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Are Secret Wars Being Waged Between the Military and UFOs? Bizarre Footage

12 Dec

Copyright 2010-3010 By Chase Kyla Hunter

Tags: alien agenda, ufos, secret UFO wars, us military black ops, us military alien agenda, secret ufo wars filmed

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Revenge of the Wikileaks Nerds: Former Staffer to Launch Rival Site “Openleaks”

10 Dec

Copyright 12.10.2010 by Chase Kyla Hunter, re-posts permitted leaving authorship, content and links intact.

Well you knew with the worldwide fame, uproar and incredible celebrity that Julian Assange has accrued from creating Wikileaks, it would most likely happen. A former staffer for Wikileaks will soon create a “Wikileaks knock-off”, Openleaks. It seems there is just no loyalty in the world of spilling dark state secrets into the laptops and living rooms of those curious to know. I’m quite sure that Openleaks creator Daniel Domscheit-Berg is now destined to become one of the most hated men in the online world. Traitor! How many other Wikileak staffers will now follow Daniel’s lead, and also jump ship to swim into their own personal dreams of internet counterculture fame and fortune? Might we soon have dozens of mirror sites cloning the original all over the web, such that the original becomes practically irrelevant, just a historical footnote marking where the internet’s “LEAK” movement began? I’m not so sure that imitation is really the highest form of flattery. Having had something similar to this done to me about, oh, 20 or 30 times in my internet career, when I launched a site, a concept, coined a turn of phrase, connected a specific set of dots, only to find my own work posted on someone else’s website a few days or weeks later, I don’t take too kindly to knock-offs, creativity crooks, and cheap imitations of the original.

No one wants to actually get caught carrying a fake Gucci handbag. But I usually have to confront someone online who has stolen posts off my site, and re-posted them as their own material with no author’s credit, no link back etcetera, at least once a week. “Take down that post, or credit me as the author, you’re busted!” Even though Assange is sitting in a jail cell. and may not be aware of his staffer’s “new internet career” imitating Wikileaks, I’m sure he will be furious when he finds out.

“Stop! Thief! Oh… it’s just those 250,000 US diplomatic cables that I actually stole myself. What the heck? Take ’em. You see where exposing those cables got me lad? They landed me in the slammer. Go ahead, publish to your heart’s content. “

No one really likes or respects a traitor, whether you originally supported what Julian Assange was doing or not. Noting the headline of another article about this event: “The Internet Cannot Be Stopped, Wikileaks defectors About to Launch Openleaks”,

Please, for the love of Emperor Julian, if nothing else…. take off that high and mighty “internet hero” cape you’re wearing, and admit it. You just want to be internet rich, media famous, and get laid by some Hollywood starlet. This all feels like a really lousy episode of the web’s new version of “Entourage.”

Isn’t this all much more about the quest for web notoriety and personal fame than it is about championing the “internet’s new cause” of releasing taboo FED secrets and state cables? Please fellows, stop pretending to take the high road. Umm, excuse me, your motives are showing. You all just want what you perceive Julian Assange to have: global fame and celebrity, not to mention the millions that will pour in from supporters. How utterly shameless can a group of radical activist web geeks get?

I’m coining a new term to describe Daniel Domscheit-Berg and his actions: internet web portal “identity thief”, aka copycat “sludge monger”.

Chase Kyla Hunter

Related:

Wikileaks Staffers Defect from “Emperor Assange”, Launch OPENLEAKS

John Bolton Essay Indicts Obama Presidency on National Security

10 Dec

Copyright 12.10.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter

The piece below by John Bolton actually stopped me in my tracks. It’s funny how another writer’s observations will often help to coalesce one’s own discomfort with a situation.  I have taken an unpopular position for an internet pro and citizen journalist blogger regarding Wikileaks, in that I feel what Julian Assange did was both narcissistic, shortsighted and reckless.

The ends do not justify his means and actions in my opinion. I am well aware that thousands of other “truthers” do not feel this way, but when it comes right down to genetic patriotism, the Cherokee Warrior Queen and American patriot in me trumps the internet blogger who was mildly intrigued by absolute unfettered free spewing of  ” FED diplomatic cables”. As a truth researcher of 20 years experience, finding ugly little piles of lies buried somewhere under a false flag event is just another day’s work. Why should the content of those cables be anything that would even surprise someone like me? It’s just another day in the life… I haven’t much bothered to study them.

For me, the bottom line is this:  I don’t want to see my country hurt and humiliated any more than it has been to date in this charade of a presidency with Obama as the hood ornament. There is a huge part of me that is standing aside and watching this melee who doesn’t buy the story as it’s being told anyway. Our government “allows” certain things to take place for their own good reasons. Look at what the FED is gaining in all this: perfect justification to crack down like never before on internet free speech, the free and relatively private process of registering and administering a domain name, I could cite dozens more benefits for a fascist leaning FED that is salivating to take over the web and run it with the efficiency of Obama’s socialized medicine. I can almost hear the elites rubbing their hands together in glee in Washington, NYC, UK while they watch these “cyber-riots” spreading over the web. It’s most likely exactly what they wanted all along, and they will use these events as more pretext to strip away civil liberties online when the dust settles.

Further, my political science mind clearly knows that what Assange did in releasing those cables has imperiled the American nation. That is MY nation, MY America, MY American friends and neighbors, and after all, Assange really has no clue about who and what America is if he did not grow up here on the mainland, native born. We all have before us daily the peculiar new world odor of our own President’s utter lack of interest in defending American interests, religious heritage, or national security in a sudden event like Wikileaks latest disclosures. They should have seen this coming. It was not as if we were not warned by Assange’s earlier actions. But John Bolton points out that funny uncomfortable, “who’s in charge?” feeling, that sense of navigational drift that now emanates from the Obama presidency.

It was as if in reading his piece, my subconscious fixed finally on the point of “Oh, so I am not the only person who feels very uncomfortable with how this Wikileaks / Assange mess is all being so adroitly NON-handled” by the White House.”

When you choose to go white water rafting with a group of strangers, you look around rather nervously to see who will be sitting at the lead point in the raft, calling out the instructions for how to keep the thing afloat and above water all the way down. Barack Obama stopped calling out those instructions to the nation a long time ago, in fact, it occurs he never did take the safety first defensive position for our country. It’s just a very deep gut feeling I have that his inner contempt for America and true American values is now really starting to spill over into all kinds of decision making moments when the moment comes, and goes, and no decision is the action taken. It’s surreal politically, and strategically rather self loathing, perhaps even self destructive.

I’ll just be honest. I want his presidency to end, and sooner rather than later. Barack Obama’s style of empty looking glass leadership is really hurting America. Everyone everywhere who is awake at the helm can feel it. And John Bolton [not that I am particularly a fan, he’s in the UN globalist fan club from way back ] just gave voice to some of my deepest worries and concerns. Thanks John. Oddly, I don’t feel much better now.

Chase Kyla Hunter, the Witness

Article reference:

John Bolton: “Barack Obama is a bigger danger than WikiLeaks”

Also Noteworthy from the WSJ:

We have not in our lifetimes seen a president in this position. He spent his first year losing the center, which elected him, and his second losing his base, which is supposed to provide his troops. There isn’t much left to lose! Which may explain Tuesday’s press conference.

Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested in London

8 Dec

12.07.2010 Youtube videos re-posted by CK Hunter

Tags: Julian Assange, Wikileaks, Assange Arrest London

 

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Reactions to Julian Assange Becoming More Extreme: Canadian Tom Flanagan Calls for His Assassination

2 Dec

12.01.2010 Video and Links from the web, updates on the Wikileaks story By CK Hunter

Breaking: Canadian college professor states Obama should put out a “hit” on Julian Assange and use a drone to exterminate him. Wow. This from one of our friendly northern neighbors. There must be some devastating exposures and revelations to come, if this man would make such cruel and reckless statement on live TV? It certainly has historically been the usual modus operandi for the Illuminati to simply kill those who got too loud standing in their way, but making such a statement in front of live TV cameras is both revealing and unnerving.

One wonders what is yet to come in the Wikileaks truth drip. I am asking the question again: Will Wikileaks expose the secret hidden global governing cabal, the core of the Illuminati, possibly quite by accident, along the trail of publishing the confiscated diplomatic cables?

Chase Kyla Hunter

Tags: Wikileaks, Julian Assange, Leaked Diplomatic Cables

Hillary Clinton: Secretary of State, Super Sleuth, Super Furious Over Wikileaks

30 Nov

Copyright 11.29.2010 By CK Hunter, Re-post courtesy of the Daily Beck

Updates 12.01.2010

Slate magazine has betrayed it’s usual far left, pro Obama posture and has come forth calling for Clintons’ scalp, if not her head on a platter. I tweeted that:

Altnewsforum CK Hunter If every diplomat who had ever spied, or knew of spying were to step down, there would most likely be few diplomats left at all. Kaput.


See also http://athensboy.wordpress.com/2010/11/29/wikileaks-hillary-clinton-and-the-smoking-gun/

TMI! Too much information. Coming to the end of “Wikileaks Monday” I am chuckling. Today was supposed to be “cyber-Monday” for internet holiday shopping, but for me it became cyber-Monday for absorbing the shock waves rolling through digital media about Julian Assange and his global document disclosure stunt. Glenn Beck weighed in with some VERY illuminating deep pockets within the far left wing connections behind Julian Assange, famously flailing in front of his chalkboard. Beck revealed the murky “connect the dots” chain of command leading to Julian, which runs the gamut from “Code Pink” all the way to “The Open Society Institute.” The video link is right here.

Meanwhile in New York, GOP congressman Peter King lifted eyelids when he asked Hillary Clinton to label Wikileaks as a “terrorist organization”. Wasn’t that a bit of an over-reaction? I may not agree with what Julian Assange  did, which appears more than anything to be a worldwide publicity stunt guaranteed to establish him as the ultimate “weberati rock star” of defying US presidents, in effect saying “fuck you” to the US federal government over the weekend by refusing to back down. Mrs. Clinton maintains that Assange stole these documents, and that is a serious charge indeed.

But when you begin legally attempting to redefine one man’s expression of US first amendment rights, [Assange is an Aussie ] and his action of  publishing factual documents on the web as a “terrorist organization,” then it begins to smack of those horrible ten warning signs of approaching fascism that Naomi Wolfe has warned us about. In essence the congressman was asking Mrs. Clinton to redefine freedom of speech online as a potential act of terror. This bothered me deeply.

If this was allowed to take place, then the legal precedent would be in place that any time an inconvenient truth is published anywhere about the US federal government and it’s activities, they would have the legal impetus and backing to go after the publisher as a terrorist organization. Gee, it seems like it was just last summer that the USA big media was calling ma and pa America, who dared to raise their voices in urgent town hall meetings, as “domestic terrorists.” It’s becoming rather a tired old ploy of the FED to try to silence dissent, or to plug holes in the international intelligence data stream when it ruptures.

There is a distinct vein of legal and fascist sounding creepiness here that keeps me writing to call attention to what just doesn’t “feel right.”  Why the next thing you know, they might be calling me out as a domestic terrorist just for writing about it. We are really not sure anymore just how low our own federal government will go. Trust is eroding away.

Celebrity politico Sarah Palin and Michelle Malkin, { I am a fan of both } both vehemently condemned what Julian did. But I wondered how they felt as the day wore on, and the press began reporting what the GOP congressman wanted Secretary of State Clinton to do. I also wondered how such sensitive materials could have been handled with such carelessness that a soldier in the intelligence dept. could datamine the whole lot of this stuff and then send it on. Is it possible this stuff was never that highly classified in the first place, as much as just deeply embarrassing to the Obama White House? I sense that Mrs. Clinton had the most to lose in it’s revelations.

How embarrassing are the WikiLeaks cables? A secret cable from April 2009 that went out under Clinton’s name instructed State Department officials to collect the “biometric data,” including “fingerprints, facial images, DNA, and iris scans,” of African leaders. Another secret cable directed American diplomats posted around the world, including the United Nations, to obtain passwords, personal encryption keys, credit card numbers, frequent flyer account numbers, and other data connected to diplomats. As the Guardian puts it, the cables “reveal how the US uses its embassies as part of a global espionage network.”

Will Revealing the Wikileak Cables Initiate the Beginning of the End of “Official” Government Secrecy?

29 Nov

11.29.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter

Updated 12.01.2010

Amazon Ousts Wikileaks Website from it’s Servers

Another Blogger Examines the Motives of Julian Assange

[ The wikileaks story unfolds faster than most bloggers can update their coverage of it. The post I finished this a.m. is already dated, so I will keep adding to it. Michelle Malkin and Sarah Palin have come out strongly against what online publisher Julian Assange did in revealing the controversial material, and although I am a fan and supporter of both high profile political women, I must disagree.

We cannot begin legally redefining freedom of speech based on whether expressing that civic freedom might embarrass U.S. diplomats. When or if the U.S. government should be legally allowed to get away with re-naming Wikileaks disclosures as “acts of terrorism” and re-naming Wikileaks as a “terrorist organization,” then we are treading dangerously close to the edge of the cliff called “federal fascism” in America. Stand back and take a deep breath, all Americans everywhere, about what is taking place.

When is it considered legal to re-name publishing the truth as an “act of terrorism”? Stop and think about it. ] – Chase Kyla Hunter

Barack Obama had made many wildly idealistic promises running for office in 2008, promising a “new transparency” in Washington D.C. if he was elected. I find it “karmicly appropriate” and somewhat ironic two years later, that thanks to the Wiki-leaks cables, the Obama White House is now going to get more unwelcome transparency than he had ever bargained for when he made such naive promises on the campaign trail.

I will be digesting the latest document dump from Wikileaks, like many other truth researchers, for months on end. Already the potentially damaging bombshell revelations of comments made by high officials and foreign heads of state are staggering.

Here’s an example from Sheikh bin Zayed of Abu Dhabi:

He believes “a near term conventional war with Iran is clearly preferable to the long term consequences of a nuclear armed Iran.” That puts the Sheikh on solid “let’s plan now for war with Iran” footing with present US foreign policy. That really comes as no surprise, yet it is unnerving to see the explicit agreements that are made ahead of time in planning for wars where more young American men and women may die soon in the hope that the world might look forward to a nuclear free Iran in the future.

All of this exposed data, some say, is potentially damning and disastrous for US foreign policy. But turn around is fair play. It’s a kind of massive karmic tsunami for the White House, the CFR, and the UN, who have made it an annual blood sport since 1914 at least, to keep secrets from the American people about all kinds of decisions that affect our lives, and the lives of our descendants for decades to come.

So, how does it feel, one wonders, to have all these dirty little secrets aired and exposed to the light of public and media scrutiny? I would imagine the White House, although chagrined and obviously irate, had better get used to it. The American people, especially the more well informed young people, are furious. They are disgusted and fed up with being manipulated, lied to, and locked out of the laundry list of presumptuous global “secret meetings” which are held annually, where our fates and the fates of our children and their children for the next 50 to 100 years are discussed and voted on from behind closed doors without our knowledge or consent. It has to come to an end, and this might just be the beginning of that eventual end – the volcanic eruption of grim actuality being exposed in these massive Wiki-leak document dumps online.

It’s high time the criminal secrets, dirty laundry and rotten back room dealings of the Illuminati influenced and controlled global governing elite are finally aired for all to see. I believe the “timed release” revelations of the Wikileaks documents over the next few months may possibly bring renewed respect on the part of the Obama White House, CFR and UN for the determination of the world’s top truth researchers to get to the bottom of the global Illuminati crime cabal, exposing all of it’s ugly political secrets once and for all.

Chase Kyla Hunter

Related:


WikiLeaks founder could be charged under Espionage Act

Washington Post – Ellen Nakashima, Jerry Markon – ‎1 hour ago‎
Hundreds of thousands of State Department documents leaked Sunday revealed a hidden world of backstage international diplomacy, divulging candid comments from world leaders and detailing occasional US pressure tactics overseas.

See: Top 5 Wikileaks Revelations

See: A Super Power’s View of the World – the Newest Wiki-leaks Diplomatic Cables

See: Wikileaks Embassy Cables: Key Points at a Glance

See: Wikileaks reveals U.S. diplomatic secrets

Day 1, Sunday 28 November

Guardian

• The US faces a worldwide diplomatic crisis. More than 250,000 classified cables from American embassies are leaked, many sent as recently as February.

Saudi Arabia put pressure on the US to attack Iran. Other Arab allies also secretly agitated for military action against Tehran.

• Washington is running a secret intelligence campaign targeted at the leadership of the United Nations, including the secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, and the permanent security council representatives from China, Russia, France and the UK.

• Details of the round-the-clock offensive by US government officials, politicians, diplomats and military officers to curb Iran’s nuclear ambitions and roll back its advance across the Middle East.

• How Israel regarded 2010 as a “critical year” for tackling Iran’s alleged quest for nuclear weapons and warned the United States that time is running out to stop Iran from acquiring a nuclear bomb.

• The secret EU plot to boycott the inauguration of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as president after the disputed Iranian election in 2009.

• Officials from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) were denied blueprints for a secret nuclear reactor near Qom and told by Iran that evidence of bomb-grade uranium enrichment was forged.

• Saudi Arabia complained directly to the Iranian foreign minister of Iranian “meddling” in the Middle East.

• The US accused Iran of abusing the strict neutrality of the Iranian Red Crescent (IRC) society to smuggle intelligence agents and weapons into other countries, including Lebanon.

• Britain’s ambassador to Iran gave the US a private masterclass on how to negotiate with Iran.

• How a 75-year-old American of Iranian descent rode a horse over a freezing mountain range into Turkey after officials confiscated his passport.

Plus:

• The story of how the 250,000 US embassy cables were leaked.

Background on Siprnet: where America stores its secret cables.

About Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange:

Julian Assange

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Julian Assange

Assange in 2010
Born 1971 (age 38–39)[1][2]
Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Occupation Editor-in-chief and spokesperson for WikiLeaks
Children Daniel Assange[3]
Awards Economist Index of Censorship Award (2008), Amnesty International UK Media Award (2009), Sam Adams Award (2010)

Julian Paul Assange (play /əˈsɑːnʒ/ ə-SAHNZH; born 1971) is an Australian internet activist, best known as the spokesperson and editor-in-chief for WikiLeaks, a whistleblower website. Before working with the website, he was a physics and mathematics student, hacker, and computer programmer.[4]

Assange founded WikiLeaks in 2006. He currently sits on the website’s advisory board. In this capacity, he has come to widespread public attention for his role in the release of classified material documenting the involvement of the United States in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Assange has lived in several countries and has told reporters he is constantly on the move. He makes irregular public appearances to give talks on freedom of the press, censorship, and investigative reporting, and has won a number of journalism awards.

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