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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Wikileaks is a great thing: Mashiach is truly on the way; one by one masks are falling off all liars and cheaters in power; still a long way to go from falsehood to truth, from darkness to light. Chanukah Sameach!

Middle East Logic - one of many truisms exposed by Wikileaks; thank you, Julian.

WikiLeaks: We Broke No Laws

Kislev 25, 5771, 02 December 10 02:20
( WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson said on Wednesday that the disclosure by the website of confidential US diplomatic cables is perfectly legal.

During an interview with Reuters, Hrafnnson said that people had a right to know what officials working on their behalf were doing and said that "if global stability is based on deception and lies, maybe it needs a bit of a shaking up." 

Couldn't agree more.

... And so does Doug Casey: here is an excerpt from his latest interview:

Doug: The whole idea of Wikileaks is terrific. They've become one of the most important watchdog organizations on the planet, helping to expose a lot of government action for what it really is.
This latest leak of a quarter of a million classified U.S. embassy cables is quite a coup, not just for revealing China's changing attitudes about North Korea, but for exposing discussions the U.S. had with other countries about bombing Iran, espionage conducted by U.S. diplomats in Paraguay, Chinese government attacks on Google, and more mundane things like the lavish lifestyles of Kazakhstan's political elite.
Shining a light on the sociopaths who hide in the dark places under the rocks of government is always a good thing. Just as they recently did in their exposé of what is going on with the counterproductive U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It's great to have a whistleblower organization like them. Julian Assange, who runs it, is a hero, and deserves the Nobel Peace Prize – although it's a shame that prize has become so meaningless and degraded.
 ( Casey Research)

1 comment:

DS said...

So blatant; the powers that be are terrified of him. Why is that? What do they REALLY have to hide? These revelations are obviously only scratching the surface. After all, real diplomatic communications occur in person, behind closed doors; that is certainly the way the Vatican conducts its affairs. The rest of the world cannot be far behind, therefore.