In a surprise announcement on its website this morning, the information-leaking organisation Wikileaks, has revealed that Wikileaks staff, themselves, are often prone to making mistakes, and even fabricate their own fantastic stories out of absolutely nothing more than an active imagination.
The new revelation will come as a shock to those who have suffered at the hands of the tell-tale site, but not to myself, who used to work for Wikileaks on a part-time basis from my bedroom until three weeks ago.
Then, however, I became fed up with all the pretence, and endlessly having to make up interesting stuff which would both catch the public's attention, and be controversial enough to piss off giant organisations, like the US government.
Nowadays, I have decided to write more mundane 'news stories', such as the terminably-mundane adventures of Moys Kenwood, who routinely experiences real-life tedium in and about the Thai capital of Bangkok. Not much to leak there.
Wikileaks creator Julian Assange commented:
"I know nothing about this Monkey Woods, Moys Kenwood, Donkey Wooms, nor Wonkey Moods, but if there is some shit to dig on any of them, you can rest assured that we will be doing our utmost to dig it."