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  • isvarahparamahkrsnah

    isvarahparamahkrsnah 5:33 pm on March 5, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Detained In Dubai, , , Hervé Jaubert, human rights, , , Mark Zuckerberg, , opsec, Radha Stirling, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Saeed Al Maktoum, , Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Tiina Jauhiainen, ,   

    LibreKrsnah Analysis III: Sheikha Latifa Al Maktoum 

    In this section I’m going to talk about opsec and why Sheikha Latifa’s attempts to escape Dubai failed.

    I don’t know what kind of threat model Sheikha Latifa had in place or what sort of operational security measures she had planned before her attempt to escape Dubai.
    But it failed.

    I’ve been doing some research and found this message that was posted on her Instagram.

    “My father is Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Saeed Al Maktoum. He put me through many years of hell and he’s currently threatened my safety. If you’re in the gulf or UAE please do not repost as my father’s men can threaten your safety. Please don’t like this post if you’re living in UAE or gulf or contact me through Instagram. Please contact me through my WhatsApp +358 41 807 1671”. 26 February 2018.

    Right off the bat, this is just poor opsec.

    Now Wikipedia states that she was traveling with Hervé Jaubert (born 13 March 1956), a former French Navy officer, marine engineer, spy who operated as a secret agent for the DGSE until 1993.

    How does this secret agent not know the capabilities of the modern government spy agencies in the post-Snowden era?
    And if he does know, then why didn’t he establish the threat model before they commenced on the great escape?

    Sheikha Latifa’s escape was no less dangerous than Snowden’s.
    NESA is no less capable than the NSA.

    Then I see this on Herve’s Wikipedia page:

    American ex-wife Helene Jaubert told American news website The Daily Beast that Hervé Jaubert and Radha Stirling had been in contact with princess Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum (II) for 5 years and invented the whole disappearance scheme together. According to Helene, “The whole plan was for Herve to help her escape and once he got her out the daughter was going to get to the dad and say I want $3 million or else I’ll tell all to the media”. According to Helene, “It was a con. It’s a corrupt scheme gone haywire”.

    Did our French spy here have some ulterior motives?

    Herve published a book in 2019 – “Princess Latifa and the Spy”.
    I think a more appropriate title would’ve been “Princess Latifa and the spy with poor opsec.”

    So while Sheikha Latifa had some good concerned friends, they clearly lacked the manpower and intelligence to get the job done right.
    This entire operation is so high-risk that it cannot be done without a team of professionals.

    I’ve looked at Radha Stirling’s profile and while she’s done quite some impressive work, I must say that planning Sheikha Latifa’s escape needed a different line of thought.

    When you’re up to do something as dangerous as Edward Snowden, you better start thinking and acting like him.
    Have they watched Edward Snowden’s documentary?
    Because it’s got a lot of clues on how to think and how to act when you’re up against the world’s most powerful adversaries.
    And it’s not ridiculous.
    It’s not extreme.
    It’s not over-the-top.

    The first rule of high risk manoeuvres is that you should never underestimate your enemy.

    How did Dubai and India’s authorities pinpoint their location?

    On 3 March 2018, Jaubert made contact with an Indian journalist in preparation for the end of their journey. The following day, Sheikha Latifa, Jaubert and Jauhiainen, along with the crew of three Philippine nationals, were intercepted by Indian authorities while approaching Goa.

    Was the journalist compromised?

    On investigation by The Guardian and Bureau of Investigative Journalism later revealed that on the same day, Signalling System No. 7 protocol was exploited in an attempt to locate Jaubert’s phone.

    So is this how they managed to pinpoint Sheikha Latifa’s location?

    I found a very interesting article that explained the SS7 protocol.

    The investigation has found that private intelligence companies are able to rent access from mobile phone operators and this can then be exploited to allow the tracking of the physical location of users across the world. They are also potentially able to intercept calls and other private data, including bank accounts and emails.
    “The Channel Islands cannot allow itself to be used as an offshore global spy centre” – Privacy International

    These intrusions, which are very widely exploited, rely on commands designed to help phone operators track their customers’ whereabouts. Such commands, known as “signals”, are sent via a kind of global switchboard for the telecoms industry called SS7.

    These are vital to the functioning of telecoms networks, and are a routine part of ensuring accurate billing when roaming overseas. But they can also be used by sophisticated state and corporate security agencies for more questionable purposes.

    A Whitehall source described the system as “toxic, horrendous – yet one the world relies on,” adding that “it can be abused to geolocate people”. However, securing the system is complex: “if you get it wrong, you disconnect yourself from the rest of the world.”

    Experts warn that vulnerabilities will remain even after the switch to 5G as long as some networks rely on older 2G and 3G technology.

    Well there you have it.

    What’s the first rule of any sensitive mission?
    Switch off yo’ damn phones!

    This is a nightmare – breaking down the poor opsec of these individuals.
    It’s almost sad because even a 15 year old today would know that cellphones are easily tracked by networks.
    Yet it completely missed these people’s minds.

    I understand that Sheikha Latifa’s friends were trying to get her freedom by legal means.
    But when the beginning of their mission was already an illegal move, I wish they’d contacted a cybersecurity nerd to assess their plans and fix all the loopholes.

    You don’t need a trained spy to get you out of the country. You need a paranoid nerd, someone like Edward Snowden.
    Especially considering that the entire mission was supposed to be without violence or a fight.
    If you were expecting a fight, well, then I’ve got some good plans for that too. One armed French spy and 3 Filipinos isn’t a good army.

    I think Sheikha Latifa’s friends were betting on the power of the law to win her freedom.
    But there is no law for the caged women.
    There is no law for people who are fighting for the truth and justice.
    I don’t believe in the law.
    I don’t think the law could help me in a life-and-death situation.
    And I don’t think Edward Snowden had much faith in the law either. That would explain his highly strategic escape from the US.

    I wish I could’ve been involved in planning Sheikha Latifa’s escape.
    I would’ve done it for free.
    I’m an anticapitalist.
    I don’t accept money from anyone.

    Where is Sheikha Latifa’s Instagram account?
    It’s gone.
    The Instagram handle latifa_1 is gone.
    This is a direct indication of the UAE’s alliance with Mark Zuckerberg.

    The fact of the matter is, there is no protection for the common man in the modern world.
    The law belongs to the powerful, held by the powerful, and is used by the powerful to circumvent the systems designed by the powerful themselves.

    Do you think Mark Zuckerberg lost a second of his sleep worrying about the fate of Sheikha Latifa?
    Hell no!
    Do you think Prime Minister Narendra Modi was restless after hearing the fate of Sheikha Latifa?
    Hell no!
    In fact, if I know the man, like any typical Indian businessman, he probably cut a deal with The Emir before he even set his forces into motion.

    Every powerful man that was involved in the recapture of Sheikha Latifa is living like a king.
    And they will continue to do so.

    So Radha Stirling and her friends can go on campaigning to the state controlled medias all they want – nothing’s going to change.
    Most of the news media are only publishing the story for views. After a while, they’ll forget all about it. Just like they did back in 2018.
    You don’t need the media. You need a well formulated plan of action.
    I watched the story on BBC – those morons were only in it for the sensation. The modern news media is all sensational. They care more about getting hits than about the actual story.
    And it breaks my heart to say this, but it’s true.
    I’m a man of facts.
    False hope and poorly planned missions isn’t my forte.

    I’m afraid that the recent release of Sheikha Latifa’s videos to the mainstream media will only hurt her current situation.
    Why? Because no powerful politician has come forward to speak out against The Emir.
    Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is undoubtedly one of the most powerful men in the modern era, and no world leader has the balls to oppose the man.

    It’s quite sad that the common men have the guts to come forward and openly speak out against one man’s terrible crimes against humanity, yet the rest of the world leaders are hiding in their offices, too scared to say a damn word.

    I came across this comment on Radha Stirling’s Detained In Dubai YouTube channel and it was disappointing to read:

    Rahda I heard isn’t helping and had fallen out with latifas Best Friend Tina,funny how this call was made on the escape boat… and bingo they find them very quickly… 🤔

    Detained in Dubai
    5 months ago
    Sadly, Tiina is allied with a fraudster who has tried to change history. The details are available at http://www.princesslatifa.org and http://www.detainedindubai.org

    What’s going on here?
    This isn’t a goddamn children’s competition for best friend award.
    Who’s the fraudster?
    And why is Tiina Jauhiainen allied with the said fraudster?

    And a part of me feels that these moves by Sheikha Latifa’s friends are causing more damage to her mission than aiding it.
    I could be wrong. But actions that are guided by feelings and emotions are more often less thought-out than actions that are planned with a level-headed mind.
    Feelings have no place for a critical mission like this.
    And I’m already getting emotional, so it’s time to wrap this up.

    I have a couple of other thoughts but this wouldn’t be the right forum to share them.
    So I’m going to keep them inside my head.

    I want to help Sheikha Latifa.
    I think I could be of great use in strategic planning and execution.
    But that’s just me. Who knows? Maybe the rest of the world thinks I’m a stupid fucking idiot and this article may be proof of that.
    Goddamn feels.

    FREE LATIFA NOW!
    FREE LATIFA RIGHT NOW!

     
  • isvarahparamahkrsnah

    isvarahparamahkrsnah 5:27 pm on March 4, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Algeria, , feminism, , freedom of choice, , Goa, Hind, Hind bint Maktoum Al Maktoum, human rights, Huriah Ahmed al M’aash, , , Latifa, London, Majid bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, Mary Robinson, Mary Therese Winifred Robinson, Middle East, , Princess Haya, Princess Haya bint Hussein, Princess Latifa, Princess Latifa Al Maktoum, prison, , , , The Emir, , UK, ,   

    A LibreKrsnah Analysis : Sheikha Latifa Al Maktoum 

    I’ve spent some time rewatching the leaked videos of Sheikha Latifa Al Maktoum.

    The secrets of Dubai are out.

    The secrets of the royal family of Dubai are out.

    The secrets of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum are out.

    The world can no longer ignore the dire needs of Sheikha Latifa and many other younger female members of the royal family in Dubai.

    I’ve held off writing an article on this topic for a couple of days now because I don’t wanna end up like Jamal Khashoggi.
    But if I don’t speak up, who will?
    A lot of people in the world are completely unaware of the treatment of women in the Middle East.
    The world is filled with a lot of selfish self-centered assholes who have no compassion or empathy for the pain of others.

    One of the important points I’d like to point out, is that a lot of women are supporting Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in his terroristic endeavors of torturing several princesses in the royal family.
    A part of me wonders if they’re too scared to take a stand against The Emir’s inhumane activities or if they are as sadistic as he is.

    It disgusts me that The Emir’s principle wife Hind bint Maktoum Al Maktoum has personally been complicit in torturing Sheikha Latifa.

    I was appalled to hear that none of the females ever spoke in support of Sheikha Latifa in the palace.

    Sheikha Latifa has a brother, Majid bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, who has failed to stand up and protect his sister. She hasn’t mentioned him at all. Which leads me to believe that like all the other men in Dubai, Majid supports the abuse of women.

    India’s Prime Minister Modi was complicit in the kidnapping of Sheikha Latifa at the coast of Goa.
    Narendra Modi, must’ve received a call from The Emir and then offered his assistance to recapture the princess.
    And the Indian Marine Commandos, obeyed the orders of Narendra Modi to the letter.

    And then there’s a cunt named Mary Therese Winifred Robinson.
    Mary The Cunt Robinson aided The Emir and his then wife Princess Haya in faking the news on the media that everything with Sheikha Latifa was fine and dandy!

    Speaking of cunts, Princess Haya bint Hussein said Sheikha Latifa was a troubled young woman.
    Of course Haya fled to London shortly after, because she found out that she had been living in fantasy land, completely oblivious to The Emir’s mistreatment of women in his palace.
    When she got a small taste of what Sheikha Latifa went through, she immediately packed her shit and fled to London in a private plane.
    She wanted to protect her own daughter, but clearly didn’t give a fuck about Sheikha Latifa.
    This is why step-moms are always to be considered evil, unless proven otherwise.

    I have a billion insults for The Emir. But I can’t blow a verbal volcano up his ass.
    I don’t want to be raided by his commandos in the middle of the night and then killed.
    If you’ve ever been in the Middle East, you know what I’m talking about.

     
  • isvarahparamahkrsnah

    isvarahparamahkrsnah 6:18 am on December 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , CCP, , , Chinese Communist Party, , , , human rights, torture, Zhang Zhan   

    The Price Of Questioning China 

    There’s this Chinese lady, Zhang Zhan, a former lawyer, who’d been exposing the Chinese government’s lies about the Chinese virus.

    The 37 year old will now spend her next 4 birthdays inside a very dark cell.

    In her last video, she said, “The government’s way of managing this city has just been intimidation and threats.”
    That was the straw that broke China’s back.

    She was convicted for “picking quarrels and provoking trouble,” a vague charge commonly used against critics of the Chinese government.

    Don’t believe the Chinese virus originated from the US? Prison!
    Don’t believe the Chinese virus originated in Italy? Prison!
    Did you just call Covid-19 the Chinese Virus? Death! Death! Death!

    I think Zhang Zhan got off quite lightly.
    Compared to Dr Li Wenliang, Dr Ai Fen, Chen Quishi, Fang Bin and many others, who just disappeared.
    What happened to them?
    How did the Chinese Communist Party treat those traitors?
    Did they chop ’em up into pieces and fry them for lunch?
    Y’never know.
    One can only speculate on the communist idea of getting rid of someone. Throwing them into the river would be a waste of multivitamins and protein.
    Since the Chinese Communist Party launched the idea that all wildlife were fit for human consumption, who’s to say they wouldn’t think boiled humans would make a good meal?

    I think Xi Jinping has chewed on human bones for dinner. Just look at the guy – doesn’t he look like some demon out of a horror movie?

    Anyway, free Zhang Zhan. Stop torturing the poor woman you Chinese freaks.

    Where are the online petitions to free Zhang Zhan? Where are the global sanctions on China for disappearing activists?
    Where is the outcry?
    All I’ve seen are articles by various journalists. And that’s all.

    Unless people start thinking about the freedom of Zhang Zhan, the Chinese Communist Party’s actions will continue to degrade and become more abominable.
    Don’t be surprised one day to see Xi Jinping’s henchmen capturing an activist on live television and then chopping him up for their Paramount Leader’s next meal.
    The Uyghurs have already lost their human rights. And the world’s silence on their freedom speaks volumes on China’s next moves.

     
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