Panama papers shrunk from 2.6 TB to 210 MB

2.6 TB of files leaked by Goldman-Soros-Ford-Rockefeller-funded “The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists” is now available for download here.

Except that, the files are only 210 MB!! (uncompressed). This is because the database only contains objects like Entities, Intermediaries, Officers and Addresses, and lines connecting them (CSV export of a Neo4J DB to be precise). Much like a “Crazy Wall”:

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Unlike a real crazy wall, however, the raw files are not stringed together. It just names people and organizations, and their addresses stringed together.

Essentially it is just a hit list of names which ICIJ want to smear without providing any evidence.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the raw 2.6 TB of files is never shown to the public detailing the nature of the connections between these names. I wouldn’t be surprised if many names friendly to the Goldman-Soros-Ford-Rockefeller cabal was left out from these lists. If we had the raw files we could find out using something called Named Entity Recognition. But I guess only the Ministry of Truth is allowed to look at actual evidence, interpret it for us, and name names.

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