03 December 2010

Mossad and WikiLeaks against Turkey: connect the dots

Dot 1:

The founder of the whistleblower WikiLeaks website, Julian Assange, defended his team's work in an interview with Time Wednesday and said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "believes that the result of this publication, which makes the sentiments of many privately held beliefs public… will lead to some kind of increase in the peace process in the Middle East and particularly in relation to Iran".
Dot 2:
A senior official in Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government blamed Israel for the Wikileaks release, saying on Wednesday that Israel wanted to use the documents to put pressure on Turkey, Turkish daily Huriyyet reported.
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jams o donnell said...

Hmm if only the first statement was really true

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Nah, it is just Bibi's crap, even if true.