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Assange portrayed as 'emperor' in WikiLeaks insider book

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So what? A book by a rival. Ok. Does this somehow matter? Sounds to me like both guys are trying to get the dirty government laundy aired. Good enough. The book may fund the new web site.

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Too early for this - WikiLeaks has not 'Told all' itself yet. It has only released a fraction of the material it received.

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WikiLeaks is about to be outleaked

No it isn't. The book is not leaking any information because nothing was withheld in the first place. Writing a book and leaking withheld information have nothing to do with each other.

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What comes around, goes around, or you get what you deserve.

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How does wikileaks make money?

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Thebigricebowl. Nonsense! The writer will make money, fund his site and release more information that the people need to know. Win, win I would say. But nice try anyway.

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What is there to tell that isn't already known.

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any publicity about gov't duplicity may end our blind narcissisity underwriting crime and democracisity

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OpenLeaks sounds like a totally castrated WikiLeaks. It sounds like it will be just another courtier to the Empire who disseminate the official propaganda.

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"What is there to tell that isn't already known."

I second that.

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It doesn't matter... The contents of the book will be leaked before release and well all be able to read it for free :)

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Assange did not allow any kind of criticism regarding his person or the organization’s work.

How ironic that his organization is all about opening up other persons or groups to criticism. Assange is going to get punked by a leak himself!

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"What is there to tell that isn't already known."

That is the most naive statement I have read in a long, long time.

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He seems a truly jealous man, maybe Assange was more successful in hacking and getting women... Jealosy makes men very vindictive and malicious. I dont know if Domscheit-Berg’s book can be trusted as fair taking in consideration that this seems like a revenge against a previous friend.

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"Jealosy makes men very vindictive and malicious."

what? like if this book was written by a women that wouldn't apply??? raises eyes.

Wonder how well this book will do in the USA?

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Thank you taj. As for me, I second Junnama's comment. @tokyokawasaki yeah I get that a lot hahaha

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