posted on Dec, 13 2010 @ 06:58 AM
Some conspiracy theorists are paranoid that a secretive international group controls things behind the scenes, these nutjobs are racist and ignorant.
similar to this ridiculous theory is there are other paranoid conspiracy theorists who believe in an international group of anonymous hackers, who
manipulate things behind the scenes. These conspiracy theorists are just paranoid bigots who hate the truth.
Some people claim the towers fell in correlation with explosives, these deluded zombies think the "Bush administration" had something to do with it.
Others believe wikileaks leads an army of zombie hackers, and "Assange" did it. It's merely a coincidence that wikileaks happened to give out
secret information. The information existed in one form or another, wikileaks merely brought it to the public attention. Any attempt to prove
wikileaks manipulated said data is a ridiculous racist theory bred from inborn fear of truth and justice.
Some people want to go as far as accusing respectable men of genocide, claiming they are putting the world's greatest invention, fluoride, into the
water. Others believe we should be so paranoid of the truth that we censor the internet.
Some people love a good conspiracy, no matter how ridiculous, the more ridiculous, the better. Other people just love to hate on a minority race,
muslims, gays, nerds, they just really enjoy defamation.
Some people follow politics and listen to alternative media, which hasn't been censored by the government so who knows if it is true or not since the
government never lies. Other people follow truther arguments, rapidly tearing down the individual whenever they come up with an argument, believing
attacking the person is getting somewhere closer to the truth.
Some people think the CIA is always out to get them, ready to give them a toxic mind eraser nano thermite injection. Other people always think Bin
Laden's out to get them, hiding in a bush, his beard camouflaging his face and getting NORAD to stand down.
Some people think maybe Bin Laden died 9 years ago, and either way it's sort of weird the government just stopped caring about him, placing the blame
on some other guys that said in court they were not part of 9/11. Others think that American veterans are going to join al qaeda and so we need to
harass anyone with a Ron Paul sticker on their car.
Ok, do you get it? Some people are just dumb.
Ok, and now to be serious. Did wikileaks do something wrong? Under the law, of course. They gave out top secret information. The law is most likely
written down somewhere. They may need to have a team of lawyers and judges search through the thousands of laws and find the right law, but then
again, even if they did do this, they only charged Assange with a ridiculous rape charge, though that is coming from the media who is known to lie.
Regardless of the rape charge, which was consensual and therefore not rape, but is the result of the redefinition of rape as not wearing a condom,
which since it can still be consensual, is still not rape. Plus, anytime the government redefines a word it is grounds for corruption, the definition
of words can be expanded upon but never changed, a synonym can not suddenly change into an antonym just because it fits a political ideology. So what
wikileaks did under the law is wrong, but why then go after Assange? Normally, people hide behind the corporation, so that the corporation is blamed,
in other words, Haliburton is blamed, not Cheney, BP is blamed, not Tony Hayward. So why blame Assange? Would they arrest wikileaks? Or would they
simply give them a fine? But how could they give them a fine when it is out of the country? So is there an international law that governs whether or
not the U.S. can prosecute wikileaks? If there is, I'm sure the United States has been guilty of many more violations than wikileaks. So if you were
guilty of war crimes and international espionage, would a court respect your attempt at prosecuting another law abiding citizen just because they
broke one crime? Interestingly, these global elite want a one world government but they don't even follow the one they already have, or maybe that is
the point. The voice of the world will be the judge of this issue, not a court of law, and rightfully so, the voice of the world will eventually find
the right court of law to suit their needs, but by that point they will already be more interested in the next topic that comes up.