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Chris Hedges gave this talk Tuesday, June 11, at an event held in London in support of Julian Assange.


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Ask the Iraqi parents of Sabiha Hamed Salih, aged 15, and Ashwaq Hamed Salih, aged 16, who were killed by shrapnel in Baghdad on July 31, 2004, what they think of Julian Assange.

Ask the man and his two young daughters who saw their wife and mother shot to death and were themselves wounded in a car fired upon by U.S. Marines in Fallujah on July 22, 2005, what they think of Julian Assange.

Ask the parents of Huda Haleem, an 18-year-old girl, and Raghad Muhamad Haleem, a 5-year-old boy, shot dead by U.S. soldiers on June 2, 2006, in Iraq's Diyala province what they think of Julian Assange.

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Ask the parents of the 15-year-old boy choked with a wire and then shot to death by U.S. Marines in Ramadi on Aug. 10, 2006, what they think of Julian Assange.

Ask the relatives of Ahmed Salam Mohammad, who was shot dead on Nov. 27, 2006, when U.S. troops attacked a wedding party near Mosul, an attack that also left four wounded, what they think of Julian Assange.

Ask the families of the over one dozen people shot to death with .50-caliber machine guns by bantering U.S. Apache helicopter crews in east Baghdad in July 2007 -- the crew members can be heard laughing at the "dead bastards" and saying "light 'em up" and "keep shooting, keep shooting" -- a massacre that included two journalists for Reuters -- Namir Noor-Eldeen and Saeed Chmagh -- what they think of Julian Assange. Ask the then 10-year-old Sajad Mutashar and his 5-year-old sister, Doaha, both wounded, whose 43-year-old father, Saleh, was shot to death from the air as he attempted to assist one of the wounded men in the Baghdad street, what they think of Julian Assange.

There is nothing like the boot of the oppressor on your neck to give you moral clarity.

None of these war crimes, and hundreds more reported to the U.S. military but never investigated, would have been made public without Julian, Chelsea Manning and WikiLeaks. That is the role of journalists -- to give a voice to those who without us would have no voice, to hold the powerful to account, to give the forgotten and the demonized justice, to speak the truth.

We have watched over the last decade as freedom of the press and legal protection for those who expose government abuses and lies have been obliterated by wholesale government surveillance and the criminalizing of the leaking and, with Julian's persecution, publication of these secrets. The press has been largely emasculated in the United States. The repeated use of the Espionage Act, especially under the Obama administration, to charge and sentence whistleblowers has shut down our ability to shine a light into the inner workings of power and empire.

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Governmental officials with a conscience, knowing all of their communications are monitored, captured and stored by intelligence agencies, are too frightened to reach out to reporters. The last line of defense lies with those with the skills that allow them to burrow into the records of the security and surveillance state and with the courage to make them public, such as Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and Jeremy Hammond, now serving a 10-year prison term in the United States for hacking into the Texas-based private security firm Strategic Forecasting Inc., or Stratfor. The price of resistance is high not only for them, but for those such as Julian willing to publish this information. As Sarah Harrison has pointed out: "This is our data, our information, our history. We must fight to own it."

Even if Julian were odious, which he is not, even if he carried out a sexual offense, which he did not, even if he was a poor house-guest -- a bizarre term for a man trapped in a small room for nearly seven years under house arrest -- which he was not, it would make no difference. Julian is not being persecuted for his vices. He is being persecuted for his virtues.

His arrest eviscerates all pretense of the rule of law and the rights of a free press. The illegalities carried by the Ecuadorian, British and U.S. governments in the seizure of Julian two months ago from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London are ominous. They presage a world where the internal workings, abuses, corruption, lies and crimes, especially war crimes, carried out by the global ruling elite will be masked from the public. They presage a world where those with the courage and integrity to expose the misuse of power, no matter what their nationality, will be hunted down around the globe and seized, tortured, subjected to sham trials and given lifetime prison terms. They presage an Orwellian dystopia where journalism is outlawed and replaced with propaganda, trivia, entertainment and indoctrination to make us hate those demonized by the state as our enemies.

The arrest of Julian marks the official beginning of the corporate totalitarianism and constant state surveillance, now far advanced in China, that will soon define our lives. The destruction of all protection of the rule of law, which is what we are witnessing, is essential to establishing an authoritarian or totalitarian state.

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Near as I can tell, President Trump will lose a significant portion of his political base if he fails to arrange for Julian Assange's release and pardon.

Assange has become a living martyr that both the left and right need in order to hold their bases...the left for hiding it's rabid race to globalism ruled by tyrannical Bilderberg royal blood lines, and the right from Deep State war machine dominated by Federal Reserve economic hegemonic power.

Assange's pardon also sends a long awaited signal that the good guys' faction of US Military Forces are winning.

Assange's value to both political poles will grow exponentially as the 2020 Presidential Campaign draws near. He will be one of the new political Ace Cards to the usual handful of perks used to rally the voter base one way or the other.

The Press will hate to reward Trump for doing the right thing for Assange, which Trump eventually will realize must be done. Arrange to free Assange and Pardon him.

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It would be political suicide for Trump to pardon Assange. Republicans and conservatives have neither love nor respect for Assange. Assange played a high stakes game when he sought assylum; a game that he lost.


Essentially, Assange is now a notorious has been who has little credibility and faces a dubious future. Things are not going to end well for him, nor should they in my opinion. There was a time when he could be a good rallying point for liberals, but it appears that he doesn't even have much going for him in that area anymore.


Republicans and conservatives are not going to rally around Assange, nor Manning or Snowden.

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"Things are not going to end well for him, nor should they in my opinion."

Wow, Doc. Just... wow.

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Share your view on this comment Devil. It's too bad we were not given any justification for that view.

However, it does reflect the common perception rampant in the U.S. these days. Always crying out for some one, anyone, even God, to come pull their chestnuts from the fire, because they haven't the back bone to do so themselves. Yet, when someone stands up and displays the reality, they also target them as well, simply because those actions from such individuals shows up the lack of moral back bone and fiber within the U.S. society today. Gotta bring them all down, cannot have them showing up people for what they really are.

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well wow. you sure have drunk a lot of kool-aide.

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I am delighted that you support euthansia in your bio. I'd love for you to show us how...

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The euthanasia I support goes hand in hand with the right to die with dignity and to avoid or minimize end of life pain and suffering. Such a position has no place for sarcasm. lf memory serves me correct, we have discussed this previously.

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The purpose of Assange is to give you people something to fight for and do not disturb those who made crimes. The last name they gave themselves is a deep state. Hey, Mr. Mueller, could you be so nice to investigate what a deep state is? Can't you see a Russian connection there? Not one problem can be solved before the members of the deep states are revealed and prosecuted.


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How about if progressive alternative reporting routinely put, in parentheses, after the names of sold-out gov't officials, the names of the private corporate interests to which the officials are beholden? That ought be automatic, even necessary, when an official is involved in legislation related to their own private industry links...including campaign contributions, of course.

This might catch on...and incidentally, bring attention to the commercial media (incl. NPR) not bothering us with such useful, integral info.

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Really ??????????? That means 2/3's of U.S. Government and NGO's would fill a document the size of a phone book. It'd take forever, to go thru them to find anyone your looking for. That's how bad the situation is. Mind you, folks need to understand, it's not just the U.S. that's in this position these days, my own country is also as badly compromised by such traitorius individuals.

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Thanks to Chris Hedges again for his time and dedication.

Many people have been killed and their livelihood destroyed so that interest groups would benefit.

One root cause is greed. Another root cause is silly religious beliefs.

In honor of those who have been killed (among them names mentioned), Assange should be freed.

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Think it would be good for the public to hear the whole trial.

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He shouldn't be on trial at all. Free Speech is our Constitutional right. If the government doesn't want its crimes known, they shouldn't commit them.


I've read that Obama could have prosecuted whistleblowers but didn't, precisely because of our granted Free Speech right.


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Yes, he "shouldn't" but of course "he did it" anyway - when W Bush "attacked and invaded Iraq without securing a new war resolution as required, from the United Nations Security Council [a signed Treaty], his invasion, occupation, and everything that followed became a War of Aggression, totally illegal and immoral from the very first day". He "has not" been held accountable by anyone but of course "should be", in the United States - "a nation of laws" and "treaties" ("violation of treaties are crimes" - Robert H. Jackson).

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"I've read that Obama could have prosecuted whistleblowers but didn't, precisely because of our granted Free Speech right."

Actually, Obama went after more whistleblowers than all previous presidents combined. He just stopped at going after Assange, because of what he called "the New York Times problem".

Basically, he admitted (without saying) that the MSM is considered a protected interest, and that indicting any publishers would make it too difficult to continue to protect the MSM.

Apparently, in order to enjoy 1st Amendment rights, you need to be a member of a corporate-owned media conglomerate.

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Thanks for the clarification.

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Well they are the BIGGEST mouth piece the establishment has, and doing a fantastic job of disemminating the propaganda put out by them, you can't go around getting them off side, far better to keep them happy and placated to continue doing their job.

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Never, absolutely, NEVER gonna happen. First off, there's no guarantee he is ever going to come out of gaol ALIVE, second,IF he does, suspect he won't make it to the U.S. Alive. He is far more useful to them DEAD, than he is alive and allowed to speak and point the finger at the biggest criminals this planet has ever seen.

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A Republican Rosary.

Hail America, home of hate. Donald J. Trump's crowd calls it great. The State of the Union is Addiction to Authority, Belief in a God of Endless War. Cruel unusual punishment for all slaves trying to run away, or run a small business. Death to democracy. Public Education teaches sex education, but not how to make money, or be an entrepreneur. Donald J. Trump's Diplomacy kills us all. No need for a wall, in a cemetery.

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I would sue Bush hundred times even every lawsuit gets rejected. On the long run, I would fight for the power to the people. It would eliminate the Assange problem. It is explained in my article: "The Future of Democracy" here https://www.opednews.com/articles/The-Future-of-Democracy-by-Aleksandar-Sarovic-Bottom-up_Democracy_Democracy_Democracy-Awakening-190601-351.html

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