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This is why Julian Assange needs to be silenced...the moron

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posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 02:28 AM
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Originally posted by dubiousone
Nice title! "needs to be silenced" and "the moron". You're quite the little keyboard tyrant making grandiose pronouncements which do nothing more than display the small mind behind them.

As others on this thread have said, Assange is a pioneer. He's your friend, exposing corruption in high places and giving us some of the transparency that should be ours automatically without needing an entity like WikiLeaks taking the lead.

The real "morons" are those in government who think they are above every law and moral tenet, untouchable, able to do anything they want to anyone anywhere they want, and commit any crime that's to their liking without any consequence of personal accountability.

Those "morons' need to be brought to their knees and reminded that they serve us, rather than the other way around.

Bravo Julian Assange. A true 21st century hero.

The U.S. government's reaction to these disclosures is as embarrassing as the material being disclosed.


let's have a look at your private emails and your bank account information. Please include your credit card limit and pin #, we wouldn't want you to do anything corrupt and its our right to know these things so get to it ... chop .. chop




posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 02:29 AM
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double tap
edit on 1-12-2010 by GeisterFahrer because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 02:34 AM
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Which children did my "champion" molest??

Thats a lie.
edit on 1-12-2010 by benoni because: Couldnt be bothered...enjoyed the 2 posts below this though....very smart, and had me chuckling both times.thanks 4 that.



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 02:38 AM
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Originally posted by allthegoodusernamestaken
reply to post by adifferentbreed
 


Come off it, when has the US ever done anything if it didn't put financial gain over human lives? Once again, proving that delusions and propaganda hold more weight over facts in the air-filled, drugged up, dumbed down minds of Americans.
edit on 30-11-2010 by allthegoodusernamestaken because: (no reason given)


Wow, an English guy who has a great big American chip on his shoulder, that's refreshing. You must be real popular with the mates talking such a big game. I'm betting that people probably walk all over you in the real world, so you come on here and act like you wish you could when you don't have anonymity to hide behind. Tell you what, you stop being a snob with a massive inferiority complex and I'll stop being a stupid American.



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 03:09 AM
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let's have a look at your private emails and your bank account information. Please include your credit card limit and pin #, we wouldn't want you to do anything corrupt and its our right to know these things so get to it ... chop .. chop


They already do look at my private emails bank account activity, online activity, monitor my phone calls, spy on me with satellites ..umm what else..break into my home without a warrant. Can lock me up without charging me..indefinitely..

Yeah those poor governments and agencies can't catch a break can they?

Peace



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 03:21 AM
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posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 03:29 AM
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Julian Assange needs to be silenced...the moron...

No one loves the messenger who brings bad news. But don't shoot him.

Anyway, it's an eye opener as to how America perceives the world! It sucks, and how! But do the Americans know how the world perceives them?
(And here I'm talking about the US government and NOT its people).



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 03:39 AM
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keep drinking that kool aid with that forbidden fruit and see what happens!



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 03:52 AM
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I too wholeheartedly disagree with you, if that is what China has thought for a long time, (since 2006 anyway) then they should have said this openly, then perhaps the tension on the peninsula would not have been this high and 40 odd S. Korean sailors wouldn't be at the bottom of the Yellow Sea. Diplomats have no-one to blame but themselves for this, they should either be careful what they say or be more honest with each other instead of all the false smiles and phony handshakes, and don't get me started on that c*** Prince Andrew, if ever there was an advert for abortion, him and his younger Brother Edward would be the poster boys :-)



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 03:57 AM
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Had it not been for WikiLeaks, would we have known how the US uses its embassies as part of a global espionage network, with diplomats tasked to obtain not just information from the people they meet, but personal details, such as frequent flyer numbers, credit card details and even DNA material and information on military installations, weapons markings, vehicle details of political leaders as well as iris scans, fingerprints and DNA, the specification of telecoms and IT systems used by top UN officials and their staff and details of private VIP networks used for official communication, to include upgrades, security measures, passwords, personal encryption keys and so on!

Is the worlds only superpower a police state or is it a grand design or conspiracy of the PTB to take control of the world at an opportune time to establish a New World Order?
With these leaks, their plans have probably gone awry and the reason why their hackles are up and are red in the face!



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 04:48 AM
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I fundamentally agree with every single point you just made in that rant.



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 05:09 AM
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I think you need to get in bed with wako jako



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 05:12 AM
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The ptb just take what info they want, whether you want to give it to them or not.



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 05:12 AM
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Bottom line is America has done some terrible stuff in its day from poisoning its own people in prohibition times to project MK-Ultra so i think the truth should come out no mater what that being said i think the truth should come out about every government...things need to be righted....no mater what....
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posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 05:17 AM
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I agree, the stuff that could end up causing a nasty conflict between two or more of the more powerful nations should be withheld.

The stuff that exposes the governments, politicians and figureheads of the world as the crooks they are is the stuff we need.

Assange isn't a moron, he just hasn't thought his gameplan through correctly, he needs a good kick up the Arseange, not framed for rape or executed.

Dangerous stuff being released about terrorist activity that could compromise the operations to stop them, and potentially put thousands, if not millions of life at risk.



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 06:02 AM
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Well here's somebody who agrees with you . . .

Source

I do not ascribe to that point of view, but everyone's entitiled to their own opinion. That's the cool thing about freedom of speach and all that good stuff.

Kinda like somebody calling another a 'moron' just because they don't agree with what they're doing . . . if'n that's your opinion, go nuts bubba. It'd be like me calling somebody a dickhead because of something they posted on a website somewhere. Freedom is so damn cool.

Now, if we start telling people what they can put up on web sites, what they can say and the like, how long before those who make the rules start nibbling away at other freedoms . . . . oops . . . they already are . . . It is a slippery slope and we're already on the downhill run..

Anyhoots, I wonder if these mouthpiece politicians and their fart-catchers who call for these whistleblowers to be 'assasinated' and 'executed' should be held to the same test?

If blowing the whistle on the shenannigans of various governments around the world is worthy of execution, what's the sentance for stealing a few trillion dollars of taxpayer's money and giving to your cronies?

Anybody got some sturdy rope hangin' around?



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 06:12 AM
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This thread is proof Earth is populated by scared sheep who run from shadows then bicker and point at one another. Truth in any form supliments intelligent awareness. Try not to succom to fear, and some day we will emerge from our pre-intelligent phase as a species.

There are no seperate countries in reality. We all live or die together. Take responsibility and seek truth at all costs. These leaks are a crumb on a pebble on an iceberg of truth.

Suck it up. W'ere just getting started.




ZG



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 06:45 AM
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Originally posted by DJW001
The real issue here is whether the current batch of leaked documents serves anyone's interests but Assange's. Who benefits from knowing that someone at the State Department thinks Sarkozy is "an emperor with no clothes?" 70% of the French electorate agrees. Calling Medvedev "Robin" to Putin's "Batman" will probably inspire Vladimir to wear a Batman T-Shirt for a photo op. As for Berlusconi, he got let off easy... I would have expected the word "lecherous" to come up. How does this information help you make a wise decision on election day? It doesn't. It just makes American diplomats look bad.

On the other hand, there is the revelation that the US spies at the UN:

I am shocked, shocked to find out that there is spying going on at the United Nations. I suppose that Iran might find that welcome, but, wait:

Ahmadinejad blames U.S. 'mischief' for WikiLeaks dump and insists Arab nations are Iran's friends

D aily Mail

All wikileaks has done this time is create buzz for itself without serving any greater purpose. I disagree with the OP in that Assange doesn't need to be stopped. He simply needs to be ignored until he goes away or finds something useful to reveal.


I'm not seeing these dumps as being important in themselves, but as the establishment of overall credibility for the WikiLeaks portal itself. No one can deny that the documents are authentic, and with all the press they've gotten, any further leaks won't be ignored. The next leak event will probably be the first of the "real" leaks. The ones meant to actually make a difference.

If WikiLeaks had opened up with the real meat, then they'd only be making news on Alex Jones and not on ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox. This - pre-establishing the provenance of pending information - is how you stage a world-class expose. This guy's really smart. The first dump was information that everyone had already assumed to be true. The second dump was embarrassing tabloid stuff to make the governments of other countries get interested. The next one will knock some serious folks on their *sses. This next one is why the other two occurred. The one after that will probably be a complete bombshell.



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 06:51 AM
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Originally posted by GeisterFahrer
as long ast there are people like you, we need prisons.


And as long as posters like you on a site with the motto "Deny ignorance" (a site about transparency and conspiracies) keep posting like that, we'll need pshychiatric institutions and schrinks.



posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 06:57 AM
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Originally posted by GeisterFahrer

Originally posted by dubiousone
Nice title! "needs to be silenced" and "the moron". You're quite the little keyboard tyrant making grandiose pronouncements which do nothing more than display the small mind behind them.

As others on this thread have said, Assange is a pioneer. He's your friend, exposing corruption in high places and giving us some of the transparency that should be ours automatically without needing an entity like WikiLeaks taking the lead.

The real "morons" are those in government who think they are above every law and moral tenet, untouchable, able to do anything they want to anyone anywhere they want, and commit any crime that's to their liking without any consequence of personal accountability.

Those "morons' need to be brought to their knees and reminded that they serve us, rather than the other way around.

Bravo Julian Assange. A true 21st century hero.

The U.S. government's reaction to these disclosures is as embarrassing as the material being disclosed.


let's have a look at your private emails and your bank account information. Please include your credit card limit and pin #, we wouldn't want you to do anything corrupt and its our right to know these things so get to it ... chop .. chop


Anyone who works overseas for their government, that doesn't already assume that his/her keystrokes are being cloned - in the 21st century - is an idiot that deserves to have it all published so that the entire world can see how stupid they are. These hand-maidens of the people who call the shots are inbred morons that have no business claiming that they can handle the world as it exists right now. They're sheltered little children whose daddies opened their whole lives up ahead for them. The only surprise here is that anyone is actually surprised.



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