeter02
Reply to  Austrian Peter
24 days ago

Cheers Peter, checked wikispooks itself on whatsmydns many times this morning, it no longer had an ip address. Possible they shut down their servers but think it more likely they’re switching to a new dns provider. This site provides the latest updates on Wikispooks status:

https://www.whatsmydns.net/#A/wikispooks.com

Almeira, Spain briefly showed a new ip for the site, will keep an eye on what’s happening.

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25 days ago

[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

eddie
eddie
25 days ago

The same is with brandnewtube.Apparently the website has been hacked but I believe some “internet gestapo” keeps blocking the site.

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[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until […]

Uftonwood
Uftonwood
25 days ago

So how long before expose disappears ?

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[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

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[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

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[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

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[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

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[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

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[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

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[…] 25 August, Wikispooks has been the victim of a DNS attack and their website is inaccessible for most.  We are sharing some of their articles until their […]

himmal
himmal
4 days ago

Easily remedied. Look for alternate DNS systems. I bet most of you use the totally unsecure and wide open standard DNS protocols. Switch to more secure DNS like DNSCrypt. You will find that these DNS servers are far more secure with your data, hide it from your ISP and have much less censoring. VPN also helps but is not to be treated as a safe private network because it’s not.