By Jerry Alatalo
“Persecution is the first law of society because it is always easier to suppress criticism than to meet it.”
– HOWARD MUMFORD JONES (1892-1980) American writer
ournalist Julian Assange remains silenced in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London while charged with no crime. He has been a prisoner there for more than six years. One might say Julian Assange is being unjustly crucified in front of the world.
Head of the Internet Party of New Zealand Suzie Dawson’s 3-hour interview on “Ramola D Reports” at YouTube (from January) might qualify as the most important internet interview of 2018. Her support of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks made her a target of Western intelligence agencies along with Internet Party founder and fellow New Zealander Kim Dotcom – targeted with other supporters of Julian Assange around the Earth – in an irrational process where activists simply wishing to create a better world through education of citizens become treated as terrorists.
Suzie Dawson’s initial impetus for becoming more active came when she, along with millions of people around the world, became very excited about the potential good that might come from the 2011 Occupy Movement in the United States, only to find herself disappointed and wondering how such a momentous, historic event received zero coverage from corporate media outlets. She asked herself, if such a massive and thunderous event in New York City is met by total silence from mainstream media, “what else aren’t they reporting on?”
Two words are used by Ms. Lawson to describe her set of reasons for becoming more and more determined and active over the months and years since Occupy in 2011: “Righteous indignation”. Her experience and the experiences of other so-called whistleblowers such as Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, William Binney, Mark Weibe and many more make clear the real risks involved for anyone – unless and until major positive change dependent on greater/increased awareness occurs – willing to get involved with sharing disturbing, deep, long-secreted government-military facts in the widest manner possible.
In addition to ending any further debate on the authenticity of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange through planted disinformation and smears such as “Julian Assange never mentions Israel”, “WikiLeaks denies 9/11 truth”, “Assange is a C.I.A. plant … limited hangout” etc., she also defeats through internet examples and argument the same style of smear campaign run against Edward Snowden. Suzie Dawson suggests simply going to the WikiLeaks website, typing “Israel” and “9/11” in the search box, pressing “enter”, and seeing the tens of thousands of (100% factual, verified, original) documents on Israel and 9/11 to understand the massive disinformation efforts perpetrated against Julian Assange.
“The militaries run the world … WikiLeaks supports whistleblowers facing life-and-death situations, therefore we must save Julian Assange … Julian Assange saved Edward Snowden’s life … WikiLeaks is the #1 target of Western intelligence agencies.”
The host of this amazing interview, “Ramola D”, deals with targeted individuals, directed energy weaponry and silent punishment of dissidents and/or whistleblowers (or random “test” subjects), a topic which has been somewhat controversial because of (thus far) limited research due to its relatively recent emergence. Suzie Dawson accepted the invitation for an interview with Ramola D because she wanted to share WikiLeaks information on the approximate 2014 introduction, global sales and marketing of directed energy and electronic weapons, classified as “electronic warfare” or “non-lethal weapons”. Ms. Dawson took this interview in part as an action to support targeted individuals who often become labeled as suffering from mental illness.
WikiLeaks has 10,000,000 (ten million) documents, and Suzie Dawson’s essential message is that people need only spend time at the website searching, finding and reading the massive storehouse of information “just sitting there”. She has the same message with respect to the Edward Snowden files.
Suzie Dawson and Elizabeth Vos of Disobedient Media hosted over 10-hours of interviews/statements of support during early June called “Unity4J” (Unity for Julian Assange). The organized effort was an Online Vigil calling for Julian Assange’s freedom featuring Cynthia McKinney, Caitlin Johnstone, Vivian Kubrick, Cassandra Fairbanks, William Craddick, Marc Crispin Miller, Jimmy Dore, Lee Camp, Lee Stranahan, Kevin Zeese, Mark Sleboda, Dmitri Babich, Jack Posobiec, Ciaron O’Reilley, Peter Lavelle, Kim Dotcom, Ross Cameron, Greg Barns, H.A. Goodman, Niko House, Graham Elwood … and found here.
Free Julian Assange.
(Thank you to Ramola D Reports – YouTube | Length: 2 hours, 59 minutes)