G. Edward Griffin: The Final Stand Against Tyranny – How 2020 Became The Worst Year Ever – Activist Post


22-09-20 11:08:00,

By World Alternative Media

Josh Sigurdson talks with legendary author G. Edward Griffin about the fall of the US empire and the last stand against tyranny as we watch governments grow and we watch plans we’ve warned about for years play out.

Mr. Griffin describes the year 2020 as no one else could from beginning to September. Are we facing the biggest scam in history? How have we willingly given so much power to such a massive racket?

G. Edward Griffin also goes into his 1984 interview with Yuri Bezmenov which has recently seen a boost in popularity as it’s used in the new Call Of Duty video game. Yuri warned about the future and his predictions came true, totally.

With that said, Mr. Griffin then predicts what he believes 2021 will look like and then the future that follows. It’s a dire prediction, though it doesn’t have to be that way.

Finally, he breaks down the concerns regarding Big Pharma which he’s been exposing since the 1960s.

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Edward Snowden & Glenn Greenwald: Der NSA-Skandal, der die Welt erschütterte | KenFM.de


10-04-20 01:37:00,

Ein Beitrag von acTVism Munich.

Dieses Video ist eine Zusammenstellung unserer gesamten Arbeiten mit Edward Snowden und Glenn Greenwald aus dem Zeitraum von 2014 bis 2019. Die besprochenen Themen gerieten in jüngster Zeit, trotz ihrer wachsenden Bedeutung für das Verständnis der heutigen Welt, in den Hintergrund. Wir haben diese Zusammenstellung produziert, um an diese Themen zu erinnern.

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Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning Nominated for 2020 Nobel Peace Prize – Activist Post


18-02-20 10:59:00,

By Aaron Kesel

Two whistleblowers—Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden—were nominated alongside WikiLeaks journalist and former editor-in-chief Julian Assange for the Nobel Peace Prize of 2020 by 17 members of a German parliamentary group.

Żaklin Nastić (MdB) writes:

I am one of a total of 17 members of our parliamentary group who have nominated Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. These brave people should not be criminalized but should be recognized and honored. The war criminals and their henchmen must be held accountable.

We feel that Assange, Manning and Snowden have to be recognized for their ‘unprecedented contributions to the pursuit of peace and their immense personal sacrifices to promote peace for all.’ With the unveiling of US war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq and the global surveillance program of the US secret services, the three have ‘exposed the architecture of war and strengthened the architecture of peace’.

The full letter was published on the Courage Foundation’s website and reads:

Dear Members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee,

We wish to nominate Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize, in honour of their unparalleled contributions to the pursuit of peace, and their immense personal sacrifices to promote peace for all.

The year 2020 began with Julian Assange arbitrarily detained and tortured, at risk of death according to the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and over 100 medical doctors, for revealing the extent of harm and illegality behind the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. 2020 began with Chelsea Manning in her secound year of renewed imprisonment for resisting to testify to a Grand Jury empaneled against Wikileaks, after having also been imprisoned seven years previously and tortured, following her disclosures that were published by Julian Assange. 2020 began with Edward Snowden in his 7th year of asylum for revealing illegal mass surveillance, in defence of the liberties underpinning revelations such as those made by Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange.

The Collateral Murder video, provided by Chelsea Manning in 2010 and published by Wikileaks, honoured the dignity of those slain needlessly in war. It gave names and identities to victims whose humanity had been kept from public view,

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Edward Snowden Speaks Out For Julian Assange And Chelsea Manning


15-12-19 10:24:00,

Authored by Adam Dick via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity,

Julian Assange of WikiLeaks has been silenced. Assange was prevented from communicating with the outside world in his final 13 months at the Ecuador embassy in London, where he had obtained sanctuary from extradition to the United States. The silencing has continued in a British prison where Assange has been detained pending extradition to the US since British police forcibly removed him from the embassy in April.

Similarly, communication by Chelsea Manning has been much curtailed after Manning reveled United States military secrets. First, Manning served seven years in United States military prison after being convicted for the leak. Released from prison in 2017, Manning has been condemned to jail for most of the time since March of this year for refusing to testify for a grand jury involved in the US government’s effort to prosecute Assange.Manning, a whistleblower, and Assange, a publisher who through WikiLeaks helped make public revelations of government activities provided by Manning and other whistleblowers, are prevented by the US and British governments, respectively, from speaking up on their own behalf. But that does not mean that other individuals cannot speak up for them. In fact, with Assange and Manning’s ability to communicate limited, it is more important than ever that advocates for their freedom speak up on their behalf.

Last week, Edward Snowden, a whistleblower who has since 2013 escaped similar silencing via retaining sanctuary in Russia, spoke up in strong advocacy for Assange and Manning’s freedom. He did so in an interview with Democracy Now host Amy Goodman.

Snowden points out in the interview that the US cases against Assange, Manning, and himself all derive from the Espionage Act, the same Espionage Act that he notes was used against Daniel Ellsberg in the 1970s after Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers to media. Pointing as an example to Ellsberg being prevented from even telling a jury at trial why he leaked the Pentagon Papers that revealed the hidden truth about US actions in the Vietnam War, Snowden emphasizes that the Espionage Act “is a special law that absolutely rules out any kind of fair trial.”

Continuing, Snowden discusses in the interview Manning’s revelations of “torture and war crimes,

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Fundstück: G. Edward Griffin – Bankers Waiting for the Big Collapse | www.konjunktion.info


12-11-19 07:39:00,

G. Edward Griffin, Autor des Bestsellers zur Entstehungsgeschichte der Federal Reserve Die Kreatur von Jekyll Island, hat dieser Tage ein Interview gegeben (leider nur in englischer Sprache), bei dem er in knapp 40 Minuten all das auf den Punkt bringt, was auch ich in meinen Artikeln versuche zu transportieren.

Unter anderem beleuchtet er das Finanzsystem und sagt dazu:

Wir leben in einem System der Banken, von den Banken und für die Banken, und das ist die Realität… Sie sehen, dass sich die Räder lösen… Das System der Inflation, in dem wir leben, kann nicht ewig andauern… Alle Systeme mit exponentiellen Wachstums brechen immer zusammen. Sie haben irgendwann ein Ende und es ist schwer zu sagen, an welchem Punkt sie genau sind, aber sie wissen, dass es einen Bruchpunkt gibt, an dem sie einfach über die Realität hinausgehen. Die Banken wissen das besser als jeder andere. Ich gehe also davon aus, dass sie am Ende angekommen sind. Du kannst es riechen. Du kannst es sehen. Du kannst es fast greifen. Also, was machst du? … Ich denke, sie denken, hey, wir sind am Ende und lassen uns einfach alles an uns nehmen, damit für uns alles in Ordnung ist, wenn das System zusammenbricht. Das ist eine ziemlich grobe Formulierung, aber ich denke, sie wollen den Zusammenbruch, weil sie wissen, dass es [das System] pleite ist und sie nicht viel dagegen tun können.

(We are living in a system of the banks, by the banks and for the banks, and that is the reality… They see that the wheels are coming off… The system of inflation in which we live cannot go on forever… All systems of exponential growth always collapse. They come to an end at some point, and it’s hard to tell exactly at what point, but you do know there is a breaking point where it just moves beyond reality. The banks know this better than anybody. So, I am assuming that they feel they are at the end. You can smell it. You can see it. You can touch it almost. So, what do you do? … I think their thinking is, hey, we are at the end and let’s just grab all we can so when the system collapses, we will be okay.

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