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A Challenge to Those Who Don’t (or Won’t) See the TRUTH About Obama – Open Thread

Posted by Miri December 8, 2011

Now that we’re entering, in earnest, another presidential campaign, it behooves us to reprise a most excellent post by friend, fellow blogger, and “founding father” of our blog, itooktheredpill (and we all hope to soon escape the Obama Matrix)

His post, first published on August 27, 2008, is comprehensive in scope and will astound you with the sheer number of TRUTHS that defy challenge. Are you up to the challenge?  Continue reading

The Drip, Drip, Drip of Wikileaks

Posted by Bridgette

Important Cable Releases by Wikileaks

Days 1 – 6

The Drip, Drip, Drip of Wikileaks

This is a  composite of the most important  information that was released by Wikileaks to various news outlets.  This references  Days  1 – 6  by the UK’s Guardian. Of the reported 250,000 downloaded cables, only a fraction have been released.   These serve as insight into our government’s relationships with other countries.   They also may permanently damage our image throughout the world, highlight our inability to maintain our secret documents, and otherwise inhibit a trusting relationship with many countries.   This doesn’t  cover the danger that those who divulged their opinions  ” in secret”  may now face in the countries they represent.

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Who is Really Behind the Document Leaks?

By Bridgette

Is it This Man?

Vladimir Putin, Russia's Prime Minister

 

Coming on the heals of Wikileaks’ document dump, and its suspiciously cherry-picked  information, especially targeting Hillary Clinton and her diplomatic spy corps,  it is noted that there was no information disparaging  Obama.    It is as though the little quips were embarrassing, but most wouldn’t cause a diplomatic incident unless those exposed were “thin skinned.”    After all, most characterizations  or suspected government activities have been written previously  by one or several journalists.   There were very few surprises in the contents of the diplomatic correspondence.

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