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Thursday, August 16, 2012

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  1. Anonymous8:04 PM

    The Ecuadorians seem to have done everyone a favour and I cannot see why this tedious man should not be allowed to live out the rest of his deluded days in Ecuador.

    It would save the cost of a trumped up trial in Sweden and the resulting embarrassment for the Swedes when sending him to America.

    Any trial in America would be incredibly long and expensive, it would also be held in secret due to the nature of the evidence.

    When all said and done, despite publishing many thousands of secret documents Wikileaks only caused some short lived embarrassment for a few people and perhaps a few diplomatic reshuffles.

    Nothing was so important as to cause any lasting damage. No governments were toppled as a result of the exposures.

    Just let the idiot get on a plane and fuck off.

  2. Mitt the Shit Romney8:43 PM

    Dear Anon 8:4 pm you get on a plane and fuck off, possibly to Sweden land of the easy shag, Bradley Manning treated like Bin Laden may not agree with your "no lasting damage" Britain will pay dearly treating Ecuador with such contempt

  3. Anonymous9:50 AM

    Osama Bin Laden was shot dead by American troops and then apparently buried at sea. Bradley Manning was arrested and is in jail trying to drum up support from the homosexual community whilst awaiting a trial; but to carry on with the dissimilarity, the troops that entered Bin Laden’s compound and shot him dead were there to carry out orders. It was not their place to question the ethics of invading a compound in a foreign country; they were not there to debate whether to take Bin Laden alive to stand trial. They did their job.

    It was not Manning’s right to decide what sensitive material should be distributed for a wider audience. He was allowed access to the material and abused his position of trust.

    Some people see both him and Assange as some sort of heroes for freedom of information. I do not.

    Manning handed over 250,000 diplomatic cables and 500,000 army reports. He could have only possibly read a tiny fraction of the material that he handed over. He didn’t know, or simply didn’t care about the possibility of putting his comrades and his country at risk.

    Similarly, the sheer volume of information published by Assange should make anyone realise that he also was not selective about the information that he ‘leaked’. However, Assange has no affiliation with the United States; he did not break any oath of allegiance.

    It is an unfortunate fact that all governments have masses of secret and sensitive material. Much as I dislike the thought of that, I would rather that they keep the material rather than it be put it in the hands of a disillusioned soldier and an Australian activist.