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Assange: ”Ruotsi mustamaalaa – häiritsevä merkki”

17.12.2010 07:30
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    Julian Assange arkistokuvassa.

Wikileaksin perustaja Julian Assange pitää Ruotsin vaatimusta hänen luovuttamisestaan Britanniasta Ruotsiin osana kansainvälistä kampanjaa, jolla pyritään mustamaalaamaan paljastussivustoa ja sen perustajaa. Asiasta kertoo BBC.

Assange vapautettiin eilen takuita vastaan. Hän asuu Britannian Suffolkissa sijaitsevassa asunnossa ja odottaa tammikuun jatko-oikeudenkäyntejä.

39-vuotias Assange, joka kiistää ruotsalaisepäilyt seksuaalirikoksista, puhui tilanteestaan BBC Newsnight -ohjelmalle. Hän on aiemminkin puhunut laajasta mustamaalauskampanjasta.

 –Minusta tuntuu, että on valtava määrä erilaisia voimia – henkilökohtaisia, kansallisia ja kansainvälisiä – jotka pyrkivät ajamaan asiaa eteenpäin, sanoi Assange.

Australialainen on prosessin myötä oppinut uusia asioita Euroopasta.

–Mutta tämä paljastaa tärkeitä asioita, häiritseviäkin asioita Euroopasta. --- Esimerkiksi sen, että kuka tahansa henkilö missä tahansa Euroopan maassa voidaan luovuttaa mihin tahansa muuhun Euroopan maahan ilman minkäänlaisia todisteita.

Wikileaksiin liittyen Assange lupasi toiminnan saavan uutta puhtia nyt, kun pomo palaa takaisin kuvioihin.

Assangen asianajaja Mark Stephens kommentoi torstaina BBC:n mukaan, että Assangen aikaisemmasta vapautuspäätöksestä tehty valitus oli osa ”yhä jatkuvaa ruotsalaisten kostoa”.

Näin siitäkin huolimatta, että valitus paljastui tänään brittien, ei ruotsalaisten tekemäksi.

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"...kuka tahansa henkilö missä tahansa Euroopan maassa voidaan luovuttaa mihin tahansa muuhun Euroopan maahan ilman minkäänlaisia todisteita."

Tämä on ollut kyllä maailmankaikkeuden suurin ja kallein oikeus- ja poliisioperaatio suhteessa siihen, mistä miestä epäillään. Kaikki tämä parin naisen erittäin epämääräisen kertomuksen perusteella.

Kun vielä ottaa huomioon sen, että USA ja CIA voivat nähtävästi vangita EU:n alueella lähes kenet hyvänsä ja viedä tämän epämääräiseksi ajaksi vankilaan kidutettavaksi, niin kuinka helvetissä tähän on tultu? Käsittämätöntä.


"Esimerkiksi sen, että kuka tahansa henkilö missä tahansa Euroopan maassa voidaan luovuttaa mihin tahansa muuhun Euroopan maahan ilman minkäänlaisia todisteita."

Se on outoa jos Julian Assange ne ei saa tietää sitä näyttöä luovutusoikeudenkäynnissä, johon hänen luovutuspyyntö perustuu. Se onko asia näin on silti vielä epäselvää...


Niitä on epäilemättä erilaisia juu... Hra Assange voisi joskus valottaa niitä henkilökohtaisia, kansallisia ja kansainvälisiä voimia jotka hänen toimintaansa ajavat.

Ai niin, mutta hänhän onkin hakkeri! Eli automaattisesti suorastaan pyhimys.

Judgement Day

Katso millaisia aikapommeja taivaalla lentää. Selittämättömiä onnettomuuksia jo 3 kpl vain 8-v. vanhoille lentokoneille.

50 min selkäpiitä karmiva dokkari jenkkien korruptiosta.

"It is getting to the point where there is going to be a catastrophic failure of a 737NG. We do not know when that hour is going to hit but we know it is going to happen," Dreikorn says.

"I am very seriously concerned about a catastrophic cabin failure at altitude. And I think it would be a 737NG that will lose its ability to stay together and unfortunately will be a smoking hole in the ground."


Jotenkin tuttua kohtelua saa Assange osakseen. Tässä voisi hätäisesti päätellä että loppujen lopuksi niillä kahdella ruotsalaisnaisella on selkeästi oletettua pienempi osuus syytteiden tekemiseen vaan joku suhteellisen vaikutusvaltainen taho on niidenkin takana nojautuen huomattavan epäilyttävästi alkuperäisiin tapahtumiin, ehkä jopa ko. naisiakin on painostettu., täh?


Will a backlash against the WikiLeaks phenomenon have significant implications for the future of the Internet?

Al Jazeera | John Naughton
Last Modified: 07 Dec 2010 16:06 GMT

The current row over the latest WikiLeaks trove of classified US diplomatic cables has four sobering implications.

The first is that it represents the first really sustained confrontation between the established order and the culture of the Net.

As the backlash unfolds - first with distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on ISPs hosting WikiLeaks, later with companies like Amazon and eBay/PayPal suddenly withdrawing services to WikiLeaks and then with the US government attempting to intimidate Columbia students from posting updates about WikiLeaks on Facebook - the intolerance of the old order is emerging from the rosy mist in which it has hitherto been obscured.

The response is vicious, co-ordinated and potentially comprehensive, and it contains hard lessons for everyone who cares about democracy and about the future of the Net.

There is a delicious irony in the fact that it is now the so-called 'liberal' democracies that are desperate to shut WikiLeaks down. Consider, for example, how the views of the US administration have changed in just a year. On January 21 last year, Hilary Clinton, US secretary of state, made a landmark speech about Internet freedom in Washington DC which many observers interpreted as a rebuke to China for its alleged cyberattack on Google.

"Information has never been so free", declared Mrs Clinton. "Even in authoritarian countries, information networks are helping people discover new facts and making governments more accountable."

She went on to relate how, during his visit to China in November 2009, Barack Obama had "defended the right of people to freely access information, and said that the more freely information flows, the stronger societies become. He spoke about how access to information helps citizens to hold their governments accountable, generates new ideas, and encourages creativity. The United States' belief in that truth is what brings me here today."

Secondly, the one thing that might explain the official hysteria about the revelations is the way they comprehensively expose the way political elites in Western democracies have been lying to their electorates. The leaks make it abundantly clear not just that the US-Anglo-European adventure in Afghanistan is doomed (because even the dogs in the street know that), but more importantly that the US and UK governments privately admit that too.

The problem is that they cannot face their electorates - who also happen to be the taxpayers who are funding this folly - and tell them this. The leaked dispatches from the US Ambassador to Afghanistan provide vivid confirmation that the Karzai regime is as corrupt and incompetent as the South Vietnamese regime in Saigon was when the US was propping it up in the 1970s. And they also make it clear that the US is as much a captive of that regime as it was in Vietnam.

The WikiLeaks revelations expose the extent to which the US and its allies see no real prospect of turning Afghanistan into a viable state, let alone a functioning democracy. They show that there is no light at the end of this tunnel. But the political establishments in Washington, London and Brussels cannot bring themselves to admit this. Afghanistan is, in that sense, the same kind of quagmire as Vietnam was. The only differences are that the war is now being fought by non-conscripted troops and we are not carpet-bombing civilians, but otherwise little has changed.

Thirdly, the attack of WikiLeaks ought to be a wake-up call for anyone who has rosy fantasies about whose side cloud computing providers are on. The 'Terms and Conditions' under which they provide both 'free' and paid-for services will always give them grounds for dropping your content if they deem it in their interests to do so. Put not your faith in cloud computing: it will one day rain on your parade.

Finally, what WikiLeaks is exposing is the way the Western democratic system has been hollowed out. In the last decade its political elites have been shown to be incompetent (the US and UK in not regulating their financial sectors); corrupt (Ireland, Italy; all other governments in relation to the arms trade) or recklessly militaristic (US and UK in Iraq) and yet nowhere have they been called to account in any effective way.

Instead they have obfuscated, lied or blustered their way through. And when, finally, the veil of secrecy is lifted in a really effective way, their reflex reaction is to kill the messenger.

As the Guardian's columnist Simon Jenkins put it: "Disclosure is messy and tests moral and legal boundaries. It is often irresponsible and usually embarrassing. But it is all that is left when regulation does nothing, politicians are cowed, lawyers fall silent and audit is polluted. Accountability can only default to disclosure. As Jefferson remarked, the press is the last best hope when democratic oversight fails, as it does in the case of most international bodies."

John Naughton is the Internet columnist of the London Observer newspaper. He is Professor of Public Understanding of Technology at the Open University, as well as being the Director of the Wolfson College, Cambridge Press Fellowship Programme.

The views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera's editorial policy.


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