Assange on ‘US Empire’, Assad govt overthrow plans & new book ‘The WikiLeaks Files’ (EXCLUSIVE)


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2 respostas em “Assange on ‘US Empire’, Assad govt overthrow plans & new book ‘The WikiLeaks Files’ (EXCLUSIVE)

  1. Watching this video makes me fell that we still are in the 70/80’s on a full blown spy world. But instead of the world being filled with James Bonds trying to make the world a better place we are filled with Jordan Belforts, pressuring governments for the interest of their respective companies and when some one shone some light on to what is happening their arrested with some bogus allegations, usually involving sex.

  2. At the time of writing, WikiLeaks has published 2,325,961 diplomatic cables and other US State Department records, comprising some two billion words. This stupendous and seemingly insurmountable body of internal state literature, which if printed would amount to some 30,000 volumes, represents something new.
    Like the State Department, it cannot be grasped without breaking it open and considering its parts. But to randomly pick up isolated diplomatic records that intersect with known entities and disputes, as some daily newspapers have done, is to miss “the empire” for its cables.
    Each corpus has its size.
    To obtain the right level of abstraction, one which considers the relationships between most of the cables for a region or country rather than considering cables in isolation, a more scholarly approach is needed. This approach is so natural that it seems odd that it has not been tried before.
    The study of empires has long been the study of their communications. Carved into stone or inked into parchment, empires from Babylon to the Ming dynasty left records of the organizational center communicating with its peripheries.
    Basicly is a Gorge Orwell’s book turned reality controling what we know and what we say there is no need directly control the population.

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