Guardian redacts from Wikileaks cables not only names, critique of Capitalism

The beauty of the Wikileaks model is simultaneous releases through multiple news outlets as well as on its own site to keep them honest. The Guardian has been caught redacting not just names, but entire passages which would be unflattering to British politicians, oil companies and CAPITALISM. About corruption in Uzbekistan, they excised what would seem to be a succinct definition of “capitalism … means large bribes to the best connected.”

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1 Response to Guardian redacts from Wikileaks cables not only names, critique of Capitalism

  1. Avatar Brother Jonah says:

    But of course. Cop-o-rations buy people in individual and dozen lots.
    By the gross too…
    Why not go for the whole thing and buy whole nations?
    They don’t announce a world-wide corporate management because the illusion of competition keeps the slaves content.

    They’ll proudly wear their chains under the name Patriotism.

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