Tuesday, January 17, 2017

The Chelsea Manning Commutation: Obama Tosses Another Match On The Fire On His Way Out The Door

Let me begin this post by explaining the graphic associated with it.  In the background is a dumpster fire representing the Democrat Party The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer has single-handedly destroyed.  The mid-ground includes a sculpture by Italian sculptor Davide Dormino entitled “Anything to say?” of whistleblowers Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and Bradley/Chelsea Manning.  The controversial piece has been on display in Paris, Berlin, Belgrade, Rome and the plaza at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva.

Dormino lauds the art saying it "pays homage to three who said no to war, to the lies that lead to war and to the intrusion into private life that helps to perpetuate war”  What a dick.

The foreground is self-explanatory. 

This is the real Democrat Party.  This is the real Barack Obama—an extremely left-wing ideologue—who is anti-law and order, anti-military, anti-America.

Government lawyers cited al-Qaeda magazine in an effort to prove Pfc. Bradley Manning knowingly aided the enemy by posting documents on WikiLeaks.
Al-Qaeda leaders reveled in a WikiLeaks’ publication of reams of classified U.S. documents, urging members to study them before devising ways to attack the United States, according to evidence presented by the prosecution  in the court-martial of an Army private who leaked the material. 
…The government presented another uncontested written statement that former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden asked for and received from an associate the Afghanistan battlefield reports that WikiLeaks published. The material was found on digital media seized in the May 2011 raid on bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, [lead prosecutor Maj. Ashden] Fein said. Bin Laden was killed in the raid.
These “battlefield reports” are what WikiLeaks refers to as the “Afghan War Diary,” a trove of “over 91,000 reports covering the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2010.” WikiLeaks withheld 15,000 of these reports from its initial release because even the anti-government group recognized the sensitivity of their contents. Still, the diary covers a “range of topics”: “Improvised Explosives Devices encountered, offensive operations, taking enemy fire, engagement with possible hostile forces, talking with village elders, numbers of wounded, dead, and detained, kidnappings, broader intelligence information and explicit threat warnings from intercepted radio communications, local informers or the [Afghan] police.”

The files Manning copied included about 250,000 diplomatic cables from American embassies around the world showing sensitive deals and conversations, dossiers detailing intelligence assessments of Guantánamo detainees held without trial, and a video of an American helicopter attack in Baghdad in which two Reuters journalists were killed, among others.

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