The cables, which date from 1966 to the end of February this year, contain confidential communications between 274 embassies in countries throughout the world and the State Department in Washington DC. 15,652 of the cables are classified Secret.
To access the Cable gate, go to http://cablegate.wikileaks.org
Please donate to WikiLeaks to defend this information.Of course, our leaders will do their best to discredit WikiLeaks, and will try to create false claims against both the documents and the people who work against them at WikiLeaks. But when you manage to make the US, Europe, China, Iran and Israel agree on one thing or idea, it really means what it means: that the opposite must be true and must be sought.
These guys couldn't even agree when it came to saving the planet of the pollution and the false climate change claims. Now, they can agree that WikiLeaks is dangerous? Give me a break. The individuals in the governments are just worried about their future as politicians and as traitors to their nations.
Obviously, they will do their best to put an end to these leaks and to stop Julian Assange. Isn't the correlation between the leaks from Monday, and this claim of rape a bit too obvious for anyone?
Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Interpol, the world’s biggest international police organization, added WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to its wanted list after a request from Sweden where he’s sought on charges of rape and sexual molestation.Isn't it ironic that Hillary Clinton is mentioned in this very report, while Bill Clinton was probably staged with the same kind of attacks with Monica Lewinsky... It's not an attack on the international community. It's an attack against our corrupt leaders, and their hidden agendas, by exposing their lies and revealing the truth.
Assange, 39, originally from Townsville, Australia, is being sought under the Lyon-based organization’s Red Notice, authorizing local police forces in member states to arrest him and hold him for extradition, according to Interpol’s website.
The request for his arrest comes as WikiLeaks continues to release diplomatic cables, including some secret correspondence, on its website. The planned release of 251,287 documents, of which 291 are currently available, has been condemned by several world leaders, with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton calling it “an attack on the international community.”
Assange is accused of rape and sexual molestation after two women complained in August when he was in Sweden giving lectures on WikiLeaks’ publishing of classified U.S. military documents related to the war in Afghanistan. He has denied the charges.Interestingly, every time WikiLeaks comes with a major leak of information, a clame of rape by Julian Assange is also filled. How pathetic are our corrupt leaders, really?
His lawyer in the U.K., Mark Stephens, has said that Assange had consensual sex with the women. Stephens didn’t immediately respond to an e-mailed request for comment today.
Australian Federal Police, which works with Interpol, referred requests for comment to the country’s attorney general. The attorney general’s office asked that queries be e-mailed and hasn’t responded to the e-mail. Interpol officials also didn’t immediately respond to an e-mail for comment.
Assange has appealed the Nov. 24 decision of a Swedish court that upheld an arrest warrant on rape charges, Expressen newspaper reported yesterday, citing court officials.
WikiLeaks.org receives confidential material that governments and businesses want to keep secret and posts the information on the Internet “so readers and historians alike can see evidence of the truth,” the organization says on its website.
Assange’s application for a Swedish residence and work permit, which would have allowed him to establish WikiLeaks as a Swedish publication protected by the constitution, was turned down by the Migration Board.
I just can't wait until their next major publication — which seems to be Bank of America secret information — and hopefully find out what really happened when Ken Lewis acquired Merrill Lynch:
Nov. 30 (Bloomberg) -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who told Forbes magazine that he’ll release documents from a U.S. bank next year, said in 2009 that his group had a hard drive from a Bank of America Corp. executive.Please, support and donate to WikiLeaks by following this link.
“We are sitting on 5GB from Bank of America, one of the executive’s hard drives,” Assange said in the Oct. 9, 2009, interview with Computerworld magazine, referring to five gigabytes of data. “To have impact it needs to be easy for people to dive in and search and get something out of it.”
WikiLeaks plans to release “either tens or hundreds of thousands of documents depending on how you define it,” Assange said in a Nov. 11 interview with Forbes, declining to identify the bank from which the documents came. He said the release would occur early next year and would include “some flagrant violations, unethical practices.”
[Update: Here's a link to Mish's take on WikiLeaks]