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Friday, 06 August 2010 11:18

US Army bans staff visiting Wikileaks

Written by Nick Farell


Freedom of information
The US Army, which was created by French backed terrorists who declared it was all about freedom, has banned its personnel from visiting the website Wikileaks.

Apparently the Army is terrified that staff will find out some of the darker sides of its antics in Afghanistan and no longer want to shoot women and children at the request of local warlords. All branches of the United States military are now banning their personnel from having anything to do with the site.

The Pentagon told the Washington Times that those in the Navy should avoid accessing the site so as to prevent the introduction of “potentially classified information on unclassified networks.” We guess that the navy would not be allowed to read the information in a newspaper or online either.

The Marine Corps is telling its personnel that as far as it was concerned if personnel willingly accessing the Wikileaks website for the purpose of viewing the posted classified material they will count it as “unauthorized processing, disclosure, viewing, and downloading of classified information onto an unauthorised computer system not approved to store classified information." Meaning they have "WILLINGLY committed a SECURITY VIOLATION". In short they are spies.

We guess they will be shot or executed which is what we understand they do a lot in the land of the Free.

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