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    Of course not, TomKat. Neither of them did it. It was all DS from the states and their global partners. It sure wasn't Al Queda or the Taliban, or some guy on dialysis running it all, hiding in a cave in Tora Bora either.

    When the inserted link I added is read, it's clear that I'm doing my best to give the reader a view into the mindset of those who purposely kill innocent civilians for political and financial gain alone. Those who plan and carry out those crimes do not do so without the knowledge, even the tertiary, yet clearly accurate testimonies they hear from others in their same professions, like Gabbard.



    Granted, few national political figures have acknowledged the real criminals in their own gov't and military who planned all that happened on that day, with ramifications that now affect the entire world. Either way it is egregious for any politician to lie about who really carried out such a far reaching operation, knowing full well it was the elite in their own country who perpetrated the crimes and their own countrymen, as well as the world, who were and are still the victims of those crimes.

    I call it complicity in the crimes when a politician knowingly pays that price to enter the political theater, which few with integrity dare to take on.
    If a politician doesn't know who did it, why would anyone choose to vote for someone that ignorant?

    The gist of my comments were all about the hypocrisy of Tulsi Gabbard saying that Al Queda did that. It would have been as dishonest to say the Taliban did it. What a load of crap, especially when dealing with Assange, the one who exposed some of that deep state criminality.

    I did like what she said about some other things, like helping out Assange, but that pales in comparison to lying about any other group, outside of the military terrorists we train and hire to do what they do all over the world and have done for decades.

    Most people know them as their military or ex-military and their inside, technical partners. Home grown and the best trained, national and international military contractors/killers/assassins, scientists, bankers, financiers, investors, media moguls, etc..

    I do not compare them for one second with those mostly honest, self-sacrificing service members, who outnumber those specialist, deep inside, well-paid military psychopaths 10,000 to 1. (I know many in the services would dispute that number, with all of the crap, as well as abuse, some take from each other, but we're talking about the hard core killers here.)

    Our hard working military members are the ones owed continued care, in all the ways they need. If the country and the corporate controlled politicians really cared about them, they'd prevent all wars and end their use as pawns in dominating the world. Pay them, MORE, to keep the peace, not the killers who get paid way too much.

    TG is a refreshing breed of politician who connects on some levels that I agree with, then she completely sells out. Very disappointing if you connect with those issues. And she is nothing like Assange, nor will she likely ever do what he has done in telling the truth. If she does ever tell the truth she knows, and it surely has its limitations knowing her rank, I'll be appreciative.

    Like I said, she'd most likely never have the honesty to discuss this with me or anyone else personally. Yeah, she represents the servants of this country, and Yes I'll call her and any other oath taker out when they lie like that.

    I highly recommend Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler's "War Is A Racket", to get an insiders view on the complex system of corporate controlled, military criminality that has terrorized the world for years, not unlike those in the west, the east and elsewhere.

    Butler was, at one time in the 1930's, offered a large contingent of military personnel by the banking and corporate cartel to overthrow his own government, but being the most honest man of his generation, as well as a two time Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, he refused. He also said he left military service because he was tired of killing for corporations.
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    Tasmanian senator Whish-Wilson speaks on Assange and his recent extradition hearing in the Australian senate on Wednesday 7th October 2020, calling for his release from prison and return to Australia with his family.



    Peter Whish-Wilson,s video communication is not the best but gets his message over.
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    Of course not, TomKat. Neither of them did it. It was all DS from the states and their global partners. It sure wasn't Al Queda or the Taliban, or some guy on dialysis running it all, hiding in a cave in Tora Bora either.

    When the inserted link I added is read, it's clear that I'm doing my best to give the reader a view into the mindset of those who purposely kill innocent civilians for political and financial gain alone. Those who plan and carry out those crimes do not do so without the knowledge, even the tertiary, yet clearly accurate testimonies they hear from others in their same professions, like Gabbard.



    Granted, few national political figures have acknowledged the real criminals in their own gov't and military who planned all that happened on that day, with ramifications that now affect the entire world. Either way it is egregious for any politician to lie about who really carried out such a far reaching operation, knowing full well it was the elite in their own country who perpetrated the crimes and their own countrymen, as well as the world, who were and are still the victims of those crimes.

    I call it complicity in the crimes when a politician knowingly pays that price to enter the political theater, which few with integrity dare to take on.
    If a politician doesn't know who did it, why would anyone choose to vote for someone that ignorant?

    The gist of my comments were all about the hypocrisy of Tulsi Gabbard saying that Al Queda did that. It would have been as dishonest to say the Taliban did it. What a load of crap, especially when dealing with Assange, the one who exposed some of that deep state criminality.

    I did like what she said about some other things, like helping out Assange, but that pales in comparison to lying about any other group, outside of the military terrorists we train and hire to do what they do all over the world and have done for decades.

    Most people know them as their military or ex-military and their inside, technical partners. Home grown and the best trained, national and international military contractors/killers/assassins, scientists, bankers, financiers, investors, media moguls, etc..

    I do not compare them for one second with those mostly honest, self-sacrificing service members, who outnumber those specialist, deep inside, well-paid military psychopaths 10,000 to 1. (I know many in the services would dispute that number, with all of the crap, as well as abuse, some take from each other, but we're talking about the hard core killers here.)

    Our hard working military members are the ones owed continued care, in all the ways they need. If the country and the corporate controlled politicians really cared about them, they'd prevent all wars and end their use as pawns in dominating the world. Pay them, MORE, to keep the peace, not the killers who get paid way too much.

    TG is a refreshing breed of politician who connects on some levels that I agree with, then she completely sells out. Very disappointing if you connect with those issues. And she is nothing like Assange, nor will she likely ever do what he has done in telling the truth. If she does ever tell the truth she knows, and it surely has its limitations knowing her rank, I'll be appreciative.

    Like I said, she'd most likely never have the honesty to discuss this with me or anyone else personally. Yeah, she represents the servants of this country, and Yes I'll call her and any other oath taker out when they lie like that.

    I highly recommend Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler's "War Is A Racket", to get an insiders view on the complex system of corporate controlled, military criminality that has terrorized the world for years, not unlike those in the west, the east and elsewhere.

    Butler was, at one time in the 1930's, offered a large contingent of military personnel by the banking and corporate cartel to overthrow his own government, but being the most honest man of his generation, as well as a two time Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, he refused. He also said he left military service because he was tired of killing for corporations.
    Sounds like the discussion of Tulsi Gabbard is just an excuse for you to ride your hobby horse. You can do that with anyone. Find something they said that does not 100% agree with your beliefs and off you go. Happy trails!

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    You're welcome TomKat.

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    Tulsi Gabbard calls for USA to drop prosecutions of Edward Snowden and Jillian Assange.

    Here's are links to the House Resolutions Tulsi introduced, for people who want to follow-up/track/act on this:

    https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-...ution/845/text
    13 Co-sponsors, in House Foreign Affairs

    https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-...tion/1162/text
    Tulsi's co-sponsor is Rep. Gaetz, Matt [R-FL-1], in the House Judiciary and the use Intelligence (Permanent Select)

    https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-...tion/1175/text
    Tulsi's co-sponsor is Rep. Massie, Thomas [R-KY-4], in the House Committee on the Judiciary.

    So far these have only been introduced to their respective committees. Now's the time to express your support, call your elected representatives and the members of the related House Committees.

    I would also like to see protections extended to contractors/sub-contractors who whistleblow.

    If this is something you feel strongly about, help keep the pressure on.

    Sending letters/postcards is also helpful.
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    TRIAL OF JULIAN ASSANGE - Roger Waters, John Pilger, & Ray McGovern DISCUSSION
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    Ray McGovern – Ex-CIA Presidential Briefer, Writer, Activist

    "Recently, U.S. prosecutors indicted WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange on seventeen espionage charges stemming from the disclosure of atrocities committed by the U.S. armed forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. With global consequences directly affecting the freedom of the press, Assange stands to be extradited from the UK to trial in the U.S. under the Espionage Act.

    In this event, author and activist, Miko Peled, speaks with three prominent activists who have persistently advocated for Assange’s release and freedom. Miko and the panel will tackle the following topics:
    • Julian Assange and WikiLeaks’ contributions to journalism
    • The campaign to prosecute Assange
    • Assange’s eviction from the embassy and his corresponding treatment by the British authorities
    • The likelihood of Assange’s extradition to the U.S. to face espionage charges
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