It is getting more obvious as the Wikileaks documents come out that some of them must be fake or setup. The reason for this is that a lot of the evidence in the Wikileaks released files contradict previous evidence of certain events.
Yesterday Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad raised concern about the “leaked” documents published by Wikileaks. He claims they are psychological warfare.
One of the biggest inconsistencies about Wikileaks in relation to other sites for instance torrent sites is that the US Department of Homeland Security ceased 76 domains for copyright violation without court orders. If they are so hellbent on censoring certain websites why did they not censor Wikileaks as well? It might be speculation but that is because Wikileaks is going to give them reason to invade Iran.
So like 100’s of other people ask, is Wikileaks part of a bigger conspiracy?
In the United States many things are illegal and starting to be illegal. You cant take a photograph because then you are profiled, you cant disagree with government then you are a terrorist, you cant protect your head when police beat you with battons because then you are resisting arrest. Now to put the cherry on the cake of the police state S510 passes.
There is a lot of controversy and people argue on what can or cant be done under this bill but most people agree that you cant grow your own fruit or vegetable garden in your own backyard.
You can soon view more Panoramio photos on Google Earth, a few days ago they announced that photos from the ocean will be added to Panoramio soon and they are currently working with Google to enhance the Panoramio photos feature in Google Earth.
A few months ago Google launched Google Ocean, you can browse the sea bed on Google Earth by going beneath the water. Since Google launched Google Ocean there’s been loads of new interesting kml files on the internet where you can see things beneath and in the ocean.
Some of the enhancements since Google Earth got the extra ocean layers is surf spots, research, dive spots and other things.
North Korea fired around 200 artillery shells onto the a South Korean Island where more or less 1300 people live. The Island in the far north of South Korea and very close to the North Korean border was basically on fire. Houses was on fire, people were in panic and two South Korean soldiers died from the attack.
South Korea is now in the highest non-war military alert possible
Border arguements between North Korea and South Korea is nothing new but today’s fire exchange is the worst in the last 60 years since the 1950’s war between the two countries.
South Korea’s president fled to a undergound bunker at an undiclosed location where he addressed the nation.
At around 2:34pm the bombing began lasting for some time setting everything and everywhere it lands on fire.
The attack has many suggested reasons, one being that North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong 2nd is taking over and has to show some form of power. He has to get some credibility for his badges and this is what many suspect is behind the attacks.
13 people, mostly marines were also injured in the attacks.
South Korea’s president Lee Myung-bak ordered his military to strike if North Korea shows any more provocation.
Google Streetview is now in Germany’s 20 largest cities including Berlin and Hamburg and can be seen both on Google Earth and Google maps. Two weeks ago Google launched streetview in Oberstaufen and showed some blurred houses, now you can view much more of the country.
It almost feels like you are in Germany as you "walk" through the streets of Berlin and see some of the city’s best tourist attractions.
Winnie the Pooh is one of the most widely loved animated character. For the first time since 1977 The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Disney has made a original Pooh movie that mainly features Pooh. There are one instance on the sidelines of when Eeyore looses his tail but the story continues to follows Pooh bear.
But what is exciting everyone about the latest Pooh film is they are returning to line drawings even keeping the original look and colours used from the Winnie the Pooh original drawings and films. Not sure why Disney did a turnaround from their 3D version and modernised Pooh for the 2D older hand drawn look, no matter what they reasons are, it seems to be working. The range of interest for the film has expanded due to this. Maybe adults preferred the classic Pooh because the newer version was to much like a toddler daytime programme, one thing is certain there are big support out there for 2011 Winnie the Pooh.
John Cleese narrates the film while Jim Cummings is the voice of both Winnie the Pooh and bouncy Tigger; Tom Kenny as the industrious Rabbit and Craig Ferguson as wise old Owl. Travis Oates returns as the voice of tiny Piglet and Peter Cullen as the voice to the sombre Eeyore.
This movie is a must see for anyone who grew up with Winnie Pooh and is a fan of the lovable bear who lives in the Hundred Acre Wood.
The Department of Home Affairs yesterday announced that “refugees” and asylum permit holders can now open banks accounts. That is great but what is not great is that the tax payers of South Africa will now have to feed or “support” another couple of thousand people as the South African government also gave the refugees access to social services.
Now what does that mean? Well it means that they can get disability grants, old age grands, child support grants. It means that the couple of tax payers left in the country now has more weight on their shoulders.
The department of Home affairs director general, Mkuseli Apleni said that
“This would be in line with international practice and conventions to help create a climate in which refugees and asylum permit holders can live their lives in dignity while engaging in economic activities to lead normal lives like the rest of the citizenry.”
“once you are granted a refugee or asylum status you qualify for all the rights in the country except the right to vote”.
Now if these were normal refugees maybe the citizens of South Africa would feel different but they are mostly Zimbabweans, that of which Jacob Zuma and their dictating “president” held hands and looked like two school children on a secret date.
South Africa supports Robert Mugabe’s regime, now we all support his dictatorship whether we like it or not. Will this move encourage even more xenophobia?