A WoW Plane !!!


For all of you wearing your mothers black tights 
you can use this stencil or just use a black spray can

Kelvin Okafor Art

This is a pencil drawing !

Shadow Ebike In action

Ultra Lights DIY

Cyber Bunker

Building My Own Version

Sam The Cool Eco Moover


Kim Dotcom - Mega's EPIC Launch

Speed up your WiFi

Basic actions you can take to make wifi faster and more stable.

Most Wifi Routers use the 2.4 GHz Frequency (some now using 5 Ghz), the less interference you have on that frequency and its sub frequencies 2.412 - 2.484 the better the speed and stability of your Wifi will be.

How can I find out what Frequency my Wifi Router is Using ?

1) Note your SSID (the name of your network)
2) Download and Install one of the following programs

3) Define which channel your router is using and if it is used by other neighboring routers,
if it is try to find the one which is free or has a low radio signal from the other routers.

Spine Map

This will help you understand where the pain comes from.


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Wikileaks (Old Stuff)

This is an attempt to resume the leaks, the people who support Wikileaks the ones that want to destroy wikileaks. I will continue updating this a I collect info.

Leaks in Short:

Descriptions of Silvio Berlusconi as "feckless, vain, and ineffective as a modern European leader", French prez Nick Sarko as a "naked emperor" and Iranian supremo Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as "Hitler".

"Israel would be 'happy' if Hamas took over Gaza because the (Israel Defense Forces) could then deal with Gaza as a hostile state."

Uzbekistan is plagued by "rampant corruption", and the president's glamorous daughter is "the single most hated person in the country". However the US strives to maintain good relations with the country as it allows a crucial military supply line to run into Afghanistan.

Tajikistan is dominated by "cronyism and corruption" and is losing the battle against drugs flowing in from neighbouring Afghanistan.

A British businessman is identified as the key middleman in the Kazakhstan oil bribes scandal. Robert Kissin allegedly handled a $4m secret payment to help the American oil company, Baker Hughes, win a $219m contract from Kazakh state oil chiefs.

The US takes advantage of competition between Sarkozy, Merkel and other European leaders to play them off against each other.

In a March 2009 meeting in Chile, vice-president Joseph Biden scolded Spanish PM José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero for suddenly withdrawing troops from Kosovo without informing the US. The cables also show Hillary Clinton expressing her dissatisfaction to Spanish foreign minister Miguel Ángel Moratinos about this decision. Zapatero defended the Spanish position but conceded his government should have informed the Americans first.

American embassies in the former USSR states of central Asia (Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan) criticised these countries for being corrupt, dictatorial or mafia-like.

In a 2002 cable published by WikiLeaks, U.S. diplomats believe some top-members of the Vatican’s hierarchy still harbor anti-Semitic views.

Saudi Arabia put pressure on the US to attack Iran. Other Arab allies also secretly agitated for military action against Tehran.

Washington is running a secret intelligence campaign targeted at the leadership of the United Nations, including the secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, and the permanent security council representatives from China, Russia, France and the UK.

How Israel regarded 2010 as a "critical year" for tackling Iran's alleged quest for nuclear weapons and warned the United States that time is running out to stop Iran from acquiring a nuclear bomb.

The secret EU plot to boycott the inauguration of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as president after the disputed Iranian election in 2009.

Officials from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) were denied blueprints for a secret nuclear reactor near Qom and told by Iran that evidence of bomb-grade uranium enrichment was forged.

Saudi Arabia complained directly to the Iranian foreign minister of Iranian "meddling" in the Middle East.

The US accused Iran of abusing the strict neutrality of the Iranian Red Crescent (IRC) society to smuggle intelligence agents and weapons into other countries, including Lebanon.

Britain's ambassador to Iran gave the US a private masterclass on how to negotiate with Iran.

A long piece in English primarily about the US view of Germany, including some bracing views of Berlin's leadership and the description of Chancellor Angela Merkel as "risk averse and rarely creative".

The New York Times highlights US intelligence assessments that Iran has acquired missiles from North Korea which could for the first time enable Tehran to strike at western European capitals.

President Nicolas Sarkozy is described as "susceptible and authoritarian", and a French diplomatic adviser has described Iran as a fascist state and Venezuela's president Hugo Chávez as a madman transforming his country into another Zimbabwe.

China is ready to accept Korean unification and is distancing itself from North Korea which it describes as behaving like a "spoiled child". Cables say Kim Jong-il is a "flabby old chap" losing his grip and drinking.

Prince Andrew attacked a Serious Fraud Office anti-corruption investigation during a meeting with British businessmen in Kyrgyzstan and criticised a Guardian investigation – and the French – in what the US ambassador there described as "an astonishingly candid" performance verging on the rude. He is also reported to like big game hunting and falconry.

An official from the Commonwealth secretariat claimed Prince Charles is not respected in the same way as the Queen and questioned whether the heir apparent should necessarily succeed his mother as the head of the Commonwealth.

Hillary Clinton wanted a briefing on the mental health of Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner and asked whether she was taking medication to calm her down.

US administration's search for countries willing to take its Guantánamo prisoners, if it closed the base down, and the German government's reluctance to help, with foreign minister Wolfgang Schäuble reportedly very sceptical. The German government would not accept 17 Uighur prisoners, despite the support of the Uighur exiled community in Munich, for fear of upsetting the Chinese government.

There is an extensive network of informants in Berlin, informing the US about Angela Merkel's coalition negotiations. Merkel is described as an enigma, and sceptical about the US.

The US administration doubts the Turkish government's dependability as an ally, describing it as having little understanding of the outside world and its foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu's "neo-Ottoman visions" as exceptionally dangerous. It describes a Muslim fraternity within the governing party and an "iron ring of sycophantic but contemptuous advisers".

US diplomats describing the former president of Haiti, René Préval, as "indispensable but difficult ... a chameleon character" unwilling to accept advice.

US diplomats reported France as being a difficult ally in the fight against international terrorism, because its specialist investigating magistrates were insular, centred on Paris and operating in "another world".

Repeated attempts by the US to curb court cases in Spain against American soldiers and politicians accused of involvement in Iraq war crimes or torture at Guantánamo.

The head of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, privately criticised David Cameron and George Osborne (now the prime minister and chancellor) before the election for their lack of experience, the lack of depth in their inner circle and their tendency to think about issues only in terms of their electoral impact. Osborne lacked gravitas and was seen as a political lightweight because of his "high-pitched vocal delivery" according to private Conservative polling before the election.

Yemen radioactive stocks "were an easy al-Qaida target" as the solo sentry had been removed from an atomic facility and the CCTV system was broken.

The judicial system in Morocco is not independent and the judges are incompetent. It is often used for political purposes which is an impediment to the development of the country.

A cable sent to Washington last February quotes Afghan Finance Minister Omar Zakhilwal telling U.S. officials that Karzai was "an extremely weak man."

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi cannot travel without his senior Ukrainian nurse, described as a “voluptuous blonde” “intense dislike or fear” of staying on the upper floors of buildings and his preference not to fly over water.

Hillary Clinton classified missive declaring the Pope "probably Catholic".

Syria of supplying advanced weaponry, including SCUD ballistic missiles, to the Shiite militia Hezbollah in Lebanon.

Chinese leadership was behind cyberattacks on Google and US targets.

The U.S. lobbied with top U.N. scientist R.K. Pachauri to prevent appointment of an Iranian scientist to a key position in the Inter-Government Panel on Climate Change.

The Iranian government has been attempting to co-opt the country's Ninjas and other martial artists to help out with some light repression duties.

The United States suspected a Saudi Arabian ambassador to the Philippines of potential involvement in funding terrorists.

Palestinian group Fatha 'asked Israel' to attack Hamas.

The leader of the Burmese military junta seriously considered a $1bn bid for Manchester United in January 2009.

US diplomats to collect biometric information on 'key civilian and military officials' including 'fingerprints, facial images,DNA, and iris scans.

"Terrorists stole the most valuable things we have. They took our faith and our children and used them to attack us," Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, Saudi Arabia's assistant minister of the interior.

“Our discussions with contacts both inside and outside of the Turkish government on Turkey’s deteriorating relations with Israel tend to confirm Levy’s thesis that Erdogan simply hates Israel,” the U.S. embassy said.

UK firm Rolls-Royce lost out on a £200million contract to supply helicopter engines to Spain after the U.S. lobbied Prime Minister Jose Luis Zapatero in Madrid. The deal was eventually signed by American company GE.

European Union President Herman Van Rompuy told a U.S. ambassador that European troops were still in Afghanistan only 'out of deference' to America.


George Soros
Ron Paul
Ken Loach
Daniel Ellsberg
Jemima Khan
Whitley Strieber
Jacob Appelbaum
Mike Ferner
John Pilger
Connie Mack

The people and organizations who want to destroy Wikileaks.

Baraka Obama
Bank of AmericaAnna Ardin
Tom Flanagan
Éric Besson 
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Peter King
Mike Huckabee
Dianne Feinstein
Philip J. Crowley
Church of Scientology
Nick Griffin
Stephen Conroy
Bilderberg Group
Hilary Clinton
Shara Palin
Eric Holder
Birgitta Jónsdóttir
Marianne Ny
Joe Lieberman
Daniel Benjamin


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Dyn Inc

The Just


Amensty International
Reporters Without Borders