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ASSANGE STILL IN PRISON

By Pete Moore On November 19th, 2019

Prosecutors in Sweden have dropped an investigation into a rape allegation made against Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange in 2010.

They might as well drop it. You’d think with all the rapes going on in Sweden right now they’d have more urgent things to investigate.

Separately, the US is seeking Assange’s extradition from the UK over his alleged role in the release of classified military and diplomatic material by Wikileaks in 2010.

Though I’d rather face a rape investigation than have the Yanks get their hands on me for whistleblowing. If he ends up over there he’ll be Epsteined.

28 Responses to “ASSANGE STILL IN PRISON”

  1. As far as I am concerned, he committed no crime in the US, so he should not be extradited to the US in any case.

    So you subscribe to the Epstein conspiracy theories? They are very widespread. Apparently it’s impossible to imagine that a desperate man viewing life in prison would take his own life. Hillary body count and all that malarkey

  2. So you subscribe to the Epstein conspiracy theories?

    The alternative is to believe that a man could hang himself from a bunk bed when all cameras and security have been switched off in a prison where there had not been a suicide for decades because all preventative measures had been taken. This requires serious power of credulity, but Phantom has this power in abundance – the power to believe everything that your government tells you

  3. just let him out, let him walk the streets….. 😉

  4. Who told you that ” all cameras and security were switched off ”

    It looks like some lazy guards were cooping when they should have been watching

    People do kill themselves in jail…

  5. People do kill themselves in jail…

    True – but are any ever ‘suicided’?

    https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/08/12/the-epstein-mystery/

    James Jesus Angleton, head of CIA counter-intelligence, once told me that when the CIA pulls off something, it muddies the waters by placing different and conflicting stories in the media. The result, he said, is that there is too much to investigate, and people end up arguing with one another over which story is correct, and the facts of the event are never investigated. Today with the Internet all sorts of stories can be put into play in order to cover an event in confusion.

    When you hear someone trying to discredit a view by calling it a “conspiracy theory,” be suspicious. The CIA invented “conspiracy theory” in order to control the explanation of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination by discrediting skeptics of the official explanation.

  6. Phantom – do you believe what you have been told to believe by your government and media on the Epstein suicide? Has there ever been anything of any mainstream narrative which you did not believe or of which you had suspicions?

  7. I think that yer man killed himself.

    Sometimes a cigar is a cigar.

    If they wanted to whack him, they had plenty of chances to do it before.

  8. If they wanted to whack him…..

    “they”?? Who is this “they”? Are you insinuating that there are parties of government that kill people?

  9. No you are insinuating that

  10. Allan there is a Whole Branch of every government whose sole purpose is to kill people and break things….. it’s called the Military

  11. Phantom, on November 19th, 2019 at 7:42 PM Said:

    If they wanted to whack him

    Phantom – who is this “they”?

  12. I’m saying that he killed himself.

    If you don’t agree with that who do you think did that deed

  13. Phantom – you wrote……

    Phantom, on November 19th, 2019 at 7:42 PM Said:

    If they wanted to whack him

    Who is this “they”?

  14. Though I’d rather face a rape investigation than have the Yanks get their hands on me for whistleblowing. If he ends up over there he’ll be Epsteined.

    The people that Mr Moore think Epsteined Epstein in Epstein’s cell

  15. Phantom, on November 19th, 2019 at 9:20 PM Said:

    Though I’d rather face a rape investigation than have the Yanks get their hands on me for whistleblowing. If he ends up over there he’ll be Epsteined.

    The people that Mr Moore think Epsteined Epstein in Epstein’s cell

    You’re bloviating – very badly. Get lessons from Joe Biden

  16. Someone’s been drinking Mad Dog 20/20 again

    https://www.md2020wine.com/

  17. Allan

    Maybe Epstein still lives, and is hanging out with OBL someplace

    Can you prove that isn’t true

  18. Phantom – you wrote……

    Phantom, on November 19th, 2019 at 7:42 PM Said:

    If they wanted to whack him……

    and you divert to

    The people that Mr Moore think Epsteined Epstein in Epstein’s cell

    But Pete didn’t cite anybody. Who do you mean by “they”?

  19. Allan. You’re acting weird even by your standards in this post.

  20. Phantom

    As far as I am concerned, he committed no crime in the US, so he should not be extradited to the US in any case.

    Well said. I totally agree.

    Our Pete is quite a conspiracy theorist. Not as bad as Allan, (who is), but he does subscribed to quite a few.

  21. Dave – Phantom wrote:

    Phantom, on November 19th, 2019 at 7:42 PM Said:

    If they wanted to whack him……

    so I’m asking who does Phantom mean by “they”. He wrote it, not me, not Pete and not you. It’s a very straight-forward question yet you consider even putting the question as “weird” – whatever

    Phantom – who do you mean by “they”?

  22. Dave – from previous on this thread:

    When you hear someone trying to discredit a view by calling it a “conspiracy theory,” be suspicious. The CIA invented “conspiracy theory” in order to control the explanation of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination by discrediting skeptics of the official explanation.

    I’ll go with the term which you’ve been told to use. I don’t believe government, corporations and their media – that makes me a ‘conspiracy theorist’.

  23. Allan

    so I’m asking who does Phantom mean by “they”. He wrote it, not me, not Pete and not you. It’s a very straight-forward question yet you consider even putting the question as “weird” – whatever

    He explains it quite clearly Allan the ‘they’ he’s talking about are the people that you and Pete think killed Mr Epstein.

  24. I’ll go with the term which you’ve been told to use. I don’t believe government, corporations and their media – that makes me a ‘conspiracy theorist’.

    No one’s told me to use the term Allan, I choose to. And I think ‘conspiracy theorists’ definition covers you quite well.

    Someone who believes in a conspiracy theory (the idea that events or situations are the result of a secret plan made by powerful people)

  25. Whether Epstein killed himself or was killed he got what he deserved he was a child molestor. Assange got covert agents killed and eventually he’ll get what he deserves.

    Glorify him all you want he’s a spy.

  26. I don’t believe government, corporations and their media – that makes me a ‘conspiracy theorist’

    No, seeing the hidden hand in everything and promoting and propagating every bonkers speculation and cuckoo conjecture available is what makes you a conspiracy theorist.

    As for Epstein:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-50480172

    Two fall guy patsies, no doubt.

  27. O/T cos pat won’t post my threads

    paul et al
    have you marked the difference between lead counsel in the impeachment
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/steve-castor-and-daniel-goldman-meet-the-inquisitors-about-to-rule-the-impeachment-hearing
    Daniel Goldman is brilliant, terrfying in a good way
    Castor is struggling as he’s no good facts to use

    but the highlight is Jim Jorden , as Nunes is just a complete dickhead
    Jim Jorden might as well be auditioning for The Joker movie, guys a clown
    Be good to have a thread on the personalities in this impeachemnt
    we’re getting a rare window into some of the top people in the country inc witness’s
    won’t hold my breath though 🙁

  28. what threads….. did you send me something?