Julian Assange should be arrested the minute he leaves the Ecuadorian Embassy suggests Matthew Steeples
Julian Assange is a menace. There’s no doubt about that. This pest sought to evade justice in Britain by holing up in the Embassy of Ecuador in London in the summer of 2012 and that he’s been there ever since is just an outrage.
Some support Assange on the basis that they believe WikiLeaks, the media organistion he founded in 2006, has acted “courageously” and “resisted censorship,” but I’d argue otherwise. Assange allies himself with some of the scummiest people on the planet, aided the election of Donald Trump and colluded with Russia. WikiLeaks is an inadequate and deviant operation and one run by a man whose own moral compass is as warped as a banana on steroids.
Now, with news that Ecuador have finally had enough of Assange – he’s allegedly rather smelly for a start – and are planning to kick him out, it is time that this hypocritical ratbag faced justice in Britain. I am not going to argue the point of whether or not he should be sent to America, but Assange must pay for the crime of bail skipping in Britain.