Saturday, December 11, 2010


For the People by the People.

Secrecy is a privilege extended to the government by the people and it can be rescinded. The Declaration of Independence expresses the right and duty of the people to keep its government in line.

Those who are supposed to uphold the founding documents of the United States via their government positions but act in contrast to such, are acting in a manner termed "treason."

The Exposure of such acts of treason are not to be considered illegal but rather are to be considered within the rights and duty of Americans in following the foundation documentation of the United States. To uphold the ideals of the Founding Fathers.

As Wikileaks is not just an exposure of the US government but of other countries governments and associated businesses, the seemingly apparent bias towards the US is in proportion to the destructive military weapons bias in consideration to the worlds sum total of such destructive forces.


  1. Treason: (from Wikipedia) The Constitution does not itself create the offense; it only restricts the definition, permits Congress to create the offense, and restricts any punishment for treason to only the convicted. The crime is prohibited by legislation passed by Congress. Therefore the United States Code at 18 U.S.C. § 2381 states "whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States." The requirement of testimony of two witnesses was inherited from the British Treason Act 1695.

    There is absolutely no doubt there are many acts of treason from within our government to be addressed.

    I suspect there are cables exposing such. And as for Espionage its an accepted practice in history. See wikipedia. But a double standard as to right or wrong?

    Who is the enemy that Julian A. is accused of supplying information to? The common people of the world? The same people where obvious effort is being applied to keep it from them.

    So its the people of the world who are enemies to the government as perceived by Government. In the US, that's "For the people by the people" whom are the enemy....?

    Now who is committing Treason here?

  2. On "Lawmakers Discuss Constitutional Issues Raised by WikiLeaks" 1:46:45 in, an act of treason by the US government as defined by the law. re:

    I suspect there are more acts of treason within the US government past and present the American public should know about.

    So often I've seen people make claims against another to hide their own guilt of what they claim of another.

    This is probably why the US government is being so aggressive towards Wikileaks in actuality. They don't want the public to know. Such evidence is probably within what wikileaks has yet to publish. Accusing JA of what they are guilty of, to the best of their ability, where JA not being a US citizen, means espionage. But some American politicians don't know "treason" doesn't apply to a non-american and use the word "treason" anyway.