Julian Assange: The Wikileaks Manifesto

Julian Assange: The Wikileaks Manifesto

Creator: Julian Assange is the editor in chief of Wikileaks, a “whistleblower website that publishes news leaks”. (Wikipedia)

Purpose: To shift regime behaviour and create open governments.

Wikileaks Manifesto – Introduction plus Headlines


To radically shift regime behavior we must think clearly and boldly for if we have learned anything, it is that regimes do not want to be changed. We must think beyond those who have gone before us, and discover technological changes that embolden us with ways to act in which our forebears could not.

Firstly we must understand what aspect of government or neocorporatist behavior we wish to change or remove. Secondly we must develop a way of thinking about this behavior that is strong enough carry us through the mire of politically distorted language, and into a position of clarity. Finally must use these insights to inspire within us and others a course of ennobling, and effective action.


Authoritarian power is maintained by conspiracy

Terrorist conspiracies as connected graphs

Separating a conspiracy

Some conspirators dance closer than others

Conspiracies are cognitive devices. They are able to out think the same group of individuals acting alone

What does a conspiracy compute? It computes the next action of the conspiracy

Can we find a value that describes the power of a conspiracy?

Total conspiratorial power

If total conspiratorial power is zero, there is no conspiracy

Separating weighted conspiracies

How can we reduce the ability of a conspiracy to act?

An authoritarian conspiracy that can not think efficiently, can not act to preserve itself against the opponents it induces



Complete Manifesto as Article on TheCommentFactory.com – 1st August, 2010

Julian Assange on Wikipedia




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