Thursday, August 01, 2013

BRADLEY MANNING, THE HERO

 
Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning provided the world with evidence of US war crimes.

Manning got hold of a video showing the murder, by the US military, of 147 civilians.

This massacre took place in the Afghan village of Granai, in 2009.

 
Bradley Manning

Unfortunately, Manning gave the video to Wikileaks, which would appear to be run by the CIA.

In March 2013, Julian Assange said that WikiLeaks had received the video from Manning and described the incident as a "war crime," but said the video was lost when Daniel Domscheit-Berg left the organization.[44]


Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning's father was at one time an intelligence analyst in the United States Navy.

Some of Bradley Manning's friends have said that his father kicked Bradley out when he discovered that Bradley was gay.

 
Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning joined the military and trained as an intelligence analyst at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

In Iraq, Manning ‘got his hands on’ evidence of war crimes and passed it on to Wikileaks.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/

Bradley Manning has now been convicted of espionage.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is the real reason he was arrested.

In August 2008, Manning was sent to Fort Drum in Jefferson County, New York, where he joined the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, and trained for deployment to Iraq. It was while stationed there in the fall of 2008 that he met Tyler Watkins, who was studying neuroscience and psychology at Brandeis University, near Boston. Watkins was his first serious relationship, and he posted happily on Facebook about it, regularly traveling 300 miles to Boston on visits.

Watkins introduced him to a network of friends and the university's hacker community. He also visited Boston University's "hackerspace" workshop, known as "Builds," and met its founder, David House, the MIT researcher who was later allowed to visit him in jail.

Russian agents Bezrukov and his cover wife Yelena Vavilova had a home in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Anonymous said...

Egypt: Divide and Conquer?

http://www.globalresearch.ca/egypt-divide-and-conquer/5344336

Anonymous said...

THanks, AAng, for the story about hero,
Manning. Look at the comments under the article in dailymail.co.uk/ 99% see him as a traitor... :(
Completely degenerated world...
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from ARABIC MEDIA: Secret $8 billion deal between Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood

Below is a summary of the video in Arabic that reveals an agreement made between Barack Hussein Obama and Mohamed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood to give 40% of Sinai to Hamas in exchange for $8 billion allegedly already paid to Morsi/Muslim Brotherhood by Obama.

No wonder Obama is asking the Egyptian Army to release Morsi: the-muslim-in-chief-obama-asks-egyptian-leaders-to-release-his-bff-mohamed-morsi

This is a Google translation of the story which appears in French from Poste deVeille in Canada:
h/t Susan K
Summary:
• SECRET agreement between the Obama administration and the Muslim Brotherhood (not the Egyptian government) to give 40% of the Sinai and the annexation of that part of Egyptian territory in Gaza. The objective is to facilitate the conclusion of a comprehensive peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians

• This agreement was signed by Khairat el Shater (number 2 of the Brotherhood) by Morsi and the Supreme Guide FM. (FM stands for Muslim Brotherhood)

• A sum of U.S. $ 8 billion was paid to the FM.

• The document was seized by the army following the deposition of Morsi. This is the army that has leaked the news.

• An investigation is ongoing Morsi and El Shater. An arrest warrant was filed against the Guide to FM and other members of his office.

• FM signatories to the agreement are liable to the death penalty for treason.

• The Obama administration would try to reach an agreement with el Sissi (chairman of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces): recognition of the legitimacy of the “coup” in exchange for his silence about the secret agreement. But el Sissi would be more interested in the conviction of FM and discredit their organization which is Egypt’s main source of danger.

• The Republican members of Congress are seriously looking into the case. If proven, the process of Obama impeachment could be triggered.

http://giveusliberty1776.blogspot.com/2013/07/breakingobamas-secret-8-billion-dollar.html

shirlz007 said...

it nice that you note Bradleys mistake was giving the information to Wikileaks!
Bradley Manning - hero
Julian Assange - muppet

Anonymous said...

http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2013/07/30/aaron-swartz-was-not-targeted-mit-according-independent-review/J51XTImeWSb4ZUfP46WWrK/comments.html

Anonymous said...

Was there a SECRET agreement between the Obama administration and the Muslim Brotherhood (not the Egyptian government) to give 40% of the Sinai and the annexation of that part of Egyptian territory in Gaza? The objective was to facilitate the conclusion of a comprehensive peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians.


Below is a summary of the video in Arabic that reveals an agreement made between Barack Obama and Mohamed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood, to give 40% of Sinai to Hamas in exchange for $8 billion has already been paid to Morsi by Obama.

• An investigation is ongoing Morsi and El Shater. An arrest warrant was filed against the Guide to MB and other members of his office.

مرسي يبيع 40% من اراضي سيناء لامريكا
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o24fcRjE44#at=22

Obama's Secret $8 Billion Bribe To the Muslim Brotherhood
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouDbqe_Ed1Q#at=98

http://conservativeangle.com/obama-was-there-a-secret-8-billion-dollar-bribe-to-morsi-and-the-muslim-brotherhood/

Anonymous said...

Libyan Intelligence: Muslim Brotherhood, Morsi Involved in U.S. Consulate Attack

by Raymond Ibrahim on June 26, 2013 in From The Arab World, Islam


According to a Libyan intelligence document, the Muslim Brotherhood, including Egyptian President Morsi, were involved in the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, where several Americans, including U.S. ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, were killed.

http://www.raymondibrahim.com/from-the-arab-world/libyan-intelligence-muslim-brotherhood-morsi-involved-in-u-s-consulate-attack/

Anonymous said...

he real criminal here is the US government, it would seem that committing these murders i notas bada crime as talking about it,
After W W II Churchils secretary John Colvile said that Churchill insisted on as many Germans to be hung at the Nuremberg trials as possible, to silence thier voices as to the real reasons for the war on Germany, which have since shown to be another bankers war.
Bradley Manning on several websites in condemned more for his sexual perversions than his whistleblowing, what a sad state of affairs

Anonymous said...

Committing War Crimes is a Duty; Reporting Them is a Felony

Bradley Manning is the only combat veteran of the Iraq war whose service is worth honoring. Like hundreds of thousands of servicemen, Manning carried out unlawful orders to participate in an illegal war. Unlike any of the rest, he took necessary action to expose discrete criminal acts committed in the larger context of that illegal enterprise.

While serving as an intelligence analyst in Iraq, Manning sometimes felt as if he were “watching nonstop snuff films,” according to a New York magazine profile. His job consisted of sitting at a work station and evaluating Iraqis as targets. This meant “reducing a human being to a few salient points. Then he made a quick decision based on imperfect information: kill, capture, exploit, source.”

Unlike countless other U.S servicemen who took refuge in the idea that obedience to superiors immunizes criminal behavior, Manning tried to discriminate between “insurgents” and innocent bystanders, only to find that such distinctions do not exist when one is fighting a war of aggression. When he expressed concerns about this to his superiors, Manning was told to choke down such questions and get back to the task of killing people who resented being occupied by a prohibitively stronger foreign power.

Continues:

http://freedominourtime.blogspot.com/2013/07/committing-war-crimes-is-duty-reporting.html

brian said...

Stephen Colbert on the Manning Verdict:
"Here is what I don't get. Manning is found not guilty of aiding the enemy, but he is found guilty of espionage. So then who was he spying for, when he told us what the government was doing? Oh my God! He was working for the American People! OMG We're the enemy!
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Now that we know who Manning was feeding all the govt secrets too, somebody should be keeping an eye on those people. Oh they are?"
http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/428239/july-31-2013/bradley-manning-verdict?utm=share_twitter

 
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