...The question is: Did any of the United Nations General Assembly listen? And if they did, will they do anything about it?
On Wednesday night, Julian Assange, the creator of Wikileaks, addressed the United Nations General Assembly in an event called "Strengthening Human Rights" from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where he has been trapped for several months. The event that was hosted by the Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino and gave Assange a platform to draw attention to his case and he emphasized the importance of revealing the truth. Here is that speech.
Julian Assange is an excellent leader of the people and the voice of humanity. The UN puppets can sit back and watch the show as Iran's plasma Magrav reactors are put into every home costing less than $100 each and we can all float our cars at 68,000 miles per hour free without any fuel - this is what the US were after Iran for http://www.keshefoundation.orgReplyDelete