When a federal judge ordered the release of Chelsea Manning from prison on March 12th, the news was met with relatively little fanfare. There was a kind of muted, matter-of-factness about it in the mainstream press, with much of the print devoted to procedural aspects of the release, or the fact that Ms. Manning allegedly tried to kill herself the day before, based on her lawyers’ testimony. →
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By Aaron Kesel
(Activist Post) Two whistleblowers—Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden—were nominated alongside WikiLeaks journalist and former editor-in-chief Julian Assange for the Nobel Peace Prize of 2020 by 17 members of a German parliamentary group.
Żaklin Nastić (MdB) writes: →
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(The Free Thought Project) The United States has a heinous record when it comes to committing war crimes. Even more heinous, however, is the fact that commander in chief after commander in chief continue to pardon those convicted of these unspeakable acts. As whistleblowers like Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning rot in prison, military personnel who’ve slaughtered civilians are receiving pardon after pardon. President Donald Trump has continued to walk down this shameful road by pardoning war criminals. →
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(Era of Light) “What happens to Julian Assange and to Chelsea Manning is meant to intimidate us, to frighten us into silence. By defending Julian Assange, we defend our most sacred rights. Speak up now or wake up one morning to the silence of a new kind of tyranny. The choice is ours.”—John Pilger, investigative journalist ➤➤
Read more via A New Kind of Tyranny: The Global State’s War on Those Who Speak Truth to Power — Era of Light
Published September 21, 2019 – By Arjun Walia
(Collective-Evolution) JFK warned the citizenry about “an announced need for increased security” that would be “seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment.” Today, this is known as “national security,” and it’s a term used to justify unethical and enormous amounts of secrecy that do not protect the public, but protect those in power and their corporate, financial and political interests. Theodor Roosevelt said that, “JFK warned the citizenry about “an announced need for increased security” that would be “seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment.” Today, this is known as “national security,” and it’s a term used to justify unethical and enormous amounts of secrecy that do not protect the public, but protect those in power and their corporate, financial and political interests.” →
Read more via Julian Assange Tortured with Psychotropic Drug According To EX USAF Lieutenant Colonel — Collective Evolution
DEBATT. Medborgarjournalisten Tommy Robinson riskerar att mördas av “politiskt korrekta interner” i det fängelse där han placerats av brittiska myndigheter. Samtidigt riskerar de som nämner hans namn eller länkar till hans nätplatser i sociala medier att bannas upp till 30 dagar. Robinson ska elimineras och glömmas, enligt kulturetablissemanget och brittiskt rättsväsende.
Läs mera & video: “WATCH the heartbreaking reality of being JAILED for journalism” (1:40) via Tommy Robinsons sista ord? Snart är det kanske din tur… — NewsVoice
By Aaron Kesel
WikiLeaks founder and former editor Julian Assange has been charged under The Espionage Act on 17 new counts in a superseding indictment for his role in obtaining and publishing classified military and diplomatic documents prior to his extradition hearing on May 30th, Reuters reported.
Read more & videos: “LIVE: Wikileaks Editor in chief holds press briefing on Assange’s “new criminal case” (1:02:46) ; “Nobel Peace Prize winner, Mairead Maguire, accepts GUE/NGL Prize on behalf of Julian Assange” (10:24) ; “Daniel Ellsberg On Assange Arrest: The Beginning of the End For Press Freedom” (21:12) via Death Of Press Freedoms? Julian Assange Charged Under The Espionage Act On 17 Counts —