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Julian Assange Arrest Discussion
« on: April 12, 2019, 10:54:26 AM »
UK police confirmed Thursday that Assange has been arrested "on behalf of the United States authorities" who are seeking his extradition.

He was initially arrested this morning for skipping out on a UK arrest warrant issued in 2012; once he arrived at the police station this morning, he was then "further" arrested under an extradition request by the US.

Here's the full police statement:

Julian Assange, 47, has today, Thursday 11 April, been further arrested on behalf of the United States authorities, at 10:53hrs after his arrival at a central London police station. This is an extradition warrant under Section 73 of the Extradition Act. He will appear in custody at Westminster Magistrates' Court as soon as possible.

https://twitter.com/hashtag/Assange?src=tren

For people unaware .. People have been trying to post videos about this on various platforms, only for them to immediately be blackholed and go missing. There is a total internet blackout preventing anyone who isn't pushing the official story from talking about it, which made even Metokur basically delete his livestream video immediately after he finished streaming.

ulian Assange was a truth teller and a hero

Some Wikileaks about Libya & Syria:

1. France pushed for invading Libya in 2011 because they wanted to “gain a greater share of Libyan oil production” and to prevent Gaddafi from establishing a rival currency called the “Gold Dinar” (leaked 2016).

2. US & British special operations forces, i.e. "SOF teams", were "training opposition forces" inside Syria to "commit guerrilla attacks, assassination campaigns" against the Syrian government from the very first year of the conflict in 2011 (leaked 2012).

3. Saudi Arabia in early 2012 was committed to overthrowing the Syrian government according to a leaked memo of theirs which stated that they "must seek by all means available and all possible ways to overthrow the current regime in Syria" (leaked 2015).

4. The US was discussing plans in 2006 to "play on Sunni fears of Iranian influence" in order to destabilize the Syrian government in coordination with the Saudi monarchy (leaked 2016).

5. According to Hillary Clinton's US State Department aid Jake Sullivan in 2012 "the fall of the House of Assad could well ignite a sectarian war between the Shiites and the majority Sunnis of the region drawing in Iran, which, in the view of Israeli commanders would not be a bad thing for Israel and its Western allies" (leaked 2018)

6. According to Hillary Clinton's US State Department aid Jake Sullivan, "AQ [Al Qaeda] is on our side in Syria" (leaked 2017).

Wikileaks demonstrates that the truth doesn't need to be suppressed when it can more easily be drowned in a saturated market of degenerate corporatism and corrupt elites.

Here is a reupload of the arrest video


A anon used audio isolation software to clear up what Assange was saying when he was being arrested, here's a couple of processing chains I tried:

https://clyp.it/eccfxi3q

https://clyp.it/4cdreigc

clyp.it is regularly used for for uploads and vocaroo quality is shit.
ASSANGE:
- Let's be clear, you're just a thug of the US Government, How does it feel, all of this?
- The UK has no civility - or possibly SERENITY (code?)

- The Future of the UK Mandate(?) is THIS (was he pointing to the Gore Vidal book? He was out of shot when he said this)

- They Must Resist! UK Resist!
- Resist These Attempts By The Trump Administration
- UK Must Resist!
- The UK must resist this is the death of your last comrades
- RESIST!

Tell me what you think you hear.
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Re: Julian Assange Arrest Discussion
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2019, 10:55:22 AM »
Assange arrest reveals British justice is just a ‘plaything’ of Washington

https://www.rt.com/news/456290-assange-uk-judicial-system-us

 The arrest of Julian Assange in London after an extradition request from the US, and the way the WikiLeaks founder was treated by a British judge, made Thursday a “shameful day” for UK justice, commentators told RT.

“The UK’s legal system is but a plaything of the US legal system. Britain is a vassal of Washington as it’s been confirmed by today’s events,” political commentator John Wight said.

Earlier in the day, UK police forcibly removed Assange out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. The 47-year-old was then delivered to the Westminster Magistrates Court where a judge labeled him a “narcissist, who can’t get beyond his own selfish interests” and found him guilty of failing to surrender to bail in 2012.

As for Assange’s extradition request by the US, the judge said the American side must produce its case by June 12. Assange is wanted in the US on charges of conspiring with US Army soldier Chelsea Manning, who leaked thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks back in 2010.

“Assange will disappear in to the void of the US prison system” if he’s extradited, Wight warned. He advised against trusting the Department of Justice, which insisted that the publisher will get the maximum term of five years if convicted in America.

    We have to focus on the precedent, but not the words emanating from the US. And the precedent it that Chelsea Manning was imprisoned for over 35 years for her role in uncovering the crimes of the US military in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Manning was pardoned after serving seven years, but was returned behind bars this March for refusing to testify against WikiLeaks.

“They’re saying that it’s only five years, but five years in a US prison is unlike five years in any other country’s prison, with few exceptions. It’s a notoriously cruel, barbarous and vindictive system,” Wight said.

The personal characterization of Julian Assange by Judge Michael Snow was “highly improper,” Mads Andenas, former UN special rapporteur on arbitrary detention, told RT.

“The world is following this case” and Snow’s words “made people doubt the fairness of the judicial process,” he said.

Prime Minister Theresa May announcing Assange’s arrest to the cheers of Parliament was also “not the right thing to do in a case where it’s very important for the UK to leave the impression that it’s a judicial process that’s deal with absolutely fairly,” the legal expert added.
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Re: Julian Assange Arrest Discussion
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2019, 07:50:44 AM »
It is an absolute disgrace on all parties involved. Equador for throwing him out the embassy and thereby acting against the international code, England for arresting Assange and breaking into what is considered equadorian territory, Australia for being silent on this human rights violation of its citizen, The press for not recognizing this as one of the greatest attacks on press freedom in recent times and the USA for bullying all of the aforementioned parties.
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Re: Julian Assange Arrest Discussion
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2019, 11:26:29 AM »
It is an absolute disgrace on all parties involved. Equador for throwing him out the embassy and thereby acting against the international code, England for arresting Assange and breaking into what is considered equadorian territory, Australia for being silent on this human rights violation of its citizen, The press for not recognizing this as one of the greatest attacks on press freedom in recent times and the USA for bullying all of the aforementioned parties.
and the sad part is I see no one is talking about him anymore the only person I've seen is styxhexenhammer. He was thrown in jail just for conducting the rights of REAL journalism
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Re: Julian Assange Arrest Discussion
« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2019, 07:13:00 AM »
I'm in a bit of a leftist bubble and also there I don't see this mentioned nearly enough. The only channels I've seen covering this are Democracy Now and JuiceRapNews, especially the second one I can strongly recommend despite its content often being Australia-specific.They actually had Julian on in their early days.
@IllimunatiPirate: I'm interested to hear your thoughts on their take on conspiracies, especially one of their vids about NWO dives deep into that.
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