“Obama is possibly the biggest hypocrite of any president” – Wikileaks’ Kristinn Hrafnsson


On 22 August we spoke to Wikileaks’ spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson about the sentencing of Bradley (now Chelsea) Manning and the Edward Snowden NSA leaks. In this edited version Kristinn discusses the Obama administration’s aggressive pursuit of whistleblowers. You can watch the full interview here: http://bit.ly/1795P03

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Journalism, the New Terrorism


It has been said that it is no measure of health to be well adjusted in a profoundly sick society. And there is no way you can be awake and deny that we live in a profoundly sick society. So, are you well adjusted? Listen, if you live in the United States or the UK or in one of the countries where the ruling class benefits from the dominant system of global corporate capitalism, your government is either committing or enabling crimes against humanity that include, but are in no way limited to war crimes, illegal surveillance, illegal occupations, and covert government coups. THESE ARE FACTS, not hyperbole.

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Abby Martin Breaks the Set 225 Nobel Prize to Bradley Manning


Abby Martin Breaks the Set

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Make the world a better place by giving Nobel Prize to Bradley Manning and free him as an American hero and a liberator for the citizens of the world

Abby Martin Breaks the Set on Nestlé’s Evil Empire, US Sponsoring Egyptian Violence, Bradley Manning Nobel Peace Prize, & Einstein’s Circle of Compassion.

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EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin calls out Nestlé Corporation for its water resale in British Columbia while not paying a cent for its extraction. With a mounting death toll in Egypt, Abby talks to Brian Becker, national coordinator with the ANSWER Coalition about the roots of the violence, and how US tax dollars continue to fund the Egyptian military despite hollow condemnations from the White House. Abby then talks to Norman Solomon, Co-founder of RootsAction.org about the petition to award whistleblower Bradley Manning with the Nobel Peace Prize. Abby wraps up the show with a heartfelt remark about Einstein’s ‘Circle of Compassion’ by reflecting on how to balance personal stability with the plight of humanity by establishing a sense of global empathy.

The Truthseeker: Manning Nobel Peace Prize nomination (E16)


Why Bradley Manning’s been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize; the duty to disobey orders; chilling charge ‘terrorism by association’; and the first country in the world to make transparency, not secrecy, the rule.

Saturday June 1 sees the biggest demonstration so far, buses bringing supporters of the whistleblower from all over the US to Ft. Meade. Manning’s trial starts Monday.Why Bradley Manning’s been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize; the duty to disobey orders; chilling charge ‘terrorism by association’; and the first country in the world to make transparency, not secrecy, the rule.

Saturday June 1 sees the biggest demonstration so far, buses bringing supporters of the whistleblower from all over the US to Ft. Meade. Manning’s trial starts Monday.

Seek truth from facts with Icelandic MP Birgitta Jónsdóttir, who nominated Manning, lawyer Kevin Zeese, Marjorie Cohn co-author of Rules of Disengagement: The Politics and Honor of Military Dissent, courtroom artist Clark Stoeckley and MI5 whistleblower Annie Machon.

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Abby Martin-Breaks the Set on the State of Surveillance- Lee Camp – Musical Performance by Rebel Inc.


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Abby Martin Breaks the Set on the State of Surveillance, Current Events with Lee Camp, and a Musical Performance by Rebel Inc.

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EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin breaks down the latest surveillance scandal by the National Security Agency, in which the servers of firms such as Google, Facebook, and Apple are subject constant government surveillance. Abby then talks to comedian, Lee Camp, about biggest news stories of the week, including NSA surveillance, Bradley Manning, Michelle Bachman’s last term in office. BTS wraps up the show with an exclusive performance and interview with Rebel Inc, a politically charged band based in Baltimore.

Manning’s Trial, Public Won’t Hear Much


On Saturday, June 1st protesters from all over the country came to support Bradley Manning and demand his release outside Ft. Meade, Maryland.

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Bradley Manning’s own words: blowing the whistle on war crimes

Bradley’s 35-page testimony last week detailed his time as an intelligence analyst in Iraq and how he concluded that the American public needed to see the United States’ secret abuses in its wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He deserves thanks, not jail time.

By Nathan Fuller, Bradley Manning Support Network. March 7, 2013.

Bradley Manning reading his plea statement in court, sketched by Clark Stoeckley of the Bradley Manning Support Network.

Bradley Manning reading his plea statement in court, sketched by Clark Stoeckley of the Bradley Manning Support Network.

What would you do if you had evidence of war crimes? What would you do if ‘following orders’ meant participating in grave abuses that you opposed? Would you have the courage to risk everything – even your life – to do the right thing?

Most of us would keep our mouths shut. Not Pfc. Bradley Manning.

With a 10,000-word statement that he read aloud last week at a pretrial hearing in Fort Meade, Maryland, Bradley Manning detailed how his conscience led him to expose crimes, abuse, and corruption, by releasing the Iraq and Afghan War Logs, the ‘Collateral Murder’ video, State Department cables, Guantanamo Bay files, and more to WikiLeaks.

An historic document in its own right, the statement lays out Bradley’s work as an intelligence analyst, what he saw while working in eastern Baghdad, and how he concluded that the American people needed to know what really happens in our wars abroad.

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