This recent round of so-called leaked documents from Wikileaks now dubbed "Cablegate" shows further confirmation that it is simply a tool being used in a massive psychological warfare operation against the people of the world. It is laughable that most of the stories coming out pertaining to these so-called classified documents support much of the Zionist propaganda we've seen put out over the past decade...
Information shared by senior Obama administration officials with journalists on the “kill list” and drone wars in Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen is not the subject of a leaks investigation being investigated by two US attorneys, according to Reuters. The investigation, which was launched as result of bipartisan concern about intelligence leaks, will focus on disclosures on a CIA underwear bomb plot sting operation in Yemen and the Stuxnet virus that was used to attack Iran.
Keep an eye on this. If the CDs are delivered and top US talking heads suddenly STOP damning Wikileaks you'll know they fear being outted on those CDs. Also interesting is that the ex-banker leaking these discs claims the leaks are a compilation of his own work plus other swiss and cayman island leakers.
After Unprecedented Attack on Whistleblowers, Obama Admin Accused of Leaking Info for Political Gain - A bipartisan dispute has emerged on Capitol Hill over how to investigate a series of national security leaks, including disclosures about President Obama’s secret "kill list" as well as the U.S.-Israeli use of cyberweapons to target Iran’s nuclear program. Attorney General Eric Holder has appointed two prosecutors to head a probe into the leaks, but Republicans have criticized him for refusing to appoint an independent special counsel.
Just in time for Memorial Day (the day set aside to remember those brutally killed in the racket that is war) the Congress has voted to once again allow the federal government the ability to domestically distribute propaganda.
1) Fly within the United States, opt out of the body scanner and have someone film your pat-down.
2) Go to your nearest U.S. airport and hand out flyers to travelers to spread the word about the event.
3) Film TSA personnel at non-airport locations, like subways, train stations and bus stops, and peacefully re-assert your rights when faced with random bag searches and other unreasonable security procedures.