Julian Assange is at it again:
Wiki-Leaked War Files Expose Identities of Afghan Informants
Hundreds of Afghan lives have been put at risk by the leaking of 90,000 intelligence documents to WikiLeaks because the files identify informants working with NATO forces.
In just two hours of searching the WikiLeaks archive, The Times of London found the names of dozens of Afghans credited with providing detailed intelligence to U.S. forces. Their villages are given for identification and also, in many cases, their fathers’ names.
Oh, well done, sir.
So, here’s a question: when is the world finally going to see this sanctimonious bastard for what he is? Remember when he “leaked” his #outrageous and #totallyundoctoredandcompletelylegitimate video of
US soldiers glorying in the violent destruction of poor innocent civilians who may or may not have been less innocent than the MSM would have liked to believe? That “leak” wasn’t at all irresponsible or anything. That, on top of this newest travesty, should solidify any and all theories that Assagne is among the worst of men.
Julian Assange is not a “whistleblower;” Julian Assange is an irresponsible, traitorous twit, and his life’s work is to put people in danger for the sole purpose of damaging the mission and credibility of the US military. Consider what he has done: Assange claims his joke of an organization “checked” everything for names of informants, and was even gracious enough to withhold around 15,000 documents from publication. Yet, in a serendipitous (at least for Assange) twist of fate, dozens of names managed to find their way into the public eye, putting informants in danger of discovery and execution by Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
I don’t believe this was an oversight; in fact, I believe that this was done on purpose. People like Julian Assange do not make mistakes like this. No, people like Julian Assange weigh the costs of releasing information like this with the potential benefits of the same…then set their whole analysis on fire and do whatever will most fully serve their purpose.
In this case, Assange’s purpose was to do whatever it takes to further impugn our mission in Afghanistan–at the expense of the very people progressive “activists” purport to protect and defend.