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The Iraq papers

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Bradley Manning

Julian Assange

Wikileaks "heroes" in captivity

How traitors work

2007 airstrike video



Wikileaks do two quite separate things:
  1. They leak information.
  2. They spin and distort the information to conform to a left-wing, anti-military, anti-war view of the world.
The second of these is unnecessary. They could have decided to be just a leaking organisation. But they couldn't resist the temptation to editorialise. Often the very information they are leaking refutes the spin they try to put on it. For example, in the 2007 Iraq airstrike video, the US military is clearly telling the truth about what happened, while Wikileaks is spinning it and distorting it.

Wikileaks doesn't just leak.
They also editorialise and spin.
Their biased, politicised spin about the 2007 Iraq airstrike on is simply false.
The video certainly does not show the "unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers".

Iraqi jihadi terrorists in the 2007 airstrike video.
Wikileaks spun this as if it was an attack on civilians.
The US military, in contrast, was telling the truth.
The Wikileaks version is false.

The 2007 airstrike video, released Apr 2010

The Afghan papers, July 2010

The 2007 airstrike video showed Wikileaks' distortion, and their anti-war agenda.

The Afghan papers began to cross a line into Wikileaks becoming an enemy of the US. An enemy that the US should take action against.

The Iraq papers, Oct 2010

The US diplomatic cables leak, Nov 2010

It is notable that the lefties of Wikileaks - yet again - choose to target America rather than, say, the bad guys in the world.

Bradley Manning

The sad traitor Bradley Manning pleads guilty, Feb 2013.
Michael Moore calls him a "hero".
Fellow left-wing loon Glenn Greenwald also calls him a "hero".
A hero is not someone who fights the jihad, you see. That would be "simplistic".
Rather, a hero is someone who hobbles the fight against the jihad.

That would be this Michael Moore.
Cartoon from Cox and Forkum (see here). See Cartoon Use Policy.

An actual hero. (Symbolic of many such heroes.)
This is Marine James Blake Miller fighting against the satanic jihad in Fallujah, Iraq, in 2004.
From here.
Bradley Manning is not a hero. He is what is called a "traitor", and should be jailed for years for what he did.

Julian Assange

Bradley Manning and Julian Assange are certainly traitors to the West.

Is Julian Assange an enemy fighter? Should he be captured or killed? Should he be treated like the traitors Adam Gadahn and Anwar al-Awlaki?

It is not clear that he is not an enemy fighter.

Wikileaks "heroes" in captivity

Cold War traitor Kim Philby stuck in Moscow in 1968.
He never got to leave before his death 20 years later in 1988. He never saw the free world again.
Image from here.
I hope Edward Snowden enjoys being stuck in the dictatorship of Russia, a place where he has no vote, no elections and no freedom of speech.

How traitors work

A military-recovered transcript of a 2010 chat between traitor Bradley Manning ("dawgnetwork") and Wikileaks' Julian Assange ("pressassociation") shows clearly how traitors work.

Manning first contacted Wikileaks in Jan 2010. He started sending them classified information in Feb 2010. The chats are March 2010. Like many criminals, he started confessing for no reason in May 2010. He was arrested in May 2010.

The traitor Manning (dawgnetwork) decides it is up to him to decide what classified information should be public or not.

The traitor wants to do what he can to help free enemy fighters from POW camps.
He was arrested 2 months later, on May 27, 2010.

The traitor claims information "wants" to be free.
So it's not his fault.
The court disagreed. He got 35 years in prison.

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