New files expose Australian govt’s betrayal of Julian Assange and detail his prison torment

18 November 2021 — The Grayzone

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Documents provided exclusively to The Grayzone detail Canberra’s abandonment of Julian Assange, an Australian citizen, and provide shocking details of his prison suffering

Was the government of Australia aware of the US Central Intelligence Agency plot to assassinate Julian Assange, an Australian citizen and journalist arrested and now imprisoned under unrelentingly bleak, harsh conditions in the UK?

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Bloomberg CIA Apologia Accidentally Vindicates China’s Strict Domestic Policies

11 November 2021 — Caitlin Johnson

by Caitlin Johnstone

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In a new article promoting the CIA’s new mission center focused on China and the need to pour more resources into countering Beijing, Bloomberg also accidentally makes the case that many of the Chinese government’s controversial domestic policies are entirely justified and completely necessary.

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JOHN PILGER: Justice for Assange Is Justice for All

1 November, 2021 — Consortium News

In the land of Magna Carta this disgraceful case ought to have been hurled out of court long ago

Assange supporters march on Parliament, February 2020. (Joe Lauria)

By John Pilger
Special to Consortium News

When I first saw Julian Assange in Belmarsh prison, in 2019, shortly after he had been dragged from his refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy, he said, “I think I am losing my mind.”

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Listen: Uncovering the CIA: Whistleblower Philip Agee interviewed with John Marks (1976)

31 October, 2021 — 21st Century Wire

Philip Agee was a former Central Intelligence Agency officer who turned into one of the agency’s most vocal critics, and who exposed the inner workings of Unites States regime change and destablizations operations all over the world. During his nearly four decades in the intelligence game, Agee became disillusioned with his work for the agency, and later went on to publish numerous books including “Inside the Company: CIA Diary” (1975) which infuriated US officials after identifying some 250 officers, front companies and foreign agents working for the CIA. Agee passed away in Havana, Cuba in 2008. During his activist career, Agee inspired a new wave of publications including Covert Action Information Bulletin, as well as numerous films detailing the clandestine exploits of the American deep state. 

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‘Cloak and dagger’ military-intelligence outfit at center of US digital vaccine passport push

26 October 2021 — The Grayzone

Described as “the most important organization you’ve never heard of,” MITRE rakes in massive security state contracts to pioneer invasive spy tech. Now it’s at the heart of a campaign to implement digital vaccine passports.

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CIA & White House Sketched Plans to Kidnap or Kill Julian Assange!

27 September 2021 — Assange Defense

Julian Assange is trending again, and this time it’s because a major media outlet has exposed the CIA’s shocking ideas for how to silence him.

Yahoo! News interviewed more than 30 former U.S. officials and reported that the CIA and White House discussed various options for kidnapping or killing Julian Assange in London. We have a full breakdown of the story and reactions here.

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The British-American coup that ended Australian independence

 23 October 2014 — The Guardian

In 1975 prime minister Gough Whitlam, who has died this week, dared to try to assert his country’s autonomy. The CIA and MI6 made sure he paid the price

Gough Whitlam and Bob Hawke in 1972Prime minister Gough Whitlam watches ACTU president Bob Hawke drink beer from a yard glass Melbourne, Australia, 1972. Photograph: News Ltd/Newspix/REX

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Across the media and political establishment in Australia, a silence has descended on the memory of the great, reforming prime minister Gough Whitlam. His achievements are recognised, if grudgingly, his mistakes noted in false sorrow. But a critical reason for his extraordinary political demise will, they hope, be buried with him.

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Xinjiang Uyghur propaganda mirrors NATO’s Yugoslavia narratives

31 Aug 2021 — See You in 2020

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“The aim of propaganda was to split up Yugoslavia,” confessed former CIA agent Robert Baer in 2015. “I arrived in Sarajevo for the first time on the 12th of January 1991. I came by helicopter with three other agents. Our task was to observe Serbian terrorists who were supposed to attack the city. We got the information that there will be a number of terrorist attacks in the city due to the intention of B&H to withdraw from the former Yugoslavia. But that was a lie, our bosses had lied to us. Our primary task was to spread panic that there would be attacks among politicians.”

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