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WikiLeaks: Conformists vs. Individualists

• FFF / Jacob Hornberger

The WikiLeaks controversy is exposing one of the great divides among the American citizenry: the good, little citizen who has a reverential deference for government power and the independent, critical thinker who isn’t scared to expose and oppose government wrongdoing.

Those in the reverential, deferential category are shocked and outraged over WikiLeaks disclosure of U.S. government secrets to the American people and to the people of the world. They want the U.S. government to criminally prosecute the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, for treason, even if he is an Australian citizen. Others want him assassinated. No doubt there are some who would be willing to settle for a lifetime prison term without trial at Gitmo.

Where do these people acquire this reverential and deferential attitude toward the federal government?


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Comment by John Redman
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Topic: Joe Leiberman

Comment: Let us never forget that this whore (did I just say that???) started his rise in the brothel of earthly government by being the champion (or inventor - I forget) of the winning "magic (single) bullet" theory of the Warren Commission. Anything coming from him subsequent to that is anticlimax. Like Colin Powell who jump-started his career by making a single person the bad guy at Mei Lia. ALL faith placed in earthly government (to do good, that is) is misplaced and, by definition, a sin (of placing other gods before Him).