Wikileaks Julian Assange Is BACK! Speaks About Hillary Clinton & John Podesta on October 26th, 2016

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Les relations entre les Américains et les islamistes tunisiens remonteraient à 2004

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On ne remerciera jamais [assez] Wikileaks. Dans les documents suivants, on découvre la servilité des Nahdaoui à l’égard des Américains et la naïveté de ces derniers à l’égard des islamistes. C’est sous la présidence de George W. Bush, le criminel de guerre en Irak, que les relations de maître à esclave entre certains hauts dirigeants d’Ennahda et les Services de l’ambassade américaine en Tunisie se sont renforcées. Mais elles existaient depuis le début des années 80, lorsque les Américains ont décidé d’écarter Bourguiba et de placer leurs pions islamistes, aussi bien en Tunisie qu’en Algérie.

Ils ont raté leur coup en 1987, mais pas en janvier 2011. Ce qui est étonnant dans ces documents, c’est que Ben Ali était au courant des tractations islamo-impérialistes, mais il laissait faire. Pourquoi n’a-t-il pas réagi ? Pourquoi n’a-t-il pas remis en prison ces traîtres ? Pourquoi a-t-il manqué de fermeté ? Autant de questions auxquelles il va falloir un jour répondre. À la lecture de ces documents de Wikileaks, on comprend que, ce n’est pas parce qu’ils sont majoritaires ou populaires que les islamistes sont arrivés au pouvoir, mais parce qu’ils ont vendu leur âme à l’Oncle Sam. Merci aux USA d’avoir imposé ces obscurantistes à un peuple qui voulait la démocratie.

Des documents émanant de l’ambassade américaine à Tunis et faisant partie des récents documents qui ont filtré et ont été révélés récemment par Wikileaks attestent des très bonnes relations entre les membres du parti islamiste tunisien Ennahda et la mission diplomatique américaine à Tunis du temps du président déchu Ben Ali. Échange de visites entre les deux parties et insistance des dirigeants d’Ennahda sur le fait qu’ils représentent l’islam modéré, ce qui est à leur avis la solution pour la démocratie dans la région et précisément en Tunisie. Mais il semble qu’il y a une grande différence entre ce que déclarent (pour la consommation locale) les Nahdaouis à propos de la politique des États-Unis et ce que révèlent ces documents à propos de leurs cordiales relations avec eux.

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Analyst Webster Tarpley: “Wikileaks helps West to justify attack on Syria”

Dr. Webster Griffin Tarpley says the Wikileaks website on July 5 announced a two-month summer offensive against the Baath party government of President Assad.
The Wikileaks website is at the disposal of Western intelligence agencies to spur an assault on Syria and topple the government of President Bashar al-Assad, an analyst says.

“As the NATO alliance inches closer to a military attack on Syria, a new front in the destabilization of the Damascus government has been opened by the intelligence agencies of the Western powers. The vehicle chosen by the CIA and its allies for this new assault is once again the shadowy limited hangout operation calling itself Wikileaks, and its chief spokesman, the Australian Julian Assange,” author and historian Dr. Webster Griffin Tarpley wrote in the article published on Friday.

Tarpley said that Assange and his staffers released “some 2.43 million e-mails by Syrian government officials, politicians, and companies doing business” with Damascus to “discredit the Syrian government, and even more to harass companies in the NATO sphere who are working as contractors for Damascus.”

The emails, 400,000 in Arabic and some 70,000 in Russian, were generated between August 2006 and March 2012, Wikileaks said.

“A case in point is the Italian defense contractor Finmeccanica, which was accused based on these e-mails of supplying 500 radios to the Syrian police through Selex Elsag, a subsidiary company. The Italian radical chic newsweekly L’Espresso, owned by financier Carlo de Benedetti, attempted to make these dealings into a scandal under the headline ‘Finmeccanica helped the dictator’,” he wrote.

“The goal of Wikileaks is obviously to incite public opinion against Finmeccanica and similar companies, and to mobilize parliamentary witch hunts against them for supposedly contributing to repression in Syria,” the historian said.
“If Syria’s Western equipment suppliers can be shut down, then the weapons shipped into Syria by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the other (Persian) Gulf monarchies through the CIA distribution network based in southern Turkey could tip the balance in favor of anarchy,” Tarpley questioned.

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Wikileaks Syria Emails – NATO’s Final Media Card

According to wikileaks Sarah Harrison, SO far these so cold embarrassments ‘Syria’s opponents, are that the emails reveal interactions between western companies http://resistance-episteme.tumblr.com/post/26637468789/rethinking-the-wikilea…

LulzSec was already exposed as an FBI operation earlier this year.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2012/mar/06/lulzsec-sabu-working-for-us-fbi

In a biography about assange by a guardian journalist it is revealed he deliberately with held damaging information about Israel.
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Nasrallah to Assange: Hezbollah talked to Syria opposition; we want dialogue, US & Israel want civil war

Nasrallah to Assange: Hezbollah talked to Syria opposition; we want dialogue, US & Israel want civil war

Hezbollah urged the Syrian opposition to engage in dialogue with Assad’s regime, but they refused. Hezbollah leader Sayyid Nasrallah confirmed this in his first interview in 6 years, the world premiere of Julian Assange’s ‘The World Tomorrow’ on RT.

Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah told Assange that Hezbollah supports Syrian president Bashar al-Assad as Syria supported resistance in Lebanon and “hasn’t backed down in the face of Israeli and American pressure.” 

Nasrallah, a freedom fighter to millions though a terrorist to the US, Israel, Canada and the Netherlands, says Assad’s regime “served the Palestinian cause very well.”

This is why Hezbollah supported the so-called “Arab Spring” in Tunisia, Yemen, Egypt and elsewhere, but when it came to Syria, Hezbollah urged the opposition to engage in dialog with President Bashar al-Assad.

“This is the first time I say this – We contacted […] the opposition to encourage them and to facilitate the process of dialogue with the regime. But they rejected dialogue,” he revealed. “Right from the beginning we have had a regime that is willing to undergo reforms and prepared for dialogue. On the other side you have an opposition which is not prepared for dialogue and it is not prepared to accept reforms. All it wants is to bring down the regime. This is a problem.” Continue reading