06 December 2010

MORE WikiLeaks: Full State Department Listing of Vital US Security Interests... a Terrorist's Dream 'TO DO' List!

Too late to pop this character with a Predator?

The WikiLeaks death-wish cult is now operating from servers in Switzerland as Julian Assange lays-low in the UK, attempting to evade an Interpol warrant stemming from Swedish rape charges.  
But these 5th-columnist tools are still doing heavy, heavy damage to the security interests of the United States... as well as the entire western world now.

I wonder if Hillary will have another cute joke ready for this latest monumental fiasco:

A secret State Department cable released by WikiLeaks on Sunday, Dec. 5, provides in almost numbing detail a list of foreign critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) vital to the national security of the United States. 

Though there's little in the way of analysis and no security information provided in the cable, it reads as a terrorist's holiday wish list. The cable notes cobalt mines in Congo, munitions and chemical manufacturers in Germany, a smallpox vaccine plant in Denmark, Hitachi large electric power transformers in Korea, hydroelectric production in Quebec, and dozens of undersea cable landings around the world. 

It also includes strategically vital sea lanes such as Singapore's Straits of Malacca and Spain's Strait of Gibraltar; and key energy facilities, such as Russia's Nadym Gas Pipeline Junction ("the most critical gas facility in the world") and Qatar's Ras Laffan Industrial Center -- which the cable notes is vital because by "2012 Qatar will be the largest source of imported LNG [liquified natural gas]to U.S." 

The cable, sent in February 2009 to U.S. embassies around the world, was part of the National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP), which under the direction of the Department of Homeland Security, intends to create a "safer, more secure, and more resilient America by enhancing protection of the nation's CI/KR to prevent, deter, neutralize or mitigate the effects of deliberate efforts by terrorists to destroy, incapacitate or exploit them; and to strengthen national preparedness, timely response, and rapid recovery in the event of an attack, natural disaster or other emergency." 

Embassy personnel were asked "for their input on critical infrastructure and key resources within their host country which, if destroyed, disrupted or exploited, would likely have an immediate and deleterious effect on the United States."...

But wait... there's more:

The hundreds of entries in the document leaked on Sunday also include mines and mineral resources in Africa and South America, undersea pipelines, cables and ports in China and Japan, French medical and pharmaceutical companies and shipping terminals and crude oil refineries in the Middle East. 

In addition the list includes Danish and German suppliers of smallpox and rabies vaccines, British defence contractors and telecommunications facilities, chromite mines in India, and dams and hydro-electric projects in Canada which supply power to the United States...

Great!  Now that all our terrorist adversaries are on the same page -and Hillary's having fun while betraying all our most vital concerns to the enemy- about the only way it could get any worse is if we sent a set of keys for each of these now-highly-endangered facilities to Bin Laden's cave in a gift-box.

Maybe it's time for the blundering, clueless Obama to man-up and jam WikiLeaks 24/7  NOW... it's not like he had any trouble shutting down the movie pirates to protect his Hollywood supporter's money, is it.

Then we desperately need to make a personal example of this warped anarchist scumbag Julian Assange: besides widespread calls for justice, others who would do the same need to be given pause- and by way of deterence: the very existence of any such site is a intolerable threat to national security. 

The walls already closing-in... but it can't happen fast enough:

Authorities in Switzerland are now investigating a bank account held by Julian Assange, which directs funds to the controversial whistle-blowing website. 

It comes after PayPal, the internet payment service, froze WikiLeaks’s donations account because of alleged “illegal activity”. The website, which a week ago began publishing 250,000 secret diplomatic cables sent by American officials, has also suffered attempts to bring it down by computer hackers while Amazon, the internet retail giant, took it off its servers.

The main WikiLeaks address was also disabled on Friday after EveryDNS, based in America, said the cyber attacks on it threatened the rest of its network, while on Sunday the French server was switched off. 

Mr Assange himself is believed to be in hiding in Britain but is the subject of an international arrest warrant by prosecutors in Sweden, who want him extradited for questioning on allegations - which he denies - of rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion.