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Saturday, December 24, 2016

Hero Julian Assange's Internet is back on

Man of the Century
“Clinton denounced us and said we were an attack on the entire ‘international community.’ We kept publishing.”
Julian Assange

(EDITOR  -  How would you like to be imprisoned in an overgrown closet for years for the "crime" of daring to tell the truth? Comrade Obama, with the support of the GOP and Dems, have made Assange almost a Man in the Iron Mask political prisoner inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. 

Assange is the enemy of both parties. They want to prevent the people from finding out the truth about corrupt government.

(Infowars)  -  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange confirmed Friday that his internet access at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London has been restored.

Speaking with Repubblica.it, Assange revealed new details on his current situation as well as the state of WikiLeaks.

“The internet has been returned,” Assange said.

Assange’s internet was “intentionally severed” on October 17 by the Ecuadorian government amid the publication of thousands of emails from Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta reports Infowars.

WikiLeaks accused US Secretary of State John Kerry of pressuring Ecuador to derail their publishing schedule during September’s FARC peace negotiations in Colombia.

“Hillary Clinton’s election would have been a consolidation of power in the existing ruling class of the United States,” Assange said. “Donald Trump is not a DC insider, he is part of the wealthy ruling elite of the United States, and he is gathering around him a spectrum of other rich people and several idiosyncratic personalities.”

Looking back on 10 years of publishing, Assange highlighted WikiLeaks’ ability to shed light on the establishment’s “illusion of power.”

“Power is mostly the illusion of power. The Pentagon demanded we destroy our publications. We kept publishing,” Assange said. “Clinton denounced us and said we were an attack on the entire ‘international community.’ We kept publishing.”

“I was put in prison and under house arrest. We kept publishing. We went head to head with the NSA getting Edward Snowden out of Hong Kong, we won and got him asylum. Clinton tried to destroy us and was herself destroyed. Elephants, it seems, can be brought down with string. Perhaps there are no elephants”.

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