Alex Constantine - November 4, 2010
Re the public lynching of Julian Assange: I trimmed this story down (full version here) because it makes a circuitous chain of facile connections to conclude that Julian Assange is a CIA operative. I don't believe that running for his life from a cult as a child constitutes a "connection," as some have claimed. Assange "appears to be affilated" wth a mind conrol cult? Practically in diapers, before he learned the alpahbet tenuously linked to him, HE FLED THE CULT. This is not an "affiliation." Expanding on the cult's intelligence ties doesn't make it one. And a conversation that Assange had with an Australian intelligence officer about the cult or anything else does not constitute "intelligence ties," either.
There may be solid reasons to malign the integrity of Julian Assange. I haven't heard one yet.
Mind-reading tripe is not actual journalism: " ... His name is Julian Assange. His face stares out at you with a look of contemptuous superiority. He is smarter than you, better than you ... "
I should disregard mass murder and torture by US forces in Iraq because Assange thinks he's smarter than me? This is backstair gossip.
Armchair psychologist and Holocaust revisionist Jonah Goldberg thinks the WikiLeaks spokesman is "paranoid." He also thinks that the Nazi Party was a mustering of touchy-feelie liberals ...
One common criticism on the Net observes that the latest round of documents from WikiLeaks portray Iran as intercessionist, in line with CIA propaganda. I hate to break it to these critics, but Iran IS a strict theocracy. It waged a war with Iraq that featured the mutual bombing of cities. And Iran DOES stick its nose into Middle Eastern affairs, just as the CIA does. (There has long been enmity between Tehran and the Taliban, but the world of arms trading is treacherous. State Department release: “Since at least 2006, Iran has arranged arms shipments to select Taliban members, including small arms and associated ammunition, rocket propelled grenades, mortar rounds, 107mm rockets, and plastic explosives. Iran’s Qods Force provided training to the Taliban in Afghanistan on small unit tactics, small arms, explosives, and indirect fire weapons. ... ” ) Documentation existed before the WikiLeaks release, so it was only supplemental.
The consequences have been enormous. Bradley Manning, the accused source of the last round of leaks, faces a possible life sentence. Assange has been slopped with mud from all sides, falsely charged with rape in headlines around the world, harassed by US officials, publicly accused of endangering lives in a war zone, fears reprisals - and Liz Cheney gave him a good tongue-lashing. He's been thoroughky shellacked for bringing American crimes to the world's attention. As for "paranoia":
" ... Assange said his group now devotes 70 percent of its resources to defending itself from attacks against its collaborators and its financial infrastructure, which he said were 'mostly by the U.S. military and U.S. intelligence.' ... " (AP)
And he's a CIA mole? Doubtful. Obama, Gates and their fellow war criminals are spitting all over themselves.
What is being done about the ATROCITIES that WikiLeaks has documented? Maybe America's miltary-industrial thugs should be held to account, too ...
- Alex Constantine
Julian Assange was born in 1971 in Townsville, Queensland, Australia.
Reportedly, Julian, together with his mother Claire and his half-brother, spent his childhood fleeing the father of Julian's half-brother.
That father was a member of a cult, called The Family, run by a Anne-Hamilton Byrne. Anne-Hamilton Byrne ran her 'child-kidnapping cult' on the outskirts of Melbourne.
"Byrne dyed the stolen children’s hair blonde and fed them LSD." (Julian Assange of WikiLeaks: Destroyer of Worlds)
"The Santiniketan Park Association of Anne Hamilton-Byrne conditioned children with drugs, sensory deprivation, sleep deprivation, torture and ritual sexual abuse in order to produce subjects who bent to the will of the group’s leader." (Wiki of the Damned)
"Assange claims that Australian intelligence has advised him, and there is an apparent link between Australian intelligence and the cult." (Wiki of the Damned) ...
"Among those on the receiving end of the cult’s services was Lord Casey, former Governor-General of Australia and the minister in charge of overseeing the Australian intelligence service, with which Assange claims to be connected." (Wiki of the Damned)
"Another indication of serious institutional support for the cult concerns the participation in their activities of Ronald Conway. One of Australia’s most prominent Catholic intellectuals, Conway appears to have engaged in molestation of children placed in his care." (Wiki of the Damned)
Anne Hamilton-Byrne acquired fourteen infants and young children between about 1968 and 1975.
Assange was born in 1971. ("Village of the Damned," meet Julian Assange)
Sarah Moore, a 'daughter' of Hamilton-Byrne, was a victim of the cult.
"Unseen, Unheard, Unknown" is the book by Sarah Moore (Hamilton-Byrne). ....
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You write “There may be solid reasons to malign the integrity of Julian Assange. I haven’t heard one yet.”
The question no one has answered (yet) on wikileaks is the missing reference to the epidemic rape of American woman soldiers in the ‘unedited’ Iraq Field Reports.
There is more than a reasonable expectation to find the rapes documented there. As a former sergeant of operations for special forces I know 1st hand about writing field reports. Assange’s credibility takes a big hit when what is claimed cannot be demonstrated in fact. Those field reports were edited prior to release. If it was by the people in the military or intelligence, it points to Assange either being used or in collusion. If they were edited by wikileaks, it is inconsistent with Assange’s claims of unvarnished revelations of evil in the military and the wars (wars which I am against, btw)
Mr. West: I think you are looking for a reason to condemn WikiLeaks. A small percentage of the documents have been released so far. They come at a trickle.
Why do you demand reports that may or may not be among them? WikiLeaks has done even better than the reports you expected to find … in the small number of files release so far … if they are even in WikiLeak’s possession …
“The question no one has answered (yet) on wikileaks is the missing reference to the epidemic rape of American woman soldiers in the ‘unedited’ Iraq Field Reports.”
Houston Press headline: “WikiLeaks: Texas Company Helped Pimp Little Boys To Stoned Afghan Cops”
WikiLeaks reports pedophila rape without flinching. Why on earth would they cover up military rapes?
You should know that the military did not investigate many of those rapes, according to documents FROM WikiLeaks, and did not keep extensive files on them. This was reported last year in the Guardian about US-sponsored Iraqi soldiers, and the same is true, I know after corresponding with activists who focus on the military rape issue, of American grunts in Iraq … and much of this outrage is now public knowledge, thanks to WL.
There are many more cables and documents forthcoming. Let’s see what’s in them before demanding reports that may not even be among the lot presumably leaked by Bradley Manning.
The most compelling reason why Assange is a C.I.A. / Illuminati shill is the fact that he promotes the official story of razor knife wielding Arab hijackers in the 9/11 incident, despite obviously being very internet savvy. Those weren’t airliners that hit the twin towers, and building number 7 wasn’t even hit by one of those cruise missiles fashioned to superficially resemble airliners. (Except with a telltale bunker buster bomb bulge underneath the fuselages.) The preparation work of cutting the main beams and planting the charges on every floor of the towers took a minimum of three weeks to complete. You can see the sideways plumes of the explosive demolition charges spewing out on every floor in the news videos. The Chilean Government, whose embassy he has taken refuge inside of, is not exactly a human rights champion if you know what I mean. Also notice how his discussions on his Russia Today show never address any really relevant issues and are a complete waste of time. If the powers that be really wanted him in custody, they would have captured him at the beginning of his so called “flight”.
I THINKBECAUSE OF THE INJUSTICES IN THIS WORLD HE IS TRYING TO DO GOOD I THINK HE IS VERY BRAVE MAN A HERO AND US NEEDS TO LEAVE HIM ALONE AFTER ALL IF GOV. DIDNT LIE AND CHEAT KILL HURT THEN THERE WOULD BE NO WIKILEAKS SO STOP BLAMING HIM.
Reply to “Michael” – (an odd choice of names to use hereon Alex’ blog, btw) – Assange doesn’t run a Covert Operations Research and Analysis blog or website. He runs a website that published LEAKED materials. While I have no doubts that the official ‘legend’ and narrative of September 11th 2001 is a complete fraud – I don’t see how or why it is the duty of Assange to correct it. Ecuador not Chile.