Interpol Most Wanted Julian Assange

Having forced Sweden and Interpol to issue arrest warrants, they are now calling him an ‘anarchist’.

If the US gets away with this they have proved that the  rest of us are cowards.

Meanwhile Assange fired back:

In an online interview with Time magazine from an undisclosed location, Assange called on Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to resign because of the cables asking diplomats to gather intelligence. “She should resign, if it can be shown that she was responsible for ordering U.S. diplomatic figures to engage in espionage in the United Nations, in violation of the international covenants to which the U.S. has signed up,” he said.

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  1. I’m not sure anybody will quite know what to do. Family, friends, neighbors, acquaintances, strangers will all be asking: What should we do, What should we do? I’ll have my regular response: I don’t know. What the hell. Who fukcing cares? Do what makes you happy.

    How’s that for a responsive nonsequitur? That pretty much sums up my mood the last few days.  

    • Xanthe on December 1, 2010 at 11:53 am

    killing in Iraq and Afghanistan, it’s pretty much a given: we are cowards.

    On the other hand, if one believes in kharma (and most of us here do), that’s what we’re living through.  Unfortunately, the people not responsible for the wars and who did whatever they could peacefully are the ones suffering.  Go figure.  

  2. the volumes of age old internationalist plans and Kissinger globalist schemes which repeatedly and consistently say.

    “We” will eventually ASK FOR global government.

    The United States has to be made to look in the world’s eye as corrupt, beyond repair.  911,Peace Prize Obama, the “utter brillance” of Sarah Palin, mandatory unicorn flu shots, exploding people who don’t endorse the Bernie Madoff Global Bank of Carbon Scamming, and much, much more!

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