WikiLies: WikiLeaks BUSTED!

CIA/MOSSAD Smooth Operator?

Question is: “Was it ‘suicided’?.

Well not intentionally. All these years it built ‘credibility’ so it can pass the BIG LIES hoping they would pass through and be accepted. Well, the first big one it tried has fallen FLAT ON IT’S FACE. And there is no longer any question that this whole saga is a false flag spearheaded by Mr. Assange.

Wiki-Leaks is Israel

Now “Wiki-Leaks” is busy selling phony bin Laden stories, having the long dead Osama humiliating the CIA by running around villages in Afghanistan selling vacuum cleaners. What is our “leak” site really about? This is a dead news cycle. The World Cup is over, lots of people on holiday and no major stories. Only in a dead news period like this, as Oliver Stone pointed out, could the Israeli controlled media dump a pile of lame rumors mixed in with box loads of chickenfeed, passing it off as the story of the century.

Wiki “Leaks” – The final word?

“WikiLeaks is lame. Even the cover story, the mysterious Assange fleeing the murderous CIA, working to save the world is lame. Please, everyone, go to the site and read everything there. I have seen more confidential information on a weather report… When you read Mr. Assange’s output, you are looking at one of the Mossad games, nothing more… The game today is using Wikileaks, given its 15 minutes of fame for trashing the US in Iraq with the helicopter video, to spread imaginary stories about Pakistan, the only nuclear power in the Middle East capable of standing up to Israel, and the enemy of India”

Wikileaks + MSM Hype = ?

Ladies & gentlemen, welcome to the 40th episode of New World Next Week – the video series from & This week we look exclusively at the massive media hype surrounding Wikileaks, wider wars & the future of the web.

Sources & Documentation:

The Political Spinning of the WikiLeaks Release: Anti-war Whistleblowing or War Propaganda?

Since the release of classified US military papers by WikiLeaks, the material has been aggressively spun by various political factions. Meanwhile, virtually no attention has been devoted to investigating the source of this “leak”, or questioning the agenda behind it.

Assange’s MSM pals: How the papers got the leaks

Davies contacted people close to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and found out he was scheduled to speak before European parliament on June 21. Davies met with Assange and said he would offer a team of researchers to identify stories in the documents.
On June 22, during a six-hour coffee-soaked meeting in a Brussels café, Davies says Assange suggested another idea — that The Guardian and The New York Times be given an advance look at some information the site had on the Afghanistan war, with each paper publishing its own take on the documents. Within the next 24 rs, Davies says Assange told him Der Spiegel should be included as well.

[Funny that such a ‘top secret’/’cloak-and-dagger’ operation where CIA is supposedly hunting down Assange. Mr Assange is holding speaking engagements and sharing the big find with MSM. So much for the ‘leak’, But it gets better:]

New York Times reporters met with White House before publishing WikiLeaks story

The White House was very upset with WikiLeaks for its decision to publish thousands of pages of classified reports and documents describing our mission in Afghanistan. But according to Yahoo’s Michael Calderone, it was very pleased with how the New York Times dealt with its semi-exclusive access to the documents.

Wikileaks’ estranged co-founder becomes a critic

Cryptome’s history of publicizing leaks–while not yielding to pressure to remove them–is what led Young to be invited to join Wikileaks before its launch over three years ago. He also agreed to be the public face of the organization by listing his name on the domain name registration.

Operating a Web site to post leaked documents isn’t very expensive (Young estimates he spends a little over $100 a month for Cryptome’s server space). So when other Wikileaks founders started to talk about the need to raise $5 million and complained that an initial round of publicity had affected “our delicate negotiations with the Open Society Institute and other funding bodies,” Young says, he resigned from the effort.


In January 2007, John Young, who runs, left Wikileaks, claiming the operation was a CIA front.

Asian intelligence sources reportedly state that: “Wikileaks is running a disinformation campaign, crying persecution by U.S. intelligence- when it is U.S. intelligence itself.” (Soros & co back wikileaks / kosher mob & oval office)

Wikileaks founder dismissess 9-11 “conspiracy” theories.

What about 9/11? “I’m constantly annoyed that people are distracted by false conspiracies such as 9/11, when all around we provide evidence of real conspiracies, for war or mass financial fraud.”

WikiLeaks – What Leaks?

Uh-O. Lookee here….Wikileaks ‘reveal’ that Bin Laden was being tracked through Pakistan:

“In August 2006, a US intelligence report placed Bin Laden at a meeting in Quetta, over the border in Pakistan. It said he and others – including the Taliban leader, Mullah Omar – were organising suicide attacks in Afghanistan.”

So there it is. That evil fiend, Bin Laden, is not dead (as most people who follow the information believe). He is alive and well and organising Al Qaeda, or is it the Taliban, to carry out suicide bombings against our boys in Afghanistan.

Well, now we know.

Don’t we?

Leaky Vessels: Wikileaks “Revelations” Will Comfort Warmongers, Confirm Conventional Wisdom

Ah, here we get down to it. Here’s metal more attractive for our militarists. The treachery of Iran is a constant theme in the leakage — both in the raw, unsifted, uncorroborated “humint” and in the diplomatic cables of puzzled occupiers who cannot fathom why there should be any opposition to their enlightened rule. It must the fault of those perfidious Persians!

Some interesting observations over at

I have to say, this whole thing strikes me as very convenient. That it is all over the MSM raises all kinds of red flags in my book.


Wikileaks Docs Target Pakistan

Not long after Wikileaks dumped tens of thousands of classified Afghanistan “war” documents into the public arena for consumption, the corporate media zoomed in on Pakistan. “WikiLeaks documents released Sunday shine a spotlight on Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, a spy agency that has been accused for years of having links to terrorist groups,” writes the Wall Street Journal.

Pakistan Warned; Noose Being Tightened

All the media slender that has unleashed after your opening salvo from the Pakistan soil is no less than a diplomatic terrorism; through your statements, you have tried to intimidate the people of Pakistan. You are proving a bigger terrorists, Osama is not even a shadow of yours if he was a terrorist. After your opening round the rest of the guns fired like at the Normandy landings, all well planned and rehearsed. There is no slip of even a coma or a full stop in their texts.

What is mind boggling that you as first lady of America could not spot Monica Lewinsky playing games with Bill Clinton right under your nose in the Whitehouse basement but you had a very sharp vision to locate Osama in the mountains of Pakistan where even mules can’t reach. Lady you must remember that it has been your state office and other agencies that have been releasing statements about Osama’s death. Now how all of a sudden you have brought to life the carcass that has been moth and worm eaten if any pieces were left after Daisy Cutters that must have blown him into dust or at best he could have been buried somewhere deep in the hills of Tora Bora. Bravo Lady Clinton bravo.

Couple of ‘sensational’ stories that have come out since:

Newsweek: How Pakistan Helps the Taliban
[Funny thing is this one is suggesting ‘Pakistan is SO bad, even Taliban hate them]

The Globe and Mail: The huge scale of Pakistan’s complicity
“Thanks to WikiLeaks, the involvement of Inter-Services Intelligence in the Afghan conflict is now obvious, argues Chris Alexander, Canada’s former ambassador to Afghanistan”

And this one below deserves special attention (again courtesy of Newsweek:
Taliban Says It Will Target Names Exposed by WikiLeaks
Ah, so the U.S. Death Squads are going to be busy and the blame falling on ‘Taliban’


12 Responses to “WikiLies: WikiLeaks BUSTED!”

  1. 1 leo July 31, 2010 at 10:52 pm

    I had laughed out when this happend first and over numerous forums they were calling it a heroic act.I had said it that time that its a Military Intelligence PSY-OPS cause the so called insider involved is a military personnel himself! In the ancient times the Invading armies used to brag about how they killed the enemy and in what numbers.They would also used to hang the skeleton on trees to create horror in enemies hearts! In modern times the same thing has been done but through the way of either so called “Leaks” or through horror pictures of Abu Gharaib Guantanamo or media reports. Our own House Negros,kala angraiz and Raand Kiyani had adopted this technique since its inception from his masters.

    So this is a deliberate leak as a part of their Psy-ops !!!!

  2. 2 Project August 1, 2010 at 4:22 am

    Yawn… Wikileaks has always been a Mighty Wurlitzer ops. It is easy to spot – look at the core-lies and axioms of empire it retains (by both lying through omission and lying through deceit) while purporting to rat on its crimes. It’s the same recipe as used by all the other fabricated and controlled dissent assets of empire.

    The core lie here, as you have rightly pointed out, is to reaffirm that there is a “Osama Bin Laden”, that “war on terror” is real, and to re-substantiate George Bush’s clairvoyance that: “If another September 11 style attack is being planned, it probably is being plotted in Pakistan, and not Afghanistan”! That, when when such a “planned” attack transpires, it “will make Sept. 11 pale by comparison”.

    See: ‘Bin Laden’: Key enabler of “imperial mobilization” and nuclear attack on Iran-Pakistan

    In my view, that is the entire purpose of this round of leaks of this “pentagon papers”!

    Thanks for having the keen eye and concluding the same!

    In fact, this “leaks” is a great litmus test to separate all the manufacturers of deceit from genuine truth-tellers.

    Zahir Ebrahim

  3. 3 Leo August 3, 2010 at 12:23 am

    In addition to that the real leak would have been to report the actual number NATO/ISAF and western casualties in Afghanistan!!!

    And for sure you would never get those number leaked…lol

    that’s my litmus test!!!

  4. 4 nota August 6, 2010 at 1:25 pm

    What a STUPID stunt:
    WikiLeaks posts huge encrypted file to Web
    …At 1.4 gigabytes, the file is 20 times larger than the batch of 77,000 secret US military documents about Afghanistan that WikiLeaks dumped onto the Web last month, and cryptographers say that the file is virtually impossible to crack – unless WikiLeaks releases the key used to encode the material….

  5. 6 Project August 6, 2010 at 9:07 pm

    The following passages from Prouty’s 1973 book ‘The Secret Team’ are quoted in:

    ‘There is another category of writer and self-proclaimed authority on the subjects of secrecy, intelligence, and containment. This man is the suave, professional parasite who gains a reputation as a real reporter by disseminating the scraps and “Golden Apples” thrown to him by the great men who use him. This writer seldom knows and rarely cares that many of the scraps from which he draws his material have been planted, that they are controlled leaks, and that he is being used, and glorified as he is being used, by the inside secret intelligence community.

    Allen Dulles had a penchant for cultivating a number of such writers with big names and inviting them to his table for a medieval style luncheon in that great room across the hall from his own offices in the old CIA headquarters on the hill overlooking Foggy Bottom. Here, he would discuss openly and all too freely the same subjects that only hours before had been carefully discussed in the secret inner chambers of the operational side of that quiet Agency. In the hands of Allen Dulles, “secrecy” was simply a chameleon device to be used as he saw fit and to be applied to lesser men according to his schemes. It is quite fantastic to find people like Daniel Ellsberg being charged with leaking official secrets simply because the label on the piece of paper said “top secret,” when the substance of many of the words written on those same papers was patently untrue and no more than a cover story. Except for the fact that they were official lies, these papers had no basis in fact, and therefore no basis to be graded top secret or any other degree of classification. Allen Dulles would tell similar cover stories to his coterie of writers, and not long thereafter they would appear in print in some of the most prestigious papers and magazines in the country, totally unclassified, and of course, cleverly untrue.

    In every case, the chance for complete information is very small, and the hope that in time researchers, students, and historians will be able to ferret out truth from untruth, real from unreal, and story from cover story is at best a very slim one. Certainly, history teaches us that one truth will add to and enhance another; but let us not forget that one lie added to another lie will demolish everything. This is the important point. Consider the past half century. How many major events — really major events — have there been that simply do not ring true? How many times has the entire world been shaken by alarms of major significance, only to find that the events either did not happen at all, or if they did, that they had happened in a manner quite unlike the original story?’

    While the war drums on Iran are beating once again:

    the world is being distracted by “leaked” documents which provide for the casus belli for the same? Can anything be more absurd?

  6. 7 Observer August 7, 2010 at 12:55 pm

    Obviously you have calculated the scenario correctly. It makes sense….Wikileaks…sorry Weak-i-leaks busted.

  7. 9 Observer October 9, 2010 at 1:50 pm

    Have you run out of stuff? Long time no update 🙂

    • 10 nota October 11, 2010 at 9:14 am

      Hi! Run out of material? NEVER!!! In fact too much material and not enough time to do a decent job putting it up. Give me a week and I’ll start again, Inshallah!

      Regards, nota

  8. 11 Observer October 9, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    ^^ @nota

  9. 12 Observer October 15, 2010 at 10:03 pm

    Looking forward to read your articles 🙂

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