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Cenk Uyger of MSNBC's 'The Dylan Ratigan Show' interviews Julian Assange, the founder and editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, who discusses the controversy surrounding the diplomatic cable release.


Julian Assange 1st Interview After Release

24 December 10

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+21 # Barkingcarpet 2010-12-24 19:42
may the light of truth shine and may humans be ruled by love and kindness, not love of power and money!
 
 
+23 # genierae 2010-12-24 21:30
Whenever I see an interview of Julian Assange, I am always struck by the look of resolve on his face. This man is fearless, he knows exactly what he is doing, and he is determined to do it. He is a heroic truth-teller, and I pray for his safety.
 
 
+11 # carioca 2010-12-26 03:03
Wow!

Amazine interview.

Thank you MSNBC.

Thank you Julian Assange.

Merry Xmas to the Forces of Good.

Merry, Merry Xmas.

RR
 
 
+11 # Delfin Chavez 2010-12-26 09:58
The truth hurts. But I say, let the chips fall where they may or else it's business as usual stained by more lies and disinformation. You have big balls m'man and my respect. We pray for you to stay safe. Many are behind your cause.
 
 
+11 # Magars 2010-12-26 23:35
The world and specially American people should be grateful to these courageous and talented young people that decided to do what is right exposing the corruption around the world.For those,who didn't noticed before,governme nts and corporations lie constantly to the public and Wikileaks organization and it's whistle blowers collaborators are doing the job that journalist and reporters forgot to do it.So thank you WIKILEAKS and those that make its job possible. By the way,we heard about Julian Assange autobiography,p lease make possible that we can buy it from independent media websites.
 
 
+9 # motamanx 2010-12-29 12:24
When discussing the Wikileaks Affair, always remember this:

"The real intent of the First Amendment was to prevent nati onal suicide by making it difficult for the government to operate in secret, free from the scrutiny of a watchful press."        

—I.F. Stone’s Weekly, October 3, 1966

Izzy usually had the correct point of view.
 
 
+6 # María Eugenia Sáez 2011-01-03 00:08
He has taken a toll in this hunt against him, and it shows in his face. May God keep him safe.
 
 
+8 # María Eugenia Sáez 2011-01-03 00:19
Let us hold Mike Huckaby and Sarah Palin guilty for terrorist incitation to commit ilegal murder. Get the signatures going.
 
 
0 # xmascarol 2011-01-31 13:09
I felt the interviewer was quite hostile, asked trip-up questions and gave ridiculous unsupported statements about things such as "how the American people perceive Julian Assange" Julian came through the interview exhibiting his burning sense of how important truth and transparency are. He is a pioneer in 21st Century journalism via the internet. I also pray for his and his colleagues' safety on their journey toward truth.
 
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