Saturday, December 18, 2010

Wikileaks: The Prophet and the Martyr

Well I see that Julian Assange and Bradley Manning are now inextricably linked. The Forces of Darkness want to frame Assange as a spy.

So their Pentagon goons are torturing Bradley. 

Bradley Manning spent yesterday, his birthday, alone in a tiny, bare prison cell, without a pillow or sheets on his bed, in weak health and wracked with anxiety at the prospect of a prison sentence of 52 years.

David House, a computer programmer who visits Private Manning in prison, said in an interview: “Over the last few weeks I have noticed a steady decline in his mental and physical wellbeing. His prolonged confinement in a solitary holding cell is unquestionably taking its toll on his intellect; his inability to exercise due to regulations has affected his physical appearance in a matter which suggests physical weakness.”

So they can get him to say ANYTHING. Just like they did with Omar Khadr. Or slowly kill him.

The recordings revealed brain abnormalities months afterward; the most severe were found in prisoners who had endured either head trauma sufficient to render them unconscious or, yes, solitary confinement. Without sustained social interaction, the human brain may become as impaired as one that has incurred a traumatic injury.

Because in its twisting imperial agony the Republic of Fear is capable of ANYTHING. But then so are we now that we have seen that the emperor has no clothes.

Now, we find we are witnessing a new level of info-struggle. We are witnessing how the emperor wears no clothes. We can see the lies made bare, we can see the posturing and propositioning that our governments participate in. We can see the collusion that occurs with transnational corporations and with global media giants. WikiLeaks and others are battling against powerful institutions bent on curtailing our knowledge of and influence over policies and structures that impact our lives: they are information heroes, not information villains. We see all this being done in our name, and we condemn it.

Now it's up to us to defend internet freedom, or risk losing it forever. 

As for me, I've seen the future and I like it. I refuse to go back to the darkness.

Julian Assange is a prophet of a new age. Bradley Manning is our martyr.

And, as Broken Social Scene explain in their new video.

The Dirty Game ain't over.

Until we change the rules...

OK.So I love the truth AND chocolate sauce.

Have a great weekend everybody !!!

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