Julian Assange Speaks Out: The War On The Truth

Are Wikileaks and other similar organizations “hostile foreign agencies,” as CIA Director Mike Pompeo asserted recently? He’s looking at a way to punish media organizations for telling their readers the truth while being able to avoid going after the mainstream media companies that publish materials provided by WikiLeaks. It is all about stripping some organizations and individuals from First Amendment protection. Don’t miss this exclusive Ron Paul Liberty Report with WikiLeaks Founder, Julian Assange:

Wikileaks is registered as a 501(c)3 organization in the US. Find out more about the organization and how you can help, here.

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

11 thoughts on “Julian Assange Speaks Out: The War On The Truth”

  1. Can’t believe I’m the first commenter @9:00 PM on the Fri. The 28 of April..

    Well, what is there to say but that Our Masters really don’t like to be exposed as they rampage across the planet, bringing Murder Meyham, Rape Robbery and DESTRUCTION to far off people’s & places.

    Because their work is creating chaos as the fog of war. Remember, “In times of great

  2. Poor Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679), the English philosopher who tried to tell us that man perpetually tries to dominate his fellow man by seeking an unfair advantage over him. His message, in his book Leviathan (1650), was rejected by most of his contemporaries because he did not invoke the power of God over the Devil. It was left to another bringer of bad news, the Marquis de Sade, to suggest that we all secretly gloat over the pain, humiliation and destruction of our enemies. Meanwhile, many people are entirely happy to play God in their judgements. Some have suspected Hobbes to be an atheist. He believed that the empirical evidences of the natural world are observable to our and was reluctant to speculate further. Perhaps more people should have heeded his warnings since then. The history of mankind has been much as he described it.

  3. Haven’t yet viewed the video, but … I don’t get it — Pompeo uses the term “hostile foreign agencies” like it’s a bad thing! Seriously, of course Wikileaks et al. are “hostile foreign agencies” — from the perspective of our glorious overmasters, how else would an enemy of the State be characterized?

  4. I don’t see how the Supreme Court would ultimately allow such a definition of the 1st Amendment.Then again, this is the same group that gave us Citizen’s United.

  5. The U.S. Government was founded by really hostile immigrant European Aristocrats.

    That part isn’t new. The revolution wasn’t new either, the English had a lovely time under the Cromwell Regime, civil wars packed to go and exported to America. Maybe Queen Bess 2 will just dissolve the monarchy, she already gave Titles of Nobility to Elton John, The Beatles, the Who and the Rolling Stones.

    For further info on how the British, reluctant hosts of Assange, helped mold the U.S. into the mess it’s evolved into the modern times, Oxford World Almanac.

  6. Julian Assange should be dragged to our country by U.S. federal agents or by a couple of NY mafia wise guys who gives a friggin how just get him here and charge him for being a direct threat to our national security.

    1. Anyone who attempts to do said dragging, government employee or not, should be summarily executed by the nearest human being who gives a damn about freedom.

      1. There is nothing noble about Mr. Assange’s actions and nothing to do with protecting freedom.

        1. You’re absolutely right, except for the fact that there’s everything noble about Assange’s actions, which are entirely about protecting freedom. But other than that, yeah, exactly right.

    2. Our nation would be a lot more “secure” if we just butted out of all of these places, where we just make things a lot worse for a lot of people. You really feel “threatened” by Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, Yemen, North Korea?

  7. Incarcerate the messenger (and, as a bonus) intimidate all other potential whistleblowers. This has become policy in the “land of the free.”

Comments are closed.