Hearings in the UK are scheduled for October 27 and 28 for the extradiction of Julian Assange to the USA, where he would be charged with war crimes.
The problem is, Julian Assange is not a “traitor” because he is not an American citizen. He is a journalist who simply reported facts that the establishment did not want to be known. If they did not want us to know what they were doing, they should not have done what they did… problem solved.
I understand that in UK prisons, they have been torturing Julian Assange, which is in itself a crime. I choose to let him go and to let the public find out what it needs to know about governments, politics, wars and all things related.
Please join me in declaring: “I DO NOT CONSENT to the imprisonment, trial or punishment of journalist Julian Assange… Let him go!” May every prayer for Julian’s safety counter 10,000 rituals performed by the dark side.
If they do not release Julian Assange, then let us all know what mischief The Powers That Be (TPTB) were up to, that they want to keep hidden. There are many in power who have strong Scorpio (Mars) and Aries (Pluto) elements in their charts. These planets and the signs they rule are indicators of war and nuclear war. Scorpions are known to hang on to their prey and sting, sting, sting, until it dies. In this case, I pray the scorpions die before they succeed in stinging their prey to death.
Speaking of prey, Dr. Peter Breggin and his wife Ginger have released a new book: COVID-19 and the Global Predators: We Are the Prey. The title tells all we need to know. We are prey and we are “ruled” by vindictive, vengeful warmongering scorpions. Time for a big shift in the power dynamics. The naughty ones are few and the good are many.
- American whistleblower Edward Snowden spoke at The Belmarsh Tribunal via a livestream from his remote location in Moscow over the weekend.
- In part, he was urging people to stand up for Julian Assange as he faces another extradition hearing this week.
- The US continues to push to extradite Assange for exposing the government’s war crimes.
- Are Assange’s rights the same as ours?
- If he loses his, do we eventually lose ours?