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Wikileaks releases embarrassing diplomatic cables, governments unsurprisingly continue to hate them.

The whistleblowing organization Wikileaks has released their latest expose on the unseemly activities of governments around the world. And surprise surprise, governments around the world are ticked off. Now, the US Feds want to classify Wikileaks and founder Julian Assange as terrorists. See, that’s what you get when you embarrass the state… Assange has been smeared multiple times now, and it’s looking like that will not stop anytime soon. Next thing you know, the EU will be accusing him of murdering his sister and mother or something else patently ridiculous in order to deflect attention from their own misdoings.

Read what the UK Daily Mail and the NY Times have to say, check out the many links to other reports they have posted, and decide for yourself. My opinion: anybody who can embarrass and mock the State by releasing information like this is doing humankind a great favor.

Other links courtesy of the Drudge Report:
USA RACES TO LIMIT DAMAGE...
250,000 State Dept. cables cover Iran, NKorea, Putin... MORE
Reveal: Iran 'smuggled arms' to Hezbollah on ambulances...
Reveal: Hillary Clinton ordered diplomats to spy on UN leaders...
Reveal: Iran obtained missiles from NKorea...
What America REALLY thinks of world leaders...
MOST EMBARRASSING, DAMAGING DISCLOSURE IN DECADES...
Reveal: China conducting computer sabotage...
Saudis are chief financiers for al Qaeda...

Reveal: Saudis repeatedly urge US attack on Iran...
SENATORS: PROSECUTE THE LEAKERS!
NYT EXPLAINS: DECISION TO PUBLISH...
Now Australian police investigate Assange...
France: Leaks threaten democracy...
Rep King: Website leaks are terrorism...

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Dr. Norman Horn

Norman founded LibertarianChristians.com and the Libertarian Christian Institute, and currently serves as its President and Editor-in-Chief. He holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from the Austin Graduate School of Theology. He currently is a Postdoctoral researcher in Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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