I'm working on posting Wikileaks Cablegate to Freenet. Please install Freenet and run it, and leave your computer on.
Freenet is a P2P filesharing system that is more secure that bittorrent. To install it go to freenetproject.org.
Freenet works by encrypting files, possibly breaking them up into chunks, and spreading them across nodes. Files are identified by keys, which are sometimes constructed from nodes, but can also be random.
Requests for files are distributed across nodes, and migrate away from you to the node with the file - and then the file is returned to you via multiple nodes. So it's difficult to trace who is requesting, and who is receiving.
A post later will have two keys for two versions of the wikileaks cablegate site.
By requesting these files through Freenet, you will help propagate copies of the wikileaks cablegate site.
by foward observer
Saturday, Dec. 04, 2010 at 7:04 AM
gosh how embarrassing! all this naughty traffic intercepted by "just one lone blah blah, whatever!" and his sidekick, Assange or something. Who the entire CIA NSA Interpol etc. etc. can't find or track or anything! While he jaunts around the world funded by who knows whom. what we interestingly find, however is a curious absence of diplomatic intercepts concerning a certain mad dog, nuclear armed middle eastern state which constantly engages in full mechanized assaults towards its neighbors...and full scale mechanized assaults towards its majority Muslim prisoner population... I wonder why that may be. we do know that the majority of electronic communications go through Amdox* type routers.
*http://www.amdocs.com/ * Congress hides Israeli telecom spying, permits ‘classified *** Senate debates FISA retroactive telecom amnesty this week, could connect Israel to foreign telecom spying documented by French intelligence, Fox News. -- Washington—July 9, 2008—TomFlocco.com—According to Fox News, “virtually all records and billing in the U.S. are done for the telephone companies by Amdocs Ltd., an Israeli-based private telecommunication company, contracting with the 25 biggest phone companies in America, and more worldwide,” said Fox chief political correspondent Carl Cameron in a four-part series—the video and transcript content of which were removed from Fox’s website after both were preserved by internet sources
by foward observer
Sunday, Dec. 05, 2010 at 12:40 AM
this Assange guy discounts the 11 Sept truth movement as a 'silly distraction' he also says Ossama Bin Lauden is alive and well and conveniently now in Iran. or Pakistan. and is now seemingly a media darling as a bad boy. Amazing how much air time is being devoted to this awful security leak. Ha. I believe this 'information' 'leak' is a new attempt to substitute another crafted viewpoint in order to provide a controlled public mindset to replace the now discredited commercial media.
This one was just out on FMS. FMS is the Freenet Messaging System, an application that works almost like a message forum.... but decentralized. It functions by copying anonymous lists of messages created by authors, and then threading them together into conversations.
Download this link to help it propagate through the network.
It's been a couple years since I was on Freenet, and the system progresses, slowly, but progresses. Freenet Message System is very interesting - it's a message board/usenet type forum system. People create identities and discuss whatever... but there is NO CENTRAL SERVER TO HOLD THE DATA.
Many boards are freedom oriented. Many are discussing illegal copying of (lame and boring) traditional big media artifacts. A few are creepy. You can choose not to download the messages you don't want, which is most of it. You never automatically download the content. (By not downloading, you don't contribute to the spread of that information.)
To get the FMS, you go to "Discussion -> Forums" menu on your local freenet page.
From there, you click on "FMS", and then wait for FMS to load. On the FMS page is a download link for your system (Windows,Linux,Mac). Start the download and wait a few minutes. You'll get an FMS you can use to read the boards.
Keep FMS running so it can copy the messages. It'll take a while.
Over time, more boards will be added. You can enable them via the "Control Boards" link. I enabled them all to read what they're about. Then, disabled them as I found ones I didn't care for.
by foward observer
Sunday, Dec. 05, 2010 at 7:10 PM
what intercepts are you talking about? the redactions in the selected 'leaks' alone shows a cherry picked and modified selection. All the dirt was on everyone. But Israel. And boy, is Israel ever crowing about it. They so clever....
Have you started using Freenet? If so, please reply to this thread. Thanks.
Would you want to see the IMC in Freenet? It's possible to create some software that will upload articles posted here onto Freenet. It would be independent of the IMC. It would just monitor the site and insert articles, and produce an updated Freesite with the content.
Another good feature would be to create an LA IMC "forum" and then copy posts from there into LA IMC automatically. The way to do this would be for anonymous authors to create a pool of freenet "author" freesites. Anonymous posts could be syndicated to LA IMC.
A big university recently advised that students not link to Wikileaks, lest the action be recorded by the Feds and be included in their permanent record as evidence of "poor judgment" when protecting state secrets.
(Like the big secret that a lot of "diplomacy" is weeding out really stupid decisions. Ironic.)
If you fear for your future as a cog in the system, or just want to be a little safer from the snoops and spooks who work for DHS, you should use Tor.
Tor is proxy system that helps to anonymize your web browsing.
Go to the link below to get the software. What it does is route your request to many Tor servers. It can also turn your computer into a Tor server.
What the web server sees is many requests coming from many different IP addresses. You're harder to track.
by foward observer
Monday, Dec. 06, 2010 at 1:42 AM
It looks as if there is a scramble to hide the curious fact that even though Israel has played a huge part of the diplomatic traffic; none of this traffic shows up in this document dump. It's like Israel and the constant aggression towards its neighbors was never discussed. Yup, this is an Israeli/CIA Xmas tree. And since none of the points I've brought up has been addressed, we can use the old adage of silence=confirmation. ...now waiting for the now compulsive cover-up ( by the promoters of this new psyop ) to hide this remark...
This is a comment system called babcom, which is a decentralized, anonymous, encrypted, troll-resistant, comment system
that runs atop Freenet. These comments are not stored on this IMC server - they exist in the Freenet cloud, and you
must be running Freenet and Sone to see the comments. Install Freenet and try it out.
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