We steal secrets: the story of WikiLeaks

http://www.primewire.ag/watch-2739934-We-Steal-Secrets-The-Story-of-WikiLeaks

We’ll be adding some more commentary to this soon.

but for now, a few thoughts.

Look at how spaced out Adrian Lamo is in his discussions of turning in Manning, he almost appears to be a zombie. Where have you see this semi vacant look before? Think about it.

Wikileaks insiders being quite critical of Assange and his use of Wikileaks for his own ends.

Watch this space I guess.

Manning seeing the apparently benign message…

Where did the money go?

– Iraqi dissidents

…which lead to a massive crack down.

As soon as people start asking questions about the money or cause others to question it there is a really big response from the corporate-state machine.

The two women in Sweden became very tired of Assange’s evasion around an apparently simple STD test.

Assange’s equipment consisting of a $300 laptop, 10 SIM cards and a cheap jacket for interviews, somewhat inspiring that so much can be done with so little, but leads to the obvious question…

Where did the money go?

– WikiLeaks supporters

… which lead to massive cognitive dissonance?

It’s interesting so a see a few more views on this interesting saga which lead to the Arab spring revolutions, which in some way inspired the Occupy protests.

Posted on July 15, 2013, in Australia, Cognitive Dissonance, deMOCKracy, HD embedded video, History, Law & Government, Melbourne, Military, Politics, Surveilance State, UK, USA, Whistle Blowers and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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