Saturday, December 11, 2010

Thanks Interpol!

This is so predictable and so tiresome. Just as the liberation of women was used in defence of the invasion of Afghanistan, now we have Interpol chasing down Julian Assange, he of Wikileaks, with accusations of what? Cheating? Double-timing? Leaky condoms?

Thank you again, Interpol. I know you will now prioritize the global manhunt for 1.3 million guys I have heard similar complaints about personally in the US alone -- there is an entire fraternity at the University of Texas you need to arrest immediately. I also have firsthand information that John Smith in Providence, Rhode Island, went to a stag party -- with strippers! -- that his girlfriend wanted him to skip, and that Mark Levinson in Corvallis, Oregon, did not notice that his girlfriend got a really cute new haircut -- even though it was THREE INCHES SHORTER.

Terrorists. Go get 'em, Interpol!

Read more here.

The world is now a safer place for women.


  1. Those are just about my sentiments exactly. Something is rotten in Sweden and in the United States too, me thinks.

  2. Well said www. A bit of a sense of grasping for straws here on the part of Interpol and others ... wonder how much leverage the US had to exert to get those charges laid? Not much I expect.

  3. They're really out to get him. He's just too embarrassing to all those indiscreet, sneering politicians.

  4. Well said. Interpol - once a respected international organization; now, just another pawn of the controllers. Just like the TSA.

  5. How disappointing for the politicians to so publicly have someone who is so publicly beyond their control.

  6. Thank Goodness for that. I can now breathe a sigh of relief.

    Should we all write a list of men who have committed similar crimes?


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