How to Find Wikileaks and Follow Cablegate

Updated to 06 January 2011

There has been massive and orchestrated attack on the hosting of Wikileaks files, from a distributed denial of service, to Amazon dumping Wikileaks because they felt their underwear moisten after a call from Senator Joe Lieberman, to everyDNS effectively blaming Wikileaks for the denial of service, and now Julian Assange may be arrested by INTERPOL at any moment, on ridiculously trumped up charges designed to sequester him and maybe prepare for an extradition to the U.S. I have therefore been asked many times how one can find Wikileaks, search the cables, and follow which cables are being released and when. This post is meant to address all of those questions, and also asks you to support Wikileaks.

Finding the Wikileaks website:

Current main site: http://www.wikileaks.ch/

Mirror: http://213.251.145.96/

Mirror: http://wikileaks.nl/

Mirror: http://213.251.145.96.nyud.net/

Mirror: http://wikileaks.2600.com/

Hall of Mirrors: http://mirror.wikileaks.info/

Update: And now, more mirrors than ever via http://www.twitlonger.com/show/79s9r1

Documents that were leaked previous to Collateral Murder, the Afghan War Diary, the Iraq War Logs, and Cablegate, can be found cached, along with older Wikileaks articles, on sites such as web.archive.org. If you know the title of the document, you might also find it cached in Google. Zero Anthropology itself hosts numerous documents leaked via Wikileaks, in our online library.

Searching the Cables:

Cablesearch: http://cablesearch.org/

No-Longer Secret US Embassy Cables – Fulltext Search: http://rpgp.org/cable/

Follow Each Day’s Newly Released Cables:

Aftenposten: newest Wikileaks cables news, separate from other media and WL

The Guardian: WikiLeaks embassy cables: the key points at a glance

Reddit: CablegateCables (if you set up a reddit account, you will gain more detailed use, of what’s new and what’s “hot”)

Follow Live Blogging of the Cables:

Greg Mitchell at The Nation: http://www.thenation.com/blogs/media-fix

Wikileaks U.S. Embassy Cables, Live Updates at The Guardian:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/blog/2010/dec/02/
wikileaks-us-embassy-cables-live-updates

The Lede – Latest Updates on Leak of U.S. Cables, at The New York Times:
http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/wikileaks/

WikiLeaks Cablegate LIVE Updates at the Huffington Post:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/11/30/
wikileaks-cablegate-live-_n_789789.html

Follow Wikileaks Itself:

On Twitter: http://twitter.com/wikileaks

On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wikileaks

SUPPORT WIKILEAKS, HELP DEFEND JULIAN ASSANGE:

UPDATE: As the US state-supporting corporations that dominate the Internet continue to strangulate Wikileaks, be careful that you are not sending a donation via a service that has suspended or eliminated Wikileaks as an account holder. The latest example: PayPal (see here and here).

Support – Main: http://www.wikileaks.ch/support.html

Via “Collateral Murder” : http://collateralmurder.com/en/support.html

Daniel Ellsberg: Boycott Amazon

Highly Recommend Central Information Resource:

WL CENTRAL

7 thoughts on “How to Find Wikileaks and Follow Cablegate

  1. I saw the thing about PayPal this morning and Amazon before that.

    Business and profits trump truth.

    What a surprise…

  2. I managed to mangle some things here. Just to clarify, to date the companies that have blocked, suspended, or terminated Wikileaks are: Moneybookers, PayPal, Vimeo, Amazon, Tableau, everyDNS, and to some extent Facebook. Twitter could be next (?).

  3. Students at Columbia U told not to read or post on leaked cables from WL or a future job in government service will be in jeopardy.

    Fahrenheit 451 all over again. Ignorance is good for you. We’ll tell you what you need to know.

    Columbia University students eyeing careers in diplomacy are being warned to avoid linking to or posting comments about secret U.S. documents released by the WikiLeaks website.

    A spokesman for the Ivy League school confirmed Saturday that the Office of Career Services circulated an e-mail to students at the School of International and Public Affairs, known for cultivating future diplomats.

    This report is from the Wall Street Journal.

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