Geeks Everywhere, The Freedom Of The World Depends On You

Julian Assange’s arrest on trumped up charges in Sweden was legal theatre, and it wasn’t exactly very convincing theatre.  The OWG network is doing all in its power to stop Assange and put pressure on Wikileaks to stop making revelations.  Why?
He can expect some pretty rough treatment from whoever is holding him.   Power will not easily accept that it can be so easily challenged.  Assange is unlikely to emerge unscathed psychologically, or maybe at all.
The recent revelations from embassies have been embarrassing but not devastating.  The real damage done by Wikileaks was to the climate change industry, when the emails from the Univ of East Anglia which they revealed, exposed the lies being intentionally sown about climate data.

Earlier Wikileaks had exposed the frauds committed by the individuals behind the thefts from deposit holders in Iceland’s failing banks –

Wikileaks has made available an internal document from Kaupthing Bank from just prior to the collapse of Iceland’s banking sector, which led to the 2008–2009 Icelandic financial crisis. The document shows that suspiciously large sums of money were loaned to various owners of the bank, and large debts written off. Kaupthing’s lawyers have threatened Wikileaks with legal action, citing banking privacy laws. The leak has caused an uproar in Iceland and may result in criminal charges against the individuals involved.

These exposures have changed events.  Iceland has wised up to the treachery of the central banking system and people there and elsewhere are learning not to trust banks and bankers.  The climate change summit in Copenhagen was a fiasco largely due to Wikileaks’ revelations, and the reversal of public interest in the global warming deception is making it harder to fleece populations with climate taxes.


The next major revelations from Wikileaks will be financial –


from Political Pundits UK –

Julian Assange of WikiLeaks has announced that WikiLeaks’ next release, due to be in early 2011, will be a ‘megaleak’ on a major US bank. Information on exactly what will be revealed is sparse but Julian Assange has compared the documents with the Enron scandal. Assange has stated in an interview with Forbes magazine:
It will give a true and representative insight into how banks behave at the executive level in a way that will stimulate investigations and reforms, I presume. You could call it the ecosystem of corruption..
But it’s also all the regular decision making that turns a blind eye to and supports unethical practices: the oversight that’s not done, the priorities of executives, how they think they’re fulfilling their own self-interest.’
Julian Assange has also confirmed that the size and scale of the documents will be tens of, or hundreds of thousands of documents.


This was before Assange’s arrest.  He is only a figurehead at Wikileaks.  If the only way the world can fight back against the secret networks of the New World Order is through such releases, then it is vital that the revelations continue.  Geeks everywhere, the freedom of the world needs you.  Hack them and expose their lies everywhere.

The group called Anonymous is doing exactly that –

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/1f596aa4-048d-11e0-a99c-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz17q9Ywenj

Internet subcultures rarely make front page news. But when the mysterious forces of Anonymous took it upon themselves to attack opponents of WikiLeaks, the whistle-blowing website, their success took everyone – not least victims such as VisaMasterCard and PayPal – by surprise.
This year has seen military and security experts often warn about the prospects of “cyberwarfare”. Few expected the most prominent assaults against large companies to come from a scattered group of anarchists and idealists with no identifiable leader, membership or nationality.
The loose internet grouping that calls itself Anonymous has been notorious in web circles for years, particularly for its apparently random attacks on the music industry, Kiss singer Gene Simmons, YouTube and the Scientologists. Its wilfully illiterate grammar and black humour has permeated the internet far beyond the 4chan messageboard, which originally spawned it.
Even as the more serious matters of attacks on big companies were plotted this week, Anonymous followers in 4chan’s open chat rooms chimed in with insults and jokes. But with what it has dubbed “Operation Payback” the group has mounted its most ideological crusade yet.

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