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Now she's blocking Assange supporters.
CANBERRA (Rixstep) — Julian Assange's popularity with the Australian people is overwhelming; his popularity with the puppet government is not. Things took a definite turn for the worse when the US embassy began plotting with Julia Gillard on ousting prime minister Kevin Rudd without an election and the consensus of the citizenry.
Now Julia Gillard - low in the polls to the point of not being able to win the next election - has begun a damage control campaign. Kissing babies is good but tweeting is even better.
Except the Australians don't much like Gillard. So she and her staff see all the negative comments about her when they log in. That can't be too pleasant.
'I love WikiLeaks and I joined Twitter purely to follow them. SO THERE', says @NOH8ER's Twitter bio. @NOH8ER's an avid WL fan and that seems enough for Julia Gillard: she's namely blocked him so she and her staff don't have to read his tweets any longer.
But former prime minister Kevin Rudd whom Gillard ousted follows @NOH8ER.