WikiLeaks' Crusade Against the U.S. Military

So, WikiLeaks has posted a pile of secret reports about the Afghan war, including covert operations against the Taliban. They claim their goal is to expose "unethical behavior" by the government and corporations.

This is pure bullpoop times 12.

The fact is, their goal is to "expose" only the people they hate — meaning the U.S military — and get famous for it.

The head of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, says that they're just revealing the brutality of war; as long as we're the brutal ones, of course. He says he wants to help "people who are vulnerable. I enjoy crushing bastards"; as long as we're the bastards, of course.

Look, we don't need him to tell us that war sucks. No one wants our troops or innocent civilians dead. But we're fighting evil here. Remember that the U.S. doesn't send suicide bombers into crowded restaurants or fly planes into buildings. But it's the scum who do that this douchebag is helping.

It makes me wonder that if he had secret documents that harmed our enemies, would he share those? Since they don't fit into his own hit list, probably not. So while his strategy of one-sided transparency continues, it's only for our enemies benefit.

Secondly, whatever Julie thinks is "unethical behavior" is only unethical if you're an idiot. Saying it's a war crime to have an enemy hit list is true — if it's at a children's birthday party. But in war, a hit list is your to-do list, you doll-haired dingbat.

But Julie isn't doing this to save lives, he's doing it for himself. He enjoys "creating systems on a grand scale" so he can get back at daddy and get on TV.

May a terrorist mistake him for a sexy goat.

And if you disagree with me, you're a racist homophobe who eats oil-soaked pelicans.

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