Sutton To Think About


WikiLeaks is "an international non-profit journalistic organization that publishes secret information, news leaks, and classified media from anonymous sources" by its own self-definition. This organization was founded in Julian Assange in 2006. In the time of its existence, it has released thousands of classified and private emails from governments around the world. This entire enterprise, of course, hits home in the recent, ongoing and threatened new release of documents related to our
Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her campaign. 

The manner in which WikiLeaks has manipulated the exposure of inside decisions among the Democratic Party and the present Democratic administration has been both embarrassing and threatening. The more information that has been released, the greater the damage to the integrity of the Executive branch and its processes has become. The Sword of Damocles, however, is the ongoing threat of what will be
released in the possible "October Surprise." The release of that information, if it even exists, has the potential to influence the November election. No doubt, a team stands ready to "spin" whatever damaging information comes to light. Of course, the big issue that has not been discussed, is how WikiLeaks obtained those documents in the first place.

Here is what we can learn from this sad episode. "No one will ever know" is one of the lies people so easily tell themselves. If we do something we know is wrong, the possibility always exists that we will be exposed. In fact, Satan and his minions excel in that kind of devious activity. To gain a stronger insight into this, read my newest work, Lectures from the Gates of Hell.