Donald April 20, 2012, 16:09
You never asked if Nasrallah had ever been "properly in love."
Luke April 20, 2012, 16:03
Amazing work Mr. Assange! I am a sofwtare engineer and I which my work will contribute to ’the world tomorrow’. Please keep it alive. I will bookmark this website and share it as much as I can.
Felipe April 20, 2012, 13:38
I hope one day Julian Can interview the oldest resistance of peasants in the Americas : FARC EP army othe peasants In Colombia, May be then thw World realise who they are and why they exist!!!
Dan April 20, 2012, 13:02
Well done Julian Assange, an interesting and enlightening interview. Why is the west banning Hezbolla TV, surely for the people in a democratic nation to make informed decisions they need access to all sides of the narrative.

I can’t wait for the next interview! Thanks again and let’s hope the US sees sense and frees Bradly Manning!
pansi1951 April 20, 2012, 08:59
Julian Assange didn’t win Australian of the Year, maybe we can nominate him for the Interviewer of the Year category.

It is so refreshing to see such an honest interview that doesn’t have an American or Australian political agenda behind it.
Gary Doherty April 20, 2012, 07:51
Great show great guest, good questions good answers. The show was presented as live and at the moment. The producers may wish to consider putting up the script of the interview for us to read, it may appear to take away from an unedited or uncut interview but by some of the posts on here some of the listeners found it dificult to block out the native tounge of the guest.Would closed captions be too degrading to the overall presentation of the show.It was ok for me but everything nowadays is user friendly so.....It’s a shame you could not interview Yasser Arafat now there is a man worth his salt,absolutley no disrespect to your guest of the day.I am sorry if I post this twice I cant make make out 8’s and 6’s and 9’s on the bad.
HardTalk disguster April 20, 2012, 04:41
Hope Sacur and others from BBC`S HardTalk learn from this interview not to cut the interviewer discourse when it didnt suit the agenda. Just compare Sacur interview with John Bolton and that with Noam Chomsky to understand what i mean.

In the end, Julian is making a hard life for those spineless professionals when he made a normal and simple interview without all those dirty tricks.
Love for God, Goodness to humanity April 20, 2012, 04:34
All human beings are one, created by one God. If we really believe in God, we will treat each other with kindness and justice.
spiral_dynamics April 20, 2012, 04:32
All human beings are one, created by one God. We need to treat each other with kindness and justice. It is the absence of acknowledging God as a Just and Kind Creator that leads to harshness and injustice among us. Belief in the goodness of God gives morality a backbone. Without that backbone morality is superficial; based on narcissism.
I believe the very existence of the concept of justice, so strong in human consciousness proves that the maker of this consciousness is Just and that also shows that there is a day of accountability. Without the two, this world is a meaningless void.
mrg123 April 20, 2012, 03:43
I think the problem is that belief in a God. Remove that and so many arguments/fights/wars would not exist in the world.