• aj

    i dont think politicians have anything to run from, the whole thing seems concocted to me. look at the fluctuation of attention it got and the results. wikileaks and arab uprising may seem close chronologically but they had nothing to do with each other. this was constructed to impose new internet laws and controls for the future cyberwars already propagated and being hyped up by the media today,

     wikileaks was a perfectly safe, calculated and anticipated project with close watch and response teams in media to control its outreach, which would mean it never would actually compromise a government, unless critical mass was in jeopardy of being reached. Leftist newspapers with big media scope are the obvious choice to affect the correct group you want to pacify the most. this was done by swamping them in a deluge of stories, facts, visuals and numbers with the numbing affect of the sheer quantities of mediocre information.

    you can see that the Wiener trial, that captured the majority of internet/tv based attention, was a bite sized event compared to wikileaks, which shows the type of stories viewers respond to. the sheer volume was the key tactic of allowing a low enough level military based scapegoat access to this ‘secret’ material to spread however he could, of course hes vilified and labelled deranged cos they dont want anyone doing it without their control. (not consent, not sure if manning was ordered to be fall guy, that we ll never know.)

    check out the parabolic nature of these kind of news stories, and compare it to the pentagon papers,

    10%nationalists who thought assange was evil
    50%majority who acknowledged it and talked about a few times with friends
    35%group of interested people that followed the stories that emerged and possibly downloaded the documents
    10%smaller group that researched assange and held him as a martyer of the digital age for unearthing war  crimes of the current oppressive empire.
    5% people who see it all as apart of the greater scheme to nullify the threat that internet has on the greater scheme of things for governments and corporations who are losing stabillity in that terrain. 

    no danger of an umproar from the masses!

    and look what has passed since, in wake of, at the same time as, the bradley manning case, internet ‘crime’ ”as bad as nuclear war” or ”cyber attacks like declaring war”. 
    we cant let history pass us by on this evident, it has happened before and we dont need another news article that produces another meaningless parabola (like this comment will) that shows internet freedom dramatically challenged in a year or so.

    Even debate about these issues is included in these types of projects and hawkish bloggers are employed, ie by facebook, to shoot down claims like these for governments all over the world.

    ALL these activities are the truest meaning of DISinformation!
          

  • aj

    i dont think politicians have anything to run from, the whole thing seems concocted to me. look at the fluctuation of attention it got and the results. wikileaks and arab uprising may seem close chronologically but they had nothing to do with each other. this was constructed to impose new internet laws and controls for the future cyberwars already propagated and being hyped up by the media today,

     wikileaks was a perfectly safe, calculated and anticipated project with close watch and response teams in media to control its outreach, which would mean it never would actually compromise a government, unless critical mass was in jeopardy of being reached. Leftist newspapers with big media scope are the obvious choice to affect the correct group you want to pacify the most. this was done by swamping them in a deluge of stories, facts, visuals and numbers with the numbing affect of the sheer quantities of mediocre information.

    you can see that the Wiener trial, that captured the majority of internet/tv based attention, was a bite sized event compared to wikileaks, which shows the type of stories viewers respond to. the sheer volume was the key tactic of allowing a low enough level military based scapegoat access to this ‘secret’ material to spread however he could, of course hes vilified and labelled deranged cos they dont want anyone doing it without their control. (not consent, not sure if manning was ordered to be fall guy, that we ll never know.)

    check out the parabolic nature of these kind of news stories, and compare it to the pentagon papers,

    10%nationalists who thought assange was evil
    50%majority who acknowledged it and talked about a few times with friends
    35%group of interested people that followed the stories that emerged and possibly downloaded the documents
    10%smaller group that researched assange and held him as a martyer of the digital age for unearthing war  crimes of the current oppressive empire.
    5% people who see it all as apart of the greater scheme to nullify the threat that internet has on the greater scheme of things for governments and corporations who are losing stabillity in that terrain. 

    no danger of an umproar from the masses!

    and look what has passed since, in wake of, at the same time as, the bradley manning case, internet ‘crime’ ”as bad as nuclear war” or ”cyber attacks like declaring war”. 
    we cant let history pass us by on this evident, it has happened before and we dont need another news article that produces another meaningless parabola (like this comment will) that shows internet freedom dramatically challenged in a year or so.

    Even debate about these issues is included in these types of projects and hawkish bloggers are employed, ie by facebook, to shoot down claims like these for governments all over the world.

    ALL these activities are the truest meaning of DISinformation!
          

  • anonymus

    Wikileaks is important to upholding the freedom of speech.  For a true democracy the people need enough information to vote intelligently.  So much misinformation is being fed to us, we need to uphold this great medium for sharing information.  Our freedom may depend on this.

  • anonymus

    Wikileaks is important to upholding the freedom of speech.  For a true democracy the people need enough information to vote intelligently.  So much misinformation is being fed to us, we need to uphold this great medium for sharing information.  Our freedom may depend on this.