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Julian Assange & Anna Ardin
The person behind the police complaint identified.
STOCKHOLM (Rixstep) — The person behind the police complaint against Julian Assange has now been identified. She is Anna Ardin of Gotland, working at the University of Uppsala and residing on Södermalm in Stockholm.
Ardin is a notorious radical feminist - but in a sense not necessarily known much outside Sweden. Feminism in some circles focuses on how men achieve social dominance through sex. Many of these Swedish radical feminists are militant lesbians who use fabricated stories of sexual harassment in an attempt to 'transform' society.
Invite to Stockholm
It was Ardin who according to her Twitter feed invited Assange to Stockholm. She was briefly appointed his press secretary during his visit. Her name was originally included on the press releases about the WikiLeaks agreement with the Pirate Party but it has since been removed.
Ardin has also been busy pruning her Twitter feed and closing down and/or locking her websites and blogs.
The weekend of 15 August starts the season of the crayfish in Sweden. Evidently Julian wanted to attend a Swedish 'kräftskiva' (crayfish party). Ardin purportedly helped with the arrangements. Unlucky Friday 13th for Julian.
Newzglobe.com claim to have been in contact with the people around Anna Ardin whose name has spread like wildfire in the Swedish blogosphere the past few days. They specifically identify Ardin as the one who filed the police complaint, describing her as the political secretary of the Swedish 'Brotherhood Movement', a fringe group around Sweden's social democrats with decidedly 'cultish' leanings.
Newzglobe.com contacted Peter Weiderud, chairman of the 'movement'. 'She's on sick leave', he told Newzglobe.com.
'This is all a police matter and it happened in her leisure time. I'm responsible for her health.'
Seven Steps to Legal Revenge
Ardin is known to have been infatuated with (and have translated) the infamous 'Seven Steps to Legal Revenge' which details how to inflict pain on enemies by getting people to stalk them and by using other nefarious tricks. Ardin ardently believes the patriarchal aspect of Western society is only held in place by the male's ability to rape women.