WikiLeaks Canada: WikiLeaks an enemy of the U.S.

by Guest4588  |  9 years, 2 month(s) ago

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WikiLeaks an enemy of the U.S: What did Canada say about wikileaks? Can someone tell me the details?

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  1. Guest4397
    With a curiosity that killed the cat, Canada waits for WikiLeaks to roll out some 2,400 classified documents showing the United States sniffing for dirt in our diplomatic letter box. While we see no for the-good-of-the-people journalistic justification for WikiLeaks reckless sabotage of U.S. international relations  with a quarter-million documents already released over the weekend -- our inquisitiveness is nonetheless palpable. And therein lies the danger. We love dirty secrets being divulged, and the more harmful the secret the better.WikiLeak's apparent mission statement is to feed the infotainment addiction that has become the major flaw of human nature in the early 21st century -- regardless of the outcome, regardless of who is hurt, and regardless of how it may disrupt international liaisons or harm any ongoing peace process. We tend to side with one of WikiLeak's more prominent critics, Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger, who wants to be far removed from WikiLeaks, calling these whistleblowers nothing more than "enemies of the U.S. -- not just the government but the people."What was the point, for example, other than to play to the propaganda wing of al-Qaida, for WikiLeaks to expose that Yemen President Ali Abdullah Saleh concealed U.S. missile strikes against an al-Qaida cell in his country by claiming them as his own? No good comes out of it.
    U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has already begun damage control in anticipation of the WikiLeak's Canada chapter being systematically rolled out on the Internet this week by having a phone conversation with Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon.
    No doubt some information will be embarrassing  such as confidential cables coming out of the U.S. Embassy citing Canada for its "inferiority complex," as well as possible CIA directives ordering a trace put on the credit cards and air-miles records of various Canadian diplomats in order to shadow their movements. Nothing, however, is expected to be potentially catastrophic unless Prime Minister Stephen Harper joined Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah in repeatedly urging the United States to bomb Iran into the Stone Age. Judging by Cannon's response Monday, however, the U.S. sniff of our diplomatic letter box would appear to be a case of no harm, no foul.

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