Julian Assange.... Hypocrite.

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    Take that, Skippy! :lol:
     
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    Yep. I have to say, it made me laugh a lot when I read that. :lol:
     
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    Typical leftist, isn't he? Thinks the rules don't apply to him, and that he shouldn't suffer any consequences from his actions.

    It always makes a funny sound when leftist ideals and reality collide. :lol:
     
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    Typical. I laugh at the idiots who thinks he is a hero.
     
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    he seems more of an anarchist to me. either way, i think it's fair that he be treated in accordance with his desire for transparency.
     
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    I say that he is more an arrogant entrepreneur who has a revenge in his mind. Brilliant indeed for anyone who can bring about this event to fruition (Anyone could have started this, but most would have been rendered useless pretty quick) must have a superior ability to prognosticate in order to setup the fault tolerances that he has setup.

    I saw his first interview and his walking out of the interview. His facial responses are clear. This is a very brilliant man who suffers no 'tangents to his curve' in discussion. I can see how many would not like him and I can also see how many would follow him. But only after seeing his results.


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p53dKcAne4U&feature=player_detailpage"]Assange Walks Out[/ame]

    Look at his hair. This is a man not concerned with appearances. I extend this to say that I would think that he is also not a man concerned with laws as they would only address the rabble, not him. Not using condoms when he said he was going to use them? Yes, likely possible.

    Then they came out stronger in support. Can't say as I blame them. Ability is the greatest loyalty factor known to controlling humans.

    The issue I have is with the US being unable to stop him. This lends more to the Political Paper Tiger theory than anything else (to my view).

    Assange: From teen hacker to secrets leaker - U.S. news - WikiLeaks in Security - msnbc.com
     
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    hahahahahahah that is hystercial!

    He's a fuckwad that should get everything thrown at him that's possible in the name of the law.
     
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    Normally I would tend to agree with you. However, it depends on how this man is charged or if he can even be charged.

    If the US moves to politically charge him, then transparency is out the window with regard to evidence regarding National Security.

    If there are any charges, I believe that they will not be of a civil criminal nature. Who knows what is behind the scenes with his culpability in gathering this information?

    What I do know is that America is the most litigative (sic - 'so i'm a bit anarchist myself, but with words :thup:) society in the world. If they can't find something to charge him with, then I would be surprised.

    One can not stop a tide though...
     

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