Robert Heinlein: SECRECY IS THE HALLMARK OF TYRANNY!  This is the Era Of Sunshine. ---------------------------------- Just Foreign Policy News, November 29, 2010 , Wikileaks Honduras: State Dept. Busted on Support of Coup According to a leaked cable, by July 24, 2009, the U.S. government was totally clear about the basic facts of what took place in Honduras on June 28, 2009. But a month after the cable was sent, the State Department was publicly pretending that the facts were murky and needed further study. Why did the State Department drag its feet, pretending that facts which it knew to be clear-cut were murky? Why didn't the State Department speak publicly after July 24 with the same moral clarity as the July 24 cable from the Embassy in Honduras? Had it done so, history might have been different. Why this matters now: because major US media refuse to report evidence of US "involvement" in coups in Venezuela, Haiti, and Honduras, or acknowledge that it exists, and that's why we're trying to help as many Americans as possible see the Oliver Stone documentary, "South of the Border."

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  1. Julian Assange ‘will be given asylum in Ecuador’

    Posted: August 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

    The WikiLeaks founder took refuge in the Ecuadorean embassy in London on June 19 after losing his appeal against extradition to Sweden where he is wanted over allegations of sexual offences.

    After formally applying for political asylum, a decision was due this week. In the meantime, a warrant for his arrest for breaching his bail conditions means he is likely to be rearrested if he steps outside the embassy.

    According to an official close to the government, Correa has already decided to approve Assange’s application.

    “Ecuador will grant asylum to Julian Assange,” a source told the Guardian.

    Read the full article here:

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    Resistance From a Cage: Julian Assange Speaks to Norwegian Journalist Eirik Vold
    Friday, 01 March 2013 00:00 By Eirik Vold, Truthout | Interview

    This is an exclusive English translation of an interview published Saturday, February 16, 2013, in the Norwegian news outlet Dagens Næringsliv.

    Quoting the srticle:
    “A cryptographer friend? Does that sound a bit like having a “hobbit friend” to you? Then let this be a warning: If you are not used to a modern Internet vocabulary, the story of Julian Assange is full of characters that may seem like they are out of a science fiction novel: cryptographer friends with vital secrets looking over their shoulders in order not to get caught; eccentric professors about to conjure up a quantum mechanics machine with the power to destroy all of cyberspace if it falls into the wrong hands; tiny torrent files, floating around in abstract space, unintelligible and meaningless when separated, but powerful information packages able to knock down governments if sewn together the right way and delivered to the masses. And they are all real and alive. Just as real and alive as the Swedish prosecutors and their extradition request for Assange or the CIA agents on a mission to stop WikiLeaks from leaking – as real as the heavy wooden door I just opened on my way into the Ecuadorian embassy in London and then shut carefully behind me. Aside from the will of a controversial South American president, that door is now the only barrier between Julian Assange and me on the inside, and the police officer from Scotland Yard (London Metropolitan Police) waiting patiently on the outside with handcuffs, a gun and orders to arrest and deport my interviewee.” -snip-

    “Assange explained how US foreign policy was exposed as violent and dishonest, how the revelations made the ground shake beneath corrupt and oppressive regimes and corporations all over the world and stimulated revolutions, as in Tunisia, and reformist movements in Ghana and Kenya.” – snip-

    “”The left? The left is still stuck in the 1960s,” Assange states drily. Ideologically, he is closer to the free market, even though he says markets always tend to evolve into monopolies unless they are forced to work freely.” -snip-

    “”In the same way that the ability to solve physical problems is limited by our understanding of physical laws, the ability to solve societal problems depends on our insight into human institutions. All political theories on how the world is and how it should be are built on such an understanding.” -snip-

    “Media organizations start off small. But when they grow, they are invited to sit down with the powerful. Then they become part of the same powerful elite that they are supposed to be critically monitoring,” he explains.

    “It’s shameful,” Assange says, “that a handful of activists in WikiLeaks have published more secret documents than the entire establishment press, with all its billion-dollar budgets, technical competence and human resources, all together.”

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    Published on Monday, March 4, 2013 by
    We Are Bradley Manning
    by Chris Hedges

    I was in a military courtroom at Fort Meade in Maryland on Thursday as Pfc. Bradley Manning admitted giving classified government documents to WikiLeaks. The hundreds of thousands of leaked documents exposed U.S. war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as government misconduct. A statement that Manning made to the court was a powerful and moving treatise on the importance of placing conscience above personal safety, the necessity of sacrificing careers and liberty for the public good, and the moral imperative of carrying out acts of defiance. Manning will surely pay with many years—perhaps his entire life—in prison. But we too will pay. The war against Bradley Manning is a war against us all.

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    Top Swedish prosecutor leaves Assange case
    March 31, 2013 by legitgov

    Top Swedish prosecutor leaves Assange case 29 Mary 2013 The top Swedish prosecutor pursuing sexual assault charges against Julian Assange has abruptly left the case and one of Mr Assange’s accusers [CIA troll Anna Ardin] has sacked her lawyer. The turmoil in the Swedish Prosecution Authority’s effort to extradite Mr Assange comes as another leading Swedish judge prepares to deliver an unprecedented public lecture in Australia next week on the WikiLeaks publisher’s case. The Swedish Prosecution Authority wants to extradite Mr Assange to have him questioned in Stockholm in relation to sexual assault allegations by two women.

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    Secret Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)
    EFF and Other Groups to NSA: Are You Spying on Our TPP Work?
    “The NSA’s purpose for surveillance extends way beyond the purpose of fighting terrorism, including any “information with respect to a foreign power…that relates to…the conduct of the foreign affairs of the United States.” Since negotiations of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) (see our analysis of the new leaked text) and the EU-US trade agreement, the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (called T-TIP for short), are held in secret, it’s even more unsettling that our private communications may have been intercepted and handed over to an executive agency that has been enthusiastic about allowing corporations to dictate its core policy agenda. We and our colleagues co-operate internationally to fight against opaque policy-making processes to ensure that all Internet users’ rights are respected and upheld in these powerful bodies of international law. If the NSA is truly monitoring all of our electronic communications, the agency could be using that information to sabotage our work in this policy space.” snip
    “Digital rights organization, La Quadrature du Net, published a leaked document this summer that gave us a glimpse of negotiators’ plan to regulate the Internet and undermine users’ right to privacy”

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  6. I just found this.
    Note date.

    WikiLeaks Wins Case Against Visa: Ordered to pay ‘$204k Per Month if Blockade not Lifted’

    By RT

    April 24, 2013 “Information Clearing House” – Iceland’s Supreme Court has ruled that Valitor (formerly Visa Iceland) must pay WikiLeaks $204,900 per month or $2,494,604 per year in fines if it continues to blockade the whistle-blowing site.

    The court upheld the decision that Valitor had unlawfully terminated its contract with WikiLeaks’ donation processor, DataCell.

    “Today’s decision marked the most important victory to date against the unlawful and arbitrary economic blockade erected by US companies against WikiLeaks,” the organization’s press release stated.

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    The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control

      At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US, says whistleblower William Binney – that’s a ‘totalitarian mentality’
      ““The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control”, Binney said, “but I’m a little optimistic with some recent Supreme Court decisions, such as law enforcement mostly now needing a warrant before searching a smartphone.””

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    World | Wed Jun 24, 2015 1:27pm EDT
    Related: World, WikiLeaks
    U.S., European authorities investigate possible new leaker: sources
    LONDON | By Mark Hosenball

    U.S. and European security authorities are investigating whether a previously unknown leaker provided sensitive intelligence documents to WikiLeaks about alleged U.S. spying on French politicians, according to sources familiar with the matter.

    WikiLeaks, the transparency lobby group, on Tuesday released purportedly classified National Security Agency (NSA) documents alleging that the U.S. eavesdropping agency conducted surveillance on three successive French presidents – Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and incumbent François Hollande.

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  9. “U.S. and European security authorities are investigating whether a previously unknown leaker …”

    I wish it was in order to give the leaker a medal.

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  10. Oh me too. I immediately thought, “YAY!! We have another hero!” I don’t like my own Congressmen as much as I like Manning, Assange, and Snowden.

    THE PEOPLE hate secrecy. Why on earth are the wishes of THE PEOPLE defied?

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  11. Clinton will not win this election. I don’t know if she will remain in the race, but I do KNOW/Gnow she will not win the election. She will never be president. The best possible scenario is for Sanders to step up and take up the slack. He can win. Don’t know if he will tho.

    WikiLeaks newest release of Clinton’s emails:

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    Mysterious Tweet Sparks Fears Edward Snowden Is Missing Or Dead
    Posted on August 7, 2016 by Baxter Dmitry in News, US // Comments (48)

    I think his cat walked on the computer and he had to purge the cat comment. It happens to me. Surely it happens to lots of people.

    Guess he is still alive.

    And here is a neat little article. Wonder why there isn’t a web site that caters to this age-old intention:
    Before Snowden, Before Wikileaks, Before the Church Committee, Before Deep Throat, Before The Pentagon Papers… There Was The Burglary
    03/24/2014 11:44 pm ET | Updated May 24, 2014

    and one more:

    The Kennedy Assassination: CIA Conspiracy or a Lone Assassin? An Interview with Joan Mellen
    By John W. Whitehead
    March 08, 2006
    “I guess part of me still thought I was living in the country I was born in.”—Jim Garrison

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  13. Scandal after scandal after scandal after scandal after scandal. Death, death, death.

    WikiLeaks: DOJ official gave Clinton camp ‘heads up’ about email filing

    By Matthew Nussbaum

    11/02/16 03:44 PM EDT

    Updated 11/02/16 03:59 PM EDT

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    “In June 2011, Obama administration implied to Iceland’s authorities they had knowledge of hackers wanting to destroy software systems in the country, and offered help, then-Interior Minister Ogmundur Jonasson, said in an interview with the Katoikos publication.”
    “However, Jonasson said he instantly became “suspicious” of the US good intentions, “well aware that a helping hand might easily become a manipulating hand.”
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    Reuters / Toru Hanai ​WikiLeaks still under investigation, but not its supporters, says DOJ

    Later in the summer 2011, the US “sent a planeload of FBI agents to Iceland seeking our cooperation in what I understood as an operation set up to frame Julian Assange and WikiLeaks,” Jonasson said.”

    You cannot know how much I disrespect Obama. I never respected him. But I am deeper into disrespect. What a total wiener the Obama chump is!! I mean, he lies, he manipulates. He thinks the american people are STUPID. I don’t feel stupid. In fact, Obama never duped me once. I never believed in him, was always suspicious of him. I had no hope in him whatsoever, and I am Democrat (but not for long). NOw who is stupid?! HE is.

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