“And the three men I admire most: the father, son and the holy ghost, they caught the last train for the coast, the day the music died.”
Don McClean/American Pie
Did the music just die in America with the recent arrest of Wikipedia founder, Julian Assange?
I believe so.
We can’t possibly cover the depth of this event in an email.
So, we’re going to cover a few points and illustrate the significance of the danger that’s been loosed on the world.
One thing you can bank on is that the world is one step closer to war as a result:
- Assange is NOT an American citizen.
- He was extradited from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for the purpose of being brought back to the United States.
- The USA will no doubt want to put him on trial for ensuring Hillary lost the White House.
- The British police say they were invited in the Ecuadorian embassy where he has been holed up since 2012.
- The rumblings behind the curtain are that the Democrats are behind this, hoping to force him to say he got Hillary’s emails from Putin.
This whole mess doesn’t pass the smell test. In fact, it stinks…Royally.
This battle is just getting started.
Keep in mind, those who are after Assange are the same people after you and me.
More so, the arrest of Julian Assange is meant to send a message to all Americans and journalists: be quiet, behave, toe the line. Or you will pay the price.
Journalists saying the “British police were invited in The Ecuadorian embassy” forgot to mention the part where the US made the recent Ecuadorean IMF loan ($4.2 Billion) contingent on Assange’s asylum being dropped.
To see the full impact of this and how it affects the global markets going forward, be sure to read our April Newsletter article “The Day the Music Died.”
The global slow-motion-train-wreck of governments is gaining momentum.
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