Reactions From Down Under to Aussie Julian Assange

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

A woman joins hundreds of other Australians rallying in support of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in Sydney on December 10, 2010. (GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty)

One of the world's most wanted men is seen as a hero and a villian, depending who you talk to. Many in the United States consider him a traitor, even though he is not a U.S. citizen. So how does Assange's native land feel about him? With help from our partners the BBC, we listen to reactions on the topic of Julian Assange and his controversial WikiLeaks, from his home country of Australia.

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MK Ultra from Here and now

I had the displeasure of catching the latter part of this broadcast on my radio today and I was baffled, although I shouldn't have been as I am familiar with the adulation of corporations that is so prevalent in your shows. Listening to you, I understand why the media has self-destructed in the US. You ought to be ashamed of yourselves! You pretend to be journalists and the best you can do is side with the corporate government and crucify someone who is doing what you should be doing. You have all sold your souls to the corporations. Hopefully, it will pay off for you.

Dec. 14 2010 09:19 PM

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