Wikileaks Dec 4, 2010 11:53:31 GMT -4
Post by smlbstcbr on Dec 4, 2010 11:53:31 GMT -4
Well, it's very obvious to most people that the "leaked" material is, redundantly, stating the obvious... just that in a more official level. Yesterday (or the day before, not sure), for some reason, BBC News feed took out of the locker the famous Mincemeat Operation and compared it with the current Wikileaks thing going on. This might seem very fictitious, but I tend to believe that Assange is the protagonist (voluntary or not) of a similar plan. The US intelligence might have known (it's a supposition) about the attempts to leak data concerning their diplomats. Aware of the the situation, they planted documents containing good, bad and fictitious information. To give them legitimacy, they act against the release of the documents, make a call to stop it, but, eventually, the documents make it to the public. Concerning why would they do it, well... there's a lot of interests I can think of.