Two Mass Shootings In The US in 24 hours

Two mass shootings took place this weekend, resulting 29 lives brutally taken. The shootings took place in El Paso first in a Walmart and one in Ohio. Many leftists are once again calling for gun control, instead of looking at the greater crisis at hand. We need to fix our mental health system desperately.

The average stay on a psychiatric ward is less than 2 weeks because that is all insurance will allow. Most issues cannot be resolved in 14 days. Another issue we have is many Americans are angry, depressed and feel hopeless. There is no hope for a brighter tomorrow when many work massive hours just to scrape by. Many young Americans create massive debt to go to college and never use the degree. The shootings are not going to stop by removing guns. In fact, it will make the average citizen less safe in their homes. When the only people with guns are the government and the criminals, no one is safe.

My heart goes out to the families and friends of those who have died. May God bless them and comfort them.


The Many Death Threats Against Julian Assange


There have been numerous threats on Assange’s life from prominent public figures since he released the Collateral Murder video as well as the Afghan War files and the Iraq War files. He received numerous threats on Twitter which he revealed under the hashtag #liberaltolerance in 2017 from various people. (Many of whom deleted the tweets once he exposed them). According to :

Numerous prominent US public figures and officials have made comments against Julian and WikiLeaks, suggesting a climate open to prosecution — or worse.

Obama’s Vice President Joe Biden referred to Julian in 2010 as a “high-tech terrorist”. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell agreed with Biden, adding that Julian Assange “needs to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, and if that becomes a problem, we need to change the law.” Similarly, after calling Julian a “terrorist”, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Julian “should be treated as an enemy combatant. WikiLeaks should be closed down permanently and decisively.”

US Senator Joe Lieberman has suggested that the New York Times should be potentially investigated for working with WikiLeaks in publishing the leaked documents. “To me the New York Times has committed at least an act of, at best, bad citizenship, but whether they have committed a crime is a matter of discussion for the Justice Department”.

On Fox News, commentator Bob Beckel suggested the United States assassinate Assange: “A dead man can’t leak stuff. This guy’s a traitor, he’s treasonous, and he has broken every law of the United States. And I’m not for the death penalty, so … there’s only one way to do it: illegally shoot the son of a bitch”.

Here is a link to a video of threats: video link

Not to mention the most famous quote of all from Hillary Clinton: “Why can’t we just drone this guy?

Assange stated after tweeting dozens of threats the following:

“There’s thousands more on killing me, our other people, maiming, bombing, kidnapping, imprisoning for trying to educate people. What can I say? Liberals ain’t liberal. They’ve fallen into bed with the worst elements of state hardpower & love censorship and death.”



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When Mike Pompeo was CIA Director, he made the following statement (found 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.”

He also called Assange a “false wizard.” As well as stating in October of 2017: “They’re an enormous threat — we’re working to take down that threat.”

If you are an Assange supporter and care at all about his fate, you find these statements painful and agonizing. Regardless of who made the comments, the fact is they are still threats and are illegal by law. Calling on people to follow through on these threats should be prosecuted. It is malicious and horrible to do so. Secretary of State of Pompeo admitted that the CIA “lied, stole and cheated” in the following interview. video link

How can he even call Assange anything? He belongs in prison. not in a president’s administration making huge decisions. Speaking of the President, Trump stated the following in 2012:

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

The threats against Assange are due to the lies and smears of the MSM. By destroying his character, as any good government-controlled media celebrity does, they have led others to believe that Julian is a narcissistic, egotistical rapist. They have successfully turned much of the public against the hero who only wanted to inform the public of the injustices committed against the innocent. When the Media is shut down, they can only blame themselves. When they are imprisoned for telling the truth, the only person they can point their fingers at the men and women in the mirror.

As for the politicians who have issued such threats, may karma bite them in the ass.

Interesting Facts About the U.S.

  1. 1 out of 8 Americans will work at McDonald’s some time in their lifetime.
  2. 100 acres of pizza will be consumed today and every day in the U.S.
  3. 4th of July is not really Independence Day. Congress declared us free on July 2nd. July 4th was when John Hancock who was the first to sign actually signed the Declaration of independence.
  4. 1.4 billion pounds of trash are thrown away in the U.S. daily.
  5. The U.S. consumes 18% of the energy worldwide.
  6. Abe Lincoln was the tallest president standing 6’4″. James Madison was the shortest. He was 5’4″ tall.
  7. The statue of Liberty is actually located in New Jersey waters, not New York.
  8. Your GPS is maintained and operated by the U.S. Air Force. The Air Forces is also the largest military air force in the world.
  9. The United States is more than twice the size of the European Union.
  10. The Everglades is the world’s only ecosystem where alligators and crocodiles live side by side.
  11. Christianity and Judaism are the largest religions in the States followed by Islam.
  12. Nelson Mandela was on the U.S. terror watch list until 2008.
  13. It is legal for children under 18 to smoke, just not purchase tobacco.
  14. It’s illegal to bury someone in San Francisco.
  15. Maryland is the birthplace of the Ouija board.
  16. Woodrow Wilson suffered a stroke at the end of his Presidency. Afterwards his wife made all governing decisions. So technically, she was America’s first female President.
  17. MKUltra is the government’s use of mind controlling substances. The conspiracy theory was real!
  18. If you type illuminati backwards into your search engine, you land on the NSA website.
  19. Operation Paperclip used several thousand NAZI scientists after WW2. Many of these scientists participated in MKUltra.
  20. The U.S. has more people in jail than any other country in the world. Is Down

Some time in the last 24 hours, Wikileaks went offline. The reason is unknown at this time but the message you get is confusing to say the least.

This appwars to be the work of the fexeral government. One cannot help but wonder who is behind this. Let’s just hope it is nit permanent.

First They Came For Assange..

According to CNBC (article seen here), 251 journalists last year were arrested and many more were being investigated. The attack on free press continues to widen as Assange was arrested in April for his journalism work. ABC in Australia was served a search warrant for their Afghan leaks as well. The latest news is that Glenn Greenwald is being accused of a crime in Brazil. The list will continue to grow as the precedent is set by the U.S. government in the Assange case.

Many of these countries claim to fight for press freedom and free speech who in the same breath, attack journalists worldwide. The hypocrisy of these nations is astounding. Keep in mind, the majority of journalists jailed were accused of publishing “anti-state” articles because they exposed crimes within those nations.

First they came for Assange and no one cared.

Then they came for the rest of the journalists. We don’t know what happened after that because there was no one left to tell us the truth.

Judge’s Ruling May Help Assange In His Extradition Case

Federal judge John G. Koeltl ruled on July 30th to dismiss the DNC case against Wikileaks citing the Pentagon Papers and the First Amendment. By doing so, he may very well have thrown a huge wrench in the espionage case against Assange. In his ruling, he stated the following (ruling can be found here):

If WikiLeaks could be held liable for publishing documents concerning the DNC’s political financial and voter-engagement strategies simply because the DNC labels them ‘secret’ and trade secrets, then so could any newspaper or other media outlet.

This would put every news source in the world in danger of prosecution. It would set a precedent against press freedom we would never recover from.

Here is another remark he made:

T]he First Amendment prevents such liability in the same way it would preclude liability for press outlets that publish materials of public interest despite defects in the way the materials were obtained so long as the disseminator did not participate in any wrongdoing in obtaining the materials in the first place.

A person is entitled to publish stolen documents that the publisher requested from a source so long as the publisher did not participate in the theft.

‌By making the above statement, Assange and Wikileaks cannot be charged for obtaining the Afghan war logs and cablegate. The judge’s ruling would forbid the prosecution of Assange based on the First Amendment.

In other words, if they prosecute Assange, they must prosecute every media outlet who has ever published leaked content such as the New York Times and the Guardian.

Recently, Jennifer Robinson stated in a media conference that Assange has been ill from the permanent effects of his prolonged stay in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

It is time that President Trump tells his DOJ to drop charges and free Assange. This is an international travesty against human rights and must end now.

Update On Assange

Jennifer Robinson, one of Assange’s lawyers, spoke before Australian parliament today. In a press statement afterwards, she explained she is very concerned about Julian’s health and that he is still on Belmarsh Prison’s hospital ward. She also stated that he suffered permanent damage during his stay at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

She also said, “Julian Assange is an Australian citizen and publisher facing 175 years in prison. This is a dangerous precedent for all of the media and should be of grave concern for all Australians.”

About 30 MPs and Senators met with her to hear her statement.

Lawsuit Against Wikileaks By The DNC Has Been Dismissed

The 2nd lawsuit by the DNC against Wikileaks has once again been dismissed. The lawsuit was from the DNC against WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, The Trump campaign, “Russia” et all. It was thrown out on 1st Amendment grounds stating the 1st Amendment protects publication of documents even if they’re stolen. With this the (BillClinton appointed) judge confirmed WikiLeaks and Julian are protected by the 1st Amendment. We already knew that, of course. The lawsuit was dismissed “without prejudice” which means it’s now over, it cannot be filed again by the DNC.

Tweet above can be seen here.

The judge appointed by Bill Clinton cited the Pentagon papers in relation to publishing stolen papers. This may set a precedent on the prosecution of Assange. Hopefully, it will be taken into consideration if he is extradited.

Why We Need Assange and Wikileaks

In a time of great corruption and lack of morals and ethics, our governments have become evil vessels of destruction and human rights violations. When they commit a crime against humanity, the environment or any other ferocious act, they call it “classified” so that the general public will not know of their hidden agendas. Wikileaks was created to publish these concealed secrets. It was designed to help the public hold their governments, politicians, and corporations accountable.

In order to do this and not destroy their sources, Assange created a Dropbox. This was to protect the identity of the whistleblowers bringing documents to expose injustices. Without this protection, whistleblowers often face life in prison.

Assange and Wikileaks are necessary not only for the protection of whistleblowers but to publish documentation of government transgressions. If they manage to destroy Wikileaks and permanently silence Assange, freedom will be lost.

By prosecuting Assange, they are literally taking away our right to hold them accountable. They are destroying free speech and press freedom. Without Assange, our voices will become silence as well. He is the voice of the innocent who are tortured and murdered. He is the voice of the people unable to cry out in agony over what crimes are committed. He is our voice. We are Julian Assange!

He has been tortured, persecuted and illegally incarcerated for truth and justice. When our governments failed to stand by it’s own laws, Assange stood up and revealed those illegal acts against the people. Now, he may be silenced forever and lose his life because he gave a damn. He did what no one else was willing to do! He showed us the truth and now they seek vengeance on him. The most powerful country in the world right now is afraid of one man and his organization. Why? Because accountability is no longer in their vocabulary.

The media continues to spread it’s lies and propaganda without any remorse or guilt, while the real journalist awaits extradition and possible death. The real criminals walk free and cry out for his head while the man who exposed them deteriorates mentally and physically in prison. He has been denied access to data that will help him in his defense and visits from his lawyers are few and far between. They are crucifying him one day at a time.

The evil being done to Julian Assange must be compensated. He must be given freedom before they turn him into a modern day martyr for truth. We must make them release him. We cannot delay. We have to be his voice as they have taken his away. We must save his life in order to save ours. Assange stands for freedom. His freedom is ours. His imprisonment is ours as well.

Stand and fight for justice, truth and your rights! Fight for Assange!