More WikiLeaks disclosures

This video is called Wikileaks Cablegate.

US State Department cables released by WikiLeaks have unveiled secret NATO plans for a US-led war against Russia over the Baltic states: here.

Washington is relentlessly pursuing Julian Assange and WikiLeaks for exposing the truth behind American imperialism’s secret operations, while protecting Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse, who freely struts the world stage: here.

Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has blamed the United States, and not WikiLeaks founder and Australian citizen Julian Assange, for the leaking of thousands of secret diplomatic cables: here.

Australia: Key coup plotters in the Labor Party and trade unions—including senators Mark Arbib and David Feeney, and Australian Workers Union chief Paul Howes—secretly provided the US embassy with regular updates on internal government discussions and divisions within the party leadership: here.

German attacks on the WikiLeaks web site reveal the abandonment of democratic principles within the political establishment and media: here.



WikiLeaks cables: Oil giants squeeze Chávez as Venezuela struggles: here.

US Government Censors 70 Websites: here.

Computer hackers continued their war on Wednesday against companies including Mastercard, Paypal and Visa who have cut off payments to whistleblowing website WikiLeaks: here.

4 thoughts on “More WikiLeaks disclosures

  1. Bolivian government posts leaked US cables

    Bolivia: Vice-President Alvaro Garcia Linera has posted all Bolivia-related US diplomatic communiques released by WikiLeaks on his official website.

    Mr Garcia explained on Wednesday that he wants people to know the “barbarities and insults” of what he called Washington’s “interventionist infiltration.”

    His site features two quotes, “The truth will set you free” from the New Testament and “Every organisation rests on a mountain of secrets” from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.


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    Legal experts say WikiLeaks has likely broken no laws. Yet top US politicians have called it a terrorist group and commentators have urged assassination of its staff. The organization has come under massive government and corporate attack, but WikiLeaks is only publishing information provided by a whistleblower. And it has partnered with the world’s leading newspapers (NYT, Guardian, Spiegel etc) to carefully vet the information it publishes.

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    WikiLeaks isn’t acting alone — it’s partnered with the top newspapers in the world (New York Times, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, etc) to carefully review 250,000 US diplomatic cables and remove any information that it is irresponsible to publish. Only 800 cables have been published so far. Past WikiLeaks publications have exposed government-backed torture, the murder of innocent civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, and corporate corruption.

    The US government is currently pursuing all legal avenues to stop WikiLeaks from publishing more cables, but the laws of democracies protect freedom of the press. The US and other governments may not like the laws that protect our freedom of expression, but that’s exactly why it’s so important that we have them, and why only a democratic process can change them.

    Reasonable people can disagree on whether WikiLeaks and the leading newspapers it’s partnered with are releasing more information than the public should see. Whether the releases undermine diplomatic confidentiality and whether that’s a good thing. Whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has the personal character of a hero or a villain. But none of this justifies a vicious campaign of intimidation to silence a legal media outlet by governments and corporations. Click below to join the call to stop the crackdown:

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    Law experts say WikiLeaks in the clear (ABC)

    WikiLeaks are a bunch of terrorists, says leading U.S. congressman (Mail Online)

    Cyber guerrillas can help US (Financial Times)

    Amazon drops WikiLeaks under political pressure (Yahoo)

    “WikiLeaks avenged by hacktivists” (PC World):

    US Gov shows true control over Internet with WikiLeaks containment (

    US embassy cables culprit should be executed, says Mike Huckabee (The Guardian)

    WikiLeaks ditched by MasterCard, Visa. Who’s next? (The Christian Science Monitor)

    Assange’s Interpol Warrant Is for Having Sex Without a Condom (The Slatest)

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