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Do You Agree With Ecuador’s Decision to Give Political Asylum to WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange?

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  • DP 2012/08/16 23:14:19
    Yes
    DP
    +29
    Then you support the corruption of the governments across the world. Go ahead and try to say you don't. It won't matter because you do. He's trying to let people know the truth, and they're using the rape accusations—which are false; the women bragged about having sex with him the following day. The one woman only wanted him to get tested after he didn't wear a condom. The police took that as a rape accusation—to try to send him to the US. The government is just mad that they're being exposed for the evil they do behind closed doors.

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  • Wahvlvke Joyce B... 2012/08/23 12:17:25
    Wahvlvke
    Note: bradley manning is a queer traitor and should pay for the treason he has done.
  • Jon gvc 2012/08/21 17:16:16 (edited)
    Jon
    +1
    When you resort to name calling it shows your inability to debate an issue.
  • gvc Jon 2012/08/21 20:10:36
    gvc
    Jon, when I want your opinion I will ask for it. Don't wait by the phone. :-)
  • Wahvlvke gvc 2012/08/23 12:13:49
    Wahvlvke
    +1
    Good for you ... there is no telling how many have been killed because of this nerds egomaniacal desire for publicity.
  • Jon gvc 2012/08/21 17:09:09
    Jon
    Ever heard of Daniel Ellberg?
  • gvc Jon 2012/08/21 20:19:04
    gvc
    Yes I have. If the Republican party had not tried to do to him what he willfully did to the Govenrment he would have spent his life in jail for spying.
    He is NO hero in my book.
  • Wahvlvke Jon 2012/08/23 12:18:23
    Wahvlvke
    That would be Ellsberg.
  • kevracer Joyce B... 2012/08/21 16:12:54
    kevracer
    +1
    I think you overestimate Assange's importance
  • Joyce B... kevracer 2012/08/21 18:04:38
    Joyce Brand
    +1
    Is that a reason to throw him under the bus?
  • Delete gvc 2012/08/21 06:46:29
  • gvc Delete 2012/08/21 12:56:11
    gvc
    Good, I hope to hell he is petrified! He deserves NOTHING less.
  • Delete gvc 2012/08/21 13:51:53
  • gvc Delete 2012/08/21 14:46:42
    gvc
    A statue? Please, take your meds and shut your mouth, you sound insane!
  • kevracer Joyce B... 2012/08/21 16:12:18
    kevracer
    answer and fight the charges instead of hiding
  • Joyce B... kevracer 2012/08/21 18:06:21
    Joyce Brand
    +1
    You can't fight the charges when it is obviously a set up by the most powerful government on the planet. He has answered them at length for all the good it has done him.
  • kevracer Joyce B... 2012/08/21 18:26:12 (edited)
    kevracer
    "obviously?" show some proof to support your claim of a set-up
  • byz kevracer 2012/08/21 02:40:13
    byz
    +2
    wrong. Its a set up.
  • kevracer byz 2012/08/21 18:26:42
    kevracer
    prove that
  • Delete kevracer 2012/08/21 06:45:38
  • Jon kevracer 2012/08/21 17:03:32
    Jon
    +1
    So, you know he's guilty?? Were you there? Do you personally know these two women? Where have you done your research? Have you ever been on a jury? He is merely wanted for questioning about trumped up rape charges. He has not been charged with anything.

    Sweden will extradite him to US. Do you you actually CONDONE killing civilians (women, men, children, and elders) in a war and keeping it SECRET?
  • kevracer Jon 2012/08/21 17:10:51
    kevracer
    If a man is innocent he should shout it from the rooftops and be anxious to have his day in court. A man with something to hide holes up in an embassy
  • Joyce B... kevracer 2012/08/21 18:14:59 (edited)
    Joyce Brand
    +2
    He HAS been shouting it from the rooftops. His day in court? Bradley Manning has been tortured for over two years while waiting for HIS "day in court." Jose Padilla (who was nothing but a stupid, petty criminal) was tortured for years until, by the time he got his "day in court," he was little more than a vegetable unable to utter a coherent sentence and willing to admit to anything.
  • COMALite J kevracer 2012/08/21 18:15:11
    COMALite J
    If someone falsely accused you of a heinous crime and it was only your word against his or hers, would you not be afraid?
  • Don Leuty 2012/08/20 17:22:11
    No
    Don Leuty
    +1
    The mouse roars
  • Little Angel 2012/08/20 17:02:42
    Yes
    Little Angel
    +6
    I am glad to see a Country help defend him from being persecuted
    for using Freedom of Speech. This is something we are losing in
    our Country and some still believe our Country can do no wrong.
    I think it is time ti wake up!
    feedom of speech
  • twocrows 2012/08/20 16:51:41
    Yes
    twocrows
    +4
    he committed the unpardonable sin of publishing stuff that is embarrassing to the PTB so they're determined to make an example of him. and those countries that tout 'freedom of the press' and 'transparency' are in the vanguard. go figure.
  • Proggy 2012/08/20 15:52:11
    Yes
    Proggy
    +5
    Which have done more damage? The secrets? Or the leaks?
  • Pug For Huck 2012/08/20 14:54:16
    No
    Pug For Huck
    +4
    Exposing government corruption and posing a threat to our troops are two different things.
  • Vieuphoria Pug For... 2012/08/20 20:22:13
    Vieuphoria
    +3
    True. But what about when the government corruption has already needlessly threatened the lives of troops.
  • Pug For... Vieuphoria 2012/08/21 00:24:14
    Pug For Huck
    +1
    Don't try to justify his actions. Government corruption needs to be dealt with on it's own terms. His actions are the point here. Stay away from the nebulous arguments.
  • Scott Pug For... 2012/08/21 05:08:48
    Scott
    +3
    There's nothing nebulous about it. It was the Government corruption that endangered the troops, not his exposure of it.
  • Vieuphoria Pug For... 2012/08/21 09:51:41
    Vieuphoria
    +3
    How does a corrupt government deal with itself on it's own terms. It takes people standing up to corruption.
  • Mr.Hood... Pug For... 2012/08/21 11:53:37
    Mr.Hoodz the Truth Troll
    +1
    So how would you go about exposing crimes that the government just seals with "National Security" tape?
  • Mr.Hood... Pug For... 2012/08/21 11:56:13
    Mr.Hoodz the Truth Troll
    +1
    On the flip side it seems you are justifying the corruption. No one in the government is doing anything to stop the BS. When governments get out of control it is the job of the people to get it back in line no matter what. That's why the declaration of Independence was written. These new rules these bastards came up with let them do their dirt in the dark. We need to end that.
  • boneman1 2012/08/20 12:59:50
    No
    boneman1
    +3
    They may have granted it, but that doesn't mean he'll ever get there to enjoy it. He belongs in prison and odds are that's where he'll end up.
  • Mr.Hoodz the Truth Troll 2012/08/20 12:56:48
    Yes
    Mr.Hoodz the Truth Troll
    +3
    Time to stop supporting the corrupt governments/Bankers making a mess of this world.
  • Sebastian 2012/08/20 07:47:04 (edited)
    Yes
    Sebastian
    +4
    I for one thank Julian Assange for exposing just how rotten our US government has become. They think they can violate human rights (both foreign and domestic) and get away with it. If they can do it to foreigners, what makes you think they won't hesitate to do it to their own citizens? Our government is rotten to the core. It's about time our citizens wake up to this before they have us all in shackles.
  • Joyce B... Sebastian 2012/08/20 22:37:06
    Joyce Brand
    They are already doing it to Americans. It wasn't Julian Assange who revealed that the President puts out a hit list every week that includes Americans.
  • gvc 2012/08/20 05:14:00
    No
    gvc
    +2
    Assange is guilty of spying and espionage, he needs to be sent to the United States for a trial.
    He bit off more than he could chew and now he is running scared. Probably should have considered the consequences of his actions....too late now! He will never make it to Ecuador.
  • Vieuphoria gvc 2012/08/20 09:15:33
    Vieuphoria
    +6
    You'll have to get through the British public first. Thousands outside the embassy heckling police and voicing support for assange. We appreciate the good work he's done, despite what our government want.

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