Friday, April 19, 2024
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Julian Assange, the ‘Criminal’ Who Woke Up the World



If you don’t know the ongoing saga of Julian Assange, that is partially my fault. I have been wanting to write a story on this since last summer, but every time I start to dig, two things happen: 1) I realize how enormous this story is and that just one article would not serve it justice; and 2) some other enormous story occurs somewhere in the world that connects a little more naturally to topics I’ve written on already, and I choose that direction instead. The hypocrisy of it all, however, is that the strange case of Julian Assange is everything I attack concerning the fake, criminal, deceptive Mockingbird media, their government overlords, the corrupt military-industrial complex, and the absolutely grisly crimes against children.

The latest in a long, winding drama: On Tuesday he was granted permission by a UK court to appeal his extradition to the US, where it is feared that he will be forced to bear the full brunt of the villains he exposed, including some of the most powerful US/Deep State players.

It is largely because of Assange that the world woke up to the United States’ catalytic role in keeping the world at war and in complex, clandestine money laundering schemes that have kept the Deep State swamp rats inside America rich–including all the players I shine the spotlight on whenever I can. Perhaps Assange’s most notable entry onto the world stage coincided with the final months of Donald Trump’s run to the presidency. At that point, Americans didn’t know exactly to what degree Trump meant “fake news” and “drain the swamp.”

Here is a summation of Assange’s story from NPR:

This case dates back to WikiLeaks’ publication in 2010 of hundreds of thousands of classified U.S. government documents related to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The trove included a now-infamous, then-classified video of a 2007 U.S. helicopter attack in Baghdad, which killed about a dozen people — including two Reuters journalists.

For many Americans, that video opened their eyes to the nature of the Iraq war. It was part of the biggest U.S. security breach of its kind.

The U.S. Army intelligence analyst who leaked those files, Chelsea Manning, served seven years in prison and was released by then-President Barack Obama.

But Assange was not pardoned. Instead, a U.S. grand jury indicted him in 2019 on 17 espionage charges and one count of computer misuse. His lawyers say he faces up to 175 years behind bars if convicted.

When the 2016 Election and Assange stories started merging in that pivotal year that saw Trump defeat Clinton, Assange was considered assassination bait in many a circle. He was arrested in London in 2018; here is his final interview before that.

WikiLeaks Julian Assange’s Last Interview Before His Arrest in London (2018)

Assange, now 52, was an Australian editor and publisher and prominent figure on the world stage due to his role in founding WikiLeaks in 2006–a web-based platform where whistleblowers worldwide can publish leaked files or documents, often of the damning sort. His work gained international attention when WikiLeaks published hundreds of thousands of military files and diplomatic documents related to the Afghanistan and Iraq wars–and so much more.

Way back in 2016, Assange insinuated that Seth Rich was the source of the damning internal DNC emails given to Wikileaks. The “official” story says that he was murdered by a simple robbery, but it has always been clear that Assange was steering the wheel of the conversation in a different direction, and in the face of all sorts of ad hominem attacks. Such attacks, true or not, mean nothing in the way of discounting objective truth. And it seems as though Assange has been a linchpin for truth and a thorn in the side of the Deep State for a long time. Hayride publisher Scott McKay opined on the subject at least twice that I’ve seen, including the post linked just above, and including this column from November 4, 2016, mere days before Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton on that pivotal day we all remember.

Anthony Weiner is not Russian, and his laptop was in New York City. Not Moscow or Rostov or Novosibirsk. When Weiner surrendered his laptop, complete with some 650,000 emails he collected, many of them from his estranged wife Huma Abedin, the professional and personal intimacy of whose relationship with Hillary Clinton could well be something for a grand jury to examine soon, to law enforcement investigating him for having sent lewd messages to a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina, it had nothing to do with The Russians!

It’s important for everyone to recognize this, because for all her tired and shopworn presentation and rhetoric, Hillary Clinton is actually something new in American presidential politics. And no, the something new is not her God-given plumbing.

It’s that today’s Democrats are the first people stupid enough to nominate a presidential candidate under criminal investigation by the FBI.

Strike that — under multiple criminal investigations by the FBI.

She was, was not, and now is under investigation for the likely mishandling of government documents with respect to her e-mails. When FBI director James Comey prematurely, and mistakenly, cut her loose from that investigation in July, the conventional wisdom spun by her sycophants in the major media was that she was no longer under investigation, which they alleged was tantamount to an exoneration.

But at no time in 2016 was Hillary Clinton not under FBI investigation, because the FBI was also probing the Clinton Foundation for allegations of pay-to-play public corruption, bribery, and fraud. The presence of that investigation only became public this week thanks to acts of journalism committed by the Wall Street JournalFox News and others.

And these problems long predated the arrival on the scene of WikiLeaks, which has dumped out two sets of highly damaging material the Democrats would much rather not have made it into the public eye; the Democratic National Committee’s emails and those of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

The DNC cache was fairly devastating stuff, to be sure, as it exposed to a large extent the collusion between the party and its allies in the mainstream media — not to mention the corrupt manner in which it rigged its primary process in order to freeze out any competition for Hillary by other Democrats and specifically to freeze Bernie Sanders out of the nomination. Former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a slavish minion to the Clinton machine, was forced out of her post as a result of those disclosures; she was replaced by the more-recently disgraced Donna Brazile, who lost a lucrative talking-head gig at CNN after WikiLeaks revealed she had fed the candidate questions to be asked at CNN-hosted debates on multiple occasions.

But the Democrats have suffered most from the dumping-out of the Podesta emails — a disaster which is ongoing, as WikiLeaks continues to drip them out daily in batches that seem to be successively more damaging. It should be mentioned that as of this writing — though perhaps not as of our readers’ seeing this column — no emails have surfaced between Podesta and Hillary Clinton; one can imagine very reasonable fear within the party that if and when such emails surface it could be cataclysmic for all involved. WikiLeaks front man Julian Assange continues to promise that soon it will be obvious that Clinton will be indicted thanks to the material he is firing out into cyberspace, and it isn’t difficult to imagine this is what he’s driving at.

Emphasis mine.

Of course the infamous Adam Schiff was one of the main players touting the Russia Russia Russia lie–that the DNC leak originated there. It was, as we now know from retrospect, one of numerous false claims concerning Russia and those inside America warring against the Deep State. See Trump many times over, for instance. Assange responded to Schiff’s claim by pointing out that the US has interfered in at least 81 elections since 1950. Moreover, Assange said that the Wikileaks emails proved that the DNC rigged the primary against Bernie Sanders for Clinton:

“The United States government since 1950 has intervened in eighty-one elections, interfered to use Schiff’s language. That is not including coups which have overthrown the government. There is a long history of the United States doing this to places around the world. Infamous ways. I think we should understand that the United States is in a glass house when it comes to allegations of attempting to interfere with election results.

“From our perspective, we have just published accurately and fairly what Hillary Clinton said her positions were in her secret speeches and any relation to the DNC and its attempt to rig the primary to exclude Bernie Sanders. The heart of the issue is whether people were told the truth about the DNC. If there hadn’t been an ugly truth there, it wouldn’t have made a difference.”

Given the most recent blockbuster election fraud scandal in the 2020 Deep State steal from Trump, is there any doubt that Assange has been over the target, and over the target for a long time, even back to the days when this kind of stuff was just lunatic conspiracy theory? Indeed, Julian Assange was a bystander-hero long before writers like me jumped into the information war fighting for truth against our enemies. This article now must end because it is already long and substantive enough as an introduction of sorts, but do understand that these leaks are abundant in scope, revealing dark and difficult truths concerning US politicians, celebrities, and the child-torture racket and occult rituals. In a very real, not-so-indirect way, Julian Assange led us right to Sean “Diddy” Combs, who is the latest “star” to be implicated in crimes against children. There is a reason the Obamas and Clintons of the world want him dead. And there is a reason his wife and millions of others are afraid of what might happen to him if he is shipped back to the US.

Warning on this next one–EXTREMELY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING.

Those don’t even touch the surface. More to come.

In the meantime, this short four-minute video will provide more context, some of which may be unbelievable, some of which points to the reason I have floated the notion from time to time that there is a good side to all of this moral chaos and carnage fighting for us. As we enter the holiest of days in this holiest of weeks, may we all pray that is true.


May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.