Saturday, July 31, 2021

Harassing Harrods

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Assange takes on Harrods

 

Revelations that the biopic based upon his life, The Fifth Estate, has flopped at the box office and took just $6 million against a $28 million budget no doubt cheered Julian Assange’s spirits, but it seems matters closer to “home” have been troubling his sleeping pattern.

 

Julian Assange's sleeping patterns at the Ecuadorian Embassy (left) have allegedly been disturbed by deliveries to Harrods (right)
Julian Assange’s sleeping patterns at the Ecuadorian Embassy (left) have allegedly been disturbed by deliveries to Harrods (right)

A source in the vicinity of “our man in the embassy” informed The Steeple Times yesterday that Assange has been complaining about the noise of delivery vehicles arriving at Harrods in the early hours of the morning. The Wikileaks founder is said to have “arrogantly demanded” that vans come at a more sociable hour. Thus far, such requests, we’re reliably told, have been ignored.

 

Plainly there’ll be no hamper exchange between Mr Assange and the owners of Harrods, the Qatar Investment Authority, this Christmas.

 

 

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    18 COMMENTS

      • Your language is appalling Martha. Mr Bone is in agreement with most civilised people who believe Mr Assange should hand himself in. The democracy of Britain will not stand for this kind of behaviour. I shall ask him to raise this matter in the House.

    1. I am a supporter of Julian Assange. You are again backing the wrong horse just like you did with Nathalie Pulford vs. John Bercow. Seriously. What’s wrong with you?

      • Julian Assange is considered most odd by even the previously most ardent of his sycophantic followers, who hang on his every word…not dissimilar to the followers of that other awful bore, Richard Dawkins

    2. You need to skinned yourself for this comment. Killing animals so you, a tired old has been, can wear their pelts is vile. You should be ashamed of yourself. Your support for murder will be avenged.

    3. Assange is a coward , in his luxury pampered prison, all paid by the UK taxpayers, at huge cost. He should have been extradited long ago, and face justice, he should have weighed that possibility when he targeted the US , what was he thinking? that he could get away with it? well, does he not have the guts to defend himself? if he thinks he is a hero , he should accept martyrdom too.

      As for the sleeping disturbances, utter hybris , he has all day to sleep too , he does not work .

    4. Britain is a decent and civilised society. We have a duty of care to meet the needs of murderers, rapists, burglars and common thieves. It is the pensioners and war heroes we neglect. We are proud of our Human Rights record, even if we should spend another £4million on Assange it is still a bargain. Why does the NHS not prescribe him some sleeping tablets, we are paying, so let him have it all. Thanks God for the European Human Rights Charter.

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