Here’s a collection of tweets on the latest edition of US shake by Wikileaks Cablegate. In support of Wikileaks “Drip drip drip..” Hear that sound? It’s#Wikileaks equivalent of waterboarding; interrogating the US government with leaks. #Cablegate – @Asher_Wolf If you think #cablegate is bad, you should hear some of the withering things I’ve said secretly about royalty and world leaders. – @jonronson Kill a million people: You’re “heroic.” Leak the killing of a million people: You’re a…"US Wikileakomments – Good, Bad and Ugly"
Couldn’t resist. Downloaded the data file for India. Going through stuff. Adding as seems appropriate with things of interest to Indians. I had written earlier about the one document I found absolutely scandalous, which calls on US diplomats to collect information, some of which types of information would have the lawyers screaming invasion of privacy in the US itself. “on key UN officials, to include undersecretaries, heads of specialised agencies and their chief advisers, top…"What's America trying to really do?"
Going through the initial breaking stories and I must admit that while much of it is boring stuff, and nothing in the world would induce me to wade through the actual documents (however temptingly presented as a map by the guardian), some of it is nice, juicy scandal. For example it is only yawn worthy that Israel pushed for a strike against Iran, but other Arab nations? Wow. Tell me more. I’m actually disappointed that…"The Wikileaks Avalanche"