posted on Dec, 31 2010 @ 06:54 AM
Well, wasn't this what we were told from the beginning? I remember being told that the leaks contained specific information about people that have
worked "under-cover" with our special forces and could be dangerous for their lives, their families, and for the sensitive relationships between the
U.S. and allied countries.
I was under the impression that there may be details, and/or certain cables between local informants and our CIA boots on the ground. Like, locals
and certain (possibly) persons with close ties to insurgents. Basically, regular people that have been passing info to the U.S. troops on the
In fact, that was the big reason that we were told (through media) that this was a really bad idea - to release the cables, saying that many people
will be immediately exposed for working with the U.S. soldiers.
Just had a thought: If this is what he's referring to, then wouldn't that put him in danger of being off'd by an Arab who is against the U.S.? So,
then he's basically threatening the U.S. and her allies with information that would not only out their informants - some of these informants take many
years of constant contact and relationship bonding to build trust - but will black mail them into providing 'extra' protection. Basically, making the
EU and US provide him with protection from their enemies. Hmmm, very smart! Protecting an enemy (perceived by the govt) from another enemy.
edit on 31-12-2010 by SourGrapes because: (no reason given)