ASSANGE APPARENTLY LIKES HIS WOMEN YOUNG
LIKE 17 YEAR OLD YOUNG
AND APPARENTLY HE’S WANTED FOR A “RAPE” IN SWEDEN WHICH I INITIALLY DID NOT THINK HE DID BUT AFTER READING ABOUT HIS “SECRETIVE” PAST, WHICH IS SLIGHTLY IRONIC SINCE HE HACKS
OTHER PEOPLE’S SECRETS
I WAS ENLIGHTENED AND DISGUSTED AT THE SAME TIME. #ASSANGE & #WIKILEAKS ARE CRIMINALS, AS I HAVE SAID AND WRITTEN BEFORE. THEY ARE SCARED SHITLESS OF CLINTON GETTING INTO THE AMERICAN POTUS POSITION FOR ONE REASON ONLY…#ASSANGE’S FREEDOM IS AT STAKE.
GRANTED HIS LIFE HAS BEEN A LOCKDOWN FOR SEVERAL YEARS AT THE ECUADORIAN EMBASSY IN LONDON WHERE HE’S AFRAID TO VENTURE OUT BECAUSE HE IS WANTED IN 2 OTHER COUNTRIES BESIDES USA & HE WANTS TO AVOID EXTRADITION TO ANYWHERE BUT THE COUNTRY OF ECUADOR WHERE HE IS TO BE EXILED.
BUT JULIAN, ALAS FOR YOU, IT IS NOT TO BE. YOU’RE GOING TO HELL IN A HAND BASKET JULIAN ONCE CLINTON GETS INTO OFFICE. YOU’LL BE CONSTANTLY WEARING DEPENDS AND ON BED WETTING ALERT.
HAVE A TERRIFIC REST OF YOUR DISGUSTING LIFE. BEING A ‘BLACK HAT’IS A CRIME. YOU ARE NO HERO AND WHAT YOU DO FOR A BUSINESS HURTS PEOPLE.
FOR THAT KARMA WILL EXTRACT A HARSH PAYMENT.
SOURCE: THE DAILY MAIL (UK)
Revealed: The secret son Assange fathered with a girl of 17 – as he learned the dark arts of computer hacking in a rundown cottage
After spending several days in Wandsworth Prison last week following allegations of rape in Sweden, the fresh air of Norfolk must have come as a blessed relief to Julian Assange.
Having been released on £275,000 bail on Thursday, he was driven to a ten-bedroom mansion called Ellingham Hall, where he will spend Christmas as a guest of Vaughan Smith – a former captain in the Grenadier Guards who is a supporter of Assange’s WikiLeaks website.
But the great irony of Assange’s life is that even as the website’s release of thousands of secret documents has placed him at the centre of a firestorm of controversy over citizens’ right to know, he has remained fanatically secretive about his own past.
Likeness: Julian Assange, left, and the man identified online as his 20-year-old son Daniel
Today, a Mail investigation throws fascinating new light on his formative teenage years: how an affair with a 16-year-old girl produced his only child, and how, at just 20 years old, he was caught with secret Pentagon passwords on his computer.
What emerges is that his early life could hardly be further removed from the luxurious surroundings in which he finds himself today.
Raised by his mother Christine – who flew into London from Australia to see him this month – he had lived in 37 towns by the time he was 14, receiving much of his education at home. Assange was thus marked out as a loner from an early age.
The identity of his father remains a mystery, but it has been established that his mother was effectively on the run from a former lover who had turned into something of a stalker.
In the late Eighties, by the time he was 16 or 17, Julian, his mother and stepbrother – fathered by a musician – found themselves living in a tiny cement bungalow in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges, east of Melbourne. It was a peaceful setting for a young man learning how to use his first computer. Bellbirds sang in the trees and sheep grazed in the surrounding rolling hills.
When the Mail visited the property, we discovered that the current landlady – who lives in a house next to the tiny single-storey property – was also there more than 20 years ago, while Assange was developing his obsession with computers. ‘He didn’t go out much at all,’ she said. ‘He spent almost all his time in there with his Commodore computer. He rarely came out of the bedroom.’
Revealed: Assange has revealed detailed information with his ‘WikiLeaks’ but more details are coming out about his own life
Julian, his stepbrother and mother remained in their ramshackle home for about a year, but at that point 18-year-old Julian met a local girl of 16, with whom he struck up a relationship.
Soon after, the couple moved a few miles away to a cottage which had been separated into two flats. Today, it lies empty and dilapidated, its garden overflowing with weeds.
This was the home where Assange’s lover became pregnant. Even then he would spend hours on his computer daily, learning to hack into other computers as the web began to spread around the world.
Their son Daniel was born when Assange’s girlfriend was 17, but it seems that even the arrival of a child was not enough to drag the fledgling-hacker away from his screen. As one former resident recalls: ‘We’d see her walking down to the shops with the baby in a pushchair. She almost always seemed to be alone.
‘You’d see her at the local launderette washing the baby’s clothes, but it was a pretty rare occasion to see her and her boyfriend out together with the baby.’
A year or two later, the couple moved to a rented house in Melbourne, 25 miles away. It was there, in October 1991, that their relationship suffered a shattering blow after Assange was raided by the police.
He was caught red-handed with the tools of his burgeoning hacker’s trade – a £350 Amiga 500 computer and more than a dozen discs filled with the access codes of websites.
Police also found details of hundreds of stolen passwords for networks around the world – along with the dates when he obtained them. Among them were passwords for the U.S. Air Force 7th Command Group in the Pentagon.
He was charged with a number of offences relating to computer hacking. For the mother of his child, it was the final straw – she fled with the baby.
Though the couple had gone through what they described as an ‘unofficial marriage’, Assange has remained deeply secretive about the mother of his child. The only time he has alluded to her was when he helped write a 1997 book called Underground: Tales Of Hacking, Madness And Obsession On The Electronic Frontier.
In it, he describes his girlfriend as ‘an intelligent but introverted 16-year-old’ whom he met through a friend. After she left him, he fell into a depression so severe that it led to him going in and out of a Melbourne hospital for six months.
It was not until five years after the police raid that the case again him was finalised. Pleading guilty to 24 charges, he was fined the equivalent of about £900 and placed on a good behaviour bond.
Secret's out: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange meets the police for his bail conditions - as his secretive past begins to be revealed
County Court Judge Leslie Ross said at the time he believed Assange had hacked into computer systems purely to empower himself, and not for any personal gain. But he warned that if Assange had not had such a disrupted childhood he would have gone to jail for up to ten years.
The judge told Assange he acknowledged the ‘unstable personal background that you have had to endure and the nomadic existence that your mother and yourself were forced to follow, and also the personal disruption that occurred within your household.’
The judge added: ‘These offences could only have been committed by an intelligent individual, and you now have this black mark against your name. If there is any repetition of this behaviour, I would have thought your chances of avoiding a jail sentence would be very slim.’
Despite those stern words, Assange told the judge: ‘Your honour, I feel a great misjustice has been done and I would like to record the fact that you have been misled by the prosecution.’
After Assange separated from the mother of his child, the pair embarked on a nine-year custody battle over their son, which was not settled until 1999.
The agreement effectively meant that Daniel’s continued upbringing would be his mother’s responsibility. (Some have suggested that it was the stress of this custody fight that turned Assange’s hair white.)
History: Assange fathered a son with a girl when she was 17 - yet her identity is unknown
The process prompted Assange and his mother to form Parent Inquiry Into Child Protection, an activist group which seeks to gain access to legal records related to child custody issues.
While little is known of Assange’s activities in the years that followed, from 2003 to 2006 he studied physics and mathematics at Melbourne University before helping to set up WikiLeaks in 2006.
So where is the woman who perhaps knows Julian Assange better than any other?
‘She’s done very well at keeping her identity a secret,’ says a former associate of the couple, who admitted that even he did not know who Assange’s former lover really is.
‘What we do know is that after leaving Julian she took up with someone else, married and had a new name.’
Today, their son Daniel, 20 – who has been in hiding in Australia in recent weeks – works for a software design company. Pictures identified as him on the internet show he has a strong resemblance to his father.
While he has not talked about his mother in detail, he has given a clue that they now have a troubled relationship in a note left on Twitter. It simply said: ‘Mother thinks I’m a monster.’
The media’s focus this week may be on the troubling details of the sex charges Julian Assange faces in Sweden. But it’s fascinating to discover how his first romance came to such an unhappy end – not that you’ll be reading about it on WikiLeaks any time soon.
SOURCE: GAWKER 2011
Julian Assange Has at Least Four Love Children
“Often I sat in large groups and listened to Julian boast about how many children he had fathered in various parts of the world. He seemed to enjoy the idea of lots and lots of Julians, one on every continent. Whether he took care of any of these alleged children, or whether they existed at all, was another question.”
The fixation on seeding the world with mini-leakers springs from a sense of inborn superiority, according our source. “He feels obliged to spread his genes. In other words, he thinks he is so good that the world needs more of his kids.” It seems the favors he does his kids largely end with whatever he contributes to their chromosomes: Daniel hasn’t seen his father since 2007.
Assange’s bevy of illegitimate offspring adds some context to his Swedish rape and sexual molestation case, over which he is currently fighting extradition in London. It hangs in part on an allegation that he ripped a condom on purpose during sex after repeatedly refusing to wear one. No one knows what went on between him and his accusers, but it’s clear Assange is not the world’s biggest proponent of protected sex.
GAWKER EXCERPTS FROM A REDUNDANT ARTICLE IN DEC 2012
But police documents viewed by the Guardian which detail Assange’s fateful trip to Sweden tell a long, messy story of sexual misadventures. Among the details is this account from leftist activist Anna Ardin, one of Assange’s two accusers: From the Guardian:
Her account to police, which Assange disputes, stated that he began stroking her leg as they drank tea, before he pulled off her clothes and snapped a necklace that she was wearing. According to her statement she “tried to put on some articles of clothing as it was going too quickly and uncomfortably but Assange ripped them off again”. Miss A told police that she didn’t want to go any further “but that it was too late to stop Assange as she had gone along with it so far”, and so she allowed him to undress her.
According to the statement, Miss A then realised he was trying to have unprotected sex with her. She told police that she had tried a number of times to reach for a condom but Assange had stopped her by holding her arms and pinning her legs. The statement records Miss A describing how Assange then released her arms and agreed to use a condom, but she told the police that at some stage Assange had “done something” with the condom that resulted in it becoming ripped, and ejaculated without withdrawing.
Ardin later told a friend that this had been “the worst sex ever”: “not only had it been the world’s worst screw, it had also been violent.”
We’ve obtained a series of emails detailing his stalkery courtship of a teenager in his pre-Wikileaks days.
Elizabeth (not her real name) met Assange one night in April 2004, about two years before Assange started his now-infamous whistle-blowing website Wikileaks. She was 19 at the time; Assange was 33 and a student at the University of Melbourne studying physics and mathematics. Elizabeth spotted Assange at a bar near Melbourne and approached the older man with the long white hair because he seemed different than other guys she’d met.
“I started talking to him and he just seemed kind of quiet and nerdy,” she told us in a phone interview. “I didn’t think he was sexy or anything. Just strangely alluring for a 19-year-old girl.” Assange flirted with her, showing off by explaining complex equations and joking about her mathematical ignorance.
Before parting ways, Assange gave her a card with his name, email address, and an image of a lighthouse—possibly an early symbol of his quest for radical transparency. Elizabeth gave Assange her email address in return, and he took the train back to Melbourne.
Soon after, Elizabeth received this email inviting her on a date:
Elizabeth doesn’t remember how she responded and no longer has her reply, but it was probably dismissive because “I wasn’t into him,” she said.
She certainly didn’t give him her phone number, which explains why she was shocked when Assange called the house where she lived with her parents the following day. The call went about as poorly as you might expect after Assange wouldn’t tell Elizabeth how he got her number.
“I was really cold because he somehow found out information about me and I didn’t know how and it scared me,” she said.
But Assange wasn’t discouraged. After the botched call, he emailed to chastise her for not being more polite on the phone:
She replied coolly. Assange countered with a wistful remembrance of their night together after the bar:
A couple days later, Assange tried calling Elizabeth again. This time, Elizabeth pretended to be someone else because she was becoming increasingly creeped out by Assange’s persistence. But judging from Assange’s next email, he mistakenly interpreted this as a coy flirtation:
After a few more emails got him nowhere, Assange decided to change tack. Instead of calling Elizabeth, he would try to get Elizabeth to call him. But he chose probably the worst possible way to give her his phone number. Somehow, Elizabeth says, Assange figured out the make and license plate number of her car. Then he incorporated it into a riddle which, when solved, would reveal his phone number:
More weirded out than ever, Elizabeth emailed back that she couldn’t call him because the riddle didn’t give her his number. So Assange decided to go back to calling her, and later that day sent an email asking the best time to call:
At this point, Elizabeth told him flat-out to stop calling her house. Assange then tried to give Elizabeth yet another way to contact him—through his (now-defunct) personal website, iq.org. (Note the subject line: Re: Don’t call me):
Finally, Assange gave up. But not before making up for his humiliation with a stream of overwrought put-downs in an email:
Assange’s relationships with women haven’t improved much in the six years since his creepy attempt at wooing Elizabeth. His online dating profile andblogging reveal an insufferable self-styled Don Juan, and he currently stands accused of raping and sexual molesting two Swedish women. (He was released on bail from a British prison earlier today.)
For the record, Elizabeth says she never felt threatened by Assange’s behavior; she viewed it as misguided attempts at courtship by a socially awkward nerd.
“I don’t think he’s a bad person,” she said. “He’s just a funny bugger.”