Journalist Gordon Duff calls Wikileaks “mother’s milk laced with arsenic.”
I prefer a reference to the story of the Trojan Horse.
Its “leaks” are a gift to the starving masses, yearning for transparency and sanity in the democratic world.
But this gift, like the infamous wooden idol of Aeneid fame, has more to it than meets the eye.
Enough time has passed to unfold the layers.
Within the Wikileaks phenomenon resides a weapon of mass disruption, a disease of the mind.
Thanks to the efforts of a shadow group ostensibly led by the relatively unknown, Julian Assange, we can now clearly see how the corporate media, unwittingly or not, has been a means to an end in a much broader offensive, perpetrating a genuine psychological war against the American people.