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Very bad news for Julian Assange and for human rights

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Very bad news for Julian Assange and for human rights
The Duran: Episode 1059

George Galloway: Do Britain and the US secretly want Julian Assange to commit suicide?

George Galloway: Do Britain and the US secretly want Julian Assange to commit suicide?

Follow RT on The recent shameful High Court ruling in London indicates that the only way Britain’s most prominent political prisoner can prove he’s a suicide risk is by actually taking his own life. Is that what the authorities are hoping? The 21st century has provided many days of shame for Britain and yesterday was just another.

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Christina
Christina
August 12, 2021

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August 12, 2021

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Living in Infamy
Living in Infamy
August 12, 2021

Yeah, it’s pretty clear they want Assange to kick the bucket.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Living in Infamy
August 12, 2021

Actually, I rather think they don’t want him to die – just yet. Because once dead, people’s attention would focus on something or someone else. They want to continue to torture him to death ever so slowly, because he is of use to them as the living (?), but intensely suffering example of what will happen to you if you dare speak the truth and reveal their evil.

Read
Read
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
August 13, 2021

“IF”Assange dies. things are in motion to expose the corrupt cunts, he only has to say the word & it will be released!Many shekels will be lost OI VEY!

Dick Eastman
Dick Eastman
Reply to  Read
August 13, 2021

If that’s the contingency placed on the US State Department and Justice — on the Anglo-American establishments — that might explain his captivity through the Obama, Trump and Biden, May and Johnson governments — “release and you will die” — although what evil can be unknown that we have not already deduced from what is already known about everything?

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Read
August 13, 2021

those things may be in motion, but so is the system of suppression of all inconvenient news by those ruling over us. So much has been known already, without any consequences for the evil-doers. Cuomo committed mass murder against nursing home residents, but got a slap on the wrist (resignation) for sexual misconduct instead. And nobody sees anything wrong with that. Whatever else Assange knows that we don’t know already may not get any results either. An election was stolen outright, and nobody, not even the SCOTUS, did anything about it. There no longer is any justice in this country,… Read more »

platon
platon
August 12, 2021

The UK is a disgrace and little more now than Regional Capital of the Pedosphere as well as hideout and Gaol of the International Globalist Class.
A kind of Guantanamo Bay on the Thames.
How the once, supposedly, mighty (and virtuous) have fallen!

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  platon
August 12, 2021

once mighty – yes. Virtuous, not so much. No colonial power in history has ever been virtuous. The rape and exploitation of other nations and virtue are two things that just don’t go together.

Greg
Greg
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
August 13, 2021

You will find, upon examination, that most countries have, in one way or another, been colonialists, and almost ALL were involved in the world-wide slave trade. I think it was Oscar Wilde who prefaced one of his books with the statement'”I have not changed any names to protect the innocent: there are no innocents to protect.’

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Greg
August 13, 2021

that’s quite an exaggeration. “According to ISO ‘Country codes’ standard, there are 249 countries in the world (194 of them independent).May 25, 2021″ If all of them were colonialists, then where are the colonized countries? And only a handful of them were actively involved in the slave trade

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Read
Reply to  platon
August 13, 2021

You are “SPOT ON” there !

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Auk
Auk
Reply to  Read
August 13, 2021

These guys are nearly 100 and still going strong in their plotting. At their age they really should be worrying about what is waiting for them on the other side.

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Greg
Greg
Reply to  Auk
August 13, 2021

Seems like the devil is giving them the gift of eternal life. Look at Soros. Those eye bags are where he keeps his Faustian pacts.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Greg
August 13, 2021

The devil with his helpers, those getting filthy rich by selling them organs from people under the age of 30 on the black market. It’s that market that seems to be the most profitable business enterprise, except it’s never mentioned in the news. Those two guys probably had every organ in their bodies transplanted at least 2 or 3 times.

dcastle
dcastle
August 13, 2021
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This heartbreaking. I am losing faith in the legal systems of the world.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  dcastle
August 13, 2021

The world is bigger than the US/UK/EU vassals. We certainly don’t have one that functions as it’s supposed to.

Dick Eastman
Dick Eastman
August 13, 2021

I think of the US citizens who went to the Capitol to lend moral support to Congressmen and Senators challenging the credentials of electors from Dominion Software and Mail-in Ballot States — being held and tortured right in Washington DC and I think of the arrest, trial and injustice meeted out to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who was caught on cameras at the Boston Marathon carrying his wWHITE BACKPACK and was arrested, stood trial in Boston, in a trial that overlooked the fact that the bomb, according to FBI forensics, physical evidence and photo evidence establishes that the bomb that Dzhokhar is… Read more »

Greg
Greg
Reply to  Dick Eastman
August 13, 2021

Not to depress you further, but this is an excellent, detailed and thorough look at the so-called Capitol Hill incursion and the degree to which the FBI infiltrated the group and possibly (probably) instigated what violence there was. It looks at the indictments and the strange phenomena that those who created the most mayhem were not indicted, and vice-versa. In other words, the infiltrators were protected.
https://www.revolver.news/2021/06/federal-foreknowledge-jan-6-unindicted-co-conspirators-raise-disturbing-questions/

wtk
wtk
August 13, 2021

After Wikileaks – in cooperation with the «New York Times», the «Guardian» and «Der Spiegel» – published the «Afghan War Diary» -one of the largest leaks in the history of the American military – the US empire demanded that its allies inundate Assange with criminal cases. Thanks to the investigation and the perseverance of the UN special rapporteur on torture, Nils Melzer, the truth is eventually coming out. Let us be very clear and put the primary blame on the master hand behind the victimization of Julian Assange – it is the US empire and its willing agents and lackeys; Sweden,… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
August 13, 2021

I read this morning an article by John Pilger about the Assange case. Here a short excerpt: And has she read the WikiLeaks’ leak of a Pentagon document dated 15 March, 2009? This foretold the current war on journalism. U.S. Intelligence, it said, intended to destroy WikiLeaks’ and Julian Assange’s “centre of gravity” with threats and “criminal prosecution.” Read all 32 pages and you are left in no doubt that silencing and criminalising independent journalism was the aim, smear the method.” Two reader comments following the article: gcw919 August 12, 2021 So Joe Biden was going to be the antidote… Read more »

gte
gte
August 14, 2021

The UK legal system is a joke.

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