Assange: “The injustice is absolutely breath-taking”

The statement

“Who can forget – who could possibly forget – the grainy image provided to WikiLeaks by a brave whistleblower that subsequently was released under the title of ‘Collateral Murder’, the footage of a US attack helicopter gunning down and killing innocent civilians and Reuters journalists in a street in Iraq?  We only know of that, Deputy Speaker, because Julian Assange made us aware of that.  He was doing his job.  He was exercising every right that he has as a journalist to tell us about wrongdoing. 

Deputy Speaker, the injustice of this is absolutely breathtaking,  Absolutely breathtaking.  As much as the attack on journalism is terrifying – because if the matter proceeds to its shameful conclusion then it will have set a precedent that applies to all Australian journalists that if ever any Australian journalist annoys a foreign government in any way and if that government is a government that the Australian government is hoping to curry favour with, then who’s to say that the Australian Government won’t be complicit in the extradition or the transport of that Australian journalist to that country?”

The source

Andrew Wilkie, Independent Member for Clark,  in a speech to the Australian Parliament, as reported in Cairns News, 15 February 2024, “Tasmanian MHR moves successful motion to bring Assange back to Australia”, (Tasmanian MHR moves successful motion to bring Assange back to Australia –

My take on it

I met Julian’s father last year.  I asked him how it was going.  He said that after fifteen years of this he had learned not to get his hopes up, but to take one day at a time.

It was also last year that Assange’s wife published this message on X:

Julian is 52 now. He was 38 when WikiLeaks published Collateral Murder and was last free. The video shows the US army killing a dozen civilians, including two Reuters employees on assignment and the rescuers who stopped to help the wounded. Reuters formally attempted to obtain the video but the Pentagon refused to hand it over. The evidence of what had happened remained on US military servers until intelligence whistle-blower Chelsea Manning sent it to WikiLeaks. Collateral Murder had a massive impact. The millions of dollars that had been poured into Pentagon PR messaging couldn’t make the public un-see the war crime.

“In a sane world, Assange would not only be freed, but awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom,” one person observed on X.

I agree.

Some do not.  The Liberal National Party voted against Wilkie’s motion – yet another marker that it has lost its moral compass – but gladly the motion was carried, 86 votes to 42.

Now the matter lies in the hands of two High Court Justices in the UK, with an appeal against his extradition set to be determined next week.

Please God there will soon be better news for Julian, and for his dad.

Geoengineering:  ‘Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025’

‘In this paper we show that appropriate application of weather-modification can provide battlespace dominance to a degree never before imagined.  In the future, such operations will enhance air and space superiority and provide new options for battlespace shaping and battlespace awareness.   “The technology is there, waiting for us to pull it all together;”  in 2025 we can “Own the Weather.”

A study produced in the Department of Defence by Col TJ House and team in response to a directive from the Chief of Staff of the US Air Force and presented in June 1996


I am persuaded, long since.  The evidence is writ large across our skies.

I am not trying to persuade anybody else.  Do your own research. 

To get you started, some references may help.  Here are a couple:

The Dimming, documentary from  (1h57m viewing)

Irrefutable Film Footage Of Climate Engineering Aerosol Spraying ( , 7 years ago, 2 mins )

Harvard University’s Geoengineering Program

The jab: Federal agency approval unsupportable

‘Federal agency approval of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines on a blanket-coverage population-wide basis had no support from an honest assessment of all relevant registrational data and commensurate consideration of risks versus benefits. Given the extensive, well-documented SAEs and unacceptably high harm-to-reward ratio, we urge governments to endorse a global moratorium on the modified mRNA products until all relevant questions pertaining to causality, residual DNA, and aberrant protein production are answered.’

‘COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines: Lessons Learned from the Registrational Trials and Global Vaccination Campaign’, peer-reviewed paper by M. Nathaniel Mead • Stephanie Seneff • Russ Wolfinger • Jessica Rose • Kris Denhaerynck • Steve Kirsch • Peter A. McCullough

(!/ 24 January 2024

What’s left to say?

Let him who has ears, let him hear.

The evidence cries out for a moratorium.