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Narcissist of The Week: Julian Assange

Friday, 12 April, 2019

In Westminster Magistrates’ Court yesterday, district justice Michael Snow summed up Julian Assange perfectly: “His assertion that he has not had a fair hearing is laughable. And his behaviour is that of a narcissist who cannot get beyond his own selfish interests.” Supporters of Assange are now claiming that he’s either a journalist or a publisher, as if this were an excuse for his actions. The fact is that Wikileaks’ role in the illegal transfers of information and its links to the Russian government make it more like a foreign intelligence operation than a journalist or a publisher.

Back in 2010, Tunku Varadarajan captured the essence of this ghastly man in a Daily Beast piece titled “WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Is a Fraud.” Snippet: “Assange looks every inch the amoral, uber-nerd villain, icily detached from the real world of moral choices in which the rest of us saps live. Call him the Unaleaker, with apologies to the victims of Ted Kaczynski.”

Julian Assange is a criminal who evaded charges of sexual violence and then skipped bail. Regardless of whether Wikileaks was started with noble intentions, it ended up doing Putin’s dirty work. Example: In 2016, Assange declined to publish 68 gigabytes worth of leaked Russian documents that could have helped expose Moscow’s evil activities in Ukraine. For this, and more, Julian Assange should be sent down.

Wikileaks for Putin


Bradley Manning gets what he wanted, kind of

Wednesday, 31 July, 2013 0 Comments

“I wouldn’t mind going to prison for the rest of my life, or being executed so much,” wrote Private First Class Bradley Manning in an online chat with a confidante three years ago about leaking military secrets. He has been spared execution, but the prison part of his wish is going to come true.

Those who claim that Manning deserves some kind of “whistleblower” pardon or prize sound every bit as deluded as the perp himself. He was unaware of the nature of much of what he handed over to the alleged rapist Julian Assange, and when he did know, it was often personal information about troops on the ground. That the US military would entrust secrets to imbeciles like Manning is one of the most disturbing things about the entire case.

By the way, it is journalists and other civilians whose right to speech is protected by the First Amendment to the US Constitution, not soldiers. Bradley Manning stole 700,000 documents. He is no whistleblower.


Julian Assange is a rape suspect who skipped bail

Friday, 17 August, 2012

Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Brendan O’Neill, the editor of spiked, gets it exactly right in “Here’s why Julian Assange is the most annoying and arrogant person in the whole world“. Snippet: The liberal set’s beatification of Julian Assange reached stratospheric levels of stupidity in recent years. A fanboy book on Wikileaks by Guardian journalists […]

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Weakness and wimpyness and Voo Doo

Monday, 27 February, 2012

A quick look through the e-mails hacked from Stratfor by Anonymous and “published” by Wikileaks reveals little of importance and nothing dramatic. However, three’s a thread from 2009 that shows one of Obama’s billionaire backers, Penny Pritzker, cooling rapidly on The One. She is very disappointed about Obama’s “weakness and wimpyness” towards China. And his […]

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