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Take personal action for Wikileaks and Free Speech

Supporting Wikileaks, Freedom of the Press, Whistleblowers, and Julian Assange

Just heard about a way to support Wikileaks that is proactive, legal, and easy. Anyone on-line can be part of this grassroots, group energy for Wikileaks and journalist Julian Assange.

People who believe in Wikileaks and Free Speech are supposed to help get the words of the Wikileaks out to the regular world, and, help keep the leaked documents visible.

So, wherever you can type on line — message boards, your blog, comments on newspaper articles — quote passages from the Wikileaks documents AND where you can “tag” or “classify” or “subject-line” the documents, tag them with odd words and titles. With this strategy, it will be hard for the authorities to find and clean up all the references to the documents. And, it will be easy for regular Americans to stumble upon the content of them.

So, make a blog post titled, “Things To Do On A Rainy Day”, tag it “weather” and “rain”, and then post a snippet from the Wikileaks about how our US diplomats were instructed to secretly collect DNA samples from UN officials.

This action is something everyone who cares about Free Speech can take. Take a few moments, defend our Democracy.

Peace,
Kimberly

You can usually find the latest home for Wikileaks by googling the word. Here is the latest address I found: Wikileaks

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