Saturday, August 24, 2013

Without Shadow Of A Doubt The U.S.A Is An Evil Empire

Hantu Laut

They sent Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison for exposing the truth to the world about American atrocities committed on non-American citizens in countries they invaded. 

War crimes committed by the United States of America on innocent civilians in foreign lands under the guise of putting the kibosh on terrorism. 

Hundreds of thousand of innocent Iraqis and Afghans civilians have died senselessly in equally senseless wars at the hands of their so-called liberators.........the U.S Military.

Below are some revelations and confessions of ex CIA and ex-military personnels, who weren't happy with what their government are doing and they face the grim prospect of being thrown in jail longer than what a murderer gets in the U.S.

For Edward Snowden the President has some advice:

President Obama, in his news conference this month, said that Edward Snowden was wrong to go public with revelations about secret surveillance programs because “there were other avenues available for somebody whose conscience was stirred and thought that they needed to question government actions.”
This is a common refrain among administration officials and some lawmakers: If only Snowden had made his concerns known through the proper internal channels, everything would have turned out well. The notion sounds reasonable, as do the memorandums Obama signed supposedly protecting whistleblowers.

We need more people like Snowden to tell the world what a rotten government they have.

Malaysian beware! Our ISA is mild compared to what the whistleblowers are getting in the land of the free......U.S of A

Watch the video below:

Without shadow of a doubt the U.S. is an evil empire.


Purple Haze said...

There is a big difference with Bradley Manning's case and the ISA.

Bradley Manning was charged and had his day in court. He was found guilty and sentenced to jail.

ISA detainees can be locked up for up to 2 yrs (and extended for more) without being charged. Basically, you are put in jail without being told what you are in jail for.

I don't understand how you can make a comparison. In the US and most other developed countries, people who are detained will eventually know what they are detained for and charged. In Malaysia, if the Home Minister doesn't like what you say (even if it is the truth and factual), you can be jailed without being charged. Now that is evil !

I'm not saying that ISA detainees are innocent BUT if anyone is detained, then charge them and let the courts decide. Surely, the police would have the evidence to nail the perpetrators.

Or perhaps the Home Minister doesn't trust the Attorney General's lawyers. After all, how did the AG's Office NOT call up Musa Safri for the Altatunya murder trial when the accused reported to him in the chain of command AND one of the accused even gave evidence that he was paid to do the job?

Was this whole trial a set up to NOT call up the obvious accessories to the crime and sweep the murder of this young mother under the carpet ?

As Malaysians, we should be ashamed of our country's legal & judicial system.

Anonymous said...

ISA in Malaysia is also used for protection of journalists?

Remember what the prrevious Home Minister said?

OPS Lallang by Mamakutty also used ISA.

ISA is abused in Malaysia.

SM said...


I'm not familiar with Manning's case so I won't comment on that. I do know that the US is one of the Biggest Hypocrites there are as they tell you to do something but they can do something else!
However, 2 wrongs do not make a right & so just because the US is a hypocrite, does not give us justification to use the ISA. As Purple Haze said, even in the US no matter what, you are given your day in Court. In Malaysia, if you are under the ISA, the you can spend years in detention without Trial.
I disagree with Purple Haze on one very important point & that is he says "the police will have the evidence to nail the perpetrators"! I don't think so! Our police are just too incompetent. They only know how to go after the Opposition Politicians! Look at the Crime Rate in Malaysia! Just look at our Home Minister too...enough said!
As for the Altantuya case, well....we ALL know what a big set-up that was! Razak Baginda was told (by SMS from his good friend...we know who that is!) that all will be ok! And now these 2 get scott free....we have not seen their faces right? From day 1 their faces were we see why! They will now go back to their original jobs probably with promotions & I'm sure their bank accounts are nice & full & probably with new identities. After all.....ALL the records of Altantunya was completely wiped out off the Immigration Records....she was never in Malaysia so how to have got chot & C4-ed?!!!!!

Anonymous said...

May be Purple Haze should just look at the USA Patriot Act and read about what happened at Guatanamo Bay detention camp for further discussion on this matter.

Purple Haze said...

Anonymous 9.34 am

Here's a snippet from Wikipedia on the USA PATRIOT Act :

The title of the act is a ten-letter acronym (USA PATRIOT) that stands for Uniting (and) Strengthening America (by) Providing Appropriate Tools Required (to) Intercept (and) Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001.[1] It is commonly referred to as the Patriot Act.

The act, as a response to the terrorist attacks of September 11th, significantly weakened restrictions on law enforcement agencies' gathering of intelligence within the United States; expanded the Secretary of the Treasury’s authority to regulate financial transactions, particularly those involving foreign individuals and entities; and broadened the discretion of law enforcement and immigration authorities in detaining and deporting immigrants suspected of terrorism-related acts. The act also expanded the definition of terrorism to include domestic terrorism, thus enlarging the number of activities to which the USA PATRIOT Act’s expanded law enforcement powers can be applied.

On May 26, 2011, President Barack Obama signed the PATRIOT Sunsets Extension Act of 2011,[2] a four-year extension of three key provisions in the USA PATRIOT Act:[3] roving wiretaps, searches of business records (the "library records provision"), and conducting surveillance of "lone wolves"—individuals suspected of terrorist-related activities not linked to terrorist groups.[4]

Please note the last paragraph. It contains a significant difference from Malaysia's ISA - there is a sunset provision i.e. the term of the Act is finite unless extended. There is no such provision in the ISA, meaning if the current opposition Pakatan Rakyat comes to power, it could use that against some of the incumbent BN supporters and put them in jail for 2 years.

I don't want that to happen.

The USA PATRIOT Act is also targeted to fight terrorism. Malaysia's ISA can be used for anything including spreading religious practices detrimental to the prescribed norms or to "protect" journalists. (I still am unable to rationalize that statement from the Home Minister)

Events at Guantanamo are regrettable, of course. There is no doubt that there has been abuse but there have been few deaths. However, I think there have been more deaths of Malaysians in police custody in the past 10 years than in Guantanamo !!! Why aren't more Malaysians appalled by this in our own backyard ?

Anonymous said...

haiya purply hazy and senile mind should migrate to USA where millions of INNOCENT people are sent to jail due to inherent racist tendencies

the victims were the blacks and hispanics

these 2 retards should be attacked by gangsters to appreciate the thankless jobs the policemen are doing - such that their family members are forever worried on a daily basis of not seeing them alive again

Anonymous said...

lots more ...

Anonymous said...

purply hazy is living in fairyland

Anonymous said...

Many people are naive here. Just too bad they are getting senile too.