The world watched as Julian Assange was dragged kicking and screaming from the Ecuadorean embassy on Thursday.But while free speech campaigners and conspiracy theorists would have you believe the embassy's motives for kicking him out were related to Wikileaks's role in surfacing allegations of corruption against Ecuadorean President Lenín Moreno (don't bite the hand that feeds you), anyone with half a brain would recognise the real reason was linked to American geopolitical hegemony London property prices.Courtesy of the Daily Mail, here is a graphic of what the most frustrating seven-year flatshare arrangement probably looked like: Courtesy of the Daily Mail. With half the kitchen occupied by Assange, one can only imagine the complexity and awkwardness of day-to-day coffee and
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The world watched as Julian Assange was dragged kicking and screaming from the Ecuadorean...