The recent release of the 250,000 Wikileaks documents has provoked unparalleled global interest,
and everywhere in between.
One thing that can be said with certainty:
Wikileaks is changing things.
There are those who accept what the Wikileaks releases say at face value,
largely due to the misrepresentation of the documents by the corporate-controlled news.
There are those who see the documents as authentic and simply in need of proper interpretation and analysis.
Then there are those,
many of whom are in the alternative media,
who approach the leaks with caution and suspicion.
There are those who simply cast the leaks aside as a ‘psy-op’ designed to target specific nations that fit into U.S. foreign policy objectives.
Finally, then, there are those who deplore the leaks as ‘treason’ or threatening ‘security’.
Of all the claims and notions, the last is, without a doubt, the most ridiculous.
This essay aims to examine the nature of the Wikileaks releases and how they should be approached and understood.
If Wikileaks is changing things,
let’s hope people will make sure that it changes things in the right direction.