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    (Original post by MoanyLisa)
    :rofl:



    I agree. The only decent thing I've seen so far is that the US has been secretly taking Uranium out of Pakistan to stop them from getting into terrorists hands.
    Then you misread. The US wanted to take such actions, Pakistan refused and allowed no access to US staff.
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    :rofl:Why would they record this anyway?!!

    But seriously those leaks are getting boring and it's turning into a diplomatic burn book. :yawn:
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    (Original post by MoanyLisa)
    It looks like they were just trying to get as much information about everyone as possible. They even wanted peoples DNA.
    Perhaps this told them something about Sarkosy's personality. It's all quite strange and creepy really. :dontknow:
    I'm sure diplomats get bored. Reading diplomatic reports from the past tell us that representatives often record funny anecdotes and gossip for their own interest and entertainment. Nothing strange about that, its human nature to make others laugh or go 'really? No way!'.

    EDIT: But yes, I agree the DNA part is creepy.
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    Amazing. Best one yet!
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    If Iran is allowed nuclear weapons its the people that will pay the ultimate price at the hands of that despicable regime.

    A weapon that could potenically destroy the planet is not the right of any nation.
    Then it shouldn't be only Iran that isn't allowed it, but every single other country. Lets start with the US, which is the only country to ever use the atomic bombs.
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    (Original post by Bunkd)
    :facepalm:

    This is why little girls don't do international politics.
    Because taking into account the lives of innocent people doesn't matter?
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    As already said on my Wiki Leaks thread started before this one; He's going to get killed soon, mark my words. I already predicted that he's going to be charged on some trumped up sex/pedo/terrorist charges. The swines.
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    Vladimir Putin was likely to have known about the operation in London to murder the Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko, Washington's top diplomat in Europe alleged in secret conversations in Paris.

    Daniel Fried, the assistant secretary of state, questioned whether "rogue elements" in Russia's security services could have carried out the hit without Putin's direct approval.

    A scenario where the Kremlin was unaware of the Litvinenko plot was far-fetched "given Putin's attention to detail", Fried said. The Russians were behaving with "increasing self-confidence to the point of arrogance", he told the French, arguing for a tougher stance towards Moscow.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010...vinenko-murder

    American diplomats believed that the Sri Lankan president, Mahinda Rajapaksa, bore responsibility for a massacre last year that is the subject of a UN war crimes enquiry, according to a leaked US cable.

    Lawyers for Tamil activists in Britain are seeking an arrest warrant against President Rajapaksa - who is currently visiting the UK and is due to meet the defence secretary, Liam Fox, tonight – for alleged war crimes committed last year at the bloody end of the long-running civil war against Tamil separatists. Rajapaksa had been due to address the Oxford Union tomorrow but that appearance has been cancelled due to security concerns.

    More than 10,000 Tamils, are thought to have died in the space of a few days in May 2009, when a large concentration of both Tamil Tiger guerrillas and civilians, crammed in a small coastal strip, came under heavy bombardment from Sri Lankan government forces.

    In a cable sent on 15 January this year, the US ambassador in Colombo, Patricia Butenis, said that one of the reasons that there was so little progress towards a genuine Sri Lankan enquiry into how so many people were killed was that the president and the former army commander, Sarath Fonseka, were largely responsible.

    "There are no examples we know of a regime undertaking wholesale investigations of its own troops or senior officials for war crimes while that regime or government remained in power," Butenis noted.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010...inda-rajapaksa
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    (Original post by Annoying-Mouse)
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    Now THIS is game changing.
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    Just seen the news, the Americans want him but one of the lawyers is saying its hard to put somebody on trial who does not fall into your jurisdiction. One American senator I believe is calling for his execution and stated nothing less of it will be less :lolwut::facepalm:

    On a interesting note, wikileaks has called for H.Clinton to resign and also will be relasing more documents around the new year about the banking bust which started in America.
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    Why do they record everything diplomats say anyway ?
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    (Original post by x-friends)
    Then it shouldn't be only Iran that isn't allowed it, but every single other country. Lets start with the US, which is the only country to ever use the atomic bombs.
    No it should not be every country. Nuclear weapons are not the right of a state as you ignorantly seem to think.

    The US used those two weapons( That are isignificant by today's standards) as a legitimate act of war.
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    Socio-economic historian, lecturer and academic Webster Tarpley presents the case that Wikileaks is a "limited hangout"

    http://dandelionsalad.wordpress.com/...war-with-iran/

    Definition of "limited hangout"
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_hangout

    U.S. to Drop Spy Case Against Pro-Israel Lobbyists
    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/02/us...ipac.html?_r=1

    Iran claims Wikileaks is "psychological warfare"
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010...re-ahmadinejad

    Several articles by Gordon Duff, senior editor of Veterans Today exposing Wikileaks as a CIA/Mossad front/ false flag/ limited hangout

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.p...t=va&aid=22202

    http://info-wars.org/2010/11/28/wiki...ench-of-aipac/

    http://redactednews.blogspot.com/201...lse-front.html

    http://redactednews.blogspot.com/201...inal-word.html

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2010/06...clear-weapons/
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    How long has Assange got before he is:

    a. Arrested?
    b. Assassinated?
    c. Wikileaks is taken offline?
    Answers on a postcard please
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      A always is
      B never
      C never

      =}
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      Go and like Wikileaks on Facebook.....good to support such an organization, and strengthen it.
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        i dont actually know where to find a story on it its always being blocked or google chrome says whops cant find this etc
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        (Original post by blueray)
        i dont actually know where to find a story on it its always being blocked or google chrome says whops cant find this etc
        The Guardian is your best bet, also their facebook page - updates every minute.
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        You can still access the site here: http://213.251.145.96/
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          (Original post by Srxjer)
          You can still access the site here: http://213.251.145.96/
          says loading and wont come up lol
         
         
         
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