Saturday, January 1, 2011

Wikileaks : A Sideshow for the Rubes

Something heartening about all this.

They're losing their touch.

Wikileaks was a truly shabby cointel operation. It was easy to bust wide open and figure out who was really behind it. These idiots left a trail of breadcrumbs a mile wide.

A chink appears in the armor somewhere here.

Looks to me like they are not recruiting the best and brightest anymore.


Anonymous said...

The best and brightest aren't interested in working for these people.The best and brightest are all tending their own gardens.
The brightest people have worked out it's a rigged game.
The ONLY people left to recruit are 2nd rate.The US military has the same problem,their whole military would collapse (even faster) if it wasn't for the unemployed 40 year old White males who have become 'economic conscripts'
The average long term reader of Vault-Co is brighter then most of these clowns working for the NWO/ZOG/illuminati/ManBearPig.
Chris from Sydney

Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall said...

Although I believe Assange is sincere, I tend to believe recent reports that the CIA redacted the cables they fed him. They sure look, feel, and smell redacted. There's nothing particularly explosive in any of them - most of the information is available from other public domain sources.

It also really bothers me that they contain no mention whatsoever of the "strategic" reasons for the US on Afghanistan and Pakistan - namely their fierce competition with their main economic rival (China) over Middle East oil and gas resources. There are unclassified Pentagon documents on the Internet regarding their desire to see energy and mineral rich Balochistan secede from Pakistan and become a US client - just like Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and the other former Soviet republics. Yet there's nothing about this in the cables. Nothing about CIA support for the Baloch separatist movement and their efforts to disrupt operations at the Chinese-built port (to create an energy transit route for Iranian oil and natural gas direct to China)in Gwadar, Pakistan. And nothing about the CIA training young Baloch separatists in bomb-making and other terrorist activities.

I blog about this at I've put up a great map originally posted by the Free Balochistan movement - depicting a new state somewhat larger than the rest of Pakistan.