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    Quote Originally Posted by Ausage View Post
    I don't think this is as true post Trump though. I don't think it applies to the "intelligence communities" either.
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    Assange always struck me as having a genuine personality disorder of some sort. He comes across as almost cartoonishly paranoid in Laura Poitras Risk (even for a guy that trades in government secrets) and his alleged comments that informants for the US in the War on Terror deserved to die for their collaboration are pretty heinous.

    None of which means he deserves to rot in a US prison cell for 150 years, of course.
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    He believed in a bit of a Utopian fantasy world where by giving everyone no secrecy, corruption would be removed from society. Especially if every 'bad actor' was aware of the fact that what they communicated could be traced, then the planning of corrupt activity would be impossible.

    e.g. the democrats in the last election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbacks View Post
    He believed in a bit of a Utopian fantasy world where by giving everyone no secrecy, corruption would be removed from society. Especially if every 'bad actor' was aware of the fact that what they communicated could be traced, then the planning of corrupt activity would be impossible.

    e.g. the democrats in the last election.
    Everyone except totalitarian autocrats, that is. They can keep their secrets but Steve Jobs can't keep his medical records private, apparently.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Furball View Post
    Not in court, but hiding in an embassy for 7 years to avoid trial isn't what I would expect an innocent man to do.
    There’s no other reason he’d need to hide away of course

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