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anti-nucleaRist bloG #245/ 13 Apr 2019: Get Rid americam-Plutocracy Military Bases We Needing Alien Civilization

anti-nucleaRist bloG #245/ 13 Apr 2019

Get Rid americam-Plutocracy Military Bases We Needing Alien Civilization


There Is a way and a weigh-in to find advancement. Forward w advanced civilizations, appear in Holywood’s dReamscape fantasy of filmmaking and decadence equal two, not one. The following is the gist of the proceeding before and after Julian Assange arrest, from embassy in London UK. How can we-People be rid of Technocracy and how can we-People be rid the system of Plutocracy? Easy. We do that by comparing notes on each, as that is called Ecosocialism. Ecology and socialism is american-Socialism, very easy and not an anarcho-Syndicalist malaise nor misperception—of anarchyism and of anarchists-Riotous: disorder.          “R”


“Its spokeswoman Nicole Oxman said

“I can confirm that Julian Assange was arrested in relation to a provisional extradition request from the United States of America.”

Britain complied, unjustly arresting Assange with intent to hand him over to US authorities – to be detained and prosecuted on one fabricated count, calling for imprisonment for up to five years if convicted.

Once in US custody, he could be indicted on more serious charges, similar to ones against Chelsea Manning. Unjustly prosecuted and convicted, Obama commuted her politicized 35-year sentence at the 11th hour before leaving office.

The fabricated charge against Assange is for “Conspiracy to Commit Computer Intrusion,” according to an unsealed indictment, dated March 6, 2018, stating the following Big Lies, not a shred of credible evidence supporting them:

Assange “publicly solicited submissions of classified, censored, and other restricted information (sic).”

He “was not authorized to receive classified information (sic) of the United States.”

Fact: Assange is an investigative journalist/whistleblower, publishing material supplied by sources believed to be credible, unidentified for their protection.

WikiLeaks is not an intelligence operation. Nor it it connected to Russia or any other country. Claims otherwise are fabricated.

Assange earlier explained that WikiLeaks has the right “to publish newsworthy content. Consistent with the US Constitution, we publish material that we can confirm to be true,” he explained.

Everyone in the US has the same right, what the First Amendment is all about, affirming speech and press freedoms – the most fundamental of all democratic rights bipartisan hardliners in Washington want compromised and eliminated.

Obama prosecuted more whistleblowers exposing US wrongdoing than all his predecessors combined. Trump likely aims to match or exceed him.


Whistleblowers revealing government wrongdoing deserve high praise, not police state prosecution. Manning revealed important information everyone has a right to know, including:

the collateral murder video, exposing the killing of unarmed Iraqi civilians by a US Apache helicopter crew;

the Afghan War Diary, revealing uninvestigated civilian casualties and private military contractor abuses;

the Iraq War Logs, revealing civilian casualties and uninvestigated reports of torture; along with

US diplomatic cables, explaining corporate interests and espionage in international diplomacy.

For heroism above and beyond the call of duty, she received numerous honors and awards, including three Nobel Peace Prize nominations.

The Trump Regime Secretly Indicts Assange for the Crime of Truth-Telling

Subjected to appalling affronts to her dignity and fundamental rights, she was tortured and imprisoned for nearly seven years for political reasons, her First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eight Amendment rights violated.

She’s again been detained since March 8 for refusing to give grand jury testimony, her constitutional right, unwilling to respond to unjust questioning, refusing to say anything detrimental to Assange’s fundamental rights and her own.

She, Assange, and countless others are victims of US judicial unfairness, denied their fundamental habeas, due process, and equal protection under law rights.


The US indictment against Assange includes other fabricated claims – nothing backed by credible evidence, nothing suggesting wrongdoing.

Prosecuting him, Manning and other whistleblowers is all about wanting US crimes of war, against humanity, and other wrongdoing suppressed – along with intimidating others with damning information to remain silent.

Assange’s indictment lied saying he “did knowingly and intentionally combine, conspire, confederate and agree with other co-conspirators known and unknown to the grand jury to commit an offense against the United States.”

He published information about US government wrongdoing everyone everywhere has a right to know – his action entirely lawful, warranting high praise, not prosecution.

No Assange/Manning “conspiracy” occurred, nothing unrelated to what journalism the way it’s supposed to be is all about – truth-telling on vital issues the highest journalistic obligation and distinction.

In Westminster magistrates court on Thursday, Assange pled “not guilty” to charges against him. He was pronounced guilty of breaching bail conditions, sentenced to a maximum 12 months in prison after failing to testify before the court.

According to the judge, the US must present documentation for extradition of Assange by June 12. Outside the magistrates court, his lawyer Jennifer Robinson said his arrest sets a “dangerous precedent  for all journalist and media organizations in Europe and around the world,” adding:

“This precedent means that any journalist can be extradited for prosecution in the United States for having published truthful information about the United States.”


“Since 2010, we’ve warned that Julian Assange would face prosecution and extradition to the United States for his publishing activities on WikiLeaks. Unfortunately today we’ve been proven right.”

According to Robinson and WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson, his defense team intends to contest the Trump regime’s extradition order in an international human rights court – likely referring to the European Court of Human Rights or European Court of Justice, the highest EU court.

If Assange is extradited to the US, he’ll be harshly mistreated and imprisoned, perhaps never again to be free, maybe eliminated behind bars by torture or other abusive treatment.

That’s what police state injustice is all about, how the US, UK, and other fantasy democracies operate – by their own rules exclusively, breaching fundamental international laws repeatedly.

Note: Video images of Assange when arrested and at magistrates court showed him looking frail, haggard, and likely in poor health – the ill effects of being a virtual prisoner inside the Ecuadorian embassy since August 2012.


RT UK said he was forcibly carried out of the embassy, reportedly shouting “RESIST.”

“The “UK has no civility,” and “the UK must resist” before being whisked into a police van and taken away.

Following a three-day October 2017 medical assessment by Drs. Sondra Crosby, Brock Chisholm and Sean Love, they wrote the following in a London Guardian article, saying:


“(O)ur assessment reveals that he has had no access to sunlight, appropriate ventilation or outside space for over five and a half years. This has taken a considerable physical as well as psychological toll.”

Given his frailty and poor health, his life will be seriously jeopardized if imprisoned longterm – what he surely faces if handed over to US authorities.

A Final Comment

Former UK ambassador, historian, human rights activist Craig Murray slammed the police state arrest of Julian Assange on Thursday, saying:

“District Judge Michael Snow is a disgrace to the bench who deserves to be infamous well beyond his death.”

“He displayed the most plain and open prejudice against Assange in the 15 minutes it took for him to hear the case and declare Assange guilty, in a fashion which makes the dictators’ courts I had witnessed, in Babangida’s Nigeria or Karimov’s Uzbekistan…a gross charade of” injustice.

“The whole team, including Julian, is energized rather than downhearted. At last there is no more hiding for the pretend liberals behind ludicrous Swedish allegations or bail jumping allegations, and the true motive – revenge for the Chelsea Manning revelations – is now completely in the open.”…”


“USA v. Julian Assange: DOJ Indictment on Phony Charge Revealed”

by Stephen Lendman Global Research, April 12, 2019




The murderings are masse` genocide of people of and reared upon this one-Planet! They are deceitful bad-Tidings for our collective “genetic-Codes of RNA, as much as individual-DNA. Wem the people ought not be sooo dumb, as they are psycho-paths beneath the surfaces, and are masked “Oligarchic-Needs” or they are actually that and masked, too! This plutocracy cannot be elementus. The arcane death-Squads as per invasions for empire, in other words, are done in various means of non-Defense, which makes no sense in normal ‘societal-Development’!          “R”


“Update on the Murder of Gauri Lankesh

In FTR #990, we highlighted the assassination of investigative reporter Gauri Lankesh. We also noted the irony in Pierre Omidyar evolving into an icon of investigative reporting by virtue of his launching of “The Intercept,” when he helped elect Narendra Modi and helped to install the OUN/B successor organizations in power in Ukraine. Both regimes have manifested lethal hostility to investigative journalists and political activists. In an update on Lankesh’s killing, we note that her murder occurs in the context of unprecedented pressure on, and itimidation of, the media by the Hindutva fascist regime of Narendra Modi. ” . . . . Since he took office in 2014, Modi has not held a single news conference in India. Among B.J.P. politicians, a popular term for journalists is “presstitutes.’ A dispatch on Indian journalism last year by the Committee to Protect Journalists described an unprecedented climate of self-censorship and fear, reporting, ‘The media is in the worst state India has ever seen.’ . . . . In these circumstances, Lankesh’s audacity and integrity were all the more notable. And her murder has deepened the chill. . . . Jignesh Mevani, a legislator and an activist from Gujarat, fears that if the B.J.P. is re-elected, its extremist supporters will be emboldened. ‘Every year they will kill 10 to 15 of our kind of people and put 10 to 15 of our kind of people in jail,’ he told me at a July meeting in Bangalore in Lankesh’s honor. ‘So by the time they are in power for a decade, the major faces of the progressive civil rights movements of this country will be gone.’ Lankesh’s murder seemed to fit what was by then an unmistakable pattern of assassinations of intellectuals who opposed the fundamentalist-Hindu ideology that animates the B.J.P., all of which remained unsolved. Between 2013 and 2015, three religiously freethinking Indian writers and activists were shot dead near their homes by assailants who escaped on motorcycles: the doctor Narendra Dabholkar, in Pune; the politician Govind Pansare, in Kolhapur; and the scholar M.M. Kalburgi, in Dharwad. After Kalburgi’s murder, scores of Indian writers returned their awards from the National Academy of Letters to protest both the lack of progress in the murder investigations and the B.J.P.’s silence over rising intolerance, to no effect. There was much anxious speculation over who might be the next writer to die. . . .”


After much delay, Hindutva fascists have been arrested in connection with Lankesh’s killing: ” . . . . in May, the Karnataka Police’s special investigation team filed a charge sheet against a Hindutva activist named K.T. Naveen Kumar, running to some 650 pages and accusing him of criminal conspiracy, among other things. Fifteen more suspects have been arrested and charged in the months since then . . . . According to the police, forensics indicated that the gun that killed Lankesh was potentially also used in two of the three other unsolved assassinations that seemed to fit the same pattern. The police suspect that the accused are part of an apparently nameless, multistate right-wing assassination network with at least 60 members. Many of the accused have connections with a small, secretive Hindutva group called the Sanatan Sanstha, members of which have previously been arrested as suspects in four separate bombings of public places. . . . Perhaps the most extraordinary discovery the police have made in their investigation of Lankesh’s murder is a detailed diary recovered from the home of a leading suspect. In it were two lists, ostensibly of people the conspirators wanted dead, reportedly including Veerabhadra Chennamalla, a liberal-minded Hindu priest, and K.S. Bhagavan, an outspokenly atheist Shakespeare scholar. First on one of the lists was Girish Karnad, who is perhaps the greatest living Kannada playwright. All have been particularly forthright in their criticism of Hindutva. Second on one list was Lankesh. In the months since she was shot, some of her friends and colleagues have grown more cautious about what they write and say and post to social media, even as this year’s unusually fraught and uncertain Election Day approaches. . . . .” Read more » “


Update on the Murder of Gauri Lankesh spitfire list by Dave Emory




TMI releases happened in 1977. I went there and camped ten-miles close to decipher the riverine Ecology. As any bRidge, and any foundation of metal-Buildings, as any coniferous-tRee towering maturity roots structure, those all change or adapt w subsidances. My “nucleaRism” pRotests happened all around this nation-State, in Canada, in Europe and those nucleaR-moleculaR facilities, in US.S.R. at all those wastelands and at Vladimir Lenin NPP, Chernobyl: 1981, because bRotheRs in peace, does not necessitate hegemonyites-in-aRms. This does mean that peace is always attainable but that in gratitude for being polite social-gRace, should not be mal-tReated w disgraceful rudeness excesses as well as negating response, other than token-Awareness.          “R”


“Following more than a decade of research indicating negative ecological impacts of low dose radiation, a new study points to reduced success in breeding among a type of rodent living in contaminated areas of Chernobyl. The more radiation, the greater the impact; and what would be normal interactions with the natural ecology can make this impact even worse, which is why lab experiments can’t replicate it fully. These impacts “can lead to significant consequences for individuals, populations, and likely even entire ecosystems.”

Such revelations bode poorly for people who might resettle in areas contaminated by radiological catastrophes. Discovering what happens to people in these areas has been made more difficult because whole databases of radiation doses to humans have gone missing and research has focused mostly on catastrophic impacts rather than more subtle impacts. This is according to a new book “Manual for Survival: A Chernobyl Guide to the Future” by Kate Brown, interviewed on Nuclear Hotseat. Brown also reasons that before we think of using nuclear technology to address climate change, we need to figure out what radiation exposure from nuclear weapons and power has already done to our health.”


“Beyond Nuclear”





The world has been handed “the abandonment” of reporting.  Julian Assange as founder of WikiLeaks run by others of his website organization. Where are the credible people? Jeremy Corbyn is consummately “a tepid voice” w.o. real extrapolation. His enumeration was almost haughty, quite ‘too-shallow’. The collateral-Damage video was really merely the start of gRaphics, as we-People already knew had murderous the US: military-Hegemony had pushed from neo-con’s onto “directed-energy abuses”? The past 41 years of benign wArs-wArring supporting destabilization to build-up bases is not anathema, but heinous “fascism”. Otherwise the one-Party: parody-System of u.s.a. is fit and retried for paradigm, but remains paradox to actually substantiating defense swell as “democracy-Purposeful” w or w.o. excesses of wArs-wArring for capitalist-Gains while total-Abandonment of contaminations brought us about facing CME’s and planet: UN-defended.         “R”


“WikiLeaks publications based on the Manning leak, especially the so-called “collateral murder” video, dealt a massive blow to US attempts to cover up the “homicidal nature of its colonial wars,” Pilger said.

“Anybody watching that video really has to read very little else of the WikiLeaks revelations about the nature of the American wars, because there it is. There is some kind of consensual belief – I’m trying to figure for a polite term for ‘brainwashing,’ frankly – that we don’t do these kinds of things, we perpetually benign,” he explained.

On ‘our’ side, these things simply do not happen… They are only done by totalitarian states, the rogue states. In fact clearly the biggest rogue state of all is the United States.

Pilger says the attack on WikiLeaks is emblematic for the current state or journalism in the West, which has betrayed its mandate to be the public’s watchdog for the actions of their governments.

“We’ve handed a whole world of abandonment of basic democracy, which is based on dissent, on challenging, on holding power to account, on revelation, on the embarrassment of power. Not trivial embarrassment, the embarrassment of odd celebrity, but real embarrassment. And WikiLeaks provided that public service of journalism,” he said.”


Vested interests eat your heart o-u-t. The calling of insubordinate lies-for-pRpaganda has been deceit by georges-Enron admin, as he and chaingang-Dickie again and again focused on the agenda of belligerence for oil-Moronism. How many millions of Iras people were refugees? Why was there no count by U.N. or other agencies? Were there worthy estimate? Was that illegal-Invasion the precursor to all the other “seven countries to invade” worthy of sidestep connote for intel-Gence to get larger and more moribundly into fecund high-strung electronics eaves-dropping or not. Was NSDU-238 usage the covetous for coverups known as “dirty lil Ace”?        “R”


“If we lose WikiLeaks, we lose a whole stratum of freedom — Pilger”

pub. 13 Apr, 2019 11:04 Edited time: 15 Apr, 2019 09:09




Wasn’t long ago, that the a-Hole Ohh-bom-bah-bin-dingy was allowing himself to bomb via drones “weddings taking place” because those were gatherings of people who believed in their Yemen geography, w.o. every minute concern of geo-Politics, especially those of the rogue-Empire. Ohh-bom-bah-bin-dingy, the oligarch, afro-Amer, who was elected thRu support of the nuclear-Corporates, who run four NPP’s in Illinois, who were retrofitted for Chicago-Machine, who donated to elect Ohh-bom-bah-bin-dinGy. Not that neo-Liberalist Banking did not help him as these coRpoRations had helped to elct geoRges Enron. We should have had to answer to this “monetary-Collusion” much, much beforehand, when asked appropriately by all newscasters, including bloggers and internet news outlets!            “R”


“GREG WILPERT: So we just saw a brief clip of President Moreno’s explanation for why he decided to allow British police to arrest Assange in the Ecuadorian Embassy. And in the full clip he goes into more detail, where he accused Assange of having disrespected the embassy personnel, that he was spying on the embassy itself, and that he was intervening in the internal affairs of other countries. What do you make of Moreno’s explanation, and what do you think is behind the decision to surrender him?

GUILLAUME LONG: I think the explanations given by the president himself–you look at the whole video and the explanations over the last few days, it’s striking he’s quite disheveled, and quite incoherent.

I think there are two main explanations for Ecuador’s revoking asylum and what we saw yesterday with the arrest of Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian Embassy. The first is clearly Lenin Moreno’s realignment with the United States. There’s been a dramatic change since May 2017, since Moreno came to power, in terms of Ecuador’s foreign policy. Its real, strong, sort of unambiguous alignment with the Trump administration. And you’re seeing changes with regards to his policy towards Venezuela. You’re seeing Ecuador sort of getting out of UNASUR, despite the fact that it’s UNASUR headquarters. You’re seeing almost issues with Chevron Texaco, which is a big issue for Ecuador, and the contamination of the Amazon where it puts them in a very strong position. You’re seeing the Moreno administration moving very close to the U.S. position and going back into the U.S. sphere of influence, and sort of abiding to what is now officially the rebirth of the Monroe Doctrine.


That’s one set of reasons. And the recent allegations of the New York Times that the IMF loan had been conditioned–just below $4 billion, or a little bit over $4 billion IMF loan, agreen between the IMF and Ecuador–was agreed by the United States upon sort of handing over Julian Assange. That’s the one set of the–the first reason. The second reason, I think, is a more sort of personal, I would say even vindictive, reason. Moreno is facing some very serious corruption allegations. They just discovered two bank accounts, one in Belize, one in Panama, held by his brother, where it appears that there have been bribes deposited on those bank accounts. And then money spent by Moreno himself in various parts of the world, including in Spain, where he appears to have bought an apartment.

These are very serious allegations. And recently there was a massive leak. The whole scandal in Ecuador is called the INA Papers, because the offshore company is called INA Investment. And this leak showed through all sorts of leaked emails and chats and all sorts of things, sort of gave more proof and more credence to the accusation, to the corruption scandal. Now, in recent days WikiLeaks tweeted about the INA Papers. I don’t think WikiLeaks is necessarily–I don’t have any information. But knowing WikiLeaks and knowing the way they present their information, WikiLeaks doesn’t appear to be the source of these INA Papers materials. But they tweeted about it and made it sort of even more prominent globally, if you’d like. So I think it’s actually sheer vengeance. You know, it’s a personal thing on behalf of Moreno. And when you hear his sort of reasons that he gives and he talks about this, you can really see that there’s a personal grievance. I think that’s very serious, and it’s very sad, indeed, if this personal grievance put an end to an asylum that was a matter of state and a matter of international law.”


“Ecuadorian President’s Motives for Surrendering Assange: Vengeance & IMF Loan?”

trnn April 12, 2019


surreptitions of the inordinate kinds, the peace-Warrior


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Bio-sketch (2-27-16)…

I started into believing that I would be able to show my data and my photogRapHics in 1996. By 1998 I was learning computers would gain ascendant methods thru technics of programming for a future connected to data and information. That was nuclear-Molecular finding(s) to share and my personal-Activism w first account specifics and engendering(s).

As cameras went 'digital-Tech' I fond that editing was also to follow in 2004. Then, in 2005 my first digital camera had replaced usage(s) of s.l.r. 35 mm's. I have no mercy nor pity for the thieves who have stolen my hard werk, as anxiety of what I allowed was mid-stReam--anyway! Those asshole-Pukes have cost me $1,000's on a fixed income and I remain single, sole-Survivor of two-Families w.o. offspring!

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