An in depth article about an interesting and strange man. Also we learn that he hangs out with Pamela Anderson.
How insane, and fun, (for us anyway) would it be if this were to happen?
It’s absolutely not. But that would make for one hell of a summer.
The Deep State asserts itself more. The CIA wants Assange. Washington at large wants Assange. The Imperial City doesn’t want any more secrets getting out. It’s a grudge match now.
It looks like they might be coming for Assange.
The entire political class in DC wants the man strung up and humiliated for all the serfs to see.
Ms. Clinton reportedly uttered these words during a State Department meeting focused on the impact of the release of a group of diplomatic cables from Wikileaks. State also reportedly discussed “legal and non-legal” ways of neutralizing Assange.
We have no horse in the presidential race. (Or any race.) There is crony capitalism all over. DNC, RNC, NBC, CBS, PBS, FOX, Washpo, The Times, Washington, New York, LA, – you get the point. But this leak from Wikileaks, no matter where it came from originally has exposed the inner workings, to some extent, of the American political beast and that is important and valuable for the American people.
Assange isn’t the only person reporting on this. We noted a few months ago that Erik Schmidt, the Chairman of Google actually founded a COMPANY whose sole goal is to get Hillary Clinton elected president. Below is the honest to goodness logo of this company, GROUNDWORK. It couldn’t be creepier.
It is of concern when the head of one of the most powerful media outlets on the globe is teaming up with the nominee of the Democratic Party (or any party) for the purpose of getting that person elected.
It should be remembered that Kim Dotcom recently called Julian Assange Hillary Clinton’s worst nightmare.
Say what you want about Assange but Wikileaks has done some good work. And Assange is certainly correct on the below. Obama has gone after whistleblowers with a particularly vindictive zeal. Largely I think because he doesn’t fundamentally trust the apparatus around him.
He called Drudge an innovator and also heaped praise on both Ron and Rand Paul for their principled stands for civil liberties.