Today, Interpol rapidly placed him on their most wanted list - and why? Sexcrimes.
In the book 1984, a sexcrime was any offense against 'big brother' - that resulted as a part of a sexual act that was not for the purposes of furthering the party. Sex was reserved as a means of furthering the species - and such sex was referred to as 'goodsex'. Anything else, was deemed a sexcrime. For example, recreational sex, kinky sex, or sex between a girlfriend and her boyfriend - all of these were categories of sex that were not allowed by the party.
Julian Assange had sex with two women, in August of this year. Somehow, nearly 14 days later, one of the women had hired a lawyer and filed rape charges. The other, dropped charges against him. He was questioned about the incident, and the police let him go. However, in the next few days - and in parallel with a rising utility of the Wikileaks site - he was issued a warrent for arrest on "suspicion of rape" and he was called in for further questioning. Mr. Assange did not return. He is now on Interpol's most wanted list.
Julian is not paid for his work. Like all other people who work for Wikileaks, he is an unpaid volunteer. He writes.
(Wikileaks having published more classified information than any other media source is ) not something I say as a way of saying how successful we are – rather, that shows you the parlous state of the rest of the media. How is it that a team of five people has managed to release to the public more suppressed information, at that level, than the rest of the world press combined? It's disgraceful
Assange is not Wikileaks. He is just one of several unpaid volunteers working for the organization. But those that are hunting him down, are Big Brother.