Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Mostly meta-leaks

"Is The US Response To Wikileaks Really About Overhyping Online Threats To Pass New Laws?":
". . . Richard Clarke . . .  said that the US government has had an 'iPatriot Act' sitting in a drawer, ready to go at a moment's notice whenever there was 'an i-9/11 event.' 
Except there's been no such event."
"Funding illegal Israeli settlements? Priceless.":
"Visa, Mastercard and PayPal all enable donations to be made to US-registered groups funding illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank in defiance of international law.

It appears at least one of the major credit cards also enables donations to an extremist Jewish group that has placed a bounty on the lives of Palestinians.

All three have in the last week ceased enabling donations to WikiLeaks. Neither Mastercard nor Visa have explained the basis for their decision to do so. PayPal has backed away from its initial claim that the US State Department told PayPal WikiLeaks had broken the law after the claim was discredited. This is the third occasion on which PayPal has suspended payment services for WikiLeaks."
"Death Squads versus Democracy"

"Who is Behind Wikileaks?"  Chossudovsky outs himself as part of the problem that we need to fix.  His arguments are hilariously weak.

"Military Bans Disks, Threatens Courts-Martial to Stop New Leaks":  the next leak will be burned to a disc that looks like a video game, requiring that soldiers stop playing video games.  "Air Force Blocks New York Times Site Over Wikileaks":  at least they will receive fewer lies to fool them into fighting Wars For The Jews.  In between murdering innocent civilians, just what are American soldiers going to do for entertainment?


No more Ikea for me.
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