I’m well aware not all Americans will feel this way.
I do not speak for BMEWS.
I can only speak for myself.
Can people, or maybe the question is, should people voice out loud what they are thinking? Especially when very angry.
I have this bad habit. My mouth follows my thoughts and there’s usually not a thing to be done about it.
I often scan the papers first for things that stand out, or maybe just annoy me. It isn’t that I want to be annoyed or angry. But the news is the news and I don’t make it up.
I generally see red and confess sometimes it may be unreasoning red.
When organizations of foreign birth operate in the USA, using Americans of course (Americans in name anyway) then I see more then red.
It’s an organization with roots right here in the UK and it’s amnesty intl., and they certainly are that. International. My hatred doesn’t know any boundaries where they and those like them are concerned. Look, I’m an old fart these days and there isn’t anything I can personally do about them. I run outta breath just tying my shoe laces. But I confess, I am entirely consumed by hatred most of you can not possibly imagine. Think the worst and you still won’t have it all.
Sometimes I think, what if someone were already old enough, ex military, and what if they were very ill. What if they were already facing the great void due to say, cancer. What might they have to lose by taking out heads of organizations like the aclu and amnasty? If their days are numbered anyway and there’s no hope of relief from pain. You’d have the perfect Killing Machine! Why not take a page from the good book of Mossad, and take out America’s enemies?
Target specific leadership types and somehow, someway, find the people who donate large sums to them, and taking them out too. Even if would be assassins were caught, what would they have to lose? It seems to me it would be win-win. If you’re dying anyway, what more could a court do? Your remaining few months in jail and probably on meds the whole time? Woo-hoo. The only regret I’d feel were it me, would be failure if caught before the good and necessary deeds were done.
Until America stops playing patty cake and holding hands with our enemies, we’re as doomed as I think the Brits are with their, we must under ALL circumstances be fair and liberal in outlook. That’s bullshit and it’s their undoing as it will be ours.
I have read how nice and comfy is the treatment of that faggot mo!#3rf$&*3r who passed secret docs to Wikileaks. Bad enough that the USA thinks it must make nice to foreigners and assure them that our prisoner is being well cared for. Like it’s their fuckin business to begin with. Well … these em-effers think it’s their business, and they would most assuredly be on my hit parade list if I had the training, the weapons and the know how. Oh btw, the hate I mentioned is not reserved for amnesty intl. alone. It extends to those with the same agenda.
Here. Take a look at what got me going. Perhaps those of you with cooler heads
and less excitable of manner, those who are not, like myself, closer to Sonny Corleone then Mother Teresa, maybe you have a more clear headed solution then I am capable of.
Bradley Manning is UK citizen and needs protection, government told
Amnesty International asks government to intervene on behalf of soldier suspected of having passed US secrets to WikiLeaks
The British government is under pressure to take up the case of Bradley Manning, the soldier being held in a maximum security military prison in Virginia on suspicion of having passed a massive trove of US state secrets to WikiLeaks, on the grounds that he is a UK citizen.
Amnesty International called on the government to intervene on Manning’s behalf and demand that the conditions of his detention, which the organisation calls “harsh and punitive”, are in line with international standards.
Amnesty’s UK director, Kate Allen, said: “His Welsh parentage means the UK government should demand his ‘maximum custody’ status does not impair his ability to defend himself, and we would also like to see Foreign Office officials visiting him just as they would any other British person detained overseas and potentially facing trial on very serious charges.”
Clive Stafford Smith, director of Reprieve, which provides legal assistance to those facing capital punishment and secret imprisonment, likened the conditions under which Manning is held to those in Guantánamo Bay.
“The government took a principled stance on Guantánamo cases even for British residents, let alone citizens, so you would expect it to take the same stance with Manning.”
Manning is a UK citizen by descent from his Welsh mother, Susan. Government databases on births, deaths and marriages show she was born Susan Fox in Haverfordwest in 1953.
She married a then US serviceman, Brian Manning, stationed at a US base near the city, and they had a daughter, Casey, in the same year. Bradley was born in Oklahoma in 1987.
Born in the US, he is a US citizen. But under the British Nationality Act of 1981, anyone born outside the UK after 1 January 1983 who has a mother who is a UK citizen by birth is British by descent.
“Nationality is like an elastic band: it stretches to one generation born outside the UK to a British parent. And that makes Bradley Manning British,” said Alison Harvey, head of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association in London.
So far, however, Manning’s British status has not impinged itself upon the UK authorities. The British embassy in Washington said it had not received any requests to visit Manning in jail. “It hasn’t crossed our path yet,” an official said.
The issue of the soldier’s nationality has been bubbling furiously on Twitter in recent days and has been taken up by the UK branch of the Bradley Manning supporters network.
He has been held in the brig of Quantico marine base in Virginia since last July, having been arrested in Iraq, where he was stationed as a US army intelligence analyst two months previously.
He is alleged to have been the source of several WikiLeaks exposés of US state secrets, including the massive trove of cables released in November.
So now the shits are trying to claim the USA has no jurisdiction? Well screw them. But you must surely understand after reading this why I want them ALL,
Graveyard Dead! Every last one.
a note about my source. this article was originally in the Telegraph, but hunt as I tried, I could find no link and so had to use the Guardian.
This is soooooooooooo rich - Liberals just can’t help themselves at all - they have to shoot themselves in the foot just to prove without a doubt how damn stupid they are - Pardon me while I bust a gut. HaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaaa
Now that I got that out of my system - Ms Allen just might want to STFU - as what she is doing will destroy Obama in the same shot - Never, ever forget that The Won’s father was a British citizen and never ever attempted to become an American citizen (he was under the 1948 version of this Act - which stated specifically anyone born to to a British citizen was a British citizen no matter where in the World he/she was born).
I think it would be so righteous and so well - deserved - for The Won to be exposed and/or destroyed by both the rabid Left and that little sniveling coward Manning. The irony of it would be so damn rich - it would justify the last 25 months.
Go for it Ms Allen - keep it up - because you just might get what you’re asking for - and the repercussions will be enormous and yes I will use the Left’s iconic word for the Obama Presidency - historic
Too bad we can’t shoot the little cocksucking faggot and be done with it.
Agreed. To both.