Targeted and Unjust Attacks on Assange 

Photo: Protest in solidarity with Julian Assange outside the walls of Belmarsh Prison, cropped, resized; creator, Alisdare Hickson; CC BY-SA 4.0 DEED Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International

There was much lamentation by the Narrative Machine about the death of Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny in a Russian prison in February. But the liberal media ignores it when our supposedly noble and progressive Western governments commit similar injustices toward their own critics. 

In globalist-controlled England, the second-highest target of the Deep State had his final hearing before its top court before he is extradited to the U.S. Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, is being sought by U.S. prosecutors for what would be a show trial here in America, followed by life imprisonment. 

Federal espionage charges pending against Assange for exposing lies by the government carry a maximum prison sentence of 175 years. To persuade a British judge to approve extradition, the federal government absurdly represented that they might allow Assange to serve out his sentence in his native Australia. 

Assange has always lived outside of the U.S. and is a citizen of Australia, so this is an abuse of globalist power for the Deep State to insist on bringing him to America for a trial. Assange and his wife predict that he’ll die in jail here if the British High Court allows the extradition. 

Wikileaks published information showing how much the federal government has been lying to the American people. That should not be a crime, but it seems that embarrassing the federal government is, in their view, the most heinous crime of all. 

It was Assange and Wikileaks, after all, who published 20,000 leaked emails from high-level officials at the Democratic National Committee in the summer of 2016, emails which proved that Democrats had lied in pretending not to be siding with Hillary Clinton. Democrats then insisted without evidence that Russian hackers trying to help Donald Trump and they were the source of the emails, another lie that Assange has rebuked and rebuked completely. 

The political persecution of dissidents and critics seems like it should be a remnant of past Soviet abuses. Unfortunately, it is instead a reality that we face in our own world today. 

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