WikiLeaks Assclown Dumps More Classified Information

Hey DOJ, do you ever plan on going after this mutherfucker and his cohorts?

Self-proclaimed whistle-blower website WikiLeaks’ latest document purge — the largest leak of secret information in U.S. history — suggests that far more Iraqis died than previously acknowledged.

It says analysis by the independent organization Iraq Body Count suggests the logs contain 15,000 civilian deaths that have not been previously disclosed publicly. The reports detail 109,032 deaths in Iraq during the six years, including 66,081 identified as civilians.

There’s a war going on. And their point is?

WikiLeaks called the 391,831 secret Defense Department documents released Friday evening “the largest classified military leak in history.”

……Kristinn Hrafnsson of WikiLeaks told reporters Saturday in London that the documents had now been fully vetted for release and will be published shortly. He said the Afghan documents have been edited to conceal people’s names and “contain no information that could be harmful to individuals.”

“Vetted” by whom? Julian Assange? The same asswipe who, as he says, “enjoys crushing bastards”, and makes no bones about his venomous animosity toward the miltary?

……Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell called their publication “deplorable” and said he’s concerned about “harm that could come to our forces.”

Ya think?

According to WikiLeaks, the documents include previously undisclosed numbers of Iraqi civilian deaths, over 300 recorded reports of coalition forces committing torture and abuse of detainees, accounts of Iran meddling in the war and information suggesting there were 691 Iraqi civilians killed at U.S. military checkpoints.

I couldn’t give a shit less about “torture” of enemy combatants to obtain information or the fact that “civilians” killed at checkpoints were likely trying to crash through or had weapons and explosive devices designed to kill American Soldiers.
More here:
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/10/23/wikileaks-release-afghan-war-docs/

By the way, thanks to Assange’s previous leak, the Taliban is now exacting revenge on those people listed in the documents, who cooperated with the U.S. military.

He’s an Austalian citizen. Why isn’t the Australian government pressing charges against this traitor? That country’s military is part of the coalition forces in Afghanistan.  His malicious, despicable actions endanger them as well.

The cowardly little fop is still running:

Now that shadowy organization Wikileaks has unleashed another wave of military field reports, people want to know more about its founder, Julian Assange. According to a Times profile today, he’s running Wikileaks with an iron fist:

Even remotely, his style is imperious. When Herbert Snorrason, a 25-year-old political activist in Iceland, questioned Mr. Assange’s judgment over a number of issues in an online exchange last month, Mr. Assange was uncompromising. “I don’t like your tone,” he said, according to a transcript. “If it continues, you’re out.”

Mr. Assange cast himself as indispensable. “I am the heart and soul of this organization, its founder, philosopher, spokesperson, original coder, organizer, financier, and all the rest,” he said. “If you have a problem with me,” he told Mr. Snorrason, using an expletive, he should quit.

A reported twelve Wikileaks members have left. And though he sat down for lunch with the Times, Assange is basically a fugitive:

He demands that his dwindling number of loyalists use expensive encrypted cellphones and swaps his own as other men change shirts. He checks into hotels under false names, dyes his hair, sleeps on sofas and floors, and uses cash instead of credit cards, often borrowed from friends.

“By being determined to be on this path, and not to compromise, I’ve wound up in an extraordinary situation,” Mr. Assange said over lunch last Sunday, when he arrived sporting a woolen beanie and a wispy stubble and trailing a youthful entourage that included a filmmaker assigned to document any unpleasant surprises.

Another thing he runs from: Questions about his personal life. When asked on CNN today about the former rape and sexual harassment charges against him, as well as questions about his character, he said:

“It’s completely disgusting, Atika. I’m going to walk if you’re going to contaminate us revealing the deaths of 104,000 people with attacks against my person.”

But of course people care about his personal life. Hi, this is America, and you just made yourself a hugely powerful public figure, and even indicated that the Pentagon made up those rape charges against you because they were mad at you, anyway. Still, he made good on his promise to walk off the set, exiting mid-interview after a brief apology, thereby only giving more substance to the idea that he’s a jerk!
http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2010/10/julian.html

“Jerk” is not a good enough description. He’s more of a bilgecrapping, squalling he-ass.

More:

The latest release from war whistle-blowers WikiLeaks — over 390,000 classified documents about the Iraq War — “constituted the most comprehensive and detailed account of any war ever to have entered the public record,” according to the group’s founder, Julian Assange, who is profiled today in the New York Times. But in addition to the content of the documents, which are still being parsed and likely will for years to come (one initial headline-worthy number: 15,000 additional civilian deaths) is a blooming personal drama centered around Assange, whose “own comrades are abandoning him for what they see as erratic and imperious behavior, and a nearly delusional grandeur unmatched by an awareness that the digital secrets he reveals can have a price in flesh and blood.” Ouch.

(UPDATE: Assange, asked to address some of his personal turmoils, walked off a CNN interview. See the clip below.)

Assange’s ego has long-been a worry for supporters of WikiLeaks’ work, but the Times gets some key on-the-record quotes from coworkers that call the whole operation into question.

Several WikiLeaks colleagues say he alone decided to release the Afghan documents without removing the names of Afghan intelligence sources for NATO troops. “We were very, very upset with that, and with the way he spoke about it afterwards,” said Birgitta Jonsdottir, a core WikiLeaks volunteer and a member of Iceland’s Parliament. “If he could just focus on the important things he does, it would be better.”

As their profile has risen, many insiders have “defected,” and the Times describes, writing of Assange, describes “someone whose growing celebrity has been matched by an increasingly dictatorial, eccentric and capricious style.”  He doesn’t appear to deal well with criticism:

When Herbert Snorrason, a 25-year-old political activist in Iceland, questioned Mr. Assange’s judgment over a number of issues in an online exchange last month, Mr. Assange was uncompromising. “I don’t like your tone,” he said, according to a transcript. “If it continues, you’re out.”

Mr. Assange cast himself as indispensable. “I am the heart and soul of this organization, its founder, philosopher, spokesperson, original coder, organizer, financier, and all the rest,” he said. “If you have a problem with me,” he told Mr. Snorrason, using an expletive, he should quit.

One volunteer puts the “disillusioned” volunteers at around twelve with more to come. And Assange is not pleased:

In an encrypted online chat, a transcript of which was passed to The Times, Mr. Assange was dismissive of his colleagues. He described them as “a confederacy of fools,” and asked his interlocutor, “Am I dealing with a complete retard?”

When the Times questioned Assange about the swirling dramas, he called “the questions ‘cretinous,’ ‘facile’ and reminiscent of ‘kindergarten.'” So he’s not exactly a PR expert.

Assange, according to the paper, “moves like a hunted man,” and in addition to being tracked and pursued by governments, his brash moves are also making enemies within groups expected to be allies like Amnesty International and Reporters Without Borders. Obviously, the work WikiLeaks can have a huge effect on the world writ large and thus the behavior of the man at its core can drastically sway the results. But Assange has his own take when it comes to his critics: “These are not consequential people.”

WikiLeaks Founder on the Run, Chased by Turmoil [NYT]

UPDATE: Assange appeared on CNN to discuss the flood of Iraq War documents but grew agitated when asked first about the dischord within WikiLeaks and then about the pending sexual harassment charges against him in Sweden.

“This interview is about something else,” Assange told [interviewer Atika] Shubert. “I’m going to walk if you’re going to contaminate us revealing the deaths of 104,000 people with attacks against my person.”

She pressed on and he decided to leave. Video here:

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_0-KUaQl7k&feature=player_embedded]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_0-KUaQl7k&feature=
http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2010/10/upon_new_wikile.php

Assange is a megalomaniac with delusions of grandeur. He really thinks that he’s some kind of hero for leaking information that Al Qaeda and the Taliban will find very useful, as does his leftwing media clientele the New York Times, the Guardian, and Der Spiegel.   Wikileaks pithy motto is “Courage is Contagious”. “Courageous” self-aggrandizing cockholsters like Assange, are a prime example of moral relativism.  The only “whistleblowing” he does is on Western foreign policy—America’s, in particular.  It’s propaganda for the enemy; his goal is to undermine our war effort against an Islamofascist adversary that wouldn’t think twice of making him a enuch for the cause. He posts all of this from the comfort of a free-speech environment, using it as a forum for treasonous activity.

That doesn’t take a lot of guts.

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http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/strange-career-wikileaks

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