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Julian Assange What's next?

Discussion in 'Wikileaks' started by Anonymous, Jun 8, 2012.

  1. elwood Member

    "a number of very worthy people admired by the Australian public" had better take not of how willing he is to throw his friends and associates under the bus when necessary.
  2. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Most people are able to make their own decisions. If they want to participate, that is their choice.
  3. raboon Member

    So interesting.
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  4. Anonymous Member

  5. Anonymous Member

    Based on this^, I could never trust Dumshit's leak submission service.
    Funny how he rattles on and on about Assange, but he went and betrayed the trust put in him.
  6. Anonymous Member

  7. Anonymous Member

    Christmas speech, he really does think he is sooooo important. O hail Arseange.
  8. Anonymous Member

    He is soon to be the elected king of Australia.
  9. The Wrong Guy Member

  10. he always says wl is going to publish documents....just do it already
  11. Anonymous Member

    How else could he remain relevant?
    Then again, with just 80 supporters showing up, I think he's lost his mojo.
  12. X-B0rd3r Member

    Assange defenders. Keep your calm.
    They re just talking about funny movies, perhaps they even take seriously what the concept of "Mojo" is..
    Member 10537, if I may suggest, before to say 'just 80 supporters', I would advise you kindly to try to look at theirs 5had0w5.. The mirrors are growing.. I let you with your own calculations, and perhaps the numerous shadows you ve forgotten.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Let's say there's not as much active interest as there was before. Also, Anonymous is NYPA.

    I'm going by the news reports of the event, which may be inaccurate.
    The mirrors were not present at the speech, AFAIK.
  14. Assange 'giving' the sneakster some juice!
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  15. Anonymous Member

    Arseange, what's next? Probably publicity stunts that grow ever more desperate as the news coverage wanes (fuck all about him since he went into embassy on UK tv by the way) eventually leading to some pathetic overdose due to stress stunt. By then the embassy will find him tiresome and serving them no purpose except negative press leading to him being pushed out the door to welcoming coppers arms.
  16. Ann O'Nymous Member

    LOL.
  17. X-B0rd3r Member

    Agreed. IMO, there's no negative press for Ecuador, only just press, and internal political strength & image to manage.
  18. Anonymous Member

    ORLY? Lol
  19. Anonymous Member

    It's Julianuary for king Julian.
  20. The Wrong Guy Member

    First look: Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange in WikiLeaks film | Express.co.uk

    By Charlotte Meredith

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    Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed a questionable dye-job and dodgy haircut in the first official picture of the hotly-anticipated upcoming WikiLeaks movie The Fifth Estate.

    The Sherlock star is set to captivate audiences as Julian Assange in the film, which charts the rise of the controversial whistle-blowing website, who have not yet approved of the controversial film.

    In the picture, the 36-year-old actor is joined by Inglourious Basterds star Daniel Brühl as German tech activist Daniel Domscheit-Berg, a former WikiLeaks spokesman.

    Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens also stars in the film as The Guardian's deputy editor Ian Katz who had a turbulent relationship with the WikiLeaks founder.

    The upcoming move, helmed by The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon and written by Josh Singer, is partially based on Domscheit-Berg's book Inside WikiLeaks: My Time With Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website.

    However, WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson said recently: "If the film reflects what is written in those books, it will provide a negative view of WikiLeaks with limited impartiality. Hollywood is not exactly the best reflection of contemporary history.

    "I don’t believe WikiLeaks or Julian has been contacted by Dreamworks, but I don’t expect any courtesy from any organisation within Hollywood."

    Assange, who is still holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, is wanted for questioning in Sweden over the sexual assault allegations, but fears being sent to the United States to be questioned over his whistle-blowing website.

    www.express.co.uk/posts/view/372721/First-look-Benedict-Cumberbatch-as-Julian-Assange-in-WikiLeaks-film
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  21. The Wrong Guy Member

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  22. Anonymous Member

    Julian who?
  23. Assange Member

    Haha, what a coincidence.

    bump
  24. Anonymous Member

    He doesn't like Cumberbatch?
  25. Anonymous Member

    Maybe he's pissed about his hair in the film.
  26. Anonymous Member

    Nachos.
  27. A.O.T.F Member


    He makes a very good point. Hollywood is not adverse with taking "Poetic license" when it comes to movie making - case in point - Zero Dark Thirty. If there is a shitload of money to be made,Hollywood has no qualms about selling it's soul to the devil,regardless of the truth.
  28. Anonymous Member

    Kinda ironic really.
  29. The Wrong Guy Member

    Here's part of a press release from WikiLeaks today:

    Stratfor emails reveal US has a sealed indictment against Julian Assange

    Tuesday 28th February 2012

    Confidential emails obtained from the US private intelligence firm Stratfor show that the United States Government has had a secret indictment against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for more than 12 months.

    Fred Burton, Stratfor’s Vice-President for Counterterrorism and Corporate Security, is a former Deputy Chief of the Department of State’s (DoS) counterterrorism division for the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS).

    In early 2011, Burton revealed in internal Stratfor correspondence that a secret Grand Jury had already issued a sealed indictment for Assange: "Not for Pub — We have a sealed indictment on Assange. Pls protect." (375123) According to Burton: "Assange is going to make a nice bride in prison. Screw the terrorist. He’ll be eating cat food forever." (1056988) A few weeks earlier, following Julian Assange’s release from a London jail, where he had been remanded as a result of a Swedish prosecutor’s arrest warrant, Fred Burton told SkyNews: "extradition [to the US is] more and more likely". (373862).

    Emails from Fred Burton reveal that the US Government employs the same counterterrorism strategy against Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as against Al Qaeda: "Take down the money. Go after his infrastructure. The tools we are using to nail and de-construct Wiki are the same tools used to dismantle and track aQ [Al Qaeda]. Thank Cheney & 43 [former US President George W. Bush]. Big Brother owns his liberal terrorist arse." (1067796)

    Ten days after the CIA reportedly assassinated Osama bin Laden, Burton writes in an email sent to Stratfor’s "Secure" mailing list that he "can get access to the materials seized from the OBL [Osama bin Laden] safe house." (1660854)

    Burton states: "Ferreting out [Julian Assange’s] confederates is also key. Find out what other disgruntled rogues inside the tent or outside [sic]. Pile on. Move him from country to country to face various charges for the next 25 years. But, seize everything he and his family own, to include every person linked to Wiki." (1056763)

    Along with the FBI, the Diplomatic Security Service and the Department of Defense (DoD) form a multi-agency US Government outfit seeking to criminally indict and prosecute WikiLeaks and Julian Assange. According to the Department of State, the DSS handles the investigation of all leads that involve the DoS and assists the DoD in forensic analysis of hard drives seized by the US Government in its ongoing criminal investigation.

    Burton also says he "would pursue [c]onspiracy and [p]olitical [t]errorism charges and declassify the death of a source someone which [he] could link to Wiki" (1074383). Burton’s strategy is to: "bankrupt the arsehole first," Burton states, "ruin his life. Give him 7-12 yrs for conspiracy." (1057220)

    The press release is continued here:
    http://wikileaks.org/Stratfor-Emails-US-Has-Issued.html

    The list of documents is here:
    http://wikileaks.org/gifiles/releasedate/2012-02-28-15-stratfor-emails-reveal-us-has-a-sealed.html

    Search: www.bing.com/search?q=Fred+Burton+Stratfor
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  30. raboon Member

    lol Fred Burton sounds like some sort of mental spastic
  31. Ok...so where is the apology from Archer/Herro and all the other "experts" on here who said there was no sealed indictment? They just happened to disappear now, huh? Funny. Very Funny.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    So someone mentioning it once in an email is evidence now eh?
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  33. A.O.T.F Member

    We all know that the people who make these sorts of comments are just your average everyday garden variety Controlling,Sadistic & Narcissistic Asshole. This type of person,has obvious underlying psychological issues,and should never be put into a position of power.
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  34. Anonymous Member

    ^^ watches too much Hollywood.
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  35. The Wrong Guy Member

    Minister: Iceland refused to help FBI on WikiLeaks

    By RAPHAEL SATTER, The Associated Press

    Iceland's interior minister said Friday that he ordered the country's police not to cooperate with FBI agents sent to investigate WikiLeaks two years ago, offering a rare glimpse into the U.S. Department of Justice's investigation of the secret-busting site.

    Ogmundur Jonasson told The Associated Press that he was upset when he found out that FBI agents had flown to the country to interview an unidentified WikiLeaks associate in August 2011.

    "I, for one, was not aware that they were coming to Iceland," he said in a brief telephone interview. "When I learned about it, I demanded that Icelandic police cease all cooperation and made it clear that people interviewed or interrogated in Iceland should be interrogated by Icelandic police."

    Jonasson said that Icelandic diplomats protested the FBI's trip to their U.S. counterparts.

    "We made clear to the American authorities that this was not well-seen by us," he said.

    Continued at www.sacbee.com/2013/02/01/5158323/minister-iceland-refused-fbi-aid.html

    Also:

    FBI agents expelled from Iceland over Wikileaks probe

    www.digitaljournal.com/article/342639
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  36. muldrake Member

    I bet Björk personally told them to FOAD.
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