Assange news is JUNK news

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Read up on Anne Hamilton-Byrne. This guy Assange is CIA cointelpro to a "T". Quit paying attention to this maggot people. It is total disinformation. None of his leaks ever seriously damage the CIA or NSA as you may notice. But it does damage targets throughout the world that we are trying to destabilize-Egypt, Libya, Syria, etc. WAKE UP ! Hartmann is carrying water for left wing intel services as well. is the best source of information.

angus7572's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm


Whatever gets you through your day, sweetheart.

antiquated's picture
Aug. 19, 2012 9:02 pm

I am sure he is being held by the Special Relationship Brits from just going to his Ecuadorian safe space from the CIA and those who hate exposure because he is working for the empire rather than letting us know more about it. I am sure these bogus rape charges are part of the cover.

It is a very elaborate cover up if we accept the premise. I think angus is nuts.

Apr. 26, 2012 12:15 pm

Here's a little insight for you, Angus.

Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, if an American soldier becomes aware of information regarding wrongdoing and doesn't report it, he can be charged with a crime and put in prison for dereliction of duty. Bradley Manning would have been committing a crime had he NOT released anything to the press. This goes for every other American soldier, because our Best and Bravest can't let evil men get away with their crimes.

Julian Assange printed the files like any good reporter would, and there are plenty of facts in those files that weren't known to the general public before. From most of my own experience, the people who say that there was nothing new in the Wikileaks files are the same people who have never read through the Wikileaks files. I am guessing that if you put in the time, you would learn all kinds of things that you didn't know.

And there is even more information about the US' double-handed dealings with terrorists that was released even before Wikileaks was conceived. Did you know that the CIA was training and arming Islamic terrorists in Afghanistan back in 1979? That bit was revealed by the former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzyzenski back in 1998 when he was bragging to a French reporter that giving secret US aid to al-Qaeda and the Taliban was a brilliant idea because it created an unwinnable guerrilla war for the Soviets that eventually bankrupted the USSR, much like how Vietnam was for the US, and like how Afghanistan is now for the US. Get it? The US created the same unwinnable war in Afghanistan that the US is fighting now.

Those terrorists trained by the American government in 1979 passed on their training and ideology to even more terrorists all over the Middle East throughout the 1980s and 90s. Then in 2001, members of those terrorist organizations (that the US helped create) hijacked some passenger jets and crashed them into the World Trade Center.

The CIA term for when they are attacked by the same bad guys that the CIA has been using is called, "BLOWBACK". So keep this in mind when you cheer on the CIA for trying to destabilize other countries around the world. Many of the people in those countries don't like Westerners interfering with their lives, so when the CIA tries to pull some black ops on them, they usually hold a grudge against the US and seek to take revenge, like they did on 9-11. Now with the US staying in Afghanistan, they don't have to travel thousands of miles to kill Americans.

JTaylor's picture
Mar. 19, 2012 2:04 pm

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