Posted by Jerry Alatalo August 9, 2013
Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden are known worldwide because their actions have been reported on the front pages of every newspaper, on every television news broadcast, on millions of blogs and websites, and the subject of endless hours of conversation between average citizens.
Politicians, talk show hosts and commentators have expressed outrage, calling for hearings, urgent action, and investigations at the highest levels of government. Newscast after newscast after newscast, report after report after report, on and on and on about Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden.
The following video from The Young Turks is very disturbing. It makes the point that those who leaked what we could safely say is the most sensitive information on Earth, will be forgotten. They will not be the target of an international manhunt, they will not be the subject of endless hours of newscasts from all regions of the world, as happened with Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden.
If there is not any expression of outrage about those who “leaked” this highest, most sensitive of classified information, from the exact same politicians who expressed outrage regarding Manning and Snowden then, Houston, we have a problem. If what is suggested in this report is true, that this information was intentionally leaked, we are witnessing the manipulation of Americans’ perceptions. If what is suggested in this report is true, then not only the people of Houston, but all Americans, should have a problem with that.
C’mon, Washington politicians.
C’mon, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CNN.
Where is the …OUTRAGE?
- Bradley Manning faces life in jail: an ugly moment in US history (theweek.co.uk)
- Give Manning and Snowden the Nobel Peace Prize (salon.com)
- Judge casts doubt on damage caused by whistleblower Bradley Manning’s leaks of secret US data (independent.co.uk)
- Truthdigger of the Week: Bradley Manning (truthdig.com)