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Monday
Aug282017

WikiLeaks: Hostile is as hostile does

US Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) was the lone dissenting vote on the Bill which was approved by the Senate Intelligence Committee in late August. Wyden is on board with Congress's general anti-Russia/anti-WikiLeaks hate-fest, but worries that the Bill's 'novel' phraseology might be “applied to journalists inquiring about secrets”. That's a valid concern, as far as it goes, but it doesn't go nearly far enough.

Simply put, the US Government's problem with WikiLeaks — the basis for its claim of hostility — is that WikiLeaks tells the truth about the US Government.

WikiLeaks's disclosures include material on US war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan, torture at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, and US spy operations against putative allies (including a scheme cooked up by the Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] and then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to spy on United Nations officials).

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