Does anyone else get the feeling that the US cares more about catching Assange (wikileaks) than it does about catching Osama?
They can hunt Assange down with great speed and efficacy, but apparently Osama is so much harder.
I totally agree. Actually, something seemed odd about Osama from the beginning. Bush immediately said he wasn't the priority. We had him, and let him go. We came up with everything we could think of to turn the focus away from him. The entire hunt has seemed strange from the beginning.
You think Osama might have been the equivalent of Goldstein in 1984?
Yeah, it's pretty disgusting.
The whole thing reminds me of the music/movie/tv industry's pitiful attempts to cling to the past. Wikileaks, TPB, and their ilk are the future and we're never going back, so fighting them is futile. As the Site-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named says, We are Legion. Adapt, people, adapt.
by Ralph Deeds 7 years ago
Here is a list from the latest issue of The Nation of a number of interesting revelations culled from media reports on WikiLeaks's leaks:-The Saudis, our allies, are among the leading funders of international terroism.-The scale of corruption in Afghanistan tops even the worst estimates. President...
by Rishad I Habib 8 years ago
& what do you think about Julian Assange? Do you appreciate what he is doing or is it the opposite? Is he the main man or just another pawn, playing the role of a show man? I did not knw much about him until recently & I personally felt that the rape charges were side effects of his actions...
by Singular Investor 8 years ago
I thought it would be a neat idea to award Julian Assange the Nobel Peace Prize for 2011 - if he's still alive of course - but it seems I was not the only one to have the same thought - the Russian government has suggested it already - 2 Peace Prize Winners imprisoned - 1 in the USA (he ain't there...
by andycool 8 years ago
WikiLeaks is involved in uncovering many hateful activities of the US government. In this respect would it be justified to restrict their activities by the US government?
by Stump Parrish 7 years ago
http://www.alternet.org/newsandviews/ar … paragraph3Amen, the only threat they posed our government was the threat of discovery. Not that it matters, most in this country feel this country has the right to rule the world as they see fit. Abusing human rights is the prefered...
by pisean282311 8 years ago
WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange said in an interview published Thursday there was a "high chance" he would be killed in a US jail if he were to be extradited from Britain on espionage charges.The Australian is on bail in Britain fighting a bid by Sweden to extradite him over sex assault...
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