Sweden Drops Charges in Assange Stealthing Case

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 19, 2017

Julian Assange applies his stealthy methods not only to his work at Wikileaks – but to his sex life as well.

And that got him in hot water in Sweden.

Stealthing has generally been considered a valid method of seeking sexual pleasure from a consensual adult through ONE WEIRD TRICK. But it Sweden, it’s been illegal for a while. America has recently begun passing oppressive anti-male anti-stealthing laws – Wisconsin was the first, just this week.

In fact, stealthing some bitch is the technical reason he’s been hiding out in the Equadorian embassy for the last… really long time.


Sweden is dropping its investigation into WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on rape allegations, according to a prosecution statement released Friday.

Assange, who has always denied wrongdoing, has been holed up at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since 2012, in an effort to avoid a Swedish arrest warrant.

The Australian national has previously expressed concern that he could end up being extradited and facing the death penalty in the United States over allegations of revealing government secrets through his site, WikiLeaks.

On Friday afternoon, Assange appeared on a balcony at the embassy and described the development as “an important victory.”

“But it by no means erases seven years of detention without charge under house arrest and almost five years here in this embassy without sunlight,” Assange said. “Seven years without charge while my children grow up without me. That is not something I can forgive. It is not something I can forget.”



Despite Friday’s announcement by Swedish prosecutors, Assange, who is still the subject of a UK arrest warrant, acknowledged he is unlikely to walk out of the embassy any time soon.

“The proper war is just commencing,” he told the crowd of reporters and onlookers gathered outside the embassy. “The UK has said it will arrest me regardless. The US CIA Director (Mike) Pompeo and the US attorney general have said that I and other WikiLeaks staff have no … First Amendment rights, that my arrest and the arrest (of) my other staff is a priority. That is not acceptable.”

Assange added that WikiLeaks would continue regardless of “the threats towards me and my staff” before hailing the release of Chelsea Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst who provided classified information to WikiLeaks in 2010.

Before his balcony appearance on Friday, Assange, now 45, took to Twitter to share an an old image of himself smiling.
A lawyer for one of the Swedish women who accused Assange of sexual assault said the prosecution decision to drop the investigation was a “scandal.”

Winning – it looks like this:

For the record, although stealthing is a perfectly valid way of getting a stupid thot pregnant in order to propagate the white race, that isn’t actually what Assange did.

He had sex with the woman with a condom the night before, then in the morning (typically, a “one-night stand” also includes an “early morning encore”), he didn’t use a condom. Apparently, they were arguing that using a condom the first time put him into some kind of binding contract to use a condom the next morning. This doesn’t really make any sense to me personally, but nothing the Swedes do makes a lot of sense.

So though I think it is retarded to make it illegal to stealth a bitch (especially since it is impossible to prove that the condom didn’t break or come off accidentally, or that she didn’t ask you to take it off or agree when you did take it off), that isn’t even what happened to Julie the White Wizard.

He just got straight crucified by a thot, in what was almost certainly a setup.

I mean, he met this bitch after a speaking event. She approached him. Obviously, this is not a sexually aggressive guy –

– so she has to have been the one pushing for the encounter.

So maybe she told him to take the condom off.

Who knows.

But all of this “new rape” stuff is nonsensical.

Charges in the US?

During the post-4/6 flip-floppery, the Trump administration was talking about charging him.

So he’s not leaving the embassy because of this.

Hopefully, Trump will pardon him. Though he’s pretty much going to be hunted wherever he goes, and would probably be forced to go live in Russia or China or something anyway, as he will be under the constant threat of being setup or arrested for whatever.

I mean, in the ideal scenario, where Trump declares martial law, he could just come live here with us in peace. I’ll give him an office in the New York Times building after I buy it.

Remember, we are just entering the Summer of Hate, where the glory of Kek will finally come into full bloom, and the forces of Molech be beaten back.

Anything can happen.