Once again I shall talk about Julian Assange.
I think it’s important to bring up his case from time to time because Assange sits in a prison today at the behest of the United States government and in particular ignorant fools like Mike Pompeo, sell out artist extraordinaire, who sold his soul to the elites for a few pieces of silver.
Julian Assange’s crime was to expose the criminality of our elites as they fought wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Assange had the courage to do what Arthur Ochs Sulzberger of the New York Times did not have the courage to do.
Assange reported the truth.
His most notable exposition was that of helicopter personnel gunning down innocent civilians in Iraq and then joking about it.
The government ultimately accused Assange of helping to steal government documents.
Of course, they haven’t proven that yet. Nevertheless Assange sits in Belmarsh prison in the UK waiting for extradition back to the United States.
The UK can always be counted on to partner with the United States in criminality because the UK taught our elites how to conduct this criminality. The UK had a head start on the United States and has conducted its criminal enterprise of exploitation, theft and murder for over five centuries now.
In that regard, the United States is a mere child, an eager novice learning at its mother’s feet.
Given that Assange will be tried in an American court, it would seem logical that he should enjoy the rights of an American citizen even though he is Australian by birth.
As an aside, though he is an Australian by birth, by his actions and his courage he is more American than most of us. I will include myself in that.
Because he has been incarcerated for well over a year, because the Sixth Amendment grants us the right to a speedy trial, Julian Assange’s Sixth Amendment rights have been conclusively violated.
This is not important to our elites who claim to defend the Bill of Rights.
I find it ironic that Assange is currently housed in a prison in the United Kingdom, for it was that criminal nation that imprisoned many of our ancestors before they immigrated to the United States.
That’s why our ancestors came here.
They wanted a better way of life.
They didn’t want to be imprisoned in the Tower of London upon the whim of the queen or king.
They didn’t want to be impaled on the city walls of London as was the case up until the 19th century.
They didn’t want their children to grow up in a Dickensian workhouse.
They didn’t want to bow and curtsy before a queen.
They didn’t want government to fight endless wars, certainly not as an economic model.
And they sure didn’t want a government that would violate our basic inalienable rights.
That’s why they articulated the Bill of Rights which are the crown jewels of the United States of America.
The Bill of Rights is what we talk about and what we fight about. It is who we are as Americans.
One of those rights is free speech which is what Assange engaged in.
The other right is the right to a speedy trial which has been denied to Julian Assange.
Without that right, the government can keep us incarcerated for life which I suppose is what they plan to do to Assange.
Why have a trial? The trial is now unnecessary without the Sixth Amendment being adhered to.
This is great for the ruling class.
But for the rest of us, not so much.
This is why it’s important to remember Julian Assange.
The fight for his freedom could not be more important.
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