View Poll Results: 7m watching out for Assange in Ecuador's embassy - money well spent?

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    stopdoingstuff stopdoingstuff is offline
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    i don't give two fks about him either way but he is no where near as repulsive as say.....bombing civilians.........torturing people.....misleading a nation about your actual policies while revealing what you really think to a foreign ambassador.
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    his real crime is that he has shown that the secrecy behind which the politicians and officials like to hide when committing heinous crimes against innocent people can be easily penetrated. this is great news for everyone, except those who actually commit crimes and state-worshipping quislings who think that killing is fine as long as the guy doing it is in a uniform or is doing it remotely by drone. these days, one of the best things a person can do is to squeal on those in power via the internet,and i hope that we see more and more leaks. i mean, every time some jumped-up, government-adoring thug goes on tv to argue for more surveillance powers, they always spout moronic slogans such as, " only those with something to hide would oppose greater surveillance- you would only object, you are up to no good." strange how sensitive all they all get when they themselves can hide behind the usual cloak of anonymity. well, get used to it- surveillance has never been easier, and that goes as much for state-sanctioned murderers, killers, liars and thieves as it does for everyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Bun View Post
    Blair and Bush are bigger creeps with more blood on their hands , if you want to get all 'hyperbolic' about it.
    Except they were elected by the people of their natiions - Assange's only mandate was his massive ego. There is a difference.
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    His ego's irrelevant, his website's irrelevant. There's a lawful extradition warrant for him from a country with bilateral extradition treaties. He should be gone already. If Ecuador allow this, they're basically saying they don't care about the lawful extradition process between 2 EU countries and the legal rulings of an EU country's Supreme Court. There needs to repercussions against them for that.

    If refused and he goes back on UK land, his bail needs to be revoked immediately as he's demonstrated a clear willingness to flee the territory in order to evade a lawful judgement against him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sync;5470917[B
    ]His ego's irrelevant, his website's irrelevant[/B]. There's a lawful extradition warrant for him from a country with bilateral extradition treaties. He should be gone already. If Ecuador allow this, they're basically saying they don't care about the lawful extradition process between 2 EU countries and the legal rulings of an EU country's Supreme Court. There needs to repercussions against them for that.


    If refused and he goes back on UK land, his bail needs to be revoked immediately as he's demonstrated a clear willingness to flee the territory in order to evade a lawful judgement against him.


    Irrelevant...I don't think so!
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    What a disgusting little man, if anyone deserved the dubious pleasures of the blood angel this cretin is one of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by stopdoingstuff View Post
    his real crime is that he has shown that the secrecy behind which the politicians and officials like to hide when committing heinous crimes against innocent people can be easily penetrated.
    This is what the judicial system of a democratic country what to determine the truth of. I can't really see the moral argument against that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManOfReason View Post
    Except they were elected by the people of their natiions - Assange's only mandate was his massive ego. There is a difference.
    You dont need to be elected by anyone to report the truth!

    Whats your problem with the truth coming out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by slippy wicket View Post
    What a disgusting little man, if anyone deserved the dubious pleasures of the blood angel this cretin is one of them
    A guy reports nothing but the truth and you want to rip his lungs out??? And you call HIM disgusting?

    I dont understand why so many people are opposed to learning the truth behind political decisions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edg View Post
    You dont need to be elected by anyone to report the truth!

    Whats your problem with the truth coming out?
    How many people is Assange guilty of killing?? It is fine to publish the names of people helping coalition forces. There is no fear of reprisal against them.

    Espionage laws exist for a reason.
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