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Bradley Manning a été reconnu coupable mardi par la justice militaire de violation de la loi sur l'espionnage, mais pas de collusion avec l'ennemi.
 

La "taupe" de WikiLeaks est reconnue coupable par la justice militaire de violation de la loi sur l'espionnage, mais pas de collusion avec l'ennemi.

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  • Ettore Greco
    Ettore Greco     

    How could the classified information be protected for the safety of one Country and also made sure that the citizens of that same Country are not the target of that top secret, like in the 9/11 false flag attack for example? Should State secrets exist? If State secrets were to be eliminated only in a certain Country how could this Country then protect itself? For example, if the United States were to divulge every secret then how could they do it without the risk of remaining victims of their same disclosed secrets? Is it possible to balance the power between secret State Agencies and the right to know of every citizen?

    Secret State Agencies have always been the stations to enroll new "initiated" and are still today the alcoves where the darkest ideas have been plotted in the name of a “Greater Good”. To accept that such relevant secrecy is reserved for only a few individuals is to also accept that non governmental secret societies will continue to flourish behind closed doors and to advance their agenda while they remain well hidden from the eye of the unaware citizen. Any head of secret service should never become president of a Country, like in the cases of Bush or Putin. To know everything about everyone is a weapon like no others and that is also the shortest course for a Democracy to be turned into a Dictatorship. The secret State Agencies will be those to pave the way for a New World Order. The current system of government seems to offer no other alternative.
    And from here is the need for a total renewal in the concept of government.

    http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Commutalism

    http://www.wavevolution.org/en/freethinking.html

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