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US/NATO sources exposed (Wikileaks)

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posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 04:16 AM
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If this has already been posted, please delete this, I did a search but couldn't find it. Anyways, it seems US/NATO sources have been exposed by Wikileaks, will this lead to revenge attacks, after all, a lot of people are out to get these apparent traitors, or collaborators of foreign regimes.



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2. (U) Acting Regional Representative for UNHCR, Dr. Hamdi
Bukhari (Strictly Protect) elaborated on UNHCR press release
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1. (C) Summary: Rio Principal Officer, accompanied by PAO,
met on 23 October with Felipe Donoso (strictly protect), the
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10. (S/NF) ISN/CTR met with the Deputy Chief of Mission,
Lorenzo Kluzer (strictly protect) at the Italian Embassy to
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accept the five Uighur detainees on a &long-term temporary
basis.8 (Note: Strictly protect - President Nasheed will
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1. (C) PolOff recently met with Hassan Ahmed Makhtal
(strictly protect), a former Ogadeni (Somali region) tribal
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6. (C) Turning the discussion to Jerry Rawlings himself,
Gbeho (strictly protect) noted that Rawlings remains an
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constantly seeking balance between work and family. Mohammed
Bouabdelli (strictly protect), a former school master who
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5. (S) Egyptian diplomat Marwa Fouad (strictly protect) told
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7.(S) Sinaan al-Majali (strictly protect) of the Jordanian
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Summary.
2. (C) Major Mekonen Geleta (strictly protect), a Member of
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2. (C) Acting Regional Representative for UNHCR, Dr. Hamdi
Bukhari (Strictly Protect) discussed two security and
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back to Afghanistan after a routine training/rest period.
(C/NOFORN) Afghanistan cont\'d (STRICTLY PROTECT until
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position (ref A). This loss, Damascus Declaration member
Fawaz Tello (strictly protect) speculated in a November 13
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3. (S/NF) In a separate November 15 meeting with Pol/Econ Chief,
Italian DCM Lorenzo Kluzer (strictly protect) confirmed that
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al-Hasani and Haitham al-Maleh had produced, Catherine
al-Tali (strictly protect) told us state security services
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General Zuheir Hamad ordered Muhanad\'s brother Mulham
al-Hasani (strictly protect) to report to security offices
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3. (C) In a separate meeting, the Executive Secretary
(strictly protect) of the Political Party Forum (an
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2. (C) Cargill\'s sugar refinery manager Anio Du Pisani
(strictly protect) told us November 15 that officials from
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2. (C) Acting UNHCR Regional Representative Dr. Hamdi
Bukhari (Strictly Protect) confirmed previous reporting by
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investigation by the CID, something that Kosmos Energy
Country Manager Kevin Black (strictly protect) feels has
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5. (C) Kevin Black (strictly protect) informed Econ Chief of
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6. (C) Following the publication of the Daily Guide article,
Kosmos Energy COO Brian Maxted (strictly protect) briefed the
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direction than the Turkish organizers had desired. A senior
member of the BiH Mission to NATO (strictly protect)
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2. (C) Maan Abdul Salam (strictly protect), the founding
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1. (S/NF) SUMMARY: The U.S. Deputy Director of the Secretary
General\'s Private Office Jeff Rathke (strictly protect) told
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2. (C) \"The Internet situation in China is worsening,\" said
Zhang Shihe (aka Lao Hu Miao, strictly protect), who was part
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trend will be permanent. Prolific blogger Yang Hengjun
(strictly protect), another panelist, expressed similar
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4. (C) Conference organizers Wen Yunchao (aka Bei Feng,
strictly protect) and Mao Xianghui (aka Isaac Mao, strictly
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force that can be generated through the Internet. David Feng
(strictly protect), a longtime conference participant, also
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Chang Ping, strictly protect), a celebrated blogger and former
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Firewall would be the greatest achievement of this century.
Likewise, Teng Biao (strictly protect), a Beijing human rights
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whom ConGenOff spoke made similar statements. Zhang Le
(strictly protect), a second-time conference participant,
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was \"driven out of large cities,\" said Wen Yunchao (aka Bei
Feng, strictly protect), a prominent blogger and one of the
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3. (C) Another organizer, Mao Xianghui (aka Isaac Mao,
strictly protect), also commented to ConGenOff that many
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individuals can together change the world, explained keynote
speaker Hu Yong (strictly protect), an associate professor at
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people want to understand China, they can use Twitter,\" said
David Feng (strictly protect), a self-proclaimed avid Twitter
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9. (C) Twitter was again widely discussed during two other
sessions. Zui Hulu (pseudonym, strictly protect) led a
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session, Twitter was hailed as the tool that helped free Guo
Baofeng (aka Amoiist, strictly protect), who was detained in
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Firewall and access blocked sites like Twitter. Led by Zhou
Shuguang (aka Zuola, strictly protect), the presentation
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form a \"high-level political mechanism\" to break Nepal\'s
political impasse, according to K.P. Oli (strictly protect),
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4. (C) Pedro Almoguera (strictly protect throughout), Technical
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13.9 percent of government deposits in the financial sector. End
note.) Bernardo Chacin (strictly protect), president of Citibank
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would pose a systemic risk). According to Banesco Executive Vice
President Carmen Lorenzo (strictly protect throughout), the
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Venezuela\'s leading wireless service providers. Digitel director
Ricardo Mata (strictly protect) told Econoffs November 17 that
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7. (C) In a separate conversion with P/E chief on November 15,
Italian DCM Lorenzo Kluzer (strictly protect) expressed his
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2. (C) Ahmed Ubaid (strictly protect), an Iraqi diplomat
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(reftels). According to Ambassador Jacques Pitteloud
(strictly protect), Head of the Political Secretariat
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3. (S/NF) In a November 18 meeting with DCM, Ambassador
Jacques Pitteloud (strictly protect), Head of the Political
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Berdimuhamedov\'s wish, gazelles from the Badhyz
nature preserve, which is a strictly protected area
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1. (C) Syrian Human Rights Organization - SWASIAH activist
and lawyer Catherine al-Tali (strictly protect) told us on
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1. (C) SRSG for Chad Victor Angelo (STRICTLY PROTECT) called
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1. (C) Summary: Kurdish Democratic Front Secretary General
Abdul Hakim Bashar (strictly protect) detailed backchannel
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to discuss resources for Afghanistan, La Russa advisor Ruben
(please strictly protect) called Pol M/C to confirm that the
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4. (C) At a Thanksgiving dinner last evening, prominent
Jeddah attorney Kareem Nazir (strictly protect), son of
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5. (S) In a subsequent conversation with DCM after Williams\'
departure, Campbell (strictly protect) said Anglican-Vatican
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5. (S) In a subsequent conversation with DCM after Williams\'
departure, Campbell (strictly protect) said Anglican-Vatican
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and Nepali businessman Dinesh Manandhar accompanied
Prachanda. Manandhar (strictly protect) told Emboff November
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at the official exchange rate, Bs 10,000 = USD 4,651). Orlando
Ochoa (strictly protect throughout), an economist with close ties
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anticipation of possible GBRV intervention, a point made by
brokerage executive Miguel Octavio (strictly protect) on his
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2. (C) Summary. Observers in the French shipbuilding industry
(strictly protect) provided background information on prospects for
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Southern Daily Group or closely associated with the
Southern Weekend (strictly protect all), have confirmed
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There is at least 2000 US/NATO collaborator's names exposed:

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posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 04:23 AM
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It's David Leigh of The Guardian's fault, not Wikileaks'. He published the password to the un-redacted cables in his new book. Wikileaks has always painstakingly went through their documents to make sure no informants get exposed.



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 04:27 AM
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Originally posted by Terrorist
reply to post by confreak
 


It's David Leigh of The Guardian's fault, not Wikileaks'. He published the password to the un-redacted cables in his new book. Wikileaks has always painstakingly went through their documents to make sure no informants get exposed.

Truth?

Do we even care anymore?



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 04:31 AM
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Interesting from the list:



Melbourne and Tasmania, expects to lay off nearly one third
of her workforce this year (strictly protect) due to sagging
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will have to lay off at least 350 of Caterpillar\'s 1,120
employees in Australia in 2009 (strictly protect). According
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same source...



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 04:33 AM
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I would hope people would care. Wikileaks acted ethically and responsibly, and they deserve credit for that. The Guardian seems to be to blame here. Initially, after reading the Guardian's rebuttal to Assange I had been disappointed in Wikileaks but then I read more news articles today and it was clear that Wikileaks hadn't exposed the informants.



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 05:05 AM
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When I said truth, I meant truth. This is the truth, the world deserves to know who is collaborating with who. These spies and collaborators have made life hell for some people in certain regions, they have caused unrest and misery beyond belief. They cause mischief in accordance to foreign plots which shouldn't be justified in any ways.

I'm glad this is exposed and these collaborators are brought to spot light.

We all know that the intelligence agencies of the targeted nations are fully aware, but we are the ignorant ones, we deserve to know.



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 05:16 AM
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Originally posted by confreak
will have to lay off at least 350 of Caterpillar\'s 1,120
employees in Australia in 2009 (strictly protect). According



And it happened, too.
That cable is from January, and the job losses are ... this is due in part to new industrial relations legislation brought in by the Rudd government in November 2008 .
This would be the scrapping of the Howard workplace laws which, in the eyes of many, gave the employer way too much power.

Fast forward a few months, and ...

Mr Rudd attended a jobs forum in Ulverstone, which is near Burnie where mining equipment manufacturer Caterpillar will cut 280 jobs from its 700-strong workforce by the end of this month.

Rudd tours job-affected area of Tasmania


But the best thing about this cable is this little anecdote at the end.
Remember here that Tamera Nelson is an American...

Nelson,... opened the meeting by describing a month-long debacle that erupted in Tasmania when she decided to change the company's annual "Xmas" party to a "holiday" party.
Angry Tasmanians bombarded her with complaints and Nelson even expressed a concern for her safety during the holiday season. She said that she would not ride her bike in Burnie out of a fear of "being run off the road." The reaction, she said, was due to the isolated and "provincial" nature of northern Tasmanians and stated that she was not prepared for the resistance she would encounter in Australia.


Those "provincial" Tasmanians dont want politically correct holidays.



posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 12:31 AM
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Sorry I totally misunderstood what you were saying. I thought you were calling Wikileaks traitors, not the other way around.




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