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Discussion in 'News' started by Edgeworth, Feb 27, 2012.
Too Long Didn't Read
I don't have the time.
TL;DR but I like the idea of wikileaks pissing in someone elses cola again.
Only bout halfway through. They seem to be inside trading with that slush fund, but I am not completely clear on their legality.
Hmmm, potentially destabilizing, but if the USGov can keep it out of the mainstream media (likely), probably not too much impact.
Good. STRATFOR must suffer.
This is a quality thread. I cannot wait. :dummy:
You know, I'm not entirely sure this particular document turned out to be useful in its assigned function.
wait... how stupid are these informants that they didn't know THAT? EVERYONE knows the carrot-and-stick routine surely.
Stratfor did secret deals with dozens of media organisations and journalists – from Reuters to the Kiev Post. The list of Stratfor’s "Confederation Partners", whom Stratfor internally referred to as its "Confed Fuck House" are included in the release.
WikiLeaks has also obtained Stratfor's list of informants and, in many cases, records of its payoffs
wow, shitstorm incoming
Also, from here:
Unlike previous WikiLeaks releases, this latest email cache was apparently obtained through a hacking attack on Stratfor by Anonymous in December 2011 rather than through a whistleblower.
I was wondering about that. good old Anon, keeping us safe by eliminating measures meant to keep us safe.
So where can we download/torrent said emails?
This is when paranoia sets in
it's not paranoia if it's true.
Not paranoia dat
Keeping us safe from what, exactly?
From the things they dont want us to know.
from information suppression.
In another news I don't care.
oh shit guys! Khanzer's having moodswings!
There's a whole database built into the page the article is written on. Look around the margins.
Assange deserves to be executed.
I wouldn't mind having his head on a pike