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David Frost Interviews Julian Assange

"Courage is contagious."

See all of Al Jazeera's coverage of WikiLeaks at: http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/spotlight/usembassyfiles/

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bittertruth

Although I find this whole WikiLeaks predicament interesting it lacks real relevancy, in that thus far the leaks lack a real connection to the average world citizen. Wouldn't it be far more useful to release information that sheds light on such entities as the World Bank, The International Monetary Fund, The World Health Organisation, Center for Disease Control and Prevention and of course the Federal Reserve? Wouldn't it be more caustic to explain to the citizens around the world how wars and other like conflicts generate vast amounts of money for corporations, while at the same time, in some situations, keep whole regions and particular countries and territories de-stabilized in order to maintain power/control or an imbalance of power/control. We need a vital shakeup of how governments and corporations operate. We the citizens of the world need to take back our collective power and exercise and wield that power to create a better world and to dismantle the existing power structure. There are relationships that need to be revealed and talked about. For instance, the relationship of the the Israeli Mossad and the plethora of American and world security agencies, i.e. The FBI, CIA, Scotland Yard, and NSA, etc. Let's have critical and specific information on 9/11 and the Bush administration. Let's have powerful information that can substantially empower citizens to force and reach successfully for change.

bittertruth

Although I find this whole WikiLeaks predicament interesting it lacks real relevancy, in that thus far the leaks lack a real connection to the average world citizen. Wouldn't it be far more useful to release information that sheds light on such entities as the World Bank, The International Monetary Fund, The World Health Organisation, Center for Disease Control and Prevention and of course the Federal Reserve? Wouldn't it be more caustic to explain to the citizens around the world how wars and other like conflicts generate vast amounts of money for corporations, while at the same time, in some situations, keep whole regions and particular countries and territories de-stabilized in order to maintain power/control or an imbalance of power/control. We need a vital shakeup of how governments and corporations operate. We the citizens of the world need to take back our collective power and exercise and wield that power to create a better world and to dismantle the existing power structure. There are relationships that need to be revealed and talked about. For instance, the relationship of the the Israeli Mossad and the plethora of American and world security agencies, i.e. The FBI, CIA, Scotland Yard, and NSA, etc. Let's have critical and specific information on 9/11 and the Bush administration. Let's have powerful information that can substantially empower citizens to force and reach successfully for change.

Anonymous

Wikileaks has been exposing the corrupt clowns running the USA (into the ground). I am highly suspicious of anyone who is against wikileaks (news agencies, government, politicians, etc.) or anyone who is promoting internet censorship because of wikileaks.

Anonymous

Wikileaks has been exposing the corrupt clowns running the USA (into the ground). I am highly suspicious of anyone who is against wikileaks (news agencies, government, politicians, etc.) or anyone who is promoting internet censorship because of wikileaks.

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