To Be Assanged: Notes From The Edge Of The Narrative Matrix, by Caitlin Johnstone

Random but pertinent musings from Caitlin Johnstone at medium.com:

Assange, verb. Use: To be assanged.
Meaning: when the nationless alliance of elites imprison a dissident by using their power to manipulate vagaries in the laws of their respective nations.
Eg “I have information on war crimes that I should leak but I don’t want to be assanged.”

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Murderous governments who deceive their citizenry are not entitled to any degree of secrecy whatsoever.

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A society is only as free as its most troublesome truth-teller.

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The large and enthusiastic Assange demonstrations in the UK have filled me with gratitude and love, but they’ve also made me ashamed of Australia. Those crowds dwarf anything I’ve seen here in Melbourne, and he’s our man. The Brits are defending an Australian citizen better than Australia is.

This is what happens when you use the same mass media propaganda that’s used everywhere else on a population whose only cultural value is not getting worked up about things. Wake up, Australia! For fuck’s sake, now is the time to start caring about something!

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