#Snowden. WORLD REVOLUTION. Fermeture #megaupload.
Wikileaks Whistleblowers Sites. Hacktivism. Social Media/Alternate, Private social Media. Anon. CyberWar. Information Sharing/Hackerleaks. Freedom of Information. Hacking Society. Online Security and Privacy/Anonymity. Online Freedom. Anti-Censorship. Hacktivism/Digital Activism/Online Privacy, Security,Anonymity. Anonymous. Anonymous. LulzSec. Anti-Censorship. Online Freedom. Mind-boggling. I’m astonished by those who say we shouldn’t be taking the WikiLeaks leaks seriously. Why ever not? They are not rumors, they are not speculations, they are not theories.
They are facts. But of course the US Embassy is not going to comment on them. They cannot dispute the leaks’ veracity. The leaks are raw data in the form of cables the various American embassies sent their home office over a period of time. And nothing could be more compromising. I did say a couple of months ago when we were saber-rattling over the Spratlys that it was all well and good that we had discovered feistiness and assertiveness in the face of a bullying neighbor, an emergent world economic superpower if not a certified political one, but that it would be even finer and better if we could do the same thing vis-à-vis a certified world political superpower, if a patently declining economic one, that had been bullying us for more than a hundred years. Truly, mind-boggling. U.S.-Chile Documents. By Peter Kornbluh National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 8 For more information contact: Peter Kornbluh 202/994-7000 or email@example.com Washington, D.C. – September 11, 1998 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the military coup led by General Augusto Pinochet.
The violent overthrow of the democratically-elected Popular Unity government of Salvador Allende changed the course of the country that Chilean poet Pablo Neruda described as "a long petal of sea, wine and snow"; because of CIA covert intervention in Chile, and the repressive character of General Pinochet's rule, the coup became the most notorious military takeover in the annals of Latin American history. Revelations that President Richard Nixon had ordered the CIA to "make the economy scream" in Chile to "prevent Allende from coming to power or to unseat him," prompted a major scandal in the mid-1970s, and a major investigation by the U.S. Senate. These documents include: Cables written by U.S. Click on the. How Attorney General Eric Holder Colluded With Bank Of America To Destroy Wikileaks And Silence Unfriendly Journalists, Including Glenn Greenwald. Note: This story was published by Wikileaks via Twitter to their 800,000 followers.
In light of the Assange speech this weekend, we are reposting several Wikileaks stories. When we wrote a few weeks ago about Eric Holder, Wikileaks and Bank of America, we focused on the irony of the U.S. Attorney General threatening to prosecute an organization (Wikileaks) that possibly holds the very information on which he might draw up his very first indictment of a major bank or Wall Street executive. Why hasn't Eric Holder asked to see the evidence, which Wikileaks claims to have, that executives at one of our largest banks may have committed serious crimes? Let's be honest, Holder doesn't really give a rip about financial crimes, but the media should at least be asking him why he doesn't want to see the evidence. We know he'd love to get his hands on Julian Assange's hard drive -- why doesn't he want to see Brian Moynihan's (or Ken Lewis's)? But one bit of information has been largely overlooked:
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