Too big to prosecute. Talk about a coup d’état.
10:09 am • 10 January 2013 • 476 notes
Winter Storm Street Style Snaps From Montreal
When you get all excited about real winter fashion from Montréal, but then you realize the images chosen feature boring MK bags from the Eaton’s Centre or cliché shiny parkas from Yorkdale. Yawn.
12:09 am • 10 January 2013
Hi, my name is Mia Pohn. I’m a nurse from Örebro, Sweden, and I support Bradley Manning for all the solidarity, justice, freedom and truth in the world, to show how important it is to get together and fight for peoples right all over the world!
10:42 pm • 9 January 2013 • 2 notes
“Few if any articles that I’ve written produced as much backlash as my 15 December 2010 column reporting on the oppressive and inhumane conditions of Bradley Manning’s detention, the first time that story was reported. The anger at my article primarily came not from right-wing venues but from the hardest-core Obama supporters, who (as they always do since 20 January 2009) reflexively defended the US government. Led by former Obama campaign press aide and now MSNBC contributor (the ultimate redundancy) Joy Reid, these particularly fanatical Democratic partisans literally adopted the anti-Manning rhetoric from the further right-wing precincts and repudiated the liberal tradition of defending whistleblowers and opposing oppressive detention conditions - all in order to insist that Manning was being treated exactly how he should be (this warped reaction was far from unanimous, as many progressives protested Manning’s treatment).”
— Glenn Greenwald, Even a military judge recognizes what many progressives denied: Bradley Manning was mistreated
10:39 pm • 9 January 2013 • 1 note
'Information Design' is the things I do the least. Thanks Linkedin!
12:14 am • 9 January 2013