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WikiLeaks readying the 'biggest leak of military intelligence ever'

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posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 08:09 AM
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WikiLeaks readying the 'biggest leak of military intelligence ever'


www.rawstory.com

Whistleblower website WikiLeaks is teaming up with news outlets to release a "massive cache" of classified US military field reports on the conflict in Iraq, Newsweek magazine reported recently.

Newsweek quoted Iain Overton, editor of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, a London-based journalism nonprofit, as saying the material constitutes the "biggest leak of military intelligence" ever.
(visit the link for the full news article)




posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 08:10 AM
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Hmm, at some point I have to wonder if the release of these documents might be going overboard, and if it would potentially cause damage to the military.

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NAH!!!!!!!!!!!! Release them!

We're in Afghanistan killing people under false pretenses anyway: Bin Laden STILL hasn't even been indicted for the 9/11 crime!!!!!!!!!

And Al-CIAda is just that: a publicly visible scapegoat created by the CIA.

When are you ever going to learn the concept of BLOWBACK, Mr. CIA?

Well, here is some blowback for yas of the kind you might not have calculated in your little scheme of invading the world.

www.rawstory.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 08:24 AM
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One of the most powerful tactics of a state is to gift the enemy with information which is false, but presented to be true. In the case of Wikileaks, as this whole saga goes on, its becoming clear that the enemy is not another state, rather the people. Are we being duped by Wikileaks?

Rest assured, any reports within Wikileaks 'leaks' about Usama bin Laden will take this baby all the way to the trash.

Don't let us down.



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 08:24 AM
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It's probably not going to be anything really important. I have all but lost faith in WL. All of their leaks turn out to do and/or expose little. Remember "collateral damage"? It didn't really do any good at all. If WL is not a US intelligence asset and they are instead sincere in their mission, then they just may be doing more harm than good.

Because none of their "leaks" are really ground-breaking, people may assume that the government may not have any ground-breaking secrets, especially when WL hypes these releases up. With that being said, my money is on WL being in bed with the government, a sort of disinformation campaign with a little "street cred". They release a few videos and documents that do little, save for give it a tad bit of credibility. There are far too many red-flags popping up for me to take WL seriously.


--airspoon



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 08:27 AM
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I expect that much if not all of this leak will simply spell out what is largely in the public domain already. Should still be worth looking at though.



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:08 AM
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i wouldnt underestimate the situation.

it is clear (at least to me) and always has been that wikileaks is a CIA front Op.. It is still unclear what they wish to gain from all of this and where it is going. however, one can guage the magnitude by following the media if one knows what to look for.

this whole wikileaks ordeal has a purpose,or they wouldnt be spending so much energy on it. and they definitely have something to gain that may or may not be apparent at this point. i think its still in the distraction/build credit phase, which is why we havent seen anything worth discussing. however i think its ultimately building up to some kind of "false flag" on conspiracies as a whole.



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:20 AM
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Originally posted by airspoon
It's probably not going to be anything really important. I have all but lost faith in WL. All of their leaks turn out to do and/or expose little. Remember "collateral damage"? It didn't really do any good at all. If WL is not a US intelligence asset and they are instead sincere in their mission, then they just may be doing more harm than good.

Because none of their "leaks" are really ground-breaking, people may assume that the government may not have any ground-breaking secrets, especially when WL hypes these releases up. With that being said, my money is on WL being in bed with the government, a sort of disinformation campaign with a little "street cred". They release a few videos and documents that do little, save for give it a tad bit of credibility. There are far too many red-flags popping up for me to take WL seriously.


Your post stinks - of truth.

I have my suspicions this pile of data will be boring and unimportant.
I hope you and I are both wrong.



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:25 AM
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I find myself starring two post above that seem to take different views.?? I think that's why I enjoy ATS .

I am presently having a beer and maybe some other medication that I am not at liberty to say, as there are rules you know . I just looked at my clock and its 10;45 and I lost my chance to say its 10;oo am somewhere . AHAH the wiki thing .How did the wiki thing come about? I mean we have wikieverything don't we?

It's really hard to find a source that is unbiased and that doesn't offer their own analyst of the subject matter .Wikileaks defiantly releases a way more info than any other and is short of an opinion .And that's a good thing,or is it? . I wish they would come up with more analyses and opinion, as they have much more info than they are releasing and could probably use that as a tool to pressure the so called insiders to admit to more than they would likely do. If not for the pressure, they seemed to have put on some, done already, we wouldn't have what we have now . There is a big failure on the ptb [powers that be] to control the masses .You might think they are controlling us, but I think they loosing control . This site alone speaks volumes .I haven't visited all other, alternate sources of info but I drop in on lots of them and can say they all have the desire to be more truthful . Maybe wikileaks is the one hundredth monkey . peace

edit for a dot and a peace


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posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:26 AM
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There's an easy way to tell if WL is a government op or not - if the MSM covers it then rest assured it has the stamp of government approval.



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:37 AM
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This is a link to the other thread on this topic www.abovetopsecret.com...

ps.I noticed a birage of new subjects in the firehose that seems to be pecular ..Could that be a ploy by the ptb to shove these stories to the back burner?



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:41 AM
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That thread is talking about the actual institution that its in place to fight the 'war' against Wikileaks.

I don't think the WL threads are getting flooded down... if you want to keep your thread bumped up, post and invite others to post, simple.




posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:51 AM
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Sorry if I did something wrong . I am not real savy on forums and not an astute connoisseur of etiquette.

Maybe we need a wiki page topic? something like the BP gulf oil disaster spot. Sorry if I frigged up. I will promise to try and learn and deny ignorance in the future ..peace




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posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:52 AM
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Originally posted by Asktheanimals
There's an easy way to tell if WL is a government op or not - if the MSM covers it then rest assured it has the stamp of government approval.


Really? So hurricanes, tsunamis and earthquakes fall into this category as well?



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:57 AM
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Originally posted by HunkaHunka

Originally posted by Asktheanimals
There's an easy way to tell if WL is a government op or not - if the MSM covers it then rest assured it has the stamp of government approval.


Really? So hurricanes, tsunamis and earthquakes fall into this category as well?



Hurricanes, tsunamis and earthquakes don't create disparity between opinions on foreign policy.



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 09:59 AM
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only if initiated by haarp.



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 10:47 AM
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Sorry if this may take away from the threads main point of discussion but I think its important to figure out just what is going on . I am going to post a snipt of what is going on, but in a allegorical way using CLIMATE....

"WWF puts out a press release and targets some advertising to show the Amazon turned into a desert, or savannah. Another organisation pipes up with their own analysis of satellite photography of the Amazon that may lend support. Other environmental organisations piggy-back on the WWF’s work with their own press releases, advertising, op-ed contributions, letters to the editor and to politicians (Greenpeace alone has 2.8 million members), and it becomes big news. The fact that it is becoming big news stimulates a second round of media targeting, going after the mainstream media, getting columnists and broadcasters to cover the story–because the story now is the media campaign, not just the Amazon (which by itself is too remote to touch the flinty hearts of editors).

It gives the appearance of a well-coordinated campaign, thought up in the boardrooms of people that readers here have already indicated they distrust, like George Soros or Maurice Strong. But the odds are very good that it is not. It is quick reaction by sympathetic organisations taking advantage of an opportunity to reinforce messages that they have supported since they came into existence." wattsupwiththat.com...-24777

"So I’m not suggesting a plot, or a worldwide conspiracy. As these organisations have grown, they have gotten rich enough to employ savvy media professionals, who do communicate with each other and are quick to spot the main chance. (Sort of like me being willing to help Anthony with a few guest posts, no matter how much I rile up the regulars.)"

So what I think doesn't matter a big bunch but ,How I respond to their propaganda is quite important . PS "

Rick Bradford says:
September 13, 2010 at 4:54 am
The CAGW fanatics have learnt well from a master propagandist, who wrote: “A lie that is a good lie (that is, an effective one) is always a better lie if it is a whopper! The capacity of the masses for absorbing an idea is limited. So make it simple.

“And give it to them in black and white, no half-tones! For otherwise you miss the entire purpose of propaganda, which is to present a clear view of the situation on which the masses are willing to act.” ..............peace



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posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 11:36 AM
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Quality, not Quantity.

This may be the "biggest leak ever", but that doesn't mean it's going to be the "most revealing" or "most explosive".

The "most earth shattering" release of military intelligence would be a one sentence leak of full UFO disclosure.

"The U.S. Defense Department announced today that they have been reverse engineering extraterrestrial space craft designs for the last 40 years and are ready to share the free energy technology they discovered with the rest of the world."



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 02:07 PM
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if wikileaks is a cia front then the purpose would be to make the people feel hopeless and relieved at the same time to assume that someone else will take care of it. All the while they are profiling everyone who is "dissent" materail and preparing to "cut the head of the sheperd to watch the sheep scatter". Message to wikileaks "please tell me something that we dont know". Like all the Israeli links that all of a sudden is starting to get hyped up..... there is no Israeli, Muslim, christian, foreign government etc. conspiracy.... its simple really.... people with money and power who possess no honor or the slightest allegiance to any country or good will ideology ..... PEACE!



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 06:18 PM
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id say you summed it up rather nicely.

lets just hope it doesnt build to something more sinister...something tells me they will try to use these to fuel their cyber security campaign.



posted on Sep, 13 2010 @ 06:23 PM
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It seems some people won't be happy with wikileaks until they personally reveal that the posters favorite conspiracy theory is true.




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