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Forbes: WikiLeaks UFO Cables: More About Raelian Cult Than Alien Life

 I Want To Believe Commentary: It would appear that journalists are already privy to the yet-to-be-disclosure Wikileaks UFO tranmissions. According to Andy Greenberg of Forbes the transmissions relate only to intelligence monitoring of UFO cults (some would say religions) such as the Raelian Cult. This makes sense in that we know that intelligence agencies monitor such groups and their activities. This is also in-keeping with the types of information already released. No smoking guns or even real facts in most cases - but transmissions containing diplomats and agents opinions on various issues and peoples.

With the usual condescending tones of a mainstream journalist Greenspan notes that Julian Assange has himself critisied 'conspiracy theorists' and the 9/11 truth movement citing Assange' annoyance that people cling to "false conspiracies". Those of you who are familiar with the work of Richard D Hall will know that it is his assertion that "9/11" - or rather an individuals views on it - can be considered as a litmus test for determining an activists true agenda. Greenspan can possibly be forgiven for his views as we can make no assumption about what research he has done. Assange however we would expect to have done his homework. Or maybe like other celebrities Assange is simply fearful of being labelled a "conspiracy theorist" and has simply chosen dishonesty as a route to maintain his standing within the system.

If WikiLeaks didn’t already have the attention of the world’s conspiracy theorists, its founder Julian Assange grabbed the X-files crowd by their tin-foil helmet antennae in December, when he mentioned that the site plans to publish leaked cables that reference UFOs.

But after two months of allowing the UFO-obsessed to let their psychotic imaginations run wild, Assange may have put a damper on hopes that Area 51’s secrets will finally be exposed.