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Show Your Support of Bradley Manning & Truth With an Evening of Art & Discussions in NYC

This is something I am looking forward to immensely! Anyone in the NYC area should make note to attend. Just going to repost from the bradleymanning.org  website.

On April 3rd, Icelandic Parliamentarian, activist WikiLeaks contributor and “poetician” Birgitta Jonsdottir is making her first visit to the United States since the release of the “Collateral Murder” video. This video is one of the most graphic and devastating pieces of journalism from the war in Iraq. Bradley Manning, who has now been in jail for over 1000 days without trial, leaked this video to raise awareness.
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Listen To Bradley Manning’s Court Statement

I saw this via a tweet on my phone, because I am still travelling but believe it is important I am just going to copy and paste below…

And thank you to all the new and old people who are reading my blog…thank you!

Listen now: Freedom of the Press Foundation Publishes Leaked Audio of Bradley Manning’s Statement ||

Today, Freedom of the Press Foundation is publishing the full, previously unreleased audio recording of Private First Class Bradley Manning’s speech to the military court in Ft. Meade about his motivations for leaking over 700,000 government documents to WikiLeaks. In addition, we have published highlights from Manning’s statement to the court.

While unofficial transcripts of this statement are widely available, this marks the first time the American public has heard the actual voice of Manning.

Listen here:
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Joe Glenton, Afghan veteran: “Bradley Manning served democracy far better than the generals who want him sent to jail”

Joe Glenton, Afghan veteran: “Bradley Manning served democracy far better than the generals who want him sent to jail”

Written perfectly… See no need to re-write …. links and stuff after article. ->

When Bradley Manning was asked by a military judge recently if he understood what would happen if every soldier ignored their commanders in favour of their own moral code, he answered “You’d have junior ranks making their own decisions until the organisation seizes up.” He did not add, as he might have done, and as I would, is that in a post 9/11 context this might be a good thing.

The idea that soldiers are obliged to obey and carry out their duty unquestioningly, and at any cost, has been chiselled away at for over a decade now. The paradox is that the chiselling has been done by the belligerent states themselves.
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Bradley Manning Rightfully Nominated For the Nobel Peace Prize!

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Back in 2011 when Julian Assange was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, I was thrilled. Whether or not he won didn’t matter; the fact that he was recognized, I hope, let him see how valuable he is to society.  We the people need the truth; the uncensored truth, and it takes a really strong soul and a very courageous person to do what is right…especially when it exposing the truth(s) puts their life in danger.

And just as I was excited when Mr. Assange was rightfully nominated for the prize, I am equally as excited to see that Bradley Manning has been nominated for the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize!
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