Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2011-07-03 smuggedy smug smug smug! but I always like wikileaks so thumbs up!
StanleyPain - 2011-07-03 I'd be smug too if me and a handful of other people simply publishing leaked documents caused the entire world to quiver in our presence and go out of their way to gut international commerce law just to stop us from getting money.
Sundry - 2011-07-03 I think his attitude fits his role. From what I have heard he is not the most charming man in the world, but many others would have turned apologetic when the governments started chasing him.
garcet71283 - 2011-07-03 Shot on location in the caldera of an active volcano.
Bonus: Henchmen in background.
fatatty - 2011-07-04 Somehow I feel shot on location is how his story will end.
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-07-03 Im confused as to how the world has changed as a result of wikileaks being a thing.
magnesium - 2011-07-03 Before, we just assumed the world's governments were rife with corruption, but didn't care enough to get off the couch. Now we KNOW the world's governments are rife with corruption, but don't care enough to get off the couch. But I'll share this video on Facebook, which'll be my good deed for the decade. You're welcome, world.
CJH - 2011-07-04 are you two fucking serious? I guess maybe here in America the direct influence of Wikileaks can be hard to quantify other than as a vague idea (provided you are an idiot), but do you think they might see things differently in Tunisia, and to a lesser extent Egypt and Libya? BUT HEY IT HASN'T AFFECTED ME PERSONALLY SO FUCK 'EM.
fatatty - 2011-07-04 They pretty much started the snowball of Arab Spring. But the US media was pretty good about not telling anyone that. We wouldn't want anyone knowing what our diplomats really think about the world.
spikestoyiu - 2011-07-03 Timely! I hope they do a "Got Milk?" parody next!