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    (Original post by lukejoshjedi)
    Geez just how many country leaders and officials has the US ****ged off? Like seriously, they really are the *******s of the world
    And how many have ****ged them back?
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    (Original post by Shadowplay)
    Berlusconi apparently laughed it off when he was told about the wikileaks, and Ahmedinejad held a press conference saying it's all made up by the USA.

    Well the damage has been done, their just trying to show that there in still control and their relations with the US are good, I'm sure they all are aware of what happens in the corridors, politics indeed is a dirty game.
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    There are 2 countries to blame for all the carnage thats taking place today, UK and US.
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    (Original post by lukejoshjedi)
    Lol I imagine that comedy skits about that are being made already

    *UN Meeting*
    Obama: The US would like to address the issue of the terrorist organisation wikileaks and the controversy surrounding-

    Canadas Prime minister: *cough you're liars cough*

    Obama: What, what was that?

    Berlusconi: Ineffective and feckless am I? USA?

    Obama: Prime ministers, please, I would like to finish what I was sayin-

    Ahmedinajad: Not only are you infidels are threat to world stability and the real terrorists, you insult Iran and North Korea, countries that openly oppose you, countries with nuclear weapons....

    Obama: Gentleman, please, we're all leaders of major nations here, I'd expect some prfoessionalism and level of conduc-

    Mugabe: You said I'm Hitler? Really? The 'Charlie Chaplin' mustache doesn't = being hitler or a nazi actually

    Obama *leans over to his US correspondent and or the ambassador*: awkwaaaaard

    David Cameron: Bloody yanks
    :rofl:

    Then the Arabs try and act sly as though they didn't urge the US to attack Iran.

    The funny thing is, the UAE and Iran actually met and decided they are allies... yet the UAE still asked america to attack Iran :p:
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    Theres alot more coming through the week.
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    (Original post by Addzter)
    Yeah, it's a 2GB encrypted file that Wikileaks have released, which will be unlocked by a code that will be revealed if Assange is killed. To be honest, it sounds like a bluff to me (if they've got such Earth-shattering information, surely they'd release it) but if it's legit, it's probably something major.
    Also, you would think that the NSA supercomputers would be would be able to crack the encryption and find out whether it's legit or not.
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    (Original post by Organ)
    Makes the people who claim the USA is a warmongerer look a bit dense. Looks like the Arab states have spent years trying to encourage American air and ground attacks - with the Americans completely reluctant to launch any military assault.
    (Original post by Aj12)
    Seems to be. Did not realise Iran had so much hate in the middle east I just thought they were disliked. So much for the war mongering US they really are pushing the diplomatic route
    Wow, they've done a great job of making you think what they want you to think. It'll be such a great surprise to everyone when America is thrust into a war they don't want (but they do) against Iran. It will be Israel's war with the U.S providing most support.

    Yes they were so reluctant when they almost sent a B-52 bomber loaded with nukes to Iran in 2007, called off at the last minute.(!)
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    (Original post by atheistwithfaith)
    Also, you would think that the NSA supercomputers would be would be able to crack the encryption and find out whether it's legit or not.
    They can, it's encrypted with the encrypted system the NSA actually designed. Hence why there is something fishy about wikileaks. I believe the file just to be a publicity stunt.
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    Libyas' leader also criticised for having a voluptuous blonde escort with him all the time (wtf?)

    Germanys' chancellor Angela Merkel also criticised for not being creative

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-revealed.html

    Sure there are thousands more controversial things said in all the documents as well
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    Is there anything else about Cameron other than Obama seeing him as weak?
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    (Original post by Stefan1991)
    They can, it's encrypted with the encrypted system the NSA actually designed. Hence why there is something fishy about wikileaks. I believe the file just to be a publicity stunt.
    surely that suggests the opposite of a publicity stunt... if they have the ability to find out what is in the documents and it is factual then they will treat the threat seriously. Meanwhile Joe Bloggs cant decrpyt the coding and remains oblivious until the key is released. If its genuine, it doesn't matter whether or not the FBI know, just that the general public don't...


    Anyway super computers or not this is a quote from thepiratebay, " nerdpox at 2010-11-28 18:09 CET:
    To make it perfectly clear:
    You CAN NOT decrypt this. an AES key has 115 quattuorvigintillion possible combinations. That means that the number of possible combos itself is 78 digits long. This is probably the embassy reports that will be released today, if you divide this by 7, you get the exact size of the iraq war files. So sit back and wait until the key is released by WL. "

    tl;dr: LRN2encryption
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    (Original post by Stefan1991)
    Wow, they've done a great job of making you think what they want you to think. It'll be such a great surprise to everyone when America is thrust into a war they don't want (but they do) against Iran. It will be Israel's war with the U.S providing most support.

    Yes they were so reluctant when they almost sent a B-52 bomber loaded with nukes to Iran in 2007, called off at the last minute.(!)
    So despite the fact that the US has every incentive to go to war yet still have not you still think the US wants a war with Iran? Really your just an ignorant hater of the US tbh.
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    (Original post by Stefan1991)
    They can, it's encrypted with the encrypted system the NSA actually designed. Hence why there is something fishy about wikileaks. I believe the file just to be a publicity stunt.
    So the Americans can see he is not bluffing - but nobody else finds out what's inside it. Maybe you need some brain pills?

    Prince Andrew full story - Guardian

    Am I alone in feeling a bit disappointed by this? I was hoping of an 'inappropriate' proposition to a sexy blonde American diplomat or something...instead we got him ****ging off anti-corruption investigators? :lolwut:
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    (Original post by Stefan1991)
    They can, it's encrypted with the encrypted system the NSA actually designed. Hence why there is something fishy about wikileaks. I believe the file just to be a publicity stunt.
    What? it's encrypted with AES-256 which was not designed by the NSA. You think he's that stupid?

    And I don't think anyone in mainstream academia believes that the NSA can crack it.
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    (Original post by Dirac Delta Function)
    What? it's encrypted with AES-256 which was not designed by the NSA. You think he's that stupid?

    And I don't think anyone in mainstream academia believes that the NSA can crack it.
    It's widely suspected that the NSA have a built in back-door into AES.
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      <dons tinfoil hat>

      Wikileaks is a fake CIA honeypot designed to spread fear and disinformation on behalf of the New World Order, as well as trap disloyal and insubordinate people who leak information. This is why it hasn't been shut down and also why Julian Assange is still alive.

      <removes tinfoil hat>

      On the subject of encryption, I wouldn't be remotely surprised if the likes of the NSA and GCHQ have backdoors into encryption schemes such as AES, or at least have developed a technique to crack them over some period of time using bazillions of dollars worth of custom built supercomputers ("computationally infeasible" does not necessarily mean "impossible").
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      (Original post by Aj12)
      So despite the fact that the US has every incentive to go to war yet still have not you still think the US wants a war with Iran? Really your just an ignorant hater of the US tbh.
      The U.S HAVE to go to war from Iran, there is pressure from AIPAC, Washington, Israel, and apparently Saudi Arabia and other gulf states.

      I bet you anything that Israel will go to war with Iran within six - eight months with either covert or full U.S military support. This Wikileaks drama played up for the media is not only a distraction from what's really going on behind the scenes, but is also a way of preparing the public for the war. It's alot easier to portray some rogue Australian activist 'leaking' the fact Iran is a menace, and that everyone wants a war, than the U.S actually coming out and saying these things. It's just a very (apparently) effective propaganda technique.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_hangout

      This way Iran will be seen as the antagoniser, and not the U.S.
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      (Original post by Nuffting)
      surely that suggests the opposite of a publicity stunt... if they have the ability to find out what is in the documents and it is factual then they will treat the threat seriously. Meanwhile Joe Bloggs cant decrpyt the coding and remains oblivious until the key is released. If its genuine, it doesn't matter whether or not the FBI know, just that the general public don't...


      Anyway super computers or not this is a quote from thepiratebay, " nerdpox at 2010-11-28 18:09 CET:
      To make it perfectly clear:
      You CAN NOT decrypt this. an AES key has 115 quattuorvigintillion possible combinations. That means that the number of possible combos itself is 78 digits long. This is probably the embassy reports that will be released today, if you divide this by 7, you get the exact size of the iraq war files. So sit back and wait until the key is released by WL. "

      tl;dr: LRN2encryption
      Obviously I haven't made myself clear enough to you. Wikileaks is obviously a CIA/Mossad joint operation, therefore they already know what's in the package. Why would Wikileaks send out a file that can be decrypted by the government?

      Why would every leak seem to further Israel's interests to promote war in Iran, turmoil in Pakistan, without a single leak harming Israel's interests?

      Why would Assange, apparently wanted by the CIA and U.S government, be free to walk around London giving Press interviews and holding conferences?
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        hmm but their is stuff abt china and other countries you can tell
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        Has anyone seen Hilary Clinton's press conference?
       
       
       
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