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Biden said Ukraine air defence missile responsible for Poland blast - NATO source

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Julian Assange faces a 175 year sentence if extradited from a British prison to the U.S. for revealing war crimes such as U.S. military gunning down civilians in Iraq, which include children and two Reuters journalists (Saeed and Namir). [Collateral Murder]

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  1. I found them in Tokyu Hands a few years ago but I don't know if they're still selling them at the moment.

  2. yes it's still available, just bought one at Tokyu Hands Ginza (5F) for 1540 yen

  3. I would be very interested to read about this. Do you have any particular articles / videos in mind?

  4. After the Iraq war I don’t know how anyone can take journalism seriously here.

  5. Actually, now that you all mention it, I think this is the exact plot to a porn I’ve seen, entitled “What’re you doing, Step-Prof?”

  6. Yeah But can we not forget that Assange also specifically helped Trump derail our democratic process? He released literal hacked information to purposely damage a candidate that he thought might have a negative view of him. So while people want to post about Assange being a hero, he’s also a self serving turd that very much brought us 4 years of serious harm and a Supreme Court that we’ll live with for decades.

  7. Apparently exposing how corrupted the politicians are = derailing democratic process. Isn't it the other way around? You all never fail to surprise me👍

  8. You’re entirely missing the point: there wasn’t actually any corruption except that the DNC had decided that Clinton was their candidate and in the end that was a choice they were allowed to make.

  9. So? If the information is true and make the voters more informed, then the intention of releasing the information doesn't matter. It's naive to think that most humans don't act out of self-interest

  10. Extreme as in which part of my words? So you enjoy seeing blood shed just because you assume they "Maybe Carrying weapons? " that's nothing but a criminal making excuses for killings of civilians.

  11. He also disclosed the names of citizens who assisted US forces in the Middle East, putting their lives and the lives of their families in danger. For that reason alone, he deserves the single round solution.

  12. This is incredibly misleading. Wikileaks originally released the cables slowly with identifying information redacted in order to protect people. They were doing this in conjunction with many newspapers across the world. It was a Guardian journalist who published the password of the encrypted cables in his book. Not Wikileaks. When Wikileaks finally decided to officially release everything it was simply because the cables were all freely available on the internet to begin with.

  13. He should have gotten 10. What level of entitled stupid do you have to be to travel abroad and go on a vandalism spree?

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