reply to post by pcrobotwolf
Hmm, perhaps its because America dont know how to secure thier data correctly ? This is almost as ridiculous as saying "Loads of people kill people
officer, why are you arresting me just cos you caught me at it?" .Utter nonsense, making victims of yourselves like some sniveling gutterworm,
attempting to avoid the attentions of a justly hungry bird.
The way I see it, this leak says as much about the politics and diplomacy of other nations as it does about the US itself. The Yemeni authorities for
instance, must be horrified at the fact that thier cover up of the American opperations there (bombing al queda suspects within Yemeni territory) has
been undone by this leak. After all , they lied to thier own people about who was bombing who and why, claiming that thier own military was
responsible for the strikes. They stand to loose far more as a political group from that part of the leak, than does the US.
All the US really stands to loose from this leak, is the confidence of diplomats and military strategists the world over, purely because the US
appears to have more leaks in its secret keeping methodology than a fishing net in a saw mill. You can rest assured that if Wikileaks found evidence
against Tony Blair, the current UK government, or any other bugger, then they would show it to the world just the same. I think the UK intelligence
service know this also , and thusly have cranked up the preasure on thier operatives to keep thier data secure, and prevent leaks and defections.
I have heard the kind of complaining and pathetic tone , currently employed by the US , and its allies who condemn this leak before. Its the same
utterly gutless response you get when questioning an Israeli about Gaza, or talking to a Chinese official about Tibet. Its disembling nonsense, which
refuses to answer any accusation made against it. Its utterly pathetic. One day, someone important will ask the US government two very important
questions. Those will be :
How can you justify advocating democracy while lying to your people about the sort of government which runs thier lives?
And if you must opperate like a fascism, why with all the public money invested in intelligence and government , can you not keep your foul,
distended, cancerous and immoral activities from the sight of the taxpayer, and the world at large?
No matter how victimised the American government might feel about these leaks, those two questions, when asked from the right mouth, will need answers
that the establishment cannot give without demolishing thier own houses of cards. THAT is the reason for all the complaining, and the whining, and the
inability to give a straight answer about intelligence matters. The truth is that the leaks have NOT endagered anyones life , at least, no one who
doesnt deserve a swift kick in the nuts for acting in an undemocratic manner. If governments want to control thier nations, then they have to behave
as if they were being watched by a member of the public , over thier shoulder, every day , every second. They MUST not do things which thier people
would not allow if given a choice and ALL the relavent information. If they DO act in a moraly retarded way, and are caught, then thats tough luck,
and they , and thier ignorant fool supporters must bite that bullet, and either confess to thier crimes and swing in the breeze, or suck it up , and
be men rather than pathetic mewling halfbirths about it, like they are now.