Many-sided America

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    America always pretended to be the only superpower and partner in the world. But the last leakage of the confidential data showed that the US has no respect of its partners and allies, no matter of their origin and rank. Otherwise there is no reasonable explanation for those nicknames and offensive letters about the politicians. It’s impossible to assume that some other countries will allow themselves to call well-known politicians as "the emperor with no clothes", "flabby old chap", "alpha dog", etc. The most part of those, who were insulted, stated that they didn’t give much prominence to this information, but I’m sure that feeling of resentment is strong and no one can be sure that in future it won’t play a mean joke with America. The American media showed the least important documents and disparaged WikiLeaks as a terrorist organization. Nonsense! The leaked information about America’s actions, especially in Iraq and Afghanistan, can be treated like an outrage against humanity and it was done under the democracy sign. The good thing is that we have the Internet and we can familiarize ourselves with the rest of the leaked information from the various INDEPENDENT sources. I hope that WikiLeaks and other media will have enough courage to continue the publications because it’s the only way to let everyone (primarily the Americans) know about the real White House’s actions and intentions.
     
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    The United States needs to be deferential to the wishes of Iraq and Afghanistan?
     

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