On Wikileaks

November 30, 2010 by J-Wire
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Is it not odd that the united states (and many other countries) bought stolen secret and confidential financial banking information pertaining to many people worldwide, from a thief, who had stolen the information from a liechtenstein bank. they have had no hesitation to use this information against the individuals involved in a most aggressive way.

and yet they cry “crime and traitor” and have international warrants for the arrest of the  wikileaks publishers, for exposing secret documents stolen from their security files.

whilst i do not agree with wikileaks actions,  i feel they do endanger world stability, particularly diplomatic stability; however wikileaks have learnt from the usa and others, that those who have stolen secrets have readily been paid millions for stolen illegal documents.

Sam Goldman

Bellevue Hill

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One Response to “On Wikileaks”
  1. Lynne Newington says:

    Well said, and many are running for cover.
    The spurious accusations with sexual overtones is typical.
    How does the saying go; the greatest form of defence is attack and most powerful entities are experts in this field, church and state.

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