Jason van Tol, Myocum
As with any issue, addressing the facts is essential. Because of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, you can, right now, go to wikileaks.org and read authentic CIA documents in the Vault 7 leaks that detail how that agency can hack into your computer, with considerable sophistication, to spy on you.
Because of WikiLeaks we also know that while secretary of state Hilory Clinton made the largest arms deal in history to the Saudi and Qatari governments, while knowing that they were supporting ISIS, which should be considered treason.
These are just a couple of factual drops in the sea of highly illegal, unethical, and scandalous activity exposed by WikiLeaks that everyone ought to know about. The problem, however, is that power doesn’t want you to go to wikileaks.org and read about its crimes; it would prefer to operate in the dark.
This is what Assange’s recent arrest at the Ecuadorean Embassy, itself in violation of international law, is all about, but you won’t read that in the mainstream media. Instead you’ll be distracted by discussions of his cat, his personality etc.
‘First they came for the socialists, but I did not speak out…then they came for me.’ Sound familiar?