Make no mistake there are mirror WikiLeaks sites everywhere.
“WikiLeaks official censorship resistant mirrors, http://wikileaks.ch/mirrors.html, says, ” Wikileaks is currently under heavy attack. In order to make it impossible to ever fully remove Wikileaks from the Internet, you will find below a list of mirrors of Wikileaks website and CableGate pages.”
It includes the following sites-
Wikileaks is currently mirrored on 208 sites (updated 2010-12-05 19:43 GMT)
Wikileaks is currently mirrored on 355 sites (updated 2010-12-06 00:25 GMT)
Whatever WikiLeaks has to say, it is out there and certainly not restricted. In the interest of self disclosure we are relying on the N.Y. Times and Fox, CNN and others to decifer the latest 250,000 page dump. If the U.S. government could stop it, it has sadly failed miserably. And, apparently the U.S. government could not stop China from an internet attack either, at least according to WikiLeaks. Meanwhile a teenager in BF Egyptown, Texas has been prosecuted for an illegal song download, while another illegal has crossed into Texas.
Is he a hero? A martyr? Just a jerk? A rapist of women, a rapist of classified documents? A rapist of freedom? Whom would he be a hero to? Should he sit in Guantanamo Bay detention until we figure out exactly what he is? How many others will follow in his footsteps?
“…It is the corruption of truth, the abandonment of the due process law. It is the use of the big lie and the unfounded accusation against any citizen in the name of Americanism or security. It is the rise to power of the demagogue who lives on untruth; it is the spreading of fear and the destruction of faith in every level of society. ” -Truman, Harry S.
While Assange is not a U.S. Citizen, what if he were? Would the story unfold the same way? Why would the U.S. government ask that people not read the released documents? that is pretty vague to say the least. Does it not give fuel to the fire and encourage government employees and private citizens to read what is forbotten? Who would have thought a web site could be compared to a book burning?
Would the U.S. government seemingly have pressured Amazon in the U.S. to kick WikiLeaks off of its servers? What made Amazon, who has sold and hosted other material of controversy, finally cave? What about Paypal who has also eliminated WikiLinks?
Is anyone out there really under the assumption that the donation of a twenty or even a fifty makes a hooting holler of a difference to WikiLeaks? Those mere dollar donations of less than $100 sure added up for President Obama though, and certainly not subject to many campaign disclosure reports. hummmmmmm. Is Assange getting money from China, Iran,…?
Follow the money.
Should we really be anticipatory of the next release of WikiLeaks documents supposidly about Bank of America? Is there a relationship between Assange, BOA, Rothschild, Rockefeller, and a New World Order? It is afterall only paper, right? Is there a little Illuminati light to be shed this season of Advent?
The threat to a free Internet is what appears to us as the biggest threat. The soldier, who reportedly released the documents in question, has yet to have his day in court. Have the people and government forgot, “Innocent until proven guilty?” Were Assange detained or charged on U.S. Soil or even sought for arrest, would not The Constitution that so many have died to uphold, still apply to him? Do they not apply equally to Guantanamo Bay detainees in a trial? Ask Eric Holder. Ask President Obama.
I can not help but be reminded of Larry Claxton Flynt, Jr. of Hustler Magazine fame. We’ve written before of Flynt’s antics here at https://ahrcanum.wordpress.com/2009/09/15/larry-flynt-hustlers-in-america/. We reiterate our thoughts that while Hustler Magazine maybe a personal choice of literature, having Hustler in your library is legal. The Supreme Court of the United States of America says that Hustler has a right to be there, so who are little old us to say otherwise? Shouldn’t WikiLeaks, The Huffington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times be equally afforded the same right to disseminate information? Should Assange have the same right?
Right or Wrong?
Apparently, The Library of Congress has blocked access to WikiLeaks across its computer systems, including reading rooms, and Columbia University students aspiring for diplomatic careers have been advised not to comment on, or link to, the whistleblower website’s revelations. http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article933915.ece
Reading rooms are blocked from discussing WikiLeaks? How sad a statement on free expression. Does it lend authenticity to fact or fiction?Without due process, the Library of Congress has blocked a website? Yes. No! Is he an information terrorist? Should he be treated as an enemy combatant? Perhaps. Perhaps what he has released is nothing but lies. To think that the Obama administrations’ best guess at prosecuting Assange so far is a copyright infringement, it is a sad statement to the testimony of fortitude of our President. Can we not speak of pure espionage? Did he put lives at risk? Did he put freedom at risk in the attempt to express his? How is it wrong to discuss what is now in the public domain in a public setting?
Is it a fine line between freedom of speech and an outright freedom to speak? To write? To release? What if there really was a fire when yelling fire in the movie theatre? What if there were only a smoking gun?
Just ask, “Who Killed The Kennedy’s?” Who killed MaryJo? Was it really you and me?
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