Monday, September 20, 2010

Daniel Ellsberg Speaks Out on Bradley Manning

Daniel Ellsberg Speaks Out on Bradley Manning



Daniel Ellsberg speaks out for Bradley Manning. The brave man who was so appalled by what he had seen during one of the US military actions in the Iraq War, that he stood up and blew the whistle and now is suffering the consequences of this bravery. The US pentagon frowns upon anyone who tries to expose military actions that are illegal, they do not want any negative publicity and will go to great lengths to prevent it; even if it means punishing someone who does not deserve to be punished (use as a scapegoat).


As Mr. Ellsberg points out, our country was founded on acts of treason by those who defied King George III leader/monarch of The United Kingdom and had become traitors to their country in order to create The United States of America. This interview was forthright and riveting and hopefully will be seen by many. thinkingblue

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HISTORY 101

King George III was born in
June 4, 1738. He was the oldest son of Fredrick, the Prince of
Wales, and Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha. He became heir to the
throne on the death of his father in 1751, succeeding his
grandfather, George II, in 1760.

The Loyalists in the Revolutionary War loved him. They would hang
pictures of him on their walls and would salute the Great Britain
flag every day. They would hold tea parties for King George III.
For most Loyalists, he was a hero.

The Patriots in the Revolutionary War hated him. They would make
effigies of him and burn them. They would call him a Tory and
throw rocks at pictures of him. They would burn Tory houses
because the Tories honored King George III.

He also had a disease called porphyria. It is caused by a
chemical insufficiency. King George III had a severe case of
this. He got it right after he married Queen Charlotte in 1765.
Its symptoms are abdominal pain, paralysis on the arms and legs,
and many more. This disease is often known as the royal
hereditary disease because it affected most people in the royal
family.FROM THIS SITE:
http://library.thinkquest.org/TQ0312848/kgeorge.htm


Below is part of the video that Bradley Manning Leaked



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