[NetBehaviour] WikiLeaks Publishes Its List of Files for Download
sondheim at panix.com
Thu Apr 18 16:02:42 CEST 2019
I want to write something here, I even dreamed it, but I'm about to give a
talk on disasters in Pennsylvania.
That said, I only want to add that I find Assange bad, worse than Trump; I
feel strongly that if it weren't for him, T. wouldn't have been elected.
All information does not "want" to be free; I have things in my past I
don't want revealed; people who are vulnerable to bullying want to keep
that to themselves; I believe hospital records should be kept private and
so forth. I woke up thinking - but this won't happen; the through is we
are all neoliberals, neoliberal nodes, and we don't want to confront that.
We are all blockchain; we are all Purdue; and so forth. But Assange
deliberately timed the release of the HRC's emails so she wouldn't have
time to respond - a T. tactic as well - and her campaign, admittedly
flawed, collapsed; I remember her talking about that at the time. Comey
put the nail in the coffee, again finding nothing, but holding up her
campaign. And now we're seeing the results - Cold War brutality, rise in
racism everywhere (yes, I'm personally scared being a Jewboy), refugees
dying and treated like animals (which shouldn't be treated that way), etc.
So for me, fuck Assange, I don't care where he's tried (as long as it's
not the USA, one war criminal trying another), as long as he's tried. I'm
ashamed of all of this, best, Alan
On Thu, 18 Apr 2019, Michael Szpakowski wrote:
> Of course Assange is being punished for revealing the sheer nastiness of our
> rulers ( the excuses from Len?n Moreno for expelling him are simply
> risible)... but we can?t ignore the accusations against him. I refused to sign
> a petition the other day that simply said no extradition . I will sign one
> that says no extradition to the US or no onward extradition from Sweden but
> which also calls for him to answer any rape/ sexual violence charges because
> that currently seems to me the only possible basis currently on which we
> both oppose imperialism and neo liberalism *and* at the same time pay proper
> attention to solidarity with the victims of sexual violence.The two parts go
> together - simply calling for him to answer the Swedish charges, on its own,
> will not do either because that ignores the context of the objective anti
> imperialist outcome of the leaks and the desire for revenge of our rulers (
> articulated by May when she made the announcement in Parliament..)
> Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone
> On Thursday, April 18, 2019, 12:41 pm, AG Forever <agf at poemproducer.com>
> ye i know
> do u sign the petition against extradition?
> just listened to domscheidt interview, assanges first partner.
> i am still so angry ?
> AGF: sound & curation
> twitter @poemproducer
> works : antyegreie.com
> > On 18 Apr 2019, at 12:29, marc.garrett via NetBehaviour
> <netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> > Hi Antye,
> > Completely agree - I think it's fair to say that the activist
> community is split on this.
> > I personally think he should be sent to be trialed in regard
> to accusations of rape first. The investigation was dropped by
> the Swedish police in May 2017.
> > And, yes - unforgivable if he had anything to do in helping
> Trump get elected and Brexit. It does not bode well that Farage
> met him at the Ecuadorian embassy.
> > I'm more concerned for Chelsea Manning -- Assange said that
> Barack Obama only granted Clemency to Chelsea Manning, in order
> to make life hard for Assange. http://bit.do/ePTYj
> > Wishing you well.
> > marc
> > ??????? Original Message ???????
> >> On Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:16, AGF poemproducer
> <agf at poemproducer.com> wrote:
> >> yes dear Marc, but also apparently some unnecessary leaks
> like names of gay individuals in saudi arabia and steve jobs
> with HIV, etc I am still struggling with wl contribution to
> brexit and US election
> >> we?ll see
> >>> On 16 Apr 2019, at 17:38, marc.garrett
> marc.garrett at protonmail.com wrote:
> >>> Hi Antye,
> >>> Yes - for it to be dominated by one individual was of course
> a terrible idea.
> >>> Looking at the files that remind us how corrupt our
> governments and the industries are, is not pleasant reading :-(
> >>> wishing you well.
> >>> marc
> >>>> maybe wikileaks now becomes again what it used to be
> >>>>> On 16 Apr 2019, at 13:43, marc.garrett via NetBehaviour
> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org wrote:
> >>>>> WikiLeaks Publishes Its List of Files for Download
> >>>>> https://file.wikileaks.org/file/
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