Friday, July 30, 2010

To Publish Official Secrets -- or Not

By Robert Parry
July 30, 2010

Defense Secretary Robert Gates and top Pentagon brass are claiming that the lives of Afghan civilians and U.S. soldiers have been put at risk by the leak of some 92,000 classified documents about the Afghan War, waving the bloody shirt (even if they don’t yet have one).

Read on.


ewhitton said...

From Evan Whitton

I would like to see a piece identifying members of the War Party.

(Those rubbishing Wikileaks are probably members)

Anonymous said...

"The Political Spinning of the WikiLeaks Release: Anti-war Whistleblowing or War Propaganda"...

"In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way."

Franklin D. Roosevelt

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You are being mis-informed.