December 08, 2010

Preview Of Assange's Police Interview

In order to protect the innocent guilty, some all facts have been altered completely fabricated.

Assange and the cops are played by actors.

Any similarity between this video and real life is probably entirely intentional, allegedly.

Yet another stitch-up is happening but we are all too busy watching a fictional tram crash.

There is a very real slow motion car crash happening right in front of your eyes.



The Lizard King said...

Lol classic,cheers!

Its no surprise that Mr Assangne`s being set up good n proper,whats so galling is how brazen they are about it and how our Judiciary falls slavishly into line...sickening!

Seems Jemima`s got the hots for him...every cloud has a silver lining eh Julian....

Katabasis said...

It's war. No holding back now.

Steven UK said...


Please don't be fooled by the Wikileaks honeypot.

Wikileaks does nothing more than fit into the policy objectives of the US.

And it fits into this paper...

"Sunstein advocates that the Government's stealth infiltration should be accomplished by sending covert agents into "chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups." He also proposes that the Government make secret payments to so-called "independent" credible voices to bolster the Government's messaging (on the ground that those who don't believe government sources will be more inclined to listen to those who appear independent while secretly acting on behalf of the Government)."

Captain Ranty said...


I read somewhere that he was financed by George Soros. Not sure how much truth there is in that.

Mind you, his arrest isn't supposed to be connected with his Wikileaks stuff, is it?

Checking out the links now. Thanks.


Steven UK said...

Hi CR,

The Tarpley interview eleberates about the Soros funding and, from my memory that you'll be able to look into further. Sorry about Alex Jones :)

This is a good interview too.



PS. I'm so glad you didn't give up blogging. I've not done the affidavits and things... but I'll know when to confidently say "NO," Your blog gives me that confidence. I hope/know it will have the same effect on others when the time is right.

Captain Ranty said...

Thanks again Steven.

I often think my commenters here teach me more than I could ever hope to teach them!

I read the Salon piece, and the Market Oracle piece and was heading to Tarpley next.

Most of the world has young Julian down as a modern day Che the Guava.

Bit disappointing to learn he is a plant.

FWIW, I don't think I was going to give up blogging entirely. I was just going to ease up on my expectations! I always feel chuffed when one of you reports that you have refused where normally you would have complied. The first time is a bit nerve-wracking but it is also funny when their faces fall.

I love wandering off the plantation and I naturally assumed all my readers would too.

And perhaps they will, in time. I hope so, anyway.

Be well,


Steven UK said...

I think, "Most of the world has young Julian down as a modern day Che the Guava," is the very definition of "Honeypot" in the murky Admiralty world that we are unfortunately adrift in.

The Captain doesn't give up his secrets so easily. He gives the information he wants others to hear via the squawking parrot on his shoulder; which to me is the perfect metaphor of today's mainstream media and some of the alternative sources.

I look forward to the first time that I confront one of the Captain's minions. I am certain it’s in the post and I'm willing to take the consequences.

All the best,


banned said...

Ta for that pic Katabasis.

Whatever the rights or wrongs of Wikigate and/or the flimsy Swedish sex charges the fact that Assange has been denied bail on the grounds that he might abscond is ridiculous given that he was never in hiding and gave himself up to police voluntarilly.