Julian Assange – What a Wimp!

Julian Assange, the man behind WikiLeaks, has been holed up since June in a small office in an apartment which is the Ecuadorean Embassy in London.  He sought asylum from the Ecuadorean government when England expressed its willingness to extradite this weasel to Sweden to answer questions about an alleged rape and sexual molestation.

Of course, once he’s finished in Sweden, no doubt he will be extradited to the United States to answer questions and possibly face charges regarding WikiLeak’s publication of classified documents.

Instead of facing these charges, like a man, this sniveling little wussy has chosen to hide out in an apartment and is now cry babying to President Obama (another cry baby) “to do the right thing.”

Kudos to the English authorities who’ve said “we will not allow Mr. Assange safe passage out of the United Kingdom.”  So, unless this loser can figure out how to get to Heathrow without touching English soil, he’s stuck sleeping on an air mattress at the Ecuadorean Embassy.

I’m wondering how the personnel at the Embassy are dealing with this squatter in their apartment considering accounts that the man never flushes the toilet.

Mr. Assange reminds me of all the anonymous people who hide behind clever little monikers and write their idiotic, vicious comments about anything and everyone they disagree with.  Instead of using their real names so we all know who they are, they write their ugly one liners and feel ever so good about themselves expressing their freedom of speech.

Mr. Assange, does his thing, but now hides behind the Ecuadorean government for protection like a scared little sissy.  For me, Mr. Assange is the lowest form of scum.  I hope his demands that “the United States must renounce its witch hunt against Wikileaks;  the United States must dissolve its FBI investigation;  the United States must vow that it will not seek our supports” fall on deaf ears.  But we have our own group of wimps in Washington who may answer his pleas.

There’s a great line in this weekend’s “The Expendables 2” movie by Sylvester Stallone’s character when asked what the plan was to retrieve the box containing valuable information from the villain:  “Track him, find him, kill him.”  If I were a violent woman, I’d have The Expendables take care of Mr. Assange.  But I’m not.

I don’t get it, but if you do, God bless you.

Author Bio:

For over twenty years, Leona has tried to heed her husband’s advice, “you don’t have to say everything you think.” She’s failed miserably. Licensed to practice law in California and Washington, she works exclusively in the area of child abuse and neglect. She considers herself a news junkie and writes about people and events on her website, “I Don’t Get It,” which she describes as the “musings of an almost 60-year old conservative woman on political, social and cultural life in America.” It’s not her intention to offend anyone who “gets it.” She just doesn’t. Originally from Brooklyn, and later Los Angeles, she now lives with her husband, Michael, on a beautiful island in the Pacific Northwest, which she describes as a bastion of liberalism.
Author website: http://www.idontgetit.us
  • Wil

    England wants to extradite Julian Assange, yet they refused to extradite

    Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in 2000.  Pinochet was a monster who

    tortured and killed hundreds of men, women and children. 

    One is a
    leftist and one a rightie. 

    Why the difference?  

  • Ron F.

    As far as I know, Mr. Assange has not been charged with a crime anywhere.  The arrest warrant for Mr. Assange is for questioning with the hope that it will lead to a criminal prosecution.   The former chief district prosecutor for Stockholm,  Sven-Erik Alhem, testified that the Swedish government has no legitimate reason to extradite Mr. Assange and that the attempt to do so was “unreasonable and unprofessional, as well as unfair and disproportionate” because Mr. Assange could easily be questioned in the United Kingdom.  I understand that Mr. Assange has offered to be questioned in the United States.  In addition, I do not believe that he has been charged with a crime in the United States.  I still think he is a jerk but thank God we live in a country where you cannot be foreced to testify against yourself.  I am not a criminal attorney but I doubt an arrest warrant could be isssued to have a suspect answer questions so the prosecutors could hopefully charge  him with a crime.

  • Ron F.

    I agree that Mr. Assange is a jerk.  On the other hand, since we always knew who was responsible for WikiLeaks so I do not see the similarity with people who post things annonymously.  In addition, he is not the first person to seek asylum.  I have always had a problem with the United States laws having extra territorial effect.  I disagreed when Noriega was arrested for breaking United States laws outside of the country.  The problem with our laws having extra territorial effect than other countries laws could have effect in the United States.  I do not want United States citizens being subject to the laws of any other country while in the United States.

  • Chief98110

    Julian Assange is a jerk. He so wanted to expose the United States
    supposed clandestine activities but when the Swedish government asks him
    about his strange proclivities…”forget about it”. Like so many
    liberals it’s,”not in my back yard”.
    I live in a beautiful but very
    liberal community where the tree huggers don’t want any tree cut down
    unless it happens to block their view of the water. So, enters Mr.
    Assange crying that he is being persecuted because of his actions. Well
    you started this, now you don’t like the game and you want to take your
    ball and go home…to Ecuador!

  • Carlo

    Wow. Public call for murder.

    • sjangers

      Not particularly, Carlo. Although a public call for murder, in the case of Assange, would probably be kinder than a public call to ignore this narcissistic little weasel for the rest of his life.

  • Roger Ward

    There are two issues here: sexual charges (Sweden) and the release of classified documents (the U.S.).  The legal processes should be allowed to unfold independently, first in Sweden and then here.  The fact that they are not affirms Leona’s assessment of the situation; Assange is just a weasel who has backed himself into an Ecuadorean corner (temporarily.)