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Julian Assange Being Tortured in Captivity

Karen Kwiatkowski has an article on Julian Assange’s kidnapping and false imprisonment at Belmarsh Prison in London, U.K., in which he is being harshly interrogated by both British and U.S. goons.

According to Kwiatkowski’s sources, Assange is being forcibly given 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate, which causes psychotic episodes, in which the victim is out of touch with reality, and sometimes is imagining one’s murderers who aren’t there. So, if that is what that drug does, then what is the point of interrogating him if you are trying to get truthful answers?

No, the CIA and MI6 don’t care about truthful answers from their victim. They just want to break him psychologically. Government criminals use torture mainly to coerce or extract false confessions or to falsely implicate others. It has nothing to do with getting the truth. In fact, since the truth is what Assange has been publishing from his WikiLeaks, this is exactly why they are after him.

Government criminals don’t like being outed in their crimes. So they persecute, harass, or jail whistleblowers and leakers to punish them. That is what they did to NSA whistleblowers William Binney and Thomas Drake, and CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou (who exposed the CIA torture program that the criminals of the U.S. government want to hide).

So because Julian Assange operates WikiLeaks that was responsible for exposing the Iraq War crimes, Afghanistan War crimes and the diplomatic cables fiasco, and the Collateral Murder video, he and WikiLeaks were called a “Hostile Intelligence Service” by the now Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the former CIA director. Like past Secretaries of State, Mike Pompeo is really the “Secretary of Belligerence,” quite frankly.

In fact, in an article this week Paul Craig Roberts accurately describes Pompeo as an “ignorant warmonger masquerading as an American Secretary of State,” an “idiot,” “moronic imposter.” All true. Roberts states that Pompeo doesn’t get Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution. But wait a minute, when Pompeo was in Congress, he was a member of the “Congressional Constitution Caucus,” in which those congresspeople were supposedly supporters of the U.S. Constitution! (Most of them voted for indefinite detention of Americans to show off their knowledge and expertise of the U.S. Constitution, just to be clear.)

So, government criminals obviously don’t want their crimes exposed, which is mainly what WikiLeaks and Assange have been doing for the past 10 years now. When bureaucrats’ crimes are exposed, watch the government criminals scamper like cockroaches when you turn the lights on.

Government criminals are even worse than private sector criminals, because government criminals have the law and authority on their side. Government bureaucrats ARE the law! When they act criminally, it is very difficult for those who are ruled over to get justice. This is why, for example, James Comey, John Brennan, James Clapper, Andrew McCabe, Sally Yates, Peter Strzok, Loretta Lynch and Obama will probably get away with their instigating a false accusation narrative of “Trump-Russia collusions” and abusing their FISA spying authority to spy on their political opponent.

And that is why Hillary Clinton will probably get away with all her corruption and Clinton Foundation quid pro quo collusions with Russia, Saudi Arabia, and her ties to Christopher Steele and the notorious “Steele Dossier.”

Much of that story that we now know about, we know thanks to WikiLeaks.

Instead of going after the criminals in charge such as those mentioned above, “law enforcement” bureaucrats go after successful private sector people such as Martha Stewart and Michael Milken, people who weren’t even criminals!

And also, these so-called “intelligence” agencies like CIA and MI6. They are not so “intelligent.” For instance, CIA’s coup in Iran during the 1950s and support of the Shah’s regime and SAVAK police state led to the further radicalizing of the Islamic ideologues in Iran which led to the 1979 Revolution and the taking of American hostages there, which led to further tensions between Iran and the U.S. for decades since then. They shouldn’t have instigated that coup in 1953 is a reasonable conclusion.

And in England, MI6 is their “CIA,” while MI5 is their “FBI,” I believe. (And GCHQ is the U.K.’s NSA who spies on innocent people for no good reason.) In 2017 the Manchester, England Ariana Grande concert bombings and London Bridge attack were blowback for British government “intelligence” interventions and intrusions, according to Mark Curtis, who even suggested that one of the London attackers was part of a British covert op in Libya, “trained by U.K. and U.S. ‘liaison’ officers.” And Nafeez Ahmed in this article stated that the “terrorists who rampaged across London on the night of 3 June were part of a wider extremist network closely monitored by MI5 for decades.” In other words, MI5’s incompetence let the bombings go on, just like the FBI’s buffoonery leading to the Boston Marathon bombings after being warned in advance by … the Russians!

These bombings are all blowback for the U.S. government and U.K. government and other Western government’s atrocities and aggressions mainly in the Middle East.

If George W. Bush didn’t start the two wars of aggression that he started, for no good reason, then all those subsequent bombings and mass shootings would not have occurred. And there wouldn’t have been the Iraq and Afghanistan War crimes that occurred in which we had whistleblowers to reveal the crimes, and thus WikiLeaks would not have HAD to publish the information for the people to see what their own governments had wrought. And if Bush’s bureaucrat father, George H.W. Bush, now deceased, had not started his first war of aggression against Iraq, there wouldn’t have been a 9/11, and on and on.

But they all did those things, and we have WikiLeaks in order to know the truth about our government criminals, and now the bureaucrat criminals in charge are torturing the messenger, Julian Assange, for telling us the truth.

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