WTC 7 and WikiLeaks
by nano-truther Monday, Dec 6 2010, 11:55am
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I find it very “annoying” that U.S. agencies would use WikiLeaks to tighten their grip on the Internet – which is bringing down the ruling elite! What I’m saying, Julian, is would you like to dispel the theory that you are just another CIA Psyop by revising your statement on 9/11? My blind black dog knows what nano-thermite is and who manufactures it, not to mention all the overwhelming facts that NY firefighters and the ‘architects and engineers for 9/11 Truth’ have accrued. These people are specialised professionals not conspiracy whackos and they say the government explanation of the 9/11 attacks is ABSURD!
I’m giving you the benefit of the doubt for now but it may be time to release some really compromising data. You say you have something on the criminal banks, well go ahead, Julian, give it your best shot. So far most info you have released actually supports PNAC and the status quo – so go on, tip the applecart Mr Aussie rebel, do your best.
When servile lackey, Kevin Rudd, starts calling for tighter information controls in the U.S., a familiar (9/11) stench begins to pervade the air.
Prove the doubters wrong once and for all, bring the house down, a decisive and DEFINING release of compromising data is Now required, Mr. Assange.
Fake Albino Aussie
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by connie Monday, Dec 6 2010, 7:49pm
Revise your position on 9/11, Julian, that would advance your cause considerably.
Some of the concerns shared by the doubters have been summarized on popular conspiracy site, The Daily Bell, link provided:
• Assange provides various mainstream publications with advance information so they can "break" their stories. RESULT: Wonderful anti-establishment credibility for failing mainstream pubs that are seen more and more as mouthpieces for the elite.
If you have something that would really compromise Wall St and/or Washington, i would not hesitate with its release -- hit 'em hard Julian, it may make you a martyr but it would also sink the cabals for good. 'You' have displayed considered and intelligent tactics previously -- here's your chance to slay the dragon -- nothing short of that would suffice now and you know it!
• Information bluntly characterizes foreign leaders and often in a snide or patronizing manner. RESULT: This is terrible for the US diplomatic corp? To get their opinions on world leaders out in an open forum while the foreign leaders themselves have no way to respond? If it is a disinformation campaign, it's a brilliant one.
• The US diplo corps is shown as pleading with allies for more responsibility and less support for terrorism. RESULT: A perception that the Americans seem to be fighting a valiant uphill battle. The world is encouraging terrorism and Foggy Bottom is doing its level best to protect the American people.
• The Chinese are suspected of hacking US computers. RESULT: And how exactly is this a black eye from the Anglosphere's standpoint? The Chinese are "bad guys." This is a negative for the Anglo-American axis how exactly?
• The US is using its embassies for spying. RESULT: The perception that the US is pulling out all the stops to keep its citizens safe from terrorism. Diplomacy is an ugly business, but the US is doing what it needs to do.
• Iran seems to be winning in Iraq, and US diplo and military correspondence seems to indicate that. RESULT: Evidence accumulating that it will be necessary to bomb Iran. In fact, bomb now. Before its leaders can do more damage.
• US allies like Saudi Arabia have been pleading with the US to take out Iran by any means necessary. RESULT: Evidence accumulating that even Islamic countries are alarmed by this crazy, out-of-control-nation Iran. Bomb Iran now! – Before its leaders can do more damage.
• The data being released by Assange is dangerous and his methodology is unforgivable. He is jeopardizing many lives. RESULT: The perception is increasingly clarified that the Internet is a dangerous instrument that must be brought under control so that people like Assange don't abuse it.
• Who is this man, Assange? This blond stranger? His actions are questionable to say the least, and he may be a rapist as well, according to Swedish prosecutors ... RESULT: We begin to see that he is in fact quite obviously and evidently a sexual pervert. This is the sort of riffraff that the Internet attracts. Only a pervert would seek to do this kind of damage to the national security of the US. The Internet attracts perverts of this sort, that seek to use the Internet perversely, causing great damage to national security, embarrassing hard-working bureaucrats, making it difficult for soldiers to kill more Taliban and generally threatening the lives and reputations of those who have supported America's serial wars and quasi-genocidal campaigns at great risk to themselves ...
• These revelations are simply out of control. The US intelligence agencies (all 16 of them) are seeking Assange and are constantly releasing "open letters" to Assange asking him to stop it. RESULT: Where is this massive and feared US intel operation? Where is the evidence of its fiercesome power – all the renditions, all the torture. Doesn't seem so terrible after all. Paper tiger? Pussycat. Nothing to fear here. Heck, nothing to see.
• These revelations must stop. The US government in particular has been very lax about security. But from now on the Pentagon in particular is simply not going to release much information pertaining to its operations at home and abroad. RESULT: Can those in leadership positions at the Pentagon be blamed for acting this way? Sure the Pentagon has been virtually transparent all these years, but now, well ... no more Mr. Nice Guy. The walls are going up. What we can't burn, we're gonna shred. And not a morsel is going to be provided to the press. Hey, what else can we do? ....
Conclusion: But for now these leaks seem to: ridicule diplomats and leaders outside the US; show that the US is not an all-powerful global entity but a paper tiger that cannot even track down Assange; show that the Internet is being employed by perverts like Assange to ruin the credibility of the US and Foggy Bottom's ability to protect US citizens from harm; illustrate clearly a need to go to war with Iran; proffer evidence of China's perfidy in attacking US military/Internet facilities; make the point that US and European mainstream media organizations are "where the action is" when it comes to wholesale revelations of the US military-industrial complex. None of this is bad for the US as we see it, or Assange's intelligence handlers, if that is indeed what is going on."
who benefits most?
by thomas Monday, Dec 6 2010, 8:12pm
the latest cable release, relating to NATO's build-up in the Baltic States, also advances PNAC!!
what are we to think now, Mr. 'CIA' Assange?
furthermore, the global Corporate mass media have given you unprecedented exposure -- you are now more publicized than anyone on earth!?
This is the same Corporate media that refuses to pursue Tony Blair and officials in the previous Bush regime for war crimes and lying us into illegal wars of plunder!
It's a worry, as the informed are aware that the mass media ignores anything that really compromises ruling cabals.
to date the cable releases have benefited the USA and its allies far more than they have hurt them.
i also note, from the latest release, the listing of international so-called 'terrorists' in Yemen, including some Australian citizens .. hmmm!
You really have to do better, Julian
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