12 Comments on “Bradley Manning’s Story, From Difficult Childhood to Alleged Whistleblower on World Stage”

  1. I understand you are fighting. My anger was directed at the ones that
    aren’t. I may have been the bit worse for wear when I wrote that. My
    apologies.

  2. Now the question. How do Obama’s supporters deal with what he’s done to
    Manning so far? Being the “lesser of two evils” in the election justifies
    torture?

  3. Thanks for the love and support. I’ve been an activist for over 30 years
    and am going to Brad’s hearing tomorrow. Lest you forget, the U.S.
    government is a monster. They’ve spent billions brainwashing Americans. Do
    you expect activists to storm the Pentagon? Give us some credit for knowing
    the enemy.

  4. What is he in prison for? the answer is simple. America doesn’t give a
    fuck. Not even about itself. Take the constitution, roll it up, ram it in
    and sing sweet home alabama. You disconnected fucks are about to enter the
    third world. Gun totting cannibals. Bank sucking greedy cunts. Fucking burn
    in your own methane.

  5. I’m sorry, too. I just re-read your post. I’m so obsessed with Brad’s case
    I don’t sleep much. I’m from Alexandria so most of my family are connected
    to the government. They know it’s pile of manure. My dad was an Army Air
    Force vet. Many of Brad’s supporters at Fort Meade are kin. Mannings were
    my childhood friends. Americans will thank God that he took responsibility.
    You’re right – most don’t give a fuck. There’s a time for every purpose.
    This is ours. 😉

  6. SEND TO: postmaster@nobel.no (Nobel Panel) Dear Sir/Ma’am, I hereby wish to
    register my support, for Bradley Manning to be awarded the Nobel Peace
    Prize. His refusal to be party to crimes against humanity, is admirable. He
    took brave decisions, in full knowledge of the possible consequences.
    Bradley Manning’s actions should go some way toward ensuring that similar
    crimes are not committed in the future. I urge you to present Mr Manning
    this award, which he has earned by his courage & integrity.

  7. I don’t understand why the japanese media outlets don’t report such an
    important issue for society.

  8. As we saw at Nuremburg, “OBEYING ORDERS” IS NOT AN EXCUSE IF YOU ARE PARTY
    TO A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY! The behaviour of the American Army, on behalf
    of the American Government IS A DISGRACE! Their subsequent FAILURE TO TAKE
    RESPONSIBILITY and attempts to silence dissent are CRIMES IN THEMSELVES!
    The silence of those who’ve witnessed crimes of this nature, makes them
    COMPLICIT to those crimes! BRADLEY MANNING IS THE GOOD MAN, WHO DECIDED TO
    STAND UP AND SAY “THIS IS WRONG!”. …And it is!

  9. Great interview with Denver Nicks. The Army needed someone to think for
    them and made the unusual mistake of putting the right person in the right
    place.

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