Julian Assange arrested in London

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Has the US an arrest order on him? I thought prez Cheeto was a fan. The Swedish arrest order on him for having sex with a consenting woman, that then later withdrew her consent post coitus, was cancelled in 2017
 

Dazl1212

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Why is it always about the left and right?
If it makes you any happier "the right" disliked him then. I'm pointing out the hypocrisy of people who consider themselves left or right wing and then double down on it.

I'll expand on this. the right used to dislike him because he was "going against US troops" now they like him because he uncovered Hilarys illegal activities. The left, vice versa. Its sad. He did and was doing what he always has.
 
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Dazl1212

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It annoys me how most people on either end of the political system don't think for themselves, someone from the left, for instance, comes up with a good idea, and people on the right will dismiss it out of hand because that person isn't on their team. The same goers the other way.

Its one of the main reasons I have become so fed up with politics.
 

ant-man

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He's no 'journalist', he's just a troublemaker. Deserves what he gets IMO.

You can't have everything out in the open all the time. Life doesn't work like that. The world runs on secrecy (or diplomacy to give it a nicer name).

If there were no secrets and everyone said everything they thought out loud we'd all end up killing each other. :lol:
 
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Seems like it's all going according to plan.

Mueller's done and Barr's come in now to flip it saying that Barry's Admin spied on Trump. Shit's gonna blow open.

JA will get extradited to the U.S. and be put into protective custody. It's the safest place to be for him given how valuable a witness he could be. Meanwhile Trump's gonna go after everyone involved in the coup. At he end of it he'll pardon JA.

Happily ever after.
 
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He's no 'journalist', he's just a troublemaker. Deserves what he gets IMO.

You can't have everything out in the open all the time. Life doesn't work like that. The world runs on secrecy (or diplomacy to give it a nicer name).

If there were no secrets and everyone said everything they thought out loud we'd all end up killing each other. :lol:
So do you think he shouldn't have aired that 2010 Iraq video?
 
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If it makes you any happier "the right" disliked him then. I'm pointing out the hypocrisy of people who consider themselves left or right wing and then double down on it.

I'll expand on this. the right used to dislike him because he was "going against US troops" now they like him because he uncovered Hilarys illegal activities. The left, vice versa. Its sad. He did and was doing what he always has.
Just weird that your instant response is to politicize this.

He was a darling of the left? Was he? I thought he was a darling of those who championed freedom of speech and were against government over reach. If anything those are tenants of the right...but really they should be universal and probably are, despite the politicization of seemingly every position.

Was he not a darling of a lot of people, regardless of political persuasion?

Did only "the right used to dislike him because he was going against US troops"? Is that a right thing?

Did the left dislike him "because he uncovered Hilarys[sic] illegal activities"? Is that a left thing?


This politicization is ridiculous, man. It's a pure infection of peoples minds now.
 

ant-man

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So do you think he shouldn't have aired that 2010 Iraq video?
All's fair in love and war as the saying goes.

The imbecile who leaked it is a traitor. As for Assange he's just an interfering troublemaker. He can pay the price of meddling in matters of national security.
 
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All's fair in love and war as the saying goes.

The imbecile who leaked it is a traitor. As for Assange he's just a whistleblowing troublemaker. He chose to air it along with all his other leaks, therefore he can pay the price of interfering in matters of national security.
Why do you think the leaker was a traitor? Do you it's ok for your govt to indiscriminately kill civilians of another country?
 
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Dazl1212

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Just weird that your instant response is to politicize this.
Because I have seen it politicised, this inst my idea. The amount of people who were crying when Trump was elected are now pleased he's going to be extradited. Many of whom were protestimng the Iraq war.
He was a darling of the left? Was he? I thought he was a darling of those who championed freedom of speech and were against government over reach. If anything those are tenants of the right...but really they should be universal and probably are, despite the politicization of seemingly every position.

Was he not a darling of a lot of people, regardless of political persuasion?

Did only "the right used to dislike him because he was going against US troops"? Is that a right thing?

Did the left dislike him "because he uncovered Hilarys[sic] illegal activities"? Is that a left thing?


This politicization is ridiculous, man. It's a pure infection of peoples minds now.
I can't see many right wingers being arsed about him posting all the shit Hillary had been up to TBH, if it had been Trump then that would have been a different story. Which is my point.

Anyway, I'm not interested in getting into a big debate about this.

I think the fact he is being extradited to the US is outrageous.
 
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All's fair in love and war as the saying goes.

The imbecile who leaked it is a traitor. As for Assange he's just an interfering troublemaker. He can pay the price of meddling in matters of national security.
He's 47 but looks 74. He'd nut dust. :lol:
The man probably had more chicks pay him a visit in that squalor than you've had females in your miserable life.