Wikileaks new revelations

This video is called Julian Assange: Why the world needs WikiLeaks.

WikiLeaks tried today to publish new revelations, especially on United States war and other foreign policies.

However, their site is still inaccesible due to a cyber attack.

Meanwhile, we already have, eg, the WikiLeaks coverage on the site of German weekly Der Spiegel (in English): here.

Saudi king ‘repeatedly requested’ US attack Iran, according to WikiLeaks docs: here.

Evidence of Iran nuclear weapons program may be fraudulent: here.

The United States, locked in the kind of twilight disconnect that grips dying empires, is a country entranced by illusions. It spends its emotional and intellectual energy on the trivial and the absurd. It is captivated by the hollow stagecraft of celebrity culture as the walls crumble. This celebrity culture giddily licenses a dark voyeurism into other people’s humiliation, pain, weakness and betrayal. Day after day, one lurid saga after another, whether it is Michael Jackson, Britney Spears or John Edwards, enthralls the country … despite bank collapses, wars, mounting poverty or the criminality of its financial class: here.

“In a democracy, people have a right 2 know what their govt is actually doing”: here.

Wikileaks Lets Us, as Citizens, Know What’s Going On: here.

Greg Mitchell (@GregMitch) is liveblogging the WikiLeaks release all day today: here.

The batch of 250,000 US classified documents released by WikiLeaks to several news outlets, some of whose content was made public Sunday, sheds new light on the sordid nature of American imperialist intrigue and conspiracy around the globe: here.

Watch our extensive interview with whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg about WikiLeaks embassy documents: here.

US Pressured Germany Not to Prosecute CIA Officers for Torture and Rendition: here.

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  1. Wikileaks memo confirms US nuclear weapons are in Holland

    Monday 29 November 2010

    A memo from the US ambassador to Germany which has been placed online by
    Wikileaks appears to confirm that US nuclear weapons are kept on Dutch soil.

    In a discussion about the withdrawal of US weapons from Europe, the memo states:
    ‘a withdrawal of nuclear weapons from Germany and perhaps from Belgium and the
    Netherlands could make it very difficult politically for Turkey to maintain its
    own stockpile.’

    It was written by US ambassador Philip Murphy in November 2009.

    The government has never confirmed that nuclear weapons are kept on Dutch soil.

    Socialist Party MP Harry van Bommel called on the government to now stop being
    so secretive and admit to their presence.

    According to the Volkskrant, Wikileaks has 3,021 memos sent by the US embassy in
    The Hague but these have not yet been published.


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