Clinton: WikiLeaks attacks whole world

WASHINGTON -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has branded the release of top secret files by the whistle- blowing website Wikileaks as “an attack on the world”.

Source: EuroNews
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  1. BTW, the WL site appears to be suffering from a DDoS attack - can you do anything about it?
    (Amer, 30 November 2010 20:46)

    Unfortunately not because by far, not my area of experience. :(

    I also think, he should consider Chile seriously - as they passed a 'Net neutrality law.
    Unfortunately both USA and Russia (and China is not even worth to mention!) are full of Big Brothers...

    Thank you Chile - wish, I would have money for a vacation there ;-)
    In general he would be pretty safe in ABC(+P+U) countries with all these bogus sex charges as well.

    Wish these countries to get rid of corruption and improve their infrastructure. Once it would happen, they would represent a major economic and political force. As for soccer force - there Diego Forlán is a better player than the best, what FC Felcsút can produce:

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    We know, Dear Leader is a philosopher, poet (and what-not).
    We know, Josif Vessarionovich Stalin was everything (scientist, mathematician,....... )

    Now we have a PM - who is not only a Viktator, but as you see, Diego Forlán got some serious competition. Way to go, Viktorka.
    (Je¿ urugwajski, 1 December 2010 13:22)
  2. Clinton: WikiLeaks attacks whole world B92

    ..you'd like to attack yourself, aren't you!

    Jealousy (Latin- zelosus) is a familiar experience in human relationships. It has been observed in infants five months and older. Some claim that jealousy is seen in every culture; however, others claim jealousy is a culture-specific phenomenon.
    (ZMAJ, 1 December 2010 00:37)
  3. "Maybe he has one of those surveillance cameras set up - like those he's using to monitor the rebuilding of those homes destroyed during the fires last summer." (Amer)

    -- Yeah, but knowing her, she'd demand royalties for what she believes is a third reality show she's starring in (the first being that Alaska show on Discovery, and the second being her 2012 presidential run).

    And I second the motion to bring on the Balkan leaks.
    (Mike, 30 November 2010 22:49)
  4. "My sexually offensive comments regarding Pálinkás Sári are censored even by B92 on regular basis.
    (Je¿ niedozwolony, 30 November 2010 19:18)"

    :( - here's a + for all the times a comment (ON THIS SUBJECT!) didn't make it through: +!

    BTW, the WL site appears to be suffering from a DDoS attack - can you do anything about it? Why did they waste their open time going on about Iran, anyway, I want to know the gossip from the Balkans.
    (Amer, 30 November 2010 20:46)
  5. I also wonder if Putin can see Caribou Barbie's kitchen from his dacha in Vladivostok.
    (Mike, 30 November 2010 18:16)

    Congratulations, Mike that your comment went through. :-P
    I think that B92 uses somewhat draconian measures to stop sexually offensive comments regarding this b**!@!!!, oooops, sorry, fine lady.

    And the scientists claim there is no absolute vacuum? Wrong, there is that cute-looking bag grown between her shoulders. If researchers are looking for "absolute vacuum" - that's the state of matter and energy inside of that bag.
    (Je¿ kwantowy, 30 November 2010 19:28)
  6. No 'attack on the world' could surpass what has been done to people and their countries by a handful of nations led by US interests.
    (kate, 30 November 2010 10:07)

    One sentence!
    (ZMAJ, 30 November 2010 19:26)
  7. (Not to mention the bewildering popularity of characters like Sarah Palin.)
    (Amer, 30 November 2010 17:27)

    My sexually offensive comments regarding Pálinkás Sári are censored even by B92 on regular basis.
    (Je¿ niedozwolony, 30 November 2010 19:18)
  8. "I also wonder if Putin can see Caribou Barbie's kitchen from his dacha in Vladivostok.
    (Mike, 30 November 2010 18:16) "

    Maybe he has one of those surveillance cameras set up - like those he's using to monitor the rebuilding of those homes destroyed during the fires last summer. It would be good to think she's doing something useful by providing comic relief to a man who surely needs some.
    (Amer, 30 November 2010 18:46)
  9. "As for the candid commentaries on foreign politicians - can't you just imagine what they have to say about American leaders? (Not to mention the bewildering popularity of characters like Sarah Palin.)" (Amer)

    -- Very true. I am a bit curious to know what diplomats from other countries think privately too. I'd be surprised if America's aired dirty laundry were any different. I also wonder if Putin can see Caribou Barbie's kitchen from his dacha in Vladivostok.
    (Mike, 30 November 2010 18:16)
  10. "No Wikileaks has exposed the US's attacks on the world. The US really is politically a bastard state.
    (Ian, UK, 30 November 2010 14:32) "

    What attacks on the world? It's the countries that are described in the dispatches that have reason to worry, if what they've been telling the Americans in private is not what they tell their own people in public. As for the candid commentaries on foreign politicians - can't you just imagine what they have to say about American leaders? (Not to mention the bewildering popularity of characters like Sarah Palin.)
    (Amer, 30 November 2010 17:27)
  11. Yes, your most senior DC diplomat, you instructing US embassy staff around the world to practically spy on world leaders is "An attack on the international community, the alliances and partnerships". I finally agree with you on something.
    (winston, 30 November 2010 16:42)
  12. No Wikileaks has exposed the US's attacks on the world. The US really is politically a bastard state.
    (Ian, UK, 30 November 2010 14:32)
  13. Let’s be clear: this disclosure is not just an attack on America’s foreign policy interest, it is an attack on the international community, the alliances and partnerships, the conversations and negotiations that safeguard global security and advance economic prosperity,” Clinton said.
    B92

    Really? Here is a small summary from Wikileaks which Hillary thinks constitute an attack to international community.

    Arab allies would not really mind if someone bombed Iran and are truly scared by Pakistan’s nuclear weapons. The US thinks Ahmadinejad uses “Hitler brinkmanship”, Karzai is a corrupt paranoiac”, Kim Jong-Il is a “physical and psychological wreck” and Gadaffi is “really mad”. The admirable Angela Merkel is “risk averse”, Putin and Medvedev are the “Batman and Robin show”, Sarkozy is “thin-skinned authoritarian ” and Berlusconi has a “penchant for young girls”.David Cameron’s(call me dave) debut in Washington was "dull and unimpressive” and his forces made a horlicks of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Turkish mullah Erdogan formulates foreign policy from neewpaper sources and
    his foreign minister is a neo-ottoman who stiil thinks turkey still has borders with Austria.

    Some really unflattering comments of your allies Hillary.Would they ever trust
    you again?
    (Leonidas, 30 November 2010 12:21)
  14. “an attack on the world”. O my which one is that, is it the one Bush said if yore not with us yore against us.
    (Lenard, 30 November 2010 10:46)
  15. "Clinton: WikiLeaks attacks whole world"

    Really? Along that same rhetoric, the US is attacking the whole world, and has been doing so for decades.

    By using their military power, extortion and blackmailing to prevent being prosecuted for the war crimes they committed, they have hollowed out the meaning of international law, the UN Charter and a whole bunch of other things. If that's not an attach on the world as a whole, than I don't know what is!

    Sheer hypocrisy at work!
    (NL@RS, 30 November 2010 10:30)
  16. Obviously the Yankees thought they could hide their misdeeds forever. And what a sore head!
    (lowe, 30 November 2010 10:12)
  17. No 'attack on the world' could surpass what has been done to people and their countries by a handful of nations led by US interests.
    (kate, 30 November 2010 10:07)