WikiRebels – The Documentary (4/4)

WikiRebels - The Documentary (4/4)



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“Exclusive rough-cut of first in-depth documentary on WikiLeaks and the people behind it!

From summer 2010 until now, Swedish Television has been following the secretive media network WikiLeaks and its enigmatic Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange.

Reporters Jesper Huor and Bosse Lindquist have traveled to key countries where WikiLeaks operates, interviewing top members, such as Assange, new Spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson, as well as people like Daniel Domscheit-Berg who now is starting his own version – Openleaks.org!

Where is the secretive organization heading? Stronger than ever, or broken by the US? Who is Assange: champion of freedom, spy or rapist? What are his objectives? What are the consequences for the internet?”

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21 thoughts on “WikiRebels – The Documentary (4/4)”

  1. This is BS…. this is what happens to all whistle blowers… something is always done to discredit them… even murdering them or incarcerating them for life….. don't believe the vengeful governments.

  2. riight usa "the most open country in the history of the world" my ass, there is no country in the world with more secrets and corruption in the world than that shithole of a country

  3. anyone who think wikileaks is evil is mentally handicapped. Why condemn the release of the information when the information should not be there to find? why not condemn the action?

  4. Sabotage – it's one of the oldest and most obvious political weapons to discredit someone who is saying something you don't like…and that is all the rape charges were.

  5. christian whiten biggest douche ever, the US thinks they are the biggest and best country in the world, most people don't actually like the US, their like that cocky kid at school the bullies the small kids to make themselves feel better. karma's a bitch and from the lots of things its about to bit them in the ass, nice credit rating USA bahahahha suck shit

  6. @Nautilus1972 do you have any sources or papers on it to support 95%? Would be interresting to see.
    I've guestimated the mainstream's width to be about 90% in Norway (where i live) based on personal experience, and more in the ballpark of 80-85% in the (born in) 1980-1995 generations as being a non-conformist became more acceptable and growing up with computers broadens the horizon.
    I'm still worried about "the power of stupid people in large numbers".

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