Journalist John Pilger has delivered a stark warning from WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, who said that his persecution is intended to kill dissent. “Speak up now,” Pilger said, or face “the silence of a new kind of tyranny.”
Assange is currently serving a 50 week sentence in Belmarsh Prison for skipping a bail hearing in 2012. US authorities are seeking his extradition for his role in publishing classified documents, accusing him of espionage. Speaking at a rally outside the Home Office in London on Monday, Pilger passed on a message from the WikiLeaks editor who, if extradited and convicted, could be sentenced to 175 years in prison.
It’s not just me. It’s much wider. It’s all of us. It’s all journalists, and all publishers who do their job who are in danger.
“The danger Julian Assange faces can easily spread to the present and past editors of the Guardian, the New York Times, Der Spiegel, El Pais in Spain, the Sydney Morning Herald, and many other newspapers and media outlets that published the WikiLeaks revelations about the lies and crimes of our governments,” Pilger continued.
“By defending Julian Assange we defend our most sacred rights,” Pilger warned. “Speak up now or wake up one morning to the silence of a new kind of tyranny.”
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This is from the obama years but it’s absurd to think it doesn’t represent a high-level consensus in the permanent government. Obama is only one of many trojan horses waiting in the wings.
The idea is to overthrow the last remnants of constitutional government under false pretenses like 9/11 and staged massacres, and institute a nightmare for the benefit of a small elite, most of whom are deluded about their own fate in the system they are helping to bring about. (see Kerth’s article http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/02/how-the-illuminati-plans-to-use-surgery-as-social-control/ Trying to play along with the devil is a fool’s game)
The desire for revenge is understandable but given our current situation it’s probably counterproductive. Both the public and the would-be mid-level technocrats would be better off if they became whistle blowers while they still have time. The penalty for treason is death. We need a truth and reconciliation process at least for those who can plausibly plead idiocy. http://www.justice.gov.za/trc/
The agri-chemical giant has a storied history of using shady tactics to attack critics and influence the media.
This is an excellent article and this is the conclusion. Link to the full article is at the end of this post.
The full nature and extent of this “weird shit” are still unknown, but Monsanto’s emails and internal documents released during litigation have brought it into sharper focus. In a January deposition, a Monsanto representative said that in 2016 the company spent “around $16 or 17 million” on activities to defend glyphosate. A July 2019 Monsanto document released during litigation details the company’s broad plan to combat Freedom of Information Act requests that have uncovered ties between the company and third-party spokespeople in academia, noting that Byrne was tasked with working with academics to support Monsanto.
Eamon Javers is the Washington correspondent at CNBC and author of “Broker, Trader, Lawyer, Spy: The Secret World of Corporate Espionage,” which traces the history of corporate spy firms such as Hakluyt. “The techniques we most often see in corporate espionage ― dumpster diving, physical surveillance, and false identities ― can supplement more staid documentary and informational research on a target,” he said.
Javers added that the public remains unaware of how these espionage efforts can help shape the news and damage a company’s critics. “Reporters are more often interested in whether the information is true or not than where it comes from.”
Read the full article at https://www.huffpost.com/entry/monsantos-spies_n_5d7ba20de4b03b5fc88233c4