Wikileaks is an inside job.
There is no way that some PFC is going to get this type of security access. NO WAY. The Intelligence material DOESN’T work that way. I was part of a unit that analyzed terrain and gathered intelligence, which would then be used for analysis. Gather info and then creating analysis doesn’t work that way.
Wikileaks founder saying that this Democrat should resign? Who has that MOST to gain? The Republicans? no. They are looking to run Palin as a candidate against Obama. If they nominate Clinton instead? What happens? Who wins? With this accusation, I would call Clinton.
I would even go so far as to say that it’s the Socialist / Communist faction is the one behind the wikileaks “leaks.” This is extremely SOVIET Russia KGB / NKVD tactic. This is PROPAGANDA and is why it doesn’t SOUND right. It’s convoluted. Trying to make sense of it is not going to work unless you acknowledge that America is divided. The two parties have been infiltrated. There is much confusion as a result. The Democrats and the Republicans have lost ALL meaning, because there is no reason behind them anymore.
Why would OBAMA NOT say SOMETHING. He can’t keep his mouth shut on any other point. When it involves Muslims and he’s told that it’s OK for him to speak, then he speak – CLEARLY.
This? NOTHING. Silence. Why?
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Tells TIME: Hillary Clinton ‘Should Resign’
By HOWARD CHUA-EOAN Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010
Hillary Clinton, Julian Assange said, “should resign.” Speaking over Skype from an undisclosed location on Tuesday, the WikiLeaks founder was replying to a question by TIME managing editor Richard Stengel over the diplomatic-cable dump that Assange’s organization loosed on the world this past weekend. Stengel had said the U.S. Secretary of State was looking like “the fall guy” in the ensuing controversy, and had asked whether her firing or resignation was an outcome that Assange wanted. “I don’t think it would make much of a difference either way,” Assange said. “But she should resign if it can be shown that she was responsible for ordering U.S. diplomatic figures to engage in espionage in the United Nations, in violation of the international covenants to which the U.S. has signed up. Yes, she should resign over that.”
Assange spoke about the latest tranche of documents from WikiLeaks in a 36-minute interview with TIME (the full audio will be available soon on TIME.com). He said there would be more: “We’re doing about 80 a day, presently, and that will gradually step up as the other media partners step in.” Indeed, every region of the world appears to be bracing for its turn in the WikiLeaks mill. Pakistani officials are almost certain that more revealing documents focusing on their country will come out soon. And the Russian media are anxious to see if future leaks will detail any behind-the-scenes dealings over the August 2008 Russia-Georgia war.(See a TIME profile of Julian Assange.)
Assange said that all the documents were redacted “carefully.” “They are all reviewed, and they’re all redacted either by us or by the newspapers concerned,” he said. He added that WikiLeaks “formally asked the State Department for assistance with that. That request was formally rejected.”Vodpod videos no longer available.
And the source or sources of all the diplomatic cables? Stengel asked Assange if U.S. Army PFC Bradley Manning, now detained in Quantico, Va., was the sole source of the megaleak. “We’re a source-protection organization,” Assange said, “so the last thing we would do is discuss possible sources. However, we do know that … the FBI, State Department and U.S. Army CID [Criminal Investigation Command] has been going around Boston visiting a number of people there.” He referred to “people who have been detained coming back into the United States” with connections to Manning. The U.S. soldier’s “mother’s home in Wales, in the U.K.,” he said, was “visited, or raided, depending on how you want to describe it,” by the FBI.
Stengel asked what was coming next from WikiLeaks. “We don’t have targets,” said Assange, “other than organizations that use secrecy to conceal unjust behavior … That’s created a general target.” A story in Forbes magazine, which interviewed Assange before the latest leak, said that WikiLeaks has a large U.S. financial corporation in its sights. Assange confirmed that. “Yes, the banks are in there. Many different multinational organizations are in the upcoming weeks, but that is a continuation of what we have been doing for the past four years” since WikiLeaks was founded. He added that the volume of material has increased. “The upcoming bank material is 10,000 documents, as opposed to hundreds, which we have gotten in the other cases.”
TIME and TIME.com will continue to report stories based on Stengel’s Assange interview and on the continuing fallout from the release of the diplomatic cables.