Firing Squad is too Good for Them

Julian Asswipe’s enemy collaborators strike again (h/t Ace):

The ongoing conflict between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his former German spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg has led to the accidental release of confidential data that was in WikiLeaks’ possession. Since the beginning of the year, an encrypted file has been circulating on the Internet containing the collection of around 251,000 US State Department documents that WikiLeaks obtained in spring 2010 and made public in November 2010.

The release of the file could potentially endanger the informants mentioned in the documents, many of whom live in countries whose governments are hostile to the US. The confidential diplomatic cables were redacted before publication to protect sources, but the file on the Internet contains the original, unedited documents.

“Accidental release”, our Imperial Arse. You might get away with using that on your girlfriend, assuming that you squint-eyed, pimpled, unlovable basement blobs even have girlfriends (which is a huge assumption), but try using it on the very real living human beings whose lives you have now put in danger, assuring that a fair number of them are going to end up very UN-”accidentally” dead in a most terminal fashion at the hands of the apes that you are willingly aiding and abetting.

It’s time to quit playing silly buggers with those disgusting internet terrorist enablers while arguing semantics and “freedom of speech” while we do nothing about it. This has nothing to do with “freedom of speech” and everything to do with aiding and abetting the murder of individuals who have put their lives on the line to defend the liberties of those spoiled brat useless, worthless Wikileak basement-dwellers.

It quite frankly sickens His Majesty to hear Idiotarians of all stripes arguing the “rights” of those swine, it’s exactly the same as listening to somebody defending the “rights” of a hypothetical somebody publishing the convoy departures and courses during WWII.

Of course, back then we knew how to deal with subhuman slime like that, so it wasn’t much of a problem.

Time to make an example or, rather, several of them. Time to make those freaks start disappearing in horrid ways to encourage the others to engage their brains at least occasionally. We can always state that their sudden departure from the mortal world was an “accident” if somebody’s sensitivities are offended. And don’t tell us we can’t find them. We can track down Osama bin Fishfood, so we’re pretty sure we can locate a bunch of unloved, masturbating freaks buying Doritos and tube socks by the gross.

Or, if that’s too “dirty” for our nation to do, how about playing “turnabout?” Surely one of our alphabet soup agencies ought to be able to come up with and “accidentally release” personal info about the twerps for all the world to see. We’re sure that the problem will be taken care of after that by individuals not constrained by “niceness”. Maybe some of the individuals who are now forced to live looking over their shoulders for the rest of their lives? Heck, we’d be happy to donate a couple of boxes of hollow points to a cause as worthy as that.

See how they like being on the receiving end of an “accidental release” for a change.

Although we call it “discharge” and it is hardly ever accidental, but that’s semantics again.

Thatisall.

7 comments

  1. 1
    LC Draco growls and barks:

    It is no secret that as a member of the military, I recommend a 230 or 55 grn solution. Oh, and BTW, I hear ‘the CIA gives great heart attacks!”.

    There are certain things that NEED to remain secret. Operatives are one of them. Not only are operatives put in danger, but their families are too.
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    lc purple raider growls and barks:

    Mr. Assange and his minions should have extremities removed, one by one.

    Slowly.

    Then hung on the nearest lamppost.

  3. 3
    FrankOK growls and barks:

    I certainly have a great problem with our operatives being outed but – amongst all the other stuff in those goodies were a few cables proving our country’s elite are wanting to finalize a North American Union between Mexico, the USA and Canada (even though they swore they weren’t doing that), along with the NAFTA Superhighway to connect it all, of which Perry is in favor. Some of those leaked memos show they are liars.

    I suggest that, if we have a problem with what a country like Iran or wherever is doing “wrong”, don’t send operatives – send high explosives and a lot of them – make the place a smoking hole. Many problems on that order can be solved by the judicious use of high explosives with little risk to the US citizen, that is, if we were allowed to win a fight rather than carry it on forever, reminiscent of a certain “police action” in SE Asia circa 1960s.

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    MarineVet1995 growls and barks:

    Of course, back then we knew how to deal with subhuman slime like that, so it wasn’t much of a problem.

    The above sentence is why I am actually in favor of the releases. While, unfortunately there will be those who are placed in danger, and perhaps a bit of discretion should have been used in naming names, the back room deals, and outright bribery, need to be exposed. Knowing that no more are those “diplomatic” meetings to be kept secret, where those who purport to work for our defense make deals with our enemies, where our politicians are taking bribes, disregarding the democratic process… (think Operation Fast n Furious to start), these things everyone needs to know about, if only to hasten the time when “Rope, tree, etc.” comes into play. I fully support the empires desire for a return to the times when treason was punished by a firing squad, I just think that there are more people deserving of such other than the ones we are pointed at, (case in point, OBL, good target, the entire House of Saud, who finance the schools that keep his mindset alive, better, and the Washington players who know and do nothing, well….)

  5. 5
    Orion growls and barks:

    Citizens! Please!
    Of COURSE they have rights and as a civilized nation, we need to respect their rights.

    We should also respect their evident wishes – We don’t need to do a durn’d thing to them.

    Simply pack them up, and deliver them to the Taliban in the Korengal Valley. I’m sure they’ll be VERY well treated as Infidels and probable spies of the Great Satan. And I’m sure they’ll enjoy living in a cave as well, for however long they’re kept alive.

    Orion

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    Orion says:

    We should also respect their evident wishes – We don’t need to do a durn’d thing to them.

    Simply pack them up, and deliver them to the Taliban in the Korengal Valley. I’m sure they’ll be VERY well treated as Infidels and probable spies of the Great Satan. And I’m sure they’ll enjoy living in a cave as well, for however long they’re kept alive.

    Orion

    As always, you come up with the perfect solution, Orion.

    They chose their bedfellows, now throw them into the actual bed.

    MarineVet1995 says:

    While, unfortunately there will be those who are placed in danger, and perhaps a bit of discretion should have been used in naming names, the back room deals, and outright bribery, need to be exposed. Knowing that no more are those “diplomatic” meetings to be kept secret, where those who purport to work for our defense make deals with our enemies, where our politicians are taking bribes, disregarding the democratic process…

    And that’s the whole thing, right there. I don’t disagree in the slightest with the fact that we need to know about blatant abuses of the law and treason in our own ranks, and if there’s something shady going on, then yes, We the People need to know.

    But we don’t need to know, and our enemies certainly don’t need to know the actual identities of our confidential informers.

    The number of people willing to come forward and help us on the down low is not going to go up if we keep letting shit like this happen. Would you snitch out some murderous bastard if you knew that the ones guaranteeing your safety and anonymity couldn’t keep a secret if their fucking lives depended on it? Would you risk making a bunch of very mean fucking bastard enemies if you knew that the clown-fucking-shoes you were helping couldn’t keep a lid on who it came from?

    Where I come from, and keep in mind that this is coming from people in uniform who love the United States and know damn good and well who we owe for the fact that we didn’t have to learn a language other than our native one in school, we used to joke that the one sure way to blow a secret would be to let the Americans in on it because it would be on the front page of the New York Slimes and Washington Compost two hours later. Not because Americans are traitors, there the exact opposite, few nations have suffered, willingly, more for causes of other people that they could just as easily have left to rot, but because there are no real consequences anymore for the actual traitors who couldn’t care less as long as they score some notoriety and maybe a book deal in return.

    Our people knew how to keep their fucking yaps shut. Not because they were better people, as a matter of fact quite a few of them were a great deal worse than even the worst Americans, but because they knew that their lives, should they unzip their pie holes about shit they should have kept mum about, would make Hell seem like R&R with a suitcase full of cash and an endless supply of women and booze.

    It’s all about consequences. If they’re dire enough, people will know how to keep their traps shut.

    But when the worst that can happen is a wrist slap, a book deal and a Made For TeeVee movie about their “heroic” Speaking Truth to Power™, lips tend to become quite a bit looser. And loose lips, as they say…

    I didn’t particularly like that way of doing business, to tell the truth, because it also kept stuff out of the way that should be allowed to run free, but surely there’s a middle ground somewhere?

    Just why the fuck should we tolerate, even for a second, actions that hurt our nation and puts good people in mortal danger?

    I don’t see a reason. It’s really not that bloody hard to tell the difference between whistle-blowing and treason, if you ask me.
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    Elephant Man growls and barks:

    Unfortunately, this is nothing new.

    A couple of examples.

    Shortly after the Battle of Midway, The Chicago Tribune published a series of stories about how the U.S. Navy knew the strength and disposition of the Japanese fleet. The fact that the Japanese apparently didn’t catch wind of those articles was just pure luck.

    At the beginning of the war, the Japanese Navy doctrine had them setting their depth charges at too shallow a depth to damage U.S. submarines until Congressman Andrew May – Democrat announced that fact after a “war-junket”.

    Needless to say, “The Press” ran with the story and it cost us (By Vice Admiral Charles Lockwood’s estimate) “as many as ten submarines and 800 crewmen killed in action.”

    But hey! Why let the deaths of U.S. servicemen/women stand in the way of a “good story”? :roll: