Why Unity is Necessary for Results in Freeing Assange

In recent days, there have been attacks on the #Unity4J movement. It doesn’t matter by who or even what side of the political spectrum did this. What matters is that attacks on fellow Assange supporters and on the Unity4J movement only hurt Julian Assange.  Yes, that’s right.  These attacks only help the deep state to keep him right where they want him, which is detained with deteriorating health.  Their goal is the slow murder of a journalist and publisher who believes in justice and what is right. The only way they will win this battle is using the divide and conquer strategy and so far, they have managed to divide many of us based on political affiliation.

Julian himself talked about unity:DmBtdR6XsAAB77vjulian tweet

“There is unity in the oppression. There must be absolute unity and determination in the response.” ~Julian Assange

According to Wikipedia seen here:

Tradition attributes the origin of the motto to Philip of Macedonia: διαίρει καὶ βασίλευε diaírei kài basíleue, in ancient Greek: «divide and rule»

Divide and rule (or divide and conquer, from Latin dīvide et imperā) in politics and sociology is gaining and maintaining power by breaking up larger concentrations of power into pieces that individually have less power than the one implementing the strategy. The concept refers to a strategy that breaks up existing power structures, and especially prevents smaller power groups from linking up, causing rivalries and fomenting discord among the people. It was heavily used by British Empire in India and elsewhere.[1]

They used this strategy at Standing Rock to divide and conquer the movement as seen in this article:

“How do you conquer a nation?

Distract them with football games, political circuses and Black Friday sales. Keep them focused on their differences—economic, religious, environmental, political, racial—so they can never agree on anything. And then, when they’re so divided that they are incapable of joining forces against a common threat, start picking them off one by one.”

This is also working in the movement to Free Julian Assange.  Government Operatives posing as activists start with dropping seeds of doubt and pushing an agenda against what they call the “opposition.”  The opposition being people from what they call the “other side” or different political parties.  They use familiar terms to put them down which causes a break in forces.  Suddenly the movement is divided in half and its strength is half of what it once was.  Remember the old adage “There is strength in numbers.”  In this battle against the powers that be, it is more than true.

We are fighting against an extremely powerful foe, we are fighting against 2 of the strongest governments in the world.  We cannot be divided by our beliefs.  We cannot let politics come between us in this fight.  It will destroy us from within and thus take the life of a hero.  BnWq7XDZ

The above picture is a good example of what the power of the people against tyranny can do.  The persecution and abuse of Assange is exactly that, tyranny.  It is a fight for our rights as human beings to be treated fairly.  It is fight for free speech against a fascist state.  If we do not stand, we will inevitably fail in our endeavors.  Regardless, of our feelings towards another we need to act as one.

According to the Webster Dictionary, seen here the definition of unity is as follows:

  1. the quality or state of not being multiple
  2.  a condition of harmony
  3. the quality or state of being made one 

What comes to mind is the old truth as well, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall.”  Do people not see that we are not fighting for a political side but for a man’s life? His life depends on us unifying and fighting together.  He has no chance at survival or freedom of we do not become as one in this battle.  No one person or small group can stand up against 2 governments so powerful and win.  We need everyone on the same side.  Do we really want to let Deep State win and destroy the only person willing to suffer that we know the truth?

I appeal to all those involved to take into consideration that Julian’s life is in danger and put aside their political differences to We need to save him before it’s too late! qKZuF_E0

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Is it the beginning of the End of Free Speech? First They Came for Assange

Julian Assange has been warning us for over a decade that free speech and free press were under attack and yet no one seemed to care.  Many journalists including myself have been warning the public that silencing Assange would set a precedent for future generations to invariably lose those rights.  Unfortunately, on March 28th,2018, President Lenin Moreno of Ecuador, (being coerced by the US government with threats to hold back funds), isolated Assange by removing his right to internet, phone and visitors. This essentially put an innocent publisher and journalist in solitary confinement. (Article on Disobedient Media seen here and my article on solitary confinement here  ) It continues on indefinitely without an end in sight.  Since then, many journalists have been suspended from social media, 3 were kidnapped and assassinated in Ecuador, 2 Reuter journalists have been imprisoned and much more. It makes me wonder who will be next on their agenda.2hfqji

Shortly after Assange was silenced, 3 journalists were murdered in Ecuador as seen here.  They were investigating violence along the Columbian border in Ecuador when they were effectively targeted and murdered.  Julian Assange wrote a letter while silenced and sent out through his lawyers expressing his sympathy (seen below). He was deeply affected by these murders.AUBpKaTK

Then there was the suspension of Lauri Love, Peter Van Buren, InfoWars and Alex Jones from social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.  This was a direct hit on free press and free speech from Silicon Valley.  An attempt was made to silence Caitlin Johnstone on Twitter but there was enough people who refused to allow this that Twitter reinstated her account. @WSWSUpdates has also been censored. ( Link found here).The ongoing attacks on journalists and Tweeters by @Jack and FB’s censoring of  journalists who publish the truth is just the beginning of internet censorship I am afraid.CaitOz

UK journalist, Tommy Robinson was imprisoned for telling the truth recently ( link here.) due to exposing pedophiles. Also, as stated by the Press Gazette in the article referenced here:

“Since the launch of Operation Weeting five years ago at least 67 UK journalists have been arrested and/or charged.”

“Over the last five years the UK has arrested more journalists than anywhere else in the Western world. Globally, the countries that compete with us include the likes of Eritrea and Iran.”

This article includes a list of the 67 journalists arrested in the past five years but does not include Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange who has been detained by the UK in the Ecuadorian Embassy as a political asylee for 6 years.  The British government has literally turned it into an alternative to the Tower of London for political prisoners. The UN ruled the detainment illegal as seen here

“United Nations panel has ruled that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been unlawfully detained at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, according to reports.”

In December of 2017, two Reuters journalists were imprisoned in Myhanmar as seen here.  The NY Times stated that imprisoned journalists have reached a record high in 2017 as seen here. Acoording to the New York Times:

“The number of journalists jailed around the world in connection with their work has reached a record high of 262, according to a new report, with just over half of them imprisoned in Turkey, China or Egypt.”

According to the Washington Post (seen here) 18 journalists were killed last year making it one of the most dangerous years recorded to be a journalist.  This same article states that there are over 182 journalists jailed worldwide which is a more current article than the Times.  Either way, writing for a living has become a threat rather than rewarding.  Just ask Julian Assange, who has been detained illegally for the last 8 years, spent 6 of those years in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in a room no bigger than a large office without fresh air, sunlight and proper medical care.

As I said before, Assange has been talking about the reasons why we need to defend free speech for over a decade. One of his quotes states “The First Amendment unapologetically nurtures the democratization of knowledge. With the internet, it has reached its full potential.The US public defends free speech more passionately, but the First Amendment only truly lives through its repeated exercise. The First Amendment explicitly prevents the executive from attempting to restrict anyone’s ability to speak and publish freely. ”  There is much truth in this statement when the internet is not censored as it has been recently. Another quote from Julian: “I mean there’s enormous pressures to harmonize freedom of speech legislation and transparency legislation around the world – within the E.U., between China and the United States. Which way is it going to go? It’s hard to see.”

“Our ability to communicate is important because from it derives everything that we think about as civilized in a civilization,every law, every regulation,every constitution & in fact every other right derives from the practice of communicating with each other.”–Julian Assange

Yet, if the free press obeys considerations above informing the public, we are no longer talking about a free press, and we are no longer talking about an informed public. ~Julian Assange

If you don’t speak up–if you give up what’s uniquely yours as a human being: if you surrender your consciousness,your independence,your sense of what’s right & what’s wrong –perhaps without knowing it, you become passive & controlled, unable to defend yourself & those you love. ~~Julian Assange

“Our ability to communicate is important because from it derives everything that we think about as civilized in a civilization,every law, every regulation,every constitution & in fact every other right derives from the practice of communicating with each other.”– @JulianAssange https://t.co/zElm37zw26

Julian Assange is literally a mentor of Free Speech and Free Press as he has stood strong and courageous against the US government for nearly a decade.  He has stood up for other’s rights and been a defender of whistleblowers.  His silencing is definitely setting the precedent for the silencing of other voices.  DmU6G0EU4AE5DBy.jpg

If we as a people do not stand up against the war on our rights to free speech and free press around the world, we will ultimately lose those inalienable rights and be ruled by governments that do not answer to the people. If you listen to this video of Julian talking about why free speech is so important, you will have a better understanding.

“If the law is put in charge of the right to communicate, then the law is put in charge of the law. Which is inherently corrupt” — Unreleased footage of from documentary filmmaker . New film about just released: (Wikileaks Art twitter post)

video link

In 2012, Julian Assange was quoted as saying:

“Will the United States of America return to & affirm the revolutionary values it was founded on or will it lurch off the precipice, dragging us all into a dangerous & opressive world in which journalists fall silent & citizens must whisper in the dark?” — (2012)

The world as we know it is changing drastically every day. Unfortunately, it does not appear to be for the better, as governments are waging war for more control through the silencing of our voices.  In fact, it appears as though the days of Nazi Germany are around the corner.  When will our governments take complete control of the media and require us to burn our books and our history?  Many in America are already taking down Confederate statues hoping to erase the Civil War from our history.  Will we allow our governments to control our minds in the future?  Propaganda and the brainwashing of the populace is more prevalent now then it ever was with the constant use of computers and TVs.  Independent journalists are the only real source of what was once known as journalism and good reporting.  When will put our foot down and say enough is enough?  Will we die and leave a legacy of inaction and sedentary? It is time to rise up and give our countries back to the people and not allow us to rule us like serfs and slaves.

“The world cannot afford, and the constitution does not permit, a muzzle placed on the work that transparency organisations do to inform the American and global public.” –Julian Assange


“If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” 
― George Orwell

“If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”
― George Washington

“Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech.” 
― Benjamin Franklin

“It is not so much freedom of speech but the right to truth that great men protect.” 
― Criss Jami

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A pardon for Assange? How It Can Be Done Explained

images (3).jpegWith the United States DoJ looking to prosecute Julian Assange on espionage charges  under the outdated Espionage Act of 1911, and also for theft of gocernment property and also the recent threat of eviction from the Ecuador Embassy in London, it has become obvious that it is time for President Trump to act. According to several different sources, Jeff Sessions has reopened the case against Assange.  Seen here, iamwikileaks.org explains the charges:

Trump DOJ charges

In an April 2017 address to the Center for Strategic and International Studies, CIA Director Mike Pompeo’s delivered a tirade against WikiLeaks, in which he declared the organisation a “hostile intelligence service” and said, “we can no longer allow Assange and his colleagues the latitude to use free speech values against us.”

Later that month, several media outlets reported that the Trump Department of Justice had prepared charges to prosecute WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange, each with slightly different information about what the charges might entail.

The Washington Post reported that US officials are “taking a second look at a 2010 leak of diplomatic cables and military documents and investigating whether the group bears criminal responsibility for the more recent revelation of sensitive CIA cyber-tools, according to people familiar with the case.” During Manning’s court martial, the government’s lawyers attempted to prove that Assange “conspired” in the 2010 disclosures by “directing” Manning to leak certain documents. In her statement to the court explaining her actions, Manning directly rejected this claim, saying no one from WikiLeaks ever directed her, and the military judge acquitted her of “aiding the enemy.”

The Post also reported that prosecutors have been “drafting a memo possibly including conspiracy, theft of government property or violating the Espionage Act.” CNN reported that one of the key elements for investigators was related to WikiLeaks work assisting NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Throughout his presidential campaign, Donald Trump praised WikiLeaks for publishing documents from the DNC, even saying, “I love WikiLeaks”, encouraging them to leak more documents, and publicizing DNC disclosures. In an interview with AP after the charge announcement, however, Trump said that “it’s OK with” him if Assange is arrested.

According to The Guardian seen here:

US authorities has been investigating Assange and WikiLeaks since at least 2010 when it released, in cooperation with publications including the Guardian, more than a quarter of a million classified cables from US embassies leaked by US army whistleblower Chelsea Manning.

Republican politicians expressed fury at the time, accusing Assange of treason, and Trump himself told an interviewer: “I think it’s disgraceful, I think there should be like death penalty or something.”

The April statement made by Mr. Sessions saying that arresting Assange is a priority was shortly after the publication of Vault7 by Wikileaks which is documentation regarding the spying on of citizens by the CIA.  This enraged the former CIA director at the time and he made several statements making it clear he wanted Assange and Wikileaks prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Due to the imminent danger that this has put the publisher Julian Assange in, we need to push President Trump to pardon him. He has a simple option available to him to help free and save Julian Assange,which is a preemptive pardon.  “Julian Assange has not been convicted yet!”, many have stated. Let me explain to you what a preemptive pardon does and is.

The word preemptive according dictionary.com is:

taken as a measure against something possible, anticipated, or feared; preventive; deterrent:

And the definition according to the same site for pardon is:


  1. a release from the penalty of an offense; a remission of penalty, as by a governor.

the document by which such remission is declared.

So inevitably a preemptive pardon is a pardon before the courts have decided to convict.  In other words, President Trump could issue one in order to free Assange of charges written up by the DoJ.

According to Brown University found here:

The President’s pardon power is contained in Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution: “The President…shall have the power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in the cases of impeachment.” (This exception has been attributed by some scholars to a 17th century English constitutional crisis that developed after King Charles II pardoned his friend, the Earl of Danby, who had been impeached by Parliament.) The pardon power is otherwise without limit. The president can pardon anyone for anything, subject only to judgment of public opinion. While it is clearly within the president’s power to issue a pardon in advance of an indictment or trial, it is also true that the pardon power had virtually always been used in a post-conviction context. 


My investigations into preemptive pardons led me here, where I learned of several preemptive pardons issued by former Presidents:

In the case of former President Richard Nixon, he was granted a pardon by President Gerald Ford for any crimes he might have committed during the Watergate scandal, even though Nixon wasn’t charged with or convicted of federal crimes. (This is known as a pre-emptive pardon.) Nixon was able to receive a pardon under the precedent of an 1866 Supreme Court ruling called Ex parte Garland, which allowed for a pardon granted by President Andrew Johnson to remain in force for a former Confederate politician.

Pre-emptive pardons remain rare. In addition to Ford’s Nixon pardon, President George H.W. Bush pardoned former Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger and former CIA official Duane Clarridge in late 1992 before they were tried on Iran-contra Affair charges. (Four others were convicted in the case and also pardoned.)

Though they remain rare, President Trump is perfectly capapble of issuing one in the case of Julian Assange.  This is just one of several options he has in regards to ending the persecution of this journalist.  Another one would be to order the DoJ to end the investigation and drop all charges and the grand jury against Wikileaks and Assange.  In any case, something must be done to aid Julian. His health is deteriorating quickly and he has been detained illegally against 2 UN rulings for nearly 8 years, 6 of which have been in the embassy without fresh air, sunlight or proper medical care.

Please contact President Trump at the White House and demand that he free Assange before it is too late at

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Who Was Really Behind the Silencing of Julian Assange?

Many have speculated on the reasons behind the silencing of Julian Assange and what country coerced Moreno or if the President of Ecuador did it on his own but the fact is that it really wasn’t over his tweets regarding Catalonia.  Nor do I believe that Spain had anything to do with it.  This article is to explain who I think was behind it and why.  I may make some enemies over this but the truth needs to be told. It was the United States, but not who you may think.  The Clintons had nothing to do with it.  The CIA undoubtedly had their hands in it but the answer is surprising to some but not to those of us who have watched this story unfold.104775233-2ED1-REQ-Assange-R1-101617.1910x1000

Let’s start with the latest article from the Financial Times seen here . According to this article:

“Ecuador said on Friday it would borrow over $1.1bn from international lenders including $500m in a repo operation with Goldman Sachs.”

I know you are asking what this has to do with Wikileaks and the silencing of Assange but I will explain.  If you watch Wikileaks’ Twitter at all, they recently posted this article with this statement attached:

goldman sachs

WL has been saying all along that the US used trade and money to coerce Ecuador into gagging Assange. So we now know that Goldman Sachs from Wall Street obviously had their hands in the agreement because they are now lending them money.  Next I will show you an article on how Goldman Sachs who for years was on the border of failing pulled out and why. Here is the link: Link between Goldman Sachs and the Trump administration

As we know according to this article from the Hill, Trump is very much involved with Goldman Sachs and naming it’s top officials.  This is what made me go, “HMMM!”  So many are saying Trump loves Wikileaks and it seemed so pre-election when he stated almost 150 times how much he cared for the organization.  The problem is, in April of 2017, he gave the go ahead to arrest Julian Assange when Sessions said he was making it a priority to take him into custody.  In my article, “Why It Is Dangerous for Assange to Come to the US” I outlined and showed the articles where these statements came from.  I also showed how the former CIA director, Mike Pompeo, (who is now the Secretary of State), did a 180 on Julian and his organization after the election and called not only for his immediate arrest but also called Wikileaks a “hostile non-state intelligence organization”. He compared them to a terrorist organization and was quoted as saying the following:

But Mr. Pompeo’s harshest words were reserved for Julian Assange, calling the WikiLeaks founder a “narcissist” and “a fraud — a coward hiding behind a screen.” (quoted from this article: Pompeo article )

So we have proof that Trump’s state department may be behind the silencing of Assange.  Let’s also look at a former statement from our President in 2011 about Wikileaks and what should be done about Julian Assange in 2010 after Cablegate.  (link ) Here, as a business man, Donald Trump makes the statement:

“I think it’s disgraceful, I think there should be like death penalty or something,” Trump said during the quick exchange.

And here is the same statement: (link)

According to the truthful source based off of Wikileaks iamwikileaks :

Trump DOJ charges

In an April 2017 address to the Center for Strategic and International Studies, CIA Director Mike Pompeo’s delivered a tirade against WikiLeaks, in which he declared the organisation a “hostile intelligence service” and said, “we can no longer allow Assange and his colleagues the latitude to use free speech values against us.”

Later that month, several media outlets reported that the Trump Department of Justice had prepared charges to prosecute WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange, each with slightly different information about what the charges might entail.

The Washington Post reported that US officials are “taking a second look at a 2010 leak of diplomatic cables and military documents and investigating whether the group bears criminal responsibility for the more recent revelation of sensitive CIA cyber-tools, according to people familiar with the case.” During Manning’s court martial, the government’s lawyers attempted to prove that Assange “conspired” in the 2010 disclosures by “directing” Manning to leak certain documents. In her statement to the court explaining her actions, Manning directly rejected this claim, saying no one from WikiLeaks ever directed her, and the military judge acquitted her of “aiding the enemy.”

The Post also reported that prosecutors have been “drafting a memo possibly including conspiracy, theft of government property or violating the Espionage Act.” CNN reported that one of the key elements for investigators was related to WikiLeaks work assisting NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Throughout his presidential campaign, Donald Trump praised WikiLeaks for publishing documents from the DNC, even saying, “I love WikiLeaks”, encouraging them to leak more documents, and publicizing DNC disclosures. In an interview with AP after the charge announcement, however, Trump said that “it’s OK with” him if Assange is arrested.

This is my final reason as to why he was silenced and by whom.  Days before Ecuador took Assange’s rights away to internet, visitors and the phone, Julian Assange had intentions of testifying on Cambridge Analytics.  Some question was his testimony was.  Here is the article from March 20th in the Washington Times. (Cambridge Analytics and Julian Assange )

Regardless of what he was going to prove, Assange was coincidentally isolated days after his intended statement.  I find it rather odd as well that if President Trump truly felt the way he said he did about Wikileaks before his election, that he has done nothing about Assange’s illegal detainment or his solitary confinement for the last 5 months.  In fact, it angers me.  I voted for this man and am ashamed that he is allowing this infringement of first amendment rights and human rights to continue. Looking at all this information, I want you to decide if this is right.

It is time for either the President of the United States to step up and do what is right in this situation or take full responsibility for the evil act that has been placed upon Assange since March 28th, 2018 as his own doing,  It is time we hold Trump accountable for what is happening to this publisher and journalist. It is time we call on Donald Trump to end the persecution of a journalist that has lasted nearly 8 years.  If we do nothing, we are as guilty as the politicians who have instilled this evil on Julian.

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Why It Is Dangerous For Julian Assange to Come to the United States

1C6006092-110810-julian-assange-11a.today-inline-largeThere are some clear statements from senior officials in the United States government regarding Julian Assange, including death threats and the State Department’s intentions towards this publisher.  This article will outline some of these things and show you why 1. Julian Assange took political asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in the first place and 2. Why Assange is still in danger even under the Trump’s state department.  Please bear with me as this might get long.

I will start with the beginning and what made Assange choose to seek political asylum from the United States to begin with.  Both of these items can be found here DkvnHz0WwAE6X4xDljYz6UW4AMLcqR.jpg

The top tweet includes proof that there is a sealed indictment against Assange and that they intend to torture him.  The second one shows their intentions to pass him around from country to country for him to face charges for upwards of 25 years.  I am sure if you have educated yourself on Assange’s plight you know that he simply published documents given to him by whistleblowers and did nothing illegal that other media hasn’t done in the past and are still doing. (Examples are the NY Times and the Washington Post).

Another statement made by Burton in these emails is as follows:

Burton also says he “would pursue [c]onspiracy and [p]olitical [t]errorism charges and declassify the death of a source someone which [he] could link to Wiki” (1074383). Burton’s strategy is to: “[b]ankrupt the arsehole first,” Burton states, “ruin his life. Give him 7-12 yrs for conspiracy.”

“The owner [Julian Assange] is a peacenik. He needs his head dunked in a full toilet bowl at Gitmo.”

This man’s hatred of a journalist and publisher seems to consume him as he spews his animosity for Assange in emails. Upon reading this, one can completely understand Assange’s decision to seek asylum.  He had no other choice as Britian’s agreement with the United States government found here states:

The treaty has been claimed to be one-sided[3] because it allows the US to extradite UK citizens and others for offences committed against US law, even though the alleged offence may have been committed in the UK by a person living and working in the UK (see for example the NatWest Three), and there being no reciprocal right; and issues about the level of proof required being less to extradite from the UK to the US rather than vice versa.[4]

Among other provisions Part 2 of the Act: Extradition to category 2 territories (non-European Arrest warrant territories) removed the requirement on the USA to provide prima facie evidence in extraditions from the UK, requiring instead only reasonable suspicion.[5]

In other words, the United Kingdom is required by the UK-US treaty of 2003 to extradite regardless even if only on suspicion of an illegal act against the US government by any person.  This is incredibly unjust and a despicable act of overreach and use of government power on the United States’ part.

Some will say there is no longer any danger under the Trump administration of this happening.  However, in April of 2017, the Attorney General, Jeff Sessions stated it was a priority to arrest Assange as seen here .  Mike Pompeo, Trump’s Secretary of State, who was CIA director at the time made this statement as seen here :

“WikiLeaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service,” Mr. Pompeo said. 

But Mr. Pompeo’s harshest words were reserved for Julian Assange, calling the WikiLeaks founder a “narcissist” and “a fraud — a coward hiding behind a screen.”

Both of these individuals have incredible power in the US government and seek to destroy Assange.  The current CIA director, Gina Haspel is also known for her torture techniques in the past as seen here

Newly released declassified documents prove once and for all that CIA Director Gina Haspel oversaw torture in Thailand, which the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee knew all along, as Ray McGovern explains.

President Trump gave Jeff Sessions the go ahead regarding the arrest of Julian Assange as well as seen here.

The US President performed a U-turn saying “it’s ok with me” if  is arrested after praising WikiLeaks during his election campaign.

Add to all this the fact that Trump’s state department coerced the country of Ecuador into silencing Assange on March 28th as well as putting his asylum in danger and you have a detailed scenario of what will happen to the creator of Wikileaks.  There is no question that the safest place for Julian is any where other than the United States of America.

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Just My Opinion on Things Assange

I just felt the need to share my thoughts on some things regarding Julian Assange.  First of all, I will talk about the recent offer for immunity for him to testify in a closed door meeting with the Senate Intel Committee and then a few other points going on.1706-ASSANGE-House-Arrest

I don’t trust the Senate Intel Committee to share the truth with us or to not use this against Assange. Let me explain why. In 2017, under the Intel Act of 2018 seen here , the SIC voted nearly unanimously that this be included in the Bill to go before Senate:


It is the sense of Congress that WikiLeaks and the senior leadership of WikiLeaks resemble a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors and should be treated as such a service by the United States.

Basically, this is a repeat on words from Mike Pompeo when he spoke at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC quoted from NBC News.

“CIA Director Mike Pompeo blistered WikiLeaks in a speech Thursday, calling WikiLeaks a “hostile intelligence service” aided by Russia and accused WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of making “common cause with dictators.”

Mike Pompeo’s blistering statement in fact replicated what the SIC would later add to the Intel Bill.

On top of that, we all know that Feinstein has been an Assange hater from the beginning and she is on that committee.  What good could come from him testifying behind a closed door to this committee?  I fear for his safety on this issue/

Rand Paul is asking for complete immunity from all charges for Julian to testify before the Senate and Congress.  I believe this is a good idea as long as Assange does not have to actually appear there but in a random place outside the United States.  I would fear for his life and that someone would assassinate him.

My feelings on the matter is he should be granted immunity from charges without having to testify.  He has done enough for justice and government transparency.  In fact, he works harder in a day then our entire legislative branch does in a year’s time.  He is a modern day hero and does not deserve the torture and human rights violations he is being put through.  They are slowly martyring an innocent man.

I am also tired of hearing people say “Trust the Plan” or that Trump will free him when the time is right.  The time was right the day Trump took office.  Julian’s health is deteriorating at an alarming rate and he has been in solitary confinement for almost 5 months.  The time to free him was YESTERDAY.  By not speaking on this issue, Trump is as guilty as the administration who saw to it he was detained on fake allegations.  Here are a few quotes making my point:

Passivity is the same as defending injustice. ~Deepak Chopra

If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality. ~Desmond Tutu

In the case of Assange, the US and UK governments are the elephants and Julian is the mouse. Only this elephant intends on squashing the mouse for exposing their evil.

Also in recent days, we have seen that the silencing of Assange is setting a precedent to silence other journalists.  This will continue because people are passive and refuse to fight against injustice.  There are a few thousand supporters around the world who are truly fighting for justice for Julian but there is not enough people raising their voice in his defense.  Please don’t be passive.  Don’t have his blood on your hands.  Stand up and raise hell in his defense.

I will finish this with a quote from Assange.

Every time we witness an injustice and do not act, we train our character to be passive in its presence and thereby eventually lose all ability to defend ourselves and those we love.”

The Gagging of a Hero

Julian Assange has been gagged since March 28th of 2018 with no access to internet, phone or visitors. As though it is not bad enough that he has been detained illegally against two UN rulings without sunlight, fresh air, proper medical care or proper exercise since 2012, they have silenced him indefinitely, This is completely against his human rights and is considered torture under the UN Nelson Mandela Rules revised in 2017 as seen here link

“Rule 43
1. In no circumstances may restrictions or disciplinary sanctions amount to
torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. The following
practices, in particular, shall be prohibited:
(a) Indefinite solitary confinement;
(b) Prolonged solitary confinement;”

“Rule 44
For the purpose of these rules, solitary confinement shall refer to the
confinement of prisoners for 22 hours or more a day without meaningful human
contact. Prolonged solitary confinement shall refer to solitary confinement for a
time period in excess of 15 consecutive days.
Rule 45
1. Solitary confinement shall be used only in exceptional cases as a last resort,
for as short a time as possible and subject to independent review, and only pursuant
to the authorization by a competent authority. It shall not be imposed by virtue of a
prisoner’s sentence.
2. The imposition of solitary confinement should be prohibited in the case of
prisoners with mental or physical disabilities when their conditions would be
exacerbated by such measures. The prohibition of the use of solitary confinement
and similar measures in cases involving women and children, as referred to in other
United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice, 28
continues to apply.”DCkvVAiVoAA3AWp

Assange, not being a prisoner but a political refugee, should not even have to comprehend solitary confinement, but his access to the outside world has been removed nonetheless.  Political Asylum should be protection, not punishment.

According to USLegal.com:  US legal link

Political asylum refers to the protection given to political refugees from arrest by a foreign jurisdiction. A nation or embassy that affords such protection is also called asylum. 

Note the word protection. Julian Assange sought asylum for protection from being arrested by the US government due to the threat of treason as seen here:


The US government is still seeking the extradition and arrest of Assange and he is still in danger of torture because Gina Haspel the current CIA head is known for her torture techniques in the past. in a Wikileaks tweet, her enjoyment in torture is exposed.

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Julian has committed no crime.  They accuse him of espionage simply because he published documents given to him by whistleblowers that exposed their war crimes, government criminal activity and the CIA spying on citizens.  Because all three are illegal for a government to participate in, it seems they are seeking vengeance for Wikileaks exposing them.

6 years ago, the Ecuador government of President Correa gave Julian Assange the status of a political asylee and gave him refuge in the Ecuador Embassy in London.  Under Lenin Moreno, his status is being threatened and according to anonymous sources will be revoked soon.  On August 8th of this year according to telesurtv telesur link  Moreno stated the following:

The agreement has to be one that defends Mr. Assange’s life, human rights and international norms,” Moreno said.

“If we arrive at an agreement of that sort, we would be delighted to ask Mr. Assange to abandon the embassy and submit himself to the appropriate trial for not appearing before the British courts which is preferable to spending six years locked up in an embassy.”


However, he has in the past stated that extradition was okay if Assange’s life was not threatened.  Either way the gagging of Assange is against his human rights and is a form of torture.  (read my article How Solitary Confinement Effects the Mind: Plight of Julian Assange ) The fact is that his isolation must be removed soon or the damage done will be irreversible, making it hard for Julian Assange to come back into society the same person.

It appears that the reason for his gag order according to some is that the US State Dept coerced Ecuador into gagging Assange by threatening their trade agreement and offering them military support along their borders.  As the US is now buying more of it’s oil from Ecuador, it appears to be true.

Lenin Moreno, according to the Guardian, (guardian article ):

“Let’s not forget the conditions of his asylum prevent him from speaking about politics or intervening in the politics of other countries. That’s why we cut his communication,”

However, there was never such an agreement made.  Simply put, not only is Moreno guilty of torturing Julian, violating his human rights, going against international law by gagging him, but also infringing on his freedom of speech and yet, you hear nothing from countries who claim to support all this on this atrocity.

The silencing of Assange is setting a precedent against other independent journalists.  Social Media has begun purging journalists who rely on it to make money and survive.  By gagging Julian, Ecuador has made the oppression of Free Speech and Free Speech a norm.  If Assange is extradited to the US and prosecuted, it will become a precedent for the prosecution of journalists worldwide who expose governments and believe in government transparency.

We, as human beings, cannot let this happen. If we allow the ill-treatment of one, it will affect all of us. Soon, free speech will be a thing of a past.  Journalism will be nothing more than propaganda and a memory.  Speaking your mind about things you disagree with will be a crime that is punishable.  If we do nothing about it, future generations will suffer for our complacency.  Can you live with that? I can’t.

What can we do about this?  It’s simple.  Make our voices heard through letters, phone calls, petitions and demonstrations.  We need to make our leaders in the US, the UK, Ecuador and Assange’s home country of Australia, hear our outcry.  We cannot stop until Julian Assange once again can feel the sun in his face, hold his children in his arms and kiss his dear mother’s cheek.

Please contact me if you need addresses or phone numbers at angelfoxmedia@gmail.com


A Cry For Help to Fight to Free Julian Assange

Julian Assanges health is waning which is causing suffering on his part.  6 years in political asylum in a small room in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London is taking it’s toll on his health.  6 years is a long time for a man to go with no sunlight, no fresh air, no proper exercise or medical care. To top it off, on March 28th, President Lenin Moreno of Ecuador removed his rights to the outside world by taking away his internet access, phone and right to have visitors.  This is something you do to a prisoner, not a political refugee.  The effects of this are irreversible.  He will never be the same man.DUfHPK7VAAAQm5Z

Here is a list of medical conditions currently known about Julian Assange:

  1. Swelling in the legs or edema caused by lack of proper exercise. Unfortunately, edema is not a good sign. Edema often is a sign of of a more severe condition.
  2. A root canal is needed for a tooth that was broken while he was in prison in the UK over six years ago.  The pain must be excruciating.  We all know that if it is infected and isn’t taken care of it can cause serious complications
  3. Shoulder pain. He needs tests done to see what is wrong. He has difficulty raising his hands over his shoulders.
  4. Persistent cough.  This can be from constantly breathing fresh air or a sign of another problem.
  5. Vitamin D deficiency.  Lack of sunlight commonly causes many problems including high blood pressure, depression, heart disease and osteoporosis. This may be the cause of his cough.  He also has loss of bone density which is osteoporosis.
  6. Vision issues.  This is caused from not viewing anything further away then perhaps 20 feet.  The furthest view he would have would be the hallway in the Embassy.

Even prisoners are given time outside, exercise and proper medical care.  The UN has ruled this is an illegal detainment and is against his human rights and yet the UK continues to hold him back from leaving over a supposed bail breaking charge.  However, there were never any charges against Assange, only allegations from Sweden and they were dropped in May of 2017.  How can you arrest someone for breaking bail on an issue that no longer exists?  The UK does not want to arrest him for this, they want to hold him for extradition to the US to face espionage charges for publishing documents.

Which is a whole other issue involving Free Press and Free Speech rights which I have discussed in detail before.  Assange is an innocent man who is slowly deteriorating in front of our eyes. We as a human race have to stop this.  He put his life on the line that we would know the truth. He should not be punished for publishing documents that were given to him.  If they prosecute him, then they need to prosecute other media such as the New York Times and Washington Post who have also published the same thing.

By silencing him, they have already set a precedent on silencing other independent journalists and censoring them.  It has begun to happen already with the silencing of people like Alex Jones.  Unlike other journalists however, Assange is suffering.  Many government officials have even called for his death.  Others want to see him tortured as seen in this document Wikileaks posted from the Stratfor-Email log on wikileaks.comDkvnHz0WwAE6X4x

If we do nothing for this man, we are as guilty as they are. He needs everyone who reads this to stand up and fight against this disgusting atrocity against human rights.  If they can do it to him, they can do it to you and me.  They can frame us for a crime, detain us illegally and slowly martyr us for simply telling the truth.  We must end this before it is too late.  Do not walk way from this wicked and cruel act of villainy by a super power overstepping it’s boundaries.

This is just an example of the US government’s overreach and blatant disregard for human life.  Please stand up and fight for this man today.  Pick up the phone.  Write a letter. Sign Petitions. Attend a vigil/demonstration.  Do something!

Advocating for Assange

hijx5q0uowvx.jpgWith the current smear campaign against Julian Assange, the fact that he has been in solitary confinement for over 4 months and the division going on among supporters I knew I had to write.  I have to remind people that Julian’s life is in danger and that fighting is exactly what the intelligence agencies want.  They want us divide so the can conquer the campaign we are waging.  This is war in a sense that many don’t realize.

Julian Assange fought for government transparency.  He believes that people have a right to know what their government is doing behind closed doors.  The US government and other governments around the world often hide from us the devious acts they commit and lie to cover them up.  As a people, we need to hold our governments accountable for the evil they perpetrate.  The only way we can do that is if their deeds are shown to us.  This is where Wikileaks came in.

Assange also stands up for human rights and free speech.  All of this has nothing to do with political standing or lines.  It doesn’t matter if you vote Conservative, Liberal or the Center, Julian and Wikileaks support anyone whose rights are being violated.  So why is there is such division among supporters?  Easy answer.  That’s what our governments want.  United we can conquer and end this war on one man who stood for truth. Divided we will never win the war.assange_time_secret_wikileaks-e1476855073934

This man’s very life is in danger currently.  President Moreno of Ecuador would love to evict him from the Embassy which would result in his extradition to the United States to face espionage charges which would result in a life sentence.  He would most likely be tortured for information or just because the CIA wants to. Just as Manning was treated terrible and tormented, they would do the same to Assange.  This is a very serious situation and if advocates continue to fight among themselves, he will simple either deteriorate or be extradited.

Recently, I shared my thoughts on Twitter about this dire situation and the smear tactics against fellow Assange advocates.

“The current division among Assange supporters needs to stop NOW! Drop the high school drama, the childish games and unite to or simply get off the bus. This man’s life is in danger. We have no time to referee fights!”

Julian’s mother, Christine Assange, has routinely stated her concern over people arguing over political bias and supporters who attack others.


Many people who have posed as allies of Assange have recently outed themselves as fakes.  True supporters of Julian not only stand up and fight for his freedom but do not include themselves in the bashing and smearing of his character.  We must remain strong even when we do not agree with what others believe.  This man’s very existence is at stake.  It’s not a joke.  We are not supporting a candidate for office, we are fighting for his life!

Here are some things you can do as a Assange warrior:

  1. Educate yourself. Know the facts. If you can’t answer with a statement you know is true, refer a person to justice4assange.com or iamwikileaks.com.
  2. Write letters to leaders, newspaper editors, legislators, the DOJ or the current branch of law enforcement in your country.  Here is an example letter with many addresses you can write. Letter and Addresses
  3. Attend local vigils or organize one.  Christine Assange will spread the word via Twitter @AssangeMrs if you organize one and so will I if you contact me @AngelFoxToday71
  4. Sign petitions.  Write petitions.
  5. Make the Call.  Call your leaders and demand they work to free him
  6. Share memes on social media.
  7. Write articles. Write letters and share on social media.
  8. Donate to his legal fund to help pay his legal fees at Legal Fund link

It takes five minutes to call and leave a message if you cannot do anything else.  A postage stamp and a few minutes to write a letter.  We need to fight now before it’s too late.  He deserves this.  We cannot watch as our governments overthrow our rights as individuals.