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Anonymous takes the fight to the U.S. Government

Sources: Wired, CNET, CNN, Media Nation





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RE: Sad :'(
By wordsworm on 1/27/2013 1:02:44 AM , Rating: 2
Bradley Manning proved to the world that it doesn't matter what the US government does. It is above prosecution. This isn't going to wake anyone up.


RE: Sad :'(
By Reclaimer77 on 1/27/13, Rating: 0
RE: Sad :'(
By wordsworm on 1/27/13, Rating: 0
RE: Sad :'(
By Reclaimer77 on 1/27/13, Rating: 0
RE: Sad :'(
By roykahn on 1/27/2013 9:52:46 PM , Rating: 2
Wordsworm, I fully agree with you. Only a sex scandal can unseat a member of the US elite these days. That applies to the financial system elites as well. All the crimes committed by the elite just get washed away by the media and explained away by the criminals. Hell, just look at Obama's response to investigating the Bush-era torture program. Some BS about him preferring to look forwards and not backwards (the refuge of criminals). They can talk their way out of almost anything.

As for this reclaimer chap - he has already proven his value to this conversation by stating that he doesn't care about what the US does to other countries. Yet, he strangely continues to defend its actions and policies. If a person like him holds on to the idea that the actions of one's own country are always justifiable no matter what the atrocities, then there's little point debating the issue. As long as one dehumanizes the "enemy", then anything is permissable. Yes, the propaganda machine manufactured by the Nazis is still strong! However, for someone who is willing to be open-minded and look at facts, then just use the Golden Rule on US foreign policies and see how they almost always fail it.


RE: Sad :'(
By Reclaimer77 on 1/27/2013 10:05:59 PM , Rating: 2
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he has already proven his value to this conversation by stating that he doesn't care about what the US does to other countries.


Right, well said. 'Cause it's not like context matters in online discussions anyway. Yes I "care" what we do in other countries. Do I think it matters much if our domestic policy leads to financial ruin, a fascist Government, and a total loss of public trust? Frankly no.

Nice Godwin too. TOTALLY appropriate bringing the Nazi's up here lol.

This is why I just couldn't stay away from DT lol. Nowhere on the 'net can you find a more concentrated strain of stupid.


RE: Sad :'(
By croc on 1/28/2013 1:58:43 AM , Rating: 1
Nice to see that Reclaimer has expanded his vocabulary. Now he has learned how to spell Godwin.


RE: Sad :'(
By roykahn on 1/28/2013 6:33:51 PM , Rating: 2
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TOTALLY appropriate bringing the Nazi's up here lol
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It's obvious why you don't understand its appropriateness. Your mind just shuts off as soon as you read the word "Nazi" and your emotions take over. It's an understandable response given the lack of educated political debate these days.

Do yourself and the rest of us a favor and read some of the propaganda techniques employed by the Nazis. Discover how Joseph Goebbels' principles would perfectly fit in with today's political elite. Then you might think differently before believing anything your government tells you about "national security", "terrorism", "extremists", "enemy combatants", "protecting our freedom", etc.


RE: Sad :'(
By wordsworm on 2/1/2013 1:29:02 AM , Rating: 2
Any time I want to see what's wrong with America, I just have to read your posts.

The warriors you call terrorists are mostly just warriors who don't board airplanes with the intention of flying them into WTC. Many of them carry guns and explosives and fight their war the only way they can. Sexually degrading them and torturing them demonstrated to the world that America did not and does not care at all about the conventions except as a legal tool to execute captured enemies of state and to embargo rogue states.


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