Showing posts with label WikiLeaks Related. Show all posts
Showing posts with label WikiLeaks Related. Show all posts

31 May 2014

Who Am I? Sherlock Holmes, Khan, Julian Assange, Christopher Tietjens, Ford, Patrick Watts or Smaug?


Another week, and another fun quiz, courtesy of

This one is a very (not so) scientific one that can tell us without any doubt whatsoever which one of those people we are. Yes, really!

And I can reveal straight away that I'm very happy with my result. Oh yes!

I am none other than the greatest detective of all times, Sherlock Holmes himself (must be true as it's what this quiz said, isn't it?)

"You're Sherlock! There's no denying your intelligence and people secretly wish they were a bit more like you. You might boast a bit, but with a brain like yours, why wouldn't you?"
Exactly!  It's so me described to a "t" here, incredible, isn't it?

I can hear you asking where can you do that quiz and find out who you are as soon as possible... Well, it's conveniently  embedded below so that you can find out without any time being wasted. Handy, isn't it?

Have fun!

Loup Dargent

PS: Let us know your results, okay? Thanks!

27 August 2013

Julian Assange Channels Farnham In Australian Polls Spoof [Video Included]


The YouTube video from Juice Rap News is just after the article and the bit with Julian Assange starts at 3:47 Enjoy!

Assange channels Farnham in Aussie polls spoof (via AFP)
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has recorded a musical spoof on his Australian political party for cult web series Rap News, satirising rock star John Farnham in a wig and denim shirt. Assange, who started the WikiLeaks Party to run for office in next…

16 June 2013

Julian Assange: A Year In The Ecuador's London Embassy


Julian Assange: a year in the embassy (via AFP)
It is an odd sight: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is wearing a jacket and tie, but no shoes. Then again, if you have not stepped outside Ecuador's London embassy for a year, shoes are largely pointless. In an interview with AFP to mark this strange anniversary, the man behind the whistleblowing…

8 June 2013

Julian Assange: US rule of law suffering 'calamitous collapse'


Assange: US rule of law suffering 'calamitous collapse' (via AFP)
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Friday that the US justice system was suffering from a "calamitous collapse in the rule of law", as Washington reeled from the sensational exposure of vast spy agency surveillance programmes. Speaking in an interview with AFP at Ecuador's London embassy, where…

5 June 2013

Bradley Manning Said To Be 'Very Political' But Effective In Iraq


Manning said to be 'very political' but effective in Iraq (via AFP)
Bradley Manning, the soldier who passed a trove of secret US files to WikiLeaks, was politically outspoken but excelled in computers and did his job well, his army commanders said Wednesday. On day three of Manning's court-martial, it became clear the prosecution will seek to prove that he was trained…

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