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“All of them, those in power, and those who want the power, would pamper us, if we agreed to overlook their crookedness by wilfully restricting our activities.” — “Refus Global“, Paul-Émile Borduas

This site aggregates and indexes the U.S. diplomatic cables published by Wikileaks since November 2010. If you consider these documents and Wikileaks’ numerous other published leaks are of public interest, and make you better informed, you might wish to support Wikileaks through donations.

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Source: Latest database content based on a snapshot of Cryptome’s z.7z as of Thu, 8 Sep 2011, 13:29:00 UTC.
Credits: Mootools for Javascript framework; MooTools-DatePicker for the neat date picker; Open Icon Library for the some of the icons used on this page; Cabletags, for its definitions of cable tags; Stephen Woodbridge for his PHP port of Double Metaphone algorithm.
Notes: This work (available on Github), is a way to express support for Wikileaks, following Canadian Tom Flanagan’s suggestion that Julian Assange should be assassinated.
Reminder: “Eight Smears and Misconceptions About WikiLeaks Spread By the Media”