Only Cowards And Sadists Support The Persecution Of Assange


The torture and persecution of Assange is horrific, as evidenced by his physical and mental deterioration. The US is controlling the UK justice system. This picture was taken just recently with Assange being transported to the courtroom. Image Credit: RT

The Persecution of Assange continues at full speed,

with the courageous whistleblower being tortured to the point where he is losing his mental faculties. They have been throwing Assange to the dogs for years now. Former British ambassador Craig Murray has published a very disturbing account of Julian Assange’s court appearance yesterday which I recommend reading in full. There have been many reports published about Assange’s case management hearing, but the combination of Murray’s prior experience with torture victims, his familiarity with British courts, his friendship with Assange, and his lack of reverence for western power structures allowed for a much more penetrating insight into what happened than anyone else has been able to provide so far.

Here is a small excerpt:

“Before I get on to the blatant lack of fair process, the first thing I must note was Julian’s condition. I was badly shocked by just how much weight my friend has lost, by the speed his hair has receded and by the appearance of premature and vastly accelerated ageing. He has a pronounced limp I have never seen before. Since his arrest he has lost over 15 kg in weight.

But his physical appearance was not as shocking as his mental deterioration. When asked to give his name and date of birth, he struggled visibly over several seconds to recall both. I will come to the important content of his statement at the end of proceedings in due course, but his difficulty in making it was very evident; it was a real struggle for him to articulate the words and focus his train of thought.

Until yesterday I had always been quietly sceptical of those who claimed that Julian’s treatment amounted to torture – even of Nils Melzer, the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture – and sceptical of those who suggested he may be subject to debilitating drug treatments. But having attended the trials in Uzbekistan of several victims of extreme torture, and having worked with survivors from Sierra Leone and elsewhere, I can tell you that yesterday changed my mind entirely and Julian exhibited exactly the symptoms of a torture victim brought blinking into the light, particularly in terms of disorientation, confusion, and the real struggle to assert free will through the fog of learned helplessness.”

Former UK Ambassador Murray Details Gross Courrption of UK Court

Murray reports that there were no fewer than five representatives of the US government in the Westminster Magistrates Court that day, and that there were seated behind the British prosecutors and essentially giving them orders. The judge, Vanessa Baraitser, reportedly behaved coldly and snarkily towards the defense, smirking and refusing their requests without explanation, while behaving warmly and receptively toward the prosecution. Assange’s extradition hearing will commence without delay on February of next year, despite the case violating the 2003 US/UK extradition treaty, and despite new evidence emerging of CIA-tied espionage on Assange and his lawyers while he was at the Ecuadorian embassy. It will commence in a tiny Belmarsh courtroom with almost no room for the public to provide scrutiny, without Assange’s defense having adequate time to prepare.

Assange’s lawyer Mark Summers told the court that the case was “a political attempt” by the United States “to signal to journalists the consequences of publishing information.” And of course he’s right. Nobody sincerely believes that the 175-year sentence that Assange is looking at if he’s successfully extradited to the US by the Trump administration is a reasonable punishment for publishing activities which the Obama administration had previously declined to prosecute based on the exact same evidence, citing concern for the damage the precedent would do to press freedoms. These charges have nothing to do with justice, and they aren’t meant to be merely punitive. They’re made to serve as a deterrent. A deterrent to journalists anywhere in the world who might otherwise see fit to publish inconvenient facts about the US government.

This is obvious. It is obvious that the US government is destroying Assange to signal to journalists the consequences of publishing information. It is therefore also obvious that any journalist who fails to use whatever platform they have to speak out against Assange’s persecution has no intention of ever publishing anything that the US government doesn’t want published. Their silence on or support for what is being done to this man can and should be taken as an admission that they are nothing other than state propagandists. State propagandists, sycophants, and cowards.

Cowardice is driving public support for Assange’s persecution. Cowardice and sadism. Even if every single bogus smear against him were true, from the lies about feces on embassy walls to the still evidence-free allegation of Trump/Russia collusion, even if every single one of those ridiculous fantasies were true, his punishment to date would be more than enough. I mean, exactly how much torture is appropriate because your preferred candidate wasn’t the one who was elected? How weird is it that such entitled sadism goes unquestioned? To continue to call for more is to reveal your sick fetish, whether you’re one of the powerful people he pissed off or just another mindless repeater in the comments section. Enough. You’ve had your pound of flesh.

The Persecution of Assange – Happening in Slow Motion

We are watching a great tragedy unfold in a fractal-like way, from the zoomed-out meta tragedy of the worldwide death blow to press freedom, drilled down to the personal tragedy of this death blow to a man called Julian Assange. His once encyclopaedic brain can now barely remember his own birthday. This guts me. There are no other minds on earth that understood the power dynamics of invisible imperialism and the Orwellian dangers humanity now faces as we hurtle towards and AI-dominated information landscape as well as his did. That mind has been purposely destroyed. We must never forget that. We must never forgive that.

It’s been a tough day. My heart has been hurting and my sighs have been long. The only brightness I can see through the bleakness is the quandary that appears to be emerging for these nationless plutocrats who are pulling the strings. The more they get their way, the more obvious their actions must necessarily be, because the thing they are attempting to do is so totally abnormal. Yesterday’s court proceedings were blatantly farcical, from the curious rulings, to the strange sight of US advisers interfering in a UK case about an Australian citizen, down to even the dismissive smirk on the judge’s face. None of this is normal, and when things aren’t normal there is a risk that people will notice, and things are only going to get stranger as they attempt to pull this off.

[Remember all the good that Wikileaks has done – to give 2 small examples, exposing the Clinton-Podesta pedophile emails and exposing CIA Vault 7 surveillance).

The only thing keeping people from really seeing what’s going on here is a thin layer of narrative management, and the only thing keeping them from acting on their seeing is feeling like they are alone in their seeing. Keep the pressure up, keep watching, and keep talking about what you’re seeing to anyone who will listen. It may very well save Julian’s life.


betterboy October 23, 2019 - 4:14 am

Assange gave us the truth. Don’t let the corrupt prosecute him. Trump and the republicans should be helping him indirectly. He is a hero, just as Ed Snowden is a hero. The fkrs prosecute the real heroes and protect the criminals like Hillary, Obama, the Ukraine whistle blower, Brennen, and many others. It is a crime!

Fr. McGrier October 23, 2019 - 10:59 am

Assange is just another Mossad shill.

Makia Freeman October 23, 2019 - 3:39 pm

The international Zionist control network is certainly broad. However, I don’t believe there is enough evidence to call Assange a Mossad shill. I don’t think his releases over the last 10 years have really helped Israel at the expense of other countries (other than the fact that his Wikileaks has leaked stuff from the US, UK, Russia, Germany, etc. many nations but not Israel). I imagine Israel could intervene to prevent his current treatment – torture – at the hands of Israeli-controlled UK and USA , if they really wanted to.

Fr. McGrier October 23, 2019 - 3:39 pm

Makia, you know as well as i do, that if Israel was not controlling Assange, he would have been pushing up daisies a long, long time ago.

If history has taught us anything it is that if you in any way shape or form decide to spill the beans on the Zionist entity calling itself Israel, you will end up with a warning shot to the back of the head,

betterboy October 24, 2019 - 1:57 pm

Other than your opinion and guesses, what evidence, hard evidence do you have?

The dems protect their lying corrupt turds to keep them faithful. Assange would have asylum from whoever is controlling him if they want to maintain others to do the same thing. We see whistle blowers abused as a message to other whistle blowers not to come forward. Snowden should be put on a pedestal and given a $million and new identity. Same with Assange.

Fr. McGrier October 23, 2019 - 7:53 am

Ahhhhhhh, Assange, the Mossad shill.

JohnBoscogolvitch October 31, 2019 - 11:54 am

If Assange is such a persecuted truth-sayer, why does he deny any conspiracy surrounding 9/11? I would put forth that he is an actor, part of the deep state, the controlled opposition, a psychological operation.

Makia Freeman October 31, 2019 - 3:02 pm

I don’t think Assange is a paid actor/controlled opposition. The guy is being tortured and is dying right before our eyes. I just think he has a large blind spot when it comes to 9/11.

It’s probably the same with Snowden and his particular blind spots.

It can be hard to know up from down in the crazy world of deception and propaganda.

JohnBoscogolvitch November 5, 2019 - 11:19 am

Thank you. Indeed, we are not in Kansas anymore. I know good people, in my family even, who refuse to look at or consider a 9/11 conspiracy. I simply cannot understand. If it is not evil, then it is certainly such a mark of cowardice and weakness that I have to leave these people behind.

marlene December 18, 2019 - 1:58 pm

And the bloody UK government is full of those cowards and sadists, and murderers!

marlene December 18, 2019 - 1:58 pm

The bloody British government murders children unfortunate enough to be kidnapped in their hospitals. The bloody British government murders viable seniors and calls it euthanasia. And the bloody British government murders people by neglect which is what they’re doing to an innocent man, Julian Assange, a hero to the masses on both sides of the Atlantic. Bollocks and a pox on the bloody British government!!

marlene December 18, 2019 - 1:58 pm

Famous murderers, rapists, torturers are all interviewed by the UK press. Why not Julian Assange? Where’s an updated picture of him. Where is the video of him speaking to a journalist? The soul of the bloody British government is as hot as the coals of Hell! As are the vile people in high places, both in the UK and in the US, who have been exposed by honest journalism, hellbent on killing the messenger.

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