By Jim Emerson, staff writer
Torture is being committed by Iraqi security on its own people. On June 2004 Iraq became a sovereign nation and the coalition nations no longer had an obligation to monitor Iraq’s security forces. According to the UK Guardian the U.S. issued an order to troops to ignore abuse while the New York Times reported that the soldiers did intervene and reported torture when discovered. If the Coalition ignored abuse then why were they reported in the leaked documents? In reality the soldiers did their jobs by alerting leadership it was happening.
Oh my, WikiLeaks exposed a truth the press didn’t want to see. This damages their talking point that only the US Military and the CIA tortured Muslim Freedom Fighters.
Detainee and captured documents revealed Iranian supplied weapon caches, rocket propelled grenades, explosively formed penetrators, sniper rifles, training, chemical weapons and portable surface-to-air missile to shoot down helicopters. Since the beginning of the war several Iranian special operations force operatives have been captured or killed inside Iraq.
Why does President Obama still want to talk to Iran without any conditions?
Oops, everyone “knew there weren’t any weapons of mass destruction” (WMD) in Iraq. The press has been reporting it since day one and still stands by that little piece of well rehearsed dogma. According to leaked reports the coalition forces did discover WMD stockpiles that were to be destroyed as a condition of the truce from Operation Desert Storm. An intelligence estimate believed that newer batches of “neuroparalytic” chemical weapons were being smuggled in from Iran.
How can this be? Bad WikiLeaks, no baklava for you, you made the American liberal media look bad. Now they have to admit that President Bush was right.
Scuttlebutt from the New York Times indicates that there is disillusionment within the WikiLeaks organization. Former members are openly airing laundry about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. It seems that Mr. Assange has a problem with disagreement and criticism; he tends to demean and berate his followers for their effort to sanitize leaked documents. It was Julian’s decision alone to publish the Afghan War Logs without redacting names of Afghan civilians providing aid to American Forces. Any retribution as a result from the leaks is his responsibility.
He has to wonder why people are leaving the cult in droves; poor Julian must have been a Dale Carnegie dropout.
From the WikiLeaks website “Publishing improves transparency, and this transparency creates a better society for all people.” The founder’s transparency only applies to the United States and other western countries. The News Media is expected to ignore sexual indiscretions of the openness advocate. Mr. Assange has a refined sense of selective morality, when asked about his peccadilloes he ends any conversation and stomps away like a petulant child.
How could Julian Assange believe the press will ignore such transgressions after he flippantly proved the liberal media’s precious Iraq war talking points wrong?
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This day in history October 30
1975: The New York Daily News ran the headline “Ford to City: Drop Dead.” The headline came a day after Republican Gerald R. Ford said he would veto any proposed federal bailout of New York City. This led to his defeat and gave us four miserable years of Jimmy Carter.
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