Why the Assange Case is Important
Updated July 1, 2012
These criticisms tell one more about the conventionality and herd instinct of British opinion-makers than they do about Assange. Ignored, in all this, is his achievement as founder of WikiLeaks in publishing U.S. government cables giving people across the world insight into how their governments really behave. Such public knowledge is the core of democracy because voters must be accurately informed if they are to be able to choose representatives to carry out their wishes.
Thanks to WikiLeaks, more information has become available about what the U.S. and allied states are doing and thinking than ever before...
State control of information and the ability to manipulate it makes the right to vote largely meaningless. That is why people like Julian Assange are so essential to democratic choice.
- "Patrick Cockburn: How Julian Assange's private life helped conceal the real triumph of WikiLeaks," The Independent (UK), July 1, 2012
The judgement in the British court that Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden is important. Sweden's case against Assange is, of course, completely contrived and was designed by scheming Swedish lawyers for only one reason: to bring Mr. Assange back to Sweden so that he can be sent on to the United States to face the wrath of the Zionist crimocracy.
To understand why the Assange case is important, I recommend reading the recent interview with John Pilger by Dagens Nyheter.
If Assange is sent to Sweden, there are basically two possible outcomes. One outcome would benefit Sweden, the other would be very detrimental to the image of the Scandinavian state.
Here are the two possible outcomes:
1. Julian Assange is returned to Sweden where he is questioned about the claims made by the women. "No one was injured, no crime was committed," he is told. "Mr. Assange, you are now free to return to normal life without any penalty or sanction." Sweden dismisses its case against Assange and he is released a free man. This would be the proper way to resolve the case - and the best route for Sweden to follow.
2. Assange is questioned, cleared from the Swedish judicial system, and then turned over to U.S. authorities who have presented the Swedish state with a secret indictment against Assange. He is then flown to the United States for prosecution.
The first outcome would benefit the Swedish state. The second, on the other hand, would be bad for Sweden, particularly damaging to its image as a state that cares about the rule of law and human rights. The second outcome, despite the negative consequences, is the more likely of the two. Why? Because the foreign minister of Sweden is Carl Bildt, a close friend of the Bush family and insider with the CIA criminal regime.
Carl Bildt, the Swedish foreign minister, has a long history as an agent of the C.I.A. and the international Zionist criminal network.
Bildt and his daughter visit George Bush, ca. 1990
It should be remembered that Carl Bildt was the father of the "bow visor" lie, which was used to explain the sinking of Estonia on September 28, 1994. The Swedish-owned passenger ferry, which sank with an estimated 1,000 lives lost including 502 Swedes, was being used in an ongoing operation to smuggle stolen Soviet military technology - with the approval of then prime minister Bildt and the head of the Swedish military. Sweden was evidently being used as a transit point for the contraband, which was being forwarded on to Israel from Arlanda airport - without being inspected by Swedish customs on entry or exit from Sweden.
The following year, Carl Bildt was appointed to serve as "special envoy" in the Balkans, where he managed the dismemberment and plundering of the former Yugoslavia. I caught Carl Bildt in a private moment with George Soros during the Bilderberg meeting in Belgium in 2000. The first action taken by Western forces in NATO-occupied Kosovo was to close and take over the extremely rich Trepča mine. The mine was then turned over to a consortium of three mining companies, one Swedish, one American, and one French. Trepča is considered to be one of the richest mines in Europe in terms of the valuable minerals and metals found there. Kosovo also has a gold mine at Trpeza in the district of Prizren, which is now owned by Lydian International of Britain. The body language in this photo says it all: Bildt is an errand boy for the Zionist crimocracy.
George Soros and Carl Bildt, caught by Christopher Bollyn at Bilderberg meeting in Belgium, June 2000. Immediately after taking this photo I was threatened with physical violence by a gang of thugs. This was the last photo from my Bilderberg mission in June 2000.
"Patrick Cockburn: How Julian Assange's private life helped conceal the real triumph of WikiLeaks," The Independent (UK), July 1, 2012
Burke, Al, “Carl Bildt: A Cold Warrior's Transfiguration”