Wikileaks Releases Kissinger Documents

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The Wikileaks website is leading about two million secret documents from the 1970s.  That’s when Henry Kissinger was Secretary of State under Presidents Nixon and Ford.  Fox News says so far no shocking revelations have been found, but Wikileaks founder Julian Assange went on Skype to say it’s all part of his mission.

“Orwell once said that ‘he who controls, the present controls the past and he who controls the past controls the future’. Our
analysis shows that the U.S. administration cannot be trusted with its control of the past,” Assange says.  He’s living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, fighting extradition to Sweden on rape and assault charges.  Meanwhile the Justice Department is investigating him for the leak of thousands of secret documents about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

To read the Kissinger documents, click here.

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  • Guest

    There are no charges. The Head of the Swedish Supreme Court recently said he had "no idea" why the Swedish prosecution would not go and question Assange in London about the allegations, as that was the normal procedure in Sweden.

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