Let’s start with the Guardian and their constant attempts to smear and further promote reasons for the U.S. government to extradite Assange. Last week, Luke Harding of the Guardian along with Villavicencio and Dan Collyns, reported that Paul Manafort had met with Julian. Of course, this was fake news. Wikileaks immediately countered this lie and is now seeking to sue the Guardian for slander. You can help them with their legal fees by donating here.
Further attempts to slander Assange by the Guardian in recent months include a supposed plan to smuggle Julian out of the Embassy to Russia which falls in line with accusations of Wikileaks and the supposed connection to Russia in the 2016 election. Another garbage story co-written by Luke Harding with two other authors seen here. Another fabrication by Luke Harding is #OperationHotel a supposed list of people who visited Assange in 2017 that is completely an invention of his deluded mind to sell his fiction. (See below tweet)
Another complete fictional concoction from the Guardian was written in September claiming anonymous sourcesinvolving Russia claim a conspiracy during the 2016 election which is being used in the supposed DNC lawsuit against Wikileaks. Yet another “fake news” story by the Guardian to try and destroy and Assange and Wikileaks. (See below tweet from @AssangeLegal)
It is time for all of us to #BoycottTheGuardian and stop reading their malicious lies and support Assange and Wikileaks who have 11 year so accurate validated documents and journalism. The Guardian is no longer a news source but only comes close to National Enquirer in truth anymore.
Ecuador’s Lenin Moreno Has Been Trying to Sell Assange to the U.S As Early As May 2017
Yes, it’s true. Ecuador’s Moreno has been trying to trade Assange for loans from the U.S. government for some time now according to the New York Times (seen here). In fact, Manafort himself was doing the brokering. However, the article uses the term “holed up” which is completely untrue as Assange has political asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy and the wording holed up is incorrect. Also there was never a rape charge only allegations by Sweden as both girls said it was consensual. It was a set up so they could extradite Mr. Assange to the U.S.
Quoted from the New York Times article:
“Mr. Manafort made the trip mainly to see if he could broker a deal under which China would invest in Ecuador’s power system, possibly yielding a fat commission for Mr. Manafort.
But the talks turned to a diplomatic sticking point between the United States and Ecuador: the fate of the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
In at least two meetings with Mr. Manafort, Mr. Moreno and his aides discussed their desire to rid themselves of Mr. Assange, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London since 2012, in exchange for concessions like debt relief from the United States, according to three people familiar with the talks, the details of which have not been previously reported.”
Once the Mueller investigation started, Manafort’s talks with Ecuador ended. However, it is obvious that Moreno continued to broker with the U.S. government to evict Assange and see him extradited to the United States to face charges as he put him in solitary confinement for 8 months and has instilled an unrealistic protocol for Julian to follow recently.
A human being should never be up for sale like they are property. Julian Assange is an innocent man who has never stood trial. He does not deserve to be treated like cattle. He also does not deserve the treatment he has been given for simply being a real journalist who shared the truth with the public. It is ridiculous that he has been illegally detained for 8 years, 6 of which have been in the Embassy without sunlight, fresh air or proper medical care without any sign of relief in sight. #ItsTime we rise up and put our boots to the ground and protest this obvious violation of human rights and free press.
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