From Awareness Times Newspaper in Freetown

COMMENTS & OPINIONS
Sierra Leone, only a Rogue will say his source is "According to Rumor"
By Sylvia Olayinka Blyden
Dec 9, 2010, 17:18

By popular demand, we have decided to reproduce the infamous U.S. Embassy Cable which reveals that US Embassy sources for secret dispatches are now “according to rumor” and “media reports”.  A big bunch of jokers embarrassing the great United States by calling themselves U.S. diplomats, now source rumors & unsubstantiated media reports to file damaging reports against Sierra Leonean citizens!

Some respectable SLPP members were not happy with my yesterday demolition of Glenn Fedzer’s nonsense against President Koroma which they had wanted to use for propaganda purposes. One of them fondly accused me yesterday of possessing “too much integrity for your own good!”.

I am however happy that the strategic leadership of the SLPP has hinted to me that they will NOT be “rushing to comment on a diplomatic dispatch that has a lot of XXXXXXXXXXXXX all over it”.

In my view, this SLPP position is smart because more Secret Cables from US Embassy in Freetown are going to definitely be released by Wikileaks!  Infact, lots more leaks, from other U.S. Embassies including in neighbouring Conakry, were released again yesterday December 8th 2010 even though the Wikileaks founder is behind bars! Now, going by previous acts of the U.S. Embassy in Freetown, impending leaked Glenn Fedzer cables might not be complimentary to the interest of the SLPP so why rush to give credibility to a man who was never fair to your party? Think SLPP! Think!

I still recall the role played by this same Glenn Fedzer alongside Zainab Bangura and Michael Schulenburg to embarrass John Benjamin when he tried to attend his daughter’s graduation in America in June 2009 so there should be no rush to give credibility to anything written by Glenn Fedzer. He is a despicable rogue.

Only a Rogue Diplomat will report on an issue and base his source as being “according to rumor”!



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