Monday, August 20, 2012

Who benefits from that?

No charges are filed against Julian Assange. He's "wanted for questioning" in the Kingdom of Sweden. Yet he's now been smeared worldwide as a sly serial sexual criminal. Who benefits from that?

Attention focuses on the messenger, and his flaws, while ugly messages are overlooked. Who benefits from that?

Wikileaks openly helped publish embarrassing US Government internal cables. If Assange had been violently eliminated soon after, he'd be a cause célèbre -- he'd be a martyr evoking widespread sympathy. But now quite conveniently his reputation is blackened. Those supporting his organization argue among themselves. They're indecisive, they're unable to raise funding. Who benefits from that?

The cables show treachery & deception operating at the highest levels of the US Government.

Imagine the worst. It's even worse than that...