Political showmen in action
Julian Assange interviewed Malaysian Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim in the finale of The Julian Assange Show, his political talk show produced by Russian-owned network RT.
The episode was broadcast Monday night, Malaysian time.
Discussing a wide variety of topics ranging from Anwar's experiences in prison and his vision for an ASEAN with stronger regional understanding, the Wikileaks founder was a genial interviewer, rarely asking questions critical of Anwar, preferring to question and analyze the state of Malaysia today and in the future.
The interview was conducted on Skype with camera crew recording both Assange and Anwar from separate locations. Assange is currently under house arrest in the United Kingdom over a case where he was accused of rape in Sweden.
Stating that 'with Malaysian elections looming and Anwar tipped to win', Assange's show, initially titled The World Tomorrow, had a run for twelve episodes.
as you mentioned alleged rapist ( not guilty untill proven) i didn,t see anything wrong with it, interviewing Anwar, again which i didn,t see anything wrong with it,
there is no joke in it even Julian is in a mess himself, yes to court he has to answer but that is a seperate matter infact is his personal matter (and it has nothing to do with this interview)
Intergrity??? ( again untill he is proven guilty, even if he is guilty we still have to judge ourself,what kind of court. Is it like our kangaroo court.)
I dont really mind who the interviewer is, it interest me more on the view,opinion and state of Malaysia by Anwar.
Asange got nothing to do with Malaysia but Anwar do and so do us, so why u worry about Asange so much?
what you should worry is your focus.