Wednesday, May 17, 2017

There is No Exceptionalism in Scapegoating WikiLeaks

People with courage don't just accept truth, we demand it.  WikiLeaks has provided a courageous and important revelation of truths from sources where it is never given.  The way WikiLeaks is being used as the scapegoat for the Billionaire Election of 2016 is just one of the last outrages.  The list is long and varied.

The true Resistance of the world revolves strongly around the courage of true heroes such as Julian Assange, Noam Chomsky, and Edward Snowden who risk their lives to bring the truth Washington so cynically tries to suppress.  In all human history, there has never been exceptionalism in censorship.

Ed:  Noam Chomsky doesn't risk his life!

Don't let your naivete permit other people to die.  The state would cap Noam Chomsky in a heartbeat if they could get away with it.

Julian Assange and Noam Chomsky are standing once again to ask Donald Trump to drop the endless kangaroo court regarding WikiLeaks.  (RT:  Snowden & Chomsky lead diverse calls for Trump to drop case against WikiLeaks)


Up until now, America has talked a lot about being exceptional but it's not.  Don't you want some of that exceptionalism and isn't it about time.  Most of all, don't you, as an American, deserve the real thing for once.

Elon Musk is an extraordinary human being but his exceptionalism has nothing to do with Washington's pretensions at analogy since Musk does the things Washington doesn't have the courage to try.

We admire Elon Musk and all the other Heroes of the Future but for Washington nothing.

Ed:  quoting the Bene Gesserit again regarding Duke Leto?

Ah, so you did the Rockhouse required reading of "Dune" and will therefore no longer be regarded as a knuckle-dragging, time-wasting Neanderthal.

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