The real problem Wikileaks exposes


. . . but if what the Guardian is reporting is true and potentially 3 million people had access to this information, the only surprise is it took this long for someone to leak it.

(This is another very good example of the US government's ability to keep a secret.)

The real problem Wikileaks exposes

By Bruce McQuain
Created Nov 29 2010 - 7:48am

While it is certainly at least embarrassing and in many cases dangerous that US diplomatic cables have been leaked to the press, if one looks deeply enough, it is hardly surprising. The access granted by the US government to the cables which have been released in the past couple of days numbers into the millions of people.  That revelation makes it hard to imagine that the information wouldn't end up being leaked.

The American Truth

The American Truth

The American Truth is the latest work by Nick Shelton that explores the controversies of the September 11th attacks.

A little about The American Truth

Part nonfiction, part novel - The American Truth paints a picture of the “secrets” of 9/11. This page-turner makes you question whether you witnessed one of the most controversial events of all of history.

The fiction section puts the 9/11 controversies into a riveting, action-packed narrative similar to that of the novel The Da Vinci Code. The non-fiction section provides an overview of the 9/11 controversies.

Purpose of

The purpose of this site is not to sell copies of The American Truth. Much of the book is actually available for free on this website. I created this site to:
• provide an interactive atmosphere for those who have read The American Truth;
• allow anyone with Internet access to learn more about the important issues addressed in the book;
• provide relevant information for those interested in the controversies surrounding the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Keeping Secrets

This dosen't have anything to do with 911, but it does show how a BIG secret can be kept for a LONG time among ALOT of people for PERSONAL gain.

I saw this, this morning on ESPN's Cold Pizza. It talks about how the Gaints stold pitching signs to come back and win the world series, and how everyone kept the secret nearly 50 years.