tisdag 30 juli 2013

Obamas vallöfte om transparens infriades - försvann helt från webben (100% transparent)

President Obamas vallöften om att skydda whistleblowers och om ökad transparens inom myndigheter, försvann plötsligt från webben (100% transparenta)...

- Why You Should Care: Obama promises disappear from website (E34)

Publicerad den 29 aug 2013
One website has gone missing and Tim is in shock but his Obama-lovin' robot just doesn't see the problem. Can Tim convince him that you can't just burry presidential campaign promises? Find out right now!
Obamas raderade vallöften: Tidigare kunde bl.a. amerikanska väljare läsa följande löften på Change.govs webbsajt:***
--Protect Whistleblowers:
Often the best source of information about waste, fraud, and abuse in government is an existing government employee committed to public integrity and willing to speak out.

Such acts of courage and patriotism, which can sometimes save lives and often save taxpayer dollars, should be encouraged rather than stifled. We need to empower federal employees as watchdogs of wrongdoing and partners in performance.

--Barack Obama will strengthen whistleblower laws to protect federal workers who expose waste, fraud, and abuse of authority in government.

--Obama will ensure that federal agencies expedite the process for reviewing whistleblower claims and whistleblowers have full access to courts and due process.

Yeah. That statement seems a bit embarrassing at the very same time Obama's administration is threatening trade sanctions against anyone who grants asylum to Ed Snowden. Also... at the same time that we get to see how whistleblower Bradley Manning's "full access to courts and due process" will turn out. So far, it's been anything but reasonable, considering that the UN has already condemned Manning's treatment as "cruel and inhuman." And people wonder why Snowden left the country...





Manning to face up to 136 years behind bars for espionage

Publicerad den 30 juli 2013
Since the beginning of Bradley Manning's trial, we have given you the latest on the Private first class turned whistleblower and now the soldier could face up to 136 years behind bars after the Army judge found Manning guilty of espionage and other charges on Tuesday. RT's Liz Wahl takes a look back on Manning's involvement with the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks and the journey to his verdict.
Obamas vallöften om transparens infriades - försvann helt från webben (100% transparenta)

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