Posts Tagged 'Wikileaks'
Tags: 4th admendment, Al-Jazeera, Arab stooges, Central Intelligence Agency, CIA, hired help, Julian Assange, new world order, Politics, Saudi Arabia, TSA, Wikileaks
Julian Assange has set the ultimate dead man’s switch: Arrest or kill him and thousands of files will be automatically released, including documents that out CIA-backed Arabs. The Wikileaks leader had previously claimed to have files on auto-release. That he had info on CIA ties was first-mentioned in an interview yesterday with Al-Jazeera.
The business blog then proceeds to explain how Mr. Assange is the problem because he dares to expose the dirty deeds done by world leaders. I would think that the CIA and their helpers should be held responsible for their actions. As the TSA says – “If you got nothing to hide, what’s the problem?”
Tags: crisis, Death, economy, Gary Coleman, Google, Leslie Nielsen, Obama, oil spill, Politics, TSA, Wikileaks, year end review
Tags: Afghanistan, censorship, Military Intelligence, Wikileaks
The Pentagon’s laughably inept response to Wikileaks just keeps getting more and more ridiculous. The latest is that all military personnel are barred from going to Wikileaks and downloading material. Apparently, the military has actually put in place ridiculously crude filters that will block access to any URL that says Wikileaks. Of course, everyone else can still get to Wikileaks. How does this help at all? Obviously, the government doesn’t want military staff to leak stuff to Wikileaks, but this ban won’t do that. If anything, it’ll just call a lot more attention to the site. And the whole reasoning behind the ban is so nonsensical that it’ll probably just make members of the military scratch their heads…