Wikileaks Prepares to Change History: Next release is 7x the size of the Iraq War Logs

22 Nov, 2010

Wikileaks the #1 whist-blower website, that released the Afghan War Logs with around 90 thousand of secret U.S. Military documents and then the 400 thousands of Iraq War Logs which were considered the largest Military leaks in history has said over Twitter:

“Next release is 7x the size of the Iraq War Logs. intense pressure over it for months. Keep us strong http://is.gd/hzbIa

and then the next tweet:

“The coming months will see a new world, where global history is redefined. Keep us strong: http://is.gd/hzbIa”

What does that mean? What type of release Wikileaks will publish?

It was rumored that the American hero  U.S  intelligence analyst Private Bradley Manning has sent to the site a complete cash of US Embassy Cables in the Arab World. Wikileaks posted on Torrent its encrypted insurance files, with around 15 GB, that files has been download over 100,000 times.

So does that mean the next release will have that cash? Will the release have video footage of Iraqi male and female prisoners being rapped by US soldiers?

All we can say it will be massive, and nothing like before and might come with names! that might mean an end to many proxy dictatorships in the Middle East.

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  1. wikileaker  |  November 22nd, 2010 at 11:06 PM #

    Wikileaks indeed will change history, i suspect the next release will expose CIA crimes and colonial control in the Middle East.

    We enjoy with you Julian in crushing those bastards.
    Asang for EU presidency.

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