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Day 1617: Julian Assange still in prison and under slow-motion execution by the Anglo-American imperialist criminals

 
On 11 April 2019, the Ecuadorian government of traitor Lenin Moreno, invited the Metropolitan Police into the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and they arrested Julian Assange. Since then, Assange is kept in Belmarsh high security prison in London, without actual charges.
 
The real reason world's number one political prisoner is still kept in this high security prison, is because he exposed horrendous war crimes carried out by the US imperialists and their allies.
 
The ruthless Western imperialist regime wants to punish the No1 real journalist in the world and make him an example for any Whistleblower or real journalist who will attempt to expose its big crimes in the future.
 
And the Anglo-American axis has now become officially a fascist coalition, framed by the rest of its Western pets.

UK's Home Secretary Priti Patel, one of the most ruthless ever, decided to extradite Julian Assange to US. No surprise of course. The only question we had in mind is "what took her so long?" And the only answer we can think of, is the fear of an angry public response by Assange's supporters and ordinary people. And we should hope for that, during the time of the battle (and beyond) against that preposterous decision.
 
That Assange, who is in precarious physical and psychological health and who suffered a stroke during court video proceedings, has been condemned to death should not come as a surprise. The ten years he has been detained, seven in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and three in the high security Belmarsh prison, were accompanied with a lack of sunlight and exercise and unrelenting threats, pressure, anxiety and stress.   

His steady physical and psychological deterioration has led to hallucinations and depression. He takes antidepressant medication and the antipsychotic quetiapine. He has been observed pacing his cell until he collapses, punching himself in the face and banging his head against the wall. He has spent weeks in the medical wing of Belmarsh. Prison authorities found “half of a razor blade” hidden under his socks. He has repeatedly called the suicide hotline run by the Samaritans because he thought about killing himself “hundreds of times a day.” 
 
The executioners have not yet completed their grim work. 

Therefore, if you seek something to measure the decline of liberal Democracy in our days, the Julian Assange case will help you a lot.

And it's most amazing that in the era of information overflow (with plenty of means available to transfer it almost instantly in every corner of the planet), there are still many people who are unaware of the Assange case.

A potential Assange extradition will essentially mark the end of Press Freedom and Freedom of Speech. From the moment Assange will be put on a plane to be delivered to the US, we will reach the point of no return concerning these two fundamental concepts for Democracy as we know it in the West. From then, we could undoubtedly officially declare the beginning of Western post-Democracy.

And that's because after that, no journalist in the world will be protected against the US imperialist empire or any other state that will seek to bury its horrendous crimes.

The illiberal establishment put a lot of energy to downplay the Assange case, trying to almost hide it from the big audiences. Yet, the persistence of some people (among them some famous names) to protest and make speeches to make the Assange case known to the broader public, is something that annoys the establishment.
 
The only thing that stands between the ruthless imperialists and their plans to exterminate Julian Assange are those people protesting against his extradition to the US. Which means that more and more people should join the fight until full drop of charges against Julian Assange and his release.
 
So, until then, we should make sure that the clear message will reach the power centers of the worst liberal establishment ever: if you commit another big crime by assassinating Julian Assange in any way, get ready for a non-linear, all-out war by millions of free thinkers around the world.

Free Assange now! Otherwise, the consequences for your authoritarian, brutal system will be incalculable.

 
A UK court has refused a US extradition request for WikiLeaks founder Julian  Assange. What happens now? - ABC News
 

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