The last panel of Watchmen and what comes next was the subject of much discussion today. Since The New Frontiersman needs to fill a two page void, I think it’s likely that they will at least look at Rorschach's journal because it is long enough (and because by nature of the size it stands out). I feel like the most likely outcome is that even if it is published it will be largely ignored. New Frontiersmen is such a right wing, conspiracy obsessed, sensationalist publication from what we see it will be too easy to dismiss. Even though Veidt may not have planned for Rorschach’s journal, it will not hamper his planning. Rorschach himself is too flawed a character, an accusation from him will not carry enough weight, especially when printed in an equally flawed/questionable publication.
As a reader I don’t know how I feel about this outcome - it leaves me with the same nauseous, unsure feeling that the characters probably had. Veidt’s plan was maniacal and murderous, but now that it is enacted revealing the truth will only make the deaths have been in vain. If the journal were published and believed, it would undo any positive effects from this insane plan. Do I want his plan revealed? Do I want it to succeed? I don’t know, and not knowing is both satisfying and unsatisfying