Karma’s a bitch.
Julian Assange, the man behind WikiLeaks, today launched a wide ranging series of attacks on both his enemies and allies as he defended his public and private conduct.
In his first UK newspaper interview since releasing hundreds of secret diplomatic cables last month, Mr Assange told The Times he predicts the US will face reprisals if it attempts to extradite him on conspiracy charges.
He accused his media partners at The Guardian newspaper, which worked with him to make the embarrassing leaks public, of unfairly tarnishing him by revealing damaging details of the sex assault allegations he faces in Sweden.
He insisted that the women behind the claims were motivated by revenge.
……Speaking from the English mansion where he is confined on bail, the 39-year-old Australian said that the decision to publish incriminating police files about him was “disgusting”. The Guardian had previously used him as its source for hundreds of leaked US embassy cables.
What’s disgusting, is the despicable treason committed by Assange and his pal Bradley Manning.
Gee, Assange, how does it feel to have secrets published about your perverted sex life?
Mr Assange is understood to be particularly angry with a senior reporter at the paper and former friend for “selectively publishing” incriminating sections of the police report, although The Guardian made clear that the WikiLeaks founder was given several days to respond.
The “selective” incriminating sections include sexual molestation and physically preventing a woman from making him use a condom while he forced himself on her. I.E. rape.
……US officials are reportedly searching for ways to extradite him on espionage charges. Vice President Joe Biden recently called the WikiLeaks founder a “high-tech terrorist”.
Mr Assange said that he believed that the US situation would “turn around absolutely” as a groundswell of favourable opinion grew in America.
“The people in power are organised and were able to respond quickly,” he said. “But numerically they are not that strong and our support in the general population is tremendous.”
Mr Assange’s interview follows revelations that police feared he would be assassinated on the front steps of London’s High Court.
He revealed earlier he was told to keep a statement celebrating his freedom brief due a perceived threat on his life.
The police concerns emerged as Mr Assange revealed further details about his prison stay – including that he was housed alongside paedophiles and found support among prison guards.
Assange overestimates the “support in the general population”. The more people know about this prissy little punk, the more people are repulsed.
Assange is a conceited little moonbat with an inferiority complex. He takes the “knowledge is power” concept to a destructive level by feeding the maws of his own ego. He fancies himself to be some kind of crusading hero against the big, bad, evil United States. I don’t give one hair on a dead rat’s ass if he likes us or not. The fact that he put information on his website that places our security and the lives of American troops in danger should be enough to put his ass in front of a court, right along side Manning, for treason.
He’s the kind of crapweasel who would have published the plans for Operation Overlord on D-Day.
What I like, is that the The Guardian, one of Britain’s most prominent leftwing rags, just ate one of its own.