Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Wikispeaks: Assange should be given a medal by the Americans, for "debunking decades-old conspiracy theories about its foreign policy".


Wikispeaks: Assange should be given a medal by the Americans, for "debunking decades-old conspiracy theories about its foreign policy".

Black Krishna Blog | December 14, 2010

There's a nifty little snippet cited in The Guardian (14/Dec/10), which is among the largest and most respected papers in Europe, that may help us understand part of what the Wikileaks massive media coverage and more is really for.

Gideon Rachman from the Financial Times wrote an article called "And now for a world government" (8/Dec/08) which was heavily picked-up and picked-on in "conspiracy" circles, while he was game enough to dismissively respond to critics.

Now, the same writer says Assange should be given a medal for what he's done because it "debunks decades-old conspiracy theories" about U.S. foreign policy. Or, as long as people think "Wikileaks" is the "truth" they'll dismiss other ideas.

This whole "Wikileaks" controversy looks like a giant shadow government intelligence operation to attack enemies, reinforce foreign policy goals, embarrass and control politicians and crack down on journalists, dissenters and the internet.

When governments don't want to respond to leaks and whistleblowers, they don't. That helps keep stories from getting mass media coverage since reporters can't get the "official" response they need for due diligence. This case is different.

Since the character of "Julian Assange" has now been embedded in our psyche's and also championed by mainstream activists, we now have to say we "like" him and "he might not know" to avoid upsetting many people. It's hard to say for sure.

Regardless, that's how "they" or the "shadow government" agents behind the scenes do it. They make us loyal to the figures they promote, even laying half-hearted and haphazard charges on them, all while monitoring our response to the info.

Whenever someone leaks exactly what governments want to hear and it's promoted by the mass media, it's hard to trust their authenticity. As long as people can resist being told who to admire by the mass media, then we can learn the truth.

People might not think these leaks are wanted by U.S. and other governments, but if we don't care or react to what's admitted, or if we think we're getting the real dirt on admittedly corrupt systems, we'll be blindsided later by worse.

There's a great interview with John Young on The Alex Jones Show (9/Dec/10) that everyone should listen to and re-post so we get another take on the Wikileaks scandal. He helped found Wikileaks and knows where the bodies are buried.

Our cultures were raised to watch cops-and-robbers on TV, but whenever we see it, it's inevitably fake. Instead of just waiting for the system to advertise it's own self-correction, or implosion, we have to get more pro-active locally.

Everyone has opinions, plus we like to get creative, so we'll take bits of whatever we heard and construct our own theories to suit our tastes which we then defend. To get past this, it's going to take people making more sense with a plan.

Sexy scandals will just entertain and amuse us, but that won't stop the eugenics programs from poisoning everything where we live. While the world is supposed to wank-off to Wikileaks, we should just get it - and - get past it if we can.



Julian Assange granted bail: live updates

The Guardian | December 14, 2010

11.28am: Gideon Rachman, a late convert to the WikiLeaks cables, argues that Assange should be given a medal by the Americans, for "debunking decades-old conspiracy theories about its foreign policy".

Writing in the FT he says:

"The documents published over the past fortnight have provided very little evidence of double-dealing or bad faith in US foreign policy. Conspiracy theorists all over the world must be deeply disappointed."

What about the US spying on the UN?

"Even some of the officials who might have been spied upon do not seem terribly outraged – since they assume that espionage from all quarters is an unfortunate fact of diplomatic life."

That's all right then.



The Alex Jones Show - December 9, 2010 - Commercial Free MP3

With architect John Young, who runs the website Cryptome. The site is a repository for information about freedom of speech, cryptography, spying, and surveillance. In February 2010, Cryptome was briefly shut down by Network Solutions for alleged DMCA violations after it posted a "Microsoft legal spy manual."




And now for a world government

Gideon Rachman | Financial Times | December 9, 2008

I have never believed that there is a secret United Nations plot to take over the US. I have never seen black helicopters hovering in the sky above Montana. But, for the first time in my life, I think the formation of some sort of world government is plausible.




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