Julian Assange calls for leaks on Trump after claims Wikileaks attacked Hillary Clinton

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The online group was grilled by users of Reddit in a questions and answer session on the online debating forum.
WikiLeaks became a focal point during the election campaign.

WIKILEAKS’ Julian Assange calls for leaks on Trump – It published thousands of internal Democrat National Council emails, and more recently thousands more from the hacked email account of the Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta.

Some Reddit users appeared suspicious Wikileaks had an agenda to get Donald Trump elected.

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One user asked: “Why do you only seem to have information on Democrats?”If you were as noble as you say you would believe in government accountability at all levels, not just for one party.”

Another said: “Why did you choose to expose Clinton and not Trump?”

A third said: “Why did you want Donald Trump to be elected president?”

WikiLeaks responded: “To date, we have not received information on Donald Trump’s campaign, or other campaigns.“If it were to be submitted now we would happily publish it.

“We certainly believe in accountability and transparency for the powerful. And this includes for all the campaigns in the election.

“We can of course only publish what we receive. If anyone has information on any of the other campaigns we urge them to submit it now before it is deleted.

“We’re not publishing with a goal to get any specific candidate elected.

“We were publishing with the one goal of making the elections as transparent as possible. We published what we received.

“I know that many media, including the New York Times, did editorially back one candidate over another.

“Wikileaks didn’t and haven’t. We would have published on any candidate. We still will if we get the submissions.”till will if we get the submissions.”


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WikiLeaks Top 10 Greatest Hits – From 10 Million Documents

WikiLeaks has published over 10 million documents in 10 years, an average of 3000 per day.

Each release has shared genuine official information about how governments, companies, banks, the UN, political parties, jailers, cults, private security firms, war planners and media actually operate when they think no one is looking.

10 Greatest Hits

Over the 12 weeks marking the WikiLeaks anniversary, we will be producing Top 10 Greatest hits to reflect on the ways WikiLeaks releases have impacted countries, regions and themes such as trade, spying, censorship, environment, banks etc.

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Timeline of Publications

  • 4 October 2006 WikiLeaks.org site registered
  • 26 December 2006 Inside Somalia and the Union of Islamic Courts
  • 9 September 2007 US Military Equipment & Army units in Afghanistan
  • 30 August 2007 The looting of Kenya under President Moi
  • 7 November 2007 Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
  • 3 December 2007 Changes in Guantanamo Bay SOP manual –2003-2004
  • 8 November 2007 US Military Equipment & units in Iraq
  • 11 January 2008 Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission on Chalk River reactor
  • 14 January 200870 United Nations confidential reports
  • 25 January 2008 Footage of 1995 disaster at the Japanese Monju nuclear reactor
  • January 2008 Julius Baer Banking Group Cayman Islands client data
  • 24 March 2008150 censored videos and photos of the Tibet uprising
  • 24 March 2008 Church of Scientology collected Operating Thetan documents
  • 22 May 2008 Proposed US ACTA intellectual property trade agreement
  • 11 July 2008 Shriners Hospitals for Children Special Investigative Report
  • 17 July 2008 UK Counter Insurgency Operations Doctrine 2007
  • 18 June 2008 Assassinated FARC spokesman Raul Reyes Yahoo mailbox
  • 19 June 2008 Coca Cola incident report on the death of 10 children in Tanzania
  • 23 July 2008 EU threatens to cut aid depending on outcome of 2007 trade talks
  • 30 July 2008 US military analysis of world sea ports from 2002
  • 22 August 2008 Belgium land tax registrar anonymizations
  • 11 September 2008 Schaefer report missing pages on BND contacts with journalist
  • 17 September 2008 Vice Presidential contender Sarah Palin emails
  • 3 November 2008 European Commission anti-dumping & -subsidy investigations
  • 18 November 2008 British National Party membership and contacts list – 2007-2008
  • 9 December 2008 German Intelligence report on corruption in Kosovo
  • 21 December 2008 1,203 new websites censored by Thailand
  • 12 January 2009 Craig Murray Suppressed book: The Catholic Orange Men of Togo
  • 28 January 2009 Petrogate: Peruvian intercept recordings
  • 1 February 2009 CIA Algeria chief Andrew Warren drug rape search affidavit
  • 8 February 2009 6780 US Congressional Research Service reports
  • 20 February 2009 Scientology Secret Bibles
  • 24 February 2009 EU-India Free Trade Agreement draft
  • 24 February 2009 Credit Suisse: Commodity Warrant analysis of African economies
  • 27 February 2009 WikiLeaks decrypts NATO documents on Afghanistan narrative
  • 1 March 2009 Australian Defence Force classified propaganda doctrine
  • 2 March 2009 RAND study on Intelligence Ops & Metrics in Iraq and Afghanistan
  • 11 March 2009 Senator Norm Coleman campaign contributors and donations
  • 16 March 2009 Barclays Bank offshore tax scam
  • 18 March 2009 Australian government secret ACMA internet censorship blacklist
  • 24 March 2009 Blood and Honour neo-Nazi network messages and passwords
  • 8 April 2009 ICRC Report on Fourteen “High Value Detainee”s in CIA Custody
  • 2 May 2009 China censorship keywords, policies & blacklists for Baidu search
  • 8 May 2009 Bilderberg group internal reports & history – 1956 – 1980
  • 10 June 2009 Green Dam censorship system brief to Chinese government
  • 16 July 2009 Natanz Iranian nuke chief’s mystery resignation during Stuxnet
  • 30 July 2009 205 companies owing collapsed Icelandic bank Kaupthing
  • 14 September 2009 Minton report: Trafigura toxic dumping along the Ivory Coast
  • 21 September 2009 Kroll Inc. private intelligence report on corruption in Norway
  • 4 October 2009 UK Ministry of Defence Manual of Security Volumes 1, 2 and 3
  • November 2009 Climatic Research Unit emails, data, models – 1996-2009
  • 13 November 2009 Plan for India’s Unique 1.2 billion ID Database Project
  • November 2009 Climatic Research Unit emails, data, models –1996-2009
  • 25 November 2009 500,000 9/11 pager intercepts
  • 26 March 2010 CIA report into shoring up Afghan war support in Europe
  • 5 April 2010 Collateral Murder video of civilians & journalists in Baghdad
  • 25 July 2010 91,000 classified documents Afghan War Diaries – 2004-2010
  • 22 October 2010 391,000 reports Iraq War Logs – 2004-2009
  • 28 November 2010 250,000 US diplomatic cables Cablegate – 1966-2010
  • 25 April 2011 Gitmo Files – files on 767 of 779 prisoners in Guantanamo Bay
  • 1 & 8 December 2011 Spy Files exposing 160 companies in mass surveillance industries
  • 27 February 2012 5 million emails of contractor Stratfor – Global Intelligence Files
  • 5 July 2012 2.3 million emails from Syrian political elites – Syria Files
  • 25 October 2012 Detainee Policies – US military custody rules and procedures
  • April 2013 1.7 million Kissinger Cables from 1976-1979
  • 19 May 2013 Prosecution & prison documents for Pirate Bay founder Anakata
  • 4 September 2013 Spy Files exposing the mass surveillance industry, third release
  • 13 November 2013 TPP – Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement – IP Chapter
  • 9 December 2013 TPP – Second release of negotiating texts
  • 15 January 2014 TPP – Environment Consolidated Text
  • 8 April 2014 NETmundial Stakeholder Committee (EMC) Outcome Document 15
  • April 2014 EU External Freedom of Expression Policy
  • 19 June 2014 TISA – Memorandum on Leaked Financial Services Text
  • 29 July 2014 Australian gag order on reporting of multi-nation corruption case
  • 15 September 2014 Spy Files exposing the mass surveillance industry, fourth release
  • 16 October 2014 TPP – Updated Intellectual Property Chapter
  • 21 December 2014 CIA Travel Advice To Operatives
  • 16 April 2015 30, 287 documents & 173,123 emails – The Sony Archives
  • 12 May 2015 Bundestag Inquiry into BND and NSA – transcripts & summaries
  • 19 June 2015 500,000 cables & Foreign Ministry documents – The Saudi Cables
  • 8 July 2015 1 million searchable emails – Hacking Team malware vendor
  • 31 July 2015 NSA targets 35 parliamentarians and companies in Tokyo
  • 21 October 2015 CIA Director John Brennan emails
  • 16 November 2015 30 hours of SourceAmerica Tapes from AbilityOne scandal
  • 16 November 2015 TPP – Final Texts
  • 5 February 2016 China & France in dirty war for Africa’s uranium & mineral rights
  • 17 February 2016 Operation SOPHIA – EU refugee strategy
  • 23 February 2016 NSA Targets heads of state and UN Secretary General
  • 16 March 2016 30, 000 emails from Hillary Clinton’s Archive
  • 2 April 2016 IMF tape of Internal Meeting Predicting Greek ‘Disaster’
  • 9 May 2016 TTIP – Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership text
  • 25 May 2016 TISA – Trade in Services Agreement new documents
  • 19 July 2016 Turkish Justice and Development Party (AKP) email database
  • 22 July 2016 19,252 emails, 8,034 US Democratic National Committee database

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Frequently Distorted Facts about WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks is used to spin from power factions exposed by our publications. These counter-attacks often themselves reveal a lot about how modern power groups sustain their reputations and alliances. These reputational attacks have intensified in the context of the approaching US elections.

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