"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Bradley Manning should get the Congressional Medal of Honor

A meeting of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

The U.S. is run by Idiots and Morons
The Generals store supposedly "top secret" data on
computers for anyone to download. 

By Gary;

Bradley Manning should get the Congressional Medal of Honor for proving that the U.S. is ruled by a bunch of fucking idiots.

Bradley Manning, the 25-year-old Army private who gave thousands of classified U.S. military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks has done America a public service.  He has proven that the generals and civilians haven't a clue what they are doing.

I have to ask. What stupid bastard would store "top secret" military information on computers where the info can be downloaded at will and even sent on the Internet? Hello???

Has any general seen the movies "Wargames", "Swordfish" and "Live Free or Die Hard"? Has anyone in government bothered to read the news about computer hacking during the last 30 years?

I have seen some dumb bastards in my day, but the generals in the Pentagon and their civilian leaders have to rank as some of the most stupid people ever born.

or . . . . . are the data "thefts" simply setups by the government so the Elites can demand even more Police Power and control over the Internet to "protect" us?

In any case, I say give a Congressional Medal to Manning for showing us that the Emperor has no clothes and a Purple Heart to Ed Snowden for being forced to eat airport food for weeks in Moscow.

The Locked Filing Cabinet
The locked file cabinet in a locked and guarded room. The old fashioned, low-tech way to protect documents from cyber theft by either foreign governments or hackers. But I am just a "crazy" Blogger.  What do I know?
It's not like computer theft and hacking is something new.  Way back in the 1983 movie "Wargames" Matthew Broderick hacked into NORAD and nearly started a nuclear war. But after all these years the idiots in our military and in government still store vital data in computers where any 16 year old in the world or government employee can hack
in and steal it.

A movie that was a computer hacker's wet dream.  But somehow the Government claims they don't understand this cyber threat . . . or do they? 
Any fool who really wanted to keep secret information secret would simply remove top secret data from computers and lock it up.  So one must conclude that either we are ruled by total idiots or the government wants "secrets" stolen so they have an excuse to increase Police State powers and their control over the Internet.
But conspiracy type thinking like that would be "crazy".


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