The State of Affairs


Julian Assange’s mistake was to publish the DNC information. Imagine his deification in the media if it had been the RNC information. As for Seth Rich…

David DeGerolamo

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4 Responses to The State of Affairs

  1. Truth-in-Tension says:

    Truth will not be tolerated in the Brave New World.

    Julian Assange is a political prisoner. America and the UK are no different then communist regimes, as they will not allow a free press. Without a free press freedom is just an illusion.

    If it was not for Julian Assange, President Trump would still be appearing on low IQ television shows and would not be President. Assange is being destroyed because he published videos of US military’s war crimes in Iraq. So, the deep state, the controlled media, the military industrial complex, and all political parties in America, Australia, and UK despise him and will ensure that he remains in prison for the rest of his life.

    Julian Assange is hero. And yes Assange is not a perfect person, but then again no one is.

    Alexis de Tocqueville, who in 1835 and 1840 wrote so eloquently about the Christian beliefs, culture, general education, work ethic, and virtues of Americans and the American form of government would be shocked at how far the population has devolved and how corrupt the government has become. It is sad to see how our government has degraded to the point that it is always on the side of corruption. Julian Assange is just the latest victim of the Brotherhood of Darkness.

  2. Thomas Hanna says:

    Excellent TNT.

  3. a follower says:

    Some may be interested.
    Glenn Beck spoke to Jonathan Cahn yesterday and will be speaking at some point during the event.
    myself, i have been reading His book The Oracle, and will be reading Harbinger two shortly.
    You may not agree with Jonathan Cahn 100%, but i believe he is correct on many things. “Discernment”
    Taking place today in D.C.

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