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Wait a minute - didn't Bradley Manning's wikileaks lead to the Middle East uprisings?

 
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Wait a minute - didn't Bradley Manning's wikileaks lead to the Middle East uprisings?
It just occurred to me that I'm thick and I've been slow on the uptake....
Didn't Pfc Bradley Manning's huge Wikileak lead directly to the Middle East uprisings burning now?

The people of Tunisia were set aflame by the self-immolation of an outraged street vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi. And the people of the Mideast could also read what the US really thought of their corrupt leaders thanks to Manning.

Without Bradley Manning would there have been such powerful uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen? I don't think so. And haven't we wanted the people of the Mideast to throw off their despotic governments and begin to join the free world?

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I think Egypt should at least name a building after Bradley Manning.


On the question of what effect revelations in leaked US embassy cables had on Arab countries, he said that Guardian foreign correspondent Ghaith Abdul Ahad told him that “everywhere he’s been – Tunisia, Egypt, Libya – they talk about Wikileaks”.

He added: “The Americans were the people who were propping up these regimes and yet [the Embassy Cables revealed] they knew they were corrupt. It was hugely important.”

[link to www.bradleymanning.org]


Bradley Manning and Mohamed Bouazizi’s names have become known because they galvanized world attention through what has been perceived as incalculable personal sacrifices. By comparing the respectively imprisoned and immolated bodies of two of the most prominent hero-victims of the past year, we can connect the ways the US has shouldered (and skirted) responsibility for the global “war on terror” and support for despotic regimes overseas. There are remarkable similarities between the two frustrated, previously unknown men in their early twenties. Juxtaposing the consequences of their actions—from initial civil disobedience to bodily incarceration and suicide—may shed light on the post-9/11 ontology of personhood.

[link to www.jadaliyya.com]


“If you had free reign over classified networks… and you saw incredible things, awful things… things that belonged in the public domain, and not on some server stored in a dark room in Washington DC… what would you do?”

“God knows what happens now.  Hopefully worldwide discussion, debates, and reforms… I want people to see the truth… because without information, you cannot make informed decisions as a public.“

-Quotes from an online chat attributed to Bradley Manning
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I thought it was facebook and twitter that caused the 'arab spring'.
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I thought it was facebook and twitter that caused the 'arab spring'.
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Facebook and Twitter were the tools used but they didn't cause the uprisings.

Manning and Bouazizi were the sparks and the drivers, imho.
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FREE BRADLEY MANNING

PUT IMF/FED/AIPAC IN JAIL INSTEAD


HOORAY FOR MANNING THE TRUTHTELLER
applause2


BOO FOR SATANIC ELITES OF IMF/FED/AIPAC
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Re: Wait a minute - didn't Bradley Manning's wikileaks lead to the Middle East uprisings?
bump.

I think wikileaks did help set the stage.
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Re: Wait a minute - didn't Bradley Manning's wikileaks lead to the Middle East uprisings?
It just occurred to me that I'm thick and I've been slow on the uptake....
Didn't Pfc Bradley Manning's huge Wikileak lead directly to the Middle East uprisings burning now?

The people of Tunisia were set aflame by the self-immolation of an outraged street vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi. And the people of the Mideast could also read what the US really thought of their corrupt leaders thanks to Manning.

Without Bradley Manning would there have been such powerful uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen? I don't think so. And haven't we wanted the people of the Mideast to throw off their despotic governments and begin to join the free world?

resist

I think Egypt should at least name a building after Bradley Manning.


On the question of what effect revelations in leaked US embassy cables had on Arab countries, he said that Guardian foreign correspondent Ghaith Abdul Ahad told him that “everywhere he’s been – Tunisia, Egypt, Libya – they talk about Wikileaks”.

He added: “The Americans were the people who were propping up these regimes and yet [the Embassy Cables revealed] they knew they were corrupt. It was hugely important.”

[link to www.bradleymanning.org]


Bradley Manning and Mohamed Bouazizi’s names have become known because they galvanized world attention through what has been perceived as incalculable personal sacrifices. By comparing the respectively imprisoned and immolated bodies of two of the most prominent hero-victims of the past year, we can connect the ways the US has shouldered (and skirted) responsibility for the global “war on terror” and support for despotic regimes overseas. There are remarkable similarities between the two frustrated, previously unknown men in their early twenties. Juxtaposing the consequences of their actions—from initial civil disobedience to bodily incarceration and suicide—may shed light on the post-9/11 ontology of personhood.

[link to www.jadaliyya.com]


“If you had free reign over classified networks… and you saw incredible things, awful things… things that belonged in the public domain, and not on some server stored in a dark room in Washington DC… what would you do?”

“God knows what happens now.  Hopefully worldwide discussion, debates, and reforms… I want people to see the truth… because without information, you cannot make informed decisions as a public.“

-Quotes from an online chat attributed to Bradley Manning
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The Wikileaks were a fraud perpetuated by the Zionists to create instability in the region. I really do not know what to say to those in denial anymore. I really am speechless.
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Re: Wait a minute - didn't Bradley Manning's wikileaks lead to the Middle East uprisings?


FREE BRADLEY MANNING

PUT IMF/FED/AIPAC IN JAIL INSTEAD


HOORAY FOR MANNING THE TRUTHTELLER
applause2


BOO FOR SATANIC ELITES OF IMF/FED/AIPAC
blackeye
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resist
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bradley manning was a pawn

the psy-op worked.

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