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WikiLeaks' Assange loses extradition appeal in UK

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This Assange dude sounds like a real wierdo, maybe he means well but my guess is that their has to be better ways to go about it.

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Elbuda, everyone sounds like a weirdo when their sex lives are laid bare.

Or are you talking about something else? He means well? Better ways? How do you suggest government lies and corruption be combated? Posting at JT?

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This is just the first step. He will end up in guantanamo bay where the americans like to send anyone that doesn't agree with their imperialistic form of democracy. And if he sounds like a ''real wierdo'' Elbuda I suggest maybe you should try thinking for yoarself for once and not believe everything you read in the state controlled press. I include japantoday in that catagory. I bet you also believed Iraq had weopons of mass destruction didn't you?

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Manta60 I went ahead and turned your rant into a handy template that others might be interested in using in the future:

This is just the first step. He will end up in guantanamo bay where the americans like to send anyone that doesn't agree with their imperialistic form of democracy. And if (INSERT OTHER PERSON'S COMMENT HERE) I suggest maybe you should try thinking for yoarself for once and not believe everything you read in the state controlled press. I include japantoday in that catagory. I bet you also believed Iraq had weopons of mass destruction didn't you?

Just copy and paste as needed.

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With any luck at all he will end up in jail and learn what it's like to be sodomized and going to sleep crying...

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