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Tuesday, 18 January 2011

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Va Boy

Wikileaks is a gift to the people of the planet to control that class of people who call themselves rulers. They should accept it with both hands and run with it.

The Observer.

Va Boy, do you have to respond to every article that pops up in this blog? Wikileaks is bad for developing countries because it only heightens the imaginations of people like you who are daydreamers. What has Wikileaks achieved since publishing that garbage? We are watching that guy closely.

Some buffons and baboons like you if you had the opportunity would pay that man money to paint our beloved party black. Yes you can.

Va Boy

Professor Ayissi Dipocko welcome back sir. Now you are the Observer? I would rather be a righteous buffoon or baboon than one of your shameless cabal of thieves and murderers that you call a political party. Your beloved party is already black. Wikileaks merely confirms it to the world, so you cannot hide your dirty asses anymore.

ambergris

Who is afraid of wikileaks? Someone who has got something to hide.

Bob Bristol

Va Boy, The Observer's style seems to differ from that Of Dipoko but they are birds of a feather. The peaceful nature of Cameroonians has been taken for cowardice. We need whistle blowers, we need watchdogs. Wikileaks informs where knowledge is hidden and confirms when the truth has been dismised as rumours. The spell that we are living in will soon be over and change will come, I mean genuine change.

Elton Ellis

Assange should be charged with treason and sent to gitmo.

ambergris

Assange is not a US citizen. He cannot be tried for treason there. That is silly. There needs to be universal wikileaking and not just US. There should be leaking from Iran, North Korea, China etc.

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