Thursday, December 09, 2010

Can 4chan save the world?

"'Anonymous' hackers hit Visa, Mastercard and Sarah Palin in WikiLeaks revenge"  All the companies who have messed with Wikileaks are completely dependent on the internet.  Random outages would destroy their businesses in a couple of months.  In order to be best friends with Hillary and get invited to a couple of Washington parties, executives of these companies essentially put their whole businesses at risk.  This is a massive breach of fiduciary duty to the corporations they are supposed to be working for, and if it leads to losses - and never underestimate the power of 4chan - should be met by shareholder lawsuits.

DataCell:  "News in respect to Wikileaks"

"Caving to pressure from supporters, PayPal releases WikiLeaks’ funds [Update: PayPal down]"

"WikiLeaks cables reveal secret plan to push Mugabe out in Zimbabwe"

"WikiLeaks cables: Shell's grip on Nigerian state revealed"

"WikiLeaks cables claim al-Jazeera changed coverage to suit Qatari foreign policy"

"How the Saudis control their media"

"WikiLeaks cables: Saudi princes throw parties boasting drink, drugs and sex"  It won't be long until their heads are at the end of pikes.

"Wikileaks: Tunisia, the 'friend' that isn't"  Tunisia made massive social progress under President Bourguiba, and has been backsliding ever since his death.

"WikiLeaks cables: Secret deal let Americans sidestep cluster bomb ban"

"WikiLeaks exposes US cover-up of Georgian attack on South Ossetia"

"Bolivia Ambassador to UN Pablo Solón Responds to Secret U.S. Manipulation of Climate Talks Revealed in WikiLeaks Cable"  Maybe the single most important leak of all thus far.

"WikiLeaks cables cast fresh light on coup against former Australian PM Rudd"  It was a coup d'état in Australia using a phony 'lefty'.

"List of facilities 'vital to US security' leaked"  This is oddly not under a higher level of classification and they gathered the information in a strangely relaxed way.

Iran, not Israel, is the big winner from the release of these cables, as they prove conclusively that the United States, one nation under ZOG, has never even tried to negotiate in good faith:  "Why Should Iran Trust President Obama?"  Now that Israel has simultaneously learned that:

  1. Hezbollah can flatten the whole country with rockets; and
  2. the Jews have spent so much money killing people and stealing their land that they have completely neglected their own infrastructure needs - as proved by their inability to fight a forest fire - and will be completely incapable of rescuing people from a Hezbollah counterattack to yet another illegal Jewish war
they may have to scale back their war plans.

"Did Library Of Congress Lie? White House Says No Requirement To Block Wikileaks"  More of the gumming up of the process that Assange intended.

"Cables Belie Gulf States’ Backing for Strikes on Iran"  A little common sense and actual reading applied to the barefaced lies of the Jew York Times.

Actually, if you look at the results so far, with still only a tiny fraction of cables released, Iran is now  more powerful than ever and is the big winner of the leaks. Perhaps Assange did a deal with President Ahmedinejad, which Ahmedinejad is trying to hide by claiming it is all a Zionist plot!  By the way, isn't it time to permanently throw all the lousy poseur entrepreneurs - Tarpley, Madsen, Alex Jones, etc. - under the bus?  Their mercantile stupidity is holding us back.

I'm sick and tired of these imperialists masquerading as feminists claiming that rape is a serious thing and while the prosecution looks iffy, we have to wait to know all the facts.  We fucking have all the facts.  Assange committed no possible crime.  "Assange Case: Ny Knows the Girls Made it Up but Doesn't Care"  Shouldn't Ny be instantly:

  1. fired;
  2. disbarred for prosecutorial misconduct of the highest order?
The Swedes don't seem to have noticed that they have lost all their good international reputation in the last few days and now look like a judicial banana republic.

"More World Press Freedom Day: Welcome to Okke Ornstein's twilight zone"  Still unclear on the concept.

Slight change of subject.
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