Britain’s Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden over alleged sex crimes, but gave him two weeks to seek to reopen the case.
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"every Wiki document, are lies."
I understand a stupid person may read that... but an intelligent person would read;
"so now that wikileaks has produced some documents, people believe they have THE WHOLE story?"
really, explain how that implies anything about "lies"
wikileaks will publish whatever gets it the most media coverage... and like typical media that means bad news, not good, and certainly not the whole story.
and as wikileaks is so very thankful for, there are naive and un-educated persons (such as theliar) who think they are getting the whole story.
poor liar, not only creating its own lies, but twisting and infecting others words for them too... poor poor liar
beakie, 2010-12-03 13:17:53
beakie still says the Americans are not occupying Afghanistan.
Mrs-Brigand, 2010-12-03 09:33:57
Gary Markle, 2010-12-02 18:04:34
all using alias' so that no one can know/see/read their true names. hiding behind "closed doors" or alias' is no different.
so now that wikileaks has produced some documents, people believe they have THE WHOLE story?
yes, because wikileaks isn't looking to make a profit at all, they just want to get "the truth" out for all to see... certainly not just what gets them the most clicks.
entitlement... everyone thinks they deserve it.
get over yourselves.
beakie, 2010-12-02 11:00:33
When did exposing the truth become such a terrible thing? The politicians are upset because they want the things they do behind the scenes to stay behind the scenes. Truth is always preferable to lies and secrecy.
Steven, 2010-12-01 19:39:44