Anonymous B joined in and replied with this 1 week ago, 14 minutes later[^][v]#761,470
Fun fact: the Russian word for 'password' is 'parole', which is the French word for 'speech', and 'speech' is the Russian word for 'match' (the kind you use to make a fire), 'match' being the Russian word for 'ball' (as in football).
Anonymous C joined in and replied with this 1 week ago, 2 hours later, 2 hours after the original post[^][v]#761,568
Fun fact: "Password" has 8 letters and "parole" has 6 letters. Add them together and you get 14 letters total. If you subtract "match" (5 letters) you get a 9. The word "speech" has 6 letters and the word "match" has 5 letters. If you add 6 and 5 you get 11. Aside from the obvious 9/11 connection, you can arrange the letters in "password" "podesta" "speech" "parole" and "ball" into a sentence that, once passed through a monoalphabetic cypher, spells out the phrase "jet fuel doesn't burn that hot" in Farsi. If you take every sixth letter in that sentence, then those letters spell out "Jews" (remember, the Star of David has six points) It's all pretty clear when you look closely.