Some people seem to revel in turning over every stone in the hope of finding some juicy morsel of scandal.
If people elect representatives to form a government, it is a given they should be entrusted to act in the people's best interests and take care of national security.
I can't see much point in thousands of emails (if that is the case) being released to the general public as they can be interpreted in as many different ways.
Personally, it doesn't surprise me that Saudi might have wanted to go to war with Iran. But, why is it so important or necessary that such a piece of information should come out?
The desire to have all information made public reeks of obsession and ♥♥♥♥♥ stirring, imo. Each sovereign state is entitled to have its own national security policy, and elected leaders should be given some trust to get on with it.
In the same way, if you are a parent, there are things you would discuss with your partner but not with your children; there are things you would discuss with your children but not with your neighbour; there are things you would discuss with your child's teacher but not with your child; there are things you would discuss with your mother but not with your partner.
In this information-sharing obsessed age, it seems to be a God given right to media nosey parkers that everyone must know everything about everyone else.
The next thing, we’ll be having Google cameras in our bedrooms, in the interest of free, open information for all!
Give us a break.