MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The founder of WikiLeaks whistleblowing organization, Julian Assange, who has lived in the Embassy of Ecuador in London since 2012, may have to leave the embassy in the near future either because he is pushed out or because his freedom is restricted to such an extent that he cannot stay, the CNN broadcaster reported on Friday.
Ecuador’s recently-elected President Lenin Moreno is reportedly facing increasing pressure from the United States, and Madrid also weighed in after Assange expressed his support for Catalonia’s separatists, the media reported, citing sources. . . . Click article title to continue reading.
NOTE from ~Jean: Elections on Sunday and what follows in Venezuela may have an influence on those in control of Julian ‘s fate. Let’s watch all this carefully. I’m thinking that the (contrived?) Hawaii earthquake, the problem of the dam in Columbia, the elections, Trump’s desire to control Venezuela, the tropical storm developing in the general area may all be a part of a plan to create chaos . . . but if that is the case, I don’t think it will go well.
Right now, we are reading ‘fighting’ words only, but when the action starts to kick in, it seems to me we will soon know the truth of all these events — and whether or not there is a dark purpose behind them. I believe if you haven’t seen the video below — the very first one I published from Florida Maquis — that you will find it offers some great background about where the various potential players stand politically, and I’m talking Russia and China. With this map noting it all, it’s quite clear that a storm could start on Sunday. ~J
PS I’m hoping to take tomorrow off.
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* * * End Of Unipolar World Looms As ‘New World Order’ Responds To US Demands On Iran, by F. Michael Maloof, op-ed via RT.com,
European and eventually American technological superiority granted each and every subsequent century to the West. As military and manufacturing technology began to proliferate more freely and more rapidly following the World Wars, nations found themselves finally armed, economically independent and organized enough to throw off Western colonization.
It is a process that is still ongoing, with brief instances of technological advances in the West providing an economic or military edge before quickly being mitigated by that technology’s proliferation globally.
This decrease in lag time between Western technological breakthroughs and global catching up has put Western hegemony itself in danger. It is a danger Western policymakers have been spending greater amounts of time considering, and because of that, so should policymakers the world over on how to protect and even enhance the global balance of power this reduction in lag is creating. . . . Click article title to continue reading.
RAND Fears the Future
In a recent paper published by the RAND Corporation, a US policy think tank funded by, and working for the largest military and economic interests in the Western Hemisphere, fears of how technology may further erode the West’s technological and thus economic and military edge over a world it seeks hegemony over are explained.
Putin: Trump canceled nuclear summit in spite of Kim ‘doing everything he promised’; Russian dignitaries comment
The United States has been reportedly mulling sanctions against Pyongyang as part of its maximum pressure campaign despite preparations for the June 12 summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un.
MORE DEEP STATE LIES! Lawmakers Nunes and Gowdy DID NOT RECEIVE Unredacted Documents They Sought From DOJ-FBI Today, by Jim Hoft
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russian billionaire businessman Oleg Deripaska has stepped down as director of Russia’s aluminum giant Rusal, the company announced.