Wikileaks 12-08-10

December 8th, 2010

(AntiFascistCalling) – Europeans Accused of “Paranoia” Over Fears of U.S. Economic Espionage, Wikileaks Documents Reveal – Tom Burghardt – Read More Here

(GlobalResearch) – Wikileaks and Media Disinformation – North Korea, Iran and Belarus – Read More Here

(WashingtonsBlog) – WikiLeaks, WikiDrama and WikiGossip – Read More Here

(FoodFreedom) – Criminalizing Whistleblowers: Wikileaks and America’s SHIELD Legislation – Securing Human Intelligence and Enforcing Lawful Dissemination Act (SHIELD) – Rady Ananda – Read More Here

(GlobalResearch) – The Wikileaks Arrest: Unfolding Epic Drama – Eric Walerg – Read More Here

(RealNews) – Video: Wikileaks and the Diplomacy of Secrecy

Gareth Porter, Investigative Journalist and Ray McGovern, Retired CIA Analyst discuss Wikileaks Video Link Here

Wikileaks Mirrors

This page is a mirror of an original at wikileaks website – It will be updated each day as new mirror website are established. Read More Here

(Guardian) – WikiLeaks shows America’s imperious attitude to Pakistan

The WikiLeaks US embassy cables reveal just how dangerously involved the Americans are in every aspect of Pakistan’s affairs Read More Here

(WSWS) – Free Julian Assange! Hands off WikiLeaks! – Read More Here

(LewRockwell) – The Scarlet Pimpernel of Cyberspace – Eric Margolis

The famed fictional Pimpernel, Sir Percy Blakeney, Bart., enraged revolutionary France by snatching aristocrats from the jaws of the guillotine. Our modern version, a curious Australian name Julian Assange, has outraged the United States and given its citizens a chance to see its government at work abroad – and it’s not a pretty sight. Read More Here

(CNN) – Will reading WikiLeaks cost students jobs with the federal government? – Read More Here

(21stCenturyWire) – Wikileaks: Corrupted Oracle or a Cointelpro Asset of the Establishment?

You can judge a tree by its fruit. In the case of Wikileaks, its low-hanging fruit. Read More Here

(RussiaToday) – Video: Julian Assange jailed in London as Visa cuts all payments to WikiLeaks – Video Link Here

(RawStory) – Media outlets may be probed over WikiLeaks stories, Sen. Lieberman claims

Can the US government prosecute media outlets that reported on the WikiLeaks cables? According to Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT), the answer is maybe.

Following the release of thousands of documents by government watchdog WikiLeaks, Lieberman told the The New York Times that he wanted to use “all legal means” against the website. Read More Here

REPOST (RawStory) – WikiLeaks won’t release key to ‘insurance’ file, despite Assange arrest – Read More Here


WikiLeaks is ZioPoison!

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