Discussion in 'Φ QANON & POLITICS' started by david, Aug 8, 2016.
Furniture removed from Ecuadorian embassy amid reports of handing Assange over to UK
Julian to leave embassy?
Another reliable source confirms...
June 28, 2018
And, the Daily Mail...
It is my inclination to believe, if Julian were to be extradicted to US, he would be rescued by those who are really in charge at the moment, even if that possibility was never projected outward for mainstream consumption. So, the "opposite of the above demoncrats", who have attempted to project that their stinking swampy opinions matter in any real way, would ultimately provide rescue. But, that is just my personal opinion, that the swamp creatures would ultimately lose the battle for their clutches on Julian in order to silence him.
So Q has provided us with proofs today regarding the CIA Employee who transmitted "Vault 7 - CIA Hacking Tools Revealed" to Wikileaks. This release became Assange's "offline cause".
The indictment below, unsealed on June 18 for former CIA Employee Josua Adam Schulte, provides the key...
According to the indictment:
"On March 7, 2017, Organization-1 released on the Internet classified national defense material belonging to the CIA (the “Classified Information”). In 2016, SCHULTE, who was then employed by the CIA, stole the Classified Information from a computer network at the CIA and later transmitted it to Organization-1. SCHULTE also intentionally caused damage without authorization to a CIA computer system by granting himself unauthorized access to the system, deleting records of his activities, and denying others access to the system. SCHULTE subsequently made material false statements to FBI agents concerning his conduct at the CIA."
Organization-1 appears to be Wikileaks. Assanges release of "Vault 7 - CIA Hacking Tools Revealed" occurred on March 7, 2017, the same date as Schulte is accused of leaking the information.
This date also falls in line with Comey killing Wikileaks immunity deal:
This is an interesting development. A turning of the tides, perhaps?
Virginia State Senator in Rare Support by Politician for Assange
Julian Assange’s lawyers fear his extradition to the U.S. where they believe a sealed indictment in Virginia is awaiting him. In a rare move by a U.S. politician, a state senator in Virginia has come out in support of Assange.
By State Senator Richard Black
As a military officer, I was trained to strictly observe security protocols. So when I first heard of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, I was instinctively critical. But upon reading his released documents, I saw how Julian gave people accurate insights into the inner workings of their own government.
Government “of the People” cannot flourish beneath a suffocating cloak of secrecy. And secrecy is often aimed, not at protecting us from enemies abroad, but at deceiving us about the dark machinations of our own government. The most consequential secrets are those used to conceal steps taken to establish predicates for future wars—unwarranted conflicts that seem to roll off an endless assembly line. No-fly zones, bombings, sanctions, false flags, blockades, mercenaries, bloodthirsty terrorists have all become stock in trade. Sanctions destabilize our targets through hunger and suffering. We terrorize and blow body parts into the streets like calling cards. Regime change is the end game; coups and assassinations are fair play.
Before Assange, those who “broke the code” and detected the Deep State’s patterns of misbehavior were labeled “conspiracy theorists” or worse. But with the advent of WikiLeaks, original, unchallenged source documents have proven our arguments, and revealed the truth to citizens. (Continue reading here)
Here's a direct link to the petition page. https://www.infowars.com/petition/
"Is Julian the key to unlocking Mueller's Russia Collusion Puzzle?"