The current attack suggests that the Economist gave Assange an award in 2008 and the Economist is owned by the Rothschilds. It also suggests that Amnesty International gave Assange an award and AI is alleged to have a connection to the UN and IMF.
So here we have our first challenge (I warned you we would) as to whether we’ll act like lemmings or not. Will we surrender our good judgment to these memes?
The Rothschilds know full well how to neutralize lightworker efforts. The standard strategy is divide and conquer. Set lightworkers against each other and watch their work go down in flames. Both the Rothschild faction of the Illuminati and the Rockefeller faction have been doing everything in their power to turn the world against President Obama and, in my view, they’re now doing the same with Julian and Wikileaks.
What they say about Julian doesn’t need to be true. If they can start a false rumor, it will divide lightworkers just the same and the damage will have been done. How many papers print retractions on page one? Retractions are usually buried and the damage done left unaddressed.
All of us need to make a choice. We’ll never have full information on which to base our decisions. Just as I never knew the truth before making a decision in my hearing room, so here too we don’t know the truth and yet we must act.
The effect of Julian’s and Wikileaks’ disclosure is to make it more difficult for an illegal war to be waged in Afghanistan and Iraq. The effect of the lightworker suggestions that Julian is a tool of the cabal is to nullify the impact of that disclosure.
You have to decide whether you’re going to abandon Julian now and watch the cabal survive the frontal assault that Julian’s efforts represent or take the risk of possibly making a bad decision but have the full impact of Wikileaks’ disclosure stand.
Never mind the personalities involved. The Wikileaks disclosure is our best shot at tying the cabal in knots. Abandon Julian Assange now and we will lose that tool in our toolbox.
At some point the cabal will look into my past and say “Beckow smoked dope in college.” Yes, I smoked dope in college. So what? I also practiced free love in the early 1970s and currently support the local social democratic party (the New Democratic Party, the third political party here in Canada). Are you going to allow me to be tarred with a brush and eliminated from the scene too? If they plant a rumor that makes it look like I’m also a cabal tool, or Lisa Renee is, or Lauren Gorgo, will you shrink from supporting us as well? But this is what they do.
Supporting Julian Assange is not going to leave you in a position of weakness or humiliation. Not supporting Julian Assange very well may.
I don’t care what Jane says, or Alex Jones, or David Icke, Kurt Nimmo, or Vicky Chryso. Now is the time for us not to waver.
Don’t let the cabal divide us. It cannot conquer us. It’s too late for that. It can only sow confusion in our ranks but that’s as much damage as it can do. But don’t even allow that to happen.
Don’t let it play upon your desire to be honest and moral by feeding you information that makes it seem as if Julian is compromised – sex scandals, awards received, connections, whatever. Even if they are true, which I don’t think they are, the time to deal with that will be later. Now is the time to stand firm.
Sorry, Jane. I support Julian Assange. And sorry to all the rest of the lightworkers who abandon him at this critical juncture. What Julian did was the right thing. It was a good move to promote accountability, It promises to drive a wedge in the cabal’s ability to wage illegal wars. It may be that some rumor about Julian proves true. It’s still not the point for me. We can handle the fallout from that after the disclosure has had its effect.
The point is what Julian has done has weakened the cabal. I want to break free from their chains. The rest I will worry about after we’ve won back our freedom.