Protecting Whistleblowers: It’s Up to Us

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Bradley Manning

Whether we’re aware of it or not, the whistleblowers of the world like Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden, Julian Assange, Daniel Ellsberg and Sibel Edmonds are the frontline of our attempts to bring truth to the world and stop the cabal in their tracks.

Back in 1975 it was revealed that the CIA had a poison dart that could cause a heart attack. The dart itself melted away and left no residual evidence for a coroner to detect. (See video below.)

Meet the Press anchor Tim Russert had a heart attack and died the day before he intended to say that he too believed 9/11 was an inside job. Other people, intending to expose the manner in which Diebold machines threw the 2000 election over to George Bush were killed in airplane explosions. John Kennedy Jr. was also killed in the same manner. Stanley Meyer invented a water car which would have ended our reliance on oil and was killed for his efforts on our behalf.

Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden

People like Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden and Julian Assange are our first line of defence and offence against a cabal that was determined to take over the world, (1) whose opening moves were the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, who had built FEMA camps to house dissidents, who attacked their own population with weather-warfare weapons, chemtrails, and pandemics.

And now here we are, the cabal having been defeated but still able to inflict wounds. And whistleblowers will continue to come forth, risking all to inform us of the truth.

I can’t say with more gravity how I consider it our sacred duty as lightworkers to do everything we can to save these brave individuals from being punished for attempting to alert us to the heinous crimes and treasonous acts that have been going on to subdue the citizens of our countries.

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Julian Assange

No one wants to do anything that would harm their country … well, not a lightworker, that is. The decision to release what one has found that shows one’s own country to be intentionally harming its citizens and those of other countries must be an exceptionally difficult and painful one.

With that one act, one’s life changes forever. I imagine that everyone who’s taken such a step does so hoping that the rest of us will appreciate their sacrifice and rally round them.

Have we rallied round Assange, Manning and Snowden? It’s up to us to see that nothing happens to Edward Snowden. It’s too late to prevent Bradley Manning from harsh mistreatment but we can save him from a worse fate. And we need to rally around Julian Assange as well to ensure that nothing happens to him.

In the United States, one takes an oath upon entering the military, if I recall correctly, to protect the country against its enemies, domestic and foreign. Whoever would have thought that the government itself would have shown itself to be the enemy of the people?

Edward Snowden, Bradley Manning and Julian Assange should be awarded medals rather than being hunted down, imprisoned and tortured.

In my view, it’s incumbent on us to do anything we can to pressure the government to release Bradley Manning. And it’s incumbent on us to do anything we can to protect Edward Snowden and Julian Assange. To do otherwise is to prolong the time when corrupt governments can harm their citizens.

To all who have sacrificed their lives, security and comfort for the people:

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Just as Turkey and Brazil have joined other nations of the world in expressing their desire to throw off their chains, so we here also have to throw off the chains that the cabal in general or certain individuals like the Koch Brothers or Rupert Murdoch have tried to bind us with.


Did something similar kill Tim Russert? How many more must die?

Please realize that a concerted effort was launched in the U.S. under Operation Mockingbird to have the CIA take over the mainstream media and it’s been wildly successful. In-depth investigative journalism was killed. The media reports only what the cabal wishes it to. Granted that all of this is ending, still we have the moral duty to give it a good, hard push.

We can’t expect to find a kind word being said about Snowden, Manning, or Assange. We can’t wait for the mainstream media to come to their defence. That falls to us.

In my opinion, we need to do everything we can to defend Manning, who did everything he could to defend us. To protect Snowden and Assange from arrest is one very direct and effective way we have of saying we will not be enslaved. There are a lot of fine words in the Constitution of the United States but they’re simply words on paper without our actions in support of them.

Yes, it isn’t our future to be enslaved. But our withdrawal from captivity can be a long, slow process or a much quicker one, depending on our resolve to express our opposition to and disapproval of the activities of the cabal to take away our civil rights, impoverish us as workers, and deny us due process of law. Now here we have three people whose defence can show that the rest of us care and are willing to risk along with them. I urge everyone to do whatever they can to show our support for Snowden, Manning, and Assange.


(1) If you doubt that the cabal had a plan to take over the world, then perhaps listen to Dr. Carol Rosin:


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