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    Judge Howard Riddle, the bane of Julian Assange’s existence for the past three months, has granted Sweden’s extradition request. The WikiLeaks founder has already repealed the ruling, but his worst fears have been cemented: the rape charges are going to follow him for the rest of his life, perhaps even after years of repeals. Former Reagan Administration Paul Craig Roberts says there is a concerted effort to shut Assange up. If the legal attempt fails, he’ll be assassinated by a CIA assassination team.


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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    seems apropos considering how they operate. it will keep coming though. there are others out there waiting......they will release more information, and they will nail to the wall more corrupt leaders.....so i hope they have their hard hats on, cuz the s&^t storm will fall directly on their heads. revolution is occurring all over the place right now, on the ground with people, and now it's in the news with people who want the truth reported. the truth will overcome.........
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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    I watched a minute od this and must have herd it wrong, this is what I heard.
    Assange is revealing the actual sordid nature of the government, so HE is a terrible threat to the government, not the sordid behavior of the government.
    So he is such a threat that the CIA will have to kill him.
    But what if you believe that the government is a tool of something else that is hiding a much more powerful and sordid set of behaiviours.
    Well the CIA just assassinating it's imagined enemies left and right being exposed is a much smaller evil than the actions of the bigger perpetrations on
    the planet being exposed.

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    Julian is a symbol of the winds of change, ascension into a higher realm and the impossibility of keeping secrets forever. While he is the icon and will be instrumental in bringing down all the current governments, so that interim governments will come forth. He is not a real danger to anyone including those deluded enough to believe what you are hearing on the news about him. It's biased and does not work in our interest. Even or especially the CIA will not survive these revelations. It's a done deal. The landscape of our lives is about to take a change for the better like you could never have imagined possible.

    The truth is that the information that once belonged to Julian has been placed in trust all over the internet and in hundreds of places, hard drives and soft drives spanning the entire globe. The key has been given. A signal readied. It can't be stopped from coming forth and it will do so very soon. Julian is blessed, honored, but his great value is in organizing this information, coordinating it, and putting it out there for others to sort. We have entered into an age where nothing will be kept secret. Secrecy is to be left behind as we enter the Fifth Dimension and we are at the gate now. What has been held back in order to give governments a chance to redeem themselves with the people is so outrageous, so incredible, so dastardly, we are talking from the highest courts to the lower, from each branch and all of Congress, the resignations will be something worthy of turning your TV's back on to observe. No blood needs to be shed. Truth will out. It's as simple as that...

    All the rot and stink will be cleansed and there is no power on earth that has a snowballs chance in the Sahara of surviving the enlightened backlash that will come. I wonder why Julian hasn't given the signal for it all to be unleashed? He is negotiating and hoping some sense will come to the corrupt and those wallowing in greed. And who knows, perhaps, it will come to them and they will cease bad acts, and resign voluntarily so that their lives and freedom might be spared. In any event, I would not take bets on it. Hearts can change and we can hope for a new vision to overtake them. Just in case, you might want to get your popcorn handy and a comfortable chair because a great show is about to begin. We have waited a very long time for this. Namaste! Much love! Be in great joy! xoxox
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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    Quote Posted by johnf (here)
    Assange is revealing the actual sordid nature of the government, so HE is a terrible threat to the government, not the sordid behavior of the government.
    Yes johnf, Assange is SO evil, even George Bush doesn't want anything to do with him!

    Check out the headline from today's article in the Daily Mail:

    George Bush boycotts conference after hearing Julian Assange is also on the bill

    Quote George W Bush has cancelled a scheduled appearance at a conference tomorrow because Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is on the same bill.

    The former U.S. president was due to attend an education discussion in Denver but todayreleased a statement saying he did not want to share the same forum with someone who has 'wilfully and repeatedly done great harm to the interests of the U.S'.
    Ahahahahaaa! These guys have NO sense of irony, do they???

    Assange is supposed to participate via video link, but most likely wont be able to because tptw is keeping him too busy fighting for his life.

    (Btw, wikileak's headline for this article is more to the point:

    Bush can't handle a WikiLeaks educated audience: boycotts Denver CEO conference )

    Source

    ETA: off topic note: Shame Bush wont be at the conference; I would've really enjoyed listening to him discuss education. Oh well. The man's got principles; gotta respect that, eh? ( )
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    Quote Posted by corson (here)
    seems apropos considering how they operate. it will keep coming though. there are others out there waiting......they will release more information, and they will nail to the wall more corrupt leaders.....so i hope they have their hard hats on, cuz the s&^t storm will fall directly on their heads. revolution is occurring all over the place right now, on the ground with people, and now it's in the news with people who want the truth reported. the truth will overcome.........
    warmest regards, corson
    Now that's what I'm talkin bout Corson my American Friend...

    Some 'Good Old Spirited' Human Patriotism!

    Agree with you 110%...

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    Julian is a symbol of the winds of change, ascension into a higher realm and the impossibility of keeping secrets forever. While he is the icon and will be instrumental in bringing down all the current governments, so that interim governments will come forth. He is not a real danger to anyone including those deluded enough to believe what you are hearing on the news about him. It's biased and does not work in our interest. Even or especially the CIA will not survive these revelations. It's a done deal. The landscape of our lives is about to take a change for the better like you could never have imagined possible.

    The truth is that the information that once belonged to Julian has been placed in trust all over the internet and in hundreds of places, hard drives and soft drives spanning the entire globe. The key has been given. A signal readied. It can't be stopped from coming forth and it will do so very soon. Julian is blessed, honored, but his great value is in organizing this information, coordinating it, and putting it out there for others to sort. We have entered into an age where nothing will be kept secret. Secrecy is to be left behind as we enter the Fifth Dimension and we are at the gate now. What has been held back in order to give governments a chance to redeem themselves with the people is so outrageous, so incredible, so dastardly, we are talking from the highest courts to the lower, from each branch and all of Congress, the resignations will be something worthy of turning your TV's back on to observe. No blood needs to be shed. Truth will out. It's as simple as that...

    All the rot and stink will be cleansed and there is no power on earth that has a snowballs chance in the Sahara of surviving the enlightened backlash that will come. I wonder why Julian hasn't given the signal for it all to be unleashed? He is negotiating and hoping some sense will come to the corrupt and those wallowing in greed. And who knows, perhaps, it will come to them and they will cease bad acts, and resign voluntarily so that their lives and freedom might be spared. In any event, I would not take bets on it. Hearts can change and we can hope for a new vision to overtake them. Just in case, you might want to get your popcorn handy and a comfortable chair because a great show is about to begin. We have waited a very long time for this. Namaste! Much love! Be in great joy! xoxox
    Good stuff Darla. Unlike those that have unecessarily worried about taking sides, it's pretty clear to me many have taken sides ages ago. The heart wants what the heart wants.

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    Prof. Tom Flanagan call for "assassination' of WikiLeaks director Julian Assange on CBC News Network November 30 2010 6:10 pm.

    The professor is the advisor to the Prime Minister of Canada, (who is a born American) called for the Assassination of Julian Assange on national television.

    I wonder what would happen if someone stated they wanted someone else dead... on television? Charged? Fired? This would mean Tom Flanagan would have the opportunity for a defense and appeal; he just arrested, charged, tried, convicted and executed Julian Assange without process (from the comfort of his chair - and he 'feels manly today').

    If anything should happen to Julian Assange, then in the best interest of justice, people should turn Tom Flanagan in, and make sure the world knows what he has done! No one forget the name of Tom Flanagan!

    If 'they can do it to Julian Assange - you can be next.

    People have been distracted with the alleged, meaningless controversy surrounding the messenger (Julian Assange) - people need to (re)focus on what the message(s) has been. Do people look at the finger pointing, what is in the opposite direction, what the finger is pointing to or beyond?


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    Quote Posted by king anthony (here)
    Prof. Tom Flanagan call for "assassination' of WikiLeaks director Julian Assange on CBC News Network November 30 2010 6:10 pm...
    Just to add for your post about Tom Flanagan, which is an interesting individual seeing his work in favor of Louis Riel.

    Quotes from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Fla...l_scientist%29

    "The next day Flanagan retracted his statments by saying "I never seriously intended to advocate or propose the assassination of Mr. Assange. But I do think that what he's doing is very malicious and harmful to diplomacy and endangering people's lives, and I think it should be stopped."Assange has called for Flanagan to be charged with incitement to commit murder. There have also been public calls for a criminal investigation into Flanagan's incitement to murder Assange, including a petition signed by 60 University of Calgary alumni saying that Flanagan's remarks had tarnished the school's reputation. Calgary police are currently compiling evidence to probe whether criminal charges should be laid against Flanagan. Flanagan allegedly threatened Janet Reymond, a resident of Toronto, who wrote an email to him asking if those who did not support his political views should be assassinated as well. He replied with an email saying "Be careful, we know where you live."He later apologized to Ms. Reymond." End of the quote.

    Everything isn't clearly black and white, but rather a net of interactive power at play with everyone trying to gain something. Some are in survival mode, others in increasing influence. The truth might come from the greatest liars and it might be withhold by the most trustworthy individual.

    I just avoid demonizing or "angelizing" anyone in this world. Assange is certainly shacking our governments, at the exception of Israel, so their is something good coming out, but not the whole thing.

    Personally, I don't think he will be assassinated. I think he got worldwide attention necessary to prevent this option. They will rather use their propaganda machine to discredit him. They know that it doesn't need to be true for the public to discredit Assange, thus decreasing the impact of the leaks. Plus, Assange is not a "Martin Luther King", his voice are the documents released. As long as the process is stopped, he is not a threat to them.

    On the other hand, in a greater scheme, it is in perfect concordance with the Ethic manifesting in our society according to the mayan pyramid of evolution. I guess their will be other "Assange" coming out soon. In the same perspective, all the uprising in the middle east are manifestation of Ethic in humanity.

    Namaste, Steven
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    Quote Posted by Steven (here)
    Just to add for your post about Tom Flanagan, which is an interesting individual seeing his work in favor of Louis Riel. Namaste, Steven
    Thank you for quoting me.

    There is a high probability that he won't be assassinated; however, depending on the arrogance of 'them', they could make an example of him regardless.

    Retracted or not, there are those 'idiots' or 'Manchurian Candidates' who will hear the words of killing and (try) to act on it - the words have been spoken.

    In addition, there are many other officials publicly promoting the death of Julian Assange directly or indirectly; however, I am sure they all have a defense as well.

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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    No one would dare, too many encrypted files in the computers of citizens all over the world.

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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    Assassinations, I think, are going to be few and far between in the info-age we live in.

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    What a sad comment by are so called educated sector to even speak of assassinating Assange. The real criminals are speaking out - They forget this is someone elses children .fathers, mothers, sisters,and brothers who they speak of assassinating -shame on all those who come on TV and even think of saying such a thing .Manley and Assange has done what most people are scared to do.and I exclude those people in Mk Ultra programs that had no choice in the matter. So many people have died to get the truth out and all of us should defend and protect these people with the best of our abilities especially through the media and other means because people should be informed of what is really happening .and I totally sign off with two words-TOTALLY DISGUSTED

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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    This just does'nt make sense.

    Extradite him and he lives. Leave him free and he will be murdered..

    Why do those options seem weak to me?

    Either way, I don't think he has good justified choices to withhold the info.

    Does'nt sound like he has much to lose.

    Might as well call their bluff.

    Let it fly.

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    No way he gets assassinated by the CIA. If he dies, everyone will be pointing the finger at the CIA. It will be way to obvious. If anyone takes him out it will have to look like a total accident. Even then, everyone will still point straight to the CIA. They are going to have to try to shut him up through other means.

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    In my idea they (US) will have him killed by another alphabet letters government, thinking stupidly that they will freak out other potential Assange. Mix this with the new law being proposed in US congress (see the related thread) against the internet, making you and I criminals for mentioning Assange, and here is the fright being installed.

    If the two events above happen, we should all, all forums in the internet, agree to post political stuff at the same time during at least a month non stop, they cannot arrest millions of people around the world.

    here the thread for the US congress
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...s+law+internet
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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    Quote Posted by l3ol3o (here)
    No way he gets assassinated by the CIA. If he dies, everyone will be pointing the finger at the CIA. It will be way to obvious. If anyone takes him out it will have to look like a total accident. Even then, everyone will still point straight to the CIA. They are going to have to try to shut him up through other means.
    I agree with you l3ol3o,

    By Paul Craig Roberts speaking out publically saying "there is a concerted effort to shut Assange up. If the legal attempt fails, he’ll be assassinated by a CIA assassination team."

    The option to Assassinate Assange may have been taken off the table.

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    Judge Howard Riddle, the bane of Julian Assange’s existence for the past three months, has granted Sweden’s extradition request. The WikiLeaks founder has already repealed the ruling, but his worst fears have been cemented: the rape charges are going to follow him for the rest of his life, perhaps even after years of repeals. Former Reagan Administration Paul Craig Roberts says there is a concerted effort to shut Assange up. If the legal attempt fails, he’ll be assassinated by a CIA assassination team.

    Are these Yankees totally insane, don't they understand that the cat is out of the bag and that they'll be creating a martyr and in the same process tell the whole world that all the marginalised alternate news/journalists and their organisations where right all the way along?
    It will be like admitting:"Yes, that's right we are the lying, murderous criminals you've suspected and we'll murder anyone who opposes us"
    A lot of fence sitters would finally make a choice for freedom and democracy.
    They could wipe out the whole of Wikileaks and the next day 20 more Wikileaks would appear.
    What these fools don't realise is that we cannot be bought or intimidated, we'll die for the cause of justice and freedom for all, our own personal safety doesn't concern us because we care about the whole of HUMANITY and it's future, WE'RE NOT AFRAID OF THEM.

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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    felix not to worry, there are more than 150,000 computers all over the world containing zip files that will be unlocked should he or any of his people die or go to prison. I've been following this pretty closely.

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    Default Re: If law fails, CIA will “Assassinate Assange”

    These bully boys may have a bloody revolution on their hands if they aren't careful.
    America is on the verge of economic collapse, the game is almost over yet they continue to believe that they can still push us around.
    I hope I live long enough to see them come crashing down and see that the PEOPLE of the US regain their freedom and dignity.

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