‘Truth Is Treason’ – The Torture of Julian Assange

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange appeared before a UK judge to request more time to prepare his case against the US extradition request. Acting more like a Soviet triubunal, the judge went on to deny his every request. He is not allowed to prepare to fight his extradition. Even though Assange has served his time for “jumping bail” the British court ruled that he must remain in prison. His shocking mental and physical condition after being held for months in UK’s notorious Belmarsh prison only confirms the UN torture official’s assessment that he is being tortured by the US and UK governments. Why? For publishing the truth. The lesson to others is clear: challenge the global US military empire and you will be destroyed. On today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

5 thoughts on “‘Truth Is Treason’ – The Torture of Julian Assange”

  1. I feel bad for him, but I’m not surprised that they’re torturing him. If the empire can destroy civilsation across various countries, with hecatombs of dead bodies, then what is the destruction of one individuals mind to these people? They are ruthless and with out remorse.

  2. Hate to say it, but torture was to be expected.
    Morality doesnt exist in all these order-takers.
    He is being used as a warning to all opposers:

    Exposing our war-crimes & spy-campaigns
    will be avenged. Our puppets are everywhere: judges, armies, governments, and its none of your business how we use them.

    Cant stomach seeing crimes against humanity?
    Just look the other way like the rest of our puppets, or you’ll end up like Assange.

    1. “Just look the other way like the rest of our puppets, or you’ll end up like Assange.”

      Yes, there is some question as to whether or not it is even too late to fight back. Those in power control everything, including our access to information. I, for one, am not going down without a fight, but it may very well be too late.

      1. Sorry, I dont mean to make it seem too late; just trying to convey their exact mindset.

        Only such arrogance could justify his torture. 23 hrs/day solitary for breaching bail over false charges? The guilty dont even receive this punishment.

        England would’ve sent him to Sweden had it been the real issue. Funny how before sentencing him, they deny his reason was to avoid US extradiction.

        Funny that now, after serving his sentence; they continue his treatment indefinitely, until that same extradiction ‘hearing’ (already decided).

        The lack of justice is both appauling and expected. Nobody wants to stand up to the bullies for fear of being bullied themselves.

        Dont know if its really too late or not, but personally, I choose death before bowing to their ways; and I thank God for people like Assange who arent afraid to expose the real criminals.

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