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"2017-11-30 18:02:43"
WikiLeaks Christmas Surprise
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"2017-07-07 19:26:49"
Assange G20 cyber war talk evacuated by building security and police 07/07/17 8:45pm
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"2017-04-26 19:58:27"
You don't publish a million secrets a year without makin...
\\we all know wikileaks as a front for that Putin's FSB articulates which is an arm of I wouldn't actually Russian intelligence lo and behold wikileaks which has been established by our intelligence community to be essentially a front for Russian intelligence nnova the conclusions the intelligence community with respect to the Russian hacking ... were not conclusive as to whether wikileaks was waiting or not ... big the conduit through which we heard about email so they didn't deal directly with wikileaks contrast to the ceiling links and Christopher I know the wikileaks ... connection ... evidence there is not ... strong and we don't have good insight into on the sequencing of the releases ... or when that when that data may have been provided we don't we don't have ... this good insight into that where say quite clearly Allosaurus is not a member of any state ... including the Russian government you //
"2017-03-09 18:21:18"
WikiLeaks Press Conference Thurday 9 March 2017 On CIA/Vault7/YearZero
\\the other material comes from an isolated ... that means disconnected from other computer systems ... top secret security network situated inside the CIA's center for cyber our intelligence now that center is are both are in Virginia of but also importantly there is a ... branch hidden inside the Frankfort consulate are in Germany ... we've put out some aerial shots of that and the details ... from al publications about how a CIA our offices are instructed to penetrate ... German customs and operate they have to develop ... attacks and support a tax across Europe Africa and the Middle East from ther Franklin 0 now it is it's already come out ... as a result out early publications out of going through reactions and updates quickly but I mean the Central Intelligence Agency lost control ... all of its entire cyber weapons arsenal what do I mean by cyber weapons that those are weaponized viruses Trojans ... and malware designed to penetrate the smartphones smart TV's okay the systems of the world our and then control them ... disable them ... insert information to them extract information from them ... now this is a historic acts are all of a devastating incompetence do you have created such an arsenal ... and stored it ... old in one place ... and not secured it and wikileaks ... discovered the material as a result of being passed around a number of different members of the US intelligence committee out of control in unauthorized fashion ... dis yesterday we've had a tipoff from a virus researcher who says that and he believes that one of the viruses ... he's ... descriptions of we had published that infects ... apple Macintoshes particular there ... UFO I'd ... bid system that he was attacked by that ... so it looks like I'm not only is that material hopping spread around ... contractors ... hands former ... American ... computer hackers for higher but now maybe in the the black market or is perhaps being used ... by these ... American hackers who sometimes ... you know cost both sides of the of the of the fence vehicle gray hats are I in a to attacking others Sir the CIA developed a giant arsenal the what appears to be the largest arsenal of Trojans and viruses in the world that attacks are most of the and systems that are journalists people in government politicians CIOS an average people use ... didn't security lost control of it and then ... appears to have to cover about that fact ... season press reported Jim waved acted some things as well ... that the Central Intelligence Agency I became aware ... within the last couple of months ... that it had ... Los that material or that we had that material ... and ha has not ... it's close that a to the public at least I has not won the public are that those loose our side weapons arsenal I is out there it's very interesting question I think about it he would just holding government and when has it told detail barrack Obama feedback about my ... concealed that ... during election after the election ... does was president huddled trump I informed ... and if so why has the Central Intelligence Agency not acted with speed ... to come together with apple Microsoft and other manufacturers ... to defend docile they are from its own weapon system ... now this brings into question the and entire a concept all of cyber warfare because it is how analysis and stated also by many other experts that it is impossible to keep effective control of cyber weapons so what does that mean but means that if you build them eventually you will lose them they are just information there is no barrier whom spreading across the world they must be used are on the internet so they must be placed on the internet ... to be used are they must go to computers to infect them and therefore ... when that occurs they can get out of control and there's a very easy cover ... for any gray market operator contractor rogue intelligence agent I take that material and stock ... accompanied with its not a consulting company heck of a higher company now that we're very fortunate in this case all of that ... al sources step 4 twelfths so we can tell you ... what has been going on and sorry of the various ... manufacturers like apple Google and so on or I can start to develop countermeasures that some of those countermeasures ... have already been put in place according to the manufacturers in response to this one or 2 virus companies are also say that they have developed countermeasures ... but others say that they need more information no wikileaks has not publish any ... slug weapons themselves where published documents are describing them why is fairly obvious ... we don't want the journalists and people of the world ... and al sources being hacked are using these weapons but the problem is that with limited information about the details of how those live weapons operate there is a limited ability I try and could use security fixes for all iPhones foursomes on TV's for and waits for android phones that abused by Google for Microsoft full lyrics Aug because the exact technical details I know none now a wikileaks has a lot more our information on what has been going on with this site weapons program and so I want to announce today that after featuring around I think is the best way to a seed and hearing these coals from some of the manufacturers we have decided to work with them ... to give them some exclusive access to the additional technical details we have so that fixes can be developed far and pushed out so people can be secured and then once this material is effectively ... disarm bios by removing critical components ... we will publish ... additional details about what is being the current John I felt I wanted draw attention ... to a statement that the president of Microsoft has put out and this is something that we have been working on ... as well and that a great many others have been calling for so here is the quiet just as the fourth Geneva convention has long protected civilians in times of war we now need a digital Geneva convention that will commit governments to protecting civilians from nation state attacks in times of peace and just as the fourth Geneva convention recognize that the protection of civilians require the active involvement of the red cross detection against nation state cyber attacks requires the activity assistance of technology companies and companies like working the wikileaks which can provide information about these attacks the tech sector //
"2016-10-04 00:08:15"
WikiLeaks Top 10
\\and I welcome the state department I think we have some insurance in the back welcome and good this year in this exercise transparency and democracy yeah a yeah a decade ago we knew a lot less about the world's powerful mutants and we knew only what they wanted us to don't worry be happy don't worry be happy don't worry be happy don't worry be don't worry don't worry be don't worry be happy don't worry be happy we didn't know how they both federal trade unions how routinely they conducted mass surveillance over kidnapped indefinitely detained tortured or even magic but then it was a long website wikileaks wikileaks is getting ready for a bomb shelter wikileaks Julian S. on the guy ought to be and I'm not for the death penalty so if not for the deaf and one way to do it illegally shoot the son of a cold working late flicking the wikileaks certainly with you wikileaks written experiment the man is a hot tractor Julian us arms founded with media organization unlike any other in one decade recently published more secret documents then all the rest of the world media combined wikileaks has published more than 10000000 documents more than 10000000000 if you print them out they would reach the center of the year and then come out the other side to celebrate we can be there with the top 10 greatest 10 publications helpless old better understand the world we live in in 2007 wikileaks heard us inside Guantanamo bay by publishing the manuals and standard operating procedures use to hide prisoners from the red cross as well as PR guides used to eliminate certain words like suicide will to rename a hunger strike as voluntary foster not 500000 documents makeup in Iraq and Afghanistan wars the most detailed description of water that had to be each attack and death is listed including 15000 kills that had been kept secret from the public when European oil company Trafigura dems illegal toxic chemicals in the Ivory Coast it convinced a British court to gag the BBC and the guardian wikileaks published the guy documents breaking the censorship ban in 2010 wikileaks revealed how US Apache helicopter killed 18 people including 2 journalists and people in the van driving children to school what's up the world was the video game commentary of soldiers eager to kill I think that right now I don't feel I but yeah I don't know I I the children from the band was severely injured in the attack that father and the other adults in the van were killed the United States strongly condemns the illegal disclosure of classified information later that year wikileaks released over 250000 secret U. S. diplomatic cables about every country in the world cable days exposed wrongdoing on every continent wikileaks expose the largest international agreements that the world has ever seen the 3 big tease which have been negotiated in secret the 3 big teams are big businesses new strategy to bypass the World Trade Organization and ensure that they get to set the international rules of what other countries can and cannot tear today wikileaks begins its release of emails documenting private lives privacy lies all private 5 release revealed the inner workings of private intelligence company strapped for that provides advice to US government agencies arms companies and Dow chemical who hired strapped for to spy on the victims of the largest chemical disaster in history because by that promise in Bhopal India with the 2.3000000 emails published in the Syria files including the emails of its head of state Bashar al Assad wikileaks reveal the true nature of the Syrian elite the Syria files also shed light on how western companies profited from Syria by preaching signs wikileaks revealed the U. S. National Security Agency spying on world leaders including counselor and America Germany and the UN secretary general ban ki moon the last 3 French presidents and presidents and the school of business finally coming in at number 10 now the emails of the U. S. Democratic National Committee which showed how the DNC undemocratic and in the sickly stacked the deck against banning some as a result of those needs the DNC's 5 Talking Heads world well the 10000000 documents published and the 10000000 more to come that's as we can happy tenth birthday to help wikileaks published the next 10000000 documents go to wikileaks.org forward slash donate //
"2016-02-04 16:27:21"
UNWGAD Opinion is legally binding says UN
\\so if the working group concludes that in case it needs old why this person is to drive Rico's he is an internationally recognized rights have been but I let live decision it means you've got a right to keep the team together by any home video on the relevant authorities //
"2016-02-03 14:25:16"
Amal Clooney describes what is the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention "WGAD"
\\the working group is a U. N. body consisting of 5 expats they're based in Geneva and they are selected following a rigorous a selection process administered by the UN human rights council the current members come from South Korea from Australia from Mexico from Ben and from the Ukraine so they've got no connection whatsoever to the Maldives and all of them are expats in international human rights law many of the members teach that law schools around the world ... and they have risen Vicks on international law and on criminal justice they also have some of them have previously worked within the country's foreign ministers is human rights experts and others of like that you and criminal tribunals ... and in other branches of the United Nations //
"2015-08-24 17:18:47"
WikiLeaks esta recaudando €100,000 por el secreto mas buscado de Europa
\\we could exist that occurred on the sea in meeting ever does that a compensable or not is a good at those models cows that would up let us assume there's a blunt because a commercial embassy on this is something anonymous it is about a fine //
"2015-08-21 15:27:58"
WikiLeaks sammelt €100,000 als Europas Meistgesuchten Geheimnis
\\they can explain don Zimmer phone not tells an oil all for the US in open my eyes because of the kindness the transatlantic sure hundreds and invested stones partner shoved this is something I know of us it is about a final control and is it's the United States saying they may be in all the power in the world but we will be the ultimate power to teach it is the most important thing that is happening in Europe right now it's a secretive deal being negotiated between Europe and the United States on mon to sweeten the disinterested illumined Festing name for Honda with sweet delight in knowing the bond blocks a shot from the dummy Nunziata close Incan sound as a chef stands or delinquents who fished in miss India indifference to go have a talk like he never ... you read rolling through the you since I conveyed click on the finest in stocking feet have to debate that thoughtless yeah I feel sort of in kind among them onto the talk the Senate is to India taken us into Nazi 900 sports of so yeah I'm full time debate hundreds are gonna that still in VT who avoided using context yourself noted was addicted and they going to do was phone begins to yeah it's either the testing this you know and in the end of the table by Titan voted to show plots at posted McLarty's yet as we would if it was hush really good in Saddam's puts us it's a Clintonian if the W. T. ... does doe how rough ... India spoke up in Brazil spider cop and the U. S. lost control I think it's a no use a beating around the bush ... this meeting has a good it was not happening I don't support any noise 20 dealing you could go bother doing on so I am just not classes only conocidos enough nickels MTV 2 or 2 and be in a certain city glistening tenants in 9 up on the debate bestowing dizzying hot C. vendita Michaelson T. skin and tons but see for soprano shaft of TP pay you tons Atlantis under its own invested source potash aft of TTP want us up calm even under the dean sly stone of tees up once again under indictment was gunned it let's get out of when he found out when we he leaks ... was able to leave politics on button was interesting is when you look across all of these deals whether it be teaching TPP or tea set China is excluded but also Brazil Russia India South Africa they're old excluded because those are the emerging economies what I is not often understood is that these agreements apart of a geopolitical war ... this is a new war which is taking place within the United States and China ... the United States is very scared of the rise of China so we has moved ... to militarily in cycling ... 3 way school the pivot to Asia and now it's moving on to doing that economically the basic idea which comes across from reading U. S. strategy papers is the construction or in you granting closure and put inside this grand closure the United States 51 of the country's 1.6000000000 people and 2 thirds of global GDP how to integrate a lot America away from 0 and towards 9 states to integrate Southeast Asia away from China that's what's United States and integrate western Europe pulling it away ... from Eurasia as a whole and towards the land fun and I glisten tears had wikileaks few competitors TPP entered it's for a friend that was not committed on certain merely because of the you just AHS emitted from Yarmouth in context this he's up comes I can sign from physician another twist and she's each day about first I just wanted to he pays them enough behind I'm I'm just feeding the TT paid but they have to do is go blind Pluto in and put the font font that you just met it's kind of a patient who want to custom you don't harm parliaments under the good it will start to shiver sprinkling and us forget Xena up I insist I find it incredible as well that something which is a trait agreement not a matter of life and death in terms of security well maybe you can understand some restrictions on we don't even like those very much but for a trade agreement you know that we count actually making notes about what it is we're waiting issues that we might want to take away to look into which actually might reassure us you know if we really were able to sort of take this away and look at it in debt we does have access to the documents the most important ones because the devil is in the details when it comes to trade agreements you need to know exactly what's in the text so that you can assess what the impact is going to be if he you parliamentarians want to see the teacher they have to call the US embassy and make an appointment deployments are unavailable 2 days a week for 2 hour time slots only 2 parliamentarians are permitted at what's the go to US embassy they have to handy in every hour every electronic device so they cannot possibly make a copy must agree to give everything confidential and that led to secure a reading room wait to US embassy guards watch everything that they do how can he you parliamentarians possibly understand what they negotiating for Europe under the second set Dakota solintename the vase have managed to save the pavilion Seattle from Essen talk going on in VIP to grow installment I think I'm full self defined known up people the likes of you in a high are excluded governments to a great extent are excluded those who are included of the multinational corporations these agreements are basically corporate ownership agreements the funny thing about free trade agreements as we understand is that often have nothing to do with trade in the sense of the mutual lowering of tariffs what they're about as enshrining an investor rights regime in their respective countries and in showing of corporations can run wild in the respective economies with very very little regulation or impingement by government or authorities these treaties will have a huge huge implications for literally almost every critical issue that an individual citizen our community would care about health education the environment I have privacy and access to medicines and the list could go on and on into my skin could use it in a spectator TT paste and sustained us investor start start by illegal going on to it but of E. Este es is dying to hi miss into knots in honest people not just Fuhrman and up stock moving fast identification are intending to help incandescence even missed suing the twist if a protest and affects the profits they can so if laws affect their ... their profits they consume if ... ... new regulations might impacts I aware that wear what they want to do with their money taken so this is a new power which will be handed over to US corporations to sue the governments of Europe in the power low judicial system which is available to them alone people have no access to it domestic firms have no access to it governments have no access to it it's just that foreign investors in this case US corporations because you don't often a file into E. esta es argument even critica does deserve any Tate over piercer Startin to get a Democrat team announced the guffaws and but I'm gonna basically shows unless it's only him fussing defeatist affirm about and fun vacated torture the giving of Thai commerce evenly out west on effect laughter tough decision I'll stick of that woman again discussing how British American tobacco does tie in fact locked when does it stop she did for the vacancy gotten battle I'm trying defense is a system of it would be a ticket in fact locked it doesn't mean it's going to fit for the don't you wish I want it will I'm mocked and I'm going to come to fear Vodafone TTP missing that Craig would atrocious fountain beside Justin isn't big data Mister and Wes has telephones Shiites gotten to have shown signs he had scored to initial cost isn't the hunts by Disney to pollution doesn't bite to eat I'm Stephen validity Wesley shot standouts on so I can Thiago minty Linda so gates eyeing a spot about splits ago shuffle and for the Clinton prizes in voting a physician isn't west on dots in the USA 70 percent of all processed foods sold in supermarkets Tanis genetically modified ingredients whereas in the European Union we've said quite clearly we don't want GM ingredients in a food chain similarly in the U. S. 90 percent of all beef is produced using growth hormones which have been found to be cost the journey in humans so they're banned in the European Union on what the US government is saying is under T. tip under the free trade rules that they want to bring in European consumers don't get the right to choose entity pays and I love the sting of finishing the guys you know who opened higher consciousness at CEO Vaasa bombing Boston still employed I'm contravenes the inhabitants of this affinity because untied his what is so scary about this is that corporations want to lock in a power so they'd know only one increase power they wanna make impossible a sovereign governments to reverse the changes which were going to give them power so for example we teach it if it pauses with I see is in it the privatization of the National Health Service which is happening in the UK can never be reversed what is democratic about an enormous ... imposition of power own countries whose citizens have no way of knowing what's going on of debating it or influencing the government in its decision ... that's anti democratic the history of these agreements shows that the very difficult to change unless people can see what's in them and that's why they kept secret because when the contents are revealed ... it generates an opposition wikileaks others from the technician a fork TTP pizza fit sugo went off maxim cut defeats a shift in the open teaser up come to shove and he's only got a minute full of wonderful affinity him on his forehead to gun enforced logs on a witness it will find bio he's against Mr stopped wikileaks springtime Islamophobic that 0 oil Volf fit us in open my eyes because of the dynasty tons Atlanta sure hundreds and invested to one 's partner shift heavens it evades on incomes but into an art and so lost talk as he untied by gains its allotted he pays fixed facial expression wikileaks put hawks fixed which TT pay me knows we've lost //
"2015-08-18 17:46:17"
WikiLeaks - The US strategy to create a new global legal and economic system: TPP, TTIP, TISA.
\\this is something I know unless it is about a final control and is it's the United States saying there may be another power in the world but we won't be the ultimate power quite explicitly the US and the E. U. S. saying that they want these new trade agreements for the blueprint template for all future trade deals about means that rewriting the rules of the global economy about means for everybody once signed it will cement to key parts of the U. S. government's plan to create a new global block that will ensure the dominance of its largest company and to understand why we need to go back to the 19 fifties no they because that because Romain through the you after the tomorrow war the you know the world's economy its influence was a much by any country was able to write the only rules of and trades to it's a the World Trade Organization was created in this contest and the U. S. dictated rules that favored American business I but US economies like China and India join the WTO a more democratized every the US find it harder to control is to see making at the W. T. ... does doe how rock ... India spoke up in Brazil spider cop and the U. S. lost control I think it's a no use a beating around the bush ... this meeting has a good up the US felt it needed a new strategy to maintain its global dominance so in a classical American style they went back to bypass the WTO they're creating the biggest international agreements but the world has ever seen they're called the 3 big teams the trans Pacific partnership or TTP P. the trans Atlantic trade and investment partnership or teach it on the trade in services agreements parties up under all be negotiated in secret right now when he found out when we he leaks ... was able to leave politics on them what's interesting is when you look across all of these deals whether it be teaching TPP or tea set China is excluded but also Brazil Russia India South Africa they're old excluded because those are the emerging economies what I is not often understood is that these agreements apart of a geo political war ... this is a new war which is taking place within the United States and China ... the United States is very scared of the rise of China so we has moved ... to militarily in cycling ... 3 way school the pivot to Asia and now it's moving on to doing that economically the basic idea which comes across from reading U. S. strategy papers is the construction or in you granting closure and put inside this grand closure the United States 51 of the country's 1.6000000000 people and 2 thirds of global GDP ... to integrate our Latin America away from 0 and towards 9 states to integrate Southeast Asia away from China that's what's United States and integrate western Europe pulling it away ... from Eurasia as a whole and towards the land of the 3 big tease wikileaks is revealed 4 chapters of the TPP which affects 12 countries in the Americas and Southeast Asia we also obtained and released the cortex the teaser thanks for 2 countries in you but nearly all of teats it still secret nobody knows about what's being negotiated in our name so you have these far reaching view change the face of our economy is now societies and yet even elected parliamentarians nothing about the world's biggest corporations don't have the same problem they have been receiving V. I. P. access from day one undefiled abundant influence in the negotiations people the likes of you and I are excluded governments to a great extent are excluded those who are included of the multinational corporations these agreements are basically corporate ownership agreements the funny thing about free trade agreements as we understand is that often have nothing to do with trade in the sense of the mutual lowering of tariffs what they're about as enshrining an investor rights regime in their respective countries and in showing of corporations can run wild in the respective economies with very very little regulation or impingement by government or authorities these treaties will have a huge huge implications for literally almost every critical issue that an individual citizen our community would care about health education the environment I have privacy and access to medicines and the list could go on one of the most criticized us base is a system called the investor state dispute settlement or I SDS it's a secretive international tribunal the allies companies to sue states over virtually anything that they can claim affects investment if a protest it affects their profits they can so if laws affect their ... their profits they consume if ... ... new regulations might impacts I aware that wear what they want to do with their money taken so this is a new power which will be handed over to US corporations to sue the governments of Europe in the power low judicial system which is available to them alone people have no access to it domestic firms have no access to it governments have no access to it it's just that foreign investors in this case US corporations based on I. SDS history critics argue that European state sovereignty democracy are at serious risk previous lawsuits include Swedish company fasten file suing the German state for 3.$7000000000 for phasing out nuclear energy British American tobacco suit Australia for passing a law limiting cigarettes paddler the French company Veolia each type of raising the minimum wage what is so scary about this is that corporations want to lock in that power so they'd know only one increase power they wanna make impossible a sovereign governments to reverse the changes which were going to give them power so for example we teach it if it pauses with I see is in it the privatization of the National Health Service which is happening in the UK can never be reversed what is democratic about an enormous ... imposition of power own countries whose citizens have no way of knowing what's going on of debating it or influencing the government in its decision ... that's anti democratic the history of these agreements shows that the very difficult to change unless people can see what's in them and that's why they kept secret because when the contents are revealed ... it generates an opposition wikileaks has had considerable success delaying the TPP and opening up the debates around it and the teaser by releasing the secret draft text our publication of an alley a proposed EU S. E. you agree the actor killed it entirely help the world become more transparent play do your part go to wikileaks.org forward slash T. tip Daschle wart //
"2015-08-17 16:31:51"
WikiLeaks offre €100,000 à qui révélera Le Traité de Libre-Echange Transatlantique 'TAFTA'
\\wikileaks Lawson connected to some you will put a composite of evidence from Chicago prove cliche shown up you could do did you play shows because I don't this is something I know of us it is about a final control and is it's the United States saying there may be another power in the world but we will be the ultimate power to teach it is the most important thing that is happening in Europe right now it's a secretive deal being negotiated between Europe and the United States interestingly the hopeful suitor Blondie's additions decree hungover Brooklyn if I don't have to do this on because on a clump of quote you devote your was innocent he never ... you read living in Europe rolling through you way it doesn't to them what you do if you don't have to talk about how it is if you provide the hood usually high due to commence with and then I'll have what begins its wanted to commence UMC IT could also context is the union objected to hide in a photo to commence in high tech he dipped his condition was and you know was one whimsy laughing the different Democrats it is a vision conclude pretty and most pre the decision at the W. T. ... does doe how rough ... India spoke up in Brazil spider cop and the U. S. lost control I think it's a no use a beating around the bush ... this meeting has a good option is a vision of abuse on you know with Scottish born with no problem 2 American is over the difference is between the 2 because it costs us from the criminal division is that Ben you talk about the after 9:00 position the beauty we pretty much almost for that after that Lycos when a good message seventies I see to see the cops on the good ship also kind of human when he found out when we he leaks ... was able to leave politics on button was interesting is when you look across all of these deals whether it be teaching TPP or tea set China is excluded but also Brazil Russia India South Africa they're old excluded because those are the emerging economies what I is not often understood is that these agreements apart of a geopolitical war ... this is a new war which is taking place within the United States and China ... the United States is very scared of the rise of China so we has moved ... to militarily inside clear ... 3 way school the pivot to Asia and now it's moving on to doing that economically the basic idea which comes across from reading U. S. strategy papers is the construction or in you granting closure and put inside this grand closure the United States 51 of the country's 1.6000000000 people and 2 thirds of global GDP ... to integrate our Latin America away from 0 and towards 9 states to integrate Southeast Asia away from China that's what's United States and integrate western Europe pulling it away ... from Eurasia as a whole and towards the land Dick Clark County which I never did get shipped could you depict don't come up but the shipment to speak his image it as it should definitely get up to now becoming Texas or cut second when so I had to shitty difficult way higher than what you BB month yeah effect I shake the moment if you know the monthly Panama's appeals I didn't this index hit a couple yeah I find it incredible as well that for something which is a trait agreement nope a matter of life and death in terms of security well maybe you can understand some risk so we don't even like those for him but for a trade agreement you know that we count actually making notes about what it is we're waiting issues that we might want to take away to look into which actually might reassure us you know if we really were able to sort of take this away and look at it in debt we does have access to the key documents the most important ones because the devil is in the details when it comes to trade agreements you need to know exactly what's in the text so that you can assess what the impact is going to be if the U. parliamentarians want to see the teacher they have to call the US embassy and make an appointment deployments are unavailable 2 days a week for 2 hour time slots only 2 parliamentarians are permitted at what's the go to US embassy they have to handy in every hour every electronic device so they cannot possibly make a copy must agree to keep everything confidential and that led to secure a reading room wait to US embassy guards watch everything that they do how can he you parliamentarians possibly understand what they're negotiating for Europe under the circumstance if you're going to see them again the whole purpose of it's always show next if the big data from you want to know fields measurement people the likes of you and I are excluded governments to a great extent are excluded those who are included of the multinational corporations these agreements are basically corporate ownership agreements the funny thing about free trade agreements as we understand it is that often have nothing to do with trade in the sense of the mutual lowering of tariffs what they're about as enshrining an investor rights regime in their respective countries and showing a corporations can run wild in the respective economies with very very little regulation or impingement by government or authorities these treaties will have a huge huge implications for literally almost every critical issue that an individual citizen our community would care about health education the environment I have privacy and access to medicines and the list could go on in this piece will surely be picked give the gift that estimate pretty you make ends meet the high demand that you feel because he's just so it yes stuff you know not innocent cyclic keep coming so quickly that the kids that don't just Chris could not put his own difficult it is to if a protest it affects their profits they can so if laws affect their ... their profits they consume if ... ... new regulations might impacts I aware that wear what they want to do with their money taken so this is a new power which will be handed over to US corporations to sue the governments of Europe in the power low judicial system which is available to them alone people have no access to it domestic firms have no access to it governments have no access to it it's just that foreign investors in this case US corporations appeals responded yes is upset but opinion could just went to a picnic 11 Chris a couple did you wanna be crushing them economic base this example shrivel not appreciate was but then type approach you did them up toward him and set me on the good put simply for which he did and that was not a prison British American tobacco you know just couldn't put clean worthless could not accomplish the points you I don't with responses we would you know kapple St initiate put a conditional discharge had them the the difference so that the fed just group could you know again the decision to Vietnam ushering about to get a good shot of tequila a successful perfect don't I clicked on my counter such on the security bishop addresses this one she did most so I pass when you do a quick test it's good you know a band who can create a standout a secure you can consider publicly defend his economy because it is a pro it basically create a consumer but just when he thought of the security in the USA 70 percent of all processed foods sold in supermarkets Tanis genetically modified ingredients whereas in the European Union we've said quite clearly we don't want G. M. ingredients in a food chain similarly in the U. S. 90 percent of all beef is produced using growth hormones which have been found to be cost the journey in humans so they're banned in the European Union and what the US government is saying is under T. tip under the free trade rules that they want to bring in European consumers don't get the right to choose destitution presumptive signup you become the the complete you kiss you know itself books deficient pupil for Asuka some cities have used what is so scary about this is that corporations want to lock in a power so they'd know only one increase power they wanna make impossible a sovereign governments to reverse the changes which were going to give them power so for example we teach it if it pauses with I see is in it the privatization of the National Health Service which is happening in the UK can never be reversed what is democratic about an enormous ... imposition of power own countries whose citizens have no way of knowing what's going on of debating it or influencing the government in its decision ... that's anti democratic the history of these agreements shows that the very difficult to change unless people can see what's in them and that's why they kept secret because when the contents are revealed ... it generates an opposition to accept considerably more heat of a pussy to Hutch district depicting you will feel good about dole did I see could address it a preview of the bush detect does hit the competition to push short on the capacitor twenties addition you're paying that much amounted to Tom you click to do you questions because I can't it didn't it didn't pick after she wonderful show which is owned slash the pitcher hit reward //
"2015-08-11 08:15:36"
WikiLeaks is raising €100,000 reward for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership 'TTIP'
\\wikileaks is raising a 100000 euro rewards for Europe's most wanted secret the trans Atlantic trade and investment partnership this is something I know of us it is about a final control and is it's the United States saying there may be another power in the world but we will be the ultimate power off the tee tip is the most important thing that is happening in Europe right now it's a secretive deal being negotiated between Europe and the United States once signed it will cement to key parts of the U. S. government's plan to create a new global block that will ensure the dominance of its largest companies and to understand why we need to go back to the 19 fifties no they yeah you they after the tomorrow war the you know the world's economy its influence was a much by any country was able to write the only rules of and trades to it's a the World Trade Organization was created in this context and the U. S. dictated rules that favored American business I but US economies like China and India join the WTO a more democratized every the US find it harder to control is this is making at the W. T. ... does doe how rough ... India spoke up in Brazil spider cop and the U. S. lost control I think it's a no use a beating around the bush ... this meeting has a good option US felt it needed a new strategy to maintain its global dominance so the classical American style they went back to bypass the WTO they're creating the biggest international agreements that the world has ever seen they're called the 3 big tease the trans Pacific partnership or TTP P. the trans Atlantic trade and investment partnership or teach it on the trade in services agreement parties up and they're all being negotiated in secret right now when he found out when we he leaks ... was able to leave polished sound button was interesting is when you look across all of these deals whether it be teaching TPP or tea set China is excluded from also Brazil Russia India South Africa they're old excluded because those are the emerging economies what I is not often understood is that these agreements apart of a geo political war ... this is a new war which is taking place within the United States and China ... the United States is very scared of the rise of China so we has moved ... to militarily insightful it ... 3 way school the pivot to Asia and now it's moving on to doing that economically the basic idea which comes across from reading U. S. strategy papers is the construction or in you granting closure and put inside this grand closure the United States 51 of the country's 1.6000000000 people and 2 thirds of global GDP ... to integrate a lot in America away from 0 and towards 9 states to integrate Southeast Asia away from China that's what's United States and integrate Weston you're pulling it away ... from Eurasia as a whole and towards the land of the 3 big tease wikileaks is revealed 4 chapters of the TPP which affects 12 countries in the Americas and Southeast Asia we also obtained and released the cortex the teaser thanks for countries in you but nearly all of teats it still secret when sign to teach it will cover half of global GDP among affect every European member state yet year parliamentarians have serious risk in accessing the proposed yeah I find it incredible as well that for something which is a trait agreement nope a matter of life and death in terms of security well maybe you can understand some restrict so we don't even like those famous but for a trade agreement you know that we count actually making notes about what it is we're waiting issues that we might want to take away to look into when touching might reassure us you know if we really were able to so take this away and look at it in debt we does have access to the key documents the most important ones because the devil is in the details when it comes to trade agreements you need to know exactly what's in the text so that you can assess what the impact is going to be if the U. parliamentarians want to see the teacher they have to call the US embassy and make an appointment deployments are unavailable 2 days a week for 2 hour time slots only 2 parliamentarians are permitted at what's the go to the US embassy they have to handy in every hour every electronic device so they cannot possibly make a copy must agree to give everything confidential and that led to secure reading room wait to US embassy guards watch everything that they do how can he you parliamentarians possibly understand what they're negotiating for Europe under the second set the world's biggest corporations don't have the same problem they have been receiving V. I. P. access from day one and the thought of bondage influence in the negotiations people the likes of you and I are excluded governments to a great extent are excluded those who are included of the multinational corporations these agreements are basically corporate ownership agreements the funny thing about free trade agreements as we understand it is that often have nothing to do with trade in the sense of the mutual lowering of tariffs what they're about as enshrining an investor rights regime in their respective countries and showing the corporations can run wild in the respective economies with very very little regulation or impingement by government or authorities these treaties will have a huge huge implications for literally almost every critical issue that an individual citizen our community would care about health education the environment I have privacy and access to medicines and the list could go on one of the most criticized us big city tip is a system called the investor state dispute settlement or I SDS it's a secretive international tribunal that allows companies to sue states over virtually anything that they can claim affects investment if a protest and affects the profits they can so if laws affect their ... their profits they can so if ... ... new regulations might impacts I aware that wear what they want to do with their money taken so this is a new power which will be handed over to US corporations to sue the governments of Europe in the power low judicial system which is available to them alone people have no access to it domestic firms have no access to it governments have no access to it it's just that foreign investors in this case US corporations based on I. S. D. S. history critics argue that European state sovereignty democracy are at serious risk previous lawsuits include Swedish company fatten file suing the German state for 3.$7000000000 for phasing out nuclear energy British American tobacco suit Australia for passing a law limiting cigarettes pad for the French company Veolia did you talk of raising the minimum wage teach it advocates say that in order for the E. U. and U. S. to be a single market regulatory barriers need to be eliminated this way for example a U. S. seatbelt manufacturer already selling seatbelts domestically wouldn't need to test for safety a second time a C. E. you would agree to recognize the U. S. safety standards they argue that this would save costs create jobs and lower prices for consumers but just how safe are you S. standards in the USA 70 percent of all processed foods sold in supermarkets Tanis genetically modified ingredients whereas in the European Union we said quite clearly we don't want G. M. ingredients in a food chain similarly in the U. S. 90 percent of all beef is produced using growth hormones which shipping found to be carcinogenic in humans so they're banned in the European Union and what the US government is saying is under T. tip under the free trade rules that they want to bring in European consumers don't have the right to choose T. tipped includes all the most important public sectors in Europe including education water railways postal services and most controversially it also includes public health services what is so scary about this is that corporations want to lock in that power so they'd know only one increase power they wanna make impossible a sovereign governments to reverse the changes which were going to give them power so for example we teach it if it pauses with I see is in it the privatization of the National Health Service which is happening in the UK can never be reversed what is democratic about an enormous ... imposition of power own countries whose citizens have no way of knowing what's going on of debating it or influencing the government in its decision ... that's anti democratic the history of these agreements shows that the very difficult to change unless people can see what's in them and that's why they kept secret because when the contents are revealed ... it generates an opposition wikileaks is had considerable success delaying the TPP and opening up the debates around it and the teaser by releasing the secret draft text our publication of an alley a proposed EU S. E. you agree the actor killed it entirely wikileaks is raising a 100000 euro rewards Europe's most wanted secret the trans Atlantic trade and investment partnership help the world become more transparent place do your part go to wikileaks.org forward slash T. tip dash rewards //
"2015-08-10 15:45:58"
Swedish Television: What is happening in the Assange case?
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do you do not know what the hell you did but mostly I think they have us for up to you now socials going going on thank assemblyman not almost all of them though there is a local man a year into my just horrible that fell down the inside of them if he in this about muscle on them idea and would wear out the house going believed them not the in the in this all known for us that a man on the on the amended envoy down till this isn't news only concerned with previously heading up weeklies was on hold similar taught us move to you now so especially in all of oppression that you'll see a list on the news all subs are laying idea who that feels unable to their aid in Philadelphia and often have correct that so talented the lamb number so then the effort the where all schooling from them there left until season like on the water yeah benefit a particular Syria and if this thought is cool but not a Hyatt Tian Clovis not just to be us so communism in hunting also handle me of your house massage 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Jordan will truly big outside the U. on Obama's or if you know what I think of them alea do you know when you devious they're saying it on his face there's a ... over here it's all get though on there for is us and I'm then that the dented or few policy we differ will get mad on their exciting as it is and it goes on and there's a big kid or leak on there or the expected organisers devoid of any credit could on this eva best chemical talk tonal all what is the limited and will appeal via until only one on the ground if you did not going back on the movie the poor and the vocals young eagles told an abandoned the spirits UN authority impartial no to it this believe that it is a boy who you know one of these of the seafood meat can often ... more immediate than he it's owner of itself on a dare now still so mad monarchical sales of just under toxic into muscle cells and also is you down a social call to the medicine organised equipment also India told them until this is somewhat like a 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"2015-06-22 20:31:51"
WikiLeaks: How is France under attack?
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"2015-06-02 13:56:25"
WikiLeaks is raising $100,000 reward for the Trans-Pacific Partnership 'TPP'
\\wikileaks is raising $100000 reward for the missing chapters on America's most wanted secret the trans Pacific partnership and this is why TPP is for American businesses American businesses businesses as Mrs public transpacific partnership but it might not sound import same here railing against their own press thank you John benefit from the TPP it is and forcible part right global government that is a giant giveaway the monster transnational corporations walls 3 pharmaceuticals telecom big polluters and outsourcers are all salivating at the chance to rig the upcoming trade deals in their favor all 29 chapters of the TPP our secret but 3 of them had been wikileaks so what do we know so far the United States is negotiating the TPP almost entirely in secret with the help of about 600 private corporations the TPP is a multi $0 a treaty that is being negotiated behind closed doors by the Obama administration they say it's a free trade deal but in reality it is anything but free and 80 percent of it isn't even about grade there 29 chapters only 5 of them have to do a trade they have to do with our freedom on the internet that to do it of the financial regulation of food and product safety between the covers nearly half of the world's economy and is the largest ever negotiated it will have implications beyond matters of trade including into almost every aspect of people's lives the TPP bands favorite local business experts say it will send millions of jobs overseas and drive down wages and conditions at home multinational corporations will be able to sue the government for passing laws including on the environment and health protections that they claim to affect their expected future profit that's what a company was able to sue a country over public health measure through an international court how the fuck is that possible believe Morris international a company with annual net revenues of $80000000000 basically threatened to sue Togo who's in toy GDP is 4.3000000000 pogo justifiably terrified by threats of $0 settlements back down from a public health will that many people wanted and it's not just Togo who tobacco companies sued Australia and its highest court Philip Morris international it's currently suing you work why British American tobacco sent a similar message to Namibia the Solomon Islands pharmaceutical companies will be allowed to expand their monopolies the availability affordable generic drug the TPP requires internet service providers to become internet policemen watching your every click it is a one way ticket once signed it will be locked in place for decades but the scariest thing about the TPP is that there are 26 chapters that cover our daily lives that we have not seen so let's raise $100000 as a reward for the missing chapters of the PP help uncover $1000000000000 secret that will affect the whole world take your pledge today go to wikileaks.org forward slash TPP dash reward the do I do //
"2015-05-26 14:13:56"
Western persecution: Is the UN Human Rights Council equipped to protect refugees from the West?
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"2015-02-05 16:10:24"
Sweden tells the UN that indefinite detention without charge is fine
\\we find this exercise extremely useful and we will bring all the ... conversations back home to see how we can improve I think I'll stop there and ... also if there is there any questions nnova well this is a very complex matter in what government can only do a few things ... we're aware of ... Mr songs being in in the embassy of Ecuador ... and we hope ... that they will be ... ways to deal with the legal process in my way or the other but this is up to ... the legal authorities to to that respond to live organ now you're asking somebody ... completely updated on on deadlines go my colleagues are are saying no there is no deadline okay thank you well paramount then as I thought riveted to have a person who is suspected of crimes due and have that person Tamar haunted the charges had been made I know very soon I so this take someone in that it's not it's not more time then it's not so before I have to establish good effects you don't have a minute no because no no and there is no you can you guys go ahead I'm not that's right okay thank you I //
"2013-11-13 14:10:08"
Multi_Viral
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I don't even know it yet how well not so I have a question for Chatham I think there's some pretty unusual people involved in this this this you talk more tomorrow alert emulate your brown shoes Palestine out me ... how did you kind of get us all together ... you're the prince with a practical things bring bring the myths ... and told me was he surprised about the idea and yet actually yeah he was on he liked the idea come from what I don't like the idea of working with us on working with you and at the end when when a list and they sent us on and the sound and he liked it a lot and you didn't know about comedy gotten but I'm and he liked her a lot too and he was very and a suit to work pressure it was like you I knew where very a very nice person and also like I didn't know what to expect and yeah well you know what they say in the press in the guardian that's no good yeah it yet I think whatever because they don't know you and I they paid a suddenly silent because they're trying to achieve some plain about a contractual dispute but that it's pretty pretty funny to see out but what's happening but I'm can you repeat this question ... in Spanish they don't you know my problem done though get along could we have I don't know how your local comedy Adam would handle command Reno or European currency a commodity X. you know don what airline I need us young and they they stand monthly opening deal and then you will live on the gets even more in a class of but when I hand them out yet or at and I wanna cry when equipment so we can it's a each game undergraduate Damayanthi now and then come slowly are no more Yang no policy act on a Yahoo and Katie's island are denied and talked about it it's a shame that we don't want children how clean and it was about I'm vindicated Liane and so but I mean they can be fed and that one up and it's not over yet morning but I don't get a product that a when we went hunting when you're out on that I come does yep it's okay just down because there's a lot of ... alpha was watching this is well you might be interesting to background you a bit so you know where you from talk a bit about your your home country and I just briefly how did you get a how did you become ... what you doing today Watson motivated you and inspire you on relationship music in relation to politics and what I I I I come from Puerto Rico and going to grade that small island in the carribean but it's great great people of other and it and we are also a colony of the United States and I care it's like a 5050 I can't say like are 50 percent of the people and one of the state and maybe or maybe 45 horse and and then you have like cattle 40 of 45 sometimes you know it's like a big match by well people wants to be like they are now electrical long well and I guess by forest and of the people want to be independent like me and and I guess I grew up with that a lot of social awareness because of my dad he used to what color would then well with the white parents and and and he did she I lark and reconnecting out with Latin America and would you seek and and the documentary and IP and when I finally was able to when when it when I I a start traveling through Latin America I started learning more on learning more and a you know their power mathematic either students and the other workers and the guy where next Dutch social awareness that exceeds the Latin America she is so big that it was like a buyer acting and I guess connect I wouldn't that and I just wanted to write about it but that's why I'm here like writing about these kind of things on issues and and yeah and perhaps you can give this summer again in Spanish just briefly yeah right yeah yeah greatly and are going out on the landing when they're on the name of what country cooking I have you know how you get on the when I put on it eh daus lead okay he's I'm influenced eucalypts indirect tax or not and taking them and the and the idea now my idea get inside without or we need one dying and going one way at paying Alitalia's of Seattle colonial contractility of middleware and it is okay I yeah gay people family Papa manual mucho connect I make on the bass was that in the Latino community activates the early L. 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Nijmegen baguette on Latino many guys have been on the ground Continente they already are only 30 and then with China and the theme is Michael don't really now you allocate Duncan want to yeah I am soooo ... noooo see 13 ... out something with it xxxii Mitch students well where we've both been out the subject of of folds media reporting sometimes quite extensively but I want channels or journalism out outlets for particular brands and were you referring to insult I'm sorry I'm sorry can you repeat the question that I I well we have what we do not think we both experienced bad media yet and very bad media yeah I know a lot about but right so firstly my organization has has been throught but Adam where you in the song talking here about a particular events or particular a news outlet and I I was in that song you know I was 13 Jan are and that some have like like maybe you can divide the sun on need for different parts and you have the first part if like magnetic orange and when you get mad panel deck Michiko I'll things that you feel when you are about to goal against someone and terms of ideals and then you have like an absolute unit peaceful solution yes to write your ideas and and show them to the people and and then I start talking about black media a anything yet about media act not only in the U. S. you Howard or the people you have any I mean everywhere in Latin America a in Europe and I think the government has a lot of control they controlled a lot of the media and also reached people I asked a simple S. at the time and Sir ran a ... perhaps the answer in Spanish what is what is the problem and so what I if there's bad media so water if it lies with what the single it's a different selector and this is very simple that people have to be aware of all the data and they have to know that when you are reading it's not true and they have to cherish for or other information on my way what is what does it matter if they are misled and once the matter they believe false things and well that maybe they can die or an idea that it's not true maybe they go to war fight for something that they think that they're fighting for but they're not fighting they get item or dangerous or other people and not for a real pain you now yeah yeah and can I can I am you answering Spanish as well and met up and down those overrated not Manlio and and I don't know I guess because I'm having a ticket there might only legal one body out might have alpha and I bought a piece if you are also in court I hated it and went on to get a little time think that IBM no that would increase the government there and what role the poor little gal national she owned by 3 feet guy plants and not enough on that that you get one of my son I guess I am if I can get a little and level of insulin and not many of coal mining running for much beyond that I won't ask you again so what a and go home good morning Mariel affect done a ... I'm so proud of you and the boy and I went on a mother with god I had a cold lead lap or Jack and dishing up like that but another democratic anciens that this around and make game again or to marry or not marry analytics another diet but I think it will cut you talk and they don't know what happened to him it down quickly yeah handpick a lot I had happened from the little John the bottle maybe a half in length siesta go stay even waiting for how they act and once you have that in the end that I mean that is a little bit yes my only comment I have become an intense later right now you say certain professions ... yet I don't propose actually you know my friend in my ... something with her and she's great but it you know you herbs sometimes we see this criticism against people are in musical people famous for one reason or doing something else that's different at criticized and actually I can see sometimes this criticism about someone is very non OB la of they think they know something about everything and but I just wanted if you reflect a bit on that about down people who you Alan choose to be clinical even though that's not their primary professional that used my ... a a political societal involvement down what do you think about that is and how to do it on the right way to do it is is it everyone's responsibility to the political it's just those people who actually have an ability to do so I think it everyone it's a responsibility that I have and I thought you might be you know I have to be political and because politically both politics around around me you know I I'm surround by politics and social beings and so our social problems show I have learned important whoever he went to everyone and a good 1 and 4 more make an effort to what what about this and hasn't ... is there any difficulties in the works like you know you got a distribution companies in the US and elsewhere Britain laden record labels are do they apply some pressure do you have to do is buried up to navigate somehow yeah we have to navigate somehow like you have to hope like like thanks to god I have like and good people I'm surrounded by good people and also like we are now independent book of what if we reviewed their Dan album maybe we do it with Iraq unable and as I have good people and the record label you know you have bad and good people that and I for example that bottle aspirin my ex record label that he's he's very punk in terms of trying to move beans and and a good music you know to put it on on on on the radio and and and he works and you have to try to use all the tools you know and even if any of the people felt bad about you you yes I don't care I just do it because I feel that and that's I think that that's important if you feel that it's good what you're doing and you're helping somehow you just do it you know ... are just a translator gonna try to spend yet in a methadone number vehicle now click on me and they well lucky blocks young and as happy dieting you like a plan by which he disguises and report any PC can proceed centerpoint any PC and I'm hoping she owed a debt being are actually number higher I might add a method mother and Kathleen earlier general PCS battle at sea I handed and delaying it on the companion a couple 0 I actually cannot remove gonna output employment pretty endowment fund your game people own and dependable data what I what I groom will going on so that all the data and they gave me exactly a unit in a very small circle as us with our common goal of getting a little bit and at a Korean and Tehran act alone haters you look at the only on a humble API being but on the point of diaper go report and they can also that on a somewhat but it really is that a lot of Wednesday's but I think he was a boy and the unknown exceeding I get fed me but in fact as I thought I had I mean that that had a baby a different panel than ever yes a I have a question from ... enlighten me 30 how do you think people should pressure media stop propaganda and stop informing instead and it does not provide and then started forming yeah yeah and I don't know yeah it's it's but I maybe E. I just try the mastering them on the head all the time but then they I I don't like me very much he had no blood unit unit you know it know it's it's and the question and I think that it's happening it's happening lie for example would there not in the music business now I assume as you proved that you can you can do it without them and you know Daystar to loose and I thank Lou you know power so I and in the music business is the same like I I guess show the world that without being on the radio I can make huge concerts I can have a huge fanbase so you know even though some radio stations help us and and I not necessarily need down and I so that her world so you can do it you can do the same thing with the newest I and and you can stop reading them or or you can give us and read them but you know that it's a lie and you just joke about that and and that way they lose creating unity and power and grading review that and I'm at is a very important thing you know and if you look at it that credibility is that power right off the bat and they're losing it and really fast right now yeah so it I I I I can translate that you buy a the game and can you repeat the question without being we are going how do you think people should pressure about the media to up stop its propaganda Aaron and start informing people about it a call girl Mario bianco gay now and they're playing but if you're not I'm I don't mean to you but again they and they they have a little fun on that if they our way now it's a brand name that I think how I thought he'd be difficult Toda and today he by military can overwhelm icon and began with a guy gay and in the beginning again and they can they get lumped Webster Democrat on the land of Ontario point and I don't absolutely not I avoid dimple but I'm astounded gaze he so I'm not ideal yet I'm gonna see if the US national and an operator be making up for it it I will not cry but I I don't know how you like it when you know those are the only multi pronged own connect OCA Africa in 1889 and be thou economic were much younger 5 tiny little man you now that I put down here a a RP unemployed and Dan o'kane nope I don't care what he did and and I don't mind you my friend and I believe you are in a complaining and you yes I'm going to diverge for a moment NASA quest in bio and I never tried before being a political journalist ma yeah I'll try to become a music journalist from moment okay so I'm quite curious it's been something like 3 years is upright since lost album yeah and I agree it's yeah okay just stylistically this song about you know it's that that that strong wrapped lot of words and is that ... reflective move on and you style you've developed or something we're going to see in ... your album release ... at office next year but out then when the next one is released yeah I am hope what AP you wanna feel that same the whole album and they're there we always play with you John and we we make different instruments and brown a friend generosa yes your honor Dan Raskin and so ... and yet the song it's fast we want it to be that way and and of course if you have someone out on the track is going to be a little too yeah and yeah but the whole album it's gonna be it you're gonna you're gonna feel the difference in between songs it's like apple will be but it's there is difference like add different moving like yeah I don't know naked series of different ideas yeah and you say in Spanish as well yeah yeah I get it and I will man them and last there and when I was young academic when when I was young better late moment a if a condom on and on and they go ahead and update them on family Amanda thing I think that it is that it's a place I had ideas now wakes academic a place an IPO market look let's get blamed the oder hand painted but he gets a little you can be quite logical one of the good and also a little cool good okay Haykal a manhunt illegal book and I will come in Chile at MIT frantic a more ethical if I am that I am yeah I did a question here about what the ... of the you know all the lyrics that are in Arabic me but other occluded added slightly differently off of this song has 5 languages right ... if you had Spanish English Arabic ... wrapped alright and use it I have heard of it all reviews it was a little bit of French yes Baja 6 yeah can you speak about what it's like to what why have used multiple languages do you think that spreads the audience reduces the audience Tom and what isn't being what is being said in Arabic I think it and you know their their audience and grows what I don't know if it I love the idea was to to to have like a collapse of different people in the same song and different languages you know I just thought about they acted like IBM without thinking about and it is going to have more audience or not and IBM maybe have it it helps I don't know but I thing and in day and in terms of concept it was great to have a rabbit and a little bit of French and English and Spanish and and in Arabic translation is like and you know like the rulers they're not gonna rule no more and and and that's what I'm saying in Arabic and also talking about and I would run a high for freedom and then we have la and a cameo yeah Jane Elliott are fire in their eyes 9 different sentences that I that I said yes and that in our army and make that and make those words grinds so you're talking about dander and yeah in her heart okay we so we just have a home 2 minutes can you tell me where that is release strategy for the for the for the song ... it's it's available free to download is it going to be a media was going to be part of the album we had a great there really is it's going to be available everywhere and you can buy and if you want to buy a knife wounds or the other basis and you have desarrollo so that they are helping out a lot who and then you have we going to have a look for free in our tweeter so whatever if you wanna cooperate unit by Eddie not you can download for free in our a tweeter so we're gonna have and they're in on soundcloud with that I just found out so you can download that song okay and a in Spanish running they cared and they might find a lot of meal in a plan behind it day and when I die and I don't like that and these are not independent and many of the plane comprising ankle but I he noted when behind what we get done being that they gonna want one and I think happy thoughts I'm glad a I wanna I wanna I think before we leave I don't wanna bother you but I wanted to ask you about a PPP the second release and that and that I think that reading important their weapon does so as if if a get down and you're young or anyone numbing attacks like until we for much young check it out and we'll tell you if I got one thing that I kinda what I'm being so candid about it of it along with the people out there despite complete complete coincidence are yeah the exact same time over the release of this song we put together our is also the same type of a major out which you aches release Armonk the TPP the trans Pacific partnership so that Sir a mega trade deal ... that is being negotiated in secret over the last 4 years ... it in it's the largest trade deal that the U. S. has ever negotiated ... involves 12 nations ... more than 40 percent ... global GDP ... 40 percent of the economy of the world bound up in this thing ... ended its coupled together with that another sort of system see our restructuring of international relations cold food ... TT I pick which is the same deal but for US and Europe so you have Mexico throughout Chile straight a supreme nations Japan through ... involved in this thing and of course that they're trying to spread out from and so we released today of the secret international at the secret delta intellectual property chopped up what they call intellectual property is actually all about how to extend out the monopoly rights that companies like about money center which has genetic agents however we can call on our our extending the ability of Disney ought to a criminally prosecute a people for dell downloading fumes are prosecuted out instead service providers while Japan introducing something cold they call the AIM IR okay Payton prosecution highway ... Japan has you so we released a list the secret negotiating positions for over 12 countries ... concern it's a it's a big deal you're politically dear politically it's the Alan United States cooling together some of the countries around Asia and in Latin America to create a massive our economic and legal ... block bought and not inviting China are each the block then doing the same thing with you and it creates near judicial ... institutions I'd operating each national level the consumer governments and off when people have their rights to appear we are out there on the riots in these courts but you see records except it's so cold in there and in the stuff are we released I I think you gotta have fun are trying to translate that to Spanish give it a go I yeah I think it's gonna be a it's gonna be other that difficult but and I have the floor I I try to translate on or maybe it's easier if you ask if I can get you out like an arrow leak or something that I can put on Twitter when we have we have a we have about us we've just produced a lot when nada article ... we work with what we're not a to analyze these or awful span of Mexico Alvin that's probably the easiest one that gives every voter I'm I'm going out with that because I don't wanna means and I don't wanna make it look like you just got to beat the big deal proxy can just translate is this is a secret deal the US is put together with 12 other nations including Mexico ... that's I'm covers 40 percent of all the economy of the world and trying to push it through into law international ball out before the end of the year they get passed around a lot at 8 Dana print depicted there they may break and second I don't in our house o'neill entertaining not how I handle it data no Democrat encompassing until a and what I'm sorry hands yes yeah can you relate that you're calling of the will quit Senate they're quite what it was and put it on only on and saying and and you set out something about China that it it's like a block yeah it's it's sort of up to isolate China a barrel Vietnam and planted in the lead but okay don't say Xinhua local my bike they it aims by someone I am reacting in a tournament naturally when I thought of and I'm looking 1000000 yes I know that eventually I want to know that we're not like it when I'm yeah and and then I was going on a if I don't I'm going in and the level of an army and we will get married and that I would begin yeah I'm just saying that I wanna I wanna understand it better and I want to read it and I think we won out and I a N. yet so I think I think we're going to have to think this release is going to pretty much kill it you're yeah you get then it's but it's my excuse for being ... so unshaven and so did my handsome and yeah we have been awake for like the past 4 days doing this thing yeah so the union may have a better really but they're like them deflecting I think back then that people as I can not affect our and a lot what Italy at all on the net ones of people I think a lot when they're not at all unlikely the act within a Swedish and I don't have to say because I gotta go to and I know that you're super bitchy I don't have to save you and thanks thanks for everything and for being so open minded and so open to work with us and to understand our project and will be part of it and and for being so helpful for the people you know Indiana so bank teller okay I think you know it's been great I think the I think the song con ... sings for excel thank ... I don't here you and I I hope you and I can see you soon and I hope I can see you and the boys very pro etcetera one day and one day we'll get that but I think they can buy a bogus your brother yeah //
"2013-11-03 20:24:34"
German MP Ströbele talks in meeting with Edward Snowden [Silent Video]
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"2013-11-03 20:24:23"
Snowden and German MP Ströbele sign letter regarding being potential witness [Silent Video]
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"2013-11-03 20:24:14"
Snowden talks at meeting with German MP Ströbele [Silent Video]
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"2013-11-03 20:18:59"
German MP Ströbele discusses with Snowden investigation into NSA spying [Silent Video]
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"2013-10-18 21:06:34"
What do Julian Assange's Friends think about The Fifth Estate?
\\NPO makers were actually I don't wave servicing American foreign policy interests in a rather direct NMO in the yeah yeah during I mean this is about the call alleging that he dyes his hair long yeah withstood demonic expression in Iraq although I did not know that phoning fire I mean it was just slow down solicited Davies says Gillian that Daniel don't fight back is depressing helps him distinguish fact from fiction I laughed out loud and that's what I came up with NBI with it right Davies pointing out to Julian who the speeds and then that you know by well sure the sin hero this the hostess crazy shouting Perugia jumping up appeared on the refuse to be part of this spirits here well I want this I tell you I burn holes of papers on it's not a common I never did that so graceful so you have no idea what the man fourth but truth of duration the basis say Benedict Cumberbatch your flight I unix and joy and by this film because as someone who's been there with you and is that was a complete peace Tatian of what I am that's a family and experience and not only that it's disappointing because a film that covers the Afghan war dogs upon arrival in Los talks about he doesn't talk at all about the public interest I have a nice mentioned that 1000000 people and millions of it in cash or if you went to it doesn't mention that people are being tortured in Egypt mention the Amnesty International said that he likes that the Arab spring these other more and instead of petty disturbances McCurry it focuses on saturated Smith race the only thing I could do was invented story about Libya as we know evidence for any suggestion anyone's been night I could identify one person to and the snow was all about him and bring about the race wasn't sneeze that's a he's Weiss please it's also been watching you go but you won Pat back from the court must reject is that the press from yeah you weren't even there and then you've got both in your time and I no they were the last people to go there with supposedly the first people and that would give at first amendment protection so that for your suspects were fast I made it waits and waits and waits and then eventually we would have to publish button that that might on the meal time you wait 5 minutes complete which of the bills are theirs yeah the point that John made is correct one you can't exactly make a film about wars that the Americans are fighting and and then not any account of all the people killed murdered main disappeared forced if you can extra judicial killings all the stuff that goes on in American foreign policy is hardly in the fifth ... we hear a lot of headlines about what Julian stuff it down but we don't see the actual results if you read the document you see and know that he is again part of the disgrace of still more about Julian about all those things it's graceful portrait of him as well emphasize the Michigan law where the ... the informants life is in danger he made a and its present finished as fact Joe dirt and that the extent to which doesn't it it's a company as well as their lies about the budget because yeah it's just script yes it's a difficult world yeah and there's no better tomorrow and there's no better tomorrow there but there might be a golden dawn that is that you know goes on and on it's all down to you you wouldn't want you doing what about what and what interest for what purpose none of this life can I think and Julian is not free get through August which is that he doesn't have this extraordinary twitching face that come about song was one moment when ... junior was talking about the trade that he said that he as a way to which trailer and then a couple of minutes later we watching the ... they become room talking about the film because he prime ministerial copy of the film especially Patrick the first thing you said about it was that very thing here's a way give that Mister gross ... somebody's kitchen is really well sit outside that woman's great success that the powers that be showed that film prime minister and didn't have the grace take it to the Ecuadorean embassy to give Julian a screen it's disgusting no it's actually pathetic I think we need to drink to get over this yeah that I 20 secure phones to assist in staying anonymous $5000 fighting legal cases across 5 countries $1000000 upkeep of servers and over 40 200000 donations lost do the banking blockade 15000000 added cost due to house arrest $500000 watching the world change as a result of your work priceless there are some people who don't like change for everyone else is wikileaks to find out more about wikileaks financial blockade and how to donate please visit wikileaks.org forward slash support.HTML //
"2013-10-11 22:23:13"
Edward Snowden speaks about dangers to democracy at Sam Adams award presentation in Moscow
\\and it's led us to a point in our relationship with the government where we have an executive of the department of justice it's on willing to prosecute high efficiency lied to Congress and the country one but they'll stop and not told them and that's fine //
"2013-10-11 22:23:06"
Edward Snowden speaks about government transparency at Sam Adams award presentation in Moscow
\\about a trend the relationship government Java there day is coming swing into what we as a free if we can St policy programs of our government cannot bring our right as someone who's very clever said recently we don't have an oversight definitely //
"2013-10-11 22:23:00"
Edward Snowden receives Sam Adams award in Moscow
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"2013-10-11 22:22:52"
Edward Snowden smiles at Sam Adams award presentation in Moscow [silent clip]
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"2013-10-11 20:35:15"
Edward Snowden speaks about NSA programmes at Sam Adams award presentation in Moscow
\\people all over the world are realizing that these programs don't make us more safe Dana her arm they hurt our country the limits our ability to speak think be creative to have relationships with social and they're going coming in because and there's a 4 between legal a gym and spa one part of it it's based on reasonable suspicion individualized I don't want to sort of dragnet valence which entire population under sort of implies it seems everything even when it's not needed //
"2013-10-11 20:34:23"
Edward Snowden at Sam Adams award about presentation in Moscow [silent clip]
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"2013-09-05 09:48:19"
Julian Assange talks to Ron Paul part 4
\\I understand that you're still doing some campaigning even from your own location there yeah it it it's very interesting trying to run running the campaign from here you know the media things I can do a bit like I'm doing with you ... what's being much harder ... is to lead a political party from the other side of the world ... within 9 out time to write I am having a lot of other things going on the publishing organization massive Edward Snowden case and that that actually led to ... ... in directly to I. resignation of of ... ... one of my running mate our only one ... ... and 3 people on on that council out because of that you know you need to sort of make a as a leader to make harmony amongst everyone else by collecting the differences ... yourself that is being quite challenging to put it mildly //
"2013-09-05 09:41:13"
Julian Assange talks to Ron Paul part 3
\\you know you've been working on this intensely I'm sure for quite a few years as a lease for 7 years on trying to get this information out but I'm interested in what your reaction is does it get you angry do get frustrated when you find out about things going on how how big a surprise of surprises have you found are you really shocked and surprised me on what you anticipated I actually am pretty surprised even though I'm a cynic about all the government does sometimes I'm pretty shocked what is your reaction been at to what you have discovered over these years well sometimes I am shocked and surprised I mean I've been investigating what the National Security Agency and the allied agencies in other countries between doing over 20 years and now put out a book lost vehicle cyberpunk sign that you know we really have to be we have to watch this phenomena because this is a drifting into something that nationals creativity scientist William Binney holes turnkey totalitarian himself over the basic elements of a state like we surrounded the stodgy in East Germany are being built out it's a it's a potentially serious about challenged about the moxie and we're going to do something about it fed it turns out we swords with Edward Snowden revelations other my my cynical interpretations about what was probably going on ... were correct and that didn't surprise me that not that I hadn't thought that sort of thing I was cross possibly or probably going on added that nearly every bad interpretation in nearly every negative interpretation was in fact ... occurring and the most the educational experience but I've had them without publications is not one of venturing out of his many very interesting individual events I for example ... because a I'm a military ... based ... in this ... the military base in the Indian Ocean ... which is given to the United States by the UK so the blind out and know the native people positive being there for 200 years ... and the the Brits out structured ... environmental legislation to protect the fishing protect the fish in the scene around that place it was all designed in fact to exclude the native people permanently and dump them in riches I'm and make a legal excuse not happen come back and also to manipulate of the center left I and the green moping environmental lobby ... into opposing this self determination are all those native peoples failed lots and lots of things like that the biggest ... surprise though is that a panorama is this what it that is the thing thing yeah that that is done on mass and so in so many places and of that system because I actually even think that you know release this type popping cables that no one excluding within the state department had actually had actually read them like the way that we did and did they all dedicated to their little area but well and that particular mission in particular country and I read the cables to do with that ... but we and some others ... who were involved in the publications and some very interested members the general public of course read widely across whole thing so we could see ... wanted the general tendency will ... and going on in many many different kinds and that's the thing that is most concerning to me that it's this isn't what is happening to the world now ... is not some Henry Kissinger is bigger are making secret cults and plans ... about your political strategy we do this here and then we you know we can guide to Russians there except because that happens a little bit and those people I like to think that there I mean in in charge it seems to me that what is ... actually going on is a pretty much out of control ... bureaucracy ... involving about the state and big corporations the National Security Agency now 80 percent our over the budget ... goes to ... booze Allen Hamilton Lockheed Martin right phones all and it's not just the US phenomena I it's a it's a global comic companies like BID a British Aerospace there in Sweden there in United States found it it's a it's I would liken it to a ... Mongol horde yeah there is some people trying to be in charge but in some ways but it's basically I'm thinking and reasoning process and all the secrecy means that no one has a proper oversight but what is going on ... that that to me is what is most concerning about this is not some bad people making bad decisions you understand what's going on as this is bad people good people all mixed up into a system ... where they're blind and link it ... because of the secrecy in an unthinking marauding ... state corporate ... drop receive //
"2013-09-05 08:47:42"
Julian Assange talks to Ron Paul part 2
\\now the work that you've been doing it a little bit about that the very important work that ... has drawn attention to many millions of people around the world ... can you describe rather briefly the motivation for you to do the ass out what is it is it generalize just getting to the bottom of things in the truth or are there some other motivations that you have say in foreign policy or how did you get so involved in this and ... and and and you get so much attention for the US yeah why I have a you know a philosophical view that ... ... that every war every regulation every constitution ... in fact every decision the retailer even as individual human beings comes about as a result of what we know now and the communications that we have and the sum the sum total of the the intellectual wealth ... all available civilizations of as the Saudis of our old bass ... upon ... what we know Sir we can only be as good as what we know we can't be any better than what we are how decisions and so far ... as we try and make them about the will be leaving I have to be based on the world we live in if they're based upon fantasies we end up with things like the Iraq war there was a decision about the world that we didn't live in a world where Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction which you did not are and the result is a catastrophe sorry ... I would look at this long historical view about the development the cation and humanity of civilization being based on that about that I I would have saved us personally ... ... I don't like ... lies in its train context ... we would say ... the impact on our party slogans is that it's time to make a profit on us ... in camber ... which is the strength of people and ... that's ... something it's appreciated by this train population the bed unlike invite you and so I I like it I like here a good fight I'd like to know the truth ... bid in his big philosophical Rome I think the way for people to be free are and the way for people to receive justice ... is for there to be more knowledge and more truth about how ... human institutions actually behave I want to bring up the subject off certain incidences that might prompt you know governments to do certain things prior to the Iraq war ... some of the neo cons here in America wrote bad a Pearl Harbor event in general would be a good idea because we could take advantage of that and we could bring all the people because I was shocked they were so blunt that it could be a positive to have a Pearl Harbor event they do say this create one I'm not trying to say that but they said if there's a Pearl Harbor event if somebody else does it yeah this take advantage of it but having you touched on this subject of somebody looking for an incident ... you know with Syria that would justify you know all the countries to command unknown I just discovered a covenant British governor command and do something in Syria ... was or something along that line that you had that discovered but that's right I am part of the stress for release ... a biweekly extract for is a U. S. ... intelligence contracted based in Texas yeah I mean and we got hold of 5000000 of their emails and they do consulting work for many different governments and organizations and and private organizations and of one of those emails ... from 2000 late 72000 women are it is a report back from one of their agents ... meeting with ... the US airforce ... represented of the French military and British military us speaking about of what the the hopes and and ... gameplan walls and did various circumstances are essentially by the west will buy US NATO if you like nam and good ... they really felt that what they needed ... walls for there to be some ... humanitarian outrage ... in Syria and ... that once they have that ... that would you demise ... going in with a big ass strike out and of course they wanted to for other reasons they were looking that we're funding rebels that the INS talk about sending special operations forces in there the infected already there on the ground devising people ... ... your assassination campaigns and so on loot the usual stop the usual way you support a government I was being spoken about that very frankly ... ... but most of all for a bigger involvement are they needed some a humanitarian outrage author will get along too I think we have seen that I'm not suggesting that it ... out that it was fabricated although that's all it is still a possibly the case of the rebels may have thought that about products ... RFID short it has now been taking advantage of these countries never really gave a damn about Syrians before I wouldn't care care about students ... and if you look at the human rights situation in Saudi Arabia which is the polling for the human rights situation in Bahrain I wear a friend of mine who I interviewed ... is as being held a brainy prison for over 2 years off for tweeting and now I give a damn about that ... they just want to take advantage this situation in order to achieve what they see eyes the geo political ends ... in Syria one of the charges made against you and individuals like me who will be found openness in government and finding out what's going on is if you release this information many innocent people are going to dis going to reveal secrets of people will suffer no way I understand it you've gone to extreme lengths to try to prevent this and I would think that of any single person had been injured or died from the releases if information they would be out there with that news is this just their propaganda ... for them to try to dissuade you from doing things so should just tell us exactly what you do to try to prevent any injury to anybody where anybody getting killed on the release of this information well it it's interesting question it's an empirical point products ... eva this sort of public activity that we engage in our I guess people killed our dog right it's it's just a factual question ... well we have 7 years of publishing history are not a single person as physically come to harm that's not me thank god ... that's the US government thing in fact now General ka now the person who is responsible for looking to this issue in the Pentagon said under oath just 2 months ago and the Bradley manning trial that they could not find a single person are they did come to harm as a result of our releases about the activities are off the Pentagon or in fact any part of the US government and no government official now from the Pentagon not from the state department are not from other governments ... ... alleges how did we have because even a single person to come to harm so it's it's very interesting that you often hear that ... questions spoken about because it's completely false out now those people being involved in reporting on government to be over the years will tell you that is the line that has always struck that every single time ... they've been doing it for 50 years at least every time but didn't Paris thing ... released information revealing ... deception are in government that's the line trying to change the topic ... you know this they couldn't argue on the facts ... Alchemax are indisputable ... we also have the world's best record for having never got it wrong now we have never really the document that has been missed described I buy a house you know released the full stockman thing is true with something like that asserted they couldn't argue on the ground that what we were saying was full ... so they have to try and as we would say in Australia ... play the man ... and not playable //
"2013-09-05 07:15:33"
Julian Assange talks to Ron Paul part 1
\\having spent some time in in Washington I work with the various groups and one thing that I've noticed is whether an individual calls himself ... libertarian conservative constitutional or even progressive that individuals can work together and I suspect the people that are following what you're doing today might have a similar experience and you may know what I'm talking about the people come together even though we might not have precise understanding or agreements on all the issues as much as the coming together I had found was due to individuals who wanted to be honest wanted to know the truth of things and they were they were driven more by finding truth and they were for promoting Republican Party or the Democratic Party and therefore I was able to talk to other people but it was a narrow group because most people I don't quite accept that did you I have a Sansa as well yeah it's just something that I have been thinking about recently trying to describe this phenomenon noted of my political party that's running straight elections next week other wikileaks pod ... way out now already other fourth most popular party and straight up I'm only founded early the early this year and that is we have a wide variety of people you would classically sailor from the right and left I within the party in their attention about that and I have to try and resolve these tensions and explain what is the commonality and I think it's a very interesting phenomena that ... there has developed I would say ... in extreme Santa ... in the establishment politics so in the the ... I would in my language that coopted pots for the Republican Party coopted pots the Democratic Party ... who were involved in self promotion networking political dynasties ... and that ... you doing favors for might insult ... and they've just they're just working the system they don't have any ideas really that they believe in ... and then that extreme center ... which is really pushing forward aggressively in a particular direction to promote itself ... has ... will lead to others are feeling like that is not what they want to be involved and so there is now ... a magnetic force between what you would traditionally described as segments of the ride and segments of the left and up from the if we look at what is traditionally best about where I we we would say if they they will adjusted so that the desire for jobs the the decency are all trying to ... look off to people who are unjust acts committed and we can say that ... from a power perspective as well ... they would save it injustice comes about as a result of ... inequalities in power ... and if we look at a at a ride libertarian perspective ... we can say simile out that ... injustice or or or or the for lack of human virtual growth it comes about as a result of a lack of freedom and a lack of liberty and I like the freedom lack of liberty are at it essence ... is caused by our inner quality in power you Leviticus I've been deprived from you unless someone else ... has got more power and so there is actually a commonality between these 2.of view and ... I think one of the most important mechanisms which deprive people of dignity and deprive people of justice ... is I symmetry our information so that meant an asymmetry in power inequality in power because ... ... one group knows what's going on ... and another group ... doesn't know what's going on or is being ... being fed lies and that it's something I think about that the right and the left broadly speaking that the decent people who believe in something ... can agree on other neither of them alike beat like he told lies well let me ask you a few things specific about the campaign you're running on a party label is a cold wikileaks part is that correct if the wikileaks party ... we have ... some tooth thought a few months ago we have some thousands of members ... we're running in 3 of the 5 ... states ... bitterness right okay the ... the for the Fang admit but there but it's you don't have a body in office this is a brand new party is that correct that's correct Braniewo rejected this year out the polling is very interesting so even the even the Australian government's own polling outfit oz says that I have between 25 and 28 percent of the product that's across a 4 different polls ... including even a third polling outfit ray Morgan ... of dividing intention although that's not going to translate into the bug because it's trying voting system is quite complex in in how the device works but that's a extremely interesting places stock from ... a course I'm proud of that ... but I think it's we sort of pull back my own personal interest I thought that the interesting phenomena now that that is a code at its 40 percent of the voting intention for people under the age of 30 I'm also very interesting phenomena wise that occur //
"2013-04-09 15:55:53"
PlusD Release Press Conference
\\well good morning and welcome to this is a weekly press conference it's very nice to be here I'm very close to only houses with power that and we have them rest dealing within the in the following manner and we are here to present a little like this in our newest project and that way we can appreciate this morning is that they all have our brief introduction and then we give the floor to the Ecuadorean embassy and and we're doing a songs clue that and talk about the project and then we'll have fun questions and answers afterwards so I think we are ready to proceed and we have connections to the yeah but when embassy ... the product that we are a introducing this morning is to release hope 1.7000000 documents ... from the state department and potentially Ariel through in 1973 to 1976 this we are either are making available to the general public ... enough should too database and emerging as 1.7000000 documents with the you already leaked released and cables than in the cable guy projects the 251000 cables and the documents from 1973 to 1976 our from our very ... so grins who periods in our history and they are casting a light on the US relational UN involvement in many countries countries who for example the moon in look Latin American dictatorships so they are also great importance Lisa documents ruled previously classified and but they are now available and that's in a very difficult so of former it is very hard who shows for these documents for academics and journalists and they're very hard for the general public and I urge anybody and try to find information there you have to loose joints in various falcons and on and and and it's very hard to work sewer system one and for more food or foods you proceed is the complexity and the inaccessibility of documents and it seems to be that the year current government is here not making of Jude's efforts in making these historical documents accessible and in this way we are providing a public service intellectually what the government should be doing to make this site I easily accessible to everybody no there has been also a very ... serious soon friends often reversal of declassification there has been applauded in secrecy as well in the mid nineties of president Clinton by an executive order a home and ordered Zanuck declassification of patrol of documents this was soon reversed the inner secrets there under the bush administration is was revealed in 2006 that there are more than 55000 documents ... that had previously been declassified had been reclassified and this was so not under by the demands of CIA and other agencies and it was soon revealed that in 2009 that said and this was an ongoing trend and a very serious one when there administration and tries to work and it hides documents that were previously available it you might be tempted to say that the the government cannot be trusted with these documents so we took the matter in our hands and we are now making this available in not a very assess will earn a database and where did you can easily search forum forum and stories that are of great significance we are working on this project with 18 media partners that have threatened sometimes who were assess these documents and they found stories that I have been focusing I don't or anthems already or will publish in the next to hours or on days they are into pertaining to information that out of a lot of grades interest or is very you can see in these documents that Sir that surround the foreign minister of Sweden covering their whole car before ministers failure woke had very good relations with the U. S. government at this time and we amnicola day informants of the US government Madeline and before I but he was busted me now connects who love the with unionists on Saturdays connected via media only and I can you hear us to him I can hear Washington can you hear me I can hear you and any vertical thank you for that introduction Kristin or once said that he who controls the present controls the past than he who controls the past controls the future our analysis shows that the US administration cannot be trusted with its control of the past over the last year wikileaks has worked on this project the public library of US diplomacy putting together 2000000 documents 1000000000 words into a format it is unrivaled we seem to have lost you into the hang on a moment any precede union out of my way back okay great about their support quality interception around the embassy right the or well famously said that he who controls the present intro the past and who controls the past controls the future and that is because of the vital role in history plays in deciding how interpretation of what is happening in the war the U. S. National Archives since it or searches for the word wikileaks following that revelation we've looked closely it's what else was going on and in fact ... as Kristin said from 2006 ... became apparent that the U. S. not flock I've had reversed classification of over 55000 ... pages of material that in the great analysis done by the national security archives a a group run out of George Washington University we have pulled together 2000000 documents 250000 documents from a previous release cable guide 1.7000000 ... documents ... pools of from the National Archives and put them together into any integrated formats a search system that we are very proud of and I would like to thank our technical team and researches and during those for putting together ... it's really quite impressive ... piece of work over the past over the past year ... today how a team media partners on this project we seem to have lost to Washington can you confirm yes your honor again today how the 18 media partners on this project I have restarted to release some of their stories now that is the result of the information in some cases being hidden by secrecy but more often ... being hidden in the borderline between secrecy and complexity already today ... in India the ruling party the Congress party has been shaken by the revelations that Roger if Gandhi a pot of the Ghandi political dynasty was involved in what appears to be corrupt ... Swedish arms deals ... it as a middle man or Broca full family influence ... within the Indian government now I the a Congress party has ... condemns ... wikileaks ... over that meta ... and I say ... to the Congress party ... all of India that the corruption ... in the Gandhi a political dynasty is well known all over the world not just as a result of this that's Krups Swedish arms deal case with many other cases ... and it's about time that the Congress party of India ... took it sandals off before entering ... the corridors of power and I in Australia ... as Kristin has said the ... strain foreign minister of bold ka who's the former premier of New South Wales ... has been revealed to be the US embassy informants not when he was in the position of politics but when he was in it's Friday and union movement and in fact that was a priority ... during the 19 seventies and in fact remains ... eh ... topic of influence within the state department today to penetrate unions coop union leaders ... in the case of Australia ... that includes apparently Bocaue in the case ... over other countries ... let America it seems that of the stories that we heard from ... Latin American activists during the 19 seventies well there were more or less true ... that way the U. S. tried to corrupt ... the union movement ... the Catholic Church within Latin America ... from Spain ... the Spanish ... well regarded Spanish ... journal pubblico you ... has found that the king of Spain ... king Carlos ... conspired ... with the White House ... to gain extra influence in Spain ... and the United States of sore on his promotion as an essential element ... to get NATO to accept spying which would help the United States ... keep that US military bases that in Brazil ... to justify a to the US military dictatorship the United States ... created a torture exemption ... for ... Brazil did Brazil imminent military have found to be committing ... acts of torture ... United States Congress I had put in place a system to Havana aid to the torturous ... dictatorships ... but none the less why massaging ... an exemption Lupo 6 the $0 ... in credits for purchases of weapons by the military ... in Brazil was enabled because if we look at those credit purchasing schemes it's not about Brazil I it's not about the countries and I thought that a buying weapons course what it's about tax transfer within the United States from one sector to another sector namely the sector of people who pay tax sensually the middle class ... to very influential military contractors like Northrop Grumman Boeing radiothon General Dynamics eccentric in Italy ... the Alcott ne express Sir and la Republica has revealed that just 5 weeks after the coup of penis shaken cylinder government in Chile ... the Vatican ... was telling the state department's that's it had grave concern and the pope had ... concern about the way that the international left ... walls describing the coup ... so the Vatican I was advising the U. S. on how to massage ... the Lynde ... ... queue in Chile ... huffingtonpost Italy out this morning ... with a diplomatic communication ... involving a secret agreement ... between the communion and liberation ... front ... over the the Communist Party both ... parties and the individual concerned Luigi assign a of relevance today ... in Italian politics in Greece now Greece great pot now 10 Nita ... has done great work that have serial out nearly every day this week referring to the stories that about the highlights of okay cutting you know you Michelman Arafat yeah I am I am I have been apparent apparently ... preaching to the ether ... for a few minutes only for about only for about a minute 0.5 I think so you're talking about there the pope the Vatican yes a little bit about how I tell you Italian pot no no the a best regarded ... news magazine a bit like the Spiegel ... in Germany ... express Sir ... AB and sister done newspaper la Republica ... out today with description of how the about ... and the Vatican ... had we were advising the United States on how to mass AJ ... public perceptions about the Q. against Salvador Allende ... in Chile ... from Greece ... time ... under the great ... dictatorship the regime of the colonels ... ... great partner has all material coming out nearly every day this week ... on what has happened then a lot of material about that really tense relationship between ... Greece and Turkey the other problem is 10 near TI in E. I envoy involving the ... ... involving ... it's quite a cutlass quite a complex issue involving ... NATO and US military aid no Sir surrounding ... took his state oil company from Egypt and out Gyptian Puttanna al Masri how you'll ... this is ... quite quite dead topical and interesting now that in 1975 the US state department group revealed ... the use of the Muslim Brotherhood ... and Islamists I in the university ... to break ... strikes and leftist forces there so quite interesting to see that ... the Muslim Brotherhood being used ... as a an intermediary device you can only think of them as opposition ... during that period ... but being used as a an intermediary device ought to push off and ... ... constrained ... the left in ... Egypt's which is ... something that we wouldn't see is a concern today but it's something that the the US I think the problem was doing ... all across the world in the 19 seventies which ... betting on horses ... might look unacceptable now the lead none the less marginalize ... leftist movements or ... independence movements in various countries ... and there's many more coming out all the time ... now I'll just the connection is still valid can you hear me Washington yes your honor yet ... so just tell you very briefly ... through ... if you like the the whole highlights the faces it's sometimes quite hard for journalists and people who work with words to understanding of the scale of things but something that requires ... a sense of ... numeracy why for example you see so often ... as 5 radicals confusing ... 1001000000 and 1000000000000 ... even though ... we would seems that we would never confuse a one dollar and $1000 but that's the degree of scale but when we can visualize things we can get a feeling ... for the ... the scale of what we're looking at and this material that we have published today is the single ... my significant ... geopolitical of publication that has ever existed so here is ... how world map and you can have a look at this by going to wikileaks.org slash plus the map ... the color code here is the frequency of reference ... now it you can now select particular time periods to see the the frequency of ... country reference references across all that time period now as it's not surprising that the Soviet Union ... is of significant interest but what is perhaps a little more interesting to to understand ... the unexpected so you for as an Australian I know of course of the western US involvements Indonesia but it's pretty perhaps not so ... widely understood in United States you can say that Indonesia here with ... more than 140000 ... occurrences is because very similar to Egypt no because Egypt is of such interest at all because partly its strategic significance in the Middle East but also this is the time of the young keeper war and several other confrontations involving a Egypt ... and Syria if we look at the Soviet Union and compare this 200 and ... I turned 50000 ... references to ... fronts with 352000 ... and the United Kingdom with 3 and 76 0 we see something similar to what we saw today ... what we see today with North Korea that is that there is a desire to hype up ... a public relations reasons reasons threat all of a country now in North Korea ... these last few weeks has been chosen ought to be that threat and ... in academic circles that's knowing eyes securitized Asian where you take some phenomena ... and you hyped up to instill fear in the community and you securitized the phenomenon and that results in increased attacks transferred to the militant us through complex as opposed to now the hospital system of the social security system or or or even though diplomacy ... so we see actually everyone thinks about the Cold War ... and this what is perceived to be a Titanic struggle between United States and Soviet Union but we can see in fact that the interests of the state department as expressed by the content of over 0 words ... units diplomatic cables is ... essentially checking the activities interacting with the activities of other empires and so yes the Soviet Union was an attempted but if you look at the the the true interest it is of lesser significance during ... 9 period 1973 to 1976 then France ... and importantly than the United Kingdom ... and that makes sense if we don't understand the securitized ation process ... that we see relationships say to the Soviet Union now we can zoom in on ... some of these regions and here for example is intensity ... all of interest not me as it is by subject measured by the actual content of this material ... in a Latin America and we can see the ... for this particular time period here which is it's the beginning months of 1973 but it can be adjusted ... his acquittal for for example of with the 1200 ... and to ... references the size of these objects ... is proportionate to the ... to the to the number of ... references similarly ... interests surrounding ... my home country is straight out ... here we can see really summing require remarkable ... carrying in Southeast Asia of course we have all heard about ... ... the Vietnam War ... and the ... significance ... of Thailand for example not well understood by the majority of people in historical context ... similarly that the relative poverty of reporting ... on Beijing ... and China during this period ... bit I suppose most significant is this ... intense ... interest ... in what is happening in Indonesia and ... Strahan's and people familiar with this region will remember of course that what happens in East Timor during this period with the ... Indonesian ... invasion ... another way to to feel that scale ... ... of this material you can ... very quickly ... to a time graphs for the entire period for any ... particular phenomena sorry here is for example ... Egypt of this is ... Israel see if we can add Syria are there we go ... so see here yeah ... the Yom Kippur War ... you notice the ... incidents of spikes are coming up ... all together ... reflecting reflecting this fall of it you'll also notice ... the a relative intensity ... all of these nations ... crosses period that yes each year ... Israel is very significant if we look at some average period about 2 point 28 percent of all the cables alright but Egypt ... just ... just under this really very strategically ... significant place out for the United States and ... if we take the days and hours surrounding the beginning of the young to pro war ... we can see in the material hourly ... reporting of and what was happening with the chip reports from the US embassy in Cairo saying well nothing much ... happening here to ... promises by the Israelis on and what the ... intentions were ... and of course ... written reporting on the the aftermath and the ceasefire ... here is something central to ... US history ... the a coincidence between Nixon and Watergate ... we can see these spike's here and ... another one ... tearing at the time of the impeachment and ... and resignation ... now where ... as some of you may be aware ... Margaret Thatcher ... died last night ... and of course they're in a great many ... cables about her some 400 and something which you can find just by searching for Margaret Thatcher bit here is one that we ... put out ... last night our sales I'm aware of what the news would be this morning Margaret Thatcher ... some first impressions and we see here ... unfortunately for her prospects of becoming a national as opposed I think from a party leader he has over the it acquired a distinctively upper middle class personal image her immaculate grooming her various mana her conventional and somewhat forced charm and above all have plenty voice Tampa as the quintessential suburban matron and frighteningly English debate none of this goes down well with the working class of England one third of which use the very conservative to say nothing of all classes in the Celtic fringes of this island ... that's a good example of what happens when you have 2000000 documents about you would ... geopolitical circumstances all of the wealth it's like a source you can interview again and again ... on nearly any subject that comes up in this case ... it's come up is that is the death of Margaret Thatcher and no doubt ... her involvement in the Falkland Islands and so on ... he is a a great example from Kissinger himself there there a over 200000 ... individual documents ... referencing ... Henry Kissinger and this is a meeting ... between Henry Kissinger and the Turkish foreign minister in 1975 looking at now the arms embargo that was placed around Turkey ... concerning its conflict with ... instantaneous conflict we've we've Greece and Cyprus ... I see here that the there is an attempt to ... the the third toxic concerned about the embargo ... and they want U. S. weapons pots ... to coming to Turkey ... and there's a suggestion that it be sent in the the Turks say well that is the legal ... Kissinger responses ... a joke but it's not really a joke ... and the fantastic quite ... the illegal we do immediately the unconstitutional takes a little longer ... and we'll make out a major efforts ... in order to somehow I get around ... the arms embargo topical today of course because of the renewed ... conflicts ... with the cypress ... now this is a an interesting example from ... Sweden ... involving the Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt ... he was being a pain ... to this organization ... and our call earth so when we first did the analysis of this material just that the first introductory analysis ... IE did so with a friend is a Swedish journalist and we thought well let's just pick a random country something other we both know something about service Sweden we started going through ... the Swedish tables ... and we saw this name act how bills and he's the current ... foreign minister and the former prime minister of Sweden and we thought to ourselves all this must be the uncool or that the father of something because this this table ... is from ... 1975 account be the same guy that's causing us problems now surely and it turns out in fact it is the same ... cal built the same Swedish of foreign minister ... was inducted into the the state department because international visitors program given 100000 ... Swedish crying those ... yeah putting contact with wide variety of Washington Washington oceans given ... is travel details are given to the Central Intelligence Agency and he passed on our extensive ... political intelligence which is becoming a major scandal ... in Sweden as a result of this release ... about ... inside ... secret negotiations on ... Swedish nuclear policy and whether Sweden ... would ... form ... governments ... or not this is a good example ... all of guy how to use this material journalistically so we have some boring gradients here ... call rose psycho builds going into the United States becoming a ... and foreman's ... to US embassy ... once you log in Washington developing a personal relationship ... with Carl rove ... but then we've managed to acquire ... other documents and group place some of these up later on out tonight's and ... as Swedish partners often glad it I tracked down ... ... cow builds a handler ... at the US embassy you ... it's closed I what dissident cooperative ... informant ... he was of similarly ... tell built ... and Bob cut the Australian foreign minister together in a strain on national TV in fact talking ... about or our organization and ... ... together ... with the United States I ambassador to Australia and so when you I can see this ... pattern of how people die in itself be becoming ... involved United States you can see that of a sea of their patronage network and the networks influences intimately involved in covering favor ... with the US a state department that IV program is perhaps one of the most significant global stories ... to come out of this material it is a global story because they're out of it for ... every 0 references ... to I V. grantee ... and many of those individuals I've subsidy going on to ... extremely ... powerful places Margaret Thatcher ... for instance is detailed ... as one of these IV grantees who was taking taking into United States ... and a number of other figures that are themselves even now in power or their pots ... oath political ... dynasties and you can ... search ... this ... ... the 1002000000 words ... through a wide variety of mechanisms so we have ... collated ... all the sender's recipients internal bureaus within the state department ... John as a search is sometimes a quite proud of one of our people ... I said recently that you know that this now this is what we want to be like that this is a real such as them ... this is a such system of the investigative journalists ... can can use effectively ... Spanish pot not output recovered I said this morning that ... investigative journalism I was never so effective Houston they did you know and maybe just before we go over to human a I just wanna be mentioned ... via banking locate that is still in force against those and just remind you that in that it is on the 2010 I don't shortly after we started releasing it out of the you have the 6 cables in the cave with a project and it enough federal 40 8:00 hours via visa MasterCard PayPal bank of America and western union impose a blockade on arms and it is so worth it ever since it has not been possible possible for individuals to donate to list Iraqi and this is still in force sentences on president that's that's what's left tackle non organization that is basically providing information on journalistic organization we are fighting this is by legal means and then the next milestone that 5 would be ... the Supreme Court hearing it in on April 19 we had a to those that have been there we've had a lot of farms other means with which to form a group with people as here in the states in the U. for Holocaust foundation was established better you can actually donates weaklings little food or press foundation and I will ... ask the representative from the film preservation a little later on to tell you about that project but then I think as close as we will mostly it's who you are nice we have a microphone being passed around please use that so which would be passed on to London your questions and there and yes go ahead we started yes the Canary thank you very much ones of slim man with in my opinion channel from Beirut Lebanon ... ju yung ho easy ... to search for ... any documents wouldn't be induced Saddam 1.7000000 documents can we go by ... titles by names and are not gonna workable other think I want to ask you about are they about to 1973 ... war and there is any ... fire you related to that any ... new disclosure about that particular war that we can find you couldn't search ... ... by name by any text string of that you like ... and by a great many other primitives for example ... old ... cables that was sent to the CIA the drop down menu veribanc ... similarly ... a great many other crimes which bureau in the state department was responsible for handling it ... categories by concept ... categories by particular regions ... take your organization's exotica ... it's really quite easy to use and very effective ... help partners for example some of of for example the Hindu ... have only had access to this material for 5 days ... and have already ... being ... shaking out Indian politics this morning with their revelations about Roger Gandhi and ... ... apparently corrupt ... Swedish fighter jet deal tougher 1973 yes there's a lot of material ... about the ... Syrian Israeli Egyptian a war ... during this period ... alley reporting in some cases ... some of it some of them but some of it is new in the sense that it hasn't been reported before ... other aspects have been reported before other aspects ... have only been written up in rather obscure ... academic journals ... and have not been previously excessive old really to ... to journalists in the Middle East there's no question ... gentleman good morning I ever played with Archie on I had a question about the documents of the 1.7000000 documents 55000 pages of them were secretly reclassified during that George W. bush administration is my understanding that's 55000 pages are should not be in the public domain according to the state department that are those 55000 pages should be left under lock and key in particular that was once as opposed to the rest of them very nearly to knowing the 55000 pages were taken from a some were taken from this series of documents but not from these particular documents ... they were taken from other documents in the same building of the same series ... that's what we know as of 2006 know that request occasion program ... was secret when was exposed was widely condemned ... and statements will put out saying that it and it would end in 2007 however minutes of the state department from 2009 is the most recent recent reference we have been out of the fine showed that secret ivory classification program ... was ongoing ... now until we do ... another we get another copy of all this material ... say in a couple of years how we count to a a comparison ought to see which ... material if any material has been secretly are removed from this over time but ... of course the that the facts in the president's is are extremely bad for ... ethereal ... being held down by the National Archives what I think I was gonna get out just knowing about that the stress this document Sir if if we can assume that it was since 2009 those documents are still classified secret early on did the organization away the release of this project any different than other ones get into that since 2010 and the grand jury investigation is ongoing rally manning spent locked up without trial for a 4000 days chairman haven't been locked up for one year did the organization take this into consideration when they were when this project knowing that if these files should remain secret and the source is compromise they'll surely be prosecuted well this material is quite calm quite complex in terms of its origin is that the US the the overarching project with 2000000 documents ... has material from a number of sources the Kissinger cables ... particular which is that the largest body of material how this is being collected ... from 1.7000000 individual a PDF that we reverse engineered that's essentially what ... aren't Schwartz was doing taking documents which technically ... should be public better placed in a form or attempts in some intermediary opposition between secrecy complexity that makes them in practice ... not easy enough to use ... that people who need to understand and can understand so do I if the ... ... if the department of justice was to go off to Ross ... for this release like they're attempting to prosecutors ... for ... ... previous ... previous releases involving ... USMC ... documents ... the approach would probably not be along the lines of of the approach that was taken ... with Schwartz it is the the manner of acquisition ... as opposed to the ... as opposed to the ... classification of the material yeah Joe Krause from a nasty I'm I just wanna make sure I'm clear on this is 1.7000000 documents and I mean you're you're not actually thinking anything new today movies where technically available in the public domain you're just kind of collecting them and putting them in a more searchable database I'm gonna was also one if you could elaborate a little bit more on what what exactly made it difficult to access these documents if they weren't I mean if they were technically declassified what what sort of complexity and are you talking about thanks there's a range of material into 2000000 documents but it if we just look at the Kissinger cables which is the the biggest component of that a to be released today ... they are technically ... in the public domain but as you can see with all the news stories that have come out today ... they don't practically ... available ... to the public in a way that's efficient enough ... for people to be able to make sense of them or use them ... battering the form all of ... 1.7 ... 0 ... PDF files so that if the north ... essentially not usable ... to add to the sophisticated ... searches across across the ... across the lot yes this was Caroline proceeding without a voice of America such a duck tail on Joe's question there then is your organization involving from one that out you know one wikileaks first came out it was the leaking of classified information now is involving 2 more of a clearinghouse for journalists but an organizational clearing house alright it is a continuation of work that we've always done in fact we have a ways ... merge together ... leaked information and other information to increase the value of both of both types ... a lot of al worked it's the involves Saddam making things searchable presentable usable ... you know that there's there's a trick that's I used by many departments in the United States to effectively vert the intent ... all 4 yeah the legislation which is to hand out ... for your documents ... in ... stand PDF's we will call the colors removed ... not searchable eccentric ... to to marginalize the efficiency ... all of journalists and others but but still technically ... stay within the law the genocide yes good morning my name is Meredith Buel also with voice of America reportedly decided to run for public office in Australia could you tell us that in fact is true what officer running for and why you decided to do well that it's often off topic but you can read ... about that are in the strain press I particularly recommend ... the Sydney morning Herald which is the most reputable of the strain used by I did in fact read that article but I'm just curious as to why you decided to run for public office and what what do you hope will come out of this I'll defer that question okay okay can we take a look for him can invest I'll try I'm Rosie Grier with Bosnian I'm this is also about you Mister is launched and you've been at the Ecuadorean embassy in London for something like 8 or 9 months now I think ... do you can you give us a sense of how long do you think you'll still be there what your next steps might be I had him Kristin perhaps you could answer this era in relation to giving a bit of a status update about what's happening with the U. S. prosecute yes I mean none of this was it off topic but other than we know of course that there is an on going into investigation into ... and you let cynical outlook onto your clothes flown off for and which is actually and it has been revealed by information acquired on them the 3 limit information locked in Australia that's a no Australian diplomats have been told by their state department officials and here in Washington that the scale and scope of the weeklies investigation notices on president of and a year ago which was known that's a neon the pages of documents that gathered in that investigation number to and was it 42135 so if there is any gives you an idea of sloth what kind of phone persecutions going on and is still ongoing ... that is of course it's it's very worrying to and on a lot of people have been method of them supporting muscles working with us have been across the borders here of the in the U. S. and they've been the under surveillance and we have confirmation of that and the end of their information Twitter a constant eye on its effort had been subpoenaed so let us set up because of of of a great great very ... yes we have a we have to take you by surprise got printed from from from that of the embassy London analysts hope that we might see some appropriate in the case then you can walk free and stand here on this podium in the the next press conference you have here but there are any more questions on the topic yes you heard right unity view government I understand the scope of this document was about online orders aren't you mentioned aroma of harm they're struggling foreign minister at the time I wonder if you can eliminate or cure that documents it ruminate her thing about ancient practice I miss her what you're saying agent X. that do you mean prisoner ex in person sums her ... we haven't searched it ... given the ... time periods ... these these documents go up they did to the large collection ... plus the guy goes up to about March 4010 so specter off but we have concerts you but can I just point out the flaws of the of the database with our easy sorts of one another you can basically go online on to that on the other hand and it's tried various keyboards so next question hello and do the mission I re-attempt compare the experience of looking classified documents from the seventies and then looking at kind of new classifications of sensitive are merged in are the nineties and 2 thousands and taken a qualitatively what's the difference between them is yes I think it's extremely interesting ... of where we've put together here infect ways of understanding the internal ... state department language ... and it it really is a language or ... of tags in handling restrictions and so on ... in all these are acts of vast ... panoply of acronyms I woulda medically expanded ... when you use the wikileaks plus the ... search interface odd the period of ... the 19 seventies in the plane you see is referred to as the Big Bang ... this is when I did it Morton international order ... came to be there's really only 2 periods which was the post World War 2 and what happened in 19 seventies 97 is you had a period of declining lies ation where the number of countries a drop from about 100 ... increase for about 100 for about 200 and ... 60 so that's as a result of decriminalization of the weakening of the British British Empire independence movements except for ... that new situation with having more relatively independent states not part of an empire which control the foreign policy mates that ... diplomacy became an essential ingredient ... to ... US power ... across the world and systems where set up ... like the gas example well well world organization Boatright bodies and to understand all the complexities now the US state department put together a system to harvest ... intelligence from its diplomats across the world ... categorize them into particular tags ... a variety of handling restrictions for example notice no distribution which means that they just go bang out to one person so sensitive you only want one person reading and no one else is to read it ... to its state the problem why don't we do also goes off ... to the CIA also together with handling classifications now back in the 19 seventies US embassies were more important now because of the speed of international flights the video conferences like we're having right now email exedra means that the the Santa Washington ... has more direct control of the periphery but back in the 19 seventies now their relationship between ambassadors ... and the host governments ... was more central in the mediating role that they played with more essential so you see for the same level of classification a relatively higher ... degree of important ... political content oh sorry because ... tires typing systems and ... in Christian systems we're more complex and harder to use now back then you had ... ambassadors not wanting ... to use a top secret cable so much which requires sending ... in most cases the pouch with a diplomatic Korea ... back to Washington but instead ... pushing material down into the ... into the lower classifications of for the sake of convenience so your dog have maybe a couple more questions and is one of the back yes why not go with you only I think you know I was lost in a free speech radio news and what do you think the prosecution of Bradley manning another whistleblowers has had a chilling effect on new leaks of current government actions and that's why the most recent publications have been more historical in nature you when our ... not to the degree where people have stopped doing such things but we ... for us but we have heard about it inner in a quite pourtant investigation recently done by a combined team involving the BBC and the guardian ... Hawn ... general James the colonel James steel who was involved in the ... El Salvador is Asian ... over Iraq that is taking the technique for that paramilitaries that was used in El Salvador C. IDF's that cold ... and putting them into a rock ... something that really ticked off ... this suni Shia ... ... ... religious ethnic of civil war ... and James Steele it was reported anything guardian ... was involved in setting out ... or ... maintaining or running ... Iraqi ... interrogation centers which involve torture so as part of that investigation are they tried speak to a number of ... former formal current US military personnel ... and they say in their ... in the article that of the personnel did not want to speak and used ... example Bradley manning ... as why they didn't want to ... communicate the press it's been one more question in the front thank you for the opportunity again this is moans of slim I'm ... you mentioned 1975 in each of something godly to to the Muslim Brotherhood in universities yes can you clarify more his dad's ... connected activity with ... US diplomats will US embassy orchestras coordinated with the Egyptian government and ... taking into consideration the Muslim Brotherhood ascending into politics now and many of countries after the school got up springs there's any more information about and the old the relation over longer relationship between United States and the Muslim Brotherhood in the documents I encourage you to rate this story ... in el Masri al youm it's ... come out come out this morning which goes into into further detail there have all the details ... other than the ones I just gave you if you go to Twitter.com slash wikileaks ... you can see where tweeting a number of these headlines I including ... the one from al Masri ... ... and ... sometimes feel sorry I will put out ... translation of that story ... speaking in general terms now it's my experience ... off studying many thousands of US diplomatic cables that the United States makes a priority ... gaining influence ... and contacts and informants within opposition movement partly in order to corrupt them ... hotly ... in order to have bets on both ... both the the lead horse and the second ... in case there's a transition of power that's clearly the case for example in the Australian labor party that the site Poppin was particularly in developing contacts we've strain labor party members union members ... and not so interested ... in the Conservative Party of you that they use to already the V. on side as a matter of keep your friends close and any last question how and Julian before we we ... we ... Lucifer action is that in the last words correct perhaps Kristin you could I just talk about ... because it might be interesting for people riding context about what the the latest news is ... in relation to ... the FBI investigation ... his son's Iceland okay I will do that then whether you are signed in Oakland from a London yes but I didn't think they did you know that yes he messenger that's a they were just recently and information that ... of Serbia and and you know the investigation into the wikileaks and of course on my own home country in Reykjavik ... it today worse in the in the in the news and in generally that's a ... the FBI sent a plane load of agents to to do ... on illegal investigation in Iceland ... in no 2011 and it is only immersive recent unions and use and the administrative interior of ice on the external actually stepped in and out but if you go to a are on a sovereign country and and and it who was that group with agent on a private jet ... investigation without serious a collaboration the local police is in in my mind it absolutely then staggering them and and but as Joe suit to what gradelink the unit yet ministration herein is is ready to go with it and persecution of we can use now before we were before the year we could hear I would rely on to get back to the and indeed back a book bake blockade just now briefly I mentioned that Sam was good help from a lot of people here the freedom of the press foundation and we've had some the opportunity now to get donations to us ... but you're just feeling a bit more about that we have the new year the eggs you know ... there may need right one and I would like to do is to spend a couple of minutes to worry and to tell you about the freedom of the press foundation and its importance running same here Andheri I'm not I'm very sad I am here today I think it's unfortunate that organizations like mine are necessary due to the extra legal financial blockade of organizations such as wikileaks pitcher during such important work my name is rainy right now and I am the chief operating officer and co founder of the freedom of the press foundation we are a nonprofit organization that got started 4 months ago were based in San Francisco we have board members all over the world our goal is to support organizations like Ricky leaks that are involved in cutting edge transparency work journalism that Anna is outside of mainstream I journalism that has become vital to the public's understanding of how their own governments work I we looked you support organizations that are doing cutting edge nonprofit journalistic work and organizations that have a particular financial need and there are few organizations true so optimize what we are trying to accomplish as wikileaks about wikileaks is our extralegal financial blockade was the impetus for the starting of our organization and we consider this to be fundamentally an issue of free speech other right of wikileaks to be able to receive funding but also the right of individuals Jeff Jonas who Rickie weeks their access speech their ability to ask some funds to wikileaks was equally cut off on there is no other organization currently that does more important work for transparency journalism and wikileaks they are doing what epitomizes transparency journalism in the digital age noun and so it's been are great honored to be able to provide a mechanism for people to make tax deductible donations to wikileaks since we launched in December I we were able to we've had a few bundles and during these bundles you can go to our website a free pass foundation.org anda individuals can make donations to Europe to wikileaks and several other important transparency organizations on our first bundle which ran for a couple of months raise up over $110000 on over 82000 of which are individuals earmarked to go directly to wikileaks so we are extremely hopeful that this $80000 will help keep that organization our existing during S. crippling financial blockade in total our organization has raised it through individual donations our $271000 to support transparency journalism 2804 different people or perhaps some people going back more than once at have have gone to our website and had decided to make an individual competent contributions at U. organizations like wikileaks in addition we are proud to support an organization such as truth out the bureau for investigative journalism at the center for public integrity mock rock news at the national security archive and the uptake all of which have benefited from the generosity of individuals are willing to stand up and and open their wallets happens more transparency journalism I think it's important to know that Austin these organizations are doing impressive and and really cutting edge work out but they're not working alone on many of these organizations are reliant on sources in the case of wikileaks we now I at least one source has now spoken out publicly Bradley manning I he's bringing in prison for over 1000 days I and access to his trial has been a retarded it's become difficult for the public to be able to act get access to lots of it public trial most of those of a public trial Arab journalists have been hampered from getting access to the court documents about his trial in a timely fashion and I think that is and I particularly concerning an issue worth are apparent putting more public attention on out for all of the money that we have been able to raise for wikileaks and for these other organizations it is a drop in the bucket as to what is actually necessary to ensure that organizations like wikileaks are able to continue to shed light on government and issues are important public concern and so we are we are asking individuals who believe that this type of information as fundamentals holding governments accountable and fundamental to the public's understanding of how their governments work I don't think that they come to our website and make donations I you can make tax deductible donations directly to wikileaks you can learn about other organizations in the same vein and out we are committed to continuing to support them Iraq as long as they continue to harass suffer from this extra legal financial blockade thank you thank you much I mean really really appreciate the support of the part of the presentation it's very important for us and the answer to it soon I don't 2.you pointed out that says that students need the donations through the procrastination is is totally anonymous or if anybody is concerned that's a donation leading to we killings had I don't know and is is to can be tried on the trees to attract I think we we hear of according to data thank you very much for coming this morning bright and sunny day if anything if you would like ... along one edge of you were for the information she supports me afterwards and again thank you for being here this morning and you //
"2013-02-13 15:25:57"
Why we need WikiLeaks 2013
\\now have detailed evidence of systematic human rights abuses taken place behind the walls at Guantanamo bay we now know that the British government has been involved in training death squads in Bangladesh we know that the United States government lied about the number of civilians that were killed as a result murdered innocent we now know that the chief minister of India's but Pradesh state send in a team Jack to collect a parasite and we know the visa MasterCard and PayPal are trying to prevent you from hitting these inconvenient to we know all this because wikileaks believes you have a right to know and there's much more to come to find out how to supporters please visit wikileaks.org slash support we this I I //
"2013-02-01 16:02:46"
Julian Assange speech that was censored by the Oxford Union
\\I would like to to say them if this goes on and and perhaps perhaps if other connection breaks down ... you can all raise your hands once again if you count him me because I can only see you icon he's a at the moment ... so I would this first they like to say our congratulations to to Tom finger ... and a very important ... talk that he gave of course ... well made and and politic but I think ... their nuggets in there now that are quite important to understand I was involved in 2007 in 2000 and I ... at looking at what was happening 2 around now I'm from that persists I'm fully aware of some of the pressures Tiburon told a lot of people did a lot of good work perhaps the most important ... was Tom fingers in trying to correct the movement towards war with Iran based on lies it is incredible to think back at those times that it was only in 2003 where the worst Morton ... deception of the western world occurred when we went to war in Iraq based on lies in 2003 and ... over 100000 people were killed and millions of Iraqi refugees its place as a result just 3 years later the drums for war with around we're being whipped up not just in the United States ... but also in this country and it's thanks to journalists like sy Hersh Allah and professional act ... truthful ... inside is like home ... and L. sources and the sources for journalists that wore a hasn't happened yet for example in truth the beginning of 2008 we published Iraq's a classified rules of engagement for the US army in those rules there was a section ... that was it apparently designed to at least committed for a border skirmishes to start out committed US troops to go into around under a variety of circumstances ... and at the time they were disputes in the Gulf we ships person ra approaching one another very heated moment and the U. S. mainstream media and the White House ramping up any little small incident one of our sources provided us we've those classified rules of engagement a published them ... in a deal that we set up with the New York times to get greater impact for it ... and those results the Iranian government held a press conference ... and said don't you dare I don't you dare come over ... into how territory like that we think a hold of the next mission of these costs by rules of engagement and that part had being ... removed from it visit these ... the procedures have been tightened up if you look back in the in the history of war something between 20 and 50 percent of all wars have started as a result of these boards commissions that source I have never being ... revealed I assume it that ... he or she happy ... to have contributed stri ... anti human rights in that way and he goes about his business ... as opposed to what is sometimes ... put about wikileaks is not an organization that hates intelligence agency a file format that at its very base the idea of intelligence is an optimistic one it's that one can understand the world one can apply intelligence to understand the the problem is the corruption of those agencies and that corruption comes about because of secrecy when Tom spoke about ... in somewhat glowing terms to improve process that he put down and I believe him that that is a significant improvement from what was there before it all rests upon one thing it rests upon the abilities of people in those agencies to get out information to the public when those prices as an awful it we might have depoliticize analysts working intelligence agencies who are to all intents and purposes miracles perfect machines perfect accuracy they are tasks they're tough they engage in the task they analyze they pass up the information higher up the food chain and what if in Tom's case for example his national intelligence estimate a there was not a threat that it would be released because L. sources say of that in fact the White House new it if it did not release a version immediately another version would be released and the White House would have to get ... would be been coming second and its opponents would have their spin on it so the White House wanted to get this been on it for us only through this pressure of producing analytical product to the public that these sorts of agencies I kept on us and don't become simply ... robots of that are in effect ... preps is drawing the boat to follow up with some kind of of Hitler's willing executioners many people who act as robots who were told to carry out a task can do it that is not enough is not enough to agree to tech to carry out the task force superiors that is the Nuremberg defense we must all look 12 selves and understand aware that what we are doing is right and just not just according to the views about superiors but according to the long view of history according to human rights and to have feelings of compassion now if we have any now the wall for the the push for war with Iran is far from over push for war with Iran is far from over and the debates now is occurring in the public sphere as well as in ... the ... in various maneuvers by different Telligent agencies of the ... mechanization theta happening in Syria and so on now I want to look at some of those al cables revealed for example this country the United Kingdom engaged in a conspiracy to kill off press TV the Iranian state TV station the Iranian equipment to the BBC ... from being able to broadcasting inside kingdom they cut off its satellite feed which is one of the sky satellites in this country as the death penalty of effectively for a national broadcast what does that mean well it means that the Iranian government con get out its views Iran is surrounded by 45 military bases ... that are hostile to its but the hostile to it on every side there's no there's no border that around ... ... does not have that is not already host although we'll I probably should be become such that produces an atmosphere of intense fear produces and apathy with I think that there is a war and as a result we all know that Great Britain ... in ... boat in mobile one in prison Bertrand Russell for example and it will look through there wasn't similar abuses the around a few years means that the sort of human rights abuses that we claim about at the human rights abuses that ... ... correctly looked into Iran I have very little chance of resolution because the the leadership of the country is so terrified about being invaded now I want to draw this back to something that is personal to often personal to wikileaks ... the internet has become the most important device for revealing the truth ... at least since the beginning of the printing press it has become the number one and he does to TV democracies I always lied into war Iraq war was a result of lies the increasing involvement to the United States in Vietnam was a result of the Gulf of Tonkin incident another lie it's not just lies by intelligence analysts it's lies by the big media machine and what is in the big media machine well it's it's the various institutions I get too comfortable and to close the table of power out the very table they are meant to be reporting on their policing and getting into the historic record when Tom spoke about process and removing political bias phone from analysts there is also a cultural bias what is the culture we need is culturally accepted that also flows into analysts now producing cultural bias is something ... third we must must watch more closely it's not just about what facts are reported on the BBC news those are important but there are I mechanisms of propaganda which go under the surface that not direct factual claims and those are things like Hollywood movie I've seen this directly when we look at intelligence reports ... at a lower level ... coming out from Iraq in 2003 a reporting what was happening they were the better corpuscle secret your raining influence the full package of cultural bias existing United States for people who are not properly educated in assessing what they understand understanding came with them but eventually those reports ... and analysts did learn more about what was happening and eat and by the middle of 2003 words in fact sometimes passing up true reports of what was happening that there is going to be a sectarian crisis in this country that was known ... by marines G. to intelligence for instance ... how 432 3 completely denied by the political leadership so it it's not enough to produce accurate reporting ... that because if political leadership what wedded out were you going to do Nov analysts must be responsible not to political leadership analysts must be responsible to the public and I must be responsible to historical records now we have something here ... which is ... recent ... acquisition of wikileaks although we have been following the metaphor sometime and this is the scripts to tens of millions of dollars budget DreamWorks movie what is it about it is about us normally is about with you because the organization into them amass propaganda attack against wikileaks the organization and the character of my stuff in the house DVDs and so on but it is not just an attack against us it is an attack against Iran it fans the flames to start a war with Iran and it's coming out in November it's being filmed now ... Benedict Cumberbatch it's playing me this movie has British involvement and and people in Britain should be concerned about how does that open well and this has not been previously disclosed before the opening scene ... is in the military complex in Tehran the camera comes in close up on a file and it is a design for a nuclear bomb mock with nucleosome bills there's notes and whispers all around and they're in Fathi there in Persian there's an old defiant of speaking a high speed camera will measure the explosive charge web design to trigger the trek chain reaction it is then revealed by the camera for scientists in white coats walking in a windowless corridor the youngest seem sana remember that name seem sana writes on the file the dimensions of the payload are consistent with a show about missile okay that's the opening scene around is working on an atomic weapon the opening scene of a of a film about wikileaks how how does this have anything to do with us well we'll come to it the next scene concerning around is in Cairo where but Iranian nuclear scientist is meeting a US C. I. A. agent Kate close up again when the hand written diagram over nuclear bomb the same diagram as we saw in the opening and Samantha says I copied it from memory the I copied it from memory the testing the explosive in the next 6 months now remember what tomes national intelligence estimate found Ron did not have a nuclear program all 16 US intelligence agencies feeding into that report said that was the case with high confidence in his being reconfirmed every year since that point the senior diplomat who is also at the table with the CIA agent says shit we thought they were at least 3 years away from home another lie Tom's report does not say that there 3 years away from a nuclear bomb so it's a lie upon a lie a great big budget thing that's going to be pushed out in November the Iranian nuclear scientists then says if it works they won't hesitate the sale the technology and even if one of these things right if it works they won't hesitate to sell the technology and even if these one of these things gets in to the wrong hands bell so it anyway so that's the reality of where we're at not merely a war of intelligence agencies but a war of corrupt media corrupt culture that war we've got to understand people who have appeared on this panel have been involved sometimes with great sacrifice at revealing truth about important parts of the book of how the world is unfolding how the world is shaping the nature of things that they have revealed that heroically in many cases to the historical record to our civilization as a whole to use you have to understand but where there is great power is at work I don't mean challenge header you shadow conspiracies I mean enormous cultural powers enormous industrial powers the the vast network of ... corporations ... that interact with government agencies around the world selling them products shipping that would just eggs from one place to another of the National Security Agency for agency for example and now has approximately 70 percent of its expenditure apos through Northrop Grumman Lockheed Martin Exeter this produces a lobby ... that pushes in particular directions how is it that such a why got into his scripts about what he needs help how is it that in the wider that national intelligence estimate that anyone could think that it was tolerable acceptable to foist that lie upon the public that would make it all the way through the Hollywood system the distributors would pick it up because they perceive but that is where the power lies in the United States they perceive that it's perfectly okay to slander entire nation that it's perfectly okay to beat the drums of war like that because people in that system want the war they wanted we have to understand that everything that we see read here is produced for a purpose it's produced as a result of incentives other material it is not projects there are disincentives to not produce it we walk or sleep walking almost blind every time we open the newspaper and read an article the particular journalists write about that the particular reason they felt that their editor how would accept that they wouldn't have to argue with them the editor felt that the proprietor would accept it the journalists felt that the that the people that they do within their community I would like it and infect mad even Pat them on the head and and take them to the to a fancy a cocktail party or perhaps ... even give them a better position ... in Oxford all these things ... influence how ... else society of civilization is documented now working against that trained against and current of corrupt powerful organizations ... producing a distorted perspective the world has been the internet for the first time in history that has allowed one person with some truth speak to every single person who wants to hear that for it is the great anteater there's a war on full control of the internet that war takes place in the on the one hand by producing incredible propaganda ... and hyping up threats about how the internet is dangerous on the other hand it involves introducing mass surveillance system it's available of the internet no different countries see the effects being bored by the internet than a political liberation is being bought by the internet a powerful groups in those countries feel fearful and they feel they stabilized and as a result they want to find some way to control it and to know it the knowing part of it comes from surveilling every trans border communication that occurs between Great Britain and the United States between almost every country in Latin America and the rest the world because they communications have to pass through of the United States to reach Europe boss United States threes rich Asia Asia and sometimes even pass through the United States of win one Latin American countries talks to another simply because the communications infrastructure I has been passed that way this is collectively the greatest transfer of wealth that has ever happened the greatest theft of information that's ever happened from every single one of us he uses the internet into the bells of secret agencies if they secret agencies were working on our behalf perhaps we could accept it if as soon as possible that material would enter into the historical record with entry into the record of our civilization where we could all individually make decisions using that information to produce a better or harmonious world then perhaps it would be tolerable but is not toll of will in its current form and so it is up to decent people good people still working inside of government inside of private contractors ... the to engage in these sorts of behaviors out to get it out to the public to get into the story record ... either by doing it and what anonymously which is of course what we face it favor favor staying there 30 years work with us with 30 years getting out this sort of information ... or ... by going public and standing up and fighting ... to describe the truth of what they've seen //
"2013-01-30 22:59:57"
Wikileaks the best of 2012
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"2013-01-05 10:56:57"
Break Through The Banking Blockade
\\wikileaks is under attack NPI cartel of U. S. banks has illegally plop your donations placing us under an unlawful economics see but we're not giving in where fighting and we're going to win from today it is possible for you to break through the banking blockade and to use your credit card to donate to wikileaks waste no time the banks by and //
"2012-12-17 12:34:44"
Inside Story - WikiLeaks' financial crisis
\\is the growing isolation of wikileaks the stocks of the end for the online secret site alright to companies like masa cotton PayPal have to refuse to do business with it with the enemy's massing at the gates who could wikileaks hold on to stay afloat financially this is inside story you so hello welcome to the program David Foster do you have anyway it can the U. S. got full weight down on its operating illegally in the U. S. says the state department the money a shut down of all accounts transfers or deposits to the controversial website so what do you do when a big corporate names such as visa Kasi would drift cyber backlash by we could eat fans going to be enough we know the saying no week is a long time in politics it also seems to apply to wikileaks finances in just a 7 day supporters were prevented from having access and making donations to some extent counting off the sites lifeline trouble began on December 1 when Amazon which hosted wikileaks service in the United States cut off ties I wasn't argues is because wikileaks breached a contract not because of political pressure the online payment company PayPal was next it stopped members from making donations PayPal's vice president says the firm had been contacted by the US state department master card and visa Europe followed suit and started suspending the use of their cards on wikileaks but payments can still be made through this company flatter the joint British Swedish firm says it's seen no evidence in those 2 countries that wikileaks is doing anything illegal joining us now to discuss this issue our guest here in Doha mob Baja visiting professor at the school of foreign service of Georgetown University in Birmingham in middle England Johnson hemos founder and director of insignia P. off them spend slicing crisis communications and via broadband from Bosnian Switzerland and dress Fink chief executive all day to sell good to have all 3 of you on the program that address let me start with you first of all and and try and summarize what a day to sell does it provide service and its stores credit card information full wikileaks at least you deeds until what happened on December 7 tell us what that was well I ... data some person always are a he's the data center company and they're one of our services to provide payment services center for customers and ... I saw sh we provide ... payment survey said to wikileaks so the people pay you VR vis our MasterCard we charge a card and give the money to wikileaks that's our job and on 7 Sir of December we got a notice from Martin are paying them back and processor saying that visa has instructed them ... arrow to suspend us for 7 days so they can complete the due diligence ... and if they are the payments to we need he's not gonna hurt their brand of or are you know hurt them financially in some way but it also said can you send us the email address it will save said that that 7 day suspension could continue indefinitely yeah that's true so you went out spoke to all the credit card companies besides master card and visa and they said to you yeah we've had contact with the state department on this issue too yeah I contacted another credit card company is more warm ... who indirectly then concerned that so that they can not to accept payments ... for we can leaks because neared U. S. our government has intervened I don't think it was simply because of this quiet Jew diligence you do you seriously think that was political pressure put on these companies well it's very simple we have been doing ... the nation so therefore we killing scenes are almost 2 months era we started you know over and ... you know out of the sudden ... here the donations that increase because of all the big press releases because PayPal is closing down and then that out of a sudden ... I get to know that ... vis our masa Carter no longer ... allowing the nations to getting sober depressed I mean didn't approach us saying anything is wrong and ... for us it's a very clear case weekly keys knocks illegal it anyway meaning in our way so warm it shouldn't be illegal for us to process ... donations and the donations come from all over the world from trying really from every kind of thing that we did well so it's to me it's it's it's very clear that of these are and the monster Carter just ... doing what their government is telling them to do but they're not telling us the truth because ... they're afraid that we going off to them which we really didn't do thanks address I stay with us because we gonna turn to mark fathers with this hearing to harvesting professor of government at Georgetown University and how to spell here in cats a deed do you think there's any doubt that the US government is arm twisting one on the face of it I think it's clear yes there is a witch hunt going on against wikileaks but the question I would like to pose is there is a related the broader picture I mean what are we getting here and the quantity of the cleats Datta is impressive but the quality is not ... we've discovered precious few new items ... through Vicki leaks and in exchange what we're getting is this global crackdown on and wikileaks in particular but in general a threat to sort of 2 to 3 freedom of the internet so I think the pic repercussions of this whole affair our show us some ominous signs that it is the U. S. government doing this then not because it's Wierd about the material that's out there but because it wants to to prove a point that he can ... quash any kind of dissent if it chooses to do so I would think so given I mean at least to set a precedent and ... bear in mind that there have been ... I have ideas paneled in the U. S. best most particularly by Joseph Lieberman to enable the planet president in fact you have a red button to shut down the internet as a whole so if we take the patriot act for instance is a president we also see that civil liberties were curtailed there unsuspectingly so so in wake of this war on terror which is of course it to a large degree legitimate war on terror we should be on guard that our civil liberties are not curtailed I in essence said suppose this is about the high price you can end up paying for free speech for almost 50 years America has had a freedom of information act and that gives people a right to ask a secret government information the words used by the U. S. leader in 1966 will they show a very different attitude then compared to today former president Lyndon Johnson said this legislation springs from one of our most successful principles democracy works best when people have access to all information that the security of the nation permits no one should be able to pull curtains of secrecy around decisions which can be revealed without injury to the public interest so back to you mark on this one is the information that's out there in any sense a danger to national security so far no it's been a danger to regional peace and stability because it's raised tension between Sunni and Shiite and between the factions of Lebanon for instance but Lyndon Johnson is a poor choice to sort of a poor poster child for transparency he was known for his backroom deals JFK has a similar quote saying that secrecy is repugnant to a free society and I trust him more in that regard Obama one should act has rejected more freedom of information act requests than even bush did in his entire tenure so even though Obama claims that he would create the most transparent administration administration in history in point of fact he has betrayed to that promise when they take a look at the axe closely the freedom of information act it has some exemptions I'm gonna read one out now I want to know what do you think these documents in any way for into this category and there are 9 exemptions number one up properly classified documents in the interest of national defense or foreign policy need not be divulged then I can't agree or not no these are not top secret documents right there so I had a very as I said before 95 percent is you want to call the diplomatic trivia I mean now almost a sort of adolescent pure riled ... conversations between low level diplomats no names are mentioned that we didn't know before ... no real secrets revealed ... so it only by and large is information which already was to a large degree in the public sphere ... it just makes it more explicit and as I said before by officially attributing the statements we all knew France of certain Gulf leaders said it raises the tension and a crazed crates in this this regard embarrassment not so much for the U. S. I would dare say but for the regional leaders and ... situations Julian Assange's Swiss bank account which is run by the the Swiss post office that was also shot down some suggestion that that had nothing to do with political pressure will board to feeling on that one that it might just be switched on or that he's not allowed to have an account yeah I believe that is correct technically speaking that legally speaking he was not a resident of sweats I'm a Swiss citizens and I have friends in there who told me this in that in the sphere in the legal sphere that he was not a Swiss citizens and you're not allowed to have a post account if you're not a citizen of Switzerland or rent residents what's on so but that does not to have sort of gain say the fact that yes there has been a witch hunt at least on the face of it against Julian Assange I can't go to the UK told to add down then he must now chief executive all the insignia ... Jonathan one of your jobs is sitting down with people or in a spot of bother at that and say this is how you sort these things out for yourself what do you think was going through the minds of the the chief executives all of MasterCard visa PayPal or these people have suddenly gone but we don't know you wikileaks what would they have been thinking what was the reasoning for doing this well clearly ... corporate reputation takes years to build up but in a crisis ... like this it can be destroyed very very quickly and I think ... the people running the organizations we talking about the monster cards there that eases the but the PayPal's that wrestling ... without a real challenge ... do we found to pressure if indeed varies pressure and cuts all funding to to wikileaks I'm or do we protects ... free speech I'm and leave out leaves out funding in place and what they're trying to I might the minds of the bounties what he's going to be in the best long term reputational interest of the organization concerned and I think that very much depends on the individual ... values that I'm the life that is organized a shins and the relative importance of the stake holders with whom they are they'll delaying frankly from it permit reputational points of view alone I think maybe some of the more I'm contemporary incidents organizations like pay pal unlike comes in and may be more vulnerable in reputational times because they have very Maltin contempt reorganizations he made a lot of money and build that business on the freedom and the speed of the internet site for them to be doing something which may be perceived as going against lots could actually be more damaging to their reputation than those that it may be the more establishments organize a show that is is also equally possible the by ditching wikileaks we've which has a pretty big worldwide following they could be also damaging their reputations certain people say I'm not going to use them anymore absolutely I think this is ... a big coal for those organizations and I as I said there's a there's a tension here that if I if I do cuts off the funding that exactly what you say may happen they can be seen to be stifling freedom of speech and suffer the backlash if I doesn't ... they can be seen by by governments in and and others to be ... helping to fund an organization which poses a security risk potentially I'm and making that judgment call I guess is what senior management is is is that to do ultimately I'm but as I say I think the key thing is the organization needs to act according to its own values and principles yes barren mind the influence in the persuasion and the impacts on all of the various stakeholders that the organization comes into contact wave but it then must do what is right according to its own values and principles I think that one of the things that may potentially have been underestimated is that historically governments was a very very powerful influence Sir today with the spread of social media ... as we've seen during this incidence at concealment Paris so much stronger so much more vocal than ever before that perhaps power of government the overriding power of governments is not quite such a big influence ... as it was a number of years back I'm gonna come back to you in just a moment Jonathan because I want to ask you what advice you might give ... wikileaks itself I but let's bring back in Andreas Fink who's up in listening to this conversation from Basel in Switzerland and is it possible for you at the moment of told to do any business for wikileaks no we are just are doing due to credit card transactions from geeks and doctor or has been shut down by the sound also occurred and that are you know one of the all donations are basically impossible to do at this moment but it is possible to do to get money to them in all the ways I think isn't it yeah I mean that we're not involved in that part but there are disobedience of doing wire transfers arm Senshi single cash but it's clear that ... most users especially here if they are from the United States of that much more used to using credit cards and they each you send physical caster there's a a risk and that he can get lost ... if you do a wire transfer you might face quite high ... transfer costs so you know to give to donate if you are a door make €10 ... you might cost you $20 duty since only it becomes quite ridiculous and in and indeed a lot of the donations all all of the small a kind that let me ask you one other thing when it comes to wikileaks itself and dealing with wikileaks has this hurts or enhance your company's reputation that's a good question ... in in one way it has hurt us of course because their arm are we cannot do business right now with these are more Sir Carter and are you know they basically owned a credit card market I don't know how big but I assume like 90 percent of the credit card transactions of the world goes to those 2 companies so in that way it hurts arm on the other hand there are you know we gave us some so in my arms interesting feedback from people we get a lot of feedback ... that people ... books are you know hold us up for sure standing up and not against certain does speak Shortz's because ... everybody else seems to be afraid from the US government and we're not we're mean we have laws in Switzerland loss in Iceland which protects about those kind of things and what scares me most actually is that the US government he's able to put pressure on those companies and they don't even question that I mean we have lost if if if someone becomes the means which are madness say after close down my business because of whatever then DR answer would be well get an injunction from from a judge and that's the jobs repeats illegal then it's easy yeah let's all appointed to mark far ha at looking at this from ... the government's point of view how much leverage with they have had a of the companies like Amazon ... pay pau Moscato or those who have now said to treat wikileaks we don't touch of the moment ... I think again judging from the aftermath of 911 quite a bit I remembered then that pressure was put Francis on Swiss banks at that point to reveal accounts etcetera etcetera and that was done promptly so yes I think they have leverage and in the longer term do you think these companies are all going to kowtow add to the U. S. government add infinitum well you have to ask that I I can't speak for visa master card to be honest I can tell you that what what do you think not only as as a professor but also as an American citizen about about the way that the U. S. government is approaching this is it making it a bigger problem perhaps for itself ... that he'd need to the pain or is there something at Dhaka behind all of this well yeah I have my suspicions about the whole affair even about Julian assigned to be Frank because he comes from a murky background he was affiliate of intelligence agencies and ... we have for a for instance of president Obama last year I pointed somebody called Cass Sunstein as a in a day office and the head of the office of information and and this reminds me of some of the ministries of information we used to have here in the Arab world and elsewhere in Soviet countries and one of his promises was that the government should infiltrate social networking sites should plant false conspiracy theories should I raise sort of falls ... ... you know how these false flag operations of sorts psych up operations at sector so if you read his paper which he wrote a Harvard on this issue ... you'll find that a lot of it rings eerily familiar to what is going on today gonna have to help a little bit here because I'm not quite sure I would if I was in charge of the U. S. government I'd want to see a lot of that stuff out there whether it's dangerous ... in against the interests of national security or simply embarrassing what would they wanted to get out how much of it has in fact been embarrassing to the US government and how much of it has been embarrassing to again I repeat Arab leaders or ... China me we used China was spying on Google we knew a lot of Arab leaders had suspicions about Iran it's sector we knew about putting you up well stony a lot of this is trivia and all it really does if you drop the balance sheet at the and in my view is too I doesn't really embarrass you it's got there no real state secrets revealed nobody's gonna be held accountable ... in Washington at best I could serve the interests of those who are for instance agitating within the CIA or the government for war against Iran for you know putting more pressure on China at sector these agendas are served by Vicki leaks thus far ... I don't see much in the ways of sort of leading to real change in Washington let's go to the UK back to Birmingham a Jonathan hemos there I suggested that they give you a couple of minutes to think about how you might advise wikileaks itself off on sorting out its problems but in a sense I need the oxygen of publicity ... has been fantastic for it do you think it needs any help well I was going to make exactly not points I think ... one of the things that we can leaks probably doesn't need days ... advice some public relations it's done a fantastic job of getting this item story at a cross and interestingly it's done not both via conventional media but also very much ... driven by social and online media as well and it's done one of the things that all good at PR campaigns do 8 has utilized the influence of third parties carry its message for it to the extent now that's a lot of this story is being driven by third parties rather than by wikileaks itself so purely from a pay all points of view it's done a superb job in getting this story across what do you make of month 5 house suggestion that to all of this could have been put out their own Pappas by the U. S. government frankly it some of it I wouldn't have any any particular knowledge all for ... I think from I'm from the points of view of the ... organizations that we're discussing now the monster cards and and the bees as in the PayPal's I bet they wish to hadn't been put on that because it has given them an enormous ... crisis management challenge that maybe they couldn't have anticipated good crisis communication is often about the planning and preparing for aids and this is potentially a situation that I hadn't planned all prepared for and of course there's a second crisis for them as well which she's the bringing down of that website so the ... difficulty that people are having I'm Ted had to pay for goods using using their services which is a secondary crisis people now are asking how robust are all their systems and have secure is my information so that we have a a double crisis to deal with I'd buy to Basel and Andreas fading Gavin your the shop and of this are you waiting to find out if in fact ... visa master card ... will start to do business through you with wikileaks once again but I want to ask about the physical amount of money that that was coming through your system and I don't need to give become confidential information but did you see the amounts the number of donations go up pretty rapidly I once wikileaks Goettel is headlines well it is clear you know the more ... people know about wikileaks error the more donations you gonna get ... because slower than your own people who don't know about the kids they can't know Bob and the second the fact that which we are seeing is one PayPal was cut down that the ... amount has jumped out which means that there are a lot of people were during 19 over people before because there are no internet users are frequent internet users who understand ... the freedom of speech is using the internet than her understand what we can stars ... are the warmest limit on nature most likely and ... they all use PayPal and when pay follows garden RO I of volumes has increased just a quick hold for me before we have to go back and dressed do you think in a few days time of these are Matsukata gonna come back to you and say yep okay will carry on doing business with wikileaks we think you're in the clear or is that 8 we think I'm well actually we don't know where I mean we have the intelligence process being completed the loss you day served by the ... the the payment processor and they go back to to use our men it's a decision user has to take thank you very much in date ... will hold a hearing from you and the rest that tell us whether invite you got the business back on line ... with wikileaks off thanks also to our other guests though hallmark far ha in Birmingham Jonathan hemos and as we saw via broadband from Basel in Switzerland Andreas Fink thank you too for watching this edition of inside story drop us a line if you like the balance al Jazira let to buy inside story inside story about 0. for me David Foster //
"2012-11-27 15:06:31"
U S Demands to Assassinate Assange
\\fighting terror cyber terrorism information terrorism shut it down here's a stronger something of a bullet hit 3 illegally shoot some our information warfare is warfare and join a sun is engaged in warfare information terrorism which leads to people getting killed as terrorists Angelina son is engaged in terrorist he should be treated as an enemy combatant wikileaks should be closed down per 0 decisively should United States do something to stop Mister sausage we're looking at that right now than just partners taking lower lip that I would argue that it's closer to being in the high tech terrorists and then the Pentagon this disclosure is not just an attack on America's foreign policy interests it is an attack on the international community is the the head of wikileaks is not perfectly credible source in Lima and he's he is a hero to me on my mind is it is a criminal and he ought to be 100 daily granted live put on trial for what he's done here I think the man is a high tech terrorist ... he's done in the songs yet he needs to be prosecuted to the full fullest extent of the law and if that becomes a problem need to change the law well I think I saw should be assassinated actually take abolished but out of contract that maybe use a drone or something you don't act panicked and had that we don't have that had a you get exhausted say if we catch you we're gonna hang in there whatever we heard some of the older yeah so much because I cyber terrorism and war time is guilty of sabotage espionage crimes against humanity should be killed how is it how is it that the wikileaks guy remains 3 you know back in the old days when men were men in countries where country this guy would die of lead poisoning from a bullet in the brain and nobody would know who put it there we deal with this is pretty simple we got special ops forces I mean that the dead man can't leaks at this guy's a traitor a treasonous and and and he has broken every law the United States the guy ought to be and I'm not for the death penalty so if not for the deaf but don't want to do it illegally should decide it's time that the Obama administration tree wikileaks what it as a terrorist organization bush continued operation threatens our security shut it down shut it down it it's time to shut down this terrorist organization this terrorist website wikileaks shut it down Attorney General holder //
"2012-10-16 19:28:17"
Assassinating Assange
\\we're not sure the United States do something to stop Mister sausage were looking at that right now than just partners taking a look at how I'd argue that it's closer to being in high tech terrorists and then the Pentagon I frankly that the it is the the head of wikileaks is not a particular credible source and level and he's he is a you know to milk my mind is a is a criminal and he ought to be hunted down and grabbed him and put on trial for what he's done here I information warfare is warfare and join the sun is engaged in warfare information terrorism which leads to people getting killed is terrorism Angelina song is engaged in terrorist he should be treated as an enemy combatant wikileaks should be closed down per 0 decisively I think the man is a high tech terrorists and I think he needs to be prosecuted to the full fullest extent of the law and if that becomes a problem need to change the long wait you know this is pretty simple we got special ops forces I mean that the dead man can't leaks that this guy's a traitor a treasonous and and and he has broken every law the United States the guy ought to be so I'm not for the death penalty so if not for the deaf and don't want to do it illegally shoot the son of a crowbar month if you listed today you should take this guy out have the CIA's giggle broke the law yeah you can act often say if we catch you we're gonna hang you or was told use communities will find right that's what I'd like to see little drone hit song have a criminal proceedings under way that's where I think the verdict is guilty now on wikileaks NCCU exit apparently today released almost right it's a traitor treasure trove hall structured targets ... around the world which of course would be damaging not only to those countries yeah to US interests why hasn't the government just gone ahead and shut down the site shut down this ammunition is information why can't you do that well let me condemning the strongest terms ... meet leaks of information that have come as a result of that the actions that you just referenced ... nnsl security of the United States has been put at risk the lives of other people who work for the American people has been put at risk half are the American people have cells have been put at risk by these actions that are I believe arrogant misguided that it ultimately ... feet not helpful fit in in any way ... we are doing everything that we can't we have a very serious active ongoing investigation hot item that is criminal in nature site authorized just last week ... move a number of things to be done so that we can hopefully get to the bottom of this and hold people accountable has the ... has that should be players are you things that can be done contributes it only explored the ability to be able to seize besides last week you were before us saying look at all the websites who sees them shut down but you can't do that in this case or what part of the parameters that are looking at and what are some of the actions that you've had authorized to go for it's an ongoing investigation I want to get into exactly what I authorize but I can say that I personally though authorize a number of things last week and I think that's an indication of the seriousness with which we take this matter FNB highest level involvement in the United States department of justice with regard to all the tactics that we can do or can use to ameliorate fiamme consequences of these actions I don't wanna get into those as well but we will do everything that we can both to hold people accountable and to minimize the harm that will befall the American people well I think Assad should be assassinated actually think Obama should put out a contract that maybe use a drone or something the United States strongly condemns the illegal disclosure a classified informations so let's be clear this disclosure is not just an attack on America's foreign policy interests it is an attack on the international community the alliances and partnerships the conversations and negotiations that safeguard global security and advance economic prosperity this potential database for all of our enemies but now hangs on the internet and of and and provides an opportunity for them to mine looking for ... looking for weaknesses in fort protection tactics techniques and procedures whom we do business with how we announced how we cultivate sources all this stuff is potentially out there for people who wish to do us harm to take advantage well this is that a part of the fence and were not one to make judgments about legal remedies in the appropriate recourse and all that kind of stuff but as I mentioned for we're not alone in this endeavor the FBI DOJ it also investigating this are also involved in this map and they will obviously have to make judgments about how to proceed Congress can act in an expeditious and bipartisan manner to encourage and authorize the use by the executive branch of all necessary means to respond and defeat wikileaks how is it how is it that the wikileaks guy remains free you know back in the old days when men were men in countries boys think about and nobody would know who put it there Julia saw much because a cyber terrorist in wartime he's guilty of sabotage espionage crimes against humanity kill this man is an enemy of the state wikileaks is a you know perhaps some sort of a and a virtual weapon of mass destruction right but Mr son has given aid and comfort to the enemy he is empowered the enemy he's put Americans at risk he's put the allies of Americans at risk this geo political military economic chess game that goes on constantly on the entire planet he's taken away some of our advantages given it to our enemies I wish I hope that there's a way that we can find a way to prosecute a man like that that we can protect ourselves and if we fail to do that or even if we're successful in that it exposes some other vulnerabilities I suggest Mister speaker this Congress take a look at some new legislation a new structure of law there's really not brought is about because of the actions of Mr Simes been brought about because the actions of our enemies our terrorist enemies sabotaging Stein as these wikileaks at issue is an illegal act just got infected place is going to provide the government with some advice about so called potential criminal conduct of the individual involved with art website is about the publication of the way he likes information is it grossly irresponsible I think that wikileaks and its founder Julian asides should be facing criminal charges and his website which he uses to aid and abet our terrorist enemies should also be shut down to defend our national security it's time that the Obama administration treats wikileaks for what it is a terrorist organization whose continued operation threatens our security shut it down shut it down it it's time to shut down this terrorist organization this terrorist website wikileaks shut it down Attorney General holder //
"2012-10-03 10:36:25"
Vote WikiLeaks; US 2012 Election Campaign Video With Assange, Obama, Romney
\\then we start wars faraway countries without the authorization of Congress yes we can tell me declared the whole world including our homeland battleground where American citizens can be detained differently military law yes we can can they transferred trillions of dollars hardworking Americans to have friends in wallstreet return for promises campaign finance yes we can can we secretly designate any given America enemy without ever charging can we expect snippets be accountable because no matter who is Republican or Democrat you'll continue these policies where yes we can high tech terrorist cyber terrorist get information terrorism draw or something looking at 3 illegally shoot some this election you face a difficult choice whoever gets into office holds captive to the very government and as they were tossed to reform but there is another option government institutions neither that knowledge is power that is why they spend so much money attempting to conceal their plans and actions from all of us they note that together we can force them to act differently this selection you can choose to help us round America over the next 4 years because the only vote that matters vote with your wallet vote a few weeks I'm doing a syringe and I approve this message //
"2011-10-20 03:44:26"
Wikileaks Needs You!
\\during the past 5 years wikileaks has revealed millions of secrets the governments and corporations want to hide from you the list of revelations is long but it includes the deaths of hundreds of 0 of Iraq corruption and torture throughout middle eastern regimes the dumping of toxic waste in Africa and other environmental catastrophe abusive practices by the world's biggest banks the reality of assassination squads in Afghanistan and beyond during this time we've withstood attacks from military and intelligence organization lawsuits imprisonment cyber warfare a high level coals for house as a nation but now we face our greatest challenge a politically motivated banking blockade led by visa master card PayPal Western Union and the bank of America this blockade has left us with just 5 percent overall financial lifeline it is wiped out successfully 95 percent of your support wikileaks is entirely supported by the public everything we do depends on you but these politicize companies believe they have the right stop your voting with your wallet they want to stop you supporting the cause that you believe it a network is stronger than ever before we have thousands of pending revelations but wikileaks work takes a lot of resources we cannot permit these banks to control our lives and that is why we have decided to throw all out if it's into fighting these corrupt financial institutions join us in our struggle wikileaks needs you //
"2011-10-19 22:41:48"
WikiLeaks: The Great Visa Escape
\\nmsiis I a probably so use cool and we for I yeah //
"2011-10-11 03:10:16"
Sweden vs Assange Julian Assange in Court
\\yeah support throwing the found where he is today to defend during the song Sarge's fight extradition to Sweden on to the European arrest warrant this Florida allows it to be taken from one jurisdiction to another without any charges made by the man is innocent until proven guilty excellent blog forthcoming what's it going well beyond gentlemen come on spread love it yeah are indistinct all the evidence hasn't been heard the haven't been storia what we do that ... established with by tradition but more importantly for Julia ... the case could the adequacy of these laws which allow extra without charge it's an astonishing invasion of the civil liberties of anybody go before that court if Julian is excited to Sweden media ... more difficult you know real for we can use to operate but today it will certainly not stop the important work you're doing Arianna where we //
"2011-07-19 17:32:07"
Collateral Murder
\\a okay I am because I am a it okay okay it it it a there's more than just walking by and one of them has a web Frederick really didn't to a lot of people have had another or an open border guards right here right now have made 20 yeah yeah I got it correct federal court rapidly equipment element not badly at the weapon yeah call for I vannatter meddling IGN right hotel npower him money individual outlet for radio they're real bad luck for talent Celtics pretty or want to have fun individualistic 40 Roger that we have no personalities of opposition so ... you know 3 to get over a I would hate it if you're going I can get a counter behind a building but I felt that nothing but we got out our pitching talent buyer not all of only and we won't NDA building anyway the right one the branch ... well there's 1:00 I haven't seen anything since then get on it over on Friday the element got all about poor because I don't want learn dateline now let me know when you get all of come on I and I didn you up if you keep what about that thing we need to move in time now all 8 individuals fire but certainly equipped with mobile we got Balfour dialogue but I think it might have by your clerk leann by targeting and that the fact that the bike path to that but your body lying there Tyler got outta individuals we had one guy crawling around down there but we couldn't live like or shouldn't have more but a you should out thought without the extra divorce one a but you're 28 this is the tale of 267 Roger clearly getting a profligate individuals are okay I hope RPGs and a Cape 47 locate the one pretty well done turned over I am the we should all know they create a horse 18 yeah it does not matter yeah teigen-nude-dujour 20 so for the yeah sure to criticize the shoe bag uhhuh another hotel too sacred for 20 they don't want anybody better 7 go ahead but that's a seventh grader course 1 a a location of bodies Bravo 5458861 17 over that's very north 18 that's good copy there on a history of an open up courtyard with a bunch of new drugs difficult of courtyard one guy moving down there anyone you know that most 18 I will also have 1 individual fear that we will do it culture to crawl away we're going to move down there but it was a fire we won't do it anymore there is no every other weapons out of hand town on nbatv guy calling right now on the curb NCLEX let's look like they tell them that no right down the bad guy and make sure you got that might care about it but then nobody but I could pick up a weapon Bernard Hardenbergh location over this is to say watcher pop pop pop players well but one individual who is looking for weapons nuclear weapon we're going to engage bush that we have no say in that approach again picking up the bodies present then by down there by the body okay after critical what we have individuals go on to the city look like probably up picking up bodies weapon the stop break forth one not a request permission to us NDA picking up alone I predict done the part about the critical 20 okay gonna automatically divorce 18 we have a black car Pungo chucked equipment to a cage what matters is that a lot during the day Claire hello clip color pep Blair wiretap but route Claire back here and you are Claire yeah I love him and I got a I'm sorry your equipment over a particular offices up pretty or stamp the I am able but should it can address one I well let's hope but a lap died pushed past the critical or someone a tropical apparently the fabled up there was approximately 4 to 5 individuals at the equivalent bodies your lead Bradley I think that that's right slot proves that he just down the road what do but you hello subsequently element starting out on the road with a case of the work but I thought that about element they kept I just great foresight you're literally just burst out on the road with all the great but that happens to have a band in the middle of the road with about 12 to 15 bodies yeah yeah yeah right through the windshield I I talk about 12 it that is a fairly accurate so far Roger that they want to be a bad pick him up but I think that but //
"2011-07-13 11:49:16"
WikiLeaks Support Video 1
\\so my navy cycles of the grail 9 in this data sold my name is even the Cup while my name is Miriam Eichel boom I'm Melissa Peugeot hi my name's hollowgram I mean computer scientist living in Canada bonus Marco I am 19 years old and I am from Gothenburg Sweden wikileaks right back forward to the both quizstar do you realize and how they should wikileaks has made a sudden you become aware of how dangerous it can be nowadays to call things as they are it's actually showing the people how corrupt our governments are and the people speaking about how corrupt our governments are are find out Gracie Pete people are quite alarmed by the fact that America has tried to shut me 2 weeks off a behind the scenes that all of this is happening without any ... transparency American something given an outlet to expose corruption and wrongdoing without fear of retaliation it's an alarm clock that has started ringing too because I from a local of pessimists he thought out turned to shape society and to make it better and we're going to be the change we want to see but you know there's more to cover ... there's a lot of people still are here I don't really think died with a more open use ... we can teach more people but I just want to give a big thanks to wikileaks and our hats off to the volunteers and everybody that puts in time therein does stuff for them because that's that huge contribution for the rest the world I'm not only giving credit to do the other songs I'm giving credit to everyone that the working within the week leaks organization they are doing something that is great so if a freedom of speech wikileaks we support you thank you wikibooks thank you keep going Bulat called events viva weekly //
"2011-07-09 15:02:51"
191 Days Without Charge
\\I I no ignitability on planes have already again it goes thanks slow extra the am I right you very much so what a what numbers the student I she is taking for 6 months him when since president on the thousands had it was bad for 10 days since he was less hassle about he's been under house arrest until so pretty intrusive regime he's on having to have this sort of ... braces on you that you come take off that you know is some acting you that your electronic the in prison Floyd similar hurt George decreed that site there are 3 boxes in my house one on the sides one on the top what I understand they do is they they and they they can tell if Jews in the house on all that are 2 antennas on each blog someone if they spies on the tiger Judeans ankle the other one trying to make sure in London they they give that information to government so basically they can tell what he is at all time I really question why he needs at 20 tugging don't understand why he still off the 6 months that needs to but I guess the PlayStation everyday they can essentially Manisa him ... at all times that exactly when it comes house caskets the police station everyday so he's that it's evolved from that what you told what could we do from day to day basis it's hugely impinged on by by Jordan's house arrest it makes everything very inefficient write letters to the court I mean this man hasn't been challenged is not being charged with a crime you compatibility who has for example deviney he's been charged for murdering his wife he his bail conditions are almost identical to Judy I'm British and I've always been proud about just well I mean this is a man that has even challenged like caged animal miss Holly really there was a problem when we basically were all over the world except the main today from one place I let it slip into it's not some with the Jews which best show I know that if Julian had other options yeah prop office environment we could be of course he chooses but it doesn't have those options in who is grateful because he's grateful that I that I offered a place to stay but it's not they didn't have a choice he asked him if he has to be inside at 10:00 PM for 6 months Sekai other company that's all monitoring they run I said at that pretty tough any sign anything many of those machines they have they came round and we decided we wanted a film and we thought it would be quite interesting to show everybody how Watson infringement on one civil liberties having attack could be do not carry us you know so please not sorry no we've we've become Caroline if they spank them because we don't care if they think one of which shall we call it has only the state failed to fulfill company afraid of a company's afresh finishing one technically him why would a company because right in with them aggressively experience and she turned off my thought not promoted shortly after that for our nor is received and a letter from them saying that they were unable to conduct their business prospects film they are in the business of surveillance but they don't want to be so they opened so so this is one of the 3 cameras that his outside each entrance to the property we suddenly noticed them appearing since we've been here we believe that that monitoring anything because and that's the problem I'm not an expert on cameras but I believe these take number plates in report number plates I think the country is full of them budget Nowiny quite so many around my house his kept his bail conditions 6 months now impeccably his passport has been confiscated is all that's necessary with that excessive the I've yeah the building up thank you thank you broad //
"2011-07-09 12:33:14"
How Much Does it Cost to Save the World?
\\mmhm 20 secure phones to assist in staying anonymous $5000 fighting legal cases across 5 countries $1000000 upkeep of servers in over 40 countries $200000 donations loss to the banking blockade $15000000 added cost due to house arrest $500000 watching the world change as a result of your work prices there's some people who don't like change for everyone else is with unix to find out more about wikileaks financial blockade and how to donate please visit wikileaks.org but would slash support.H. //



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