Back in late October/early November 2010 I had joined Global Investigative Journalists Network, being among 144 journalists from 39 countries signing a statement of support for Wikileaks.
And more recently, of course, I further support the actions of Pvt. Bradley (now Chelsea) Manning and Edward Snowden.
That, of course, puts me at odds with the majority of the corporate-controlled American press who faithfully regurgitate and feeds to us the many distortions coming from Congress, NSA, CIA, the Pentagon and other government double-speak. Yeah, I have issues with the White House, too, who I voted for both times. But that's for a separate discussion.
I dug back a little and found this piece dated Jan. 31 from BrasscheckTV about Wikileaks. It's almost 1-hour long, but worth watching when you have the time:
Just two years ago, WikiLeaks dominated
Now that massive treasure trove of
information about how the federal
government really works has been
relegated to the dustbin.
Not so fast...
Video: you'll need to pull together, copy, paste to your
browser since, being new here, I cannot post the real link.
http: // www dot brasschecktv dot com / page/25649.html
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