sources within Wikileaks have told The Age that an Australian intelligence official privately warned Wikileaks on August 11 last year that Assange was the subject of inquiries by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, and that information relating to him and others associated with Wikileaks had been provided to the US in response to requests through intelligence liaison channels.
The Australian intelligence official is also claimed to have specifically warned that Assange could be at risk of ''dirty tricks'' from the US intelligence community, including the possibility of sexual entrapment.
The information is said to have been provided to WikiLeaks by means of a submission through the website's electronic ''drop box'' on the day Assange flew from London to Stockholm to speak on freedom of the press.
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Nine days later swedish Tabloid Expressen leaked the news that Julian Assange was wanted for rape. Why were they given that information from a person within the swedish police?
But here another question is also valid. If Assange was warned, why wasn't he more careful? If Anna Ardin was on a mission of entrapment, she must have been one hell of an actrice. Another theory is that she and Sofia Wilén was just the groupies they have been portrayed as, and that it was after the first prosecutor dropped the case, the CIA saw their chance. And who better to use than the law firm college of USA:s old pal Tomas Bodström, Claes Borgström. A lawyer that also happens to be a radical feminist, And who happens to personally know prosecutor Marianne Ny.- They have been fighting on the same feminist barricades for womens rights for a long time.
The question is, did they expect the shitstorm they created when they started this, or did they think it would be the same "walk in the park" as it usually is to frame an innocent man in Sweden for crimes against feminism?
If this information is correct, it would mean that the whole thing was a setup organized by swedish lawyers and politicians in collution with foreign intelligence agencies.
So have they been lying to us all along? Do our own government lie to their employers? Us, their own people?
Stupid question really. You bet they do. That has allready been proven by Wikileaks releasing the truth about swedens new surveillance laws, IPRED and FRA. They were instated on "request" by the US. Sweden today is just an American lapdog. One reason could be that we are totally depending on US weapon systems. Especially the robots that are used to arm our fighter jets. The AMRAAM for instance.
We still call ourselves a neutral country. That is one of the biggest lies in swedish history. We are not neutral, and we never have been. The main reason for instating the mass surveillance law FRA, was so the US could monitor the computer traffic from Russia. 80 percent of it passes Sweden. It was never meant to protect us from any terrorists. They lied straight in our faces.
They lie all the time. Their most popular method of lying is not telling actual lies. No they have learned that the best way is by not telling us anything at all. Keeping their little secrets to themselves. Julian Assange has made that difficult, that's why they want him dead.
The swedish media is just a big propaganda tool
If you read the Swedish press it is easy to get the impression that Julian Assange is disliked in Sweden. I would say that is wrong. He is disliked by people that have bought the myths and lies we have been fed for decades. But they are, thanks to the internet, getting fewer and fewer. And he is of course disliked by our gullible and politically correct media that for some strange reason take offence when Sweden is criticised internationally. In this article in Expressen swedish procecutor Thomas Ahlstrand claim we do not have secret trials in Sweden. They are just conducted behind closed doors to protect the integrity of the victims of rape.
What the hell is the difference?
The Swedish press mostly consists of journalists without any real ability or desire to question authority and official truths. And that has resulted in Swedes being probably the most self righteous and gullible people in the world. But that is slowly changing I do hope and believe.
You see, our press doesn't do a very good job in seeing through the political smokescreens. They are loyal to the partys and the political system. That is an effect of Sweden having been almost a one party state for the last hundred years. A lot like the Soviet union that had "the Pravda" (Truth) as their gouvernment propaganda tool during the soviet era. We have had more than one paper on the other hand, but you can not tell them apart.
So even though it's the journalists job in a free democracy to look behind the official stories, they seldom do. I have myself attended a Swedish journalism school, but I soon made myself unpopular by being too critical and too hard on lecturers, and too hungry to expose the uncomfortable truths within the areas that interests me. So I was told to leave halfway, and come back when I, as they put it, "felt better". I was the only one in my class that wanted to be an investigating reporter and actually expose things. All the others wanted to get their own radioshow or cover sportevents. That was to me a great learning experiance.
Did anyone read my article the other day about our former minister of justice that has been accused of pardoning hardline criminals in exchange for money payed by the swedish mafia? The one who is accusing Tomas Bodström of this has done it publicly. With his name and everything. The corporate big media in Sweden of course know this. If nothing ellse they have read it here. Is this not a story that would normally stop the presses in a country? That a politician that has been in charge of it's justice system is accused of being corrupt to that degree?
In Swedish media it has not been mentioned at all. They seem to think that who wore what dress in the Eurovision song contest is much more interesting.
Something is seriously rotten in the state of Sweden. And the ones telling you about it is people like me. For free.