Bolivia hosts WikiLeaks 'mirror'

LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) — Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera has posted all U.S. diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks that pertain to Bolivia on his official website.

He told reporters Wednesday he wants people to know the "barbarities and insults" of what he called Washington's "interventionist infiltration."

As Wikileaks' own sites come under attack, sympathizers have created "mirror" sites that duplicate them partially or in full.

Bolivia's leftist leaders expelled the U.S. ambassador in 2008, accusing him of conspiring against it.

Garcia's site includes two quotes:

"The truth will set you free," from the New Testament.

And from WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange: "Every organization rests on a mountain of secrets."

NOTE: the website is available at

1 comment:

rob said...

It is a very good initiative. The West (US) has a lot of reasons to conceal the reality of their daily politics. More and more people in the West don't believe the stories of their governments. So when they have information they bring it to wikileaks or to websites in their own country.
The more support from countries like yours, the faster the demise of the West. I wish you all the best with your struggle against the US