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حقيقة الوكيليكس: مشروع استخباراتي امريكي على غرار قناة الجزيرة!!!

في ظل تصاعد الجدل حول منظمة ويكيليكس قبل عدة اعوام, طلب مني التعليق عن هذه المجموعة. وفي حينها فضلت كتابة رايي في مقال مفصل, بدلا من التعليق بعدة كلمات على الفيسبوك او تويتر. هذا المقال الذي نشر في صحيفتي النهار والعراقية الصادرتين في سيدني وذلك في منتصف شهر كانون اول/ ديسمبر 2010.

في ذلك المقال المفصل توقعت ان انشاء واطلاق منظمة الوكيليكس جاء لخدمة اجندات سرية غير معلنة. توقعاتي في ذاك المقال ان هذه الاجندات تمحورت لخدمة احدى قضيتين:
فاما ان التنظيم وما قام به من تسريب وثائق عن الاحتلال الامريكي للعراق وافغانستان يهدف الى تهيئة الشعب الامريكي للهزيمة والانسحاب المذل من هاتين الدولتين.
الاحتمال الاخر يتمحور حول تهيئة شعوب منطقة الشرق الاوسط لحروب اهلية واسعة او حتى لحروب اقليمية مدمرة.

لم يمض على نشر مقالتي 3 اشهر حتى بدا الدم العربي يتدفق شلالا فيما اصبح يعرف بالربيع العربي.

بالرغم من ان توقعاتي بدات تتحقق الا انني اردت التاكد اكثر عن تحليلي لحقيقة هذه الظاهرة. فقمت بالاتصال باكثر من صديق من صحافيي الشرق الاوسط وسياسييها ممن لهم اتصالات بدولهم واجهزة استخباراتها. لم يعطني احد اي اج…

My conspiracy theory: Wikileaks as Al Jazeera-style CIA project!!!

After the rise of Wikileaks star few years ago, I was asked to give opinion on the work of this organisation. Instead of giving a quick comment on Facebook or Twitter, I wrote detailed article published on Al Nahar and Al Iraqiah newspapers in Australia. The article published on 15 December 2010.

I expected in that article, that the Wikileaks organisation most likely was established for hidden agendas. My expectations for the hidden agendas were specified in that article to be either: to prepare the US citizens for the US withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan. The other possible hidden agenda I mentioned is: to prepare the grounds for wide conflicts, and maybe regional wars.

Surprisingly, in less than 3 months the blood started to flow as a result of the so called “Arab Spring”.

I was still not sure about Wikileaks. This is why I asked my friends (journalists and politicians around the Middle East) about their thoughts on this issue. Surprisingly, not many had definite answer.

Wikil…

Gadhafi of Australia

In the face of avalanche of criticism for lack of transparency, dictatorial practices and hidden agendas, the Wikileaks party issued rather laughable clarification. Today I saw the following on the Facebook page of the party : “Just a quickie to announce that there are now 3 ladies responsible for the Wikileaks Party social media.. Alice from the Melbourne Office, Mel from Melbourne and myself, Bree from Geelong have been asked by John Shipton to share the burden. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank Gail Malone for her wonderful work over the last 18 months and enjoy your time off!! John has also asked the 3 of us to write a little bit about ourselves so that will come over the next week”. (see Wikileaksparty on Facebook at 15 March).

Please stop laughing.

Yes, John can do everything. He is the CEO. He is also the party spokesperson who speaks to media, at events and rallies. He also is the accountant that keeps all invoices and financial matters. He is the tourist that travel…

Australian soldier killed in Syria

So what is the implications of first Australian soldier killed in Syria fighting alongside Al Qaeda rebels (http://www.smh.com.au/national/caner-temel-killed-in-syria-revealed-as-former-australian-soldier-20140319-3510k.html)?

Last year we heard the Australian authorities warn: the news about first Australian suicide bomber (Abu Asmaa Al Australi) should be a wake-up call?

Now we have first Australian soldier killed in Syria, and this should be another wake-up calls?

I will publish soon analysis about these issues, but hope that our authorities have woken-up and will take decisive measures to insure protection of our National Security....

I note here that authorities did not update us with the numbers of extremists who already returned to Australia after they realised that the mission (of destroying Syrian government and society)is impossible to be accomplished?



WA election: Wikileaks party runs candidates on behalf of the Greens party!!!

Last Tuesday the Wikileaks party preferences committee decided to preference ALL very smaller progressive micro parties ahead of the Greens, Labor and Liberals. Then to put the Greens ahead of Labor and Liberals. And to put right-wing small parties last... It was semi clever decision led by the leading candidate Gerry Georgatos. His logic was right, except for putting the Greens ahead of the Labor.

The right logic is this: micro parties like Wikileaks party needs to exchange preferences with other micro parties who suppose to share some values and politics. These micro parteis include: The Democrats, Secular party, Animal Justice, Sex party, HEMP, Socialists.... By swapping preferences with micro parties who might get less primary votes than your party, this will boost your chances of reaching the quota to win senate seat. This is the logic that saw Sports party won a seat (in original count) only on less than 3,000 primary votes, by climbing on other micro parties preference votes.

Wikileaks party: political party or family convinient store!!!

Last Saturday was not ordinary one. I received a phone call just after midnight of Friday which stunned me to total shock.

On the other line was John Shipton, the father of Julian Assange and CEO of Wikileaks party. What he said was extraordinary and shocking. It was also arrogant and disrespectful.

This is what he said “Julian decided that the party is affecting the level of media he receives. So he decided to end up the party. This is the plan. I and (,,,,) will resign immediately. Julian replaced us with his people from Wikileaks organisation in London. Then and after your return from Syria, you resign, and Julian appoints one of his people in Wikileaks organisation to replace you. Then the party will die: no candidates, no activities and no media and the media will be focusing on him solely again”.

How would I respond? The more important question is: how could I have replied?

I was shocked. I did not imagine that I could hear something like this ever, especially in democratic so…