War is over, Wikileaks Won

Wikileaks has accomplished their most important objective: to firmly established it self as a credible and safe destination for leaks and an uncensorable and responsible journalist organization. It is unforeseeable that anything can be done to undermine what they achieve at this point.

To this date, everything have turn out in favor of Wikileaks:

-They have published major news worthy leaks, with only 1200 of 250,000 cable released.
Dedicated cable revelation Page on Foreign Policy.

-They generate lots of attention
Assange tops Time’s Person of the year poll with almost 60% more votes than the second place Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the with the highest rating of 92, ahead of second highest rated (Stewart and Colbert) by 10 points. This is quite remarkable consider that Stewart previously top Time’s other poll “America’s most trusted newscaster”. Also check Google trend.

-No (evident of) harm to innocent have resulted from their leaks (link).

-No whistleblower was exposed by Wikileaks (Manning exposed him self).

-Wikileaks proves that they are uncensorable with more than 1500 mirrors of Wikileaks and increasing.
A visualization of the speed of the increase in the first few day of mirror data release.

-Legal prosecution case against Wikileaks is both extremely difficult and will set an extremely dangerous precedent.

-Support for Wikileaks is piling on
Brazil President Lula
Daniel Ellsberg and a list of formal intelligence agents
Ron Paul Republican Congressperson.
Frank la rue – UN rapporteur for freedom of opinion and expression
Navi Pillay – The High Commissioner for Human Rights UN,
Rally and demonstrations in many developed countries.
Even demonstration in Pakistan.
Growing petition to stop the crackdown on Wikileaks.
The Russians (opportunistic trolls, lol)

-Inspire emulation.

-The establishment (Government, politicians and corporations) seal the deal for Wikileaks by attacking Wikileaks with disregard for law and due process (more here), acting like the untrustworthily power abusing thugs like Wikileaks describe them to be further justify Wikileaks action and place in our society.

All in all, even if Julian Assange is somehow found guilty on the rape charge (highly unlikely), Wikileaks will return to its fully functioning state, stronger, more credible, more legitimate and probably more donations, once the dust settles. There will be more inspired whistleblowers and other sites who try to emulate Wikileaks success. In the first twenty-first century war against tyranny, Wikileaks prevailed, and we won. Special thanks for Glenn Greenwald who was an very early supporter of Wikileaks, the people at WL Central for putting together a excellent information site in very short time frame, and everyone who care enough to actually dig through all the propaganda and find the truth.

On why this victory is so important.


Why won’t the Pentagon help WikiLeaks redact documents?

Glenn Greenwald asks
The reasons seem obvious to me.
Pentagon fears that in working in official capacity with Wikileaks, it may:
(A) legitimize Wikileaks,
(B) undermine their case against the Wikileaks if its was ever bought to the court, and
(C) Through cooperation additional information such as context, reason for redactions would be revealed to Wikileaks, leading to potentially more embarrassment.

Its all sums up to reflect the negative kind of establishment instinct towards outsiders.

New York Times is probably siding with Pentagon against Wikileaks, to preserve their relationship, and fend off the threatening challenger in Wikileaks and their business model.
To the contrary, I actually think that it would be a great competitive advantage for the NTY to establish a regular working relationship with Wikileaks, few news media organization have such access.

Should Bush torture policy be investigated?

Glenn Greenwald debates Chuck Todd on whether Bush torture policy should be investigated and the role of the Press. Great debate a must hear.

My thoughts on this is that Bush torture policy should be investigated, but only prosecuted if it can be won. cause if Obama’s justice demand losses Bush torture policy will be in effect legal. and we dont want that to happen.

or some legal mind please tell me that i am wrong.