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Category Archives: assange extradition
Originally posted on the Objectiviser blog 17th July 2012. The case of Mr Assange gets increasingly curious. On 15th July the @Wikileaks twitter feed posted this tweet: Despite not even being charged, Assange is the most rape-smeared man in modern … Continue reading
Wikileaks have consistently claimed that Julian Assange is under house arrest. Everyone else has claimed he was out on bail with a curfew and an electronic tag. Using Assange’s own method (see here and here) of measuring these things, we … Continue reading
This old article has now been re-sighted in the wild, and we expect it to circulate again – despite the comments from Goran Rudlin on the article itself, debunking it thoroughly. This is the article which inspired the old “AmIObjective” … Continue reading
Originally posted on the Objectiviser blog 29th August 2012. Republished here. This post is by no means objective, because moral positions are (by definition) subjective and I also describe my own feelings. However, since I comment a lot and try … Continue reading
Originally posted on the Objectiviser blog and reposted here. A while ago I made a post which was part in jest but with a serious point about the quality of information on the Twitter #assange tag. Since then, I have … Continue reading