rsingh wrote: It is a creation of few intelligence agencies to publish crap about target leaders in a credible way in order to destabilize a political party leader or a nation. It is an instrument of US/EU foreign policy suited for an open world. My 2 Euro cents
Perhaps. But: " The new Coca-Cola formula subsequently caused a public backlash. Gay Mullins, from Seattle, Washington, USA, founded the Old Coke Drinkers of America organization, which attempted to sue the company, and lobbied for the formula of Old Coke to be released into the public domain. This and other protests caused the company to return to the old formula under the name Coca-Cola Classic on July 10, 1985. The company was later accused of performing this volte-face as an elaborate ruse to introduce a new product while reviving interest in the original. The company president responded to the accusation by declaring: "We are not that stupid, or that smart." http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Coca-cola
You give intelligence agencies too much credit for being intelligent. These are cables from US Embassies to the DOS in their unvarnished form and I for one see this less as 'Anti-American' than anti 'mealy-mouth'.
The truth will set us free. Or, as the Germans would have it: "die Wahrheit wird euch frei machen" not to be confused of course, with "Arbeit macht frei".
Clears the air and allows for the "reset button" that Hillary keeps talking about. The US will not only weather this but emerge stronger because all it did in effective response was to alert other governments. No assassination squads (AFAIK) and no leaning too heavily on news media to cut it out. The roaches on both sides will have to look for new spidey holes.