Skip to comments.The Nigel Farage Show: What should happen next to Julian Asaange? P2/2 LBC-13th February 2018
Posted on 02/14/2018 3:54:40 AM PST by Nextrush
(Nigel Farage at: 17)...It's that man Julian Assange again, the long running saga. The man who has been in the Ecuadorian Embassy now for over five years.
Well, his case was once again at Westminster Magistrates Court.....
(Nigel Farage at 2:20)...But its the American dimension of this that I still find a bit of a mystery. Was there any hint or any clue today of any kind from District Judge Emma Arbuthnot as to whether or not the Americans have an extradition warrant out for him or not?........
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Skipping bail in London may be one thing but what worries Nigel is Assange being hauled off to this country on some extradition warrant that may be hidden from public knowledge right now.
The entire Asantge thing is curious. He was charged in Sweden with rape for spending three days with a female having sex on several occasions without a condom. Sweden, a country where rape has become so common the police arent even interested and their gummint and media actually go out of their way to cover it up. The female in question is glow in the dark CIA so it demonstrates a serious lack of judgement on Assanges part to have even fallen for it. Upon realizing he had been set up he fled to the UK where TPTB pursued him so he fled further to the Ecuadorean Embassy which had a vehement anti US leader at the time (which has since been replaced) but yet, there he remains. I have never heard of any US charges against him but one wonders about secret charges (do we even DO that sort of thing?) or are they trying to get their hands on him so they can charge him? Who knows?
I get that US Intel types want his hide for publishing their stuff but seems to me normal folks here are beginning to realize that without the Podesta emails I dont think we would know any of the #FusionCollusion stuff so, in that sense, what Assange did is a plus for normal Americans. The entire Assange affair is just a stinking, fetid, hot mess it would seem.
Right now the British judge is drumming up the simple notion of skipping bail and that Mr. Assange should have the “courage” to come to court.
But once he’s out of the embassy and back in custody does he end up in a jail in this country to be dealt with by the intelligence-security lobby on super duper charges with a 1000 year prison sentence or something like that?
After I’ve seen our criminal justice system operate in the Oregon Standoff and Bunkerville Standoff cases against dozens of people in a corrupt way, I am much more sympathetic to Mr. Assange than to any grievances from the “Security Lobby” in this country and or the intelligence agencies.
Very well said. JUSTICE for ASSANGE.
The same IC that is still running their coup attempt?
The risk of secret courts is that one cannot know what may or may not happen. There very well could be secret warrants.
Additionally after we forced down and searched the Presidential aircraft of the president of Bolivia, after we used our embassies to launch overthrows in half a dozen countries, after we used the Benghazi embassy to smuggle weapons to Al Qeida, after we sent the FBI to Iceland to try to get them to lie about some offense we could use as a pretext to grab Assange, it’s pretty obvious we have abandoned all pretense of the rules of diplomacy and embassies.
Assange should be extremely careful about trusting the despots in DC. They bitterly hate him for publishing their crimes and wrongdoing.
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