Get ready for a photo of Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno lounging in bed with a giant platter of lobster.
Julian Assange is facing US extradition after his arrest at the Ecuadorian embassy in London after an almost seven-year diplomatic stalemate.
The Australian prime minister is being criticised for making “smutty” remarks about Pamela Anderson, after she asked for his help with Julian Assange.
A judge has rejected Julian Assange’s request to loosen new living requirements, including paying for his internet and cleaning up after his cat.
Julian Assange is no stranger to the media spotlight, but it’s not often he allows an all-access pass into his daily life. This one quickly heats up.
Pamela Anderson has a habit of popping past the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, which has led many to speculate about her relationship with Julian Assange.
Who ever would have thought that Pamela Anderson would be accused of murdering Julian Assange with a vegan sandwich? Welcome to 2016.
The Democratic National Convention was thrown into turmoil by another email leak, and of course that timing wasn’t by chance.
Assange has been hanging out in the embassy for around three years – and now he could get his break. But charges against him are high and troublesome.
Communication is making such fast advances these days, one can barely keep up. Imagine the day your genius smartphone can hologram you to your friends across the world.
Julian Assange wants to be free. Of course, it’s not as easy as that. What’s going on at the Ecuadorian embassy in London?
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has announced that he will leave on the Ecuadorian Embassy.
If this headline doesn’t excite you, there is no hope for any of us. Allow Julian Assange to provide wisdom and insights into his extraordinary journey, so far.
How often do you hear someone say something outlandish and justify it with the right to freedom of expression? The new Secrecy Bill in South Africa does make this somewhat challenging for media houses and journalists who have views that don’t 100% support the ruling party. For all of you who agree with the likes […]
Being holed up in an Ecuadorian Embassy leaves a lot of time for creative expression, apparently. Please enjoy one Julian Assange donning a platinum wig, and rapping about Australian politics. The video marks one of the first major highlights in his campaign to run for political office in Australia
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2oceansvibe is intrigued at Wikileaks’ Julian Assange and his unique circumstances. Imagine being stuck in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. You’re free to live in Ecuador, but you have to get from the embassy to the airport first – and the British police will arrest you if you do. Bizarre.
While Julian Assange, the white-haired founder of whistleblower website WikiLeaks, is busy getting comfortable for what looks like an extended stay at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, hacker activist group Anonymous has been getting busy. Uniting under the banner of “Operation Free Assange”, the group soon rallied their support against the British Government.
Because apparently having your own talk show for starting a thing on the internet isn’t enough, recent polling of Australia’s Labor Party suggests that the Wikileaks founder is reasonably likely to get elected to the Australian senate, should he choose to go ahead with plans to run.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s controversial new talk show is set to drop today at 13h30 South African time on a Russian digital news channel. Nothing this man does is not bent on overthrowing the way we look at our society and the world around us, so the first episode of The World Tomorrow should be a hefty serving of global illuminati conspiracy cray-cray realness. Check out Episode One, after the jump!
Julian Assange has found a way to run for the Upper House of the Australian Senate, in spite of, you know, being detained under house arrest in Britain. Which makes sense, I guess. Along with Assange’s candidacy, WikiLeaks announced on Twitter that they’ll be running a nominee against the current Prime Minister, Julia Gillard.
WikiLeaks is doing stuff that doesn’t involve Julian Assange’s career as a television personality – in this case leaking a cache of over 5 million internal emails from Stratfor, a “global intelligence” company. They reveal secret intelligence services provided to Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, among others.
The Simpsons are known for having the greatest variety in the people that guest star in their episodes. They can range from celebrities, political figures, even scientists such as Prof Stephen Hawking. As they approach their 500th episode, their special guest will be Julian Assange – founder of Wikileaks, and the first guest to appear on the show while still under house arrest.
Wikileaks is parceling out another bunch of diplomatic cables today, in case we’d forgotten about Julian Assange amidst all the other hubbub. Expect people to largely ignore the allegations of internal corruption and the details of John McCain’s conversations with that Gadaffi chap, and focus on the whole rape trial thing.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, is attempting to trademark his name for use in “public speaking services” and “entertainment services.” Personally I’d exercise a little more energy on the whole ‘I’m being extradited to Sweden for charges of rape and sexual assault,’ thing, but maybe this is more important.
Ja, so apparently Julian Assange travelled in drag to hide from people after him. The 1.8m super spy liked to dress up as an old woman to effortlessly glide through the world’s airports with that funny walk of his. Sometimes he’d stay in disguise for much longer than was needed. The way you hide from government “spooks” says a lot about your personality.
If you’re big into conspiracy theories about how the United Stated government spends its time covering up the dastardly deeds that it commits, perhaps it’s time for a rethink. It appears that the US government can’t even keep secret their plan to stop their secrets from getting leaked.