The Wikileak's situation has officially reached its breaking point. As I'm sure most of you know, Bradley Manning is almost definitely going to receive life imprisonment, under the charge of aiding and abetting the enemy. This is basically unavoidable. The problem is not enough people are aware of the ridiculous hypocrisy behind this. Whether or not you believe Manning was justified in his actions, he exposed illegal activities by the U.S. government, and every U.S. soldier is sworn to report any illegal activities they are witness to. For this a 22 year old is going to prison for 52 years. Not to mention Assange. He has successfully managed to hold the governments of the world accountable, and for that, we should thank him. But how long can he last? One man against the strongest governments in the world is sure to fall eventually. Realistically, we can't do what I wish we could. I think if Anonymous somehow managed to come together and present a united force, we would basically be unstoppable. Of course, the very nature of Anonymous means this is impossible. But, that doesn't mean we can't do anything. The power of awareness is rarely appreciated in its entirety. I think the number of protests supporting Wikileaks needs to increase dramatically. We are a grassroots organization, if we are an organization at all. Word can spread surprisingly fast. I just cant allow this opportunity to be wasted. As far as I can see, this is the first time in history that we have the ability to force the State to shed its barrier of obfuscation and finally allow transparency to become a reality. No more bullshit talking points, no more bullshit press releases. Wikileaks has given us an amazing opportunity, and we can't fucking waste it.