posted on Jul, 31 2010 @ 06:19 PM
Thinking out loud is good.
My thoughts on how Fox is covering this are along the lines of yours. But Napolitano for the most part, to me anyway, is pretty fair and balanced. In
fact, he often seems to be shushed by others on Fox when he strays too far off the...um...how shall I put this...approved mark.
As for why names weren't redacted, I don't know. Here again it is of interest as to who re-reported the story about these names being leaked, how,
and why. I believe it was Bloomberg and the WSJ who made the biggest issue of it (going from memory...will have to check). If that tells anyone
As for the names themselves, you might be interested in the analysus LarryLove here at ATS put together. It's a more decent analysis than I've seen
so far in the MSM in this thread.
As to Assange himself. He seems pretty confident and committed to the spread of information and the truth. I don't know anything about his financial
I do believe that what we are watching is a battle between two factions pretty high up in the government.
Example: The CFR might want the information released to get us OUT of Iraq, Afghanistan and keep us out of Iran, but the PNAC/neocon/Zionist factions
what to keep us IN.
Look at which media outlets are reporting the story and HOW they are reporting it for a clue to this. To me, some clearly are bigger supporters of one
faction over another.