Dec 09 2010

Wikileak’s Assange Is Just Another Little Hitler

Published by at 9:42 am under All General Discussions

The liberal left has finally come out of the closet – and its ugly. Ugly with the typical 3rd grade grasp of reality and simpleton ideology that is at the core of the babbling left these days. Sadly, it is this same trait that has brought humanity all sorts of pain and suffering throughout time. In a lot of ways, what is transpiring around Assange and Wikileaks reminds me of how Hitler and Stalin got their starts – with envy and hate wrapped around Walter Mitty delusions of being the saviors of humanity. Bin Laden and al Qaeda have the same mental illness. Unimaginable arrogance tortured by envy and insecurity. A need to freeze the world to the mad individual comfort zone. This is not the best of humanity, as these whack jobs like to claim. It is the worst.

The common denominator in these people – beyond the usual delusion of grandeur – is the belief that their pious acts means they are above the laws of civilization. In their warped views they believe they must break the laws (and therefore the foundation) of civilization to save it from their personal demons. Twisted logic cannot get more tightly wound.

Julian Assange and his high tech thugs are threatening lives, freedoms, peaceful stability among nations, financial institutions and who knows what else to bend us all to their petty will. Their crimes against society and we puny humans know no bounds:

But in an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Jim Sciutto, Wikileaks’ spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson insisted Assange’s arrest won’t alter the site’s calculated release of thousands of secret government cables, which still continues according to plan. The site published a new slate of cables Wednesday.

“It is not derailing us in any way,” said Hrafnsson, adding that a group of five to six people is running Wikileaks’ operations in Assange’s absence. “This is a turning tide and starting a trend that you can’t really stop unless you want to shut down the Internet.”

They want to make the world in the image they carry around in their geeky little heads (spoken by the professional geekster that I am). This is extortion on a grand scale. Not only are the lives of very brave people – who have risked everything to try and stop wars and stop mass murderers – now at risk, but all of us are. When a few rogues make demands based on these kinds of threats, they have sunk to the lowest of all – criminals.

If you attempt to challenge these cyber-thugs, they will attack you:

The website and personal credit card information of former Gov. Sarah Palin were cyber-attacked today by Wikileaks supporters, the 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate tells ABC News in an email.

Hackers in London that the Palin team believe to be affiliated with “Operation Payback” – a group of supporters of Julian Assange and Wikileaks – have tried to shut down SarahPac and have disrupted Sarah and Todd Palin’s personal credit card accounts, SarahPAC aide Rebecca Mansour said.

“No wonder others are keeping silent about Assange’s antics,” Palin emailed ABC News. “This is what happens when you exercise the First Amendment and speak against his sick, un-American espionage efforts.”

This is how Hitler started. He carved out a strawman enemy in the Jews and then used escalating intimidation to pull in those brutal tools who cannot wait to pay back the world for their own insecurities. He then unleashed his thugs on those who dared stand up to Hitler’s saviors of humanity.

In the world of the lunatic left it is the ‘rich’ who are now evil. How many ranting, rich liberal Democrats do we have to listen to before we realize that success and money does not make one evil? People are much more sophisticated than the sophistry we hear from the angry, petulant left. There are many decent good people who have made it to the ranks of the wealthy, who share their successes with others. Even Dickens knew the difference between Scrooge and Fezziwig, two very wealthy men who lived very opposite lives.

Hitler, Stalin and apparently Assange all felt inferior to successful people. It is why the Jews were so evil to Hitler and the Nazis, they were so successful and capable by comparison. The Jews made the envious feel even more inadequate. So they grabbed power to show how superior they were – and demonstrated pure evil.

Assange is just a modern variant on an old theme. He could not live with his mediocrity. He could not live without is personal crusade from God. He could not help but destroy civilization so he could save it – and reform the world in his image.

Assange and his merry band of like thinkers are as insane and sick as all the rest of thugs from history. I personally suggest we start rounding them up and putting them on trial, even if we can’t stop the initial onslaught. It will at least serve as evidence of their depravity when sentencing time comes. Whatever happens, we cannot allow them to destroy all humanity has fought for and built.

15 responses so far

15 Responses to “Wikileak’s Assange Is Just Another Little Hitler”

  1. WWS says:

    let me make a guess which I don’t think is very far-fetched: Assange’s supporters were able to make successful attacks on these credit card accounts and other such areas because he has anonymous supporters in key positions in European data centers; maybe even in top levels of management.

    This is not just clever hackery – this is financed and enabled from the inside. And that just strengthens the analogy you made; the little corporal was nothing on his own, but he was backed and financed by powerful industrialists who stayed hidden and who thought they could control him while profiting at the same time.

    Hatred of America is still very much alive at the highest levels of European society. I don’t doubt that at least some of them still want revenge for what we did 65 years ago.

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  3. dhunter says:

    Why has Obama, Holder, State Dept NOT shut this guy down. Why is the Liberal Left free to declare cyber warfare on countries, and private citizens (Sarah)?

    Is the American left in agreement with the goal of Wiki to bring the free world to its knees and freedom to an end.

    The left will have to shut down the internet as the last bastion of the free flow of information as their theories have all been debunked as lies and failures!

    Is this the Obama way of shutting down the internet as the TSA agents are doing at airports.

    Watch how the left reacts and I bet it favors the cyber attackers against free speech!

    It certainly has so far!
    Someone must stop the Terrorists Domestic before we can fight the world effectively!

  4. Having been involved with military and intelligence matters for most of my career, something has repeatedly disturbed me about this whole wiki leaks saga: how the information is leaking out. Classified leak(s) are normally from individuals with typically limited access to the information and with ideological, egotisical or financial motivations. one can only assume that in the case of Wikileaks that it would be entirely ideological or egotistical and not financial.

    What really surprises me is the vastness and volume of the leaks. Much of this information appears operational in nature from the military – typically classified at a pretty high level – or operational from completely different spheres of classification – the State department. One might excuse this by reasoning that there are a few leakers with secure com access (com custodians for example) who could easily copy and transfer vast volumes of communications. Rather than assume coincidence, this type of leak and the sheer volume of the data really speaks to a state actor.

    I can imagine several states with these motivations but if I were in the position of counter-intelligence at DoD or State, I would be very concerned about someone having fundamentally cracked the encryption systems as a basic level. This would be a nightmare scenario for all agencies that protect national secrets. Thus the question remains – above all more important – who and why ? We may never know.

  5. sjreidhead says:

    Ironic, while I was reading your post, I was watching the spoiled brats in England rioting over their “God given right to have a college education”.

    I find your take on Assange absolutely fascinating. I do wonder who is helping him. It seems to me one nasty little twit can’t do all of this on his own.

    Getting back to Assange, the rioters in England, and the O-Bots. I suspect what we are really dealing with is an entire generation of the entitled. They are so spoiled, so protected, so treated with kid gloves that there is no sense of reality. When they ride a bike they wear a helmet. They must wear a helmet when they swing. They have their little backpacks and their Starbucks sippy-cups. When they are crossed they lash out, viciously.

    The modern world, the nanny state, and the do-gooders have created a generation of spoiled, petty, narcissistic monsters. I see them on a daily basis. We all do. They are in it for themselves, want everything, and their willing grandparents and parents give it to them, no matter what their desires.

    Where does it end?

    The Pink Flamingo

  6. AJStrata says:


    the source of the leaks is well know. A PFC had access to computers in Afghanistan which were allowed on too many networks at once (State, DoD, Intel, etc). Not only was too much access opened up (well beyond a ‘need to know’), systems on these networks typically do not have R/W devices. The PFC would bring in RW discs labeled as music and just copy like mad for weeks on end it seems.

    That is against all established protocols for such systems here in the states. Someone fell down and got lazy – big time

  7. Mike M. says:

    I would not call him Hitler, though. Assange is a modern anarchist bomb-thrower.

    The sort that caused all sorts of trouble in Czarist Russia, assassinated President McKinley, and generally made trouble.

    They should be thought of as pirates – who are customarily considered the common enemies of all mankind, to be hunted down and put to justice wherever found.

  8. dbostan says:

    The full story about the leaker(s) is not known.
    based upon my info, those computers in that network have no USB ports and no CD/DVD burners.
    I have a sneaky suspicion there is (much0 more to the story than this sorry gay who is supposed to be the only leaker.

  9. I appreciate AJ’s take on that and knew about this individual. I still have a hard time thinking that this kind of access and downloading would go undetected. There are many signs that would have been seen and almost universally the thumb drives are banned in SCIFs. Often optical drives are in public places on the network and its hard to imagine someone downloading that much data and not being noticed physically or through cyber detection on the classified network. Every move is tracked there. Then there is the issue of the State Department – and a totally different information “compartment” – yet the same kind of leakage. Call me paranoid but training teaches us not to believe in coincidences nor to believe in compact and simple stories.

  10. AJStrata says:

    radical & dbostan,

    I had my suspicions too, except the rush to set up a field center and the short cuts taken sometimes before security is fully engaged makes the PFC story very plausible. A single weak link exploited at the proper moment is very plausible. And I think it was security recording that finally traced down the exact machine and person.

    On the flip side, a breach of so many elements of independent classified networks would be very hard to do undetected. For that theory to work lots of people would be exploiting lots of holes unnoticed.

    That one seems the more implausible IMHO.

  11. lurker9876 says:

    dbostan, that’s true. In a high security environment, all workstations in operational use have all USB ports and CD drives disabled.

    When I read how this private got the wikileaks data, a huge red flag went up in my brain and thought, “if he has security clearance, he has to have the need to know before accessing any and all classified data and many classified data must be locked in secure rooms, especially at those security levels”

    I just don’t see how a young, inexperienced man was able to access classified data via CD drive.

    I agree that there’s more to this story. Obama’s open transparency may have to do with it…

  12. AJ’s reasoning is good but I stick to my belief that there is a more generic breach of the classified information system. It just does not meet with my “gut check” on how this vast leak could appear from so many different compartments. We will never know in any case ….

  13. sbd says:

    From what I can tell, WikiLeaks has not released not one classified or Secret document. What they have posted on their website are not documents, nor are they images of actual documents. What they have posted are HTML pages which text probably from a database of some sort, but let’s not call them documents.

    The reason for their continued release in small increments could be to make these releases more creative to suit their ultimate goal whatever that may be. Think about it. If they did change the information in the cable to suit their agenda but what they changed could be considered better than what was actually in the cable to the government, which is worse, the changed info and releasing the real cable that is much worse.

    It seems to me that this release and the others recently are nothing but a fraud on all of us with the support of our possibly our own government which has done nothing to stop it or even to explain how it could happen but instead every time there is a new release they claim they are assessing their protocols.

    Take a look at what is being released in this matter and step back for a minute. The data has been about the Iraq War, the Afgan War, and foreign relations with other governments. Every previous WikiLeaks documents release other than those three has been with copies of actual imaged documents. Only the issues that the Left are against politically and want to fail are in this HTML format. Why is that??


  14. WWS says:

    best comment of the night after Obama’s bizarre near-abdication when he put Bill Clinton on the podium to take questions and then wandered off to play with his gameboy or something:

    Michael Goldfarb: “Finally, America has a black President again.”

  15. stevevvs says:

    I’ve seen many, many on the right who are in favor of this release.