Monkey See, Monkey Hear

Americans oppose the WikiLeaks data dump of government records, yet have no problem with government agencies violating their own privacy.

3 thoughts on “Monkey See, Monkey Hear

  1. I can’t believe Americans would oppose this. People like Mr Lieberman certainly, but any American with an internet connection must be liking this.

    To have an internet connection AND be opposed to the wikileaks data drop means you have some serious brain damage.

    In other news, for your revolutionary purposes Ted:
    London calling to the faraway towns
    Now war is declared – and the Student battle come down

    That’s Fox News whining like pussies. Ted mah boy – throw this in front of your scared peoples !

    London calling, see we ain’t got no swing
    ‘Cept for the ring of that truncheon thing

  2. Ted!

    There`s been an agreement on the TAPI Pipeline!

    Look: Agreement Reached on Tapi (sic) Pipeline

    This is shocking and surprising. Our president, Asif Ali Zardari is infamous across the world for his corruption. Recognise him from his 50 Megawatt smile here, and the one with the second biggest grin is Mr Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov, who you referenced in your Central Asia focused piece on Wikileaks.

    I am suspecting that it may be possible that Mr Zardari may have bought some controlling interest in the Turk-Afghan-Pak-Indian pipeline, which would segue in with a viciously anti-politician (and nearly anti-democratic view) that many Pakistanis espouse, but I don’t have any evidence beyond Mr Zardari’s massive grin to make that accusation. However, deep, deep suspicions remain.

    More significantly India is involved voluntarily with a deal with Pakistan. What this means is that there is serious Pakistani resolve to see something like this happen if our government has agreed to have India on board.

    As always, it’s feasability that remains the problem. Your comments would be welcome on this Ted.

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