The Espionage Act

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I wonder why this German ape has so much lust for white (presumably French or Belgian) women when there are actually plenty of white women in Germany.

It’s important to put the Espionage Act (which is being used to prosecute Julian Assange) in its historical Context. Back in 1917, Wall Street had loaned billions of dollars to the French and English ruling class to prosecute their war against the German ruling class. Was there any moral difference between them? Maybe. German was an authoritarian state and (France at least) was an emerging democratic republic. There was of course that little Belgian genocide in Congo, the British Empire, and the vicious antisemitism, as well as France’s alliance with Czarist Russia, that probably negated any moral superiority the Triple Entente had over the Germans and Austrians.

In any event, in 1917 there were plenty of German and Irish American (still I think the two largest white ethnic groups in the United States) who weren’t exactly thrilled about going to war against the German Empire in favor of the British. So Wall Street had a problem. If the Germans won (which they were likely to do without American intervention), Anglo American bankers would lose hundreds of billions of dollars. So the Wilson Administration had to take decisive (and decisively authoritarian) action against any possible dissent. One particularly blunt tool in Wilson’s toolbox was the “Espionage Act,” which not only effectively outlawed all dissent, but effectively branded it as “Pro German.

There are citizens of the United States, I blush to admit, born under other flags but welcomed under our generous naturalization laws to the full freedom and opportunity of America, who have poured the poison of disloyalty into the very arteries of our national life; who have sought to bring the authority and good name of our Government into contempt, to destroy our industries wherever they thought it effective for their vindictive purposes to strike at them, and to debase our politics to the uses of foreign intrigue …

I urge you to enact such laws at the earliest possible moment and feel that in doing so I am urging you to do nothing less than save the honor and self-respect of the nation. Such creatures of passion, disloyalty, and anarchy must be crushed out. They are not many, but they are infinitely malignant, and the hand of our power should close over them at once. They have formed plots to destroy property, they have entered into conspiracies against the neutrality of the Government, they have sought to pry into every confidential transaction of the Government in order to serve interests alien to our own. It is possible to deal with these things very effectually. I need not suggest the terms in which they may be dealt with.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Espionage_Act_of_1917

And by “citizens” of course Wilson means “Germans” and to a lesser extent the Irish.

Most of the hysteria regarding Julian Assange is based on the fact that he’s accused of being a Russian spy. Is he? Who knows. But even if he is, I’m still glad he released proof of how the Clintons rigged the 2016 primaries against Sanders. In the end, Assange’s crime isn’t that he conspired against Democracy but that he conspired *for* democracy.

As for the Russians, their crime seems to be the same thing George Carlin says the Germans were guilty of (the last white people the USA bombed). They were honing in on “our” territory. Interestingly enough, Russiagate, which was cooked up by the Clintons and the Democratic Party, and which has some of its biggest supporters among liberals and feminists, weakens Carlin’s “bigger dick theory of foreign policy.” It seems like these days women are as belligerent as men.

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