Here is Part 2.
The latest round of US diplomatic cables distributed by WikiLeaks have cast fresh light on the circumstances surrounding the anti-democratic Labor Party coup on June 23-24 that ousted Kevin Rudd as Australian prime minister: here.
Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd said today that the US government is responsible for the leaking of hundreds of thousands of classified diplomatic memos and cautioned against blaming the website that published them: here.
Dutch Internet whizzkid Arnoud Vermeer, interviewed by daily De Volkskrant:
Now, you are allowed to use your Visa or Mastercard to give money to the Ku Klux Klan; however, no donations to WikiLeaks anymore.
The website and personal credit card information of former Gov. Sarah Palin were cyber-attacked today by Wikileaks supporters, the 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate tells ABC News in an email: here.
This 2017 video from the USA is about Noam Chomsky on the CIA and WikiLeaks.
Women linked to Assange don’t want him charged: here.
Since when is Interpol [the investigative arm of the International Criminal Court at The Hague] so vigilant about violence against women? If women’s security is suddenly Interpol’s priority — that’s big news! Here.
ASSANGE RAPE ALLEGATIONS QUESTIONED BY WOMEN’S RAPE ACTIVIST: here
Julian Assange lawyer: People calling for his murder should be investigated for inciting violence: here.
The World from Berlin: Assange’s ‘Martyr Status’ Further Damages US Reputation: here.
WikiLeaks: Lockerbie bomber was released even though ministers expected him to live for years: here.
This Case Must Not Obscure What WikiLeaks Has Told Us: here.
WikiLeaks, a forgotten people, and the record-breaking marine reserve: here.
How Has Wikileaks Managed to Keep Its Site Up and Running? Here.