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Julian Assange to RT: Worst WikiLeaks cables yet to come

The man behind WikiLeaks says his website's revelations are just the tip of the iceberg. In an exclusive interview with RT, Julian Assange said it is only a matter of time before more damaging information becomes known. The publication of confidential cables proved deeply embarrassing for the US and other countries. "If we look at our work over the last 12 moths, think about that. All these stories that have come out actually happened in the world, before 2010, but people didn't know about it. So what is it that we don't know about now? There's an enormous hidden world out there that we don't know about. It exists there right now." Assange claims the data released by WikiLeaks is not even the most important and calls on people not to believe that the information they receive from the media is all that is happening. "We only released secret, classified, confidential material. We didn't have any top secret cables. The really embarrassing stuff, the really serious stuff wasn't in our collection to release. But it is still out there." Watch the full version of that interview with Julian Assange, on Monday on RT.
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    Fractaluniverse May 1, 2011 12:46:46 AM CEST

    The U.S and the U.K Gov.?????.....what about the fucking Israelli Gov. and the Mossad.Why don´t he get any info. on that.Here is whyAccording to Gordon Duff (Israel, Spying, US Security, Wikileaks and Julian Assange.):Wikileaks' leaks "were carefully edited, thousands of reports were reconstructed and falsified and hundreds of thousands were removed as inconsistent with an unknown political agenda."This requires full access to Pentagon computer systems, PROMIS software and hundreds of man hours."It requires, in fact, a broad spy operation inside the Pentagon that enjoys its ability to operate with impunity."Wikileaks carries an Israeli signature, the leaks damn only Israeli enemies, shield Israeli operations and are time to serve Israeli interests."Hundreds of Israeli citizens work in the Pentagon."None of this should be a surprise to anyone."According to journalist Gianluca D'Agostino (If Wikileaks Were A Movie Would It Be "Wag The Dog".):"We are used to think the Watergate scandal was discovered by those two journalists at the Washington Post: Bernstein and Woodward."But Woodward was a former Naval Intelligence officer, he worked at the ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence)."While in the Navy Bob Woodward was the briefing officer for Admiral Moorer, head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who had authorized his subordinates to spy on the White House's National Security Counsel....."Woodward during the Watergate investigation was fed by the FBI through deep throat, aka FBI Associate Director Mark Felt."Woodward's supervisor was Ben Bradlee, a former CIA propaganda officer. During his service Bradlee joined the staff of the Office of U.S. Information and Educational Exchange (USIE), the embassy's propaganda unit."USIE produced films, magazines, research, speeches, and news items for use by the CIA throughout Europe."USIE (later known as USIA) also controlled the Voice of America, a means of disseminating pro-American 'cultural information' worldwide....Do I have to go on?"In practice the Watergate was a news show run by the United States Intelligence community?"However the Watergate wasn't a scandal it was just a smooth way to get rid of Richard Nixon."Let's make an hypothesis: the same thing is happening now with this Wikileaks files...""The truth is Wikileaks is more a typical public relations campaign that just sells propaganda to the dumbs." (Is Wikileaks the new Pentagon P.R. office?)At Global Research, on 10 December 2010, F. William Engdahl reminds us that Wikileaks is a Big Dangerous US Government Con JobAmong the points made:1. Wikileaks promotes the US agenda on Iran and elsewhere.2. Wikileaks will likely be used to police the Internet.3. The New York Times assigned David E. Sanger to control the release of the Wikileaks material.Sanger sits as a member of the elite Council on Foreign Relations as well as the Aspen Institute Strategy Group together with the likes of Condi Rice, former Defense Secretary William Perry, former CIA head John Deutch, former State Department Deputy Secretary and now World Bank head Robert Zoellick among others.4. Assange says he believes the US Government version of 9/11 and calls the Bilderberg Group a normal meeting of people.5. The 250,000 cables are not "top secret" Most of the revelations so far have been unspectacular."But for anyone who has studied the craft of intelligence and of disinformation, a clear pattern emerges in the Wikileaks drama."The leaks appear as Hillary Clinton put it "to justify US sanctions against Iran."6. "The entire scandal is serving to advance a long-standing Obama and Bush agenda of policing the until-now free Internet.7. In 2009 Democratic Senator Jay Rockefeller and Republican Olympia Snowe introduced the Cybersecurity Act of 2009.It would give the President unlimited power to disconnect private-sector computers from the internet.8. The US Department of Homeland Security are quietly seizing and shutting down internet websites.



 
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