WikiLeaks U.S. Embassy Cables Release
Blazing Catfur has the key headline: “Wikileaks Diplomatic Cables Released by Times, Der Spiegel.”
Here’s this at NYT, “Cables Obtained by WikiLeaks Shine Light Into Secret Diplomatic Channels.” And I love this at Spiegel: “A Superpower’s View of the World.” And Doug Mataconis has a report: “Wikileaks Releases Diplomatic Cables, Revealing International Secrets.” (Via Memeorandum.) I’ve commented on WikiLeaks extensively. I won’t think twice if Julian Assange meets the cold blade of an assassin, and apparently a significant number of others don’t care for the guy. See the WikiLeaks Twitter page and Hot Air: “Wikileaks servers under DOS attack ahead of diplomatic document dump” (with lots of updates). I continue to be amazed at the fawning credibility Assange gets on the progressive left. Anything that tears down the military — even putting at risk the lives of Americans and our allies — is totally cool with these freaks. But maybe something good will come of all this, in the end.
Cross-posted from American Power.
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