Money, happiness and eternal life

Greed (director's cut) 

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Published on Jun 23, 2017

Can money and power ever make us happy? How much is enough?

 Our constant desire for more is part of our human nature.

Some call it a useful dowry of evolution, others a fault in the human genetic make-up:

The old mortal sin Greed seems to be more ubiquitous than ever.

Why can't people ever get enough, where is this self-indulgence leading - and are there any ways out of this vicious circle of gratification?

"People like to have a lot of stuff because it makes them the feeling of living forever," says American social psychologist Sheldon Solomon,

who believes today's materialism and consumerism will have disastrous consequences.

Anyone who fails to satisfy his or her desires in this age of the Ego is deemed a loser. But with

more than 7 billion people on the Earth, the ramifications of this excessive consumption of resources are already clear.

 Isn’t the deplorable state of our planet proof enough that "The Greed Program," which has made us crave possessions, status and power, is coming to an end?

Or is the frenzied search for more and more still an indispensable part of our nature? We set off to look for the essence of greed. And we tell the stories of people who -

whether as perpetrators or victims or even just as willing consumers - have become accomplices in a sea change in values.

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Two Clintons -41 years - $3 Billion

A Washington Post investigation reveals how Bill and Hillary Clinton have methodically cultivated donors over 40 years,

from Little Rock to Washington and then across the globe. Their fundraising methods have created a new blueprint for politicians and their donors.

The Clintons have raised $3 billion in support of their political and philanthropic efforts over four decades.

Nearly all the funds went to support six federal campaigns and their family foundation.

By Matea Gold, Tom Hamburger and Anu Narayanswamy - Published on Nov. 19, 2015

LITTLE ROCK — Over four decades of public life, Bill and Hillary Clinton have built an unrivaled global network of donors

while pioneering fundraising techniques that have transformed modern politics and paved the way for them to potentially

become the first husband and wife to win the White House.
The grand total raised for all of their political campaigns and their family’s charitable foundation reaches at least $3 billion,

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is on track to expand substantially with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 White House run, which has already drawn $110 million in support.

Julian Assange speaks about

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Stephanie Flanders examines one of the most revolutionary and controversial thinkers of all.

Karl Marx's ideas left an indelible stamp on the lives of billions of people and the world we live in today.

As the global financial crisis continues on its destructive path, some are starting to wonder if he was right.

Marx argued that capitalism is inherently unfair and therefore doomed to collapse, so it should be got rid of altogether.

Today as the gap between rich and poor continues to cause tension,

his ideas are once again being taken seriously at the heart of global business.

Stephanie travels from Marx's birthplace to a former communist regime detention centre in Berlin and

 separates his economic analysis from what was carried out in his name.

She asks what answers does Marx provide to the mess we are all in today.



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Pain relief medication is easily available over the counter in many countries.

Our documentary investigates the big business of painkillers. [Online until: 02.12.2018] Millions of consumers in Germany and France are well provided for with cheap, fast-acting, over the counter painkillers without any significant side effects -- diclofenac, ibuprofen, aspirin and paracetamol.

At least, that’s how it looks.

But the pharmaceutical industry influences politicians and doctors and cover up fatal risks, as this investigative documentary shows.

More than 150 million packs of over-the-counter painkillers are sold in Germany and France every year.

But patients are rarely given enough information about what they are taking. Over the counter pain relief worth more than half a billion euros are sold annually.

The investigative journalists behind the US website "Dollars for Docs" are following the money.

In the documentary, Pulitzer Prize-winner Tracy Weber explains how they come by the data of US doctors

who receive money from the pharmaceutical industry, in the form of lecture fees, consulting fees or vacation trips.

Some physicians earn as much as a million dollars a year in addition to their normal practice.

Questions about the independence of these physicians have now led to a new law in the US that requires doctors to disclose the funds they receive from industry.

Featuring both critics and advocates of the practice, the documentary looks at how physicians are involved in the pharmaceutical industry.

Meanwhile, Waldtraut Eicke’s case shows just how fatal faith in analgesics can be.

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The Heat: The arrest of Julian Assange Pt 1

CGTN America

Published on Apr 11, 2019

After taking political asylum for seven years at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, Julian Assange was removed by British police. Assange was shackled and taken into custody. There was a warrant in the U.K. for skipping bail in 2012, but the United States had also charged the Wikileaks founder with conspiring to hack a classified government computer, back in 2010. He faces extradition, and if convicted, could be sentenced to five years in prison. Anand Naidoo interviewed former technical director of the U.S. National Security Agency William Benny about Assange's arrest.


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The Heat: The arrest of Julian Assange Pt 2

CGTN America

Published on Apr 11, 2019

Our panel discusses the latest: Jefferson Morley, a former reporter at the Washington Post and the author of three books on the CIA. Lester Munson, a principal at BGR Group, a leading government relations firm in Washington.Michael Daugherty, CEO of The Cyber Education Foundation and author of “The Devil Inside the Beltway”.


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WHOLE WORLD Must Focus on Julian Assange Arrest!


Published on Apr 17, 2019 

 We speak to Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters on the arrest of Julian Assange. He calls on the UK to rise up to oppose Assange’s extradition, labels the UK a satellite state of US empire for arresting Assange and attacks the government of Lenin Moreno for revoking his asylum LIKE Going Underground FOLLOW Going Underground // FOLLOW Afshin Rattansi // FOLLOW on Instagram  

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Julian Assange's Lawyer:

The British Government could end his detention TODAY


Published on Jun 18, 2018  

We ask Julian Assange’s lawyer Jennifer Robinson if Australia will rescue its citizen - as this week marks six years of his incarceration in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. LIKE Going Underground FOLLOW Going Underground // FOLLOW Afshin Rattansi // FOLLOW on Instagram


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Clowns Making It Up as They Go

Tuesday, 16 April 2019
Albert Park, Melbourne
By Greg Canavan
Twitter: @canavan_greg


Dear John,

Ed Note: There is no video update from me today. I’m currently interstate. I’ll be back on board next week.

Wow. The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris is burning down. What a tragedy. Some of the building may be saved, but it’s looking grim.

The cause of the blaze is unknown at this stage. But the timing, just before Easter, certainly smells a little fishy. What is going on in Paris? It seems to be the centre of a lot of violence these days.

I’m sure more will come to light in the days ahead. And I’m sure someone, somewhere, will blame it all on Trump…

Thanks for your responses on the Julian Assange question yesterday. You can read some of them below. I’ll publish more tomorrow.

The latest news is that Ecuadorian President Moreno now claims he handed Assange over to authorities because Assange used the embassy for spying on other countries.

I thought it was due to his poor hygiene and disrespectful attitude towards staff!

It just goes to show you how these clowns make up a narrative on the run, and the media compliantly disseminates it, and expects you to swallow it.

I maintain that the timing should give this away. Assange has been holed up for years. Why did Ecuador release him now? Just after the Mueller Report found no collusion between team Trump and Russia, and around the same time that Attorney General Barr said he is going to investigate how the spying on team Trump came about.

As I’ve said previously, Assange holds the key to all this. 

Anyway, enough from me. Here’s what you had to say on the issue. As expected, most responses were in favour of Assange as a hero. But there were a few against him too. I’ll publish more responses tomorrow.

Greg Canavan,

Editor, The Rum Rebellion

Today, I want to publish some more of your great responses regarding the Julian Assange question. Clearly this topic hit a nerve with you. I received plenty of emails. Obviously I can’t publish them all. But I did read them and appreciate the feedback.

I think it’s important to continue the discussion because this is a vital turning point in the issue of free speech, and deep state power versus the rights of the people.


Six months ago, my 30 year old daughter asked me. "What is the Truth? ". We had conversations about JFK, 9/11,GFC, Aust political scene and just life in general in Australia. I'm 71 years old and in my youth things were much simpler although in hindsight, things were just becoming cloudy by greed, money and power.  My answer to her was to look carefully at what the establishment opposes and proposes. The truth will be at the opposite end of the spectrum, you have to search for it.

I applaud Assange and Wikileaks, at least we obtain the other side of the story and we can judge for ourselves.   

I am a keen follower of the Rum Rebellion and Australian Tribune. Keep up the great work.


While in general approving of the aims of Wikileaks, I refer you to this article by Peter Greste in the Sydney Morning Herald, in which he argues that Julian Assange is not a journalist and Wikileaks is not a news organisation. If what Peter has written in the article is correct, then Julian Assange has committed a crime by recklessly endangering the lives of a number of people, such as some of the Afghans who helped the Americans in their war against the Taliban.

As for your conspiracy theories and those of many of your colleagues, I believe you are all guilty of over-active imagination. The truth is almost always so much more boring.

[The publishing of the leaks that expose state lies and hypocrisy could also save thousands of lives in the future by preventing needless wars. As for conspiracy theories, I’m simply presenting facts, asking you to think for yourself, and to not believe everything the establishment media says.]


Here’s Why the Book Julian Assange Was Holding When He Was Arrested is Vitally Important

“It doesn’t actually make any difference whether the President is Republican or Democrat. The genius of the American ruling class is that it has been able to make the people think that they have had something to do with the electing of presidents for 200 years when they’ve had absolutely nothing to say about the candidates or the policies or the way the country is run.” ~ Gore Vidal

“USA belongs to a handful of men who also control the media. Look at General Electric. It produces nuclear weapons for the Pentagon and also owns the NBC News cable channel, which is a very sophisticated censure apparatus, intrinsic to the system. It’s genius. It’s like an electronic cage around the nation which blocks information from getting through.” ~ Gore Vidal

[The above was taken from this article. NBC is now owned by Comcast Corp, a media and internet giant with a market capitalisation of nearly US$190 billion. Comcast is pure establishment, run by the founder’s son, Brian L Roberts. Roberts maintains control over the company through ownership of Class B supervoting shares, even though he only owns 1% of the equity of the company. This is how the elites maintain control]


The arrest of Julian Assange has, not unexpectedly, brought out a chorus about freedom of speech, which you seem to support. I strongly support freedom of speech but the activities of Assange and Wikileaks (its name tells you what it is about) would be better categorised as breaches of privacy. That may sound strange in relation to government but the fact is governments could not function if every communication was immediately made public – the same as you or I as individuals would have the same problem in our own dealings – for example selling our home.

Those supporting Assange on the basis of freedom of information have clearly never been involved in negotiations of any significance. They may want to know what the government or business are up to but they need to understand the difference between privacy and freedom of speech. Certainly, there must be accountability but in Australia both the Coalition and Labor seem to accept that Government cannot function without a reasonable amount of confidentiality when negotiating issues even though they may, not unreasonably, require a level of accountability afterwards.

Those who suggest the public should have immediate access to every communication are naively living in an unreal world and might ask themselves what they would think if the same disclosure rules applied to them.

[Assange’s supporters are not saying the public should have immediate access to everything, or breach privacy unrelated to the national interest. It is WikiLeaks role in exposing lies and hypocrisy that is the issue.]


Looking at the big picture, I think the Assange situation is just another brilliant Trump/Patriots strategic manoeuvre, in just a single "battle", in the war of "Old Established Money" vs "New Entrepreneurial Money".  New Money being Donald, Vlad and Xi and Old Money being the Democrat+RINO USA, the whole British Commonwealth, and the EU, all under the financial patronage of the Rothschild (Old-Money) oligarchy (est. at $500T).

As you point out, if Assange confirms the Seth Rich link then it’s permanent curtains for the Dems+RINO’s political power. The Steele Dossier then points directly back to collusion (and worse) by the Dems - MI6 – the British Government – the “Five Eyes”- and ultimately right back into the heart of Brussels.

The NSA’s surveillance knows this perfectly well already, without a doubt! – but can’t state this in any criminal court as its “evidence” would have been obtained by illegal means (spying), and thus deemed inadmissible.

Soooo….what’s needed is a fully involved third party (Assange) to give “expert” evidence so that the process of “Discovery” can be invoked and the whole sorry issue exposed legally.

Assange knows perfectly well he’s now under maximum protection by the Donald for obvious reasons, otherwise he’ll be just another “Seth Rich” at the hands of Old-Money.

If these political dominos fall into place, then so does Old-Money’s political power.

However, Old-Money’s wealth is huge – but most is invested in credit and debt negotiated in $US, which keeps New-Money with a mill-stone around its neck (as any mortgagee will testify!!).

Solution? The Donald does exactly what Lincon did, Jackson did, and what Kennedy was shot for attempting to do – create a new “Greenback” fixed to gold. This would quickly make the $fiat next to worthless, and so, bye-bye to the Fed, existing Central Banks, the National Debt and all debt negotiated in $fiat, and bye-bye to a massive chunk of Old-Money’s wealth and power! Hint: Why is the D. spending $fiat like a drunken sailor without a care in the world, and why are Central Banks quietly (but frantically) buying gold?


Regarding the Assange affair, there can be no real freedom anywhere in the west and least of all within vassal states like Australia, until such time as there is recognition of two fundamental verities: namely, the Kennedy assassinations were a coup d'etat and 9/11 was an inside job. For so long as the great lie remains undisturbed by cowardly complicity, the real criminal perpetrators of crimes against humanity will prosper in power while truth tellers like Assange will be pursued to the ends of the Earth. The response of the political class in this country lies somewhere between cowardice and insouciant stupidity. It makes me ashamed to be an Australian.


If this focus on the Assange affair has not interested you, you’ll be pleased to know that the Rum Rebellion will return to normal transmission tomorrow!

Just to wrap up our look into the Julian Assange arrest.

A dear reader emailed to say that he pays Port Phillip Publishing for investment advice and that it shouldn’t be a platform to publish personal political views.

This is a good time to remind you that The Rum Rebellion is free. That’s why I keep the investment topics very general. I focus on investment advice in my advisory Crisis & Opportunity, and in the months ahead, I also plan to launch other investment services. So please feel free to subscribe to them!

But The Rum Rebellion will remain free for people who want to read my market commentary and also hear about political issues that you don’t tend to see covered in the mainstream media.

The Rum Rebellion is a libertarian publication. It believes in decentralised power structures, not centralised ones that exert too much control over our lives and wealth.

Central to this belief is freedom of speech. Too many people these days believe in freedom of speech except when it offends their viewpoints. That’s not what freedom of speech is.

The Julian Assange case is crucial in determining whether the power structures we live in will continue to centralise (and increase control over us) or whether it will deal a strong blow to state-sanctioned power and control over information.

That’s why I brought it up this week and made a big deal of it. And I will continue to do so. This is the biggest political case in decades, if not ever. That might seem like a big call now, but let’s see how it plays out over the next few years.

In the meantime, for more on the background politics behind the arrest, I recommend checking out the Dan Bongino podcast, Episode 959, ‘The Curious Case of Julian Assange’.

I’m only 15 minutes in. But it’s very interesting. I hope you enjoy…

On that note, I’m checking out for Easter. Have a great Easter break yourself and I’ll catch you back here on Tuesday.



Greg Canavan,

Editor, The Rum Rebellion

Ep. 959 The Curious Case of Julian Assange.

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Published on Sep 22, 2014

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on when WikiLeaks met Google. Julian Assange discusses the meeting he had in 2011 with Eric Schmidt, then a top executive and now chairman of Google, and 3 others. He says the meeting was nominally over a book that was being written, which was published and had pre-publication endorsements from the likes of Tony Blair and Henry Kissinger, but the question he wanted to know was why was this book being written? He examines the networks behind Google, and their 'in-house state department' Google ideas, and reveals that they are pushing the position that the State should control what is and is not published, to the extent of a state body overseeing whistleblowers that they have to go through before they can release any material. He says that Google is in bed with the state department, citing as an example that the girlfriend of Eric Schmidt contacted him regarding arranging a meeting with Hilary Clinton. He also points out that the argument the US military use against WikiLeaks, that the publication of cables could theoretically cause harm, was undermined when the general charged with investigating any harm caused by WikiLeaks testified under oath at the trial of Chelsea Manning that they couldn't find a single person that had been harmed. He also talks about the mistakes he believe the Guardian made, and how HBGary tendered $2 million a month to attack WikiLeaks and Glen Greenwald. He talks about some of the more recent publications he has made, such as FinFisher, a cyberweapon which can hijack mobile phones and turn on the microphone, and can infect massive amounts of computers by putting itself in the major gateway of a country or ISP. He warns whilst people may be suspicious of the intentions of the NSA and the like regarding the internet, associations you may perceive to be working the other way are funded by the same players. He also points out that the amount of people with security clearances in the US has more than doubled since 2010, with 6 million people now part of this 'state within a state' who are subject to extra laws and requirements that are classified – 'an extremely alarming phenomenon'.

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange weighs in on Pfc. Bradley Manning, and U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.


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Glenn Greenwald gives dramatic insider details about how he stumbled on what is perhaps the biggest leak of American intelligence in history,

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Founded by Assange in 2006, WikiLeaks came to international prominence in 2010 with the release of more than 250,000 top-secret cables leaked from the US State Department. The results of this were far-reaching indeed, exposing human rights violations and covert operations. WikiLeaks and Assange have never been far from the spotlight in the intervening years, hitting the headlines again and again, especially with regards to Edward Snowden’s mass surveillance disclosures and Assange’s ongoing legal battles. To coincide with the release of a definitive new book on the State Department cables, The WikiLeaks Files: The World According to US Empire, Assange will discuss the historical significance of that release and what the cables reveal about the United States as a 21st century superpower. Join Julian Assange, host Andrew Fowler and the Wheeler Centre for a riveting discussion on secrets, surveillance, imperialism and justice.

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WikiLeaks' Julian Assange,

CBS Pt. 1

CBS News

Published on Jan 30, 2011

Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, speaks to Steve Kroft about

the U.S. attempt to indict him on criminal charges and the torrent of criticism aimed at him for publishing classified documents.


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WikiLeaks' Julian Assange, CBS Pt. 2

CBS News

Published on Jan 30, 2011

Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, speaks to Steve Kroft about

 the U.S. attempt to indict him on criminal charges and the torrent of criticism aimed at him for publishing classified documents.


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David Icke in conversation with Eamonn Holmes


Published on Jul 26, 2018

David Icke joined Eamonn Holmes and Saira Khan to take listeners calls, talk about Donald Trump and #

explain why he believes everyone needs to think differently about the world in which we live.


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Julian Assange 'This Week' Interview:

WikiLeaks Founder Discusses 'The Fifth Estate,' Edward Snowden

ABC News

Published on Oct 13, 2013

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on the film "The Fifth Estate" and Edward Snowden.


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Edward Snowden NSA Leaks:

Putin Won't Turn Snowden Over, Wants Him Out

ABC News

Published on Jun 26, 2013

Russian president says the NSA leaker is a free man, but made it clear it's time to go.


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More WikiLeaks bombshells: NAACP, Hillary-Obama email talk

Fox News

Published on Oct 14, 2016

Newly leaked Clinton campaign emails reveal more contempt for the electorate and talk between Podesta and Mills of not releasing Obama-Hillary emails in server probe

Julian Assange has information that

could 'destroy Russian hoax': Jerome Corsi

Fox Business

Published on Apr 12, 2019

Conservative author Jerome Corsi reacts to the arrest of Julian Assange saying the Wikileaks founder is being unjustly prosecuted.


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Edward Snowden Says Government Can Access

Everything On Your Cell Phone Even If It's Turned Off!


Published on Oct 6, 2015

October 05, 2015 BBC News


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Edward Snowden NSA Leaks:

Putin Won't Turn Snowden Over, Wants Him Out

ABC News

Published on Jun 26, 2013

Russian president says the NSA leaker is a free man, but made it clear it's time to go.


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U.S. Charges WikiLeaks’ Assange:

They’ll Come After Him With Everything They Have

| Deadline | MSNBC


Published on Apr 11, 2019

NYT’s Nick Confessore, former DOJ spox Matt Miller, former US Attorney Joyce Vance, and “The Circus” co-host John Heilemann on Julian Assange’s arrest in London and what that could mean for the Russia investigation » Subscribe to MSNBC: MSNBC delivers breaking news and in-depth analysis of the headlines, as well as informed perspectives. Find video clips and segments from The Rachel Maddow Show, Morning Joe, Hardball, All In, Last Word, 11th Hour, and more.

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U.S. Charges WikiLeaks’ Assange: They’ll Come After Him With Everything They Have | Deadline | MSNBC


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#JulianAssange #WikiLeaks

How Julian Assange Disrupted Politics With WikiLeaks



Published on Apr 12, 2019

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a hero or criminal, depending on who you ask. We explain.

As purveyor of secret U.S. government information, Julian Assange has few rivals. The release of a stunning trove of sensitive diplomatic cables and entire Pentagon databases nearly a decade ago made Assange and his anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks a household names and an enemy of the American government. 

Six years later, WikiLeaks published thousands of private emails involving members of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign that investigators said were stolen and passed to Assange's organization working for the Russian government.

That episode and others so infuriated U.S. authorities that then-CIA Director Mike Pompeo called Assange's organization a "hostile intelligence service."  But none of those things prompted the government to call Assange a criminal. #JulianAssange #WikiLeaks 

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Craig Murray on Julian Assange:

"This is a very important fight, one we absolutely must win"


Published on Apr 12, 2019

"This is a very important fight and it's a fight we absolutely must win" says former British ambassador Craig Murray

who believes a 'dishonest game is being played with the courts' over Julian Assange's arrest.

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#JulianAssange #AssangeIndictment #Vlawg

Julian Assange Indictment EXPLAINED - Viva Frei Law Vlawg

Viva Frei

Published on Apr 15, 201

I spent the better part of the day Saturday reading over Julian Assange's indictment and breaking it down. It was actually quite fascinating.

Here is a simplified legalese breakdown, with an analysis of what we should understand, what we should expect, and how to read the news. Enjoy!

And be sure to like, share, comment & subscribe! #JulianAssange #AssangeIndictment #Vlawg

Extended Interview with Julian Assange

SBS Dateline

Published on Apr 11, 2011

The full version of Mark Davis's exclusive interview with Australian WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in February 2011,

where he talks about his relationship with the Australian government and his extradition hearing over sexual assault allegations in Sweden.

 For more on Mark's interview, go to the SBS

Dateline website...


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The war of Wikileaks, Assange and other outlets exposing the inner workings of power 

RT America

Published on Aug 4, 2018 

Barrett Brown, publisher and journalist talks to Chris Hedges about the US government’s war on

Wikileaks, Assange and other outlets exposing the inner workings of power.

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