Bradley Manning has been sentenced to 35 years in jail for letting the American public know of war crimes committed by the military (the criminals haven’t been charged yet, as far as I know). Edward Snowden had to flee the country for reporting extreme government surveillance on US citizens, and Julian Assange had to seek refuge in Ecuador’s embassy persecuted for his work on Wikileaks. What does that tells you? We don’t really have a justice system; we have a government controlled by sociopaths and criminals who are above the law; Manning’s trial was a travesty of justice. If you have any doubts regarding the fact that we have a sick socio-economic system just click here: David Chandler 2010 “9/11 Analysis” And if you think you can afford to turn a blind eye on all this, I wish you luck. “May the odds be ever in your favor”
By the way, are you still doing business with any of the big banks?
Filed under: Current Affairs | Tagged: 9/11, blind eye, Bradley Manning, David Chandler, economic system, Edward Snowden, George Orwell, government surveillance, Julian Assange, Sentenced, Socio-Economic, sociopaths, surveillance, Travesty of Justice, Trial, War Crimes, Wikileaks | 1 Comment »