I'm not sure anyone else in the US is doing this. I have only been able to find references to the cables at the New York Times, Der Speigel and other web sites but I haven't seen the actual cables.
So, I downloaded the files, 220 cables released thus far, and have been posting them to my Facebook Page, numbered and titled. Since they're not easy to download and read and it requires special software I thought perhaps someone on this web site might want to come over to my Facebook page and copy and paste them here. I'll copy and paste one of the cables below but don't have the time to post them here also. This isn't a small job.
I do want to state clearly that I believe these Wikileaks are a Pentagon and/or CIA PsyOps and do not believe these are legitimate leaks. I haven't read them all and this opinion has nothing to do with the content of the Classified cables. It has to do with the fact that Assange discredits 911 truthers and that he hasn't been arrested and jailed for life and that just makes no sense. None at all.
Still, if Pentagon wants us to see these cables, or wants to embarrass foreign countries or has some other ulterior motive as I suspect they do, then I do want to read them all and assess the content for those reasons. That's what I'm doing.
I love this web site, 12.160, hope all of you are warm, safe and healthy and hope that you all maintain 100% organic diets. Peace, to everyone.
Here's the last cable I posted. Oh, find my page at Jeff Prager on Facebook, my icon says "Seek Truth" and I really do hope someone will copy and paste these here to 12.160. I posted several yesterday and will be posting approximately 10-20 cables every day. Yes, it's tedious. Some are Classified, some are not. The cable below was not. Most are.
Wikileaks 2010 #17 ~ Efforts By Iran To Procure Carbon Fibre From China (Hillary Clinton Cable)
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This is an action request. Embassy Beijing, please see paragraph 3. ¶2. (S) Background/Objective: The United States has information that in December 2009, an Iranian company was seeking to procure five tons of carbon fiber from Yoon Networks Shanghai Company. We understand this company is likely seeking this material on behalf of the Shahid Bakeri Industries Group (SBIG), which is responsible for Iran's solid propellant ballistic missile program and an entity designated under United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1737. The fiber being sought by the Iranian company may be controlled by the Wassenaar Arrangement and Nuclear Suppliers Group and could be used to produce rocket nozzles or motor cases for Iran's solid propellant ballistic missile systems. We want to share this information with Chinese officials and request that they take measures to prevent this material from being transferred from China to Iran's missile program. We also want to note that we believe taking such action would be consistent with UNSCR 1737. ¶3. (S) Action Request: Request Embassy Beijing approach appropriate host government officials to deliver talking points/non-paper in paragraph 4 below and report response. Talking points also may be provided as a non-paper. ¶4. (S) Begin talking points/non-paper: (SECRET//REL CHINA) --We would like to alert you to information of proliferation concern and request your assistance in investigating this activity. --The United States has information that in December 2009, an Iranian company was seeking to procure five tons of carbon fiber from Yoon Networks Shanghai Company, a China-based firm operated by a South Korean individual. --We understand this company is likely seeking this material on behalf of the Shahid Bakeri Industries Group (SBIG), which is responsible for Iran's solid propellant ballistic missile program and an entity designated under United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1737. --The fiber being sought by the Iranian company may be controlled by the Wassenaar Arrangement and Nuclear Suppliers Group and could be used by Iran to produce rocket nozzles for its solid propellant medium-range and short-range ballistic missile systems. It also could be used by SBIG to produce lighter motor cases that could potentially extend the range of these systems. --We believe that the transfer of this material to SBIG poses a significant missile proliferation risk and is inconsistent with UNSCR 1737. --We therefore urge you to investigate this activity and take measures to prevent this material from being transferred from China to Iran's missile program. --We look forward to continued cooperation on missile nonproliferation issues and to hearing of any actions your government takes in response to this information. End talking points/non-paper ¶5. (U) Washington POC is ISN/MTR James Mayes (Phone: 202-647-3185). Please slug any reporting on this issue for ISN/MTR and EAP/CM. ¶6. (U) A word version of this document will be posted at www.state.sgov.gov/demarche