Julian Assange in custody.


White_Unifier
#61
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

You can be tried in Canada for kid diddling in Thiland.

I know. It would seem more logical though to send the alleged perpetrator back to fae trial in Thailand, given how the alleged act would have occurred in its jurisdiction under its laws, no?
 
Cliffy
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#62
‘Julian Assange exposed great crimes & now great crime committed against him’ - George Galloway

George Galloway has told RT that he is “shocked,” Julian Assange, has been arrested, claiming a great crime has been committed against the Wikileaks founder, insisting the Ecuadorian & UK govts should feel ashamed of such action.
Commenting on Assange’s arrest on Thursday morning, political firebrand, Galloway, told RT: “I'm very shocked...Julian Assange is a friend of mine, more importantly, a friend of truth, a friend of the people. He exposed great, great crimes and now another great crime has been committed against him.”
Shame on the Ecuadorian government, shame on the British government and shame on those that let this happen.
Assange was dragged out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where he has spent the last seven years, after Ecuador’s president Moreno withdrew asylum. Galloway insists undue pressure was most certainly put on Moreno to act on the long standing issue.


t comes only a day after WikiLeaks’ editor-in-chief, Kristinn Hrafnsson, claimed that an extensive spying operation was conducted against Assange in the Ecuadorian Embassy. During an explosive media conference Hrafnsson alleged that the operation was designed to get Assange extradited.
The former Labour MP argues that the United States is “increasingly, belligerently and aggressively confronting people and states around the world - this is another big aggression."
Wikileaks have tweeted, claiming Assange has been “arrested for extradition to the United States for publishing.”

More: https://www.rt.com/uk/456218-assange...arrest-embassy
 
petros
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#63
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

I have a hard time seeing Assange as a journalist protecting a source or anything like that.
He's a guy who actively steals and publishes things meant to hurt specific people.
It would be one thing if he released all of Trumps emails at the same time he did Hillary's, but what he did unleveled the playing field and was a major reason we are stuck with President Fruit Loop

You don't have a President. You have Prime Minister Froot Loop
 
Cannuck
#64
Are you high again?
 
petros
#65
Are you here looking for fresh fruit and cigarette butts?
 
Cannuck
#66
No.

Are you high again?
 
petros
#67
Yes we have no bananas.
 
Cannuck
#68
I guess a better question would be, when are you not high?
 
petros
#69
I still don't have any bananas for you.
 
Cannuck
#70
Fine by me. Not a fan
 
Cliffy
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#71
Major Revelation: Assange Was Bought for $4.2 Billion – Former Ecuadorian President Confirms IMF Loan In Exchange For Assange

Former and much loved Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has accused Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno of suspending the asylum of cyber-activist Julian Assange in order to obtain a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Correa said that there is evidence of the agreement and that Moreno, whom Correa selected at his successor, has promised to “hand over” Assange in a 2017 meeting with Paul Manafort, former US campaign chief to Donald Trump.
Former President Correa, who broke with Moreno, also commented on visits to Ecuador by US Vice President Mike Pence.
At these times, Moreno would have promised to “help isolate Venezuela, leave the Chevron oil corporation, a company that destroyed half of the Amazon rainforest, unpunished, and to deliver Assange.”
Last month, the IMF announced approval of a $4.2 billion loan to Ecuador. The first installment, of $652 million, has already been paid.
Correa suspects that the Ecuadorian president made the decision to withdraw Assange’s asylum after WikiLeaks published documents about Moreno’s alleged relationship with a failing company, INA Papers.


More: https://www.globalresearch.ca/assang...ssange/5674374
 
petros
#72
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Major Revelation: Assange Was Bought for $4.2 Billion – Former Ecuadorian President Confirms IMF Loan In Exchange For Assange
Former and much loved Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has accused Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno of suspending the asylum of cyber-activist Julian Assange in order to obtain a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Correa said that there is evidence of the agreement and that Moreno, whom Correa selected at his successor, has promised to “hand over” Assange in a 2017 meeting with Paul Manafort, former US campaign chief to Donald Trump.
Former President Correa, who broke with Moreno, also commented on visits to Ecuador by US Vice President Mike Pence.
At these times, Moreno would have promised to “help isolate Venezuela, leave the Chevron oil corporation, a company that destroyed half of the Amazon rainforest, unpunished, and to deliver Assange.”
Last month, the IMF announced approval of a $4.2 billion loan to Ecuador. The first installment, of $652 million, has already been paid.
Correa suspects that the Ecuadorian president made the decision to withdraw Assange’s asylum after WikiLeaks published documents about Moreno’s alleged relationship with a failing company, INA Papers.
More: https://www.globalresearch.ca/assang...ssange/5674374

Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Ecuador wants restoration of US & UK aid and trade.
Enough was enough.

Quelle suprise
 
Tecumsehsbones
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#73
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Major Revelation: Assange Was Bought for $4.2 Billion – Former Ecuadorian President Confirms IMF Loan In Exchange For Assange

You're just jealous because nobody'd give a plugged nickel for your tired old ass.
 
DaSleeper
#74
Global Research



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https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/?s=global+research
 
Walter
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#75
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Major Revelation: Assange Was Bought for $4.2 Billion – Former Ecuadorian President Confirms IMF Loan In Exchange For Assange
Former and much loved Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has accused Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno of suspending the asylum of cyber-activist Julian Assange in order to obtain a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Correa said that there is evidence of the agreement and that Moreno, whom Correa selected at his successor, has promised to “hand over” Assange in a 2017 meeting with Paul Manafort, former US campaign chief to Donald Trump.
Former President Correa, who broke with Moreno, also commented on visits to Ecuador by US Vice President Mike Pence.
At these times, Moreno would have promised to “help isolate Venezuela, leave the Chevron oil corporation, a company that destroyed half of the Amazon rainforest, unpunished, and to deliver Assange.”
Last month, the IMF announced approval of a $4.2 billion loan to Ecuador. The first installment, of $652 million, has already been paid.
Correa suspects that the Ecuadorian president made the decision to withdraw Assange’s asylum after WikiLeaks published documents about Moreno’s alleged relationship with a failing company, INA Papers.
More: https://www.globalresearch.ca/assang...ssange/5674374

Bullshit.
 
Curious Cdn
#76
The IMF doesn't "give" you money. They mortgage your country.
 
MHz
#77
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

The IMF doesn't "give" you money. They mortgage your country.

I'm pretty sure that was supposed to remain a secret.
 
MHz
#78
What is with that stupid fuking beard, he looks like he was lost at sea the whole time and some kids hacked his account.
 
Cliffy
#79
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Bullshit.


 
Cliffy
#80
“Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom - and no such thing as public liberty without freedom of speech.” Benjamin Franklin


 
MHz
+1
#81
Public speech never was a danger to anybody, it is the meetings behind closed and locked doors of the self appointed elite that is the seed of 'bad shit happening'.
 
MHz
#82
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

“Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom - and no such thing as public liberty without freedom of speech.” Benjamin Franklin


You need to do more gardening, . . . you don't know a plant when you see one?
How many 'elite' went to jail? How many major entities went down?? Did he promote that the US is acting as the 'enforcer' for the World Bank by the end of WWII rather than the US is a super power through their own strength? Did we go to the moon was solved or not?? 9/11, solved or not?
 
MHz
#83
For 10 points, 'Who was Seth Rich?' Answer: Actual whistle blower. Current position, a number on the Clinton Body Count page.
 
taxslave
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#84
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

You're just jealous because nobody'd give a plugged nickel for your tired old ass.

Us taxpayers give him a welfare cheque every month. Not willingly but we do it.
 
taxslave
#85
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

“Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom - and no such thing as public liberty without freedom of speech.” Benjamin Franklin

WHich is why we must never let the extreme left get control of our country.
 
Hoid
#86
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

“Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom - and no such thing as public liberty without freedom of speech.” Benjamin Franklin


he is publishing secret documents

its a stretch to call it freedom of expression
 
B00Mer
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#87
Julian Assange HA! HA! HA!

Rot in Hell!!!