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Know Wikileaks cables ,documents expose Pakistan, Iran , Russia and other nations WikiLeaks USA Embassy Cables: New Documents Released –

Know Wikileaks cables ,documents expose Pakistan, Iran , Russia and other nations WikiLeaks USA Embassy Cables: New Documents Released –

WikiLeaks is an organization which tells the people about the government or secret documents which governments or politicians do not want public to know.

More than 250,000 dispatches reveal US foreign strategies
Diplomats ordered to spy on allies as well as enemies

On its Twitter feed Wikileaks said: "We are currently under a mass distributed denial of service attack."

Wikileaks added that several newspapers would go ahead and publish secret United States documents even if the website crashed.

The latest leak is expected to publish US embassy reports on other countries and the website said it would be bigger than recent leaks on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Below are a selection of the documents cables that WikiLeaks has released through some of the leading newspapers and publications in the world.

Below are the important and current wikileak cables documents

The New York Times and The Guardian have published classified State Department documents provided to them by the online website WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks also provided the documents to Spain's El Pais, France's Le Monde, and Germany's Der Spiegel.

It is reported by huffingtonpost that WikiLeaks said in its Twitter feed that it was experiencing a denial of service attack.

The New York Times reported that –

The cables, a huge sampling of the daily traffic between the State Department and some 270 embassies and consulates, amount to a secret chronicle of the United States’ relations with the world in an age of war and terrorism.

A dangerous standoff with Pakistan over nuclear fuel: Since 2007, the United States has mounted a highly secret effort, so far unsuccessful; to remove from a Pakistani research reactor highly enriched uranium that American officials fear could be diverted for use in an illicit nuclear device.

In May 2009, Ambassador Anne W. Patterson reported that Pakistan was refusing to schedule a visit by American technical experts because, as a Pakistani official said, “if the local media got word of the fuel removal, ‘they certainly would portray it as the United States taking Pakistan’s nuclear weapons,’ he argued.”

Suspicions of corruption in the Afghan government: When Afghanistan’s vice president visited the United Arab Emirates last year; local authorities working with the Drug Enforcement Administration discovered that he was carrying $52 million in cash. With wry understatement, a cable from the American Embassy in Kabul called the money “a significant amount” that the official, Ahmed Zia Massoud, “was ultimately allowed to keep without revealing the money’s origin or destination.”

A global computer hacking effort: China’s Politburo directed the intrusion into Google’s computer systems in that country, a Chinese contact told the American Embassy in Beijing in January, one cable reported. The Google hacking was part of a coordinated campaign of computer sabotage carried out by government operatives, private security experts and Internet outlaws recruited by the Chinese government. They have broken into American government computers and those of Western allies, the Dalai Lama and American businesses since 2002, cables said.

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Monarch of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah said that President Asif Ali Zardari of Pakistan the greatest obstacle to that country’s progress. “When the head is rotten,” he said, “it affects the whole body.”

Ahmed Wali Karzai, the half brother of the Afghan president and a power broker in the Taliban’s home turf of Kandahar.
Cable Note: While we must deal with AWK as the head of the Provincial Council, he is widely understood to be corrupt and a narcotics trafficker.”

The cables also contain American intelligence assessment of Iran’s missile program. They reveal for the first time that the United States believes that Iran has obtained advanced missiles from North Korea that could let it strike at Western European capitals and Moscow and help it develop more formidable long-range ballistic missiles

In December 2005, the Saudi king expressed his anger that the Bush administration had ignored his advice against going to war.
According to a cable from the American Embassy in Riyadh, the king argued “that whereas in the past the U.S., Saudi Arabia and Saddam Hussein had agreed on the need to contain Iran, U.S. policy had now given Iraq to Iran as a ‘gift on a golden platter.’ ”

Iran obtained 19 of the missiles from North Korea, according to a cable dated Feb. 24 of this year.
BM-25 is longer and heavier, and carries more fuel, giving it a range of up to 2,000 miles.
The missiles could for the first time give Iran the capacity to strike at capitals in Western Europe or at Moscow, and American officials warned that their advanced propulsion could speed Iran’s development of intercontinental ballistic missiles.

One cable provides an assessment of President Obama.
"Thank God for bringing Obama to the presidency," Saudi Arabia's King Abdulluh told White House counterterrorism adviser John Brennan in March 2009.
Obama's victory has created "great hope" in the Muslim world, he continued. "May God grant him strength and patience.
May God protect him. I'm concerned about his personal safety.
America and the world need such a president."

11- USA, UK, Pakistan
Grave fears in Washington and London over the security of Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme, with officials warning that as the country faces economic collapse, government employees could smuggle out enough nuclear material for terrorists to build a bomb.

12- USA, China, Google
How the hacker attacks which forced Google to quit China in January were orchestrated by a senior member of the Politburo who typed his own name into the global version of the search engine and found articles criticizing him personally.

13- USA, Russia
Allegations that Russia and its intelligence agencies are using mafia bosses to carry out criminal operations, with one cable reporting that the relationship is so close that the country has become a "virtual mafia state".

14 – UK, USA
One cable speaks about political criticisms of David Cameron to requests for specific intelligence about individual MPs.

15 – USA , Yemen
One cable reveals that Yemeni president Abdullah Saleh said: "We'll continue saying they are our bombs, not yours."

16- USA, Libya
One cable reveals that Libya's Muammar Gaddafi, is accompanied everywhere by a "voluptuous blonde" Ukrainian nurse.

17- Iran and USA
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is referred to as "Hitler" while President Nicolas Sarkozy of France is called a "naked emperor"
The documents also say that North Korean leader Kim Jong -il suffers from epilepsy

18 - USA and Germany
The German Chancellor is referred to as Angela "Teflon" Merkel and Afghan President Hamid Karzai is "driven by paranoia"

19- USA and Russia
US officials referred to Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin as an "Alpha Male," while President Dmitry Medvedev is "afraid, hesitant."

20 – USA and President Obama
Der Spiegel also quoteed the State Department as saying that President Barack Obama "prefers to look East rather than West," and "has no feelings for Europe".

2,278 cables are from the US mission in Kathmandu, 3,325 from Colombo, and 2,220 from Islamabad.

22 - USA and India
there are more than 3000 classified cables are from the US Embassy in New Delhi.
This will be released in the next leak.
American government has already informed, warned to Indian Government.

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Insignia November 29, 2010  

Aaah I was waiting for this. And you get it here. Bravo! Thanks. This seems more juicy than Bollywood gossips. Lets see what else is revealed.

Kirtivasan Ganesan November 29, 2010  

Biggest leak ever from Wikileaks.

Telepathy works. It does. Long live USA.

sm,  November 29, 2010  


sm,  November 29, 2010  


Bikram November 29, 2010  

yeah i just heard today on the news .. did not understand much then but now it makes all sense ..

sm,  November 29, 2010  


chitra November 29, 2010  

I knew you would write about this, among the ones you have mentioned, had heard only abt the Chinese one.

sm,  November 29, 2010