“Assange has made no secret of his distrust of Jews, particularly Jews in the media.”
On the Wikileaks online shop you can now buy T-Shirts emblazoned with a reference to a famous Holocaust poem — “First they came for Assange” — and a picture of Julian Assange.
Since gaining international attention in 2010 with the release of nearly 100,000 classified logs of the war in Iraq, Wikileaks — often through the actions of its founder Julian Assange — has repeatedly come under fire for anti-Semitism.
The conservative conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton had Democratic staffer Seth Rich murdered have escalated to the point that his family and friends have taken to the press to put it to an end.
In his Daily Beast article Michael Weiss has damning things to say about this ‘insane’ troika.
A Melbourne radio host who claims Jewish descent was suspended for one month for shouting “Sieg Heil” three times at the mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
After keeping a relatively low profile in recent months, Julian Assange has re-emerged with a lengthy interview in this weekend’s edition of Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharonot. Speaking from the English estate where he’s under house arrest, the Wikileaks founder denied recent accusations of anti-Semitism, and promised more embarrassing revelations on his controversial Web site — which this time will focus on Israel.
Who knows what evil lies in the hearts of celebs? In the age of cell-phone cameras, radio talk shows and YouTube, the answer is: nearly everyone.
Another day, another Jewish conspiracy.