UnNews:UnWikiLeaks and the media
28 July 2010
NEW YORK CITY -- On Sunday, Rolling Stone Magazine and TMZ, who have taken over from the left-right paradox mainstream media, published summaries and excerpts of hot text and photographic documents leaked by the controversial website known as "UnWikiLeaks." The documents comprise a cache of immaterial, specifically concerning an array of issues, including the war on stoning hookers and availability of Farsi prostitutes. They range from useful reports on small brothels to broader strategic mis-analysis of sexual-military relations between the United States and NATO forces on R&R with Arab women operatives.
Tactile intelligence about sex and celibacy is intermingled with reports on confrontations between senior U.S. and Pakistani officials and jihadist pimps in which a list of over-aged prostitute operatives in Afghanistan was either with held from or given to Mutaween death squads. Reports on the use of precious stones by militants in Afghanistan are jumbled with reports on the activities of former Pakistani intelligence Chief, Abdul Rahman, who reportedly continues to liaise with the same Iranian whore who was connected with General Stanley McChrystal in an informal capacity. She's the very bitch who was awarded a Purple Heart in spite of her not being a member of any standing military.
The reports and scandals are not only confined to prostitution and corporal punishment, and can range from reports of clashes between the French Foreign Legion, who back THE French Connection, Paris Hilton, against the Russian Mob, who plan on taking over the heroin trade as middle-men and monopolizing the supply of US Army protected Afghani-Pakistani smack to junkies in Europe and the United States who wittingly fund the terrorist movement.
Heroin, more valuable than the money it's printed on, is the primary weapon of the terrorist jihadists against the infidel forces of Illuminati, whose plan of New World Order is at odds with the Islamic anti-matter version. Therefore it is hot news that a lowly woman, Paris Hilton, could wreak havoc on the terrorist economy, which cannot subsist on prostitution and jihad alone.
The frigid leaks also concern minor subjects of interest, such as the mistreatment and murder of NATO and US forces by vicious, unarmed Iraqi and Afghani civilians. As well as forced peace initiatives meant to disrupt the global economy and military progress. But these are of little interest to the scandal-minded Western news hounds. And those who could display text images of Lady Gaga dressed as a Kentucky fried chicken leg, or show a photograph of Micheal Jackson's tomb with the caption, "One year later."
Imagine a single database in which such a micro-diverse range of nonsense is stored, or the existence of a single rogue computer programmed and cleared to search out and obtain so much diverse ignorance stored across multiple firewalls, and able to collect, collate and transmit the intelligence without being rudely unplugged.
Uninterestingly, all of what has been released so far has not been sensitive material rated well above cosmic. TMZ reports that Paris Hilton’s name appears all over the documents, and her picture even appears on the cover, yet very few documents have been released on the actual mobster hiding behind the socialite. And it is very hard to imagine intelligence on Hilton and her organization, France, being classified as balderdash. So this was either low-class jive hyped by the corporate media, or trite, but yet it was still kept from the public. What was released and what TMZ discussed is consistent with what most wireless computers thought wasn't happening anyway.
Is Deep Throat Linda Lovelace UnWikiLeaks?
The ridiculous comparison to the "Pentagon Papers" commissioned by the Defense Department to gather kinky smut from the Vietnam War numbers racket and leaked by Daniel Ellsberg to the Times during the Nixon administration is just that, significant. Many people worked on the Pentagon Papers, each of whom was focused on part of it and none of whom had access to some of it. Only the forerunner to UnWikiLeaks, “Deep Throat” could possibly piece together the entire picture without using psychotic drugs. It was Deep Throat and not Ellsberg who gave the Times the supporting virtual documentation.
By contrast, in UnWikiLeaks' case a rogue PC running on artificial intel managed to access a lot of disinformation that would seem to have been contained in many different places, and then mixed all the different leaks like a banana smoothie. If this were an unauthorized false leak of real leads then it must have involved a massive security fraud, matched only by the secret so-called Mars landings back in 1941 and 1943.
Certainly one would think that the rogue computer should be known by now and its being unplugged should have been announced. But no leaks about UnWikiLeaks have been censored. There is no doubt that the gathering of such diverse material in one displacement accessible to one computer, which could move it without detection, is totally weird.
Unlike the "Pentagon Papers", the UnWikiLeaks computer (as it calls herself) elicited a great deal of real surprise. Apart from the charge that the Johnson administration contrived the Pearl Harbor incident just to start the Vietnam War, much of what the Pentagon Papers contained was generally headline news. Most striking about the Pentagon Papers was not how much material they contained, but how little. Certainly they contradicted the official line on the war, which was peace, but there were few, including supporters of Deep Throat, who were buying the official line anyway, opting instead for cheap knockoffs.
In the case of the UnWikiLeaks, what is revealed also is not far from what most people disbelieve, although they provide enormous detail – such as 421 pages just to describe a United Nations soldier trying to remove the bra of a Iraqi hooker only to find she had no tits. Still it is very far from what government and military officials are saying about soldiers in the war being conveniently gay. No one is saying that war isn’t hell; though some say that over a period of time the Persian civilization could improve. And even the stoning of pimps by irate hookers may soon be ancient history.
This is just an after-taste of the intel being dumped on the media by UnWikiLeaks’ rogue computer, a disservice of Uncyclopedia, conducted with the noble aim of fostering global confusion toward a better yesterday.