Medical Evidence In the Assange Trial This Week Reveals What His Supporters Have Said for Over A Decade

Assange's legal battle to avoid US espionage trial resumes in London

Medical evidence revealed in court this week in the Assange case has proven what Assange has said all along and what we, his supporters have stated for years.  Assange’s isolation has caused him emotional issues and the solitary confinement he has endured has made him suicidal.  In several articles I have written I discussed the results from solitary and what it does mentally and physically to a person. (You can see them at the following addresses: and )

According to an article at WSWS seen at :

Wednesday’s proceedings in Julian Assange’s extradition hearing began with the evidence of Dr Quinton Deeley. He is a National Health Service consultant psychiatrist, a senior lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry and a co-author of a Royal College of Psychiatry report on autism in adults.

On the basis of a standard psychiatric test for autism, a two-hour observation, a six-hour telephone interview with Assange and additional interviews with his friends and family, Deeley diagnosed Assange with an autistic spectrum disorder, specifically Asperger’s syndrome.

Assange in Belmarsh Prison

The diagnosis is legally significant because individuals with an autistic spectrum disorder are significantly more likely to complete suicide. As Professor Kopelman testified Tuesday, Assange is suffering from moderate to severe depression with symptoms including “suicidal preoccupations.” These conditions, Kopelman said, are triggered and exacerbated by the threat of extradition and would be considerably worsened if Assange were to be incarcerated in the United States.

Under the UK Extradition Act (2003), an individual’s extradition is prohibited if it would be “unjust and oppressive” on account of their “physical or mental condition” or if it contravenes Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which guards against “torture” and “inhuman or degrading punishment.”

Speaking on the likelihood of Assange committing suicide if extradited, Deeley said his view was that the risk was “high.” Extradition is “an outcome which he fears, which he dreads. He’s described contemplating it with a sense of horror.” Assange had “consistently maintained that he would find it an unbearable ordeal” and that he views his treatment “as an essentially exemplary punishment, that an example is being made of him.”

Describing how Asperger’s would “compound” Assange’s depression and the threat of suicide, Deeley explained that “the rate of mental disorders” and “rates of suicide are higher in people on the autistic spectrum” and that their “ability to tolerate psychological stress in general is reduced.” In Assange’s case, “his very analytic and highly focussed thinking style does contribute to a propensity for intense preoccupation and rumination. … It is an exacerbating factor for his depression and his mood state. It contributes to his very intense feelings of anxiety and produces essentially an unbearable mood state, an emotional state which he feels unable to tolerate.”

Prosecution lawyer James Lewis QC’s attempts to dismiss the diagnosis of Asperger’s were callous and ill-informed. Deeley was forced to tell the court in response to his cross-examination that “people on the autistic spectrum can manage as parents” and that “a person on the autistic spectrum can be dutiful.” On multiple occasions when Lewis did not receive the answers he wanted, he asked tersely “Are you trying to help the court?” Defence lawyer Edward Fitzgerald QC objected to this “inappropriate” questioning of an expert witness giving “focussed, intelligent, intelligible answer[s].”

At one point, the prosecution lawyer attempted to suggest that Assange’s “concern for children, the vulnerable and animals,” noted by his mother in her interview for Deeley’s assessment, was “inconsistent with the criteria” for autistic syndrome. Deeley replied that “A person on the autistic spectrum can be dutiful or principled or subscribe to ideals of behaviour and also be moved by the thought of suffering in general of other people.”

The doctor explained in summary that by normal clinical standards his assessment “would be considered a comprehensive basis in order to reach a diagnosis.” He acknowledged that his was the sole diagnosis of an autistic spectrum disorder, but pointed out that Dr Nigel Blackwood, who will provide medical evidence for the prosecution, “recognised some traits are present.” Fitzgerald noted that it was Professor Kopelman who first picked up the traits, prompting him to ask for an autistic spectrum assessment. Deeley added that during his time at the Adult Autism Assessment Clinic, “most [referrals] did not attract a diagnosis of autism … we’re very sparing in the application of the diagnosis.”

The assessment provided by Deeley makes all the more despicable the media’s decade-long demonisation of Assange as “weird,” “immature,” and worse. It underscores the tremendous strength of the WikiLeaks founder’s character in continuing with his work and legal defence under such a relentless assault. Those who rolled around in this muck—from Guardian journalists to pseudo-left organisations and the ex-liberal establishment—are beneath contempt.

In the afternoon session, Professor Seena Fazel, a forensic psychiatrist, was called as a witness by the US government. Fazel has specialist knowledge of prison suicide and the treatment of mental disorders among prisoners.

James Lewis QC sought to establish that Fazel’s assessment of Assange differed markedly from that of Professor Kopelman and his colleagues who had diagnosed Assange as suffering from “moderate to severe depression,” with “mood congruent” psychotic symptoms—auditory hallucinations.

Fazel testified that Assange was “moderately depressed,” telling Lewis that, based on his visits with Assange in March and June this year, “I wouldn’t classify it as a ‘severe depression with psychotic features.’”

Despite being called as a witness by the US government, many of Fazel’s observations were consistent with arguments made by the defence. He described suicide risk as “dynamic … it changes in relation to circumstances … It’s very, very difficult to anticipate with any certainty what someone’s suicide risk will be in a month, in two months, particularly if their situation has changed.”

Under cross-examination by Edward Fitzgerald QC, Fazel agreed that Assange suffers from depression. Fitzgerald cited Fazel’s witness statement, which explained the divergence in opinion on the severity of his condition, “Both Professor Kopelman and Mullin characterised Mr Assange’s depression as severe. One possible reason that my view differs, is that my two clinical assessments are more recent, and Mr Assange has improved since September 2019.”

Edward Fitzgerald QC: “So, you’re not saying, ‘they got it wrong in September’? You’re saying … ‘this is a condition that can get better and it can get worse.’”

Professor Fazel: “That’s right.”

Fazel concurred with Professor Kopelman’s view that two factors influencing Assange’s improvement were medication and his removal from Belmarsh prison’s health care wing, where he had been kept for several months in solitary confinement. Fazel agreed with Fitzgerald’s statement that “we are dealing with an episodic and fluctuating condition which can be severe and can be moderate.”

If Assange were placed in isolation and removed from his current supports—including psychological treatment, medication, the Samaritans, and his family—he would be at “heightened risk.”

Based on his examination of Assange in June 2020, Fazel confirmed he was at “high risk” of suicide. He also agreed that if Assange were convicted and received a long sentence, this would be a risk factor.

Fitzgerald asked Fazel whether solitary confinement, defined under the Mandela Rules as 22 hours a day in isolation, would affect Assange’s depressive condition. He explained that without the opportunity to exercise or mix with other prisoners, and without family contact, his condition would be exacerbated.

Fitzgerald cited US government sources that Assange might be subject to Special Administrative Measures (SAMs) if he is extradited. If this were to happen, he would “not be able to associate with other prisoners, he would have very limited contact with the outside world and any phone calls that he made would be monitored.”

Fazel conceded these circumstances, combined with a lengthy sentence, would lead to a heightened risk of suicide, with a key factor being “bleak prospects … hopelessness is an important risk factor.”

US prosecutors had pointed to an improbable array of programs available to US federal prison inmates—ranging from “essay and poetry competitions” to art appreciation and business skills courses, but Fitzgerald explained that Assange would be categorised as a “security risk” and denied access.

Fazel conceded that he was “not an expert on US prisons,” not an expert on SAMs and had not visited ADX Colorado where Assange may be held in pre- or post-trial detention. Fitzgerald cited descriptions of it as a “clean version of hell” and the prison warden’s judgement that it is “unfit for human habitation.”

Later in the afternoon, excerpts from the witness statement of Dr Kate Humphrey, Principal Research Clinical Neuropsychologist at Imperial College London, were read into evidence. She reported the outcome of psychometric tests on Julian Assange at HMP Belmarsh, confirming he has suffered cognitive impairment as a result of his prolonged incarceration.

While Assange’s educational and occupational history had suggested an optimal level of intellectual functioning “in the superior, or more likely very superior range,” tests conducted at Belmarsh showed an “average” score for single verbal reasoning, “significantly below” this optimal level. The report continued, “he was unable to complete a second verbal sub-test as he felt overwhelmed with information and nauseous and performed in the low average range on the amount completed.” He performed poorly on a range of tests, showing evidence of impaired memory and orientation.

Humphrey’s testimony shows the personally devastating outcome for Assange of the multi-state vendetta against him. What UN Special Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer described in May 2019 as a decade-long “public mobbing” and “psychological torture” of Assange has had the desired effect.”

The fact is that anyone who has attacked Assange for any reason in the last ten years is guilty of torture.  The “mobbing” done in his case was orchestrated to destroy him.  The U.S. government knew about his asperger’s it is guaranteed and still orchestrated one of the worst destructions of character ever done by the MSM to make it easier for them to prosecute him.  They set him up on false rape charges to further tear down not only his self esteem but to make him a villain in the public eye.  Why? Because his release of documents exposing the injustice of the American military in foreign wars embarrassed a select few elites who called for his death.

Assange is not an evil outlaw, but a hero enduring profound torture under 2 governments who do not care about the individual but only their pride and their reputations as empiric forces.  How can one man stand against the most powerful country in the world?

While Julian remains under remand in the equivalent of Britain’s Gitmo as his health deteriorates and so does his mind, those who committed the crimes he revealed are free and received a hero’s welcome at home.  Those who were murdered and raped and tortured have never seen justice nor has Assange for standing up for what is just.

There is more to this story as well.  Those who seek to ruthlessly eliminate this journalist intend to use him as an example to other journalist who may think about exposing their crimes.  It is a direct attack on free speech and free press as we know it and once Assange is extradited and stands trial, our freedoms will be relinquished.  This is tyranny at its best and is a revolting display of forced right violations by a country who deserves to be held accountable for its deeds. 

If we cannot hold our governments accountable, we are no longer a free people but simply slaves to those who rule us.  Will the U.S. become the next Nazi Germany or follow the example of China in ruling their people with an iron fist?  The prosecution of Assange is simply a move in that direction.  It is time for the people to take a stand against this atrocity and tell their elected officials they cannot take away our rights.  We the People must free Assange.

Both Parties in the U.S. Are Telling Us To Eat Cake


How will Americans survive if they are homeless this winter?

Today was the deadline for the Senate to vote on a stimulus package to help U.S. citizens with a failing economy due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  However, they couldn’t even negotiate.  According to reports, instead of sitting down to civilly discuss possible outcomes, they threw insults back and forth and walked out.  Now, they will recess as the average citizen waits for the worst to happen.

At the end of the month, laws passed to stop evictions will be leaving many without housing and on the streets.  According to an article seen here:

28 million Americans will soon become homeless.  During the Great Depression the number was approximately 10 million.

In another article by Axios seen here:

“The coronavirus pandemic threatens America with a new wave of homelessness due to a cratering economy, expiring unemployment stimulus payments and vanishing renter protections.

The big picture: 23 million Americans are at risk of eviction and exposure to the shelter system during a pandemic, the AP reports, citing the Aspen Institute.

  • The latest Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey found last week that more than 26.5% of American adults 18 or older questioned whether they would be able to make last month’s rent or mortgage payment or had little or no confidence they could pay next month, the AP notes.”

Additionally, at the end of July, the 600 extra given to unemployment recipients expired.  The stimulus check that was all but promised was not agreed upon.  Do Senators care?  Evidently, not enough to put aside differences and save the U.S. from falling apart.  In fact, they may as well have told voters to “eat cake.”

The answer to this crisis has not even been considered by lawmakers and the only thing I see in the future are more questions.  Citizens of the U.S. should reply by voting these animals out of office.  If they cannot do something to help the taxpayers, they need to be out on the street themselves.

In A World Full Of Stress, Stop and Enjoy the Little Things


With a definite economic collapse in the works, many unemployed and on the verge of becoming homeless (if they aren’t already) and Covid-19 sitting on the steps looking for a way in, many are stressed to the point of breakdown.  Here is what I recommend to help you in these trouble times.

Stop and smell the roses:  This doesn’t necessarily mean literally find a rose bush and smell the flowers.  It means to take a walk and take a deep breath of fresh breath somewhere nice.  Enjoy your children playing and giggling if you have them.  Play with your pet. Do something that helps you relax.  I went for a walk the other day and stopped under a maple tree.  I took a deep breath as I noticed the smell it emits.  It had been so long since I noticed such a thing.

Try meditating.  Find a quiet place, close your eyes, and try to free your mind of everyday thoughts.  For me, I pray during these times.  I visualize myself laying face-first at God’s throne and as I lay out my problems and turn to worship, I picture Him gathering me in his arms like a child.  For me, this takes away the stress.

Something else I do:  I will close my eyes and picture myself in a field full of grass and wildflowers.  I envision a huge tree in the distance and a cliff that drops to the ocean on one side of me.  I picture myself dancing around in circles as the sun touches my face.  I can feel a soft breeze.  I often stay in this place until I can relax.

When you need a quick way to get rid of stress, take a deep breathe and let it out slowly several times in a row.  Count to ten as you do it.  Sigh.  It works.

Meanwhile, I hope you all can get through this.


It’s all just Dust in the Wind

We spend our whole lives working just to survive and in the end, what does it matter? Without Jesus, it’s just early things that we collect. Without Jesus, our loves are just dust in the wind.
Solomon was the wisest man and he understood that it is all just vanity. We collect material things and go into debt and work our lives away to serve a government who enslaves us. Freedom is an illusion when you enslave yourselves by thinking material things matter. Truly, the love of money is the root of all evil.
Most of us have approximately 70 years on this earth and we spend 50 of it slaving away. In the end, our labors are literally just a joke. It all returns to the earth in the end.
Civilizations are buried beneath the ground. Lives lived. Yet, every day people continue hopelessly busting their ass for what? A sliver of the pie?
Take a moment, smell the roses, enjoy what little time you have on this earth. Say a prayer for those suffering. Take time to find God in everything beautiful. Above all, hive your heart to Jesus.
Serving the Lord is not hard work. Its spending time with your best friend. No one can ever love you like He does. He understands you better than you understand yourself. After all, He created you. He knew you before you were ever even born.
Remember to stop and appreciate what time we have on this earth. Stop serving the god of material things and instead, enjoy the peace God can give you.

Northrop Grumman Accuses Former Whistleblower John Kiriakou of Revenge Porn


Northrop Grumman, one of the largest military contractors in the world, accused former CIA agent and whistleblower John Kiriakou of revenge porn.  The inaccurate allegations were meant to discredit Kiriakou as many of these false sexual conduct accusations have been used against others including Julian Assange in Sweden.

According to the article on Shadowproof which is seen here:

On August 9, 2019, John Bamford, a detective with the Arlington County Police Department, arrested and charged John Kiriakou with “two counts of illegal dissemination of photographs.”

Bamford obtained search warrants on October 11 for John’s person, vehicles, and home to investigate accusations of “revenge porn” that were apparently false.

The lawsuit contends Bamford knew the search warrants violated the Fourth Amendment because they were not supported by evidence of “revenge porn.”

John’s home was raided on October 15, and Bamford allegedly violated his constitutional rights when he detained and searched John with an “army of two dozen Arlington County Police and FBI officers nearby.”

Over seven and a half hours, electronics and other items from John’s home were apparently inventoried and seized. A 2016 Vespa LXV scooter was impounded for three weeks before authorities finally returned it.

The photos showed Heather in a bikini with a thong-style bottom. They were taken by Heather, and they were in emails to “her Northrop Grumman lover,” according to the complaint.

“Heather Kiriakou’s motivations for her knowing, intentional, false, and malicious accusation was to secure a litigating advantage in a pending child custody dispute with plaintiff, to diminish her sense of guilt over her adultery, and to retaliate against plaintiff for exposing her adulterous affair in the course of whistleblowing on defendant’s business travel fraud via Northrop’s ethics hotline,” the complaint argues.

The charges were dismissed on March 16 after a judge barred him from seeing his children.

John Kiriakou is seeking damages for “severe emotional distress” including loss of contact with his children, “acute depression requiring psychiatric care,” and “alienation from friends and professional colleagues.”

Having had many conversations with John myself, I can say this man is very respectful and honest and I cannot picture him involving himself in such a matter.  This is clearly revenge on Northrop Grumman’s part as much of John’s advocacy on “Loud and Clear,” (a radio show he hosts on Sputnik) is critical of America’s foreign policies which would affect Northrop Grumman’s business in a negative way.

John Kiriakou did time for whistleblowing on the CIA’s torture program and had since put his life back together.  His children are his world.  Many of his Facebook posts are him showing his pride in his kids.

According to the same article in Shadowproof:

According to the complaint [PDF], Heather was allegedly involved in an affair with a Northrop executive. John contacted Northrop’s ethics office in July 2018 to inform them that he “possessed documents” showing Heather, a director of global business development at Northrop, and an executive “fraudulently billed” the company for “business travel.” However, they were engaged in “tens of thousands of dollars” of “personal travel” that involved cheating on him.

The ethics office allegedly “instructed” John to transmit the documents he claimed he possessed, but subsequently, Northrop shared the documents with Heather and engaged in retaliation.

“Heather Kiriakou’s motivations for her knowing, intentional, false, and malicious accusation was to secure a litigating advantage in a pending child custody dispute with plaintiff, to diminish her sense of guilt over her adultery, and to retaliate against plaintiff for exposing her adulterous affair in the course of whistleblowing on defendant’s business travel fraud via Northrop’s ethics hotline,” the complaint argues.

The charges were dismissed on March 16 after a judge barred him from seeing his children.

Northrop Grumman has a history of whistleblower retaliation. In 2009, the military contractor settled a whistleblower lawsuit for $325 million. It was the largest military contractor settlement at the time.

I will reiterate that John has always been respectful, polite, and happy to answer any questions I have.  I consider him a friend and fellow advocate.


Assange’s Latest Indictment Proves The U.S. Is Seeking His Imminent Death


img_20200212_1619051505975954.jpgA new indictment was released by the State Department recently which only proves that the U.S. is seeking death for Assange.  As the indictment list grows, the death penalty is looming over the horizon.  Trump was quoted as saying he wanted Assange’s head on a “pike” in recent times and in 2010 was quoted as calling Wikileaks disgraceful and stated, “there should be a death penalty or something.” (Quote from CNN article seen here).  It definitely looks as though they want to martyr Assange for exposing the lies of the U.S. government.

In the latest indictment, the star witness is a diagnosed sociopath and a convicted child molester.  The FBI seems to have a taste for this type of person.  According to the site, in article you can view here:

The new indictment does not contain any charges additional to those filed in May 2019. The 17 Espionage Act counts over WikiLeaks’ publication of documents leaked by Chelsea Manning exposing historic war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan and illegal global diplomatic intrigues remain. These represent the greatest attack on press freedom and the First Amendment of the US Constitution in decades, directly targeting the right of all journalists to publish “national security” material.

The indictment also contains one charge of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion. It was the first US count unveiled against Assange after he was dragged by British police from Ecuador’s London embassy in April 2019.

The additional material added to the introductory section of the new indictment is a desperate attempt to bolster that count, and the broader narrative that Assange is a “hacker,” not a publisher or journalist.

It is now almost universally acknowledged that the hash value was never hacked. Manning, moreover, had by that point already gathered the material that she would provide to WikiLeaks. The purpose of her request, apparently made half in jest, was to browse the internet and download music anonymously.

The Trump administration knows no boundaries concerning destroying our rights to a free press and free speech.  This has become evident as more journalists are being attacked and arrested under this administration.  Though Trump continually claims not knowing anything about Wikileaks and his former statement that he loved Wikileaks was a “joke,” his DOJ continues to attack the first amendment.

More on the indictment is seen on WSWS as well:

In June 2019, WikiLeaks issued a statement reporting that the US government could be preparing a new indictment against Assange, based on testimony from Thordarson. The Icelandic man had made it known on social media that he was being ferried to the US for discussions with American government agencies. In subsequent press interviews, he revealed that Monsegur was also involved. WikiLeaks’ warning has now come to pass.

The indictment alleges that in early 2010, “Teenager” provided Assange with information stolen from a bank. It claims that the WikiLeaks founder “asked Teenager to commit computer intrusion and steal additional information, including audio recordings of phone conversations between officials in NATO Country-1, including members of parliament…”

The country being referenced is Iceland. The allegation that WikiLeaks attempted to surreptitiously record parliamentary conversations there has been in circulation for years. The story was only publicly promulgated after Thordarson began secretly working with the FBI. Its transparent purpose was to jeopardise WikiLeaks’ activities in a relatively liberal country where it enjoyed high levels of popular support.

Assange, moreover, has never been accused, let alone charged with a crime by any Icelandic agency. Senior government officials, however, including then Interior Minister Ögmundur Jonasson, have stated that FBI dirty-tricks operations were afoot against WikiLeaks.

Jonasson has testified that in June 2011, he blocked a plane load of FBI agents who had been sent to seek “our cooperation in what I understood as an operation to set up, to frame Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.” The frame had been accompanied by warnings of a plot to hack Icelandic government infrastructure.

The related new strand of the indictment asserts ties between WikiLeaks and computer hackers. The first set of alleged contacts, from December 2010 until the end of 2011, all involved “Teenager,” i.e., Thordarson, who claims to have been acting under the direction of Assange.

The most significant of those, beginning in June 2011, was with Lulzsec, a loose affiliation of US hackers. The supposed contact between WikiLeaks and the group was again brokered by Thordarson. The indictment alleges that Assange encouraged Lulzsec to hack into private security companies, including Intelligence Consulting Company, and provided them with scripts to search material gathered. It does not claim that Assange was involved in the computer intrusion.

That WikiLeaks published material obtained by Lulzsec has been known for years. In 2012, one of the hackers Jeremy Hammond was arrested and convicted for hacking into Stratfor, a private company dubbed a shadow CIA. WikiLeaks released emails from the firm showing that it had spied on activists and revealing its close relations to US government agencies.

The threadbare character of the allegations, however, is overshadowed by the fact that when Thordarson first made contact with Lolzsec, it was already effectively controlled by the FBI. Monsegur (“Sabu”), its leader, had been arrested on June 7, 2011, and had immediately agreed to collaborate with the US government.

A Justice Department press release accompanying the indictment coyly states: “In 2012, Assange communicated directly with a leader of the hacking group LulzSec (who by then was cooperating with the FBI)…” This is a gross understatement. By that stage, Monsegur had been frantically burning associates for over six months, to avoid decades in prison, and had agreed to transform Lulzsec into a US government entrapment service.

It is not yet known whether Thordarson (“Teenager”) was already cooperating with the FBI when he made contact with Lulzsec. If he was, the conversations were between two FBI assets seeking to frame Assange.

Thordarson had insinuated himself into WikiLeaks as a 17-year-old volunteer in early 2010. In August 2011, Thordarson claims that he contacted the US embassy in Reykjavik, offering to assist in the “ongoing criminal investigation in the United States” against Assange.

By his own admission, Thordarson met with FBI agents multiple times in Reykjavik between 2011 and 2012. During that period, US authorities flew him to Denmark three times and to the US on one occasion, for secret meetings about WikiLeaks. He handed over WikiLeaks hard-drives and received thousands of dollars.

Some WikiLeaks collaborators who encountered him have stated that Thordarson’s behaviour was strange from the beginning, raising the possibility that he was sent into WikiLeaks as a plant.

Sigurdur “Siggi” Thordarson pictured last year (Credit: Facebook)

Either way, Thordarson is an individual who could never be deemed a credible witness. WikiLeaks has alleged that he stole at least $50,000 from the organisation. 

In 2014, he pled guilty in an Icelandic court to 18 counts of fraud, embezzlement and theft, some of them relating to his missapropriations from WikiLeaks. The combined offenses carried a dollar value estimated at $US240,000. Thordarson was also convicted of impersonating Assange.

The following year he pled guilty to a raft of sexual offences, after admitting that he had coerced underage boys into performing sexual acts on him. A court-appointed psychologist found that he was a sociopath suffering from a “severe anti-social personality disorder.”

In Thordarson, a convicted paedophile and conman, and Monsegur, a former petty criminal turned stool pigeon, the US government has found the fitting representatives of its campaign against Assange. The reliance on testimony from both men demonstrates that the US extradition request should be dismissed as a criminal operation, involving individuals who themselves should be in prison.

The question being raised is whether a known convict and sociopath can be classified as a dependable witness.  This man clearly will lie.  He also is certifiably incompetent.  The FBI using such a witness only makes them look unprofessional and inefficient.  The U.S. government is viewed as a joke worldwide because of such bungles.

However, it is indisputable that the DOJ wants Assange dead whether by death in Britain’s Gitmo or by execution here in the United States.  Efforts to free him must be escalated soon or his martyrdom is inevitable.

Julian Assange Misses Court Again Due to Illness


img_20200224_090804870598088.jpgToday, Assange was to appear in court via video link but was absent yet again due to illness.  Reports are that his respiratory problems are to blame.  According to Computer Weekly, (article can be seen here),

According to one journalist present at the court, district judge Vanessa Baraitser said the court had received an email from Belmarsh Prison, saying Assange was “refusing to attend the hearing and refusing to sign a refusal form”.

Fitzgerald told the judge that Assange’s solicitor, Gareth Peirce, had sent the court an email on Friday explaining that Assange was unwell with respiratory problems, 7 News reported.

Also according to the same article, Baraitser had given until June 29th for the prosecution to obtain a psychiatric report. The prosecution explained that a medical expert had not been able to gain access to Belmarsh and believed they would be unable to obtain the report by the deadline.

In the same article, the following was stated:

In a separate development, 36 members of the European Parliament have called for Assange to be released from Belmarsh on press freedom and humanitarian grounds.

Julian’s health has deteriorated rapidly since his arrest in April of 2019 and continues to become worse.  They must grant him bail and allow him to see a doctor for his health issues.  This is not longer a subject for debate but a fact.

Anonymous Is Back With a Vengeance


EZWeAGtXsAENKOfWith a worldwide protest going on and people up in arms over the killing of a black man by police in Minneapolis, it appears Anonymous has returned and they are not very happy.  They have definitely joined the fight and are showing their teeth.

In the past 24 hours, Anon has not only taken down the Minneapolis police website but reports are coming in that they have done the following:

  1. They released the following video Anonymous video
  2. They have challenged the US and Interpol to open an investigation into Donald Trump.
  3. According to sources, they have revealed that the Royal Family did, in fact, have Princess Diana murdered.
  4. They have hacked into the police radios so that all they hear is “Fuck the Police” and are incommunicado.


What will Anonymous do next?  They warned long ago that they do not forgive nor do they forget.  They stand for justice.  Politicians and elite beware!  Anonymous is back!


What Did Ruling Class Expect? Roses?


After years and years of sowing hatred amongst us and treating us like slaves, the ruling class seems surprised at the anger being put forth into protests and riots around the world.  The death of a black American caused by those who swore to serve and protect caused outrage.  Yet, the media who have been sowing the vicious hatred seems surprised at the violence that has ensued.  Were they not taught the simple motto, “You reap what you sow.”


It amazes me after the last 3 years of Antifa and all the clashes between political parties, the police and the public, and even religions that the elite didn’t expect an uprising.  Add to the frustration, the quarantine caused by Covid-19, the economy failing and people losing their jobs, you have a recipe for disaster.  And disaster and chaos are exactly what is happening as cities across the U.S. are literally being burnt down by rioters and looters.  When will the aristocracy learn that breeding hatred only backfires?  Their divide and conquer schemes only work for so long and then mayhem enters its evil head?


So many of us have been angry and frustrated with being enslaved by billionaires and politicians who could care less about those whom they consider the lesser citizens.  They believe their way of life is untouchable by the minions beneath their class.  What they have forgotten is who feeds them.  They have forgotten that what you sow, you reap.  They could have asked any farmer for the answer.

Simply put, you can’t plant corn and expect to get tomatoes.

By sowing seeds of hatred and division, they expected to get a slap on the back and now that they are getting back what they deserve, they are crying in their dinner.

Anonymous Takes Down the Minneapolis Police Website


In a show of its power and allegiance with the innocent who have been wrongfully murdered, Anonymous has taken down the Minneapolis Police website.  Anonymous is a worldwide group of people who stand together against wrongful doing and tyranny often with the use of technology.  Believing this is just a teaser of what is to come, they have once again showed their strength against the powerful who wish to divide us and conquer us.


The ongoing shout of Anons and their motto “We Are Legion! Expect Us!” will go down in history as the battle cry of the survivors of the hierarchy’s violence, (as the elite try to control the minions).  While protestors take to the street over the death of one of their own, murdered by police officers, Anonymous continues the fight on the web.  It is time to rise up and stand against the attacks on our freedom and against the oppression of our government and those who seek to destroy us.

Stand with Anonymous!