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Wikileaks – SPYFILES

Since early December 2011 Wikileaks have been releasing a new cache of startling information which reveals and confirms the extent to which the international survellience industry is recording and trading all mediums of personal communication world-wide. The founders of this site have been in partial hiatus over the summer period and we are now slowly […]

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WikiLeaks: Shorten seeks US approval for prime ministership

A confidential cable leaked today by WikiLeaks from the US consulate in Melbourne contains an extraordinary portrait of federal Labor MP Bill Shorten as a power hungry sycophant and containssimilar allegations from last year that the foreign power is being provided detailed inside information about government ministers and the ALP. The cable, covering a meeting on the 11th June […]

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The WikiLeaks Australian cable dump: choice picks

Sourced at Crikey.com by Bernard Keane After a stoush with Jonathan Holmes on Twitter last night after Media Watch accused Fairfax of hoarding diplomatic cables for commercial purposes, WikiLeaks promised overnight to make public all available Australian cables. And just after 11.30am AEST, after an abortive released of all the Viennese cables, it released the remaining Australian cables. Here are some […]

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Cablegate Resources

Sourced @ WLCentral Submitted by x7o on Fri, 08/26/2011 – 08:14 Contents 1. Introduction 2. Data Resources 3. Revelations 4. WL Central Coverage . 1. Introduction A momentous release by WikiLeaks of 251,287 US diplomatic cables started on November 28, 2010 in conjunction with The Guardian, Le Monde, El País, Der Spiegel and The New York Times. […]

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WikiLeaks to Release 35,000 Cables: What’s Been Revealed So Far

Sourced at: Firedoglake By: Kevin Gosztola Tuesday August 23, 2011 10:32 pm Just Over 5,000 Cables Released Already WikiLeaks is about to release 35,000 US State Embassy cables, nearly fifteen percent of the 250,000 or so cables it obtained and began to release last November as part of Cablegate. The organization made the announcement on […]

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How WikiLeaks Is Helping Change Malaysia

Sourced from WL Central Submitted by Jaraparilla on Thu, 08/04/2011 – 18:04 Late last year, Malaysian Opposition Leader Dr Anwar Ibrahim was being labelled “WikiLeaks’ first Malaysian victim” after the Sydney Morning Herald released a US cable suggesting he had knowingly “walked into” a sex trap. But the purported evidence quickly dissolved into hearsay when Singapore’s intelligences services could […]

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WikiLeaks: Bush, Obama passed on sanctioning Syrian insiders

Sourced from  McClatchy By Kevin G. Hall | McClatchy Newspapers August 3, 2011 WASHINGTON — Two U.S. administrations declined in recent years to place sanctions on Syrian officials who now are involved in that country’s harsh crackdown on dissidents, despite the officials’ involvement in crushing internal opposition previously, according to secret State Department cables obtained […]

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UK’s secret policy on torture revealed

Sourced from The Guardian Exclusive: Document shows intelligence officers instructed to weigh importance of information sought against pain inflicted Ian Cobain guardian.co.uk, Thursday 4 August 2011 12.42 BST Article history A number of men said they were questioned by MI5 and MI6 officers after being tortured at Guantánamo Bay. Photograph: Mark Wilson/Getty Images A top-secret document revealing […]

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WikiLeaks Cables of Interest on Latin America, Released July 11-23, 2011

Source from Upside Down World By Dawn Paley July 26, 2011 BOLIVIA GoB found close US embassy contact w/ “human rights” NGO in New York was behind cell planning to kill Morales bit.ly/pUFsKt#cablegate Info on the members of cell accused of bomb & plot to kill Morales, incl Irish & Hungarian mercenaries bit.ly/nYoEVM #cablegate USG dismisses conspiracy to […]

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Amy Goodman Hosts Discussion With WikiLeaks Editor-In-Chief Julian Assange and Slovenian Philosopher Slavoj Žižek

An inspirational and very entertaining discussion between Julian Assange and Slavoj Zizek, moderated by Amy Goodman. Much has been written about it already, both on twitter and the special blog opened by the Frontline Club (1 , 2) for the occasion. A video of the event:

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