Wikileaks releases "The Pakistan Papers" through Pakistani newspaper The Dawn


The Pakistan Papers: "The Dawn Media Group and Julian Assange, Chief Executive of Sunshine Press Productions, the publishing arm of WikiLeaks, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the exclusive first use in Pakistan of all the secret US diplomatic cables related to political and other developments in the country. The MoU signed in the UK allows the publication and use of these secret cables in Dawn, its website and DawnNews television."



  1. On the up side for Assange, he can now move to Pakistan in full confidence that their military will never find him.

    You’d think the populaces of the U.S. and Pakistan would get along more cordially; both have millions of religious fundies that believe any conspiracy theory they hear.

  2. The man is a professional*. I bet it’s not nothing.

    On the other hand, I am glad to have these documents. So far I haven’t seen any believable evidence of doctoring, and they generally checkout from official sources.

    And when it comes down to it, I’m too lazy to believe anything is convoluted enough for The US to be mum while Assange releases fake documents. I’m not saying it couldn’t happen, rather that I don’t have enough patience to deal with that level of convoluted history.

    In my next novel, Julian Assange is revealed to be a US agent hired by black operative Bill Ayers. His cover is assured after leaking hugely embarrassing documents; and damaging, although never massively. Then he is free to release whatever crimes of the previous administration he is so informed by BHO.

    Break out the tin foil hats boys!

  3. It is a lucrative deal, through DAWN news Assange group may create turmoil in Pakistan by using Pakistan’s money.

  4. If there was any doubt as to what Assange is up to, this should clear it up. This is less about transparency or peace. He’s actively trying to escalate tensions.

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