Of course ,this won’t be covered in a timely fashion if at all and why we consistently turn to our brothers across the pond when we want to bring the story took you first.
Some day when history is written by the proper historians, the likes of Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and all whistle- blowers will deserve their own Mt. Rushmore.
The video provided is certainly worth the viewer’s time to watch.
Since Hillary had already asked about having a drone taking him out further cementing her slothfulness, her comments are typical Hillary when she comments on these two heroes specifically.
October 3, 2016.
- Julian Assange had originally planned to address the world from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Monday
- He was due to speak at the tenth anniversary of the founding of WikiLeaks
- Assange will instead speak video link to an event in Berlin on Tuesday
- The organisation earlier released information hacked from the Democrats
- It came as a new report claimed Clinton had proposed a drone strike to take out Assange in 2010
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange cancelled a planned appearance to mark the 10th anniversary of his organization from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London over security fears on Monday.
He had been planning to give a speech – amid claims he was about to release damaging information about Clinton which some claimed could be an ‘October Surprise’ which would swing the presidential election.
However, Assange, who is wanted by Swedish authorities for questioning in connection with an alleged rape, will make an announcement via video link to an event in Berlin on Tuesday morning.
Of course, the Swedish authorities would want him at this moment in time in connection with an alleged rape. 🙂
The tentacles of the Clinton’s Family Crime Foundation run deep and the Swiss are very helpful in money laundering.
In a tweet on Monday afternoon, WikiLeaks said Assange’s speech in London was moved to Berlin due to ‘specific information’ but did not elaborate further.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, pictured here in February on the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London, had been planning to address a press conference later this week.
In a tweet on Monday afternoon, WikiLeaks said Assange’s speech in London was moved to Berlin due to ‘specific information’ but did not elaborate further
Donald Trump’s former right-hand man Roger Stone claimed the new WikiLeaks revelations would destroy Clinton’s campaign.
In August this year, Assange told Fox News that he was holding information on Clinton which yielded ‘some quite unexpected angles, that are quite interesting, some even entertaining’.
He said he would release the information before the November 8 election.
Assange claimed the information could alter the election result, adding: ‘I think it’s significant. It depends on how it catches fire in the public and in the media.’
Meanwhile, a new report claims that Clinton once proposed a military drone strike to take out Assange in a bid to silence WikiLeaks.
Clinton discussed the possible assassination while she was Secretary of State in a meeting with her staff in 2010 about how to prevent a WikiLeaks document dump dubbed ‘CableGate,’ TruePundit reports.
Donald Trump supporters believe Wikileaks will release highly damaging information later this week on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in a so-called October Surprise event
Conservative political commentator Roger Stone believes Clinton’s campaign will collapse.
At the time, Assange had been declaring his intention to release 250,000 secret cables – revealing a huge amount of damning communications between State Department officials and its foreign allies between 1966 and 2010.
‘Can’t we just drone this guy?’ Clinton asked during the meeting on November 23, 2010, the website reports citing State Department sources.
For my money, Roger Stone is every bit as nutty as the Clinton’s.
The sources said that her controversial query drew laughter in the room, but that it quickly died down when Clinton continued to speak in a ‘terse’ manner.
She allegedly called Assange a soft target as he was walking around freely at the time and not fearful of any reprisals.
Clinton and the Obama administration feared the content of the cables would damage US intelligence gathering operations as well as compromise private communication and intelligence shared with foreign governments.
In 2010, Assange had already released records that divulged secret US documents about the war in Afghanistan in July and about the war in Iraq in October.
A new report claims that Clinton once proposed a military drone strike to take out Assange in a bid to silence WikiLeaks. Above, one of Clinton’s aides sent an email with the subject line ‘an SP memo on possible legal and nonlegal strategies re Wikileaks.
See the entire article below.