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Finally, Assange Will Face The Legal Cases Against Him

April 14, 2019 by


By Cully Stimson ~ Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange is finally going to face the music.  According to many across the political spectrum, he is no hero. To a handful of others, he is. For the last seven years, Assange has avoided accountability for his conduct by holing up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, at […]

NY Times Turns On Assange: From ‘The Gift Of Information’ To ‘Dubious Judgment’ Post-Trump

April 13, 2019 by


By Clay Waters ~ WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had spent the last seven years holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, evading the authorities before being expelled and arrested Thursday, charged with a single count of hacking. The front page of Friday’s New York Times featured intelligence reporter Scott Shane and Steven Erlanger’s recap […]

Memo To UN: Assange Could Arbitrarily Just Leave That Embassy Any Time He Wants, If He Really Wanted To

February 5, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ How idiotic is this UN body to claim Julian Assange has been “arbitrarily detained” in an embassy that he freely entered and which he refuses to leave? BRITISH police have insisted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be arrested if he steps outside the Ecuadorian embassy, where he has been holed up […]

Julian Assange The “Enemy Within” Of The Left

August 25, 2012 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Labor historian Nick Dyrenfurth on Julia Assange, a “hero” who shames the Left: The pro-Assange cult gripping sections of the Western left has been exposed for the hypocritical sham that it is. Witness the irony of freedom of speech defenders and bitter opponents of state repression celebrating Assange’s potential departure, as […]

Julian Assange – Friend And Tool Of An Enemy Of Free Speech

August 21, 2012 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Peter Hartcher writes several paragraphs with which I could not disagree: The moment (WikiLeaks founder Julian) Assange decided to seek shelter in Ecuador, however, he betrayed the principles he claimed to represent… Why? Because Ecuador, under its President of the last five years, Rafael Correa, has become one of the world’s […]

If Nobel Were Alive, Would He Take His Prize Back?

February 29, 2012 by


By James Carafano Ph.D.~ Shocker news: Apparently, you don’t have to do anything to promote the cause of peace to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Bradley Manning, the disturbed young soldier on trial for handing over classified government information to WikiLeaks, has been nominated for the prize. They might as well have nominated […]

Pvt. Manning-Wikileaks Hearing Reveals Army’s Security Weaknesses

December 20, 2011 by


By Jim Kouri, CPP. Security within the intelligence division of the U.S. military exhibits so much laxity that soldiers are able to play video games or watch motion pictures on intelligence computers, according to a hearing into the so-called Wikileaks scandal. Speaking during a hearing regarding Private Bradley Manning — the soldier who leaked thousands […]

Pfc Bradley Manning, A Warning Writ Large

December 30, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba “All warfare is based on deception. There is no place where espionage is not used. Offer the enemy bait to lure him.” –Sun-Tzu (–400 B.C.) His cherubic face can be found on the many articles about an audacious assault on the military and diplomatic security of the nation. Liberals have adopted Private […]

Wikileaks – Freedom of Speech?

December 12, 2010 by


Julian Assange believes that he has the right to release cables that were obtained illegally through Bradley Manning (and others I suspect) as a right to freedom of speech. Der Spiegel for example wrote an article on the subject relating to the actions taken by PayPal, VisaCard and MasterCard, as well as Amazon in their […]