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The fallout gets real
Posted: 15 January 2011

As the leaks permeate the fabric of government and change public perception the impact is getting real - in the most unlikely places! It may be possible that 'The West' may at least see some of the consequences of the Wikileaks phenomenon as positive?

'First Wikileaks Revolution': Tunisia riots blamed on cables which revealed country's corruption
15 January 2011
Revolution: President Ben Ali has gone into exile after angry demonstrations turned to riots following the Wikileaks' publication of cables detailing ...
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Wolfgang Grulke Dominic Lawson writing in today's Sunday Times: "whatever one thinks of Assange's motives and methods, however, he has a valuable insight into the almost painfully transparent nature of 21st century society".
Posted: 30 January 2011 at 12:41
Wolfgang Grulke Interesting views on where the Wikileaks saga goes from here - read this http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/jan/28/wikileaks-julian-assange-alan-rusbridger
Posted: 29 January 2011 at 10:57
Robert Benjamin Che Guavara accurately defined the preset conditions for social revolutions - because the West failed to stabilize the global economy, the world is ready now. Hand pick the "ripe" countries; Ireland, Spain, Greece, Iceland, and the list is growing. Why Tunisia? Why Egypt? Why now? Could Saudi Arabia be next?
Posted: 26 January 2011 at 14:47
Doug Vining Heard on Twitter: "Egyptian stock market crashing. Loses 21 billion pounds in first 15 minutes of trading". Wow! Egypt is Africa's second biggest economy, almost as big as South Africa and way bigger than Nigeria.
Posted: 26 January 2011 at 11:37
Wolfgang Grulke Now Egypt's caught in the populist transparency movement - "Cairo protesters in violent clashes with police
Egyptian protesters call for end to Hosni Mubarak's rule and hail 'first day of revolution'"
Posted: 26 January 2011 at 10:39
Wolfgang Grulke The 'fashion' for openness now hits the mid-east conflict! Read this http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jan/23/palestine-papers-expose-peace-concession
Posted: 24 January 2011 at 10:57
Doug Vining Indeed. Some people thought that Wikileaks MindBullet was flippant or nonsense, but now it looks like something similar might arise even sooner than the 2013 dateline; perhaps not in the US?
Posted: 15 January 2011 at 11:00
Anton Musgrave Interesting that personal growth always comes with vulnerability! Will Governments experience the same...when the first reaction is in the military idiom...react, defend, attack...conquer...
Posted: 15 January 2011 at 10:58
 
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