I do not totally buy Wikileaks.
From what I have read over the past day or so, much of what has been released consists of a succession of statements of the bleeding obvious, and merely fleshes out stories (e.g. Afghan government corruption or the Saudi/BAE scandal) that have run already.
Two interesting asides did occur yesterday, that may be worthy of greater consideration. The first was the Iranian government, via its stooge Press TV, stating that Wikileaks is merely an attempt to distract from both US domestic problems and lay the groundwork for an attack on Iran. The second was the apparent assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist in Tehran, coupled with a second attack in which the intended victim survived.
It is certainly possible to see the bulk of Wikileaks on Iran as laying the basis for Sunni Islam's case for a strike against Shia Iran (or more accurately the case of the Petro-Monarchies for such an attack) and what could loosely be called the 'liberal' case for bombing Iran - that a succession of countries feel genuinely threatened, that Iran is seriously developing nuclear weapons, a nuclear armed Iran and nuclear armed Israel would unbalance the world etc etc.
The thought certainly enters my mind that at least part of Wikileaks role is an attempt to ensure any US or Israeli(?) move against Iran has wider public support than the disastrous intervention in Iraq did. Proving such an assertion may be another matter entirely. That road may well be the one parapolitical researchers are traveling in the coming months.