A Must, Must Watch: WikiRebels – The Documentary | SVT Play

This is a video well worth watching. It goes up nearly to the point where Julian Assange turned himself in, in Britain for arrest and questioning concerning what has turned out to be not rape at all but rather "sex by surprise" or a condom that broke during sexual intercourse — hardly rape. There are some other questions concerning the events such as that Julian had multiple sex partners and did not inform at least one of the women, perhaps both, involved in leveling the charges against him and that when attempted to be contacted, Julian was not available to the woman or women by phone. He said he often has to change his phone, etc., for security reasons. The charges were dropped, so to speak, but then renewed under what many believe was likely CIA and other pressure from the U.S. government.

Anyway, what this video does above all else for me right at the moment is provide a clear rebuke of those who have made the wildly inaccurate claim that WikiLeaks has provided no evidence of things that were not already known in the alternative press. More importantly about that, the alternative press had to rely upon substantiation from outside the U.S. government. The WikiLeaks process provided corroboration from within the U.S. government for much of what the alternative press had been saying and the U.S. government had been denying.

The most powerful revelation in this video for me was that the Collateral Murder video was not the only such video. The blowing up of the building with the non-combatant man simply walking by, the video of the U.S. murderers shooting to death and in cold blood the man who is surrendering, who was probably not even doing anything to merit the initial attack (driving a bit too fast to suit the U.S. military — who would want to creep along on those streets?) is just more proof as to the value of WikiLeaks.

To those who claim that WikiLeaks is a Zionist operation, I would like to know specifically how exposing military murders and such aids the Zionists cause. The Zionists are being looked at with the same eye that is judging the U.S.

We shall see how the allegations of WikiLeaks being a Zionist operation pan out. If they are true, then it will be leaking that will have shown it. See my immediately preceding post on that.


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