It may not be well footed, but as Jerry in Conspiracy Theory says, “a good conspiracy theory is an unprovable one.”
Mike Huckabee says that the person who has leaked documents to Julian Assange and Wikileaks should be put to death, and anything less than the death penalty will be “too kind.” Newt Gingrich has called Assange an enemy combatant.
But as all we free thinkers know, Huckabee, Gingrich, Palin, and all the rest of the neocons are just warmongers, and they will say anything to further that goal.
Even from the beginning, Wikileaks hasn’t been releasing information that we didn’t already know. So what’s the point?
Former Pakistani Army General Mirza Aslam Beg has said that the CIA and Mossad could stop the links if they wanted to, but we don’t need Sarah Palin to tell us this.
Now the reasons why I can support or come up with this theory is because – as I said – Wikileaks has released nothing that we didn’t already know. Possibly with the exception of the new revelations that Middle Eastern nations want us to attack Iran and clean up their mess. Big surprise, huh?
And, second, if this gets “way out of control” the President can take control of the internet.
But as I said – or as Jerry said – “a good conspiracy theory is an unprovable one.” But we’ll see.