Julian Assange

Julian Assange Unchained: There is a War on Truth

Erstwhile WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been locked away in London’s Ecuadorian Embassy for almost 5 years now and yet, he remains a thorn in the side of many world governments and powerful leaders. Of late, new concerns have arisen that Assange could be turned over to the British or American authorities, but still… Assange remains in a prison of his own choosing. This past week Assange sat down, via satellite, with former Congressman Dr. Ron Paul (R-TX) to talk about the work he’s done and the ongoing “war on truth” that is being waged by many world governments and powerful corporations.

Are Wikileaks and other similar organizations “hostile foreign agencies,” as CIA Director Mike Pompeo asserted recently? He’s looking at a way to punish media organizations for telling their readers the truth while being able to avoid going after the mainstream media companies that publish materials provided by Wikileaks. It is all about stripping some organizations and individuals from First Amendment protection.

Don’t miss this exclusive Ron Paul Liberty Report with Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange:

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