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Originally posted by oozyism
reply to post by Sheol
it is obvious that these leaks had an agenda, and the agenda is clear to see.
The agenda wasn't to inform the public, because US knows the public will always stay submissive.
What is the point of informing a public which will not take anything seriously and who will justify anything with the help of MSM.
Even installing brutal dictators by removing Democratically elected leaders of foreign nations are justified by MSM, and the Western public easts it all.
The best slaves are slaves by choice.
Originally posted by Sheol
It's not the fault of Wikileaks that media is not reporting neutrally. The cables are there on the website for all to see...it is the MSM which is not reporting them.
Originally posted by DEEZNUTZ
reply to post by I AM LEGION
Great job OP, well put together and I think you're right about China. They are master chess players also, of course they would tell South Korea they no longer support North Korea knowing full well that SK will run and tell their US masters. China does not want a US presence on their border and would rather put up with NK as it is today than have that.
Lavrov cautioned that Russia did not perceive Iran in the same way as the U.S. Iran for Russia was "much more than a country which might cause concern in the international community [....] but Iran and Russia were historical and traditional partners and neighbors, with a "rich bilateral agenda." "