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WikiLeaks Releases Hundreds of Thousands of Classified Documents in Defiance of U.S. Demands

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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:47 PM
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Some of the diplomatic papers stolen from the State Department and leaked Sunday by Wikileaks show more than just potentially embarrassing revelations about U.S. views of allies but disturbing developments among alleged friends as well as foes and competitive states. The details from the cables being released -- among 250,000 illegally taken from secret State Department records -- include discussions on the U.S. being unable to stop Syrian arms to Hezbollah, its disappointment in Qatar to stop funding terrorism and hacking by the Chinese government of U.S. computers


www.foxnews.com

~Namaste




posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:48 PM
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Do you have the link to the site ...

Por favor...



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:49 PM
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Not good... Some pretty revealing things in this release and just scratching the surface.

The US is going to have some egg to wipe off their face.

~Namaste



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:50 PM
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US embassy cables leak sparks global diplomacy crisis
• More than 250,000 dispatches reveal US foreign strategies
• Diplomats ordered to spy on allies as well as enemies
• Hillary Clinton leads frantic 'damage limitation'
www.guardian.co.uk...


Israel primed to attack a nuclear Iran
US embassy cables show security service has told Washington 'all options' are on table if Iranian bomb looks inevitable
www.guardian.co.uk...

Secret EU plot to boycott Ahmadinejad inauguration
US embassy cables reveal ambassadors were worried Iranian president would get in first and cancel their invitations
www.guardian.co.uk...

Saudi Arabia urges US attack on Iran to stop nuclear programme
• Embassy cables show Arab allies want strike against Tehran
• Israel prepared to attack alone to avoid its own 9/11
• Iranian bomb risks 'Middle East proliferation, war or both'
www.guardian.co.uk...

More coverage
www.guardian.co.uk...
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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:50 PM
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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:52 PM
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In coordination with your post

wikileaks under attack



(CNN) -- The whistleblower website WikiLeaks is under cyber attack, but even if it goes down, a new cache of leaked U.S. diplomatic cables will still be published Sunday night, it said via Twitter Sunday.



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:52 PM
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Been waiting for this all week!! *Grabs the popcorn*
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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:55 PM
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I believe the cyber attack reference is by using the same thing that took out the clearing house in the banking glitch that happen in Australia. Its like that worm thing that took out the Iran nuclear rods...which I'm positive was developed by a covert geek within one of our US governmental agencies.
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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:56 PM
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its allright

link to ops main story



WikiLeaks Releases Hundreds of Thousands of Classified Documents in Defiance of U.S. Demands Nov 28, 2010 1:30 PM EST Some of the diplomatic papers stolen from the State Department and leaked Sunday by Wikileaks show more than just potentially embarrassing revelations about U.S. views of allies but disturbing developments among alleged friends as well as foes and competitive states. The details from the cables being released -- among 250,000 illegally taken from secret State Department records -- include discussions on the U.S. being unable to stop Syrian arms to Hezbollah, its disappointment in Qatar to stop funding terrorism and hacking by the Chinese government of U.S. computers Samples of some of the thousands of documents that were to be released by Wikileaks Sunday night began leaking out midday after the German newspaper Der Spiegel and The New York Times released excerpts earlier than planned. The Wikileaks website tweeted out a copy of an article that appeared on the Gawker website taken out of Der Spiegel, which posted copies of its newspaper ahead of time. Moments later The New York Times released some of the details of documents it had acquired. The Guardian followed suit. The massive dump began after Wikileaks announced that it had been the victim of a "denial of service" attack but that it was still releasing documents via its international newspaper partners. Wikileaks announced Sunday morning via Twitter that it was "currently under a mass distributed denial of service attack," which shuts down access to the site, but "El Pais, Le Monde, Speigel, Guardian & NYT will publish many US embassy cables tonight, even if WikiLeaks goes down The Obama administration has told whistle-blower WikiLeaks that its expected imminent release of classified State Department cables will put "countless" lives at risk, threaten global counterterrorism operations and jeopardize U.S. relations with its allies.


I posted the whole story due to editing issues with a few site earlier I have encountered...

I am preventing amnesia tactics...

Live long and party on



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:00 PM
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You mean... ISRAELI MOSSAD RELEASES THEIR NEXT PSY-OPS OPERATION ..!!!!



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:00 PM
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You mean... ISRAELI MOSSAD RELEASES THEIR NEXT PSY-OPS OPERATION ..!!!!

Double post ..Sorry... but it doesn't hurt to say it twice.
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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:01 PM
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Funny how the Government is so concerned about people's lives now. No one has ever been indicted, much less convicted, in connection with the Valerie Plame leak. Her life, and every agent she worked with, was put in danger. I say let the leaks fly and hopefully war crime convictions to follow.



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:03 PM
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After reading through, it doesn't really paint that us in that bad of light... it more so makes Iran look bad... Soooo, I could agree with this....


Originally posted by GammaRayBurst
You mean... ISRAELI MOSSAD RELEASES THEIR NEXT PSY-OPS OPERATION ..!!!!



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:08 PM
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I'm looking forward to reading some of this juicy gossip , especially concerning China , Iran , and North Korea .

Perfect timing , in my opinion .

"... relax , it's just a little pin-prick , there'll be no more AAARRRGGGHHH , but you may feel a little sick ... "



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:23 PM
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Thank you for reposting... Monitoring this from my phone...

New York Times has quite a bit more details on some of the specific cables... Very interesting. We are basically making some outright accusations against other states such as China, which would explain the need for Clinton to speak with them. We are saying that an inside source in China admitted to the Chinese using hackery to get rid of Google as well as spying on the US and hacking our intelligence centers. We already know as much, but this removes speculation and doubt, and changes some things from the realm of conspiracy to confirmed facts. Interesting times indeed... Can't wait to see what else is coming...

~Namaste



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:31 PM
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They do not care about the lives of ANYONE...

All they care about is how this breaks down business relationships and stops the illegitamate flow of money into their coffers.

But you are right... Other leaks that didn't involve embarrassment of political heads never resulted in anything, especially not arrests, yet now they are concerned of "countless" lives??

I don't think it's ok to risk people's lives, but the only thing I see at risk here is reputations and money.

~Namaste



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 02:00 PM
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The following article contains excerpts and references from the leaked documents.

Zero Hedge reports:


The latest Wikileaks data dump has been released and it is about to make the world hate the US just that little bit more: it represents a massive sampling of the daily traffic between the State Department and some 270 embassies and consulates. And as the attached front page of tomorrow’s Der Spiegel shows, according to the unclassified US embassy cables, America had something quite unpleasant to say about virtually everyone, culminating with Ahmadinejad, who was called “Hitler.”

But aside from the unpleasantries which may or may not be buried (and don’t expect a prompt burial: Der Spiegel is already on the case and has this to say, “251,000 State Department documents, many of them secret embassy reports from around the world, show how the US seeks to safeguard its influence around the world. It is nothing short of a political meltdown for US foreign policy“) the far bigger question will be how the once great American superpower could have allowed such a huge oversight in traditionally classified diplomacy. Very soon the once legendary US foreign service department will be butt of all jokes. Perhaps it is time for someone within the administration to finally take some blame for this fiasco, although we most certainly are not holding our breath for a Hillary Clinton resignation.


The actual searchable leaked dump can be found here.



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 04:03 PM
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Originally posted by mnemeth1
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The following article contains excerpts and references from the leaked documents.

Zero Hedge reports:


The latest Wikileaks data dump has been released and it is about to make the world hate the US just that little bit more: it represents a massive sampling of the daily traffic between the State Department and some 270 embassies and consulates. And as the attached front page of tomorrow’s Der Spiegel shows, according to the unclassified US embassy cables, America had something quite unpleasant to say about virtually everyone, culminating with Ahmadinejad, who was called “Hitler.”

But aside from the unpleasantries which may or may not be buried (and don’t expect a prompt burial: Der Spiegel is already on the case and has this to say, “251,000 State Department documents, many of them secret embassy reports from around the world, show how the US seeks to safeguard its influence around the world. It is nothing short of a political meltdown for US foreign policy“) the far bigger question will be how the once great American superpower could have allowed such a huge oversight in traditionally classified diplomacy. Very soon the once legendary US foreign service department will be butt of all jokes. Perhaps it is time for someone within the administration to finally take some blame for this fiasco, although we most certainly are not holding our breath for a Hillary Clinton resignation.


The actual searchable leaked dump can be found here.



Security problem? Surely not. Perhaps they should try scanners!
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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 04:10 PM
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Originally posted by SonOfTheLawOfOne
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Not good... Some pretty revealing things in this release and just scratching the surface.

The US is going to have some egg to wipe off their face.

~Namaste


I think it is going to be the whole hen house.
It is time for these currupt people in power to
be shown the light of day.



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