On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, Pamela Anderson went to the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and visited with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Later that evening, Wikileaks sent out a tweet that Assange had his internet access cut off by a “state party.” It later confirmed that the party in question was Ecuador that severed his access after WikiLeaks released the Holy Grail of the 2016 election: Hillary Clinton’s Goldman Sachs speech transcripts.
On Monday, Ecuador tweeted its commitment to protecting Assange, despite cutting him off from his only means of communication with the outside world. In an even more bizarre turn of events, former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson visited Assange at the embassy, bringing him a vegan lunch and a book by British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. Anderson later told the U.K. Press Association that she supports Assange and that she was concerned about his family and well-being, according to Time.
On Reddit’s r/Conspiracy community, folks claimed to have seen a Gulf Stream jet taking off from London late Saturday afternoon. This particular plane is said to be used by the United States government for CIA operations. The speculation then, is that the on the orders of the White House, the CIA performed some kind of operation against Julian Assange, either killing him, kidnapping him, or attempting to get him.
If this were the case, Pamela Anderson could have been a prop sent to him to create a vulnerability somehow. The timeline fits, but of course, no one save Anderson and Assange, and the U.S. government, knows the truth.
Reddit users followed the flight using FlightRadar24 (which went down for a period of time) and tracked the aircraft landing in Raleigh, North Carolina. Both Clinton and Trump were in the state campaigning on Sunday, the day the flight landed. The area is also a hotspot for banking operations, as well as a hub for political and military activity.
What we do know is the timeline, what events happened, and in what order, and it all leads to some really coincidental activities that could be interpreted as the United States working to silence Julian Assange in an attempt to prevent any more WikiLeaks releases. Killing him would not be far fetched, as RT has reported that Hillary Clinton allegedly once suggested droning him during a meeting.
- On Saturday morning, WikiLeaks released more Podesta Emails, including Clinton’s Goldman Sachs speeches
- Pamela Anderson then visited him, bringing him a vegan lunch and a book.
- WikiLeaks then tweeted three cryptic messages containing 64-character codes causing people to assume they were the dead-man’s switch (they actually file identifier hashes).
- Later that day, WikiLeaks tweeted that a state party had severed Julian Assange’s internet.
- A Gulfstream V aircraft took off from London after Julian Assange’s internet outage. The plane allegedly is the same one known as the “Guantanamo Express.”
- Monday morning, the Ecuadorian Embassy in London tweeted its continuing support and protection of Assange.
United Press International reports that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was in London on Saturday to promote peace talks regarding Syria, which could have implications with U.S. relations with Russia. Was there another reason the Secretary of State went there?
On Twitter, conservative political commentator and author Roger Stone alleged that Kerry had threatened “grave consequences” to Ecuador if they continued to shelter Assange.
That assertion appears to be backed up by a 2012 article from The Guardian, which reported a letter from the British embassy in Quito and the Ecuadorian government.
“You need to be aware that there is a legal base in the UK, the Diplomatic and Consular Premises Act 1987, that would allow us to take actions in order to arrest Mr. Assange in the current premises of the embassy.
We sincerely hope that we do not reach that point, but if you are not capable of resolving this matter of Mr. Assange’s presence in your premises, this is an open option for us.”
Moreover, in 2014, Bloomberg reported that Ecuador transferred more than half of its gold reserves to none other than Goldman Sachs for three years in exchange for more monetary liquidity. Ecuador uses the U.S. dollar as its system of currency, which makes its stubborn resistance to the United States’ government demands to hand over Julian Assange all the more intriguing.
It has been more than two years since the South American nation transferred its gold to banks, which means in less than one year, its three-year agreement is up unless they extend it. It is interesting that Goldman Sachs seems to be a very big, very looming figure in the 2016 election, and WikiLeaks has exposed damaging information. So the question is, did Kerry or Goldman Sachs threaten to retain Ecuador’s gold, thereby financially crippling the small country if they did not take some form of action against WikiLeaks and Julian Assange?
The official reason that authorities have given for cutting off Julian Assange, and thereby forcing WikiLeaks to go into contingency mode, is the accusation that he was grooming a minor in the Bahamas for a sexual encounter. The accusation does not make any sense at all when you look at it objectively. This is a man who has been stuck in a small room running WikiLeaks for four years with nowhere to go. He’s certainly not going to the Bahamas, and he wouldn’t be receiving underaged visitors, either.
At this point, I am wary of any report any government agency puts out since the web of intrigue surrounding the Clinton emails, WikiLeaks, and Russia seems to be growing by the day.
This is the stuff that Hollywood movies are made out of. Even if the wild and outrageous conspiracy theories are not true, the thousands of WikiLeaks emails Julian Assange has released show a United States government that is guilty of colluding with the mainstream media, Hillary Clinton, and large corporations while controlling the narrative it wants.
At least Julian got to meet Pam Anderson. It’s too bad about the vegan sandwich, though.
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