Thursday, May 5, 2011

UK ‘avoiding’ Manning case:

 Labour MP Ann Clwyd also says Foreign Office is stonewalling Manning’s mother in not responding to letter The foreign secretary William Hague is “playing an avoidance game” over the case of Bradley Manning, the US soldier accused of downloading and leaking classified cables to WikiLeaks, according to Ann Clwyd, a Labour MP. The former human rights envoy to Iraq has also accused the Foreign Office of “continued stonewalling” of Manning’s mother, Susan.

Bush lies about 9/11

Bradley Manning is at the center of the WikiLeaks controversy. But who is he?

Monday, May 2, 2011

There is something evil in the air and it has nothing to do with the Arab world. I am leaving my prediction here and hope to God I am wrong.

Wikileaks: ...we are being set up for another 9/ll -7/7.

A report from an Al-Qaeda informant and published last month via wikileaks, had said that a nuclear device was hidden and would be detonated somewhere in Europe, if Osama Bin Laden was ever captured of killed.

This month we are told that he has just been killed, how convenient is that. We are being set up again by the west to push forward their agenda of world domination.

The American Goverment wish to prove Julian Assange and Bradley Manning have cost far they have failed to do this , what better way than to turn those of us who support Wikileaks and the leaked cables into a hell on earth by playing out threats made while under U.S. torture.  Confessions were obtained through waterboarding ....I have a fear of water and death by drowning. I would have confessed to anything to make them stop.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

2011-04-30: White House now denies blacklisting reporter

The White House is denying, contrary to reports, that it was seeking to blacklist the San Francisco Chronicle reporter, Carla Marinucci.

WL Central reported yesterday how the White House was seeking to punish the San Francisco news organization for reporting on a protest against the inhumane pretrial incarceration of alleged military whistleblower Bradley Manning, during a fundraiser for President Obama on the 21st of April.

It had been reported that the journalist Carla Marinucci's use of video from the event was being viewed as a transgression against the regulations covering "print-pool" invitations to White House events, and that this was to be used as the pretext for her exclusion from future events.

Now, the White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has issued a statement denying that any such punishments were being issued to the press for reporting on an issue of legitimate public interest: