Saturday, December 04, 2010

Yet more Wikileaks links

It is interesting that people have detected various conspiracies behind Wikileaks based on the release of a tiny portion of the total leak.

From questions and answers with Assange:
"Annoying as it may be, the DDoS seems to be good  publicity (if anything, it adds to your credibility). So is getting  kicked out of AWS. Do you agree with this statement? Were you planning  for it?  Thank you for doing what you are doing.
Julian Assange:  Since 2007 we have been deliberately placing some of our servers in jurisdictions that we  suspected suffered a free speech deficit in order to separate rhetoric  from reality. Amazon was one of these cases."
Amazon's convoluted attempt at explaining itself.

"Why Amazon Caved, and What It Means for the Rest of Us"

"Daniel Ellsberg says boycott Amazon"

"Russian Press And Pakistani Courts Apparently Have More Respect For Free Speech Than Joe Lieberman"

You know you are in trouble when your Minister of Defense conspires with your sole external enemy to assist that enemy in attacking your country.

"The Madrid Cables"

"AZERBAIJAN: President Aliyev compared unfavorably to hot-headed mobster in WikiLeaks cable"

"The Ambassador Has No Clothes"

"WikiLeaks Exposes Israeli Mafia’s Growing Influence"

Interesting comment:  wasn't this the method used in the attack on Iranian nuclear scientists?

"State Department Telling Students Who Apply For Jobs That If They Mention Wikileaks On Twitter, They Won't Be Hired"  Part of the Wikileaks plan is to dumb down the hiring policies of the secret keepers.

"Wikileaks Redactions Are Cowardly"

Glenn Greenwald embarrasses the hell out of Steven Aftergood, who is either a complete idiot or part of the conspiracy.
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