Monday, 29 November 2010

Julian takes on the U S of A

It takes some guts to take on an entire nation single handedly, the most powerful nation in the world!
Julian Assange, an Australian, launched his not -for - profit whistle blowing media organisation Wikileaks in 2006 to bring important information to the public. Wikileaks slogan is, "We open Governments". He has no home, he stays with friends around the world, dyes his hair, always pays by cash, lives in airports, constantly on the alert, he moves in the shadows. He has received several awards notably The International Award for exposing extra judicial assassinations in Kenya. The Americans label him an anti -American agitator of the worst kind, and suggest he endangers the lives of countless individuals. they would wouldn't they? Assange offered the White House and Pentagon an opportunity to redact material to protect innocent lives , but this was rebuffed at every stage, thus Wikileaks has chosen to pursue its own redactions. Governments are afraid. They prefer to live under a stone where they can hide their worst excesses. Comments about Putin, Merkel, Sarkozy, etc, may be embarrassing, but are to be expected, don't we all harbor variations on these thoughts? It's the larger cover ups, the corruption, the cruelty, the criminality that should be exposed, dragging this into the light is what Julian Assange and Wikileaks is all about. "You're a greater man than I am Gunga Din". Rudyard Kipling 1892.


  1. You can see what the land of the free! Thinks about the rest of the world ! ME ME ME ME ! Stuff you lot.

  2. I think therefore I am29 November 2010 at 20:43

    Well said Tolpuddle Martyr!

  3. Assange offered the White House and Pentagon an opportunity to redact material to protect innocent lives...

    Ooh, THAT was nice of 'im! 'es all 'eart, that Julian Whatisface!

    It's like a shop lifter calling a shop and saying: "My gang seems to have stolen rather a lot of your stock. Shall I bring a small proportion back, cobber?"

  4. Matt...... Julian Assange did not steal, he published. Sounds as if you would prefer to live in a repressive highly authoritarian secret society where truth is always the loser.