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Move America Forward ^ | August 6, 2010 | Danny Gonzalez

Posted on 08/06/2010 10:50:57 AM PDT by Syncro

AUG 06, 2010

CONTACT: Danny Gonzalez
(714) 926 - 6189


Sacramento, Calif. – The nation’s largest grassroots pro-troop organization Move America Forward is standing up for U.S. troops again, as yet-again, the virulent anti-war group CODE PINK is threatening the lives of U.S. troops around the world.

"CODE PINK is back at it again, this time they are asking President Obama to give a full pardon to the dangerous traitor Bradley Manning, the apparent WIKI LEAKS source!" said Danny Gonzalez, Director of Communications for the Organization.

"Last week dozens of military analysts and millions of Americans around the country were absolutely mortified that our military had a traitor in it’s ranks. A traitor who passed along critical information, knowing it would be made public, so that our enemies could use it to KILL OUR TROOPS.

"Shamefully, the terrorist-supporting anti-war group CODE PINK actually encourages this dangerous betrayal and encouraged more troops to come forward and put their fellow men and women at risk. CODE PINK wants to allow our troops to be at risk, and possibly killed, they are just as much traitors as Bradley Manning is." concluded Gonzalez.

This is not the first time CODE PINK has put the lives of American troops in such grave danger. The anti-war group has famously provided encouragement, comfort, and indeed material support to terrorists actively engaged in a war against American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, is now calling on President Obama to give a presidential pardon to apparent WIKILEAKS leaker Bradley Manning.

CODE PINK is known to have provided over $600,000 in cash and medical supplies to terrorists, and their families in Fallujah, as well as years of providing comfort and care to the terrorists, the enemies of America and killers of U.S. troops abroad.

TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Front Page News; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: aidandcomfort; codepink; codepinko; espionage; maf; military; moveamericaforward; proterrorist; traitors; treason; wikileaks
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WikiLeaks driving them Gaga

HAMISH MCDONALD August 7, 2010

Is Julian Assange, the Australian former computer hacker running the website WikiLeaks, a journalist or a criminal? The debate is running hot in the United States. Who is Assange to set himself up as the judge of what should be kept secret and what should be exposed, the Pentagon chiefs are asking.

''By the standards of US law - including under the Supreme Court decision in the Pentagon Papers case - he should be considered a criminal,'' wrote the conservative columnist Marc Thiessen on the Washington Post website PostPartisan. ''He is in unlawful possession of classified information. He has released tens of thousands of documents, which the Taliban are using at this moment to target and execute Afghans who co-operated with US and NATO forces. And he is threatening to release many thousands more, which could put more American, Afghan and allied lives at risk. His actions are a clear violation of US law. He should face justice for these crimes.''


Wikileaks Posts Massive New File to Afghan War Docs

By Joshua Philipp/Epoch Times Staff

    • Australian founder of whistleblowing website, 'WikiLeaks', Julian Assange holds up a copy of Guardian newspaper during a press conference in London on July 26. A new encrypted 1.4 GB file called "Insurance" was uploaded on Wikileaks. (Leon Neal/Getty Images)

A new file was posted to the controversial Wikileaks Afghan War Diary website on Thursday. The 1.4 GB file, called “Insurance” is encrypted and its contents is still unknown. It is more than 18 times the size of the current collection of 76,908 classified military documents, which combine to total roughly 75 MB.

The locked document was posted amidst rising pressure from the U.S. government on Wikileaks founder Julian Assange due to the possible effects that the reports could have on U.S. troops and operations in Afghanistan.

Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrel demanded that the website return military documents obtained from Pentagon databases or records immediately, Defense News reported on Thursday.

"[A] large number of our documents has already threatened the safety of our troops, our allies, and Afghan citizens who are working with us to help bring about peace and stability in that part of the world," Morrel said.

The website is believed to contain 92,000 sensitive U.S. documents pertaining to the war on Afghanistan. The site will allegedly release an additional 15,000 documents from 2004-2009 after its volunteers review the contents.

It is unclear whether the large file posted by Wikileaks on Thursday contains the rest of the documents, although the size of the file suggests it may contain videos, images, or audio clips.

Individual names of Afghan informants and collaborators were included in previous Wikileaks reports. These individuals are believed to be in particular danger due to the leaked information.

“[W]e have no doubt that people are scouring these documents, and identifying sources, and we have concerns about their welfare,” Department of State spokesman Philip J. Crowley said on Aug. 2.


Terrorism & Security

Pentagon threatens to 'compel' WikiLeaks to hand over Afghan war data

With WikiLeaks on the verge of publishing another cache of secret Afghan war documents 20 times larger than its original leak, the Pentagon said Thursday that it may 'compel them to do the right thing.'

With WikiLeaks now threatening to publish thousands more classified documents on the US war in Afghanistan, the Pentagon is demanding that the whistleblower website erase its extensive classified records and hand over all documents in its possession.

"The only acceptable course is for WikiLeaks to take steps to immediately return all versions of all of those documents to the US government and permanently delete them from its website, computers, and records," Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell said on Thursday, according to the Guardian.

He added: "If doing the right thing is not good enough for them, then we will figure out what alternatives we have to compel them to do the right thing."

1 posted on 08/06/2010 10:51:00 AM PDT by Syncro
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To: Syncro

Come on Pentagon,

Just hired the best of the best or all computer hackers in U.S to take his site down.

Saw today that Russia is increasing its military buildup. NOW WOULD someone with a huge Government paycheck, stop looking at porn and do your job.

2 posted on 08/06/2010 10:54:55 AM PDT by Marty62 (marty60)
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3 posted on 08/06/2010 10:56:05 AM PDT by pissant (THE Conservative party:
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To: Marty62
It's absurd

It looks like the government is telling them to please stop committing treason.

Fair trial, conviction for all traitors and then the firing squad.


4 posted on 08/06/2010 10:59:24 AM PDT by Syncro (November is hunting season. No bag limit-Ted Nugent)
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Just south of Helena, Mt. there is a roadside pine tree with a prominent limb known as the hanging tree as it was used to dispatch many outlaws in the past. It is a shame to allow it to go to unused as there are many traitors of our country who should be decorating that lower limb.

5 posted on 08/06/2010 11:05:56 AM PDT by jesseam (Been there, done that)
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To: Syncro

Treason is not protected speech.

6 posted on 08/06/2010 11:09:18 AM PDT by a fool in paradise (I wish our president loved the US military as much as he loves Paul McCartney.)
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To: Syncro

Homosexual infiltrated the US Military, and then plundered 90,000 documents. Trial, convict, execute.

And those downloading the documents are criminal just as one who would download illegal videos whether they be copyrighted or porn.

7 posted on 08/06/2010 11:10:55 AM PDT by a fool in paradise (I wish our president loved the US military as much as he loves Paul McCartney.)
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I almost threw up when I saw that Pentagon guy BEGGING the A-hole to stop releasing files and return the ones he had. Then what does the A-hole do......release MORE. Our Pentagon has been emasculated by a cult raised meglomaniac. megalomania meg·a·lo·ma·ni·a [ mèggəlō máynee ə, mèggələ máynee ə ] noun Definition: 1. greed for power: an excessive enjoyment in having power over other people and a craving for more of it 2. psychiatric disorder with delusions of power: a psychiatric disorder in which the patient experiences delusions of great power and importance meg·a·lo·ma·ni·ac noun, adjective meg·a·lo·ma·ni·a·cal [ mèggəlō mə n ək'l ] adjective meg·a·lo·ma·ni·a·cal·ly [ mèggə lō mə n əkəlee ] adverb
8 posted on 08/06/2010 11:24:24 AM PDT by Marty62 (marty60)
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To: Syncro

I wonder how the Chinese would handle it if one of their soldiers released such information and then anti-war protesters threatened their troops.

9 posted on 08/06/2010 11:38:24 AM PDT by Niuhuru (The Internet is the digital AIDS; adapting and successfully destroying the MSM host.)
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To: Syncro
Agree 100%.
10 posted on 08/06/2010 11:39:06 AM PDT by CounterCounterCulture (RINOs: the cancer within the GOP)
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To: Niuhuru

Instant firing squad.
Personally, this Wikileaks idiot is fortunate, SS here reading this or not, if I was in charge, this idiot would have already disappeared from the face of this Earth.... =.=

11 posted on 08/06/2010 11:54:41 AM PDT by cranked
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“Instant firing squad.”

Lovely thought. But since the government is more like a parent than a government, we’re stuck with the necks of our troops stuck out in more danger. I am disgusted that our own soldiers are now in worse danger than ever because of this dip.

12 posted on 08/06/2010 12:18:38 PM PDT by Niuhuru (The Internet is the digital AIDS; adapting and successfully destroying the MSM host.)
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