There is no doubt that WikiLeaks' Julian Assange is picking what to release, when, to whom, how, and under what memoranda of understanding with publishers. However, he didn't write the State Department cables. It should not be difficult for people to read every cable while keeping in mind that those writing the cables are working for the Empire. Unfortunately, the cables are being spun rather than being analyzed for what they are: internal propaganda even while filling directives (as cover sheets for raw data funneled to the State Department). Rawer data has so far not been released. We shall see.
Is Julian Assange a closet Zionist? That's the question being floated. In the video (below), Wayne Madsen doesn't take a position on it but leaves it open for speculation (somewhat reasonable). It appears though that Gordon Duff flat out believes that Julian Assange is a Mossad agent and WikiLeaks is a Mossad operation. Again, we shall see.
It is certainly true that Julian Assange has publicly belittled the 9/11 Truth Movement. For those who are unaware, the 9/11 Truth Movement has within it a set (a subset if you will) of people who have come to the conclusion that 9/11 was a Mossad operation. Alan Sabrosky certainly believes it. (See: VIDEO SERIES: 100% SURE ISRAEL [ZIONISTS/NEOCONS] DID 911.) I say the neocons set it up. Neocons are Zionists. The CIA is loaded with neocons/Zionists. The Mossad and CIA do often work together.
I do not believe that Julian Assange is a Mossad agent or a CIA agent or the like. I am of the view that were Russian or Chinese secrets to find their way to WikiLeaks, those secrets would end up being released after whatever vetting process WikiLeaks is using. Considering the time between receipt and the time of release, there may be some heavy vetting going on. I take this position because the releases prior to this latest cablegate release reduced the Zionists' power.
Again, the most important thing is to read the cables always baring in mind who wrote them and why. The wording is crafted. The authors suck up to those who can remove them from their often cushy positions.
Were we to read cables between Russians about the Chinese or between Arab states about the U.S., we would be treated to, or subjected to, hearing about how wicked the Chinese are and/or Americans, as the case may be.