posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 07:50 AM
reply to post by jpvskyfreak
ask yourself how big of a mistake that would be if it were "them" that was orchestrating this whole thing.
would that not be the perfect move to get a 1 up on whistleblowing? their only real problem? if they successfully get you to think they are legit
based on this whole charade and become the main hub for whistleblowers, then they have successfully quelled all future leaks. wouldnt it be great for
them if us pawns came running to THEM to tell on "them"?
why does there need to be a leak HQ? that seems completely and utterly foolish to me to put all your eggs in 1 basket. specially when theres credible
intel suggesting the same (cryptome...another whistleblower site with more clout)
now ask yourself why the hell 1 whistleblower-hub would accuse another, of not being legit? specially when the one doing the accusing has no financial
motive, and the accused happens to be begging for $$$.that seems kind of counter-productive for 2 forces supposedly on the same side. dont know about
you but that doesnt really add up considering there shouldnt even be a profiting side to this issue.
and not to mention all of the hype wikileaks keeps surrounding itself in. come on remember there last Debut that they sensationalized for 2 weeks
prior to the release? what is this a movie premier? just release the sh!t if thats what your all about. and the begging for money so they can "buy
computers to decrypt the video", do they really think we are that naive?
now look at this next leak, they are hyping it in the same way as the last one.none of the moves they are making seem very practical for their alleged
situation, and yet all the moves they are making seem perfect for the plot of a bad movie. i just think this is exactly how the CIA would handle it,
and not one bit how a real hacker would go about it.