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Bbc Online : Assange (The Ozzie Leaking Guy)

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Dont think hes an aussie. Maybe been rubbed out by the good guys?

Yup, thank god the good guys are here to protect us!

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Ah ,

I see . You do not understand .

The website is called ,

The .......

BBC .

The second letter of the current English alphabet (you know what that is , yes/No?)

Okay , not .

The first two letters of the name are known as "B" .

Repeat that , "B"'

So say , B B

Like Beee Beee ..

followed by a single (third) letter , in this case , known as a "C" .

as in Seeee .

BeeeBeeeSeeee .

Understandeee now ?

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Phew! Thanks for that.

What was that thread about again?

Er the BBC has many useful websites, I think:

Home

World

UK

UK

NI

Scotland

Wales

Business

Politics

Health

Education

Scifi/Enviro

Tech

and

Entertainment

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Wow , Incredible how a simple question relating to a massive currrent event , and the BBC's lack of reporting can be treated with such disdain .

Well done .

You should all be so proud .

So I take it no-one has seen anything lately on the BBC website about Assange ?

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The BBC is not the first place I go for news. 6 years of HPC, and being a cynical bugger and all!

Extreme, but If you were chinese, would you go to the state Chinese News Channel to find out about the latest news about Liu Xiaobo?

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Western media were very crictical of China today. Now check the China Daily headline: Many nations support Beijing's stance http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-12/11/content_11685945.htm

Treat all media with caution.

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Wow , Incredible how a simple question relating to a massive currrent event , and the BBC's lack of reporting can be treated with such disdain .

Well done .

You should all be so proud .

So I take it no-one has seen anything lately on the BBC website about Assange ?

...this post on the previous page has spadefuls of articles on this incontinent leaker..with link to the BBC Assange site.... :rolleyes:

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=155998&view=findpost&p=2818579

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Wow , Incredible how a simple question relating to a massive currrent event , and the BBC's lack of reporting can be treated with such disdain .

Well done .

You should all be so proud .

So I take it no-one has seen anything lately on the BBC website about Assange ?

There is plenty of up to date stuff on the BBC website as indicated by another poster.

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Loads of results

http://search.bbc.co.uk/search?go=toolbar&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bbc.co.uk%2Fnews%2F&scope=news&q=Assange+

* News - Profile: Julian Assange

Profile information on Julian Assange, founder of the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-11047811

* News - Q&A: Arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange

Why has Julian Assange been arrested and what are the issues involved?

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11949771

Latest News

* Wikileaks: Brazil President Lula backs Julian Assange Last updated: 1 day ago

Brazilian President Lula da Silva calls the arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange an attack on freedom of expression

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-11966193

* Wikileaks: Barriers to possible US Assange prosecution Last updated: 2 days ago

* Timeline: sexual allegations against Assange in Sweden Last updated: 2 days ago

* Wikileaks Julian Assange figures in Christmas nativity Last updated: 2 days ago?????????

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