by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:
Is The ‘Bombshell Of All Bombshells’ Coming? Wikileaks Julian Assange To US State Department: ‘I’ll Try To Make This Clear, We Don’t Have A Problem, You Have A Problem’
Over the past several days, the whistleblowing website Wikileaks has released a series of mysterious tweets on Twitter that are in the process of ‘melting down’ the internet as ‘web sleuths’ across the ‘world wide web’ attempt to figure out what the tweets are referring to with many people asking: “what does Wikileaks know that we don’t know?”
Beginning on February 4th at 5:38 a.m., Wikileaks put out a tweet that simply asked “What Is #Vault7” within which they featured a photograph of the Svalbard Seed Vault lying in the snow on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen as seen at the top of this story. Each day since then, Wikileaks has released another mysterious and cryptic tweet.
The Svalbard Seed Vault by the way is the biggest ‘doomsday seed vault‘ in the world, holding more than 500,000 different samples in what is also considered the most diverse seed vault in the world.
Interestingly, the tweets released by Wikileaks also followed the “Five W’s” often used in investigative journalism and police investigations. According to the principle of the Five Ws, a report can only be considered complete if it answers these questions starting with an interrogative word. What? Who? Where? When? And Why?
On February 5th at 1:58 a.m. Wikileaks put out another tweet which simply asked “Where Is #Vault7” which contained the photograph seen above of a Nazi gold stored in the Merkers Salt Mine, discovered by the US Army in 1945. According to the National Archives, the mine contained gold bullion, gold Reichsmarks, British gold pounds, French gold francs, American gold pieces, gold and silver coins, additional foreign currency, silver bars, platinum bars, artwork, and more.
Interestingly, sandwiched in between the first two cryptic Wikileaks tweets seen above, they put out this tweet which ANP had previously reported on in this story: “Trump on US government last night: O’Reilly: “Putin’s a killer” Trump: “There are a lot of killers. You think our country is so innocent?”
On February 6th at 4:33 a.m., Wikileaks put out another tweet asking “When Is #Vault7?” which showed the photograph seen below of a jet engine test taking place at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia which shows a test being run upon a Pratt and Whitney F119-PW-100 jet engine. These ‘soundproof hush houses’ are sometimes called “vaults.”
On February 7th at 3:52 a.m. Wikileaks put out a tweet asking “Who Is #Vault7” showing photographs of ‘3 infamous spies’, Bradley Manning, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden, within posters made up of them by the US government.
With the ‘Infamous Spies’ headlines looking almost like the headlines of some ridiculous tabloid newspapers, might ‘Vault 7’ refer to upcoming bombshell Wikileaks revelations which they’ve promised to bring us in 2017?
Finally just a short time ago on February 8th, Wikileaks has just put out another tweet which asks “Why Is #Vault7?” which shows the photograph seen below taken back in February of 2013 taken at the Whiteman Air Force Base In Missouri that was seen in an article called “Keeping Structures Strong” and shows Staff Sgt. Adam Boyd, a 509th Civil Engineer Squadron structural supervisor, welding a box blade for a snow plow. That story begins as such: