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Assange Underground in Toronto: next stop Australia

There are 230 comments on the Crikey story from Sep 11, 2012, titled Assange Underground in Toronto: next stop Australia. In it, Crikey reports that:

Julian Assange probably can't slip out of the Ecuadorian embassy to enjoy London's attractions, but at least there's movie night.

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“We don't have to take it”

Since: Jun 08

WhereTFamI?

#232 Oct 17, 2012
hmmmmm wrote:
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An education program was initiated in Indonesia in which an attempt was made to stop muslim extremism by teaching prisoners in jail for terrorism offences that all people were human and deserving of empathy.
They were supposed to be rehabilitated in this way but it failed. They had been bred from birth to hate 'the west' and were so deeply brainwashed that they could exhibit no empathy for anyone's pain and suffering but their own. We are not perceived as human.
And don't forget the Australian funding for building schools in Indo with the proviso that 'extreme' islam was not taught there. What a joke that is.

There is no way to stop islamic ideology from penetrating every nook and cranny of the world, except for total denial of entry into Christian countries, total removal of all muslims from those countries, and total elimination of all muslims in their own countries. And that's never gonna happen.
Mark

Tullamarine, Australia

#233 Oct 17, 2012
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LOL I've studied documentaries in great detail and for years. You don't want to know ;)
Careful - watch what you see with an eye to camera angle - examine it and ask why it is where it is. Listen carefully to voice over, ask who, what, why. Look at each frame and edit, same as above. Look at where the money came from to make the documentary and who is holding the camera. Who is responsible for the lens; not just the content.
That's all I'm going to say about that ;)
Exactly. The first thing I do after hearing something controversial or revolutionary is go straight into researching the criticism.

There's a bit of bullshit in everything you hear. But if you get enough of a cross-section you can make your own mind up.
Mark

Tullamarine, Australia

#234 Oct 21, 2012
Mark wrote:
One thing is for sure. This war of terror will be creating more terrorist than it's removing.
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Now imagine if instead of your brother, it was your daughter. And instead of a single clean shot, it was an artillery shell that blew her some of her limbs off and spilled her guts which caused a slow death. This is the reality of war. If it even gets a mention in the news, we'll be told it is unfortunate and regrettable and accidental. But the magnitude of hatred will be exponential in the enemies mind. Each death will create numerous new enemies.
This kind of thing is routine; as Wikileaks is trying to expose.
Similar example: Apache kills 9 children collecting firewood.

Mohammed Bismil, 20 year-old brother of two of the boys, told the Wall Street Journal,I don't care about the apology. The only option I have is to pick up a Kalashnikov, RPG or a suicide vest to fight.
Exactly Right

Redfern, Australia

#235 Oct 21, 2012
Mark wrote:
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Similar example: Apache kills 9 children collecting firewood.
Mohammed Bismil, 20 year-old brother of two of the boys, told the Wall Street Journal,I don't care about the apology. The only option I have is to pick up a Kalashnikov, RPG or a suicide vest to fight.
Bullsh*t. There is always another option.
Mark

Tullamarine, Australia

#236 Oct 21, 2012
Exactly Right wrote:
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Bullsh*t. There is always another option.
What should Mohammed Bismil do?
Exactly Right

Sydney, Australia

#237 Oct 21, 2012
Mark wrote:
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What should Mohammed Bismil do?
Take a leaf out of the Palestinian's and Israeli's women's book.

On the border these women get together and create child care options for each other's families.

I get the anger, don't get me wrong. Watching my muslim students in Sydney jump up and down and fist pump the air to celebrate the bombing of the twin towers about did my head in.

Living here, in Australia, teaching these people - watching them howl in the hallways about KILLING THE INFIDEL when I would NEVER have done the same. Not ever. And they want to kill ME?

Taking MY hospitality, attending MY classes, wanting MY death?

Yeah, it's heated. Sometimes ya need a calm head and comparing pain (like comparing dick size?) isn't always the answer.
HEROES

Cape Town, South Africa

#238 Oct 22, 2012
Assange is a Hero. He seeks the truth, like John Pilger. Very few today can wear that hat. I will definetely give the hat to 2 Americans. Richard Gage the architect and campaign leader of AE911Truth.org and Daniel Sunjata an advocate exposing the world to Loose Change 911.
Those of you with your head in the sand, take a look and google the above and see what's to come and then you can point fingers.
The whole world already know it, you are either very dumb or ignorant. Take your heads out of the sandbox and see what the rest of the world thinks. Save your insults.

Since: Feb 11

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#241 Nov 9, 2012
It will be justice when he becomes someone's little boy in prison.
No matter

La Habana, Cuba

#242 Nov 13, 2012
No matter wrote:
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Oh you Americans... You are the cancer of the world, yet you don't know it. It's like the feeling you get when you're talking to a really dumb person who is so dumb that you just give up. You are just so idiotic that it's beyond what words can express.
FarNorthWeaver wrote:
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Spoken like a true idiot.
The best way to put it...would be the US Government, not the Americans. Many will say that we've voted for the criminals that are in office here. In this ocuntry, the idea that a vote actually counts, is complete BullSh**.
How many people that are Americans do you actually know? Truthfully.
Even though my previous comment speaks for itself, I will gladly reply to yours.

"Spoken like a true idiot..." you say; I wouldn't expect less than a direct offense from an American to a comment addressed to Americans in general, not to you personally.(There you go, another general comment from me, don't take it personally but you're proving my point). Just ask yourself why my comment was marked as Funny, Brilliant and Agreed while yours has been completely ignored.

But apart from that... I'm truly sorry if my comment offended you, there are always exceptions in everything, I've been misjudged too. But honestly... come on, the criminals in the office, as you well call them, are there due to --basically-- the ignorance of the American people. Come on, the entire world knows this, you (Americans) are just too arrogant to see it.

I'll leave you now with a couple of interesting links:

- America, the Ignorant is Killing Democracy:
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/06/25/1102...

- American ignorance:
http://www.teenink.com/opinion/all/article/15...

BTW, I couldn't count the number of Americans I've met. I've been to FL myself, and NY.
No matter

La Habana, Cuba

#243 Nov 13, 2012
No matter wrote:
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Oh you Americans... You are the cancer of the world, yet you don't know it. It's like the feeling you get when you're talking to a really dumb person who is so dumb that you just give up. You are just so idiotic that it's beyond what words can express.
FarNorthWeaver wrote:
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Spoken like a true idiot.
The best way to put it...would be the US Government, not the Americans. Many will say that we've voted for the criminals that are in office here. In this ocuntry, the idea that a vote actually counts, is complete BullSh**.
How many people that are Americans do you actually know? Truthfully.
BTW, I couldn't count the number of Americans I've met. I've been to FL myself, and NY. Where have YOU been?

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