Saturday, February 6, 2016

BOLLOCKS

The UN, an ever more irrelevant outfit that last year outdid its self with an unbelievable new lowpoint when it appointed Saudi to chair a "human rights committee" has through another equally inane bunch of morons come to a ruling that Julian Assange has been detained in an abrogation of his rights for three years.

Now even with an acceptance  that such wordsmiths might exagerate, that is beyond the pale.
Jules the albino aussie hacker who was at the centre of 'Wikileaks' undertook some R&R in Scandinavia and two females alleged that he might have gone beyond what they thought to be the program.

Threatened with possible extradition in The UK, 'Blonde' Jules decided to seek sanctuary in the Equador Embassy and with a Bobby stationed outside, there he remained.
Detained my arse, he could have come out any time, however  he  just might have come on to the Radar of US Justice folks who possibly had an even stronger intrest in him for publishing among  other stuf the incredible pile of purlioned documents  that saw then Brad, now Chelsea Manning sent  to the US Federal Penitentiary for 35 years.

That people is why Blonde Jules has been hiding in that Embassy for three years althoughthe morons from the UN wish it otherwise in history.

As I said, 'detained' my arse.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

He is being pursued not for alleged and unproven sexual misdemeanors but for Wiki leaks.

Please read this because I'm sure the UN tribunal did and know what is going on behind the scenes.

http://johnpilger.com/articles/assange-the-untold-story-of-an-epic-struggle-for-justice

Just an extract about the police refusal to make the SMS messages public...

"One of the messages makes clear that one of the women did not want any charges brought against Assange, "but the police were keen on getting a hold on him". She was "shocked" when they arrested him because she only "wanted him to take [an HIV] test". She "did not want to accuse JA of anything" and "it was the police who made up the charges". (In a witness statement, she is quoted as saying that she had been "railroaded by police and others around her".)

Neither woman claimed she had been raped. Indeed, both have denied they were raped and one of them has since tweeted, "I have not been raped." That they were manipulated by police and their wishes ignored is evident - whatever their lawyers might say now. Certainly, they are victims of a saga which blights the reputation of Sweden itself."

It is within the power of Sweden to bring this to a close by publicly stating that no extradition proceedings to the US will be undertaken but as that is what it has been about all along it ain't going to happen.

Lord Egbut

Anonymous said...

New stuff coming down the track from the UN.

"Julian Assange has never been charged with any offence. His detention has been unlawful since his very first arrest in the United Kingdom in 2010. There has never been any genuine attempt by the Swedish authorities to investigate the allegations against him. Those are the findings of the United Nations.

The UK and Swedish governments both participated fully, and at great expense to their taxpayers, in this UN process which is a mechanism that both recognise. States including Iran, Burma and Russia have released prisoners following determination by this UN panel, which consists not of politicians or diplomats but of some of the world’s most respected lawyers, who are not representing their national governments.

Countries who have ignored rulings by this UN panel are rare. No democracy has ever done so. Recent examples are Egypt and Uzbekistan. The UK is putting itself in pretty company.

It would be an act of extraordinary dereliction by the UK and Swedish governments to accept the authority of the tribunal, participate fully in the process, and then refuse to accept the outcome."

Rule of law, yes.....Morons??? I don't think so.

Lord Egbut Nobacon

Anonymous said...

Got to the bit about John Pilfer then you lost me.
Hardly an independent voice or indeed rational.

Egbut , detained means forceably held.
Assuage is living "voluntarily" in the embassy , free of charge and is entirely free to leave at any time he chooses.

What happens after that may involve being forceably held , but until then we are all guessing.

Personally , I believe a sniper should be waiting for him to walk out the door.
Preventing states protecting their citizens is treason and deserves severe consequences.

Everyone talks about rights egbut , but with rights come obligations and Assuage has failed those.
He has put his fellow citizens at risk for his own personal gain , and deserves everything coming to him.
Rang over time for breakfast

Anonymous said...

Damn autocorrect read Assange and rant

Anonymous said...

Who are you? Oh you are anonymous. OK, you are allowed an opinion, that is what freedom of speech is all about but if you dress it up as fact then you cross the line.

You obviously have not read the "leaks" pertaining to NZ. Have a look then tell me the guy has not done the world a favour.

Look up detained while you are at it.

Lord Egbut

Anonymous said...

How ironic accusing me of being anonymous.
All your posts start with Anonymous said.

Appending your comments with some infantile name still means your anonymous and you have ticked the anonymous identity button.

You are a great example of the hypocritical left.
One rule for you and another for the great majority who don't think like you.
Yes Anonymous , you are a small minority.
Sorry to ruin your day.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

How long will it be before our residdent erudite but ignorant troll argues that up really is down and vertical really is horizontal?

Psycho Milt said...

Someone who uses a consistent pseudonym isn't anonymous - they're an identified individual who can be responded to as an individual. You, on the other hand, are not an individual and can be responded to only in the general sense of addressing a crowd.

Noel said...

John Pilger put up the bail money for the blond Aussie thief claiming he wouldn't abscond. A Judge later ruling it was forfeited when Assange took refuge in the embassy.

Too close for an impartial source?

Anonymous said...

Meaningless jabber from Adolph...again. Try debating he question, you can be so negative at times.,

And your point is, Noel????


Lord Egbut

Noel said...

Ahhhhh he broke the conditions of his bail.