and an excerpt on UFO's: Asked whether WikiLeaks had ever received documents relating to UFOs, he said: "Many weirdos email us about UFOs or how they discovered that they were the antichrist whilst talking with their ex-wife at a garden party over a pot-plant." However, he said, none had yet satisfied the twin publishing criteria: "that the documents not be self-authored; that they be original." But he added: "It is worth noting that in yet-to-be-published parts of the cablegate archive there are indeed references to UFOs.
I really love the guy! he's awesome!! And he's on the run...Kinda reminds me of OJ simpson, how people were standing on the sides of the highway cheering on the juice as he ran from the police and helicopters in his SUV
But im curious...where does one get all this leakable information. I dont get the process Not that any of this is really a suprise. I mean come, so Karzi is a crook?? please just look at the guy. the word "honesty" doesnt fit that guy..
But how does this guy get all this information. And I assume its credible...
Private First Class Bradley E. Manning, a 22 year old intelligence analyst, is charged with disclosing the Collateral Murder video, and is believed (by the U.S) to have leaked the 260,000 diplomatic cables.
Manning has been called a hero by the whistleblower behind the Pentagon Papers, Daniel Ellsberg. Manning has said he hopes the release of the videos and documents would lead to "worldwide discussion, debates, and reforms."
According to chat logs, Manning brought in CD-RWs containing music, which were subsequently erased and rewritten with the leaked documents.
Clearly a fifth grader could outsmart military security protocols. As far as I'm concerned he did you a favour by exposing the vulnerability
Did she say Strap-in or Strap-on?
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Hackers are often hired by governments, Nortel and news agencies after an offence, not through any well-intentioned memo. All levels of government are already reevaluating their security systems, so while your point isn't lost on me, I'm merely pointing out that a necessary biproduct came to fruition. Better this generally valueless release than something truly damaging.
On another note, Ron Paul had my vote then, he has my vote now