Julian Assange became particularly famous after exposing Anti-Clinton facts, which affected the outcome of Presidential Election 2016. Assange and Wikileaks were able to reveal the true face of the modern politics. All these events made Julian Assange a famous persona but there are certain things you still don’t know about him. Thus, we’ve compiled a list of 5 informative facts about the Wikileaks Founder.

Number One: Julian Assange is a Hacker

Julian Assange is a talented hacker. In 1995 he was convicted of “hacking activities” and pled guilty. As a result, Assange had to pay several thousand Australian dollars in fines to settle the matter.

Number Two: One Person Ruined the Country

Julian Assange alone was able to jeopardize the reputation of the whole country. In 2010, Wikileaks exposed sensitive information about the USA and its activities in Iraq and Afghanistan. As a result, one of the leaks featured the video of a U.S. helicopter shooting civilians in Iraq. 

Number Three: Assange Helps Russia

It often happens that Wikileaks benefits Russia. Assange has an agenda to undermine West. Thus, it ultimately benefits Russia. In his speech, Vladimir Putin expressed his “love” to the famous Wikileaker. To pay respect, Putin defended Assange from multiple allegations. 

Number Four: Assange Views USA as a Dastardly Empire

The Wikileaks founder accused Hillary Clinton of being emotionally unstable. In his statements, he claimed that the former secretary of state pushed the U.S. into endless wars with East, and, as a result, founded terrorism. Thus, Clinton was the one who created ISIS.

Number Five: Hannity Changed His Mind

Several years ago Hannity was negative in his statements about Assange. He accused the famous wikileaker in waging wars against the USA. According to Hannity, such acts were unacceptable and could put America in danger. These days, however, as things changed, the famous host shows full support to Julian Assange and Wikileaks.


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