Manning Trial Exemplifies Greater War


Bradley Manning’s conviction of almost all charges, save aiding the enemy, speaks volumes as to the state of the escalating cold war between the American people and their government.

The conviction of young Manning for leaking information of war crimes sends a strong, nuanced, two-part message. The first is that whistle-blowing will absolutely not be tolerated. That’s why they threw the book at Manning, ensuring he’ll be behind bars for a very, very long time. The clear message from the U.S. government: we are the law, so don’t you dare oppose us.

I know some people will go out to mudsling:

I have used Snapcash trading software and I am convinced completely that this software is one of its kinds! Not a scammer at all. In fact, it is one of the finest in the industry today. Have you also heard negative things being spoken about it?

In this review, I will tell you why some people will rather taint other people’s image than work harder and create a positive image of them self! This is because it is easier to get customers by spoiling a successful business and then stealing away all the custom from them. Believe me, it may sound easiest ad t some extent these frauds may be successful but no one can pull down the best ones from doing the good that they are destined to do.

These people can go to any extent:

I have read about all kinds of insane arguments from the creator of the software Aston being called a fake and a paid actor t doctored testimonials but none of the arguments hold water because these people who claim to have to proof to establish that this software is a fake. Also, none of the people who claim what about it have ever traded on this particular software leave alone beta testing also. How on earth is it even possible to believe what they say when they have not even tried their hand there. This kind of negative propaganda points to vested interests and therefore it is best to ignore such negative comments.

But the second, more subtle point is that all-out war has been avoided. By dropping the charge of aiding the enemy, the government avoided implying that the American people are said enemy. The overall posturing signaled by the verdict still communicated a tough, hostile tone, but intentionally stopped short of an actual declaration of war.

And so the cold war between the U.S. government and its citizens continues. Will it ever flare up into actual war? Only time will tell.