The Torture and Murder of Julian Assange

Back in May, retired USAF lieutenant colonel Karen Kwiatkowski said the CIA’s “Chemical Gina has her hands in this one, and we are being told that Assange is being ‘treated’ with 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate, known as BZ.” 

On September 14, Kwiatkowski wrote Julian Assange “is being held on behalf of the United States and he is being chemically and physically interrogated in Belmarsh (the British Gitmo) in order to reveal his private cryptographic keys, and the names and cryptographic information relating to others within the Wikileaks information network.” 

He has been reduced to the mental capacity of a drug-addled rubberhead, and some of these effects will be found to be permanent.  Physically he is reported to be underweight (under 100 pounds) with food and water being used as bargaining chips in his continued interrogation.  Ironically, even the prisoners at Gitmo, as part of the tender care by the USG, were force-fed when they tried to starve themselves to death.  Julian’s government caretakers are using food and water to break him completely.

The CIA and its media call this practice “enhanced interrogation,” an Orwellian term for torture. In the mid-1970s, the Church Committee and the Rockefeller Commission determined the CIA’s MKUltra was developed for the explicit purpose of breaking down individuals, destroying them psychologically and physically, and reformatting their minds. In the 1950s, the agency was searching for a way to brainwash subjects and turn them into amnesiac assassins. 

The full extent of this program will never be known. The CIA destroyed its records on the MKUltra project. 

In the case of Assange, as Kwiatkowski notes, the British and American torturers hope to break Assange’s “private cryptographic keys, and [reveal] the names and cryptographic information relating to others within the Wikileaks information network.”

This information would be highly beneficial to the state as it hunts down those who reveal uncomfortable truths about its psychopathic behavior. However, the primary objective in keeping Assange locked up in Belmarsh (as extradition drags on) is to break him down, similar to how the British state broke down and rendered mentally ill David Shayler, the former MI5 officer who revealed crimes of the state.

The difference here is dramatic. Shayler served time and was released. Assange will never be released. It’s fair to say he will be taken out of Belmarsh in a body bag. 

This is the message to whistleblowers and truth-tellers—mess with the state, expose its dirty dealings and war crimes, and you may end up like Julian Assange—a skeletal “rubberhead” tortured until a babbling ruin or dead. 

Ditto Chelsea Manning, Ola Bini, and others rounded up since Assange went into the Bolivarian embassy seeking asylum, only to be betrayed and turned over to the Brits who, with the eager help of the US government, are now in the process of slowly killing him, or possibly rendering him a mental patient or vegetable. 

Assange and those who may have worked with him will be interrogated with the full capability of the state (physical, mental and chemical torture).  They will not be tried, represented or defended in a public court, and as noted here for Assange, they will never be released regardless of what is discovered through various interrogations.

Nils Melzer, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, who visited Assange prior to arrest, writes:

Yes, living in an Embassy with a cat and a skateboard may seem like a sweet deal when you believe the rest of the lies. But when no one remembers the reason for the hate you endure, when no one even wants to hear the truth, when neither the courts nor the media hold the powerful to account, then your refuge really is but a rubber boat in a shark-pool, and neither your cat nor your skateboard will save your life.

The conspiracy to torture and murder Assange and his associates will never be reported by a government script-reading media. 

Melzer, who holds the Human Rights Chair at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights in Switzerland, as well as serving as the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, is unable to get the word out to a larger audience about Assange and his sadistic punishment.  

“This Op-Ed has been offered for publication to the Guardian, The Times, the Financial Times, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Australian, the Canberra Times, the Telegraph, the New York Times, the Washington Post, Thomson Reuters Foundation, and Newsweek… None responded positively,” he wrote on his Medium blog in June. 

And none will so long as the state continues to steer the narrative on Assange. His death will be on the hands of the government and its functionaries—the torturers, hired killers of journalists, and the serial murderers of innocent and helpless civilian populations. This horrific reality is buried beneath a mountain of slander, defamation, and lies pushed out by the CIA’s Mockingbird media. Remarkably, millions of Americans and Brits support the slow murder of Julian Assange. The state has long excelled at manipulating the public through ceaseless propaganda and calculated lies. 

Melzer concludes:

Even so, you may say, why spend so much breath on Assange, when countless others are tortured worldwide? Because this is not only about protecting Assange, but about preventing a precedent likely to seal the fate of Western democracy. For once telling the truth has become a crime, while the powerful enjoy impunity, it will be too late to correct the course. We will have surrendered our voice to censorship and our fate to unrestrained tyranny.

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11 comments

  1. I’m not certain the Assange story is to be believed completely. Lets use some logic. Assange spoke to the effect that anyone who considered the 9/11 event an ‘inside job’ to be conspiracy theorists. And are we really supposed to believe that Assange was holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy for seven years? That the most powerful ops teams in the world couldn’t get to Assange for nearly seven years while he continued his operations. That they couldn’t shut down his internet connection even as they murdered some of his associates? Or get to Assange either through direct means at the embassy (a fire or even an extraction team at 3:00 a.m.) or through action against the Ecuador government officials (threats either both personal and/or against the nation). But we are supposed to believe Darkfriend celebrities like Lady Gaga (in black witch’s garb to Assange’s pure white outfit) and Pamela Anderson, the bearer of sandwiches, wasn’t some sort of psych emotional manipulation of the Julian adoring public. And what pray tell was exposed. Stuff we already assumed to be taking place and old tech…..just like 5G is old tech.

    I don’t buy it that some little man was captive in that embassy for almost seven years or that Assange is this crusading journalist that just happened to possibly have had contact with intelligence agencies in his early adult life. If Assange dies in prison then we might assume he and Epstein are entertaining young women at a beach house on some private beach in Uruguay or wherever….or burnt and now both six feet under.

    1. The one thing you haven’t mentioned is the name of your drug dealer, so we can get some of whatever you have been smoking.

      1. One thing lacking from you is any concept of what the forces that run the state are capable of. But for that you would need to understand the meaning of words and then be able to apply logic to them besides being able to explain it to others. Do you understand the meaning of the words ‘naive’ or ‘too Gawd damn trusting’? Didn’t think so.

    2. Either you have not followed this from the very start of 2010, or you lack empathy. You cannot expect accurate information on this from the MSM or the government. I don’t want to preach. The propaganda on Julian Assange is doing it’s designed effect on the minds of the people of the USA and UK and Australia. Ecuador and Sweden, not quite as much.

      1. Addendum for Mr./Ms. F : Refuting your five points – Yes, he was indeed “holed up… for seven years”. The “ops team” tried to extract him late at night through the windows ( even though there is still a thing called diplomatic immunity). His internet and all other items were removed from him. He was given up as per Ecuador government officials via “talks” with Pence et. al. He exposed major war crimes and 10 million other files from all countries (you can find them on Wikileaks.org).

  2. Same goes for you as Van-whatever. Assange was so bullet proof that the people that bring you wholesale political and other assassination or economic destruction, never mind full scale war, couldn’t come near to touching him. As for diplomatic sovereignty go ask the Russians how their consulates fair when push comes to shove. You do remember what happened to their Frisco station? Not that any diplomatic station is at all secure. Is this news to you?. Ecuador has of course much more pull in your world than the RF. Shit a fire or gas explosion at this address would have gotten them their supposed Assange prize…if he was giving a guest appearance at the time. So when you learn to apply some simply logic maybe you won’t look so naive.

    No little man, last name Assange, served almost 7 years at the Ecuadorian embassy only to be finally caught by TPTB. Perhaps the Hollywood film version was more to your first level cognitive abilities liking?

  3. addendum…his internet was removed in the supposed last several months of his supposed stay. As for wiki it certainly hit the govts. of several Latin American nations particularly hard….other nations not so much as they shrugged off anything posted. Ask Manning if she feels she was set up. J.A. probably helped to sink Clinton’s run but that was in the works obviously with Comey doing the setup at the closing. TPTB wanted Trump to win or he wouldn’t have….Got it?

    1. We live, sadly, in “the desert of the real.” What most people take as real is a simulation and there are layers of simulacra foisted on the public.. This as per Casey’s opening remarks when he became head of the CIA….”We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”

      “The state exists to enforce the dominance of elites, all the rest is propaganda, misdirection and obfuscation.”

  4. This is all hearsay and misplaced hero worship.
    He’s not been murdered and no one can say he is being tortured( except the CIA… are you the CIA?).
    He leaked nothing that was not authorized by CIA he would’ve been dead a lone time ago if what the fake news media said was true.

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