Guess who is speaking about “ethics in public service” at UCLA on Monday?

bradley manning

Manning: A convicted traitor and “ethics” expert…

Manning knows NOT ONE thing about ethics. This is a disgrace.

From the UCLA announcement:

“Join the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs for the next Luskin Lecture, featuring Chelsea Manning.

As an intelligence analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense, Chelsea Manning disclosed classified documents to WikiLeaks that revealed human rights abuses and corruption connected to the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. She was convicted and sentenced to 35 years in a military prison, but released in 2017 after President Obama commuted her sentence. While in prison, Manning publicly identified as a trans woman and asserted her right to medical therapy.

Now an advocate for government transparency and queer and transgender rights, Manning will speak about ethics in public service; resistance in the age of artificial intelligence; activism and protest; transgender issues; and the intersection of technology and people’s lives.”

We live in bizarro world…

h/t Twitchy

DCG

33 responses to “Guess who is speaking about “ethics in public service” at UCLA on Monday?

  1. How long before the Hildabeast, Obama, Comey, and Grubeer show up.

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  2. “…..and in those days they will call good evil and evil good…….”

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    • Cabin 1954 . . . . God Bless you for bringing that scripture to remind us that in the last days this would happen. We see it all around, and all about us . . . . those who follow the Father of Lies, do indeed “call good evil, and evil good …..” Thankfully, that who are attempting to be in tune with Jesus Christ, and His teachings are prepared to see through that ploy.

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  4. DCG . . . . Great article, although it is pretty unbelievable that he/she would have anything relevant to say about “ethics.” No doubt this is a wishe to use this opportunity to add legitimacy to bolster her campaign as running for office in DC. I find it to be the ultimate act of betrayal to our country, to have this individual speak to young people. It is just another instance of the “brainwashing” that the young people of this nation receive at the majority of public universities. I would wonder how many people will be in attendance. I would hope that the numbers are few.

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  5. If you are perverse in one area of your life (homosexuality), you will be perverse in other areas of your life (ethics). Chelsea Manning must have California Values. After Manning speaks at UCLA, maybe he/she can speak at the University of Sodom and Gomorrah.

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  6. And to think we taxpayers had to pay this bastard’s sex change IT now gets monetary rewarded for every presentation IT is invited to attend!

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  7. Coming next month – “How to serve your friends and neighbors”, by Hannibal Lecter.

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  8. Kevin J Lankford

    Calling him a her is not going to attract any body with good sense, intelligence, or acceptable and moral ethics.

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  9. “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” -Isaiah 5:20

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  10. So i gather from the majority of the comments that to be honourable Chelsea should have kept quiet about the abuses and criminality that is warfare and just go along to get along? Is it evil to out an evil or is it evil to aid and abet the evil by silence? Should all the crew of the Liberty have kept quiet too? How about Mordecai Vanunu? Should he have kept his mouth shut? Calling evil good and the reverse indeed!

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  11. Well, I realize that this is what its about now. They are making a clear choice between right and wrong. One is expected to side with them on all things or they’re your enemy. Well, I guess you can consider me an enemy.

    Why is any of this needed? Oh, I remember. To usher in their new NWO “religion”.

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  12. How long before Sodom and Gomorrah Redux?

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  13. I was just about to go to bed, now I’m gonna have nightmares – LOL!!

    I was also anticipating a multiple choice after reading the headline…

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  14. I am NO FRIEND of Manning, but, to the best of my knowledge, he was not convicted of treason, as defined by the Constitution. Please correct me if I am wrong, and I will admit it. He revealed classified information, as this post states, about ‘human rights abuses” in the wars the U.S. is prosecuting overseas.
    This, in and of itself, reminiscent of Daniel Ellsberg’s release of the Pentagon Papers in 1971. In my own humble opinion, war crimes should be exposed, and if the United States has committed any, they should be exposed, even by American citizens. And this is for this reason: We the People have a right to know what our own government is doing in these wars, which President Bush, Jr., lied us into.

    The real treason of Manning is that he betrayed his own gender due to his own mental illness. This is a moral issue and an abomination! But I, for one, want the United States OUT of the Middle East and its environs. (I’m not holding my breath).

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    • You are correct. Manning was convicted of the Espionage Act which, technically doesn’t violate the Constitution, specifically the First Amendment. Yet many in law question the relevance of the relationship between the two.

      What Bradely Manning exposed was Iraq’s crimes and other allies (see Anon’s post above).

      The US was by no means completely “innocent” (as defined by some) yet winning a war is not a simple and clean effort. Crimes of humanity are not the status quo of the US (in current warfare). Brutal regimes prefer that method, no matter what you think of the Bush admin.

      And I concur with your assessment that we should be out of the sandbox.

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    • There is a right way and a wrong way to try and expose wrong doing in your units operations. He took an oath that many other people have taken, and are still keeping, to protect the constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic. He failed at that task, in my opinion, and exposed our nation to danger, if not individuals to the risk of death, by what he allowed to be made public knowledge.

      There are established methods to take concerns of this nature to the next level, and that is going through the chain of command. I have not heard of Manning attempting to do that in anyway, shape, or form.

      Was it a good thing that we learned some of the things that our leaders were stooping to, in their quest for power? I think so, but the end never justifies the means, if the means calls for endangering peoples lives needlessly.

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      • Yes, as a soldier he was not a policy wonk. He could be “right” or “wrong” but he did not have the right to do what he did. When you are in the service you lose some of your normal rights. He was not in a position to know if what he was doing was harmful. All he was required to know was that he was not to do it. His sentence was deserved.

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  15. ……after they banned Milo, then Rioted. After viewing the bathing suit photo, I’m not even sure who has a Penis anymore? I’m starting to question myself when I get up in the morning, did some band of SJW’s come and remove it in my sleep???!!!! (Just kidding)

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  16. This clown presuming to lecture people about ethics! The people who invited him should be expelled.

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  17. ManCavePatriot

    This individual was named ‘Bradley’ at birth, by his parents I assume because he was born male. To acquiesce to his name-change legitimizes his illegitimate claims. The same can be said for Bruce Jenner. These people can ‘nip & tuck’ all they want, but their DNA still remains intact.

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