If you can make any sense out this published shit about Julian Assange and what I think about the creepy little prick, then good on you.
So, I’m thinking that Assange’s “legal eagle” in Sweden, a clown by the name of Bjorn Hurtig, isn’t going to prove to be of much help to Assange when it comes to clearing his name. I don’t know, but if I was in Assange’s shoes, I’d be worried after the best Hurtig could come up with in proving that his client was not guilty of raping anybody was this, “Julian Assange’s accusers are jealous liars.” Like WTF man, this isn’t high school, Hurtig. I reckon his days are numbered as his client’s attorney. Say goodbye to Mr. Assange, Mr. Hurtig.
Such childish behavior coming from “a professional” who is supposed to be above name calling, right. Hurtig is a joke.
Somebody (David Burchell – The Australian) has suggested that Assange is the Chauncey Gardiner of alternative-politics, whose blatherings are mistaken for serious observation on the world, and who — in an age when genuine political seriousness is boring and lame, offers up political conspiracies to cocktail philosophers (drunken idiots really) who get off on spinning theories about why our governments are doing this and that, and blah, blah, and blah.
I guess what is being said then, is that there is at least one blogger out there who thinks Julian Assange is a joke hiding behind WikiLeaks to avoid answering for his own shortcomings, his issues with women coming to my mind. Naah, I don’t know what the f**k that means, what I just said in this paragraph, naah, not making any sense to me. Seriously, I just made no sense to myself — a kind of brain freeze waiting to be thawed kind of f**king moment.
I bet Assange has had a few of those kind of moments. Wondering if his mother smoke a lot of f**king pot while she was pregnant with her creepy looking son, and if maybe she popped some LSD too.
He looks almost albino to me by the way, but that has no bearing on his intelligence — it might have something to do with his stupidity though, and his lack of balls. Hard to say. Dammit, there I go again — not making any sense and just rambling on. F**k you, and the vagina you came out of Julian Assange.
He has made his mother proud despite that fact that he has apparently put her life in great peril, so the media will have us believe anyway.
Tomorrow, Monday in North America and Tuesday in Australia, breakaway WikiLeaks members, those who have tired of the accused rapist’s bullshit, are set to debut OpenLeaks.
The site, after they steal or purchase [it] from somebody, will allow whistle-blowers to leak information to the public anonymously. However, unlike WikiLeaks, OpenLeaks won’t be responsible for hosting the information itself directly, instead acting as an intermediary between whistle-blowers and media organizations. In other words, OpenLeaks will be selling the information to the highest bidder; instead of receiving nothing for the information as Assange claims is the case with his organization.
By the way, anybody who thinks Assange hasn’t cashed in big time with his whistle-blowing website, needs to give his or her head a shake.
Hey George Soros, how much of your fortune have you shared with Julian Assange, and how long will it be before somebody ties you to the WikiLeaks operation, huh big spender? George Soros — financing this kind of game playing is right up his alley. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear that he hasn’t spread some of his wealth around to help WikiLeaks obtain the secret documents, videos and diplomatic cables they managed to get their hands on, and I wouldn’t be surprised to hear that other cashed up media junkie, Mexican Carlos Slim has made a few charitable donations to WikiLeaks too.
This is kind of funny — “Given that no one has proved that Assange is guilty of the offences he is accused of and that WikiLeaks is not implicated in any of the those” — Free WikiLeaks
Free WikiLeaks is urging that credit card giants Visa and MasterCard rescind their decisions to cut off payment from the website’s supporters. LMFAO at that one because until now Assange had plenty of time to address the charges being made against in Sweden, but chose to go into hiding instead of turning himself to prove that he was innocence, as he so often said every time he said that the rape allegations came about because the Americans were upset with him because he was spilling secrets about them. The funny part, “No one has proved that Assange is guilty” — what’s funny about that is that Assange hasn’t proven that the U.S. is guilty of any crime (he’s not a judge and jury by the way) and yet he keeps insisting they are. Don’t you think that’s funny?
President Barack Obama made his strongest condemnation yet of WikiLeaks during a call to the Turkish Prime Minister. In that conversation the President expressed his regrets for the deplorable actions by WikiLeaks, but the context of the conversation hasn’t been published by WikiLeaks, nor are they returning my calls in regards to that phone call. Gee, I wonder why the f**k that is, and if the WikiLeaks will be around long enough to get their hands on the content of that phone call. I’m sure Julian and his WikiLeaks operatives have made enough money between them to pay somebody for wiretaps or to listen in on phone calls between world leaders.
Meanwhile back in the cyberspace shithouse, Wikibrats are throwing Wikitantrums and justifying their actions by saying, they are “defending freedom“. In the real world though, I think everybody knows that they are defending a man who was arrested because of rape allegations made by two of his Swedish female conquests and not because of efforts by various world governments to shut down him and WikiLeaks. Those Wikibrats, they really need to f**king grow up.
Somebody has leaked on WikiLeaks. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.
The Australian Tax Office, the clowns who failed to bring down Crocodile Dundee in their tax fraud probe of him, might have a better chance of nailing Julian Assange for tax evasion now that a information has come to light that a senior WikiLeaks activist and others resigned from the organization because of their “deep concern” about its treatment of sources and “lack of transparency with relation to large sums of money.”
Run Soros and Slim, run — don’t get caught up in that tax shit, Julian Assange’s possible tax problems surely to mushroom into something bigger if it is ever proven those two f**king cashed up media activists get caught up in a tax fraud investigation against Assange. I’m just saying.
Last for today, but certainly not least by a long f**king shot in the Assange saga is this ridiculously funny video courtesy of Saturday Night Live.