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Old 23-10-2010, 09:18 PM   #1
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Default Whats behind the Wikileakes Documents??

IMO propaganda is the purpose of wikileaks, to change the attention and direction of the war on terror, And aim it towards Iran and their ties to bin laden and al-cia-da, to convince the public that we are in the wrong place and iran was behind the funding of terror attacks on the west..

These articles are all from today's headlines



Secret U.S. files paint picture of abuse and Iran interference in Iraq

Leaked files also detail well-known U.S. concerns about Iranian training and support for Iraqi militias.

The United States knew but failed to investigate cases of prisoner abuse by Iraqi police
and soldiers, according to media reports on Friday about a new dump of some 400,000 secret U.S. files on the Iraq war.
U.S. troops in Iraq, August 11, 2010

U.S. troops in Iraq, August 11, 2010
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The files also detailed well-known U.S. concerns about Iranian training and support for Iraqi militias.

read full.. http://www.haaretz.com/news/internat...-iraq-1.320692



Wikileaks: how Iran devised new suicide vest for al-Qaeda to use in Iraq
Iranian-backed forces supplied insurgents attacking coalition troops and devised new forms of suicide vests for al-Qaeda, according to assessments released by Wikileaks.


read full http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...e-in-Iraq.html




Wikileaks document: Iran arrested three U.S. hikers, accused of being spies, on Iraq side of border


Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/worl...#ixzz13Db3c4o6



Wikileaks: Iraq war logs claim Iran supplied chemical weapons to Iraq
Iran supplied chemical weapons to Iraqi militias for attacks against civilians and US targets, documents released by Wikileaks suggest.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...s-to-Iraq.html



US Shot Down Iranian Drone in Iraq, WikiLeaks Confirms

http://motherjones.com/politics/2010...leaks-confirms



WikiLeaks release reports detailing abuse, civilian deaths, Iranian aid

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/blo...l?hpid=topnews
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Yes the BBC are promoting these wikileaks too much. I smell a rat whenever the BBC does that? They didn't reveal much about Iran this time round, however, when they said the information will come out slowly over weeks, months or perhaps years, I can't help but wonder what kind of 'information' will emerge? Also, why is this Assange figure gaining so much publicity when other so called 'conspiracy theorists' are kept out of the public eye? This could be a classic double bluff the establishment is playing with. Obviously most people expect these wikileaks to be the truth, and therefore will play right into the hands of the establishment when the information comes out which supports a war with iran?
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They are in control of the so called truth release. We all heard the real fugure is about 1.5 million then you have a so called truth docs with a few thousand and on fox news they are trying to blame the iraq government for this after the American put them in charge for the deaths.

IT ALL STINKS and in my opionin it to reduce damage for all the people getting awake. A few thousand in better than over a million. Yes Iran is mentioned giving weapons to some groups to kill other groups but the info is not clear yet.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010...ghan-war-docs/

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WikiLeaks' Latest Document Dump Suggests Iraqi Deaths Higher Than U.S. Count

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Self-proclaimed whistle-blower website WikiLeaks' latest document purge -- the largest leak of secret information in U.S. history -- suggests that far more Iraqis died than previously acknowledged.

It says analysis by the independent organization Iraq Body Count suggests the logs contain 15,000 civilian deaths that have not been previously disclosed publicly. The reports detail 109,032 deaths in Iraq during the six years, including 66,081 identified as civilians.

WikiLeaks called the 391,831 secret Defense Department documents released Friday evening “the largest classified military leak in history.”

The group already published some 77,000 U.S. intelligence reports about the war in Afghanistan in July, but these additional Afghan files were held back because of their sensitive content.

The organization announced Saturday it would soon release 15,000 more secret Afghan war documents. The announcement came just one day after the group published nearly 400,000 Iraq war papers.

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WikiLeaks said in a news release that the reports from its latest release describe the Iraq war "as seen and hear by U.S. military troops" from Jan. 1, 2004 through Dec. 31, 2009.

Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell called their publication "deplorable" and said he's concerned about "harm that could come to our forces."

According to WikiLeaks, the documents include previously undisclosed numbers of Iraqi civilian deaths, over 300 recorded reports of coalition forces committing torture and abuse of detainees, accounts of Iran meddling in the war and information suggesting there were 691 Iraqi civilians killed at U.S. military checkpoints.

A member of the organization, John Sloboda, said at the news conference that the war logs revealed an unprecedented level of detail about the day-to-day conflict, including the names of many victims.

"The new deaths are concentrated in small incidents, killing one or two people at a time, scattered all over Iraq, and occurring almost every day for the whole period," he said. "These are the small but relentless tragedies of this war that these logs reveal in unprecedented detail."

A task force of 120 analysts within the Defense Department reviewed the documents ahead of time, studying everything they thought WikiLeaks may have had access to within the "Iraq Significant Activity" reports.

The Pentagon says these reports are similar to the 70,000 Afghan war documents released by WikiLeaks this summer, but this time on a much larger scale. Similar to the last time, Morrell said, locals who worked with the U.S. military are at risk of being killed after their names are made public. He said thousands of names could be revealed, and the Pentagon has started to reach out to just over 300 Iraqis it feels are at higher risk.

WikiLeaks claims it redacted the names and got no help in doing so from the Pentagon.

Either way, Morrell said, the enemy will try to take advantage of these files.

"Remember that in the aftermath of the Afghan document leak in July, our enemies stated publicly that they were going to mine this information and look for ways that they could take advantage of it and find vulnerabilities and then exploit them," Morrell said in an interview with Fox News late Friday. "Our intelligence backs that up. This leak is potentially four times as large as the last one."

The documents also shed new light on Iran's role aiding militias and allegations of detainee abuse by Iraqi security forces, reportedly without objection from the U.S.

NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen described such a document release as "a very unfortunate situation."

"I can't comment on the details of the exact impact on security, but in general I can tell you that such leaks ... may have a very negative security impact for people involved," he told reporters earlier Friday in Berlin following a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Wikileaks' previous release in July of secret war documents from Iraq and Afghanistan outraged the Pentagon, which accused the group of being irresponsible. Fogh Rasmussen said Friday that leaks of this nature "may put soldiers as well as civilians at risk."

It appears that those fears -- which the military has invoked in its appeal to WikiLeaks and the media not to publish the documents -- have yet to materialize. A Pentagon letter obtained by The Associated Press reported that no U.S. intelligence sources or practices were compromised by the Afghan war logs' disclosure.

Still, the military feels any classified documents release can harm national security and raise fears for people who might consider cooperating with the U.S. in the future, Lapan said.

Ryan Crocker, U.S. ambassador to Iraq from 2007-08, said the disclosures would be more worrisome if the U.S. were still fully engaged in combat in Iraq -- but he still sees it as a major problem.

"I'd really be worried if -- as looks to be the case -- you have Iraqi political figures named in a context or a connection that can make them politically and physically vulnerable to their adversaries," he told a conference Friday at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.

"That has an utterly chilling effect on the willingness of political figures to talk to us -- not just in Iraq but anywhere in the world," he said.

Fox News' Justin Fishel and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Old 23-10-2010, 10:05 PM   #5
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Yes the BBC are promoting these wikileaks too much. I smell a rat whenever the BBC does that? They didn't reveal much about Iran this time round, however, when they said the information will come out slowly over weeks, months or perhaps years, I can't help but wonder what kind of 'information' will emerge? Also, why is this Assange figure gaining so much publicity when other so called 'conspiracy theorists' are kept out of the public eye? This could be a classic double bluff the establishment is playing with. Obviously most people expect these wikileaks to be the truth, and therefore will play right into the hands of the establishment when the information comes out which supports a war with iran?
yes there was a lot of documents on iran in the last batch of files aswell

Wikileaks Afghanistan: Iran accused of supporting Taliban attacks

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...n-attacks.html


Iran giving arms, funds to Taliban: Wikileaks

http://www.thepeninsulaqatar.com/mid...wikileaks.html


9/11 conspiracy a distraction says assange.

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/li...14880073.html#


Wikileaks Afghanistan: corrupt police chief and drug baron spied for Iran


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...-for-Iran.html



and then theres his views/docs on bin laden

Osama bin Laden jokes in the WikiLeaks documents

http://www.aftenbladet.no/utenriks/1...okumenter.html


Wikileaks Afghanistan: Osama bin Laden timeline

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...bin-Laden.html


and some good info in this thread
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=127123


WikiLeaks, WMDs, And Iran

http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.co...umps-past.html
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RTAmerica | 02 August 2010

The United States government continues to condemn the whistle blowing website WikiLeaks for publishing US military reports. WikiLeaks has a new document that they plan to release; it is reported to be over a gigabyte of information, which has to do with "insurance.
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Webster Tarpley: Wikileaks Conspiracy: CIA: Cointelpro: War on Iran/Pakistan/Lebanon 28/7/10

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Alex talks with author, journalist, speaker and radio talk show host Webster Tarpley about the Wikileaks Afghanistan documents and the latest developments on the coming conflict with Iran. Tarpley is the author of Obama: The Postmodern Coup and Barack H. Obama: The Unauthorized Biography, both available at Alex's Infowars store.
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Look, we have truthers everywhere from the notable like David Icke and Alex Jones, etc, to the millions who are faceless bloggers and real journalists, and yet the mainstream media (especially the BBC I might add, remember climategate?) which virtually ignore them day in day out, and suddenly this Asanger (or whatever his name is) becomes a household name even though he doesn't want to touch 911; and then suddenly along come the wikileaks and it's right at the forefront of the msm and the BBC.

It begs the question.... why??? Is it merely gatekeeper territory, or do they think they can use it to gain peoples' trust and spell out a message? I tell you truly, I'm not sure, it's confused me.
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here we go, iran are now being set up for providing weapons to the Taliban.. this is the main reason for the release of the wikileaks docs IMO..

This is to convince the sheep that when a major terror attack happens in the west it can easily be fingered to iran, there for, giving a reason to have a military strike on iran.. its like a bad film you can tell whats coming..
remind anyone of just before They invaded iraq????

Iran transforming Afghan war

A leaked report suggests the death of a Canadian soldier was the result of a Taliban attack with a missile launcher--likely provided by Tehran



The night Canadian Master Corporal Darrell Priede of Brantford died in Afghanistan, the Afghan war took a sudden dangerous new twist.

A stream of secret U.S. military intelligence reports released this week by the WikiLeaks website suggests the May 2007 death was the result of a Taliban attack with a heat-seeking, surface-to-air missile launched from the shoulder.

In all likelihood, the deadly weapon was provided by Iran.

Those two facts alone may be transforming the almost nine-year-old Afghan war.

Iran has long been suspected of covertly supplying arms to the Taliban, but the WikiLeaks data dump suggests it could now be almost as crucial to the Afghan insurgency as Pakistan.

Summaries of classified U.S. military and diplomatic reports among the documents demonstrate a growing concern over Iran's influence in Afghanistan and catalogue fears Iran's Revolutionary Guard is waging a secret campaign to arm, train, fund and equip the Afghanistan insurgency.

Master Cpl. Priede's death may have been a point of convergence for those fears.

Early on the evening on May 30, 2007, the Canadian military photographer accompanied a combined force of British paratroopers and members of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division on a night assault on suspected Taliban positions near the Kajaki dam in Helmand province.

The dam, a strategic part of plans to rebuild Afghanistan, was undergoing repairs to provide electricity for about two-million people in the Kandahar region.

Master Cpl. Priede, who documented combat operations, was returning from the battlefront with a British photographer and the five U.S. crew members of a twin-rotor, heavy-lift Chinook helicopter, when the big chopper was hit in the left rear engine by a missile.

It burst into flames and nose-dived into the ground, killing everyone on board.

Not long afterward, a Taliban spokesmen gloated over the attack, bragging insurgents had used "new weapons" to destroy the Chinook.

NATO officials just as quickly dismissed the Taliban claim, insisting the helicopter was downed by a "lucky hit" by guerrillas firing a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG).

But the WikiLeaks documents show witnesses to the attack were certain the downed helicopter was hit by a "MANPAD" (Man-portable air-defence system).

"Based on description of launch, size of round, and impact force of the projectile, it is assessed to be bigger [than] an RPG and possibly a surface-to-air missile," an after-action report said.

Two Apache attack helicopters sent to hover over the crash site within 30 minutes of the attack also came under fire from hand-launched, heat-seeking missiles, which pilots described as "a probable first-generation MANPAD."

NATO commanders probably decided to downplay the attack to avoid comparisons to the Afghan mujahedeen's stunningly successful use of CIA-supplied Stinger surface-to-air missiles to shoot down dozens of Soviet Hind helicopters during the 1980s.

Historians generally say the introduction of Stingers drove Soviet aircraft from Afghanistan's skies during the mujahedeen's war against the Soviet Union's occupation.

The coalition's silence on an emerging missile threat may also have been intended to avoid suggestions NATO forces were being attacked with left-over U.S. Stinger missiles from the Soviet era and to protect a rash of new intelligence reports that said Iran was significantly stepping up aid to the Taliban and selected Afghan warlords.

According to the WikiLeaks documents, as early as September 2005, Taliban commanders in Zabul and Kandahar provinces were said to have acquired "No. 2 Stinger" missiles, which they bought for $1,000 each.

Another report in April 2007 said Iran purchased seven heat-seeking missiles from Algeria and clandestinely transported them to Afghanistan from the Iranian city of Mashhad.

Yet another report, as recent as January 2009, says Hussein Razza, an Iranian agent, arrived in Marjah, Helmand, with four Stingers.

Rahul Bedi, a longtime correspondent in South Asia with Jane's Defence Weekly, believes the Iranians are copying a successful U.S. Cold War strategy.

"I think the Iranians have probably learned from the experience of the CIA and the mujahedeen, and are trying to duplicate, more or less, a similar operation," he said.

Under severe international pressure to end its uranium enrichment program and nervous about being besieged by a growing U.S. military presence in Iraq, Afghanistan and Central Asia, Iran appears bent on increasing its leverage by supporting insurgents to tie down U.S. troops in a long, unpopular and costly war.

"I think Iran is playing all sides in the Afghan conflict," said Ahmed Rashid, an expert on Islamic militancy and author of a book on the Taliban.

"Tehran and the Taliban have a common enemy. I have no doubt that Iran has been involved in channelling money and arms to various elements in Afghanistan for the last few years."

For years U.S. officials have alleged — and Tehran has, just as fiercely, denied — Iran is waging a proxy war in Afghanistan, similar to the strategy it adopted in Iraq.

Claims of Iranian interference have usually been based on seized Taliban caches of Iranian plastic explosives, mortars, grenades and technical manuals. But the WikiLeaks documents describe intelligence reports that show elements of Iran's Revolutionary Guard have undertaken a far-reaching campaign to support Taliban-and al-Qaeda-related insurgents.

"Since 2005, there has been a rise in Iranian links with the Taliban, mostly in the form of support for individual Taliban commanders, usually a handful in each southern province and stronger support in the west," said Antonio Giustozzi in a recent report for the New York-based Century Foundation.

"Initially, the Iranians limited themselves to providing medical supplies and limited quantities of weaponry and ammunition. But since 2008, there appears to have been a significant increase in supplies and, most noteworthy, the provision of training to groups of Taliban inside Iran."

Iran and the Taliban dislike each other. They have a history of animosity that almost erupted into war in the 1990s, when the Taliban's Sunni fundamentalists murdered thousands Afghan Hazara Shiites and killed 11 Iranian diplomats.

That hostile relationship has gradually become a more collaborative one as Iran's relations with the United States and the West deteriorated.

"As tensions between Washington and Tehran increase, Shiite antipathy for Sunni jihadists such as al-Qaeda and its Taliban allies may be outweighed by a desire to find ways to spoil U.S. interests in the region," Bruce Riedel of the Brookings Institution writes in the latest edition of the West Point Military Academy's combating terrorism newsletter, The Sentinel.

"The United States and Iran are on a collision course over Tehran's determination to develop a nuclear weapons' capability. As this confrontation worsens, Iran will be looking for ways to damage U.S. interests in the region, especially through means that bog the United States down further in Iraq and Afghanistan."
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Iran's deadly hand in Afghanistan

BY James Kirchick

Thursday, August 5th 2010, 4:00 AM

There can be little doubt that the release by WikiLeaks of more than 90,000 classified government documents about the war in Afghanistan will endanger the lives of Afghan civilians who cooperated with coalition forces against the Taliban. Never mind the response of Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mike Mullen, who said that Julian Assange, the immensely creepy and cold-blooded founder of WikiLeaks, might already have blood on his hands. Take it from the Taliban itself, which says that it will punish those named in the document.

Assange condemns Western governments for manipulating information, but he is far from a disinterested purveyor of facts. In April, I saw him deliver a speech in Oslo in which he explicitly compared the Guantanamo Bay prison camp to Auschwitz. His interest is not in making the world more transparent, but in humiliating the United States. He is a hard-core leftist and a paranoid.

Ironically, however, he has boosted the case for broadening the war on Islamist terror. For in addition to the trove of valuable information he's handed to the Taliban, Assange has also released documents detailing the extensive links between Iran and Al Qaeda. Those who want to take an even harder line against that country's revolutionary Islamist leaders now have more evidence to make their case.

Conventional wisdom has it that Shiites and Sunnis are opposed to working with one another, whether in forming a democratic government in Iraq or cooperating in more disreputable activities like terrorism. This argument has been invoked to deny that Shiite Iran would work with Sunni extremist groups like Al Qaeda.

The WikiLeaks revelations prove otherwise. One document details a 2005 mission undertaken by Sunni Pakistani militant leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and Osama Bin Laden's financial adviser - known only as "Dr. Amin" - to obtain rockets to shoot down coalition planes in Afghanistan. That same year, Iran offered thousands of dollars to (Sunni) Taliban for the purpose of murdering Afghan officials. Apparently, whatever theological differences the Iranian mullahs have with Al Qaeda are secondary to their mutual loathing of the U.S.

To wit, a 2006 report from the WikiLeaks files details an Al Qaeda plan to construct car bombs using vehicles and armaments from Iran. A 2007 report found that Al Qaeda, "helped by Iran," bought more than 70 missiles and hid them in the Islamic Republic. As late as 2009, U.S. government officials were filing reports of Taliban fighters using rocket-propelled grenade launchers with the phrase "Made in Iran" embossed in Persian.

The Iranian-Sunni terror link is being treated as something new, but it has existed for years. The 9/11 commission report detailed how Iran provided shelter to Al Qaeda members in the immediate aftermath of the Taliban's rout. And Iran has long supported Hamas, a Sunni group, in its war against Israel.

Iran's support for these elements serves a strategic purpose, as it boosts the Shiite regime's stature in its Sunni Arab neighborhood, encouraging Sunnis to look away from internecine Muslim warfare toward their allegedly common enemy: the infidel West.

Assange believes that by leaking information about the frustrated war effort in Afghanistan, he will sap American will. In truth, by revealing the extent of Iranian aid to Sunni radicals, he only confirmed what astute observers have long known.

That is, we've been at war with Iran for years. It is a war declared by Iran, which has been killing our soldiers and allies in various theaters. But it is a war a reluctant America has refused to recognize it is fighting. Perhaps the WikiLeaks deluge will change that complacency.

So here's to Julian Assange for illuminating the age-old observation that the enemy of one's enemy - no matter how ideologically antagonistic - can indeed be one's friend.

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Look, we have truthers everywhere from the notable like David Icke and Alex Jones, etc, to the millions who are faceless bloggers and real journalists, and yet the mainstream media (especially the BBC I might add, remember climategate?) which virtually ignore them day in day out; suddenly along come the wikileaks and it's right at the forefront of the msm and the BBC.

It begs the question.... why??? Is it merely gatekeeper territory, or do they think they can use it to gain peoples' trust and spell out a message? I tell you truly, I'm not sure, it's confused me.
yea i know what your saying, if they didnt want these doc's released they wouldn't the MSM wouldn't give them any attention likr they dont with 9/11 for the last 10 years, instead, the MSM are pushing it and making the documents big news..
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yea i know what your saying, if they didnt want these doc's released they wouldn't the MSM wouldn't give them any attention likr they dont with 9/11 for the last 10 years, instead, the MSM are pushing it and making the documents big news..
And the big question, why doesn't he want to talk about 911?

Indeed, the BBC are up to something here, they've found a wolf wrapped in sheep's clothing. This will become the new tactic from here on end, you'll see, it's all going to be about trying to obfuscate the truth with apparent truths which will only lead into more lies. The establishment have found a new ally in this guy it seems to me, the truth movement needs to contact this guy and find out his motives? He also seems to like storming out of debates and interviews, no real truther would do that?

So my verdict is this, unless the BBC have woken up overnight and now want the truth for humanity, then something is deeply suspicious about all this, and I believe we're going to get a continuous drip feed of disinfo from this over the coming days and weeks. Alex Jones is condemned as a shill by many people, but here we have a real shill brought to prominence by the MSM, frankly that's enough evidence for me!
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CNN: Wikileaks and Iran, 2010.10.23

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Look, we have truthers everywhere from the notable like David Icke and Alex Jones, etc, to the millions who are faceless bloggers and real journalists, and yet the mainstream media (especially the BBC I might add, remember climategate?) which virtually ignore them day in day out, and suddenly this Asanger (or whatever his name is) becomes a household name even though he doesn't want to touch 911; and then suddenly along come the wikileaks and it's right at the forefront of the msm and the BBC.

It begs the question.... why??? Is it merely gatekeeper territory, or do they think they can use it to gain peoples' trust and spell out a message? I tell you truly, I'm not sure, it's confused me.
The main reason i think is the reason i said in the OP, they release war documents, so we know its about war, so they set this "truther" up to release fabricated documents that move towards the military industrial complex agenda of war with iran, and will continue releasing documents for their agenda with the war with anyone they choose. such as N-Korea, and china, as long as the people believe in him, and the MSM keep pushing him, they will have their own military propaganda machine.. thats all this is IMO..
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Afghan rebels got missiles from North: Wikileaks

North Korea sold surface-to-air missiles to high-ranking insurgents in Afghanistan in 2005, according to a secret U.S. intelligence report. Wikileaks, a Web site dealing with leaked information, obtained the report and disclosed it through the Washington Post on Sunday.

The North was widely suspected of being involved in illegally selling weapons to Afghan insurgents, but this is the first time it has been documented. Critics said that if the information is confirmed, new sanctions being placed by the U.S. on the North could be expanded.

“On 19 November 2005, Hezb-Islami party leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and Dr. Amin, Osama Bin Ladin’s financial advisor, both flew to North Korea departing from Iran,” said the report, according to the Washington Post. “While in North Korea, the two confirmed a deal with the North Korean government for remote controlled rockets for use against American and coalition aircraft.”

The report said the two stayed in the North for two weeks and returned to Helmand, Afghanistan, around Dec. 3. The report said the weapons could have been shipped in early 2006.

The report suspected that one of the weapons, which might be like a Stinger missile, was used in downing a U.S. helicopter 18 months later. Another U.S. intelligence report, disclosed previously by Wikileaks, described a CH-47 Chinook helicopter being brought down by a missile near the Helmand River. The U.S. has suspected the missile was part of the North’s supply to Afghan insurgents in late 2005.

The Washington Post cited experts as saying the case, if true, illustrates the extent to which North Korea will go to harm the United States. Experts also said weapon sales are an important source of cash for the sanctions-strapped Northern economy.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced last Wednesday in Seoul a new round of sanctions on North Korea.
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The main reason i think is the reason i said in the OP, they release war documents, so we know its about war, so they set this "truther" up to release fabricated documents that move towards the military industrial complex agenda of war with iran, and will continue releasing documents for their agenda with the war with anyone they choose. such as N-Korea, and china, as long as the people believe in him, and the MSM keep pushing him, they will have their own military propaganda machine.. thats all this is IMO..
Of course it is! They'll probably throw us a few shocking statistics as well to grab our attention about the conduct of the war, but we all (or we should) know the real motive behind all this?

Unfortunately they're so damn clever, they even portrayed Hillary Clinton shocked and condemning the wikileaks in total synchronicity in the interests of national security?
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Of course it is! They'll probably throw us a few shocking statistics as well to grab our attention about the conduct of the war, but we all (or we should) know the real motive behind all this?

Unfortunately they're so damn clever, they even portrayed Hillary Clinton shocked and condemning the wikileaks in total synchronicity in the interests of national security?
yea its like a double bluff!
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Default Julian Assange. US war crimes in Iraq

Why is this man not interested in 9/11? Obviously an inside job. CIA/MOSSAD. The evidence is there, look for it. The 7/7 bombings in London. America is causing all the wars against Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq. They are now after Iran. Look up HAARP, Blackwater, Drones. They have the weapons of mass destruction. The evidence is obvious. Look at who owns most of the TV channels and controls the media. America go in and cover up the Ancient societies, steal all the treasure and take the oil, while killing all the innoncent people. Anyone left alive suffer diseases and disfigurments. This a wake up call. Anyone who gets too close gets cancer or is killed another way. Ref Bob Marley, John Lennon, Michael Jackson and Bill Hicks. Wake up everyone, they will use these leaks as an excuse to shut the internet down. We are Infinate. Warmest love, Sequinda.
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Wikileaks = controlled opposition, no doubt about it!
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The documents indicate that Iran was a major combatant in the Iraq war, as its elite Quds Force trained Iraqi Shiite insurgents and imported deadly weapons like the shape-charged Explosively Formed Projectile bombs into Iraq for use against civilians, Sunni militants and U.S. troops.


If you don't believe WikiLeaks is a tool of the government and/or Israel now, you are a TOTAL idiot.

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Old 24-10-2010, 01:59 PM   #19
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I totally agree with all that is being said...

Don't forget that the Telleband guys were a creation of the good old CIA...(got that from a recent interveiw on Prision Planet. tv...) and we had to cut them loose when ... they refused to prostitute their people by farming opium poppies for the good ole US....
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The media are simply cherry picking and putting their own spin on what to talk about.
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