wikileaks anyone?

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    Dec 01, 2010 2:19 AM GMT
    Have any of u been following all of this stuff?

    It keeps getting funnier and funnier.

    I mean the arabs have been exposed as being 2 faced back stabbers...

    also, some of the cables released have exposed Germany's Angela Merkel as risk-averse and Russia's Vladimir Putin as an "alpha dog" and "batman". icon_lol.gif

    and fucking China?
    regarding N. Korea as acting like a "spoiled child trying to get the attention of its mother" Meaning getting the attention of washington. Not to mention China predicting the collapse of N.Korea 3 to 5 years after the death of Kim Jung Il

    I love all this exposure, its crazy
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    Dec 01, 2010 2:37 AM GMT
    Have you heard that the Government wants to declare WIKILEAKS to be a "terrorist" organization so they can stifle them and stop them from embarrassing the government with all the stuff they are releasing? They want to confiscate all of their equipment and assets...etc.

    Strikes me as the 1950's "Communist" scares of Joe McCarthy...everyone was a "COMMUNIST" if they didn't go along with that dipshit....hmmm!...kind of like everyone is a "TERRORIST" now..... Those that don't know history are doomed to repeat it....AGAIN!
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    Dec 01, 2010 5:42 AM GMT
    Honestly, this whole wikileaks has been boring as hell. It's all backroom gossip. Nothing really interesting. The only sad/revealing piece of information is, how a lowly Army PFC had free and open access to classified information. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Bradley Manning is being held in a maximum-security military brig at Quantico, Va., and though he has not yet been charged in the latest release of internal U.S. government documents, WikiLeaks has hailed him as a hero.

    Officials said Manning is the prime suspect in the leaks partly because of his own description of how he pulled off his heist of classified and restricted material. "No one suspected a thing," Manning told a confidant afterward, according to a log of his computer chat published by "I didn't even have to hide anything."

    Manning is charged in military court with taking other classified material that was later published by WikiLeaks. It is not clear whether others, such as WikiLeaks executives, might be charged separately in civilian courts.

    Manning may have defeated Pentagon security systems using little more than a Lady Gaga CD and a portable computer memory stick. In his Internet chat, he said he brought a homemade music CD to work with him, erased the music and replaced it with secrets. He told a computer hacker who later turned him in that he lip-synched along with the pop singer's hit "Telephone" while making off with "possibly the largest data spillage in American history."

    "Weak servers, weak logging, weak physical security, weak counterintelligence, inattentive signal analysis," Manning wrote. "A perfect storm."