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  1. OWON: You certainly need to watch this. This is a damning indictment of corrupt Democratic policies and lies.

    Candace Owens TORCHES the Democrat Party in front of House Judiciary Committee


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    1. Candace Owens did a great job. She did something many couldn't/wouldn't do in her Democratic Party, she told the truth.

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    1. Poor Lord James sitting in the background, looking like he wants to choke the living daylights out of some of the Lords in that chamber.

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  3. Barr Testimony- Hannity "Avalanche Coming"
    Apr 10 2019

    https://youtu.be/rWW48Wpg5HA
    21:27

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  4. p: She had no idea. What is she doing being the Head of the Banking Committee? The quasi government agency that runs student loans is rather unyielding in difficult situations.

    Oops! Maxine Waters – Head of Banking Committee – Asks Bankers About Student Loans, Has NO IDEA Government Took Over Program in 2010
    Apr 10 2019

    The House Banking Committee, led by distinguished Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), called in the nation’s top bankers on Wednesday to lecture them on greed and political correctness.

    During her questioning Mad Maxine asked the bankers about what they were doing to help those suffering with d student loan debt.

    The bankers quickly reminded the Banking Committee Chairperson that government took over the program in 2010.

    Chairwoman Maxine was completely dumbstruck.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/04/stunningly-stupid-maxine-waters-head-of-banking-committee-asks-bankers-about-student-loans-has-no-idea-government-took-over-program-in-2010/

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  5. The London Police have just entered the Ecuadorian Embassy and seized Julian Assange.
    Pictures of him screaming You can NOT do this are on the way to you. But-They did!

    He has aged badly,and looks shocked and worried what the hell just came down on him.
    The UK and US have a close Intel relationship. The Pentagon will never forgive this man. How did he think this would end up?
    He urinated in the face of the most powerful nation on earth, and thinks he will win?
    What part of Stupid does he not get?

    You can not do this? Really, but they just did!

    Assange in now banged up in a London cell.Watch this space. See how he's aged.
    If he looks confused now see how he is after 7 days of major questioning.
    US Interrogators will start on him within the hour. With full UK cooperation.
    Justice, it's an opinion.Fact is Assange's Butt is now in their hands and he won't escape what's coming. The Pentagon has waited 7 years for this. Trump is not on his side.
    He was dragged out scared and confused. His hell starts now.

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    2. Aurataya 13, Thank you. Assange has done so much for the world. He provided information the DS never wanted exposed. He among others helped kick off much good concerning exposing the DS evil and more. Things so terrible it shook the world.

      And for his actions, the world is a better place for many who never had a voice.
      The world's children.

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    3. We just uncorked the bottle. Your voices now? Our definition of fact does not determine our position. Just simply the reality. I was asked yesterday by a certain Lord if I thought he should meet with parties to support Assange. I explained the bottomless well of our Intel and Military Dependencies determine we must place the Anglo American Alliance as our primary forethought and not place himself open to the fury of Washington reprisals in a battle he has no chance of winning at this stage .I forewarned him pressures would be relentless and a fight needs to be for truth, a different time and settling, not now. I'm not against defense of speech for Assange but pick the moments and cases. Ass Ange will get his time in court and his vouxe will be heard and his Legal Council.

      It's too big for single voices arraigned against Pentagon Destroyers. The media will unleash on Assange for months now while he's banged up on remand and he will almost certainly be extradited. Like Mandela he will be supported but his fear , even terror this morning was clear. He did not see this coming. Ecuador has been hostage to Assange for 7 years taking head on US economic pressures . They need to breath.

      Assanges case is Global now. Will the media help? He's facing maybe 40 years US hard time and won't survive it. He's aged badly in 7 years. Now fear takes over. They will rigorously interrogate him each day and night. Put yourself and n his place. He's lucky we gave him 7 years . The US has access now.

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    4. You are very welcome P. This arrest is absolutely disgraceful.

      It is such a pity we do not see this sort of swift action when real crime occurs in this world. Countries seem to work so well together when they want to keep the truth quiet or protect one of their cabal buddies but when someone stands up and releases truth to the people and starts opening their eyes, they take him down, stitch him up and shut him up. Such double standards.

      Why do we not see this sort of swift action with countries working together when Syria if having the crap bombed out of it? Or how about some action when Benny Boy is stealing land and murdering Palestinians every day of the week?

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    5. The bloody US has access now because the UK bloody gave it to them.

      I can tell you this is not the end of this matter. What has happened here is way beyond bs.

      That corrupt little punk Moreno wants Assange quiet to stop exposing all of his shenanigans. What a puny little piece of crap he is. A disgraceful evil sellout. Just another bs politician rorting the system for self gain. Oh dear me, what a bloody surprise that is. He will pay for this. He had better grow a pair real quick, he will certainly need them now.

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    6. Dammit! Are we out of our Deep State minds? Perhaps police world-wide should raid British embassies everywhere on the simple grounds that nearly every Embassy has a damn spy in it? Nice precedent y'all just set in the UK. Remember this when some UK person ends up requesting asylum somewhere before y'all can get to him, right or wrong.

      The size of this black eye on the UK will last a long time.

      As to Assange getting his day in Court (ours), surely it is a jest? The crime is allegedly computer hacking, something the man has no capability or experience in. So much for a valid charge. And oh, how convenient the charge, for manufactured evidence! A few pages of IP connects, network flows, and log files. None of which can be cross-verified as real by any third party at this point. And given that this is a clear railroad, a good defense attorney and an impartial judge, if the UK values any truth in Law, values its system over politics, should state clearly that a fair trial is impossible with the judge giving both sides the two-finger. Y'all just burned down 1000 years of Parliament, shall we blow out 1300 years of Common Law development too?

      I'm all for the right battle at the right time, but letting Assange off UK soil is nothing but a lose-lose for the UK. At the very least, Assange should simple stay silent. That simple strategy will embarrass everyone.

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    8. Disgusting beyond belief! Do you mean to say “UK ENTERED A THIRD COUNTRY’S EMBASSY AND DRAGGED ASSANGE OUT AND ARRESTED HIM” and you appear to be PROUD of that?

      Why haven’t you arrested other PUBLISHERS? I haven’t seen any arrests mentioned at your infamous tabloids or at New York Times or Washington Post rags? Is that because they’re publishing the drivel you wish to see published?

      Worse than I thought...not only no moral HIGH ground in UK or US...NO MORALS AT ALL! 🀯🀯🀯

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    9. Oh, it was done all soooo properly. The Ambassador revoked the asylum on orders of the Ecuadorian government, almost certainly on pressure from the U.S. to help cover-up the Ecuadorian's President's corruption. The asylum, having been revoked, Assange was made available to London police.

      Only, to any rational observer, the forms were obeyed but not the spirit. It's horrific. It is like a police man screaming that he was under assault and fearing for his life shot the person of interest in front of him for simply turning around and asking what the problem was.

      Above and beyond that, if this is about Chelsea Manning's leak, the charge is fraudulent on its face, since we KNOW that Manning acted alone. Therefore it's purely about publishing and that's settled law with the Pentagon Papers case.

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    10. OMG! It was Pence on the behest of Democrats that added pressure for the release of Assange. And to make matters worse, Ecuador was promised debt relief.

      And a quick cross-check pulled this little gem, which if confirmed by those who have better access lays to waste the charge(s) brought against him:

      However, it was in fact an error on the part of a Guardian journalist, not WikiLeaks, that that led to the full unredacted cables leaking to third parties on the web that WikiLeaks published them as well — and not before Assange attempted to warn the office of Hillary Clinton, then U.S. Secretary of State about the unintended leak of the cables.

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    11. p: And one has to wonder about the promised data dump if Assange was arrested. Hopefully with that release much truth will flow that's been hidden. Just the first part of this video is about Julian. Rest about the Banking Committee, etc.

      Julian Assange Arrested! Time for a Full Data Dump?! (Bix Weir)
      Apr 11 2019

      Now that the US has finally pulled the trigger on arresting Julian Assange will the AUTOMATIC release of data begin? If so, we will finally see the "Unfiltered" information that Assange has been hiding from us all. Hold on tight!

      https://youtu.be/zhzTwB4EYH4
      24:41

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  6. The US got Bin Laden. They got the Drug Lord. Assange was only time.

    How about Clinton and Soetoro now? Which was worst? Ask the Benghazi boys and their families? Why is that lying, usurping Kenyan / Indonesian Passport holder still free?
    Time now for Trump to mount up. The Kenyan authorised spying on him. Unseal the Records there is no protection for a Usurper. Get his Goddam Birth Cert and ram it down his throat. Tony Blair got if for Bush 41 to blackmail Soetoro and the Trannie with. You want the Brits to come do it for you? We just gave you Assange. Soetoro and the Trannie next?
    Yes, a clean sweep for the Donald.Payback time. Action! Fill Gitmo.

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    1. No. The US did not get Bin Laden, they let him go and pretended to get him is what I believe.

      "Assange only time" NO. He was handed to the US on a platter by the UK and corrupt little Moreno. Facts are facts.

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    2. "We just gave you Assange"

      The UK must be so proud of this awesome achievement. Congrats Brits.

      Shame! Shame! Shame!

      I am out of here. Have a damn fine day everyone.

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    3. Obama’s bin Laden story was a fairytale designed to prop up his low poll numbers. Grapevine says bin Laden died in late 2001 of kidney failure.

      Why hasn’t Biden been arrested for leaking classified information when he stated Seal Team 6 conducted the fairytale raid? He allegedly caused the corporate shills called “US” to kill 30 Men and a dog named Bart in an old helicopter taking it down with what appeared to be directed energy weapons or nukes....killing 17 Seals. The Seals knew they didn’t conduct that raid, but Obozo & turds couldn’t let that info out so just kill them off.

      Come on folks...velvet gloves off. If we’re all going to be prosecuted with made up crap, let the truth fly!

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    4. Spot on Texian. Thank you for adding that information.

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  7. I don't disagree on above look at
    Brexit?

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  8. Assange arrest ‘absolutely disgusting’ & could be ‘tit-for-tat’ – former MI5 agent to RT

    "Former MI5 agent and whistleblower Annie Machon called the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange “absolutely disgusting,” and an “egregious violation” of his rights."

    Assange was dragged by British police from the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Thursday morning after his asylum right was axed. The arrest comes a day after WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson detailed an extensive spying campaign against Assange, and two weeks after WikiLeaks announced a corruption investigation against Ecuadorian President LenΓ­n Moreno.

    “It’s almost like tit-for-tat,” Machon told RT. “This is an egregious violation of so many rights under international law.”

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  9. Snowden has sprung to Assanges support, but he knows the clocks ticking for him too.

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    1. There will be statues to both Snowden and Assange eventually and when the history of our era is written, they will be remembered for their difficult and heroic actions against the omni-surveillance state.

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  10. And the bastards at Amazon are listening in:

    Amazon workers are listening to private and sometimes disturbing voice recordings to improve the voice-assistants' understanding of human speech. Amazon has admitted to its customers that thousands of recordings are being analysed by staff and transcribed before feeding them back into the software.

    As many as 1,000 clips are reviewed by workers in buildings all over the world, many of which are not obviously run by the online giant. Staff members have said that the work is mostly mundane, however they do come across embarrassing clips, like a woman singing off-key in the shower. The teams use internal chat rooms to share files when they need help deciphering a muddled word - or come when they come across an amusing recording. Among more sinister content the workers have heard, have been a child screaming for help and two instances were they believed they heard a sexual assault taking place.

    Amazon last night confirmed the revelations when approached by Bloomberg saying that 'an extremely small sample of Alexa voice recordings' are analysed by staff. In an emailed statement to MailOnline, an Amazon spokesperson said: 'We only annotate an extremely small sample of Alexa voice recordings in order to improve the customer experience.

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  11. Snowden did more. His case is hard and hopefully a good nation will give him shelter. Assange will be cuffed, turkey trussed and shipped to the US . Then it's down to your voices and possibly the MSM. Snowden I feel more concern for his was deep Patriotic concern. Assange was a Player .He played the wrong cards . Snowden sacrificed his life for liberty .

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    1. I beg to differ, but not on Assange's nature or Snowden Patriotism. I've noticed many times you make a judgment based on character and not results. Probably because character is a necessary pass-key in your environment. The simple unavoidable truth is that Wikileaks has been as instrumental as Snowden has been in the propagation of information that puts the Elites and Governments in bad light for their criminal actions.

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    2. Character is a key support motivator in corridors of power.

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  12. Snowden went out with dignity. Assange was whining like a terrified Bitch today, no dignity, just abject fear. It will make no allies. But they both need you all so voices please.

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    1. I finally just saw the videotape. Poor Assange. He looked like a hermit from Lord of the Rings. However, the reports of him whining may be greatly exaggerated as his voice wasn't all that faltering...

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    2. He sounded to me like a Dweeb being P whipped!

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    3. Not all of us are former Special Forces John...

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    4. But it factors in with Westminster, believe it. Character is a Judgment call. Just explaining.

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    5. "Snowden went oiut with dignity." Yes, and he is still out and safe thank god. Russia has not handed him over to anyone like a juicy piece of pork on a platter.

      "Assange was whining like a terrified bitch today." SO BLOODY WHAT. Every single person around him in the situation he was in was against him and could not be trusted. I'd be whining like a bloody bitch as well. Imagine being locked up indoors under those conditions for 7 god damn years. I don't think you would feel all too bright and bubbly either.

      Not every male in this world has to have a enormous muscles bulging everywhere, a square jaw line or walk around like a god damn ape with 20 bloody suitcases under each arm. Physical appearance is all bullshit. And if he was scared, I would completely understand that and it does not make me think any less of him. And if he peed his pants as you seemed to enjoy highlighting to make him feel like even less of a man then I don't give a damn about that either. That is quite a natural response under conditions of extreme fear. Does not matter.

      SHAME SHAME SHAME ON THE UK AND ECUADOR.

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  13. The Banking Cartel, and the Black Nobility at the center have tried everything (unsuccessfully) to deny this reality. Checkmate is checkmate and reality is reality.

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  14. Well, we will see how it plays out. The first Trump-base polls are coming in at +70% for an Assange pardon. This means it is now an Election 2020 issue.

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    1. Good point.

      Can't wait for the data-dump, now that the UK facilitated such an illegal action!

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    2. Thanks Tino. One bit of good news anyway.

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  15. Here is the indictment.

    It's a load of horse manure. It's an end-run around the Pentagon Papers case.

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    1. Interesting. Courtesy of Vox Day, I missed this:

      Assange is NOT being charged for successfully conspiring with Manning to obtain leaked information. Instead he is being charged for a failed conspiracy to crack a password, on the grounds that the failed conspiracy would have been in furtherance of the successful conspiracy. The conspiracy he is charged with failed, so there is no damage to national security involved. If Assange can simply show that the failed 2010 password-cracking conspiracy ended before April 2014, then the statute of limitations has expired.

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    2. IMHO, Vox is a rag.

      What the US will try to do is prove the Assange enticed and manipulated Manning to get more information. Journalists can receive information, but they cannot actively pursue to the point of conspiring with someone to get info.

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    3. Vox IS A RAG. You are right.

      However, I am quoting a different site.

      Vox Day is an anti-SJW website with a blog that has a very high IQ readership.

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  16. Tino
    Already I have Global associates condemning London's role. Most feel he should have been given sanctuary here. We report it as is. If Trump feels it's an election card he may play it . Trump, if nothing else, is a Player .

    All your voices count now for both of them. I feel far more for Snowden and his case will be harder . But they both need all of you. On site you are both read and heard. The forum is yours as a collective. The

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    1. Never believed otherwise John - we ALWAYS want it as is! And you betcha we are vociferous here and elsewhere...

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  17. Please,if protesting for Assange raise Snowden also. Life in Moscow for him is no picnic .Nor has he sold you out to the Russians. To me Putin is satisfied dangling him as a trophy piece. He needs all our support . Please,raise both.

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  18. Big black eye for the UK. Assange was held hostage by UK police against international law. The UN has said many times that UK's positioning was arbitrary. It cannot be downplayed and passed off to the US. Telling us it needs our voices yet behind closed doors you tell others "it is not worth it". And all you can do is character assassinate Assange? I would like to see how you would look being dragged out by police for no legal reason. Facing at minimum life imprisonment, knowing full well that there will be no justice.

    This could cost Trump his 2020 presidential run. It will not sit well with the "fringe" that put him over the top.

    The rule of law is DEAD in the UK.

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    1. Dying, lets see how it plays. But agreed, this is not a good time for Westminster or Brexit. The West itself has trouble. As does Canada. Politics today.

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    2. Agreed. The character assassination of Assange here did NOT play well for most readers, I am sure. Sounded like pro-Orwellian cheering section!

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    3. Always trying to pass the buck onto other countries instead of just owning it when the UK is at fault. I sent you the article on truth not being a defence in court at a Human Rights Tribunal and never pointed the finger at the UK. Yet the UK did the same, not in a Tribunal, but actual court proceeding. I owned it.

      Count Dankula was not allowed to use what he said in the video in question as a defence. He stated clearly that it was a joke to piss off his girlfriend. Instead the judge ruled that it was the courts privy to decide what Dankula was 'thinking' at the time and refused all evidence of what he actually said in the video.

      It is dead. Stick a fork in it later or now is no difference. Why isn't Robert Hannigan ex-GCHQ not being dragged over the coals for meddling in the 2016 election on behalf of Obama and the Clinton? Where is justice? Where is the rule of law? He ran like a coward as soon as Trump was elected. Not one word from the UK media.

      All we hear is the US needs to drain their swamp. I look around and see swamps everywhere. Drain them all.



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    4. Wait ubtil you have,40 years of marriage to a psycho behind you and stay sane, with a calm Global presence. To stay in the game, you have to know how to play it, or be an expendable pawn. But Yes it's put London in a bad profile. yet the site has a calm multi facet presence. It also broke it for you. Assange will be used to play Clinton and the Deep State. Be assured this is an engineered crisis. Watch what unfolds . Assange is in play.

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    5. Cannauzzie you are correct. "This could cost Trump his 2020 presidential run. It will not sit well with the "fringe" that put him over the top." And I am one of the fringed! Potus best move quickly to solve this issue, and it best be in the interest of JA. OR.... not VOTE for DJT in 2020. I have already been very dis-illusioned with his current Zionist surroundings.

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  19. To help with the rhetoric, I'm taking the following tack. I've tested it already on FB. The firestorm that ensues is worth it:

    I'd like to know why Assange should be arrested for committing journalism while the staffs of CNN, NYT, DailyBeast, WaPo etc shouldn't. At least he didn't knowingly and maliciously leak classified misinformation as part of a treasonous defamation campaign for purposes of enacting a coup against a duly-elected sitting President.

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    1. Reformulated:

      Let me get this straight...

      Julian Assange is attested and will be prosecuted for releasing classified info on an program of illegal surveillance of American citizens not to mention war crimes...

      BUT,

      Nobody has been arrested, jailed or prosecuted for carrying out illegal surveillance on a sitting President.

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    2. Tino.... total corruption at highest levels.... the rule of law can be left out if it benfits those in power!.... I watched Pelosi with disgust today!....

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    3. Caught that about an 1 hour go. I assume they are human, but at the rate things are going and the hill of manure grows to the sky, I start to wonder if they truly are just skin-sacks of demons.

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  20. More than a black eye!

    Sounds like there’s a plan for an “upcoming suicide” with character assassination already in play? UK better hope Assange remains alive and isn’t taken out by an itchy trigger finger of one of their corporate mercenaries posing as police.

    Due process and justice died a long time ago. We just weren’t told that we never had such a thing! Smoke and mirrors..

    UK, expect to see global disgust. You played this very poorly. At least Russia has Snowden and he’s been ok...as far as we know....certainly in better hands than Assange.

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    1. True. Great trophy scoop for Russia.
      Sad to see what is descending with UK Politicos. Few merit respect. We are trawling the depths with most of then. Scum seems to float to the top in Politics today.

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  21. OWON: As we clearly predicted for you. Julian Assange has been arrested and removed from the Embassy.

    Now the fury of the Pentagon and US Politicos will decide his fate.

    This time you really will see live a one legged man in an ass kicking contest. For him, it's bad.

    Julian Assange: Wikileaks co-founder arrested in London


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  22. A little more from the ever wise Pat Condell. He could be speaking to our Congress as well!

    Let it rip, Pat!

    https://youtu.be/R9T4dGAxtO0

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    1. He defends Israel. Interesting to watch, but always keep that in mind.

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  23. Suppose JA makes it to USA. Suppose DoJ guides the Process. JA provides what they need. He gets a slap on the but and perhaps a superficial sentence with many privileges. USA gets info and evidence and JA gets a life. The louder the d-rats scream the more likely they know they are in deep doodoo.
    The repubs in the rino crowd will also be screaming. We shall see.

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    1. Then why is Chelsea Manning back in jail? Sometimes just reading the lines say what is actually true, reading between them creates hope where sometimes it is not deserved.

      Neither Trump nor his administration will help Assange. They will condemn him.

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    2. Under Bob’s scenarios, Manning could be in “protective custody” since there have been so many “suicides” going on.

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    3. While ask Manning how 'protective' her custody is. Ask her why she thinks they are trying to force her to say the Assange conspired with her to break a government pass code. So we are not to believe what Manning actually says? Or how she is being treated? How many lines are we to read between? At what time do we just stop and focus on the lines themselves?

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  24. Great points, Bob! Just saw a Trump video from his campaign where DJT said he loves Wikileaks!
    So I’ll calm down and sit in the corner for now! 🀑

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    1. Trump loved WikiLeaks because they were showing how corrupt the DNC was and Clinton especially. Campaign word salad.

      Trump will not defend Assange, he will condemn him. Judas.

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    2. Correct, he's expendable lunch now. Justice? This will scare Snowden. Don't assume Putin won't trade for him. Each are just pawns on the big board.

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    3. Difference is, Putin would trade Snowden for a chess piece. UK is doing it for the shear pleasure of licking the boots of US Agencies.

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    4. No London for sure will be trading nothing ever leaves on trust with America.

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    5. Right....

      I see a nice pat on the head. "Great job, you're a good ole chap"...

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    6. Absolutely correct that Trump will leave Assange twisting in the wind. Campaigning he loved Wikileaks. Yesterday? "I don't know much about Wikileaks." As usual, Trump is full of nothing more than what serves his own purpose.

      I am totally disgusted with the UK. Can't put the blame solely on Ecuador, you know the USA has to have been putting the screws to them for the past seven years. The US finally woke up and realized honey works better than pressure and made Ecuador an offer they couldn't refuse. More's the pity. But the UK? No excuses for their conduct. They ruined any reputation for independence and justice that they may have had left in one action, Assange's arrest.

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  25. Or roll over as a Texam Bulldog and get your Tummy tickled. Lol

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    1. I’m sitting in corner unruffling my feathers for time being. πŸ˜‰

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    2. Eagle πŸ¦…....for sure!

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  26. Minneapolis, Minnesota police conduct sex traffic sting just ahead of the NCAA Final Four, arrest 58.

    https://www.yahoo.com/sports/police-minneapolis-sex-trafficking-sting-during-final-four-ensnares-58-rescues-28-050057956.html

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  27. All think of Assange tonight. In 30 minutes his Cell lights go off. 8 o clock in the morning they will start at him again. Then the all nighters will follow. Then he won't know what time of day or day it is. Because its a Military bearing case he will not get a full legal presence. In 10 more days you may see a broken man. What I say this morning showed me he won't take interrogation. He's in play now and not softball.
    My assessment, he must be terrified. They haven't even started yet. The Agency will ensure they place Drunks in the next Cell. Cons getting banged up all night. It won't be the Ritz for sure. His interrogations start again tomorrow. None stop. No bail, no respite.
    He needs you all. Religious minded please pray for him. He will need strength. He's in a world of hurt. Frightened, alone and scared.

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    1. What military bearing? There is none in any of the charges.

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    2. Sounds like torture John. What has he done in the UK to warrant such treatment???

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    3. Certainly puts to a lie the statements in Parliament about fair trial and professional "impartial" treatment within the system.

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  28. “How many lines are we to read between? At what time do we just stop and focus on the lines themselves?”

    Of course, those are the $64,000,000 questions....used to be $64,000...but inflation, you know.

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  29. JA was handed over at the right time for the US to question him re HRC's emails and Seth Rich. While Trump must distance homself, Barr etc will get the info out of him legally for admission in court against HRC. It is dovetailing nicely with what Barr is beginning, IG report due in May/June and the indictments incoming. The timing was expected. Publically though he'll be roughed up for show.

    As for Snowden, wasn't he a Clown aiming for nsa to undermine the Mil Intel efforts that are now uncovering the DS? How else could he have gotten out of HK etc? Real destination was always Russia.

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  30. Assange Will be positioned and played hard this year . By tomorrow they will unveil multiple charges they will phase if he does not play ball. He's just live bait being trawled to hook the key targets . Deep plans will be in motion
    Today showed his fear. He blinked and key eyes on him saw it. A far bigger target is in sight and he will cough them up.
    It's all a dirty game of survival of the fittest

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    1. If you say so, but Wikileaks has nothing that governments don't already have - otherwise they wouldn't want him in the first place for so badly embarrassing them. But the charges are so bogus, so ridiculous... The indictment is legalistic dogmatic babble. In a somewhat fair non-railroaded situation they'd never get past discovery and almost certainly would win on summary dismissal for no other reason than the statute of limitations is already past and provably so due to when Manning was arrested and the "conspiracy" could not have been in play. And the moment the conspiracy angle fails, its about journalism and Pentagon Papers moves him out of jail.

      The insta polls are clearly showing this is becoming an Election 2020 issue. Trump's flip-flop on Assange has always been troubling and now it is becoming damaging. It will become worse and worse with MSM prattling the standard lines since the MSM has no credibility and even (D) turnips are putting it together. This is horrific for Trump. It will sink him. I realize there's no love lost with Trump bending knee to Neocon and Zionists at this point, but there are no alternatives on the horizon for 2020.

      The whole point of a legal system is to avoid the very situation that has been created here with Assange. In one fell swoop two nations have basically thrown their legal system out. While it was always true that a suspect could be railroad there was a bona fide belief that such shenanigans were used only against true murdering criminals. Assange is guilty of what? Espionage? Load of horse manure. Treason? Not a US citizen. Revealing State Secrets? He has not duty to either Britain or US. He's guilty of publishing. What a crime!

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  31. One thing everyone can take note of today. It is a great day to adjust your news filter.

    If any news agency and/or journalist is not calling this out for what it is, a blatant attack on journalistic freedoms, then they should be added to your filtered OUT news feed preferences. Cause they are obvious state propaganda peddlers.

    And John, "He will cough them up", speculating again. Why? Speculating over Trump, Trump JR and Kushner with Mueller for over a year and...... nothing!

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    1. They want Clinton and others and now Tramp is off the hook they can go for the Clinton's and access the Data Dumps Assange has. They may even add to them to ensure targeted parties go down. First they had to ensure the Mueller case did not stick .

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    2. Trump hopium? Remember Barr was Bush #41's AG. So while Bush was stealing the store Barr did what? Who will be over looking this? Barr.

      History tells us they will railroad the charges and jailing of Assange and throw away the key. Then Q will say Assange is not really in jail, he is in paradise somewhere and arrests are coming... which never happen.

      I am an optimist by nature, but there is no evidence that provides any optimism and plenty that provides pessimism. Governments are tyrannical by their very nature and Assange showed their dirty little secrets.

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    3. Hopium is right, John!..... I wish it were so!

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    4. Trump is just baggage to be carried while the real game pays out. He's just a sidewalk Barker. They let him play, within reason. Intelligent parties want Assange. Board games and power plays are now on. Who do they want to take down? Assange is just a stepping stone. An exploitable asset to trade. This is not about Justice. He will get none for sure. Trump will sway with the wind. Look at the Golan Heights? His Butt is owned.

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  32. https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/rule-of-law/julian-assange-has-been-arrest-by-british-police/

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  33. "The arrest and likely extradition of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange today is troubling news for journalism around the world.

    The Department of Justice alleges that Assange offered to help whistleblower Chelsea Manning by offering to crack a password. But they back up their indictment by citing common journalistic practices — trying to protect the source by using an encrypted online service to communicate.

    Journalists do this with sources constantly. I believe this is the start of the criminalization of journalism.

    This is concerning for us and any other news outlet because it sets a dangerous precedent that could be used to prosecute journalists for working with their sources. We need to be ready."

    - Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept

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    1. 'Journalism around the world' LOL! Now CNN, MSNBC will claim to be journalists!

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  34. Strange world !

    IMF approves $4.2bn loan for Ecuador

    WASHINGTON - The International Monetary Fund on Monday approved a $4.2-billion, three-year loan for Ecuador, part of a broader aid package to help support the government's economic reform program.

    The Washington-based lender agreed to the terms of the financing late last month, and the final approval of the IMF board on Monday releases the first installment of $652-million.


    https://www.enca.com/business/imf-approves-42bn-loan-ecuador?fbclid=IwAR2_3jynzZpbOh1BEIf4klmwkUV_Gy1sc_Cq7l2PqPKJ2YkAaA67fkzqtAE

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    1. Corrupt disgusting world. And there you have it. Thanks All or Nothing.

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    2. 😠😠😠😠😠

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  35. 1. Yes Journalists are now on notice. For Papparazis no bad thing, bloody vermin.
    2. Good Journalists need not worry, but not many of those to worry about.
    3. The UK sold out to Washington post war. Sad truth.
    4. But Yes real freedom of speech, ours, is a far bigger worry. They will come for the Blog sites next. Truth- Denied!

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    1. #2 Is BS.

      What exactly is a "Good journalist"? One that peddles state propaganda? Ones that follow government direction? Like the Guardian did when they destroyed hard drives contain Snowden information.

      Always judging the messenger and never the message.

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    2. I would like to see a journalist, in the US, try to report on a scandal as big as Watergate. Never happen today. Obama opened the door on spying on journalists.

      Never happen today.

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    3. It affected other nations, I was surprised to see a well regarded UK journalist stopped from reporting on Falcone and Bush. Intel muzzled the press and the Zios!!! It's not just the US. But the US won't do big features. The Agency muzzle is locked.

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    4. That was not my point, at all. That was a response to Watergate. What it means is NO journalist in the host country.

      That is why Greenwald left the UK. The writing was on the wall.

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    5. Hurts when two can play the D-Notice game!

      And yes, what journalist will now risk life and limb if a simple call by intel to the judiciary can result in arrest for doing their very function in a so-called "free society". The damage will last a generation unless clear examples of exposed scandals by journalist come out with the legal system doubling down on journalist safety from retaliation.

      The idea the "good journalists have nothing to fear" at this point is just not so. Assange's case has put retaliation upon journalist and whistleblower front and center. Whether Assange is a scared lion, a total chicken or a rattlesnake, Wikileaks was, is and remains an achievement worthy of respect. Character may be important in Westminster, but in rationalizing a miscarriage of justice, lack of character should never have been a reason. Let's hope the myopia shown here by governments is worth the generational damage that is entailed.

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  36. Become an asset to be Intel traded.

    More charges will be brought, these are just holding to start.

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    1. Which, almost by definition and context, have to be bogus. Already the conspiracy-to-commit is barely tenable. Any proper judge should be throwing additional extradition charges out of Court on the basis of impossibility to commit the crime. If we haven't yet obviously reached the "impossible to have a fair trial" point we never will. Great spectacle of destroying any faith in the UK legal system. All the talk of character, but clearly a judge will be selected that will follow orders from up on high rather than justice. Where's character in that?

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  37. This is part of a post written by a gentleman by the name of George Eaton over at rumormillnews

    TRUMP BETRAYS WHISTLEBLOWER THAT HELPED GET HIM ELECTED

    Behind the scenes the US government allegedly put pressure on the Ecuador government to claim that Assange had violated his terms of asylum in the Ecuador embassy in London. This led to the storming of the embassy and arrest of Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks by the UK government. It was through Wikileaks and Assange’s leadership that whistleblowers like Edward Snowden and Seth Rich exposed a variety of illegal and unconstitutional actions by the US and other governments. It was the exposure of alleged election dirty tricks by the democratic party and Hillary Clinton, that was instrumental in getting Trump elected president. In fact, Trump thanked them publicly and praised their actions of the free press which helped put Trump in good favor with the voting public. However, once Trump was in power, he disavowed Assange and Snowden and has parroted the statements of secret agencies that were trying to protect their illegal and unconstitutional activities, which are ongoing today. One of those campaign workers that allegedly uncovered corruption in the Democratic party in Hillary Clinton’s campaign, was murdered after he shared the information with Assange and Wikileaks. The murderers have never been found and brought to justice. On a scale of 1 to 10, this political event is a 10. It can’t be stressed enough how critical this is for our future liberties and freedoms. When rules are set up in society to protect all people it is called blind justice, where not one faction or political opinion is favored. The US Constitution was created to defend all people, and to guarantee the freedom of the press and freedom of speech. It is a principle that must be defended, even of those we disagree with in politics. Once a precedent is made against that principle, we are all at risk of being arrested, imprisoned, attacked, persecuted and controlled by a corrupt system that is accurately described as a tyranny.

    Personally, I don’t agree with the majority of things Wikileaks, Assange and Snowden espouse. I find it a bit too liberal and socialistic for my taste. One of those whistleblowers was “Chelsea” Manning, a transgender US military soldier that released documents to Wikileaks on unconstitutional military activities. But, the principle still stands. Every person has a right to expose unconstitutional activities. In fact, they are obligated by the laws of this land to expose the truth or else they could be found complicit in the crime and could be found guilty of a coverup. We don’t just stand for justice and the Constitution on the things we agree with. We stand for and defend the Constitutional rights of people we disagree with. Otherwise the entire system is a sham and has no real value.

    Hillary Clinton tried every trick in the book to get Assange arrested and brought back in chains to the US. She even joked about hitting the embassy with a missile. The US government put pressure against the UK in many forms to no avail. Then they turned to the government of Ecuador and allegedly uncovered some corruption with the politicians and used it as leverage to claim Assange broke his agreement of asylum. This in turn allowed them to have access to Assange and drag him out in hand cuffs to stand trial and also be available for extradition to the US. This is a perfect example of money and power in action against the rights and freedoms of the individual. It is a sad day in history when whistleblowers are hunted down as enemies of the state, while the only country left that defended them and would give them refuge was Russia. That should be an embarrassment to all Americans. This is a wakeup call – a clarion call that our government is corrupt, compromised and being run by an oligarchy of wealthy elite - hell bent on ruling the world with absolute power. An injustice to one person is an injustice against us all.

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    1. This guy has zero clue what he is talking about.

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  38. Today is Friday, as we await Great Tidings of Joy and Peace !

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    1. What a low life piece of trash this grotesque beast is. Nerve alright. The day of reckoning is getting closer for this evil putrid witch.

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    2. And what did he do? Help make sure you lost the Election Hillary? Lost your turn at the top? For that alone one could defend Assange for life.

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    1. What a wonderful ray of sunshine in a magnificent world. NOT

      These backward imbeciles need to be dealt with. Who the hell do they think they are treating gays in this manner. They think there is something wrong with gays do they. Well maybe others see their Sharia bullshit in the same manner. How about we stone them to death for being brain dead twats. So the new law I introduce is that it is perfectly ok to stone a Muslim to death that follows Sharia law. They can do it, so can we. Tit for tat.

      What a world. Is there really any hope left in this place?

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    1. Change the law. Servo-minds may not be used as a general service and may be used only by human beings as interface on a 1-on-1 basis. 1 human owns and works with 1 servo-mind. This puts the power of the AI in service of the human not the other way around. Then the relationship is the same as with any other computer program. It will happen anyway. Get in front.

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    2. It is actually ridiculous when you think of it. Borderline fear mongering concerning AI.

      It is a snake that will eat its own tail. If AI replaces workers to produce goods we consume, in the current system we have today, then the populous will not be able to afford the goods produced. Catch 22.

      People fear change and more than half the population fear tech.

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    3. Canauzzie, I think that is exactly the point, in an attempt to create break-away groups not dependent on the masses of people.

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    4. Well, normally the wealth of an entrepreneur is dependent on injecting into the stream of commerce a product. Roughly the price drops in half for every factor of ten unit expansion while the profit goes semi-exponential to the owner early on until maturity of market begins to pull profit down. Without sequestration, barriers to entry and regulatory impact, profit in the limit would be driven to zero with expansion of competition, maximizing employment and minimizing price. A good system, if presently crippled somewhat.

      In a world where you don't want to sell to the masses or employ them, the rich still need the goods and services. If automated servo-minds can provide this, even at a premium or luxury price, it kills the dynamic that employs millions. From the perspective of the rich they are free of employees in the limit and the rich can service each others needs at whatever high price point dictated by highly inelastic supply/demand curves. Absolute total wealth will be somewhat reduced by the scheme, but individual wealth will still be high or very high. Reducing the masses to poverty is either control or prelude to their elimination. Something we know is on the Agenda.

      Mexico, failed narcotrafficante State that it is, already has a rich elite class that has structured their lives to be beyond the Mexican masses. If every Mexican below $250K income was wiped out by a virus, the Mexican super-state families would continue without a hiccup. The only reason I know this explicitly is I recently consulted on a 20-nation rollout deal out of Mexico. The deal was not dependent on masses for its profit -- it was purely luxury concierge.

      As I argued previously with John, we need not create a situation where all the income streams of automation and servo-mind goes to a few players, providing expensive (or even not so expensive goods) to the rich and super-rich in a segregated economy of exclusion. Just as 1-to-1 servant minds would push the future one democratic way, reconfiguring the servo mind(s) as a cloud but with the features of a utility (water, gas, electricity) available to all, will push it another democratic way. In the latter, the advantages of mass market coupled with AI could cause multiple order of magnitude price drops. Ie. Ferrari's available for $1,000. A family of four living well for a year on $5,000 of income. This is why Agenda 21 is pure Evil insanity. We have or soon will have, the technology to keep 10 billion on the planet for a small fraction of the current carrying cost. It's unfortunate that the Elite, who should have been stewards, are mostly sociopaths bent on democide for reasons of control.

      In the more democratic aspect of using AI servant minds, we could de facto see the rise of a large and diverse entrepreneur crowd, just as it was prior to the rise of extreme specialization of labor and managerial specialists.

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  42. How You Can Be Certain That The US Charge Against Assange Is Fraudulent

    "Julian Assange sits in a jail cell today after being betrayed by the Ecuadorian government and his home country of Australia. A British judge named Michael Snow has found the WikiLeaks founder guilty of violating bail conditions, inserting himself into the annals of history by labeling Assange “a narcissist who cannot get beyond his own selfish interest.” So that tells you how much of a fair and impartial legal proceeding we can expect to see from the British judicial process on this matter."

    But the real reason that Assange has been surrendered by the Ecuadorian government, imprisoned by the British government, and ignored by the Australian government is not directly related to any of those governments, but to that of the United States of America. An unsealed indictment from the Trump administration’s District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, accompanied by an extradition request, charges Assange with “conspiracy to commit computer intrusion for agreeing to break a password to a classified U.S. government computer” during Chelsea Manning’s 2010 leak of government documents exposing US war crimes.

    This charge is premised on a fraudulent and manipulative distortion of reality, and you may be one hundred percent certain of it. Let me explain."

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  43. Another perspective
    https://www.naturalnews.com
    ANALYSIS: Deep state behind arrest of Julian Assange in last-ditch desperate effort to take down Trump with forced “confessions”

    (Natural News) ANALYSIS: The arrest of Julian Assange was actually triggered by DOJ AG William Barr telling the world that yes, Obama’s deep state operatives spied on Trump campaign officials. Now, the deep state is in a total panic, and they are pulling out all the stops to try to frame Trump and derail the DOJ investigation that will reportedly lead to criminal indictments by June.

    Those likely to be indicted include Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Andrew McCabe, John Brennan, James Clapper and many others who attempted to carry out treason against America, as President Trump stated today. They attempted a coup; they got caught; and now they are going to face the legal consequences of their lawless, criminal actions. (The entire left-wing media was also part of this criminal conspiracy against America… will the fake news journo-terrorists ever face arrest for their role in the plot?)

    But the deep state isn’t dead yet. They still run large groups of operatives inside the State Department, the FBI and even the DOJ. And traitorous globalist criminal Barack Obama sits on top of all these groups, running “the resistance” from his command bunker near the Capitol in D.C. Make no mistake: Obama is behind the arrest of Julian Assange, and the gambit here is to pressure Assange to fabricate accusations that implicate President Trump in the “Russia collusion” hoax that has already imploded.

    Corrupt Democrat Senator Joe Manchin has now declared Julian Assange to be “our property,” claiming it will, “be really good to get him back on United States soil.” Where, obviously, he can be tortured at will by Obama deep state operatives. Note that this Democrat senator refers to a human being — Julian Assange — as government “property” in much the same way plantation owners once categorized their own slaves as “property.” Is it any wonder the KKK was a creation of southern Democrats like Joe Manchin?
    Julian Assange will now be physically tortured by Obama’s deep state operatives

    If Assange can be forced to testify against Trump by inventing false “facts” that the media can run with, it could revive the Russia collusion hoax and pressure Barr to back off at the DOJ, thereby preventing Obama’s foot soldiers (Brennan, Clapper, etc.) from eventually turning on Obama and fingering the former president for his role in criminal treason against the United States of America.
    Thus, the very next thing that’s going to happen is that Assange will be transported to a U.S. torture facility run by Obama loyalists, and he will be repeatedly tortured until he agrees to fabricate fake testimony against President Trump. This is what happens to journalists in a world run by corrupt Leftists like Obama and the Clintons, all of whom are globalist criminals with a long history of ordering executions of their political enemies. (The Clinton body bag “conspiracy” isn’t a conspiracy; it’s real history as former special prosecutor Ken Starr suddenly admitted yesterday.)

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  44. The DOJ's Entire Case Against Assange Hinges On This One Critical Piece Of Evidence

    "Assuming he is successfully extradited (legal experts say there is a chance he might be able to successfully fight extradition, despite the blatant antipathy expressed toward him by British judges), Julian Assange will stand trial in a courtroom in Alexandria, Virginia where prosecutors from the Eastern District of Virginia will try to prove that he broke US law by goading Chelsea Manning into turning over hundreds of thousands of classified documents.

    To recap: Prosecutors surprised Assange's supporters when they revealed in their extradition warrant that, rather than pursuing him on espionage charges, or charges related to Wikileaks' publication of the classified documents, only one charge had been levied against Assange: conspiracy to hack a government computer."

    "As the Assange's legal team prepares to fight extradition, Manning is still sitting in a Virginia jail, after spending a month in solitary confinement, for refusing to cooperate with a grand jury, a tactic that the government is using to try and coerce answers out of her.

    But if there's one takeaway from this case, it's that the charges aren't what's important, as Tulsi Gabbard so eloquently pointed out."


    "The arrest of #JulianAssange is meant to send a message to all Americans and journalists: be quiet, behave, toe the line. Or you will pay the price.
    — Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) April 11, 2019"

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  45. The most Influential UK newspaper,the Daily Mail , has run an 8 page issue on Assange with a scale of character assassination worse than ever seen before. They have destroyed him and hugely Influenced any jury here. He's been hammered for arrogance, stinking personal hygiene, called a rapist and called out for putting lives at risk. Look at Clinton, not a peep. Yet Assange gets 8pages and pics. HoHow can he even fight extradition now as Judges read . Today for him got 100 times worse the media opened up in key areas to hang him. He will be given copies and will now be very, very afraid. I saw no strength of character to face this down, he must be mentally skewered. He will be a soft media home run for weeks. Assange is now in play for his life

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    1. Nice hit piece by newspaper. And you have judges, sitting on the Bench, who can't see thru this nonsense? So much for vetting. Amazing. How many more hits does the UK want its legal system to take? Y'all might want to recoup some credibility and not extradite the bastard.

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    2. Not to mention they are almost outright lying by omission. Unproven statements and the use of the word rape is beyond disingenuous. It is a smear campaign.

      UK and the world's most read news publication, the Daily Mail, is now just a tabloid rag. Fake news contributor.

      As it was we used to have to sift through it, like we do with the BBC. Now it just needs to be totally avoided.

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    3. Tino

      Not showing the Mail article is reverse censorship. It at least educates you all to what he now faces. Which are imposing odds. A fair trial? No chance. Not now.
      How can parties understand the problems if not reading the articles? We deny and go Primma Donerish, it achieves what? No one is claiming its a supported view. Just to show you how Assange has now been staked out. An article can not be more personal. Locked up he cannot even defend it.

      Read it then attack it all. That is your voice at least. But see what Assange now faces. If we can't show you that, what is our purpose? No one muzzles your response. If fact it gives you a full platform.

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    4. John,

      Not showing? I refuse to post it as OWON. OWON posts are seen as an endorsement. I will post it for you, Tino... anyone. I will not post it as OWON.

      That is not censorship. It is common sense.

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    5. I never called for censorship although some editorial discretion should have been exercised. I merely called it a hit piece. John said the judges would read it and integrate it. I merely claimed that any judge that takes the hit piece seriously doesn't deserve to sit on the bench.

      And yes, thank you for a forum that has wide latitude and tolerance. The lateral exposure is one of the many reasons OWON has its own dedicated screen on my 6-monitor setup (I do some complicated things, I'd die without 6 monitors).

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    6. Tino,

      I prefer a different set up. I use 3 50" 4K panels. Much more useful for what I do. They can replace the real estate of 12 1080p panels. Some programs I go full screen.

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    7. Aaaargh! Brain faster than hands... Above should have read "some editorial discretion by the newspaper should have been exercised."

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    8. Hi Canauzzie,

      It's six 28-inch 4K (3840x2160) panels... So OWoN is sitting actually in a half-panel.

      πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡

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    9. once you go 50" or bigger, you will never go back...

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    10. I hear you! I will take it on advisement when the monitors die the day after the warranty runs out.

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    11. Buy TVs, they are cheaper too.

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    12. One thing though, select carefully. They must do 4:4:4 Chroma subsampling @ 60 FPS. Many don't.

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    13. Of course they would run such an article. Have to brainwash the sheeple somehow so they can get away with what they are doing to him.

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  46. Assange is getting the “Robinson treatment” in UK...which very much resembles the “Bundy treatment” in US.

    Maybe at some point all will realize Justice Anna is correct——there is no government of, by and for the people at this time. It has all been usurped by government services corporations. Even our military are all separate corporations owned by mostly foreign people/entities. Look it up for yourself at Dun & Bradstreet. We lost our Republic in 1868. This also applies in Canada, UK, Australia, etc., etc. That’s why there is no “justice.” The courts, prisons are also for profit corporations. Just like any business, they do what makes sense/money for them while talking out of side of mouth marketing their “services.” That’s why Congress, Parliament...whatever...NEVER get around to doing what the people “vote” for!

    Sen Kennedy, R-LA, said this morning in reference to Congress: “It’s HARD doing nothing. You never know when you’re finished!” ��������. Love that guy!

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  47. A UK survey just asked the Public who they will vote for as an MEP for Europe.

    82% are claiming they will vote for Farrages Brexit party.
    If it stays that way the 2 majors will get Slaughtered and their very right to govern or agree any deal will get contested hard.

    Now THAT is the WILL of the people.

    On the Assange issues we need to give you all media views. You decide. None are official positions. Simply helping you see opposing views and contest as you see fit. Your voices.

    Is this a good time for the UK. Of course not. Nor is an MPs revolt against No Deal. As disgusting! Leadership- Where? Betrayal of a nation. Dam right we will expose and challenge it. This is not a good time. But you will get truth or both sides.

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  48. William Binney on InfoWars today. Tune in (not for Jones, for Binney!) He remains a Turing-level hero of mine. Greatest living code-breaker, techno-elite of the highest order.

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  49. Farrage and Mrs Rees Mogg will pull a lot of Brexit votes as MEPs. It's a Yes for me. I will vote for a Brexit MEP.

    As will many. In 2 more years a lot of seats may well be lost for the big 2. Deservedly.

    Annunziata Rees-Mogg to stand as MEP for Farage's Brexit party

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    1. Hate to be the “I told you so”’(really I ❤️ It) but recall Valdi and I both said Farage would be a much better PM candidate than May since he’s at least in favor of BREXIT? lol

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      He's not PM material, but a good Brexit EU wrecker. Don't over face him. Nigel knows hes not PM material. But targeted right he's a good EU Muppet Wrecker. May has had her day. Get out the Bin Bags. Knives are out now. Many of us will vote Brexit for the EU and smash our 2 parties system. Bother are useless. This is reality for you! Read below. We will knee Jerk these Jerks!

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  50. The Mail has destroyed any hope of a fair trial here. I don t know what the truth is, but the Fact is Assange is character assassinated now. 8 pages of relentless accusations.

    It's as bad as it gets. For him, horrific.

    'Narcissist' Julian Assange faces DECADES in US jail after he was hauled screaming out of Ecuadorian Embassy by EIGHT officers, found guilty of skipping UK bail and charged by American government with hacking 750,000 classified documents

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    1. Well, William Binney has weighed in and basically said the whole thing is a fraud on the U.S. side. If he is called as witness and expert for the Defense in the analysis of the held "evidence", Binney will eat the Prosecution alive.

      Here, though it isn't public yet in the MSM, the polls are heavily leaning in Assange's favor. So there will be at least two trials, Assange, and Trump in Election 2020. We call it here: Trump will be sunk by the Assange issue barring a reversal, and of course, Locking Her Up.

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  51. Also read the reverse Corbyn view of Assange not to be extradited.

    At least be informed of both sides,. You chose.

    I am not supporting either just portraying the Sheeple feed.

    Julian Assange should not be extradited to US - Jeremy Corbyn

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  52. Lets get Johns opinion here : Thank You

    Board of Governors of World Bank and IMF announce transition to asset-backed currencies
    [PRESSWIRE] Washington DC, United States - 09 March 2015 - The Board of Governors of the World Bank and IMF announced that fractional reserve fiat currencies will be replaced with gold from a trust created at the end of World War II.

    Jose Rizal, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, and his lawyer, Ferdinand Marcos, established this trust for the benefit of humanity. The trust also contains other precious metals, gems, and artwork.

    The Federal Reserve and the US Treasury do not possess the monetary gold reserves of the United States; these reserves are in the trust administered for the benefit of humanity by the Bretton Woods institutions. Instead, the Federal Reserve owes quadrillions in compound interest on obligations issued during the 1930s.

    The Board of Governors has filed Financing Statements with the Secretaries of State in the 12 states where the Federal Reserve Banks are located to secure this debt. National debts are going to be offset against the indebtedness of the Federal Reserve.

    Antal Fekete, a monetary expert of the New Austrian School of Economics, said: "A negative gold basis tells you that there is an excruciating shortage of deliverable gold."

    The Board of Governors determined that the fractional reserve fiat currency of each country is going to be exchanged for their national currency in aurum (http://www.peakprosperity.com/podcast/84359/new-way-hold-gold). Treasuries will issue gold certificates on an interim basis. The certificates will be replaced with aurum as they are minted.

    With restored confidence in international currencies, peace and prosperity will be preserved. Legal tender laws will go out of effect, and local currencies will be permitted. Countries may also issue asset-backed currency with other commodities than gold.

    The Bretton Woods institutions held the trust secret for 50 years so that the assets were clear and free for humanity as a whole under the statute of limitations.

    The 50 years of sequestration ended in 2005. A coalition for the rule of law has come into existence to end the secrecy and to safeguard humanity's patrimony. This coalition was predicted by an accurate power transition model developed for the US Department of Defense by Jacek Kugler (https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/sentia+model.pdf).

    The fractional reserve fiat currencies of the central bank members of the Bank for International Settlements will continue to circulate until they are exchanged with aurum.

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    1. All or Nothing,

      The Old Fed smoking mirrors game. Now you go Gold backed. If only!

      1. You can't even release 20 mts of Gold owned by Germany and other nations who asked years ago for its return because you no longer have it. You stole it and blew it.
      2.,Fancy fleets posing around the world suck up funds and Hegemony no longer pays. Everything you can rob, or deceive, you have. 990 plus bases and 4 squares a day cost- Gzillions!
      3. You had half the Marcos Gold. London the rest. You've squandered your share living the great lie, your cupboard is bare, now you want us to share our half. No! Dream on. Bare assed you can fund what?
      4. All these Goonie birds posing as Special Trustees for Elders Trusts are flakes! Not one can perform. All false fronts, fancy dress and dirty knickers. Flakes!
      5.Actual Elders hidden reserves are from Ancestors long since dead, with no paper chain of records to prove clear Title. So without LBMA paper chains and lawful Bundle Records of true ownership, you can't move it or sell it. The LBMA will deny you. You can't even let the EU countries recover tens of tons of their own lawful AU. You could not stop thieving and the cupboards are bare. Wolves fed. You raped a world of their wealth. Now your paper is discredited, the Petro Dollar is dead,SWIFT is being bypassed, bartering and new Trade deals bypass the US for Oil and Gas. The Chinese and Russians have taken the Middle East and now Venezuela. Now you are getting surrounded by S400s and S500s in Venezuela and Syria/ Iran. Soon Iran will deal with Israel. Or Russia may.
      6.Without AU it's a pipe dream. No one will deal with a Cabal which has lost its face and trust. All talk and all WALK! Gold backed USD, it's all broke talk! Guru Elders Agents- BS Peddlers. No Papers, you can't move it.Understand? Unless you can show clear and fully verifiable History of Funds and a clear paper chain to you, you don't own it. Nor can you sell it,without a full 100% clear LBMA Bundle record history. None of the Gurus have it, and the real Custodians of the Gold won't let you near. Not a chance. Catch 22, a Bare Ass for you. Sins of the fathers came home.

      The US will Gold back with what? Pay back what you owe first. But with what? Thieves tomb robbed the US. The Cupboards are bare.
      This is all empty talk.Broker rhetoric. Smoking mirrors. No one is inhaling.
      Forget the Marcos talk. Looted and defrauded. The Fed and FRB NY is an empty shell. The Quad Ts of Grey Screen funds are worthless BS. Non on balance sheet. Rigged. Worthless.

      You can't make Basle 111. You can't even make Balse 11. Your whole once wonderful Industrial nation is decaying. Bush 41 , Greenspan and the Zio Rats have bled you dry. Bushes blew so much on failing Derivatives gambles. Look how they robbed Falcone and YR.

      America and the UK have the finest Universities and outstanding potential to do so much- Good! But Zio rats sit guard on all money chains, and the Deep State use you as body bags. The puppets march to order and believe the Koor Aid and Hopium. Sad.

      But, and hear is real hope. Fact, the UK has central coordinating control of the vast Commonwealth. c2.5 Billion people. Also access to 2B more in Asia.
      We have the cultural links and trusts. London are Bankers to all. Merchant Bankers to Merchants of trade. We booted Rotts long ago.
      America and London combined could restructure trade and hope. Rebuild your failing infrastructure.Refocus both nations as Centers of Excellence. Because Still- Yes We Can! Together we can turn the lot around. But that means rethinking Politics. Rethinking new orders and better Democracies- For the good of All!Re Tasking PURPOSE! Re thinking life. Making your lives have meaning , not Demeaning.

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    2. Let Trump help you cut oil imports. Good moves. Save Trillions. Create home industries. Use Tariffs to level trade playing fields.
      Fire 50% of the wasteful Military and Agencies. Wake T F up! Stop being body bags for Israe Hell! Honour Good Jews. Boot Zios! Learn the difference.
      Encourage and find Leaders who can re track you and re think the Art of Peace!
      Because, Yes You Can! Rid America of Political Parasites.

      I am humbled by what you helped us do for Mike. So many good American hearts.
      So help us re task both our nations. Help us focus on need not greed.
      Be more than the GREAT site you are. Be Free- Thinkers!

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    3. The above is all you need. Look at what 12 men achieved?

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  53. Re Assange: Things are not what they seem.

    http://www.starshipearththebigpicture.com/2019/04/12/julian-assange-update-things-are-not-what-they-seem/

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  54. Ivanka to head the World Bank must have been a joke by him.....Kushner is the albatross around his neck....

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  55. Now Trump bans the Transgenders from military roles. That will bog him down in more litigious actions. Maybe he objects to 3 sets of toilets now? As for the showers? Who's looking at who?

    The British are fighting the Russians over Novichok.
    Trump is fighting the Military over Chopitoff?

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  56. Government is supposed to be a body for solving problems.

    Our governments are just extravagant vehicles for distracting the public as the wealthy stab us all in the back.

    You don't have to accept that!

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  57. TEXIAN, TINO, P and TIM + Others who dig down until you find a vein of gold. The following is a link to terabytes x terabytes of interesting info. I looked at a few files to make sure a few important items were included like HRC emails etc. This came to me late yesterday ..... Here we go ......
    The WIKI Files https://file.wikileaks.org/file/#gumballmodel Enjoy .... I have more coming your way. I was told there is enough sheet in here to ruin the careers of soooo many nefarious so called world leaders (FYI They are not leaders; they are scum bags od the lowest order)

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    1. Thank you Bob, you just shared what looks to be a gold mine. Been quiet as had caught a few things and didn't want to get in the way again. Need to get back to the barn, lambing time.

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    2. P This is an immense data mine and more forthcoming. Blessings to you and the lambs!

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    3. Wow Bob! I think folks forget that records are kept of everything that happens.

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    1. Thank you John for sharing. How sad that children are denied help that works for their health issues because the gov says cannabis use must be clinician led. What about the children and their families?

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  59. Good one! Here’s an oldie, but goodie...

    Two bowling teams, one made up of all blondes and one of all brunettes, charter a double-decker bus for a weekend tournament in Atlantic City. The brunette team rides in the bottom of the bus, and the blonde team rides on the top level. The brunette team down below is whooping it up and having a great time when one of them realizes she doesn't hear anything from the blondes upstairs. She decides to go up and investigate. When the brunette reaches the top, she finds all the blondes frozen in fear, staring straight ahead at the road and clutching the seats in front of them. The brunette says, "What is going on up here? We're having a great time downstairs One of the blondes says, "Yeah, but you've got a driver!"

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    1. Ha Ha Texian. I saw that one coming. Poor blondes. Thanks for the giggle.

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  60. Trade agreement ahead? Treasury's Mnuchin says China talks near 'final round'
    April 13 2019

    The nearly yearlong trade war between the U.S. and China that raised the prices on billions of dollars' worth of Chinese goods may be nearing an end.

    Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin said Saturday that the U.S. and China were close to finishing their trade talks and indicated that a deal could be announced soon. Trump administration officials have been involved in ongoing talks with their Beijing counterparts to a reach a deal.

    “We are making progress, I want to be careful. This is not a public negotiation ... this is a very, very detailed agreement covering issues that have never been dealt with before,” he said.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/economy/trade-agreement-ahead-treasurys-steven-mnuchin-says-china-talks-near-final-round/

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  61. Yellow vest demonstrators have again clashed with riot police in the French city of Toulouse as President Emmanuel Macron prepared a series of policy announcements aimed at quelling 22 consecutive weekends of anti-government protests.

    The southern city resembled a war zone today as police fired teargas and arrested several people after hundreds of demonstrators started throwing objects, burning rubbish bins and trying to enter areas where protests have been banned.

    Around 2,000 protesters had gathered on the Allee Jean Jaures - a wide avenue in the city centre - and on nearby side streets.

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    1. Macron is in a world of trouble. Many French want to leave the EU. He's got community and race problems boiling over.
      France is a lovely country. We just need to clear the bloody French out first.

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  62. Ecuador Hacked After Julian Assange Arrest

    "Two days after the Thursday arrest of Julian Assange at Ecuador's London embassy, several government websites were hacked; including Ecuador's official website, the Central Bank of Ecuador, the Ministry of the Interior and the Ecuadorian Assembly in the UK, according to Gateway Pundit's Cassandra Fairbanks, who was in London last week and documented the run-up to Assange's arrest."

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  63. A well attended Brexit Party meeting fronted by Nigel Farrage started with him defining us as a Nation of Lions led by Donkeys. I suspect now as nations look at the slop in Politics many will feel the same.

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  64. Just listened to this amazing interview of Dr Paul Craig Roberts speaking on Assange arrest, Venezuela and BREXIT with the theme of “Death of Truth.” Time well spent.

    https://youtu.be/j1nOsq3KDl4

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  65. MarkZ Saturday Q&A 4-13-19 "Positioning and Big Expectations"

    Mr C. has not been paid as of 30 mins ago. He is part of the dollar refunding project.

    Packages today and tomorrow. Omega expected today as well. Omega is part of the PP's as part of the St. Germaine Trust. Expectation: some delivery this afternoon. There has been bank pinging today.

    nflemingjr: Part of the problem on CMKX is that they have to be paid in the new currency.

    Member: Destiny, Alpha, Farm Claims, Bergevin etc.

    MZ: If package deliveries are in force tonight, I expect 800 numbers tonight or tomorrow..

    MZ: No holdup just logistics as they position for release.

    MZ: Paymasters: They are being made liquid so we can go. It is going to be a shotgun start.

    MZ: On Saturday info tends to come out late in the afternoon.

    Q: DO YOU (ANTICIPATE) DOING A STREAM TONIGHT?

    MZ: "Could" have a stream this afternoon or tonight. Will send out a tweet if I do.

    Q: When do you guess 800#?

    MZ: I am told 800# Sunday evening or before is the target for us so that appointments can start on Monday morning. This just makes logistical sense.

    nflemingjr: Anytime the 800 numbers will be out.

    nflemingjr: The final rates were locked in last night after the banks in Hawaii and have been put on the screen as of yet as of last night. Paymasters are reporting that they can see the funds in their accounts.

    MZ: Yes, I have also been told that. They report they can physically see them, and it is positioned for a shotgun release. Just so you all know Fleming is very connected, and he has very good information.

    Q: @nflemingjr, are they still just doing tests today?

    nflemingjr: I am waiting for the rates now. Yes, they are doing testing today.

    MZ: I am being told the same thing. There is a lot of testing and a lot of pinging. There is a whole lot to watch today.

    Member: The PING that went around the WORLD!!!

    Member: Last I heard from Hong Kong Source is 800#s go out Monday Night (USA), April 15th.

    Q: Morning Mark. Wondered if we would still be able to get a certain number of cashier's checks written at the exchange? (That used to be one of the things we were told).

    MZ: Yes, I am hearing up to 7 cashier checks at the first appointment. Make a list and bring it with you. I also hear we will have instant access to our wealth manager our new minion at a local branch.

    Q: Is the Afgan currency in the first basket?

    MZ: I hear it's in the second basket, and if it is, I’m buying some.

    Q: Are the PTB not up for giving us an NDA prep? Sure seems to me it would grease the skids, but what do I know?

    MZ: I have asked a number of bankers, and none are willing to bite yet.

    Q: : Are packages being delivered by USPS, and do they have a debit card in them?

    MZ: I am told all delivered will be by USPS …. And inside is a 100k debit card with instant access as soon as we call and activate it

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    1. Re Above

      This same Broker network has been pumping out this story for months.

      Facts.

      1. The Elders have no call in as of Sunday for Monday. I talked with them just.

      2. I checked with the US just. Sunday! Bergevin have no call in or pre advice yet. Until qualified treat as the last 500 times tomorrow claims. BS!

      3.CMKX. Sick of even hearing that name. Broker alley BS. It was scammed. When do thieves ever pay back? Did Madoff? Yawn, yawn, Yawn.

      4. Mr C. Jesus WEPT wise up! The guy does not have a pot to P in, but Jesus is coming on a Donkey sitting backwards and bare assed, with Codes and Cashiers Checks for who? And Debit cards strapped on Donkeys.

      The only thing the PTB will be giving will be Vaseline before a thorough Rogering again!

      Ping ping, Loonies are at work. Where is the money? Who pays with what? The Treasury has a $2.5B lock on funds. These " Special Accounts" are all old looted BS. How many times has this been promised? They look like Paulie , Rocky's Brother in Law, and his Dufus comics.
      Fact. NO key US parties have been contacted as of yet - SUNDAY! Nor expect to be.

      Is someone practising Comic fiction writing? Paulie has competition! Rocky punch these Mugs lights out.

      Facts, real info, will only be reported when we have it. 500 repetitions of this S!!! doesn't it make you wonder, are they operating from Belle Vue Funny Farm?

      Our guys are in the starting blocks in Stalls one to 5 every day. Nights too.
      We keep the Cannibal Rats unfed just for these guys. Picture a notice on each stall door,

      It's no use jumping on the seat,
      Now these rats teeth are sunk deep in new meat!

      Suckers born every day. Those who are getting paid won't be talking at all, and we will only allude afterwards. All will be kept off radar.

      Free Circumcision?

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    2. Notthistime, MARK Z is 100% B.S. He more than likely has a mental condition. You can simply look at him on his youtube channel and see that he is a complete fool. Look again, please use your mind, your wisdom, your intelligence. The man is an utter azz. Without question. If you dont believe, wait until next Sunday, and hear his story line, then maybe you will know.

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  66. When the world oldest Western Democracy votes to Leave the EU, only to have the will and RIGHTS of the people, its Electorate and deserving Nationals,rescinded by TRASH MP's who willfully deny the votes, and wantonly conspire with garbage like Blair, that Socialist Gobshite Troll Hag in Scotland, and others of low value, just to keep the nation in an unwanted Union, Democracy dies.
    Brexit mean leave. Any MP voting against the Referendum wishes should have been fired.
    That is Democracy! Out! With a kick in the Snout!
    It's appalling that 5M hanger on Scotts can deny 60 M plus English their own rights. Big mistake not finishing it after the Jacobean rebellion. Even the Romans build a wall to keep the Buggers out. How can a bunch of wailing Scotts whingers deny England the right to leave. Why give a Conquered population of Never Been's such powers? The dam place is just a Rain sodden, wind swept Welfare Kip of a place. 2,000 years and still can't stand on their own feet. Why let Stupid vote? Hangers on. Sod the Union no English want it. Free England the rest can go.

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  67. The 7 Years Of Lies About Assange Won't Stop Now

    "For seven years, from the moment Julian Assange first sought refuge in the Ecuadorean embassy in London, they have been telling us we were wrong, that we were paranoid conspiracy theorists. We were told there was no real threat of Assange’s extradition to the United States, that it was all in our fevered imaginations.

    For seven years, we have had to listen to a chorus of journalists, politicians and “experts” telling us that Assange was nothing more than a fugitive from justice, and that the British and Swedish legal systems could be relied on to handle his case in full accordance with the law. Barely a “mainstream” voice was raised in his defence in all that time."

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  68. If Assange does have files and logs to help the US and Trump, his Attorneys wll bargain with it.
    1. Technically Sweden has first call for Extradition."Alleged " Rape although dubious!
    2. Bona fide withheld files on Clinton and the Deep State, need to be plea bargained.
    3. Forget romantic fantasies. Assange walked into this Croc Pit bare assed so let's hope he's got enough to plea bargain out. One way or another all truths will come out. Could be what's needed for many of them.

    We WILL give all reports on Assange issues, you decide what is your truth. Balance will be found. He's in play for sure now. Any Excreta on our Cell walls, as claimed by the Embassy and we will rub his face in it and make him eat part! If so he will be taught manners. Smoke and fire? Let facts come out first. Keep open minds. Assess all. We will not be taking sides or confirming just reporting. Censoring is bad. Just comment, God knows you all are more than capable to discern facts. Who knows what is truth- Yet? But secrets don't stay buried. Is a Dam of dirt about to break free?

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  69. It was reported on several reliable sites quite a while back that Sweden had dropped the rape charges. Most believed those charges to be fake anyway.
    John,

    I’m not content with “my truth.” We are demanding THE TRUTH. IMO the best indication of truth has verifiable evidence with it.

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  70. Re: https://file.wikileaks.org/file/#gumballmodel

    OMGosh, Bob, where do we start? Perhaps folks here could divide the list into sections and assign???

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    1. https://file.wikileaks.org/file/?fbclid=IwAR3Ex4AfQn1Y0Dve0E-ppEh2dw25pi3bNUNP7AxFZnlYZ9bBkgq-6y80xrI

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  71. Mark Meadows expects criminal referrals from DOJ watchdog(IG)
    Apr 14 2019

    https://youtu.be/j4sm10mvoyU
    2:30

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