Julian Assange in American crosshairs

Daniel Ellsberg warns that Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks.org, faces the possibility of assassination. Should something bad happen to Assange, or should he disappear, you know’d know who did it. Who’s the Rogue State again?

Author: Idrees Ahmad

I am a Lecturer in Digital Journalism at the University of Stirling and a former research fellow at the University of Denver’s Center for Middle East Studies. I am the author of The Road to Iraq: The Making of a Neoconservative War (Edinburgh University Press, 2014). I write for The Observer, The Nation, The Daily Beast, Los Angeles Review of Books, The Atlantic, The New Republic, Al Jazeera, Dissent, The National, VICE News, Huffington Post, In These Times, Le Monde Diplomatique, Die Tageszeitung (TAZ), Adbusters, Guernica, London Review of Books (Blog), The New Arab, Bella Caledonia, Asia Times, IPS News, Medium, Political Insight, The Drouth, Canadian Dimension, Tanqeed, Variant, etc. I have appeared as an on-air analyst on Al Jazeera, the BBC, TRT World, RAI TV, Radio Open Source with Christopher Lydon, Alternative Radio with David Barsamian and several Pacifica Radio channels.

3 thoughts on “Julian Assange in American crosshairs”

  1. No…he wouldn’t be assassinated, executed for espionage, maybe; but assassination is too noble a word for what ridding the world of such scum is all about.

    usa- the assassins’ nation seeks to divide & conquer all nations and all peoples.


    Regarding the leaks,

    Well, USA-if you have done nothing wrong, then you have nothing to fear from the
    T R U T H.
    Be Set Free by admitting to ongoing & insufferable crimes against
    H U M A N I T Y .

    See if you can recognize some of your government leaders here:



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