This video says about itself:
Bolivian President Evo Morales at Cancún Climate Summit: WikiLeaks Cables Reveal “Diplomacy of Empire”.
Australia: Extracts of leaked US diplomatic cables published yesterday by the Sydney Morning Herald show that throughout 2008 and 2009, the United States was growing increasingly concerned over former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s commitment to the war in Afghanistan: here.
Several thousand people demonstrated yesterday in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne—Australia’s largest east coast cities—in defence of WikiLeaks and its jailed founder Julian Assange. The protestors, many of them students and young workers, carried placards supporting Assange and calling for his release. Others angrily denounced Prime Minister Julia Gillard who has publicly declared that WikiLeaks’ publication of US diplomatic cables was “illegal”: here.
Journalist and documentary film-maker John Pilger, an outspoken opponent of the US-led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, spoke to the World Socialist Web Site in defence of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange: here.
A WikiLeaks cable showed that US diplomats pressured the German government to stifle the prosecution of CIA agents who abducted and tortured Khalid El-Masri, a German citizen: here.