27 June 2021 — Caitlin Johnson
13 June 2021 — Wikileaks
Complete DUMP of ALL WIKILEAKS files!
Grab it while you can!
I’ve been having problems publishing this and the complete file consisting of links to EVERY directory! There are 10s of 1000s of files in total. I’m not sure if WordPress is intercepting these two pages as I got a ‘Secure files Error’ message but finally managed to publish both pages.
Before this I switched to Safari and it too blocked my attempts at publishing but now both are online.
9 May 2021 — CovertAction Magazine
How to Protect and Empower Wistleblowers in Era of Rampant Government Criminality
CovertAction Magazine invites you to an Interactive Webinar with Leading Whistleblower Attorney Jesselyn Radack, Ex-CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou, and Anti-drone Peace Activist Kathy Kelly.
DATE: May 18, 2021 – TIME: 12:00pm–1:30pm EST
Daniel Ellsberg, co-defendant in the Pentagon Papers case, talks to the media outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles on April 28, 1973. [Source: nbcnews.com]
The 90-year-old Pentagon Papers leaker details top secret plans in 1958 to destroy Taiwan and warns that similar discussions are going on in the Pentagon today.
Dan Ellsberg, the legendary whistleblower who has been arrested more than 75 times for protesting the U.S. warfare state, has not mellowed with age.
17 April 2021 — Mint Press News
Alan Macleod uncovers the deep links between the British security state and the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, responsible for training a large number of British, American, and European agents and defense analysts.
by Alan Macleod
12 October 2019 — WSWS
In the final chapter of his memoir Permanent Record, Edward Snowden issues a warning to his readers. He writes, “[I]t wouldn’t take much for an interested government to find out that you’ve been reading this book. At the very least, it wouldn’t take much to find out that you have it, whether you downloaded it illegally or bought a hard copy online or purchased it at a brick-and-mortar-store with a credit card.”
31 July 2019 — Defend Wikileaks
WikiLeaks’ publication of more than 10 million documents has shed much-needed light on every corner of corporate and governmental secrecy. Within these files are scores of revelations about the ways in which the world’s most influential governments and corporations have put profit and power above environmental protections, undermining climate agreements, protecting their interests, and covering up environmental abuses.
25 July @019 — Defend Wikileaks
Julian Assange and WikiLeaks have been the subject of numerous false, unfounded smears of connection to the Russian government, particularly in relation to WikiLeaks’ 2016 publication of DNC emails. In this brief we recount some of the most pervasive claims and correct the record.
25 July 2019 — Consortium News
Three years ago Monday WikiLeaks published a trove of highly embarrassing emails that had been leaked from inside the Democratic National Committee. As has been the case with every leak revealed by WikiLeaks, the emails were authentic. These particular ones, however, could not have come at a worse time for top Democratic Party officials.
17 July 2019 — Defend Wikileaks
WikiLeaks publishes source documents from governments and corporations around the world, allowing for a full text search of more than 10 million documents. These files expose backroom negotiations of the most powerful governments and companies across the globe, finally giving the public its rightful seat at the table of democratic discourse.