Wikileaks Documentary

December 13th, 2010   Submitted by Ryan Taylor

Editor’s Note: Parts two through four below.

9 Responses to “Wikileaks Documentary”

  1. Seth KingNo Gravatar says:

    Excellent find Ryan!

  2. Ryan TaylorNo Gravatar says:

    THIS IS IT! This is the documentary from 2010 that everyone must watch.

    This documentary shows us who WikiLeaks is, what has been happening on one of the front-lines of the information war exactly why. As you watch this, understand that WikiLeaks is not alone and that this is all happening on a global stage. “Hackers” are not now nor have ever been strictly basement-dwellers with no friends or social impact. People have the right to access information that effects them directly and humanity on the whole and we should be grateful that so many people are willing to fight for it.

    While the majority of the recent DDoS attacks have been focused on commercial, end-user websites, this is just a gathering and “warm-up”. There has been discussion of focusing on larger targets, especially in the case of the credit agencies. I think that it’s just a matter of time before we see the magnitude of these attacks step up to the next level, with the support of tens-of-thousands of computers.

    • Seth KingNo Gravatar says:

      I don’t really see it as “us” having a “right to know” what the government is doing. That implies that the government works for “us,” when “we” actually work for the government.

      I view governments as just large criminal organizations. Imagine if a local mafioso came to your business and threatened your life if you didn’t pay him “protection” money. Would you then demand that you have a right to know how he spends that money or how he conducts business with other gangs? Hell no. You would know you’ve just been ripped off, plain and simple. Any attempt to find out his doings would be met with wrath, just like the government does.

      Assange is exposing the workings of large criminal organizations, be they governments, corporations, churches, whatever. It’s not a matter of “rights.” It’s a matter of war against unjust institutions.

  3. Ryan TaylorNo Gravatar says:

    I’m saying “people” as in “humans” not in a political sense. Yes, I agree with you, Seth.

  4. JustSayNoToStatismNo Gravatar says:

    Worth the time to watch. Good series of videos. Thanks for posting it here.

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