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Bradley Manning As Jesus or is it Assange?

Longtime VT favorite hits one out of the park with incisive Assange depiction:

Manning “Apologizes”

Perhaps the most stunning aspect of the Bradley Manning trial was his apology yesterday to the court that, “I am sorry that my actions hurt people...

MNH: Air Force Nukes Make News Again, Manning Troubled Before Intel...

Military Headline News, brought to you by Defensetracker.com. * The sentencing hearing for Bradley Manning has turned to his mental state when he leaked classified...

Veterans Speak Out About Bradley Manning

Prosecutors described Bradley Manning as an attention-seeking traitor who damaged US Security.

MHN: Manning Prosecutors Make Case, Congress Holds Line on TRICARE Fees

Prosecutors in the ongoing Bradley Manning case are accusing the Army private of helping the enemy by divulging code words and other sensitive military information.

9/11 Whistleblowers Upstage Assange

Rip up the veil of secrecy, start a nonviolent revolution, restore the Constitution!

Talking Truth About Assange and Vanunu by Noble Laureate and a...

‘Who next?’ and ‘where goes freedom, human rights and justice?’-Mairead Maguire, NOBEL PEACE LAUREATE

The Newest War- Disinformation, Lies and Censorship as “Activism”

Press TV Banned in Germany and Britain, But Why?

Whistleblowers Prosecuted While War Criminals Remain Free?

A newly released document acquired by Wired Magazine exposes the United States Defense Department's torture techniques.

Talking Torture: Mordechai to Manning

“If you had free reign over classified network...and you saw incredible things, awful things…things that belonged in the public domain...what would you do?”

1984 is NOW: A Cyber Conversation with Roy Tov

Israeli dissident, Roy Tov, is a Scientist and Christian and a former Captain in the IDF with Top Secret Clearance who fled Israel to write. Tov is also a refugee and political prisoner in Bolivia, who raised the question: “Is Zuckerberg Mossad?"

Talking TORTURE Regarding Gitmo, Manning and Vanunu

Torture is defined as anguish of body or mind or something that causes agony or pain and only those without a functioning Conscience can inflict it upon any other human or any creature.


A strange and very disturbing tale that exposes the pedigree of a not so real "man of the people" and "advocate for truth." VT calls this video found by our good friend Tony Lawson both revealing and yet terrifying.


NOT ISOLATED, SILENCED! "locking up Bradley Manning is like giving out speeding tickets at the Daytona 500." By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor Am I the only...

Denying Manning Exercise: A Ploy To Muddle His Mind

Taking away one's freedom to exercise is one of the subtlest and most debilitating tortures that can be inflicted on a human being. Yet that is how the Pentagon's Robert Gates, with the backing of President Obama, is punishing PFC Bradley Manning. The Army intelligence specialist's alleged offense is to have turned over confidential files to WikiLeaks in part to expose the arbitrary killing of Iraqi civilians and Reuters journalists in Baghdad on July 12, 2007. They were mowed down from an Army Apache helicopter gunship. Rather than welcoming the infamous “Collateral Damage” video proof Manning furnished of this massacre and punishing the actors, Gates, a former CIA director with apparently no scruples, is punishing Manning.

Pentagon Torture of Manning Recalls Stalin Era Abuses

The United States of America is in the process of slowly and deliberately destroying a human being before the eyes of the world. All of President Obama's posturing about the conduct of dictator Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya will not expunge his own calculated cruelty in allowing his Pentagon to continue the degrading and dehumanizing punishments being inflicted on PFC Bradley Manning, the 23-year-old Army intelligence specialist accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of files to WikiLeaks. AP reports Manning has now been charged with “aiding the enemy,” a crime that can bring the death penalty or life in prison.

Death Sentences and Supervised Chores

The U.S. government is clearly signaling that murdering, raping, mutilating and assaulting are not nearly as serious as allegedly making available to the public, documents that reveal embarrassing and/or criminal actions of senior government officials.

Before Manning and Assange: There was Vanunu and Fleming

On March 2, 2011, The Army announced it had filed 22 additional charges against Pfc. Bradley E. Manning, the soldier suspected of providing classified government documents published by the WikiLeaks anti-secrecy group. The counts against him involve the leaking of the Afghan and Iraq war logs as well as the quarter million State Department cables disseminated last year.

Kucinich Requests to See Bradley Manning, Soldier in Solitary Confinement for...

Last May, the military arrested Private First Class Bradley Manning, a military intelligence officer who had served overseas in Iraq, over charges that he...

National White House Call-in Day to support Bradley Manning: Feb. 3

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011~ 9am to 5pm EST White House Switchboard: 202-456-1414 (or the White House comments line after hours: 202-456-1111) From Iraq Veterans Against the...

U.S. Condemns Tyranny While Torturing Bradley Manning

Activists David House and Jane Hamsher tried to visit Pfc. Bradley Manning, who stands accused of leaking classified US government documents, at Quantico on...

Daniel Ellsberg urges people to support VFP

Daniel Ellsberg's message to Support VFP This message was sent into VT by the Peace Activist group Veterans for Peace. Posted on behalf of VFP by...

Sibel Edmonds: SOS in a Bottle: Raising the Political Asylum...

An Appeal to the International Community   By Sibel Edmonds for VT and BoilingFrogsPost In this urgent message delivered by ultra snail method of delivery due to...

Wikileaks: A Big Dangerous US Government Con Job

The focus is put on select US geopolitical targets, appearing as Hillary Clinton put it “to justify US sanctions against Iran.” By F. William Engdahl The...