The aim of Wikileaks, and Julian Assange’s strategy

There’s been a lot of speculation of late about Wikileaks and its central figure, Julian Assange. I’ve even seen some articles that suggest that Wikileaks is not intending to provide greater transparency in government or to create a new paradigm in politics, but is in fact a false flag operation set up to abet and sustain the old paradigm.

I’ve just come across this article (Julian Assange and the Computer Conspiracy; “To destroy this invisible government”) which seems to do a pretty good job of analyzing the situation. It includes a number of quotes purportedly from Assange’s own statement of purpose.

But to round out the picture, you should also read Michel Chossudovsky’s article, Who is Behind Wikileaks

It’s all about conspiracies. But who are the conspirators? I think Paul Farrell comes close to the truth in fingering “The Goldman Conspiracy” in his recent article, Obama is a hostage, but not to the GOP. – t.h.g.

2 responses to “The aim of Wikileaks, and Julian Assange’s strategy

  1. I think that those who advocate transparency are just as mistaken as those who advocate secrecy. Each has a role. The issue is — How do we get a government that we trust to make those decisions?

    Obviously, this issue of trust is related to the problems with credit and legal tender.


  2. Pingback: The aim of Wikileaks, and Julian Assange’s strategy - Tom Greco at Chelsea Green

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