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Did you know that a flea can jump 130 times higher than their own height? If you are looking for something that can leap tall buildings in a single bound look on your cat LOL Fleas are pests none of us like however.

Did you know that the household pest, the fly, is actually the most dangerous of all? Because they like to visit animal and human waste, they are carriers of many diseases. Not to mention they are just a pain.

The loudest mammal is the blue whale. It can prove sounds as high as 188 decibels. And you guys thought I played my music too loud when I was a teenager…

Speaking of snow… Did you know if you could throw a snowball fast enough it would completely vaporize before your eyes? Just don’t throw it that fast at me…

If you think a desert is dry, try the moon. It is one million times drier than the Gobi Desert. If you visit the moon bring lots of water.

A google is actually a word. It comes from the word googul which is a 1 followed by a hundred zeros.

Ever heard of hook worms? These blood sucking worms infest over 700 million people worldwide. AND YOU WORRY ABOUT YOUR DOG?

Do not use an infrared camera to try and find a polar bear, their translucent fur makes them almost invisible to one. Not that I would go looking for one anyway.

Your brain is 80% water. Think about the electricity used in the brain to send signals. Mixing electricity with water is not recommended. LOL

Allergies? Did you know that one ragweed plant can produce over a billion seeds of pollen? Sounds kind of snotty to me.

Yes, once again, my fun but interesting facts have either caught your attention or bored you to death. Hope it was enjoyable.

The Inhumanity of Julian Assange’s Detainment

A heavy burden has been placed upon me tonight after reading Julian Assange’s physician records.   An incredible voice for truth is truly being tortured mentally in the Embassy because of the British government’s refusal to give him safe passage.  The possible extradition to the United States and what would happen in America weighs on him greatly and so is my sympathy and compassion for this great man.  We as human beings who are supposed to be humane and just have done little to nothing for Julian.  The reason why? We are selfish beings who only care about the little worlds we have created for ourselves. 14685887042109

Men like Assange are only useful to the general population when they can be used for certain gains, which in his case are political. When we are in need of his leaks, he is a hero and considered a great asset. When we are done using him, we forget about his plight because of our own lack of consideration for others.  People lack sympathy, empathy and any sense of compassion in today’s society, so a man like Mr Assange will continue to suffer.

People don’t understand the suffering endured by not getting regular exercise and fresh air or proper medical treatment.  If they have never had to live in the situation Julian does they do not understand the complications it causes. We know that isolation is physically bad for us over long periods of time but there are psychological factors at play as well.  People become mentally instable, some have hallucinations and lose all sense of time.  They begin to have trouble understanding and relating to other’s needs and feelings.

Another thing scientists have found is that the individual becomes restless, agitated, and cannot sleep.  Paranoia may set in.  In Julian’s case, he has a right to be paranoid as the Police in London are always trying to spy.  Lack of sleep is going to make this feeling stronger as days go on. His mental cognition and ability to concentrate has been effected by the constant isolation from the outside world.

Most people who are finally freed of this find that they are no longer the same person and cannot communicate with others as they once did.  Family and friends are not viewed as they once they were. Biologists believe that human emotions evolved because they aided co-operation among our early ancestors who benefited from living in groups. Their primary function is social.  Isolating an individual socially has long term effects socially as well.  Most people describe a feeling of being numb and no longer experiencing emotions.  Some never interact properly again.

Julian is not getting enough socially in order to maintain a proper emotional outlook.  He cannot see his family or children for fear they will be threatened.  He has to have all visitors vetted properly for fear of spying devices brought in, possible explosives or even food poisoning.  This must add to any paranoia he would already experience and make him highly anxious.  The report stated he has trouble sleeping at night. Can you blame him?

The lack of sunlight Julian is experiencing can cause all sorts of problems from depression to softer bones. It can cause heart disease in men, it can cause your body to be unable to rid itself of infections and viruses like the flu, and can also cause obesity.  Those who spend an extended time at night exposed to artificial lights have shown an inclination to the development of breast and prostate cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. So how is Julian doing it?article-0-1544E044000005DC-669_306x423

Well, I know from reading several articles that he uses a special light for 20 minutes twice a day but this is not the same thing as actual daylight.  The depression he must feel at times from the isolation has to be heightened by the lack of sunlight.  Let’s face it, even prisoners get an hour outside each day.

What is happening to Julian Assange is not only inhumane but against his human rights as the UN has ruled.  Great Britain needs to give this man safe passage even if it is just to Ecuador where he can continue his political asylum.  This is cruel and unusual punishment for a man who according to authorities jumped bail to seek asylum.  All allegations from Sweden have been dropped and there is no excuse for continuing this horrible behavior towards this innocent man.

Please write to the Palace of Westminster which houses Parliament and demand his release as well as to Prime Minister Theresa May.

Theresa May via email:

https://email.number10.gov.uk/

You can contact Parliament here

http://www.parliament.uk/site-information/contact-us/

 

You can also help by supporting wikileaks and Julian Assange by donating to wikileaks.org or justice4assange.commy human.png

Jeff Sessions’ Attack on Leakers

In a news conference this morning, Jeff Sessions announced his intentions to crackdown on leakers and stated “Leakers Will Be Prosecuted.”  He stated this a warning to the past leakers and the would be leakers of classified information to the public.  Add this to Pompeo’s attack on freedom of speech and free press and We The People have a problem folks.  I am not talking about those within the Trump administration who are dropping fake files to every news site that will take them, I am talking about true whistleblowers like Edward Snowden and Sean Rich.

We elected these officials to do their job, not to violate our First Amendment laws.  True whistleblowers should be protected from this type of persecution. Of course if you dump a fake memo or dossier out there you should be prosecuted for perjury because it was untrue.  If the United States is planning a strike against North Korea, this should not be leaked either. However, if the documents show proof of government corruption, the public should know.

The publisher of any leak should not be prosecuted unless the publishing of these documents led directly to the death of military personnel.  Proof of this must be made public as well.  If it were not for publishers such as Wikileaks, we would not know about the DNC and Podesta emails or the constant spying our government does.  We The People have a right to know what our government is up to. In the case of military strikes, we should have the information available as soon as it is safe to do so.  Transparency is key.

I believe that most of the recent leaks in the Trump administration were done by globalists, socialists and anti-democracy individuals in order to undermine the Constitution and make Trump look like a fool. Jeff Sessions has a right to go after these people as undermining our Republic is traitorous.  When I say undermining, I mean trying to take down a standing President by dropping fake documents to make him look criminal. (For ex: fake Trump dossier, other fake newspaper articles, etc)

I wouldn’t really call fake articles leaking, I call that lying plain and simple.  Whistleblowing is an all together different thing. For instance, it has been stated that Seth Rich leaked the DNC emails.  This was a case of whistleblowing because the DNC was doing something criminal which was fixing the election.  By leaking this information, he exposed corruption. This should not be illegal, but the whistleblower should be protected.  So should Wikileaks in this case for publishing these emails.  Same with whoever gave the Podesta emails to Wikileaks.  This also was whistleblowing.

The person(s) who brought to light the fake Trump dossier however, should be prosecuted for dumping it into the public eye because it was misleading and a lie.  The organization that publishes these documents should verify that they are real and not fake as Wikileaks does.

Right now, I think Jeff Sessions has bigger fish to fry than fake leakers.  He needs to be investigation the Clinton Cartel, Obama, Rice and Comey instead of shirking his duties and promises to bring them down.  Trump needs to push Sessions to do his duty for the We The People and ask for a special prosecutor in that case.  Also, let’s stop violating the first amendment with threats to people who may reveal the truth.

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President Donald Trump on Wikileaks: the Famous 180

While Donald Trump was campaigning and the leaks from the DNC and John Podesta were circulation, he stated how much he loved Wikileaks. In fact, several times he made us believe he was an ally of Julian Assange for sharing these documents. In fact he talked about Wikileaks 164 times in the last month of his campaign.  So what happened?

Stop. Back in 2010, Donald Trump wanted the death penalty for Wikileaks founder Assange.  So, you can surmise that Trump did a 180 when Wikileaks seemed to support him with the emails. After the election, the President revised the statement, “I love Wikileaks” to “No, I don’t support or unsupport. It was just information.”

How can you go from supporting an organization and then overnight denying that you supported it?  This is just my opinion, but from what I am seeing he is very influenced by other’s opinions within his own administration.  For instance, Mike Pompeo, his choice for CIA director was quoted as saying:

The group “walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service.”

On Friday, April 21st, 2017, Trump stated that arresting Assange would be okay with him.  I support Trump but this 180 makes him look bad.  After all Julian did to show how corrupt the opposition was (which she is a criminal regardless), and essentially nailed the election for Donald, he shows no support afterwards.  This disgusts me.

I don’t think Wikileaks was supporting Trump however. Assange stated that he investigated both candidates and Hillary was the only one who had lots of dirt that people hadn’t seen before.  If there had been dirt given to him on Trump, we would have seen it.  However, Trump always speaks of loyalty but in this case, he jumped ship himself.

There is a word that describes this 180 that will make many mad that I use it who are Trump supporters themselves, it’s hypocrisy.  This is the only thing I have found I am angry about with the President. Julian truly needs his support to gain freedom and Trump turned on him.

Please write the President and voice your concerns about this.

For emails and phone calls you can look here:

https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/write-or-call

To write the President via snail mail the address is

The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Please support the only real truth out there anymore by donating to wikileaks.org or justice4assange.com . You can also support him via social media. Thank you

 

 

Macron and Julian Assange

Recently, Wikileaks published a number of emails from regarding France’s leader, Emmanuel Macron titled Macronleaks which includes 25,430 emails.  Many of which show Macron’s true character as a Deep State politician.  Due to this Macron has threatened to arrest Julian by using his lawyers and through another source.  Julian has stated that if he wants to threaten him do it himself as seen on @JulianAssange ‘s twitter feed. 1C6006092-110810-julian-assange-11a.today-inline-large

Also on Julian’s twitter feed is this:DGPP3PyXkAAqrM4.jpg

Obviously, the “establishment” handpicked this man for future use as a politician.  The Deep State which seems to be worldwide and appears to be owned by the Bildeberg’s or what is known as the Illuminati, does not like their information published.  Emmanuel Macron is in fact connected to them if you look at this:

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It always amazes me how these people do a 180 on their views of Assange and Wikileaks when the dirt is on them.  Admittedly, having the skeletons in your closet released is not fun but as a politician I believe you should be as transparent and honest as possible.  This leaves no room for investigation into you once you obtain office and will keep you honest if you fear exposure.

Here is an interesting article on the Macron leaks that Julian shared on his twitter feed.

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All I can say is that if Macron wants to arrest Julian he needs to get in line behind the UK and the US as they want him as well. For what? Sharing the truth and exposing the criminal behavior of military operations and governments to the people who deserve to know.631398424.jpg

Why is Julian Assange Considered a Refugee?

The definition of political refugee is “a refugee from an oppressive government.” So you are wondering what makes Julian fall under this definition right? Well another definition is “a person who has fled from a homeland because of political persecution.”  If you look at Assange’s case, you will see he fits under this definition. I will explain as I go along so bear with me.ap-julian-assange-jc-170519

Julian was born in Australia and is still considered a citizen there. However, by rights, he is also considered a citizen of the United Kingdom. How is this possible? According to wikipedia:

Australia is a Monarchy which is a form of government in which a hereditary king or queen serves as the nation’s sovereignAustralia is governed under a form of constitutional monarchy, largely modelled on the Westminster system of parliamentary government, while incorporating features unique to the Constitution of Australia.

So in essence, the Queen of England is the sovereign leader.  Thereby making any citizen of Australia a citizen of the England.

Britain has persecuted Assange in that they arrested him on allegations he raped someone in Sweden with the intention of extraditing him to the United States.  The allegations of rape never became charges and were officially dropped in May of this year. So why is Assange still in the Embassy you ask? Because Britain wants to arrest him anyway for missing a bail hearing and taking refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy.  Julian has been in there for over 5 years. Isn’t that long enough for missing a bail hearing?  A bail hearing that a normal citizen would be fined for and not jailed?  So why is Britain continuing with their siege of the Embassy.

I have two theories that probably go together in the end. First Britain still wants to extradite Assange to the US to supposedly face trial there. However, under the NDAA law passed in 2011 by Barrack Obama, the US can detain him indefinitely without trial.  Britain stands to gain from the extradition because the US is their closest ally.  The US buys a substantial amount of products from the UK.  Also, let’s face it, the United States is considered the most powerful country in the world.

My second theory is that they are sore about the money they have spent to keep the Embassy under seige.  To them, letting Assange go would be likeY a kick in the ass.  You are still asking how does this make him a refugee correct?

The whole reason that Assange was arrested was based on the information published on Wikileaks about Iraq that they obtained from Manning and began publishing them on November 28th, 2010.  Before that, according to wikipedia “in April 2010, WikiLeaks released the so-called Collateral Murder footage from the 12 July 2007 Baghdad airstrike in which Iraqi journalists were among those killed.”

The US government was not happy to say the least. We know that the CIA in particular would want to take Wikileaks out and how better than to first defame Assange as a rapist and then have him arrested on said charges and extradited?  Many supporters believe that the whole thing was a set up to smear Julian and discredit Wikileaks.  I also think they set him up.  How better to get to a man than through sex?

By releasing the documents that they did, Assange became a political prisoner who could not see any way out of the situation he was in. Many in America were screaming not only for a trial but for his death.  In any case, all Julian was truly guilty of was exposing the truth of a corrupt government.

Are you beginning to see the picture here?  Britain was never going to let Mr. Assange go.  They had no intention of sending him to Sweden and he knew that, so he sought political asylum in Ecuador. He could not leave Britain as the government had taken his credentials so he had no choice.  So for 5 years Julian has lived in a box not much bigger than a walk in closet. By seeking asylum from a government who intended on making him pay for telling the truth, he is imprisoned in that Embassy with no other options but to stay.

So ask yourself, is this fair?  Is it humane to keep a man inside a box for 5 years and counting?  Is it right to not let him see his children grow up, to isolate him from the world for doing nothing wrong?  Well, is it?

The UN ruled that Britain was in violation of his human rights and to release him immediately and yet the UK government refused.  To me, this makes every government official guilty of tyranny and is no better than the Nazi regime who imprisoned Jews based on their racial background.  You could compare this treatment to Gitmo and the torture that goes on there.

Can Assange ever be the same man he was? No. That is impossible. He lost his freedom and pays a price higher than most would.  Perhaps, he could’ve stopped publishing the truth but that is not within him.  He is a political refugee and only we can help him.

Petition the British government. Write them scathing letters. Write to the US government as well.  Support Wikileaks and Julian on social media.  Help us educate who do not know of his plight.  Julian is a publisher, and editor, a journalist and a hero.

Please donate to his legal fund at http://www.justice4assange.comfree-assange5k in 30 days

If you read the news today or watch it for that matter, I guarantee you come across something about the Awan brothers and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Depending on which venue you watch or read, it may be in defense or for prosecution. Either way, they have made news headline. Let me explain a little whyIn 2016, Debbie W. Schultz was fired from the DNC after data reached Wikileaks regarding the fixing of the primaries for Hillary Clinton. Afterwards, Clinton hired Schultz to help with her campaign. This alone should have put her in jail but we are finding that some people are above the law in this country.

The case against Imran Awan is  not necessarily just about bank fraud. Though the two IT specialists definitely belong in jail, there is a bigger story hiding behind it.  These two IT guys had access to emails and the electronic files of the House’s Intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committees for years. It turns out they were transferring documents to remote servers and also stealing equipment. Both men were fired upon being found out, but guess who kept Imran on their payroll? None other than Debbie Wasserman Schultz. So inessence, DWS violated Congressional ethics by keeping Imran on her payroll.

According to the Hill:

Wasserman Schultz said in a statement last week that her office had previously reviewed details of the investigation and found “no evidence to indicate that laws had been broken, which over time, raised troubling concerns about due process, fair treatment and potential ethnic and religious profiling.”

So, bank fraud for over 200k is no longer illegal?  I guess that goes along with fixing a primary.  What else has this woman had her hands in?  Is it possible the Seth Rich murder could lead back to her?  How about all the murders of lawyers investigation voter fraud in her district? Where would that lead?What about the video of Schultz threatening the DC Police Captain?

Debbie Wasserman Schultz threatening DC Police Captain

 

All I know is that Schultz needs to be investigated and I don’t see anyone starting one.images (6).jpg