The Guccifer Message: Don’t Mess with the Global Elite

Kurt Nimmo

The next few years will be hell for Guccifer, aka Marcel Lazar, the Romanian who hacked Hillary Clinton, close Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal, George W. Bush, Colin Powell, former FBI and Secret Service agents and—the most dangerous targets—members of the Rockefeller family, the Council on Foreign Relations, and a Federal Reserve Board member.

On Thursday Lazar was sentenced 52 months in federal prison. He was convicted of aggravated identity theft and unauthorized access to a protected computer. Federal District Court Judge James Cacheris sentenced Lazar to 24 months and 28 months on the charges and ordered those sentences to be served consecutively, according to UPI.

After serving time in the United States, he will be sent back to Romania to serve an additional seven years in prison.

Fox News reported “what is also striking about Guccifer’s case is that the US government had him extradited from Romania before his seven year prison term was complete and that just doesn’t happen. In addition, the US typically extradites hackers when there is significant financial fraud or there is the accessing of a government system, and that was not true in Guccifier’s case.”

Obviously, the government wants to make an example of Lazar and send a message to other hackers and whistleblowers.

Don’t mess with the global elite and their henchmen.

In 2014 Lazar told The New York Times the reason he hacked the accounts of top members of the global elite was to discover “a potpourri of conspiracy theories about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the 1997 death of Princess Diana and alleged plans for a nuclear attack in Chicago in 2015.”

Lazar said the world is run by the Illuminati and a cabal of globalists. “This world is run by a group of conspirators called the Council of Illuminati, very rich people, noble families, bankers and industrialists from the 19th and 20th century,” he told the Times.