NORMAN SOLOMON – Bradley Manning saw an opportunity to provide the crucial fuel of information for democracy and compassion, thereby illuminating terrible actions of the USA’s warfare state. He chose courage on behalf of humanity. He refused to just follow orders. The Nobel Committee must award him its Peace Prize to recognize his dedication to human rights and peace.
MICHAEL NAGLER – When is a whistleblower not a whistleblower? When heâ€™s a scapegoat. Pfc. Bradley Manning is an unfortunate â€“ and a challenging â€“ case in point, and to understand why we need to see it in context.
WILILEAKS — On July 25, 2010 WikiLeaks, the Australian whistleblower website, released a document set called the â€œAfghan War Diary,â€ an extraordinary compendium of over 91,000 reports covering the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2010.
SIMON LAUDER — The man behind whistleblower website Wikileaks says he is not in a position to record an interview amid claims his life is in danger. Julian Assange, the Australian-born founder of Wikileaks, is said to be under threat with reports that the site has hundreds of thousands of classified cables containing explosive revelations.