Si antes pensaba que era un pobre diablo con buenas intenciones al que pillaron haciendo algo útil para la sociedad, ahora me quito el sombrero ante su capacidad de análisis, de investigación y de compromiso social.
Su declaración fechada a 28 de febrero de 2013 es muy interesante. Reproduzco a continuación algunos párrafos:
The more I read, the more I was fascinated by the way that we dealt with other nations and organizations. I also began to think that the documented backdoor deals and seemingly criminal activity that didn't seem characteristic of the de facto leader of the free world.
I once read a and used a quote on open diplomacy written after the First World War and how the world would be a better place if states would avoid making secret pacts and deals with and against each other.
I thought these cables were a prime example of a need for a more open diplomacy. Given all of the Department of State information that I read, the fact that most of the cables were unclassified, and that all the cables have a SIPDIS caption, I believe that the public release of these cables would not damage the United States; however, I did believe that the cables might be embarrassing, since they represented very honest opinions and statements behind the backs of other nations and organizations.
El enlace al texto completo:
http://www.alexaobrien.com/secondsight/ ... ement.html