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Originally posted by CerBeRus666
Finally, in the end Truth always overcomes tyranny. Hope he isn't prone to drive alone...we wouldn't want another "accident", like the one that killed Jörg Haider...
Originally posted by Josephus23
reply to post by GogoVicMorrow
Here is a thread that I have participated in by Boondock-Saint.
We uncover some interesting things about Assange.
My personal feelings is that he is a Mossad asset.
link to thread.
Take the time to read through the entire thread. It really starts to get good at page 45 or so.
Actually, since I dont hate America, the answer is yes, I certainly could hate it & if it carries on the way its going, I expect I will & then hate it more for what the rest of us are forced to do to end its headlong blind rush to armageddon.
Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
reply to post by Bunken Drum
Wow, could you hate America any more? I wasn't under the impression that Wikileaks was only going after America. Perhaps you should change your analogy to all world governments, but then again, that wouldn't fit your agenda.
The judge’s approved bailing of Julian Assange earlier this week took another turn for the bizarre today when the Swedish government revealed that they had not, despite widespread reports to the contrary, appealed the bailing decision.
Rather it was the British government themselves which decided to keep Assange in detention despite the judge’s order to release him on 240,000 pounds bail. A new British judge will hear the appeal on Thursday morning.
Exactly why this was remains unclear, but the Swedish prosecutors say they will over no new evidence regarding Assange in the Thursday hearing. The decision, therefore, won’t be based at all on the merits of the case for keeping Assange but entirely on Britain’s ability to select a judge more favorable to keeping him in detention.
Officials are said to be hoping that they can find some evidence from the chat logs that Pfc. Bradley Manning was “encouraged” by Assange to produce the leaks. Assange has made general calls for people across the planet to leak information, but specifics regarding any contacts he may have had with Manning have not been made public.