18 ways Julian Assange changed the world (by Lee Camp) - [PEACE]
jya at pipeline.com
Tue Jun 4 04:00:25 PDT 2019
"Changed the world" is marketing hyperbole. Items
listed are worthy but hardly planetary-grade,
indeed could be disparaged as fake-like headline
news. Must point out "WikiLeaks" is a
hyperbolizing marketing term, a successful
branding campaign composed of two reconfigured, stolen, promotional terms
To be sure, copying predecessors, Martin Luther
(and namesake King) posted a list which became a
highly successful protestant branding campaign
against the dominant only one true "catholic"
faith and its erection-architecture-obsessed
pederastic church, branding the proliferating,
crowd-funding piles with
namesaking-saints-listing to lipstick globalizing
slaughterhouse murderers which inseminated this
spoiled brat of a forever-bragging-branding-USA nation.
Credit, modestly stated, is most certainly due to
Assange and his mostly anonymous cohorts for
challenging USA and Four Others-branding their
global slaughterhouse military with spy-sky
lipsticking national security (C)(R) threats. And
it may be necessary to exaggerate to gain
attention against the vast disinformation
hyperbolizing apparatus, lately the Internet, to
turn the autocratic weaponized dupery into a
counter, comical, dupery, even if only a pinprick.
Fine, then, exaggerate, lie, hide, valorize, but
prepare for casualties, "innocents" imprisoned,
stigmatized, murdered -- can it not be overstated
the mass murderous policies of national security
religion are ubiquitous, the tiny killings by
armed individuals would not show up on a chart of
what nations do, mass-scaled, to anonymous humans.
Lee Camp understates what Assange and company
could represent, almost as if he dare not arouse
the collaeral murdering giants any more than
journalists and "leakers" do, that is exhibit
fear and trembling, in hapless literature, as
Kierkegaard did of the holy power to condemn and
urge killing faithless dissenters.
At 05:44 AM 6/4/2019, you wrote:
>Lee Camp puts into words the significant headlines (positives) re
>Thank you Lee Camp.
> 18 ways Julian Assange changed the world (by Lee Camp)
> In an evolved and fully realized society, the oligarchy would see
> Assange as a dangerous criminal (which they do), and the average
> working men and women would view him as justice personified (which
> they donât). We would celebrate him even as the mass media told us
> to hope for his downfalllike a Batman or a Robin Hood or an Ozzy
> Osbourne (the early years, not the
> cleaning-dog-turds-off-his-carpet years).
> But we are not evolved and this is not Gotham City and average
> Americans donât root for the truth. Many Americans cheer for
> Assangeâs imprisonment. They believe the corporate plutocratic
> talking points and yearn for the days when we no longer have to
> hear about our countryâs crimes against humanity or our bankersâ
> crimes against the economy. Subconsciously they must believe that a
> life in which weâre tirelessly exploited by rich villains and know
> all about it thanks to the exhaustive efforts of an eccentric
> Australian is worse than one in which weâre tirelessly exploited by
> rich villains yet know nothing about it.
> âIgnorance is blissâ is the meditative mantra of the United States
> of America.
> Julian Assange has been arrested and is now locked away in British
> custody. The U.S. government wants to extradite him, regardless of
> the official version, for the crime of revealing our governmentâs
> crimes. Nearly every government on our third rock from the sun
> despises the man for bringing transparency to the process of ruling
> the unwashed masses. (The level of wash has, however, increased
> thanks to aggressive marketing campaigns from a variety of shampoo
> It is politically inconvenient at this time for the screaming
> corporate news to remind our entire citizenry what exactly
> WikiLeaks has done for us. So you wonât see the following list of
> WikiLeaksâ accomplishments anywhere on your corporate airwavesin
> the same way the mainstream media did not begin every report about
> Chelsea Manningâs trial with a rundown of the war crimes she helped
> And Chelsea Manningâs most famous leak is arguably also WikiLeaksâ
> most famous leak, so itâll top this list:
> 1) That would be the notorious Collateral Murder video, showing
> U.S. air crew gunning down unarmed Iraqi civilians with an
> enthusiasm that couldnât be matched by an eight-year-old winning
> a five-foot-tall stuffed animal at the county fair. They
> murdered between 12 and 18 innocent people, two of them Reuters
> Zero people have been arrested for the collateral murders. Yet
> Julian Assange has been arrested for revealing them.
> 2) WikiLeaks brought us the Guantanamo Bay âCamp Delta Standard
> Operating Proceduresâshowing that many of the prisoners held on
> the U.S. military detention facility were completely innocent,
> and that some were hidden from Red Cross officials. (Because
> when youâre torturing innocent people, you kinda want to do that
> in peace and quiet, away from prying eyes. Itâs very easy to get
> distracted, and then you lose your place and have to start all
> over again.)
> None of the soldiers torturing innocent people at Gitmo have
> been arrested for it. Yet Julian Assange has been arrested for
> revealing it.
> 3) Not content with revealing only war crimes, WikiLeaks in 2008
> came out with the secret bibles of Scientology, which showed
> that aliens, um, run the world or
aliens are inside all of us
aliens give us indigestion. I canât really remember.
> But no one has ever been arrested for perpetrating that nutbag
> cult. Yet Julian Assange has for revealing it.
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