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Forum Post: Wikileaks – “Cableweek” Planned For November 28th Anniversary Of Cablegate

Posted 9 years ago on Oct. 14, 2012, 2:07 p.m. EST by jtland (30)
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Wikileaks Supporters Plan Cablegate Anniversary Celebration CABLEWEEK - November 28 – December 5, 2012

Join millions of WikiLeaks supporters in a global effort to analyse:

Cablegate The Afghan War Logs Global Intelligence Files The Spy Files The Syria Files The WikiLeaks Archive November 28 will mark the second anniversary of Cablegate.

Justice is in YOUR hands now.

You can continue the investigation: TWEET your discoveries and include a link to the release. Share your findings on FACEBOOK and encourage others to share.{ Bring your FAMILY and FRIENDS together to participate in CABLEWEEK.”

Cableweek – Anniversary of Cablegate

November 28th marks the anniversary of Cablegate. Cablegate in the name coined for Wikileaks mass-release of classified United States embassy cables. Cablegate provided an unprecedented look at the innerworking of the United states Secretary Of State and foreign embassies.

The week of November 28th has been declared “Cableweek” – a week of investigative analysis of Wikileaks cables. The goal of Cableweek, other than celebrating an anniversary, is to attempt to analyse and present new information within the cables.

Mysteries Of Cablegate

Although Cablegate has been analyzed by many forms of media, activists groups and other entities, the sheer-volume of information released leaves much of it overlooked. Many stories have also not been reported by mainstream media outlets leaving a lot of what has been discovered untold to the masses.

Learn more on the Wikileaks release:

Cableweek website


The Cable Drum

Wikileaks Press

This Day In Wikileaks

Cablegate Search

Share what you’ve learned

Share what you’ve discovered on Votepedia

Cableweek is an opportunity to spread awareness of the good, the bad and the interesting that can be found in Cablegate.

Votepedia is a nonpartisan political social networking site dedicated to empowering our users by giving them the platform to voice their opinions and be heard! We would love to hear about all the Cableweek discoveries.

Share them with us, and we will help promote them! Good luck, and happy Cableweek to everyone this November!




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[-] 2 points by shadz66 (19985) 9 years ago

Good post & Solidarity @ Julian Assange.

Julian Assange should have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and by ignoring him and his plight and the impact & consequences of all that he has done so much to bring light to, The 'Ignoble' Nobel Committee have shown themselves for what they are - Co-Opted Establishment Politicians.

I append links to 5/6 of the websites you list - 'The Cable Drum' was not locatable.

fiat lux ...

[-] 2 points by jtland (30) 9 years ago

read, share, discuss...