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Free Julian Assange!!!

He exposed Jewry lies and raped the fake truths the Jewry settled.

#Holocaust Is A Six Million Lies Against Humanity.
Jews there and Jews this. Well at least they created technology, medecines and advancement. What did the other created ? Nothing and riding on technology created by the Jews.

So even if Jews are scammers well the good stuffs they provided to the world are 100000 better than the bad stuffs.

Some are used to begging, planting potatoes, work in South as Shepards and steal the rest of the time. Other are busy innovating.

Y’a 3ame we are not even able to export your Hasish while the Israelis are already making billions out of it through medical activities. Kello 7ake bala ta3me
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
Jews there and Jews this. Well at least they created technology, medecines and advancement. What did the other created ? Nothing and riding on technology created by the Jews.

So even if Jews are scammers well the good stuffs they provided to the world are 100000 better than the bad stuffs.

Some are used to begging, planting potatoes, work in South as Shepards and steal the rest of the time. Other are busy innovating.

Y’a 3ame we are not even able to export your Hasish while the Israelis are already making billions out of it through medical activities. Kello 7ake bala ta3me

I live rent free in @agnostic's head. Such is my Jewry power.
 

agnostic

Legendary Member
Jews there and Jews this. Well at least they created technology, medecines and advancement. What did the other created ? Nothing and riding on technology created by the Jews.

So even if Jews are scammers well the good stuffs they provided to the world are 100000 better than the bad stuffs.

Some are used to begging, planting potatoes, work in South as Shepards and steal the rest of the time. Other are busy innovating.

Y’a 3ame we are not even able to export your Hasish while the Israelis are already making billions out of it through medical activities. Kello 7ake bala ta3me

The topic is about Julian Assange, but as always some Marnoushes can't help themselves but jump like barking dogs jumping to defend their Masters.

#Why Can't You Apply What You Preach And Stay Aside?
 

agnostic

Legendary Member
Well, Iran is much bigger than I am.
Besides, Iran does not live rent free in Israel's head, Iran pays for it dearly.

Jewr gloating for killing Shias reminds me this story about a Jewish soldier that his mother kept repeating to him while going to the front war: "sleep well, eat well, kill well". And when her son told her: "but what if the enemy kills me", she reacted "why should they do that you did nothing wrong".

#Jew Not Worry. We Followers Of Ali Never Forget* And Always Honor Our Debts.

* even 1400 years later.
 

Viral

Active Member
MBS assassinates journalist Jamal Khashoggi and remaining on his thrown respected on top of the World.
Assange exposes war crimes against humanity and his fate becomes as grim Khashoggi’s…
Makes us wonder what power is in control of the leader of democracy and free World setting the rules and standards…
 

Viral

Active Member
Trump must pardon Snowden & Assange for helping expose ‘deep state,’ says Tulsi Gabbard amid chorus against war on whistleblowers — RT USA News

Trump must pardon Snowden & Assange for helping expose ‘deep state,’ says Tulsi Gabbard amid chorus against war on whistleblowers​

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Outgoing Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has urged President Donald Trump to issue pardons for Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, echoing growing calls to absolve whistleblowers who helped to “expose” the US “deep state.”
“Since you're giving pardons to people, please consider pardoning those who, at great personal sacrifice, exposed the deception and criminality of those in the deep state,” Gabbard said in a tweet addressed to the president on Thursday, referring to Snowden and Assange.

The request comes less than a day after Trump granted a pardon for former national security adviser Michael Flynn. His case became a central plank in the Trump-Russia “collusion” narrative after he was accused of misleading investigators about contacts with a Russian diplomat following Trump’s election win in 2016. While the Justice Department moved to have the case thrown out, citing misconduct in the FBI’s probe, a federal judge resisted that effort, prompting the president to intervene on Wednesday.
Gabbard, who’s set to leave office at the end of her congressional term, previously introduced a resolution alongside GOP lawmaker Matt Gaetz (Florida) urging the government to drop its charges against Snowden – who was indicted under the World War I-era Espionage Act for his role in leaking classified material revealing illegal mass surveillance by the National Security Agency (NSA). Though the antiquated law was originally intended to prosecute foreign spies, it has been repeatedly wielded against journalists and whistleblowers.
ALSO ON RT.COMJournalist Glenn Greenwald slides ‘Pardon Snowden’ into Trump’s Twitter feed, gets a nod from fugitive whistleblower
Snowden himself weighed in later on Thursday, saying he had “seen more calls for pardon this year than in all others combined.”
No other issue in our time unites left, right, and center like the struggle to end governments' abuse of mass surveillance and secrecy.

The Libertarian Party echoed the message, noting that Kentucky Republican Thomas Massie has publicly backed the pardons as well, while journalist Glenn Greenwald argued that nothing would “shape Trump’s legacy” better than a reprieve for the two whistleblowers.


Snowden approached Greenwald after making off with a massive trove of classified documents in 2013 while working as an NSA subcontractor under Booz Allen Hamilton. Fearing prosecution, he fled the US, hoping to secure asylum in Latin America, but was stranded in Russia after his passport was revoked by US authorities. He has remained there since, where he has been granted permanent residency status after seven years in legal limbo.
Assange co-founded the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, which has published thousands of pages of secret documents from governments around the world, including material exposing US war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was slapped with a 17-count indictment by Trump’s DOJ last year, and was arrested by British authorities soon after. His extradition trial is still ongoing, facing nearly two centuries behind bars should he be found guilty in an American court.
ALSO ON RT.COM‘Seems to be a split decision’: Trump says he’ll take ‘a very good look’ at idea of pardoning Snowden
 

Viral

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Blackwater ‘war criminals,’ Russiagate ‘collateral victims’ & Congress ‘crooks’ among 15 pardons announced by Trump — RT USA News

Blackwater ‘war criminals,’ Russiagate ‘collateral victims’ & Congress ‘crooks’ among 15 pardons announced by Trump

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Two people caught up in ‘Russiagate’ investigations, three former members of Congress, and four Blackwater mercenaries convicted of killing Iraqi civilians have received pardons or commutations from US President Donald Trump.
Trump announced he would pardon 15 people and commute the sentences of five more on Tuesday evening, ahead of the Christmas holidays – the traditional time for presidential clemency in the US.

Among the full pardons are Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos and Dutch lawyer Alex Van Der Zwaan, both jailed for allegedly lying to the FBI by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors in the probe of Trump’s alleged ties to Russia, which found no evidence.
ALSO ON RT.COMSarah Palin joins calls to pardon Assange, condemns previous comments on WikiLeaks founder: ‘I made a mistake’
Former Republican lawmakers Chris Collins and Duncan Hunter, who pleaded guilty to insider trading and misuse of campaign funds, respectively, were given full pardons. Another, former Texas Congressman Steve Stockman, had his sentence for misuse of charitable funds commuted to time served, but still has to pay restitution.

Among the pardoned are four former contractors for Blackwater, a private military company, sentenced for killing Iraqi civilians in 2007’s Nisour Square Massacre in Baghdad. Nicholas Slatten, Paul Slough, Evan Liberty and Dustin Heard were pardoned at the urging of nine members of Congress and a former Army Airborne officer turned Fox News host.
Former Blackwater CEO Erik Prince is the brother of US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. He sold his stake in the company in 2010 following the controversy.
Last month, Trump pardoned General Michael Flynn, his first national security adviser hounded into resigning by false reports of improper contacts with Russians, later prosecuted by Mueller for allegedly lying to the FBI and dragged through the courts even after DOJ decided to drop the charges.
There have been growing calls for Trump to pardon WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Asange, currently awaiting extradition in London, as well as NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, but neither were named in Tuesday’s announcement.
 
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