Hot Assange ripped out of Ecuador embassy

FairstoodtheWind

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*The democratic wishes of the majority of people over Europe ignored.
*Our government in the pay of foreign, faceless, unaccountable powers
*War waged on countries around the world without a flicker of interest from a State controlled media
*Internet information sharing regulated and removed.
*10,000 extra police on standby to deal with public unrest over this refusal to implement the wishes of the people.
*Tommy Robinson shut down from having a public platform, with public show trials
*Roger Scruton removed from position for the crime of wrong think
*Violation of sovereign countries embassies.
*Figures that hold power to account arrested on trumped up charges.

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Does he not have some super file ready to be released the moment of his arrest?

His wikileaks previous releases were disappointing and after7 years stuck in that building he must surely secretly be happy to be free.

The image of him being dragged out shows a very frail looking man. Wouldn't surprise me if he has gone nuts ! A prison would give him more freedom than 7 years in a room at the embassy one would think!
 

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Does he not have some super file ready to be released the moment of his arrest?

His wikileaks previous releases were disappointing and after7 years stuck in that building he must surely secretly be happy to be free.

The image of him being dragged out shows a very frail looking man. Wouldn't surprise me if he has gone nuts ! A prison would give him more freedom than 7 years in a room at the embassy one would think!

There's something to that. At least he can now fight the scum in open court. Of course, he will lose as the courts are nothing but weapons of control for the Régime.
 
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He made a big mistake, he thought the world was different than it was. He believed in democracy, he believed the people had a right to know how govts and corporations are invading their privacy and other abuses around the world but Facebook has 2 billion users, the people couldn't give a toss.

It's a pity he didn't try the Russian embassy instead. The Ecuadorans have treated him badly, that picture of him with his beard long looking ill is because of them and became part of their policy - all to suck up to the Yanks.

Britain remains as authoritarian as ever.

Any idea who is on the cover of the book he has?
Gore Vidal
 
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