24 08 10 - 09:01Man releases secret documents, people get killed, and he tells us that now the Pentagon is coming for him:
After the report began to circulate worldwide, WikiLeaks issued multiple responses via its Twitter account denying the allegations. An early statement said: "We were warned to expect 'dirty tricks'. Now we have the first one." A later tweet, attributed to Assange himself, said: "The charges are without basis and their issue at this moment is deeply disturbing."
The lurid on-again/off-again allegations are bound to fuel the already rampant paranoia of both WikiLeaks supporters and Assange himself, a nomadic figure who associates say is difficult to locate and contact at the best of times. - Some magazine sold for $1
The instant there's a rape accusation, and all the nodding nobodies out there become TOTALLY CONVINCED it's a Pentagon plot. TOTALLY.
Assange had since told Al-Jazeera that Wikileaks was tipped off to the allegation by Australian intelligence officials.
"We were warned on the 11th by Australian intelligence that we would expect this sort of thing," he said.
"They had some concerns that we would have something like that.
"Now we have no direct evidence at this stage that this is an intelligence operation or has been influenced by an intelligence operation but certainly there's some surrounding context [that] is disturbing."
Assange said the "only question is who was involved" but stopped short of any direct allegation, citing a lack of direct evidence. - UpsideDown Newspaper
Then we find out, lo and behold, the person making the rape accusation is a LIBERAL ACTIVIST who is TOTALLY HOSTILE to the Pentagon:
Swedish news website Newzglobe.com named a woman in the scandal as Anna Ardin. Silicon Valley gossip site Valleywag said she was the political secretary and press officer of the Swedish "Brotherhood Movement", a group of Christians from the Social Democratic Party. - Stuff.co.nz
That's the Christian Social Democrats, who are not like American Christians. They're liberal, pro-Muslim and occasionally anti-Semitic but only because they're standing up for Palestine and other third world immigration to the West. They make Barack Obama look right-wing, and out-Christian him too! These people are hostile to the United States.
Yet somehow, that doesn't make it into the mainstream press -- conspiracy > reality for selling newspapers, blogs and teenage angst -- and so we're left wondering what else is agitprop or disinfo.
One of two women involved told Aftonbladet in an interview published today that she had never intended Assange to be charged with rape. She was quoted as saying: "It is quite wrong that we were afraid of him. He is not violent and I do not feel threatened by him."
In her interview, she dismissed the idea, seized on by many conspiracy theorists that 'dirty tricks' lay behind the rape allegations, because of WikiLeaks' defiance of the US government. She said: "The charges against Assange are of course not orchestrated by the Pentagon." - The Guardian
Then there's this, which seems to be setting the groundwork for blaming The Holocaust on Those Jews:
Saliva samples taken from 39 relatives of the Nazi leader show he may have had biological links to the âsubhumanâ races that he tried to exterminate during the Holocaust.
A chromosome called Haplogroup E1b1b1 which showed up in their samples is rare in Western Europe and is most commonly found in the Berbers of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, as well as among Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews.
Haplogroup E1b1b1, which accounts for approximately 18 to 20 per cent of Ashkenazi and 8.6 per cent to 30 per cent of Sephardic Y-chromosomes, appears to be one of the major founding lineages of the Jewish population. - The Telegraph
First, of course, this is bad science. They didn't test him -- they tested his relatives 65 years later, after marriages of several generations, and tried to guess based on that. Depending on the technique used, they should be able to tell us roughly when this entered the bloodline. But never mind that, and nevermind that historians have looked into this accusation for years and found nothing. It's a convenient weapon. Against Hitler? No, no, no.
This is a weapon against Jews.
Could Hitler's hatred for the Jewish people have been a case of self-loathing? - NYD
At a time when our press and rock stars are fawning over Palestine, it's convenient to blame the world's most recent horrible genocide on... the victims. That takes away the validity of their suffering, and the validity of their claim to Israel in the eyes of many. How convenient! They did it to themselves -- well, so much for that idea that we need Israel then...
Dubious accusations, both from Assange ("Australian intelligence told us this was coming") and then from Swedish rape victims, and then dubious accusations against Hitler that end up being a convenient way to blame Jews for their own misfortune. And how cleverly it's all worded, so that in two years when this has fallen into the memory hole, no one will know it wasn't true -- it will become a part of public lore, and then enough people will cite it to make it "truth."
Once upon a time, in some out of the way corner of that universe which is dispersed into numberless twinkling solar systems, there was a star upon which clever beasts invented knowing. That was the most arrogant and mendacious minute of "world history," but nevertheless, it was only a minute. After nature had drawn a few breaths, the star cooled and congealed, and the clever beasts had to die. One might invent such a fable, and yet he still would not have adequately illustrated how miserable, how shadowy and transient, how aimless and arbitrary the human intellect looks within nature. - Fred