As WikiLeaks The New York Times Wets Itself

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It’s funny (“ha-hah” and strange) how “The Paper of Record” has made its decisions on what is publish worthy. A year ago there was the busting open of “ClimateGate“, and the New York Times blinked. Over last weekend the latest WikiLeaks dump of stolen data/information was exposed to the world, and the same New York Times was practically foaming at the mouth to get it published for all to see. After all, information is the key to allowing a free and ‘democratic’ society to decide the issues for themselves … even if it is ill-gotten.

The Times believes that the documents serve an important public interest, illuminating the goals, successes, compromises and frustrations of American diplomacy in a way that other accounts cannot match.

So the NY Times went to print with the WikiLeaks, and will, no doubt, follow with anymore leaks to come. However, as I pointed out, nearly a year before the same NY Times refused to print the information regarding the ClimateGate hoax because they reasoned those emails were … wait for it … stolen.

The documents appear to have been acquired illegally and contain all manner of private information and statements that were never intended for the public eye, so they won’t be posted here.

Hmm, here we have that “funny” factor popping up again. You see, how much more “have been acquired illegally and contain all manner of private information and statements that were never intended for the public eye” can it get when the only other named person involved (besides Julian Assange), Private Bradley Manning, is being talked about as a candidate for a ‘treason’ trial, and possible punishment to the full extent? Assange’s crime is espionage, which is just as severe.

Apparently, some of the remaining readers of the NY Times are not too happy or supportive of the faltering paper’s decision to aid in the possible weakening of our national security and diplomatic ties, not to mention the lives of our troops in battle and intel people in the field. The issue of aiding and abetting WikiLeaks in this espionage is just as bad as the Times decision to not carry the ClimateGate data where the biggest hoax in the history of civilization was crafted, and is still being carried out, by the trusted and tenured scientific community in order to garner control over every aspect of our lives, and redistribute the money of the USA across the world. Both issues should have been treated with the same level of importance … were the NY Times an unbiased and responsible media publication.

Seems The Old Gray Lady is incontinent.

(H/T The Blaze)

4 thoughts on “As WikiLeaks The New York Times Wets Itself”

  1. If the folks who run The Times nowadays had been doing it during the late 1930`s and early 1940`s…..we been speaking Japaneses in the West now while our fellow Americans in the East would be speaking German.

  2. I’m not sure if this is news to the board or not, but Assange has had a little vendetta against the NY Times for a while now:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/christopher-alessi/wikileaks-founder-lashes_b_774413.html

    In fact, the NY Times was NOT given access to the latest WikiLeaks by WikiLeaks itself, but rather only second hand through a British newspaper:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/29/AR2010112905421.html

    I haven’t been following this site recently … has anyone mentioned Amazon’s complicity in releasing the WikiLeaks material?

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