Hmm, I was just looking for a couple of links to back up the stuff about the banks putting pressure on Assange but it's even worse. I stumbled on this Telegraph piece where the writer, Milo Yiannopoulos, insists that Assange has "alienated the government, big business and, increasingly, the public". The public? I was just in company with some guys at a minicab office. Not pinko liberals or lefties. They all thought
Assange was somewhere between courageous and mad but they didn't disapprove of him. So the right wing media, ie, most of the media are against him too but I don't think we count the public count among his enemies just yet.
But where was I? Ah yes, credit or blame where it is due. Here's the Guardian: