Wikileaks permanently destroyed trust in US diplomacy

250,000 secret documents were removed and passed to the whistle blowing website Wikileaks.  This is the BBC’s version of the story.  I wonder how much has been successfully buried, and will never come out.  Julian Assange has been put in fear of his life.  Bradley Manning has been put away forever, as an example to others who might think of copying

The BBC here makes it out that all was just a little embarrassing.  In fact the release must now be well in control of the CIA, and they can use the stream as a way to mislead the public and other interests yet further, to the advantage of the world’s controllers.  You somehow feel that any really damaging stuff has been hidden away and the newspapers handling the story have been given strict guidelines.  People think they know the inside story as a result, but they don’t.

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4 Responses to “Wikileaks permanently destroyed trust in US diplomacy”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, If Bradley Manning, Julian Assange, Anders Breivik, Adam Lansa and Edward Snowden, had any real life photographs, then I would start taking the stories seriously.
    Once we have a series of Photographs we can start putting Dates on them, then find out the truth.
    Take Bradley Manning, Myself I have only seen the same three similar army photographs of him, very suspicious don’t you think??

  2. Tapestry says:

    It is all a bit odd, I agree.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The greatest exporter of terror is israel, they are committing genocide on their own doorstep
    but not one of these so called whistleblowers has given us any info on israel, which is the worlds pariah stste.

  4. paul maleski says:

    Ask Snowden who did 9/11–7/7? Assange claims it was Muslim terrorists. Take it from me they are both lying fakes. This is why the MSM adore them.

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