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Julian Assange What's next?

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

  1. DeathHamster Member

    The Ecuadorians won't let him grow potatoes.

    martian.jpg

    (Needs to be redone a proper shoop artist who can add the visor layer over his face.)
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  2. Anonymous Member

    assange martian.jpg

    I tried, but lost interest.
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  3. furball Member

    release the funny bastard.

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  5. ideafarm Member

    Lot's of talk on this huge thread, but where's the action? I want to get involved with a plan that is legal and that is more likely to good rather than harm. Is there a web site that is coordinating or at least listing organized responses to JA's imprisonment in the embassy?
  6. @Anonymous Member

    wyDhBwr5_bigger.png Discordian@AnonDiscordian 12 hours ago
    WikiLeaks has been directly bashing Anonymous lately. Fucking wonderful, I would almost quit if it wasn't for what we've planned.





    Fe00yVS2_bigger.png WikiLeaks@wikileaks Nov 19
    Anonymous (or the intel agents that riddle it) have a campaign to inform on social media accounts based on their speech. Great precedent.




    EVERYONE needs to take a step back, and to calm down. This infighting is destructive and unproductive on so many levels. There will be no winners.

    C'mon guys, you're way smarter than that.
  7. ideafarm Member

    What is the boundary that separates "us" from "them"? Is JA one of "us" or one of "them". IMO, the us/them boundary should be broader in scope than those who identify themselves or are perceived as true Anons. It should include all who stand in solidarity with Anonymous (the meme set) and all who care about the same issues and act in ways that promote the same objectives that Anons care about and promote.

    All for One. One for All. Does JA qualify to benefit from this unity ethic? For that matter, do I?
  8. furball Member

    ^^

    let us look at Ideafarm addressing his adoring followers:

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  9. ideafarm Member

    The "pink palace" on the left is City Hall, Mountain View, CA. The picture was taken by a photographer for the Mountain View Voice, a local weekly newspaper that is nothing more than a propoganda rag beholden to the City Manager and the City Council. They gave me a huge article with a couple of ego stroke pictures, hoping that I was just an attention seeker who would then go away.

    Your post of this pic is totally off topic. I want to talk about JA here.
  10. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Same hope here...
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  11. @Anonymous Member

  12. The Wrong Guy Member

  13. Ann O'Nymous Member

    http://www.voanews.com/content/swed...n-to-interview-wikileaks-founder/3143125.html

    http://www.telesurtv.net/english/ne...to-Question-Julian-Assange-20160113-0044.html

    http://www.aklagare.se/In-English/Media/The-Assange-Matter/
  14. Ann O'Nymous Member

    http://www.telesurtv.net/english/ne...o-Interview-Julian-Assange-20151019-0018.html

    Copy of CPS mails: http://fr.scribd.com/doc/105251315/KR-CPS
  15. DeathHamster Member

    There were no charges to drop.
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  16. A.O.T.F Member

    Intellectually challenged. Brain-dead could not be more apt.


    https:// youtu.be/b-DIZvcK6Rc
  17. A.O.T.F Member

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  18. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    "On Friday 5 February 2016, the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) will publicly announce its decision in the case of Assange v UK & Sweden. If it finds that the detention is unlawful, the WGAD will order that he be released immediately and compensated."
    I hope he gets compensated but there's not enough money.
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  19. DeathHamster Member

    UN WGAD order? Oh yes, the CIA rendition team will be standing down immediately!
  20. The Wrong Guy Member

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  21. A.O.T.F Member

    z3YyRSvC_bigger.jpeg Anon2World@Anon2earth 3 hours ago
    We, as a people, as a human race should not let Assange be arrested if it comes down to it on Friday. We can't let "them" win.

    Anon2World is right! Enough is Enough!

    Should the UN make the disastrous mistake of not granting Julian Assange his freedom, there is going to be a
    global groundswell of very volatile, hostile, and extremely pissed off people.
  22. Ann O'Nymous Member

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  23. Ann O'Nymous Member

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-35490910
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  24. The Wrong Guy Member

    WikiLeaks ‏@wikileaks 2 hours ago
    UN saying they will not confirm BBC #Assange report until Friday, 11am Geneva time
    http://sputniknews.com/europe/20160204/1034204275/un-assange-.html

    More: https://justice4assange.com/

    UN Human Rights ‏@UNHumanRights 2 hours ago
    #Assange: We will release the opinion of UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detentions on Feb 5, 11am CET. We cannot confirm other info today.

    WikiLeaks ‏@wikileaks 8 minutes ago
    UK and Sweden accepted the jurisdiction of the UN WGAD and were parties in the case for its duration of 16 months.
    https://justice4assange.com/
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  25. DeathHamster Member

    http://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/feb/04/julian-assange-wikileaks-arrest-friday-un-investigation
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  26. The Wrong Guy Member

    The Associated Press ‏@AP 9 minutes ago
    BREAKING: Sweden's foreign ministry: UN panel concludes that Assange's detention is 'arbitrary'

    Quote:

    Sweden's foreign ministry says that a U.N. panel has concluded that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's detention is "arbitrary."

    Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Katarina Byrenius Roslund told The Associated Press that Sweden had seen the report and the Geneva-based panel concluded that it "was an arbitrary detention."

    Roslund says "it is a different assessment than what the Swedish authorities have made," adding she had no further comments.

    http://bigstory.ap.org/7bb5647f6042478ab3d56d4bbe73b90b
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  27. The Wrong Guy Member

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  29. A.O.T.F Member

  30. The Wrong Guy Member

    US and other nations targeted Assange and WikiLeaks – whistleblower



    RT’s Lindsay France is joined by whistleblower and privacy advocate Jesselyn Radack to get a full view of what Assange still has to face.
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  31. The Wrong Guy Member

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  32. The Wrong Guy Member

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  33. Announcement by UN at 8:00am GMT...4 minutes from now
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  34. A.O.T.F Member

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  35. The Wrong Guy Member

    WikiLeaks' Assange should go free from embassy and be compensated: U.N. panel | Reuters

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be allowed to go free from the Ecuadorian embassy in London and awarded compensation for what amounts to a three-and-a-half-year detention, a U.N. panel ruled on Friday.

    Assange, a computer hacker who enraged the United States by publishing hundreds of thousands of secret U.S. diplomatic cables, has been holed up in the embassy since June 2012 to avoid a rape investigation in Sweden.
    Both Britain and Sweden denied that Assange was being deprived of freedom, noting he had entered the embassy voluntarily.

    Assange, an Australian, appealed to the U.N. panel, whose decision is not binding, saying he was a political refugee whose rights had been infringed by being unable to take up asylum in Ecuador.

    It ruled in his favour, though the decision was not unanimous. Three of the five members on the panel supported a decision in Assange's favour, with one dissenter and one recusing herself.

    “The Working Group on Arbitrary Detention considers that the various forms of deprivation of liberty to which Julian Assange has been subjected constitute a form of arbitrary detention,” the group's head, Seong-Phil Hong, said in a statement.

    "(It) maintains that the arbitrary detention of Mr Assange should be brought to an end, that his physical integrity and freedom of movement be respected, and that he should be entitled to an enforceable right to compensation.”

    Assange, 44, denies allegations of a 2010 rape in Sweden, saying the charge is a ploy that would eventually take him to the United States where a criminal investigation into the activities of WikiLeaks is still open.

    Sweden said it has no such plans.

    Continued here:
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-ecuador-sweden-assange-win-idUSKCN0VE00S
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  36. A.O.T.F Member

    The British government Thursday rejected the ruling of a U.N. panel, which has reportedly decided that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been illegally detained in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for over three years.

    The office of Prime Minister David Cameron told the BBC, which broke the news of the panel's ruling, that the decision would not be legally binding in the U.K.




    https:// youtu.be/R7YrlqS5qtk

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