WikiLeaks has yet again caught the United States government red-handed conducting a brazen act of totalitarianism as illustrated in George Orwell’s famous novel 1984.
According to the organization’s founder Julian Assange WikiLeaks was tipped off to the whereabouts of the documents as the federal government went through years of documents in the national archives and systematically removed all references to WikiLeaks.
Upon further digging into the archives to unraveled the disappearance of documents on their own organization WikiLeaks uncovered nearly two million documents of communications in the US Department of State which is being released to the public under the title Project K.
The files contain government communications which shed light on three years of lies and deception conducted by the government between 1973 and 1976 when Henry Kissinger was the Secretary of State.
Assange went on to point out that explain that many of the documents in the release were in fact supposed to be declassified but where being censored through obscurity.
According to those law, many of those documents are supposed be freely available to the public yet have remain hidden in archives behind walls of obscurity and technical systems that can only be accessed by trained experience operators who have obtained proper credentials.
For more on the release of the stash of the documents and what they mean RT speaks with WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson.
Via RT: On Monday, WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange released a series of 1.7 million files showcasing the communications of the US Department of State between 1973 and 1976. According to Assange, the documents will give journalists insight into the US’ political goal at that time and highlights Henry Kissinger’s communications with foreign governments. So what does this new leak mean and why are they so important? WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson explains why they went public on WikiLeaks.