WikiLeaks & SRI LANKA       -      "A LEGITIMATE RESPONSE TO UNPROFESSIONAL DIPLOMACY"

As you all know, Wikileaks recently released US diplomatic confidential briefings exchanged between the State Department in Washington and the embassies in other countries throughout the world. Among them, there are many cables exchanged between the State department of Washington and the American embassy in Sri Lanka.
According to Wikileaks, the US diplomatic body in Sri Lanka and other interested parties had acted with anger, hatred trying to settle their political scores against Sri Lanka and have given no room for the truth.
Consequences of this unacceptable behavior, are now experienced by the Sri Lankans; for a crime which they have not created. As a matter of fact, they have a right to speak against this injustice.

This segment -
"a legitimate response to unprofessional diplomacy" takes facts one by one providing a true insight to the issue and speaks to the whole world on Sri Lankans’ behalf.



WikiLeaks keeps on publishing despite arrest

2010-12-13

Julian Assange through his WikiLeaks website promises greater government transparency. But his document dumps have angered officials around the world. US Senator Joseph Lieberman has pressured internet companies to withdraw their services from WikiLeaks. Rather than protect internet freedom, Amazon and PayPal have willingly complied with US demands. Assange is the subject of death threats. Some government officials say he should be assassinated. Sarah Palin said he should be hunted down like a terrorist.

Efforts to take down WikiLeaks have proven futile, thanks to mirror sites. Meanwhile, Assange has been arrested in the UK on rape charges. He has vowed to release more documents in a ‘nuclear’ option if arrested or killed.
 
courtesy: NEXT MEDIA ANIMATION

Wikileaks reveals US’ undiplomatic side

2010-12-11

Whistleblower website Wikileaks has created a media storm after releasing 250,000 classified US diplomatic documents. Details of the papers reveal scathing criticism of many world leaders by US diplomats.

courtesy: NEXT MEDIA ANIMATION

 
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