Wikileaks – Zimbabwe displaces 25000 people to mine for diamonds, army forces villagers to mine

A Wikileaks cable revealed that around 25000 people were displaced because the Zimbabwe military wanted to clear the area for diamond mining. The area was labeled as “government reserve area” and then the people were to be moved to a “farm” where they were to be provided with tents.

The area is bigger than several hundred square kilometers where the diamond mine was said to be and the area where the villagers were to be moved to was said to be “just rough bush” in the cable.

A Russian gold company then found gold at the location where the villagers were to be moved and then “Consequently, the military is now seeking an alternate relocation site for the villagers.”

The cable also explained of villagers being forced to feed the army and the army forced the villagers dig for diamonds.

The cable dates back to 2009.

The mentioned area in the cable was Marange.

The cable also explained that the reason for this was that Mugabe wanted to use the diamonds to “bail out the failed Zimbabwean economy”.

Brazil approves $178million budget for promoting “Schools Without Homophobia”

Brazil approved a $178 million budget to promote homosexual lifestyle and to fight “homophobia”. The program dubbed “Brazil without homophobia” will cypher the money to homosexual organization in order to promote the program.

The money will also be used to initiate the “Homophobia law” that makes it illegal to speak against homosexuals in the country. It does not end there. Brazil will use the money to promote “schools without homophobia” program that tries to teach children that homophobia is normal and should be accepted.

Many Brazil organizations and family groups have condemned the programs.

Anonymous launches Operation Leakspin

The battle continues for the freedom of information against those that attempt to censor the truth. The non-group Anonymous is launching their newest attack called operation “Leakspin”.

The operation is to take cables that did or does not get enough attention and spread them everywhere. “All the world will know about the injustices perpetrated on the people by governments worldwide.”

The idea has seen massive response thus far and cables that did not get any attention are already getting much more exposure than they did a when they were launched.

One person dies of swine flu in Jerusalem

Swine flue killed one person in Jerusalem today as the flu strikes back. The man was first quarantined and treated but later died. He was booked in on Thursday after testing positive for swine flu.

Swine flu also resurfaced in Finland and infected many in the Parola Armoured Brigade of the army. There are seven cases of H1N1 AND THERE ARE MORE THAN 200 people suffering with symptoms.

4.9 Magnitude Earthquake hits California

A moderate 4.9 magnitude earthquake hit California at around 12:52 UTC time. The earthquake hit at a depth of 10km and was 21km away from Gua. No damage to buildings were reported and no injuries were reported.

This earthquake is above average for the location and might be a sign of bigger earthquakes to come.

The earthquake was measured and recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey

Cyber war, army of hackers – Words to get used to

Many mainstream news outlets are now carrying on with the propaganda war, they are making the people ready to accept “security measures” long planned before Wikileaks even existed. Those security measures will obviously cost you more freedoms like all things security in the United States.

The reason Obama is so silent on the current “war” going on online is because he is sitting back, relaxing and waiting for the dust to settle. Then he will bring out those new online security measures to protect the “citizens of the world” from attacks.

The real cyber war is being waged against the average law abiding citizen that will soon see security measures to keep them safe because the internet is a dangerous place afterall.

We will see Obama, the hero will come help us all and bring in security measures that will crush Anonymous but off course that will require you to either get a licence to browse or a real internet ID. Maybe in the near future security will be so good you will have to log on to the internet with a chip embedded in your arm, that way no one can steal your details.

Obviously there is lot of sarcasm in this article but be ready because new security measures that will once again lessen your freedoms are coming very soon and if we look at people like Lieberman then we see there is entire queues waiting to bring out new “safety measures” that will “protect you” from information mostly that is.


Wikileaks "aware" of Anonymous attacks

Wikileaks said they neither condemn nor appluad the attacks against Mastercard, Paypal and and that the attacks is a reflection of public opinion.


Wikileaks is aware that several government agencies and corporations, including the Swedish prosecutor, Mastercard, PayPal and have come under cyber-attack in recent days, and have often been driven offline as a result.

The attacks are of a similar nature to those received – and endured – by the Wikileaks website over the past week, since the publication of the first of 250,000 US Embassy Cables.

These denial of service attacks are believed to have originated from an internet gathering known as Anonymous. This group is not affiliated with Wikileaks. There has been no contact between any Wikileaks staffer and anyone at Anonymous. Wikileaks has not received any prior notice of any of Anonymous’ actions.

Wikileaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson said: “We neither condemn nor applaud these attacks. We believe they are a reflection of public opinion on the actions of the targets.”

Ron Paul defends Wikileaks on House Floor

Congressman Ron Paul addressed the house about Wikileaks. He stated that the attack on Julian Assange is like killing the messenger for bringing bad news and gave them nine questions to consider:

Number 1: Do the America People deserve know the truth regarding the ongoing wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen?

Number 2: Could a larger question be how can an army private access so much secret information?

Number 3: Why is the hostility directed at Assange, the publisher, and not at our governments failure to protect classified information?

Number 4: Are we getting our moneys worth of the 80 Billion dollars per year spent on intelligence gathering?

Number 5: Which has resulted in the greatest number of deaths: lying us into war or Wikileaks revelations or the release of the Pentagon Papers?

Number 6: If Assange can be convicted of a crime for publishing information that he did not steal, what does this say about the future of the first amendment and the independence of the internet?

Number 7: Could it be that the real reason for the near universal attacks on Wikileaks is more  about secretly maintaining a seriously flawed foreign policy of empire than it is about national security?

Number 8: Is there not a huge difference between releasing secret information to help the enemy in a time of declared war, which is treason, and the releasing of information to expose our government lies that promote secret wars, death and corruption?

Number 9: Was it not once considered patriotic to stand up to our government when it is wrong?

Thomas Jefferson had it right when he advised ‘Let the eyes of vigilance never be closed’

“Some Questions To Consider” Ron Paul Defends WikiLeaks “Killing The Messenger For Bad News”

Chavez plans to censor the internet

President Hugo Chavez plans to censor the internet in his country Venezuela under a new law that will go to parliament next week. The president’s lawmakers claim the move is to protect citizens but it would result in something worse than China’s great firewall.

Like usual tyranical goverments, the bill wants to protect people and especially the president because the bill will “restrict” websites that incite violence against the semi dictator.

Venezuela is already on the downward path of media censorship and this will just move things quicker to a locked out society.

South Africa's top Google Searches for 2010

Here are South Africa’s top searches made in 2010, some of them are bizarre while others we think should be there are’nt. Obviously Julius Malema takes the top spot when it comes to politicians because of his various hate speeches.

No comment on Justin Bieber while the other usuals also make the list.

See the list:

Global fastest rising queries, 2010

1. chatroulette
2. Ipad
3. justin bieber
4. nicki minaj
5. Friv
6. Mixer
7. katy perry
8. Twitter
9. Gamezer
10. facebook

Fastest rising searches, South Africa, 2010

1. justin bieber
2. nicki minaj
3. Toptv
4. Locnville
5. die antwoord
6. yahoo sign in
7. powerball results
8. south Africa
9. moshi monsters
10. afrihost

7. Popular searches, South Africa, 2010

1. Facebook
2. Gmail
3. Google
4. Gumtree
5. Jobs
6. Yahoo
7. YouTube
8. Absa
9. Games
10. News

Fastest rising searches, people, South Africa, 2010

1. justin bieber
2. nicki minaj
3. jack parow
4. Drake
5. julius Malema
6. Shakira
7. kim kardashian
8. cristiano ronaldo
9. Eminem
10. lil wayne

Fastest rising politician searches, South Africa, 2010

1. Julius Malema
2. Nelson Mandela
3. Jacob Zuma
4. Thabo Mbeki
5. Helen Zille
6. Fikile Mbalula
7. Patricia de Lille
8. Siyabonga Cwele
9. Nathi Mthethwa
10. Siphiwe Nyanda

Fastest rising news searches, South Africa, 2010

1. Haiti
2. malema Julius
3. Earthquake
4. Bafana
5. nelson Mandela
6. world cup
7. cape town
8. Soccer
9. Zuma
10. kaizer chiefs

Top mobile searches, South Africa, 2010

1. Facebook
2. Mxit
3. Lyrics
4. Games
5. Love
6. Gmail
7. mp3
8. Music
9. Jobs
10. news

Fastest rising song lyrics searches, South Africa, 2010

1. Airplanes lyrics
2. Bedrock lyrics
3. Deuces lyrics
4. Justin Bieber lyrics
5. Lyrics waka waka
6. not afraid lyrics
7. omg lyrics
8. pyramid lyrics
9. rude boy lyrics
10. stereo love lyrics

Fastest rising World Cup searches, South Africa, 2010

1. Bafana bafana squad
2. brazil soccer team
3. flags of countries
4. park and ride
5. shakira waka waka
6. world cup octopus
7. world cup concert
8. fan parks
9. world cup flags
10. world cup songs