Sunday, December 19, 2010


The Wikileaks scandal has been quite an eye opener, but this week really takes the cake.  First, the mainstream media was in a tizzy over the conditions Pfc. Manning was suffering under.  Apparently people who become traitors to their country at a time of war deserve better treatment than 1-6 hours of basic cable per day, reading materials and visitors on weekends and holidays.  Even his jail cell, at 6'x12', is larger than the average prison cell.  Poor baby.  This hero of the left stole military and diplomatic secrets during war time and sold them to someone whose sole mission in life seems to be to discredit and damage the United States.  Pfc. Manning is a traitor to his country; he has committed acts of treason.  The size of his cell and how many hours of cable he gets per day are the least of his worries.

Then there was Julian Assange's arrest and subsequent bail.  Media whore darling and self-appointed mouthpiece of the far left Michael Moore bragged about posting $20,000 of Assange's bail in an article in the New York Times.  One wonders if he is rethinking that show of support, considering the very next day Wikileaks released cables from Cuba referring rather unflatteringly, to Moore's movie "Sicko".  Moore posted a response on the HuffPo:

So what do you do with about a false "secret" cable, especially one that involves you and your movie? Well, you wait for a responsible newspaper to investigate and shout what it discovers from the rooftops.

But yesterday WikiLeaks gave the 'Sicko' Cuba cable to the media -- and what did they do with it? They ran it as if it were true!, basically, he got a tiny taste of what the Bush administration got from the media for eight long years.  This time, though, instead of cheering for yet another example of the glories of free speech and the patriotism and bravery of the people who exercise it, he is whining about the horrible unfairness of it all and the media malpractice being perpetrated.  Wah!

And finally, in the most ironic irony of the year, the lawyers for Assange are moaning and complaining about the nerve of the media to actually release the details of the rape allegations Assange is facing in Sweden.  Here's my favorite quote, via the Australian:

"I do not like the idea that Julian may be forced into a trial in the media. And I feel especially concerned that he will be presented with the evidence in his own language for the first time when reading the newspaper. I do not know who has given these documents to the media, but the purpose can only be one thing - trying to make Julian look bad."

It's like the dictionary definition of being "hoisted by your own petard" brought to full, vivid life.
Although his supporters (including Mr. Moore himself) tried to chum the waters with the lie that the women were just complaining about broken condoms, the reality is more creepy and violent than that.  What is even worse is that information about the women who brought the charges, namely who they are and where they live have been released to a public eager to attack them.  But Assange - Mr. Transparency himself - wants the courts to keep his address and the details of the charges against him secret.  This guy is such a dirtbag.  His followers, who condone and facilitate this behavior, are as well.  "Sex by surprise", indeed.

Karma is a funny thing.  Sometimes it takes a while for the karmic boomerang to come back around - years, even.  But sometimes, the wrong is so egregious that karma just can't wait to teach it's lesson.  Unfortunately, Assange and his merry band of cretins will most likely be oblivious to the karmic thwacking they just received.  Sometimes karma has to come a knockin' a few times before it manages to break through the arrogance and self-importance. 

But it's a start.



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