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The Fate of Traitors

I suspect that after a substantial part of his bid has been served that Bradley Manning may just wish that he had been convicted of the most serious charge so that he could have had the “green dream” or an appointment with a firing squad rather than spending the rest of his life within the walls of a military prison .

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As the US military justice system is not so inclined to make sentences for multiple crimes run concurrently, choosing instead to make them cumulative its very likely that Manning will spend the rest of his life behind bars this is of course going to be a most timely reminder of the fate that awaits all traitors and oath breakers…
Now if only they could send in a Seal teem to liberate Julian  Assange from tat embassy room in London they could have a nice show trial and then…
Cheers Comrades

sadly too true

if you aid the enemy, then you are the enemy

Cue:- Richard Ryan


  1. James says:

    The question remains though, will Julian Assarge spend the rest of his life hold up in an embassy?

  2. Tony says:

    At least until the money runs out James ?

  3. Richard Ryan says:

    Manning will spend more time in prison then Calley a war criminal who wiped out nearly a whole village in My Lai Vietnam, f*ck the American Gringos.

  4. Richard Ryan says:

    and what about those c*nts in the helicopter, mowing down all those unarmed victims—-probably all awarded medals, hope they all die very soon—dog shit the lot of them.

  5. Richard Ryan says:

    NO AMERICAN TROOPS ON AUSTRALIAN SOIL—–interbreeding with our local girls is not welcome, just look at all the children they left behind in Vietnam.

  6. Iain Hall says:

    Actually Richard you should thank those yanks for saving Vietnam from inbreeding and providing some genitic diversity.

  7. GD says:

    interbreeding with our local girls is not welcome, just look at all the children they left behind in Vietnam.

    I thought you leftards wanted one global village. You’re getting your ideologies crossed, Dickie.

  8. Peter W. says:

    Iain, I enjoy your writings and agree with your position on many things but not so in this case. I believe it boils down to whether one regards the state as sacrosanct. The USA was built on freedom yet it is currently behaving little better than its former adversary the USSR in terms of untrammelled government power and interference. If there is a possibility that all wars since WWII have been unconstitutional in that they have not been declared and voted on by congress then perhaps some of the shenannigans that are clearly embarrasing the military might not have occurred in the first place. But that aside, the US was liberated by an irate minority who dared to challenge the ruling elite of the time. The ruling elite are being challenged again.

    Politicians swear an oath to defend the constitution yet the current state of the US indicates that few understand their own written law let alone how to make decisions with regard to it. The US is an empire in demise and whilst there may have been a time when such a reality would have had me singing in the streets, I now fear for the future of western civilisation. The light on the hill is no longer a beacon of hope but a flicker barely visible through the smog of corruption and self interest. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

    As an Aussie with limited knowledge of the US politics I often turn to the most principled and constitutionally aware US politician and former serviceman Ron Paul for comment on difficult issues. In the cases of Manning, Assange and more recently Snowdon, Ron Paul essentially takes the view that such whistle blowers are a necessary check on a government out of control.


  9. Iain Hall says:

    Firstly welcome to the Sandpit Peter.
    I do appreciate the check on government argument about so called whistleblowers except that I see a total lack of discretion about just what was stolen and published by Manning,Snowden and Assauge which is where I begin to have problems with their total aversion to government secrecy. I really think that there is a very good argument for keeping some information about government activities under the radar of public scrutiny, but then unlike our friends from the left I believe that the threat from the Jihadists is real and warrants a ruthlessness consistent with their own because without that they win and my back would not stand prayers to Allah five times a day.

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