Is Secretary Of State Clinton Being Made The Scapegoat In The Julian Assange/WikiLeaks Affair?
well that depends upon how you fit the definition for scapegoat for a person or an entity. The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had remarks about wikileaks as "this disclosure is not just an attack on America's foreign policy interests, it is an attack on the international community."
When the Secretary of State herself is blaming and criticizing others for the damages done, how can Hillary Clinton be a scapegoat? She never admitted the blame of wikileaks on her shoulders. Furthermore an interesting aspect can be seen here that Julian Assange was NOT the SINGLE ONLY perosn who had access to the leaked documents. After all there were the volunteers as well who had some sort of access to the diplomatic cables. This translates to the bigger picture of having connections of these volunteers and Assange within the State Department who helped him release the diplomatic cables on the internet. In short, some government employees had confirmed conspiracy against the US government. Along with Assange, they should be brought to justice as well.
by Ralph Deeds 7 years ago
Newt Gingrich said Assange should be treated as an enemy combatant.Max Frankel said "The threat of massive leaks will exist so long as there are massive secrets." Secretary of Defense Robert Gates: Is it embarrassing? Yes. Is it awkward? Yes. Consequences for US foreign policy" I...
by Singular Investor 7 years ago
I thought it would be a neat idea to award Julian Assange the Nobel Peace Prize for 2011 - if he's still alive of course - but it seems I was not the only one to have the same thought - the Russian government has suggested it already - 2 Peace Prize Winners imprisoned - 1 in the USA (he ain't there...
by Ralph Schwartz 2 years ago
The Clinton campaigns message for any last minute Wikileaks bombshells? Hillary tells us they will be fake and she doesn't want you believe anything they have to say. Does she think we are stupid? Why would Wikileaks suddenly start publishing lies after ten years of ironclad and...
by pisean282311 7 years ago
WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange said in an interview published Thursday there was a "high chance" he would be killed in a US jail if he were to be extradited from Britain on espionage charges.The Australian is on bail in Britain fighting a bid by Sweden to extradite him over sex assault...
by andycool 7 years ago
WikiLeaks is involved in uncovering many hateful activities of the US government. In this respect would it be justified to restrict their activities by the US government?
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 16 months ago
NYT article: posted by Donald Trump Jr. on Twitter on July 11, 2017To everyone, in order to be totally transparent, I am releasing the entire email chain of my emails with Rob Goldstone about the meeting on June 9, 2016. The first email on June 3, 2016 was from Rob, who was relating a request from...
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