Sunday, December 05, 2010

Whining and blackmailing

I don't know about you, but I am getting pretty fed up with the whining. They should feel lucky that their client is still alive. And if things go the way I hope, he won't be for very long. He is NOT an American citizen. He is a foreign spy. I wish to hell our country would find their balls, you know, the one's they USE TO HAVE, and take this mother fucker out. Of course, if the Obama administration is willing to treat our war enemies as some sort of common criminal, doing his deed of destroying our country, we might as well not hold our breath that anything serious will be done about this piece of shit.

Julian Assange's lawyers say they are being watched

And now, Assange is using blackmail.


Alexander Münch said...

Christine - is a Lady's name, right?... I love the way you express yourself !...

( Ah, YES ! Blast the M/F's head off ! )

Christine said...

LOL Thanks Alexander. ;)

midnight rider said...

Most of you will not like what I am about to say but here goes.

Assange is not a spy. This reprehensible evil vapid arrogant pallid s.o.b. is not guilty of nor prosecutable under the Espionage Act of 1917. Provided you could even get him into U.S. jurisdiction to do so. Legally or otherwise.

Assange never said get me this document or that, this info or that. Wikileaks has an open invitation to anyone, anywhere, for anonymous submissions. They decide what to publish and what not. In that respect no different than the only slightly less reprehensible New York Crimes.

Should he have published this stuff? No. Is it illegal or prosecutable? Questionable at best, especially since he is not a U.S. citizen and Wikileaks is not a U.S. company. Is it espionage? No.

If you want to prosecute someone for espionage over this you need to go after Pfc. Bradley Manning and whichever other AMERICANS stole American secrets. And for that you'll need to stick to documents on Irag and Afghanistan and that may not even work since neither is a legally declared (by Congress) war. No war? Can't be interfering with the war. That doesn't mean we have to ever allow Manning to have a pleasant life again.

But how about the people who were supposed to be in charge of keeping the secrets secret? Who should have been preventing a hack like this in the first place? Why haven't we heard much about heads rolling there?

In a very strange twisted perverted way Assange mayhave done us a favor. Manning could have sold these to any foreign country and we might never have known. At least this way we know what they know.

And I shouldn't be so surprised about his dead man's switch. I would have been surprised if he DIDN'T have something like that in place. And I'd venture to guess the gov'ts of the world suspected it, too, which is why they seem to have done nothing about it though they've known it was coming for months.

Understand I am not defending this man or Wiki. I think what they did was wrong but I don't think it was prosecutably illegal under U.S. law. You have a better shot at Manning and that's a long shot at best.

And to stop it you'll need to not only hack the computers and find a way to off Assange but also all those comuters and people he has sent the files to as well.

Time to ramp up government sponsored assassinations?

Pastorius said...

Yeah, I agree with you wrote, MR.

Anonymous said...

"It’s amazing how similar Soetoro’s reaction to Wikileaks has been to his reaction to the oil leak. Nothing.

Then he shuts down practically ALL oil drilling.

Does this provide a clue to his next action with regard to Wikileaks?"