Darrell Castle talks about martial law in Boston and the end of the Bill of Rights.
Darrell Castle talks about Khalid Shaikh Mohammed’s trial now ongoing in Guantanamo Bay Cuba.
Darrell talks about Army Field Manual 3-39.40, FEMA camps and imprisonment of the American people.
Darrell Castle talks about terrorism and the Latin American cocaine wars.
Darrell Castle talks about the “real” State of the Union.
Darrell Castle discusses the Middle East and the rapidly increasing price of oil.
Darrell Castle discusses the case of the man accused of attempted terrorism in New York along with that of the white house shooter.
[The views and opinions contained within this article are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Constitution Party or its other members.]
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is, according to various politicians, the most dangerous and evil man alive.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that WikiLeaks’ release of a quarter million e-mails and diplomatic cables was an “attack upon the international community.”
Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee said that the person who leaked the information to Wikileaks is guilty of treason and should be executed.
Sarah Palin stated on her Facebook page, “He is an anti-American operative with blood on his hands. His past posting of classified documents revealed the identity of more than 100 Afghan sources to the Taliban. Why was he not pursued with the same urgency we pursue al-Qaida and Taliban leaders?”
Tom Flanagan, senior advisor to the Canadian prime minister, said that he should be assassinated, and that Obama should put out a contract on him “with maybe a drone or something.”
It’s not enough that Assange has an international criminal warrant out for him through Interpol; he should be hunted down and assassinated like al-Qaida and Taliban leaders.
My analysis of what Julian Assange did leads me to a different conclusion.
Who is actually guilty of attacking the international community? Did Julian Assange order the United States military to invade Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan, resulting in the deaths of God only knows how many people? Did he destroy the infrastructure of those countries and pollute them with depleted uranium weapons?
With regard to having blood on his hands, did he kill over 5,000 young Americans and wound tens of thousands more? Did he order American diplomats to commit espionage against their host countries? Has he led a campaign to destroy the Bill of Rights by authorizing warrantless searches, denying the right to counsel, and denying the right to Habeas Corpus?
People who have the courage to reveal the truth to the world should be assassinated, but those psychopathic criminals who commit war crimes and then run around the country bragging about it to sell books, along with the central bankers who finance them, should be allowed to live out their lives in palatial luxury?
People who reveal the truth have blood on their hands, but those who commit murder on a mass scale are referred to as the honorable this or that. The lunatics and murderers who run the world from their nice suits – or in some countries, their silly uniforms – are able to degrade, humiliate, and strip us naked every time we fly, monitor all our credit card charges, intercept our e-mails, listen to our phone conversations, and pursue us to the ends of the earth for the fruits of our labor, but they are entitled to remain comfortably under their rocks in private. When a man lifts the corner of one of their rocks, he must die.
I, for one, am glad to see the information released. I understand now that WikiLeaks plans to release information from a large bank, and to that I say go for it, Julian. If you can stand the heat and the consequences, lift every rock in hell and let us see what slithers out. It’s time these international lunatics come to understand that we can not be expected to allow them to plot their evil schemes in private. Sunshine is the best disinfectant. I’m sure the reaction to the release will be to restrict access and be even more secretive. I suppose that makes more sense to American leaders than to stop murdering and lying.
Julian Assange is an international criminal according to many, but I would like to nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize. At least he deserves it more than the president did.
- by Darrell Castle