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Statement of Principles
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londtekra Offline

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Post: #11
RE: Statement of Principles
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08-20-2013 08:35 AM
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darkhorse Offline

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Joined: Mar 2013
Post: #12
RE: Statement of Principles
Thank you for your support, afriend.

I want to personally thank everyone who drops in regularly to read, without posting. There's a pretty decent readership, particularly in relation to posts on particular subjects.

Feel free to disagree with anything I write in my original posts, even to tell me I'm full of it.

The insidious attacks from WikiLeaks Forum have not weakened my resolve to provide a viable alternative for people, free from government interference.

If you are confused as to which forum WikiLeaks was referring to when he described 'Wikileaks Forum' as a 'Fraud', don't worry, as the Administrator of 'WikiLeaks Forum' WANTS you to be confused. That way you can be controlled.

As you may have noticed, this forum, (WikiLeaks Supporters Forum) commenced in March, 2013. The name was chosen to leave no doubt as to pretence to it's being run by Wikileaks. The name was also chosen as a statement of commitment to a position of (informed) support.

As a tactic to corner the market on Wikileaks-related forums and stop an honest forum developing, the discredited Wikileaks Forum has been using a number of different names which are posted, simultaneously, on the forum banners.

With the emergence of Wikileaks Supporters Forum, the proprietor of Wikileaks Forum is now using this name as well.

The reason for all this is to prevent consumers having access to an honest forum which supports Julian Assange and for the Administrator to use his forum to make money. (See posts and tweets of @Greekemmy for detailed information).

On 31 October, 2013, Wikileaks issued the following opinion and warning:


The Proprietor of Wikileaks Forum, call it what you will, baits supporters and potential supporters of Wikileaks, by posting Wikileaks-related and often favourable material and claiming to be a supporter in order to add them to his audience. He then actively and viciously disparages Julian Assange, using a number of different forum identities, pretending to be in conversation, to create an impression of consensus. The purpose is to destroy Wikileaks and Julian Assange using a classic 'bait and switch' tactic.

Whether this is done for purely twisted personal reasons, or because the forum is under the control of US Intelligence, is unconfirmed. There is much evidence to support the latter contention.

In any case they are not to be trusted.
11-01-2013 07:42 AM
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