Monday, October 17, 2016

Julian Assange, Occidental Hero--whether of the rearguard or vanguard yet to be determined

Julian Assange has been neutered. He's been suffering some sort of chronic pain in his right shoulder for months. This presumed warning shot hasn't dissuaded him from the steady drip-drip-drip of Clinton campaign emails.

Now it appears that under pressure from the US government, the Ecuadoran embassy in Britain--where Assange has been holed up for four years to avoid extradition--has cut off his internet access.

Shutting him up is preferable to assassinating him. The Cathedral doesn't want to make a martyr out of Assange. But WikiLeaks has contingency plans in place, so it's a false choice. The information is coming and Team Clinton can't stop it.

This is about more than the presidential election. The Cathedral thinks it has that in the bag, through a combination of rigged polls, voter fraud, electoral fraud, a bipartisan circling of the wagons, and the elevating of every accusation of misconduct by Trump on nothing other than the account of the person making the allegation while entirely ignoring the same when Hillary is the accused.

This is about the media lapdogs snuffing out the media watchdogs. WikiLeaks' record is squeaky clean. The organization has never presented an apocryphal document in its decade of existence, a record CNN, Fox News, the New York Times, or the Washington Post couldn't hope to match for a single week, let alone a ten years and counting.

Instead of diving into years' worth of free Christmas gifts in the form of the WikiLeaks' data dump, the lickspittle media lapdogs are lamely trying to scare the Dirt People away from it:

Major media bias is old hat, but it's remarkable just how overwhelming it has become. The Center for Public Integrity today released a review of campaign finance records showing that those listing their occupations as "journalist", "reporter", "news editor", or "television news anchor", have given over $380,000 to the Clinton campaign and less than $15,000 to the Trump campaign, a 96%-4% Clinton advantage over Trump among the line workers who create the Narrative's news.

That's small potatoes compared to the Clinton allies like Haim Saban, Jeff Bezos, and Carlos Slim, controllers of Univision, the Washington Post, and the New York Times, respectively.

Reported recently on CNN: "We have not heard such vociferous attacks on a presidential candidate since 1860." A cold civil war is here. A hot one may be coming.

Trump should continue to poison the well. There's no reason for restraint when it comes to accusations of cover-ups, fabrications, voter fraud, the rigged system, etc.

Nullification followed by secession is on the horizon.

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