posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 08:23 PM
I never saw Daniel "Schmitt" as a traitor. Right now I think the more, that he jumped off that train, before it could not be stopped anymore. I
think, he did well. He is a young man and has a future and has different plans.
But also, I think, Julian Assange did well. He knew, when he reached the point of no return and continued. This was his choice, and I guess, he had to
Thinking about it again, even the book could be for the good of both. Daniel could get back his life and people will see, that Assange is just a human
being - extraordinary, but human. Maybe this can help stop all those theories I read here and elsewhere, about Wikileaks being CIA, Chinese, Russian,
Mossad and what else.
Yes, I will buy that book. And if it will be still of interest for you here, I will tell you, what's in it. Hope, it won't be an obituary, as even
some here on ATS wish.
Else I will contact Daniel and tell him, that it is time to come back on the train.