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: Pentagon Spokesman: We Could Have Shut Down WikiLeaks but we're ordered not to
: Dig December 01, 2010, 06:18:43 PM
Pentagon Spokesman: We Could Have Shut Down WikiLeaks but were ordered not to
http://www.mediaite.com/online/pentagon-spokesman-we-could-have-shut-down-wikileaks-but-we-decided-not-to/
by Jon Bershad | 2:32 pm, December 1st, 2010


Throughout all the fallout of WikiLeaks’ latest release, many have been asking why the government didn’t stop the organization before the cables were released (For instance, Glenn Beck compared it to the ease with which they shut down other illegal sites). Today, Megyn Kelly brought on the Pentagon’s Press Secretary Geoff Morrell to ask him why they didn’t use Cyber Command to stop WikiLeaks. Morrell admitted that they could have, but decided not to because, really, the documents aren’t going to hurt us that much. He then proceeded to brush all the accumulated dirt clear of his shoulder. Here’s a notable response:

At the end of the day, as you heard from the Secretary of Defense yesterday, Megyn, this creates some awkward and embarrassing situations for the United States government, it clearly puts those who cooperate with us, even some of our diplomats, in difficult positions (hopefully not endangered situations). But, at the end of the day, it does not, at least over the long term, adversely impact America’s power or prestige. Secretary Gates just does not buy into that. People don’t do business with America necessarily because they like us or even trust us. They do business with us because they must. We are the last, one, remaining, indispensable power.

Basically, America is Walmart. These losers can say whatever they want about us and our sordid business practices but, come Black Friday, there’s still gonna be lines around the block. One could assume that this is an attitude that might not work during the rest of this new century. Kelly also brought up a recent Washington Post article that posited that the Pentagon is wary of using Cyber Command outside of a warzone for fear of diplomatic backlash. Again, Morrell seemed unimpressed, stating that neither “embarrassment” now “awkwardness” were enough to warrant the command’s use.

: Re: Pentagon Spokesman: We Could Have Shut Down WikiLeaks but we're ordered not to
: EvadingGrid December 01, 2010, 06:22:16 PM
Please Read the documents

Download the complete set

As a regular ZIP (http://ukginger.net/WikiLeaks-CableGate.zip) file
As a regular Unix / Linux files

http://ukginger.net/WikiLeaks-CableGate.tar.gz
OR
http://ukginger.net/WikiLeaks-CableGate.tar.bz


PLEASE MIRROR !

The Original Wikileaks Set is 7-ZIP and you will need a tool to uncompress this less mainstream file format http://cablegate.wikileaks.org/static/cablegate-201011300718.7z see website for details on 7-ZIP http://www.7-zip.org/
: Re: Pentagon Spokesman: We Could Have Shut Down WikiLeaks but we're ordered not to
: MonkeyPuppet December 01, 2010, 06:24:52 PM
Read the documents

Download the complete set

As a regular ZIP (http://ukginger.net/WikiLeaks-CableGate.zip) file
As a regular Unix / Linux files

http://ukginger.net/WikiLeaks-CableGate.tar.gz
OR
http://ukginger.net/WikiLeaks-CableGate.tar.bz


PLEASE MIRROR !



Mirrored @ WikiLeaks CableGate in ZIP format archive (http://www.monkeypuppet.net/truth/wikileaks/WikiLeaks-CableGate.zip) (windows)

and

Mirrored @ WikiLeaks CableGate in TAR format archive (http://www.monkeypuppet.net/truth/wikileaks/WikiLeaks-CableGate.tar.gz) (linux)
: Re: Pentagon Spokesman: We Could Have Shut Down WikiLeaks but we're ordered not to
: citizenx December 01, 2010, 06:32:47 PM
I thought Gates and Hil were thick as thieves.  Maybe the orders come from higer up.

(Hil being left out to dry?)

Anyway, this is telling.
: Re: Pentagon Spokesman: We Could Have Shut Down WikiLeaks but we're ordered not to
: Anti_Illuminati December 01, 2010, 07:10:44 PM
Kelly also brought up a recent Washington Post article that posited that the Pentagon is wary of using Cyber Command outside of a warzone for fear of diplomatic backlash. Again, Morrell seemed unimpressed, stating that neither “embarrassment” now “awkwardness” were enough to warrant the command’s use.
The translation of the above is this:

"We're not ready to reveal to the American people that we already consider the entire U.S. a warzone, we can't handle that level of backlash until we get a lot more of our police state infrastructure in place."

Btw nice to see that they admit one of the uses of "Cyber Command" is for censorship of any sufficiently damaging internal (but in fact, any info at their discretion) information that could jeopardize the globalist Nazi cybernetics agenda.
: Re: Pentagon Spokesman: We Could Have Shut Down WikiLeaks but we're ordered not
: Jackson Holly December 01, 2010, 07:33:27 PM


Morrell admitted that they could have, but decided not to because, really, the documents aren’t going to hurt us that much.

How did they know what the documents held?? Huh?



: Re: Pentagon Spokesman: We Could Have Shut Down WikiLeaks but we're ordered not to
: Gordon_Shumway December 01, 2010, 07:39:48 PM
Ofcourse they can shut it down. But, why do it if this is around: http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/5723136/WikiLeaks_insurance


How did they know what the documents held?? Huh?





Maybe because its umm US officials working as diplomats who wrote the documents and they were stolen from their computer systems. They have water torture, Bradley Maning could have told what he took. And The guardian must have spies in it so they knew before hand what wikileaks is going to release.

PLus they monitor all wikileaks workers all the time. Assange told how his encrypted laptops, theree of them were stolen from one airplane and he uses telephones that encrypts speech. If you spy wikileaks crew 24/7 you will know beforehand something...