Did The Guardian persuade Assange to publish WikiLeaks data?

If you have 15 minutes spare, do watch of this video clip. It appears to lay bare The Guardian’s less than passive role in the WikiLeaks release of US diplomatic cables.

Far from being a mere bystander that published the information, it actively pushed for the information to be exposed to further its continuing anti-American campaign while planning to get a world exclusive. The clip also reminds us of that paper’s track record of dishonesty and fabrication on other matters.

And The Guardian is second to none when it comes to hypocrisy, such as writing stories about companies that avoid paying UK Corporation Tax but not mentioning the fact The Guardian itself made a £300m profit in 2008 and paid £0 in Corporation Tax.

2 Responses to “Did The Guardian persuade Assange to publish WikiLeaks data?”


  1. 1 Lenny 07/01/2011 at 9:40 pm

    I was somewhat reluctant to watch this video – 15 minutes is more time than I have to spend on this stuff, but I did so. And I see why it’s worth every second of those 15 minutes. This expose needs wide distribution. It blows the Guardian Newspaper apart. Disgraceful.


  1. 1 Keeping an eye on the ball « Autonomous Mind Trackback on 09/08/2011 at 11:18 pm
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