Copyright 12.07.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved, Re-posts permitted leaving content and sources, links intact.
Well folks you just can’t make this stuff up. As everyone now knows Julian Assange was arrested in London this morning and is being held without bail. Reactions have ranged from “he is a lucky martyr and this will just help his cause” to “he should be executed” . I won’t bore the reader with too many lists of videos and news links but I do want you to examine the story below, and then have a gander at the Facebook page for “World Press Freedom Day 2011″ , then tell me if their logo does not look just exactly like a typographical version of a Nazi swastika? I’m a retired graphics professional and it’s the very first thing I noticed when I saw the page load. To heck with anything subliminal, this was overt.
Here’s the link to the “World Press Freedom Day 2011” Facebook page.
Here are my thoughts:
1) You could not get me to attend this thing even if you were giving away free laptops, PDAs, cars and “press passes for life” – it will never happen.
2) It occurred to me as I was reading their press release that if the UN wanted to be able to “tag” and ID every person who was / is a writer, journalist, citizen journalist, reporter, blogger, etc in one smooth movement, what and how could they do this? Of course! They could host a grand globalist press party and hold it in Washington D.C., which is the grande olde “Illuminati headquarters east coast,” then invite every press, media person, and wanna-be journalist on the planet to come to their “press freedom day party.” All attendees would be surreptitiously videotaped, IDed and database flagged, every person who shows up is now on their list and in their official database.
“The better to watch over you my dear…”
3) I will wager that all attendees will be asked to fill out some sort of paperwork and will be issued “official” World UN press passes that are RFID enabled, and voila – there you have it, in one fell swoop, you have datamined all who might possibly dissent from UN policies in the future, and you have them stupidly carrying around their coveted RFID enabled “world UN press passes” so that you can follow their every move. Anyone in betting mood? I will take bets this is what they have in mind here by throwing this event.
4) Regarding the upcoming 2011 event, there is undoubtedly a grand UN / CFR “wining and dining” process going on for the hearts, souls, allegiance and minds of American and world youth. I see it everywhere. When CFR President Richard Haas had a big public press conference with Google founders in 2008 I knew what the agenda was really all about. Look how utterly cool the President of the CFR must be… up there hob-knobing with the coolest men on the planet, the executives and founders of Google: [blah, blah, blah]
5) I see the “world press freedom day 2011” event as just one more in a string of high profile globalist public events designed to woo and lure in the worldwide community of press, media and journalists who are still “not really on board yet” regarding US national sovereignty being ever so tacitly gradually usurped by the Council on Foreign Relations and the UN. People if you don’t pay attention at every turn they will slip another action, event, or other piece of orchestrated gradualism into the American mainstream, making it all seem so normal and natural, that we won’t know how it all finally happened when we wake up one morning and realize that there is NO United States of America left. We are now just another bloc in the emerging North American Union. Do your own research on this upcoming 2011 event and beware the motives behind it.
Chase Kyla Hunter
Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Public Affairs
The United States is pleased to announce that it will host UNESCO’s World Press Freedom Day event in 2011, from May 1 – May 3 in Washington, D.C. UNESCO is the only UN agency with the mandate to promote freedom of expression and its corollary, freedom of the press.
The theme for next year’s commemoration will be 21st Century Media: New Frontiers, New Barriers. The United States places technology and innovation at the forefront of its diplomatic and development efforts. New media has empowered citizens around the world to report on their circumstances, express opinions on world events, and exchange information in environments sometimes hostile to such exercises of individuals’ right to freedom of expression. At the same time, we are concerned about the determination of some governments to censor and silence individuals, and to restrict the free flow of information. We mark events such as World Press Freedom Day in the context of our enduring commitment to support and expand press freedom and the free flow of information in this digital age.
Highlighting the many events surrounding the celebration will be the awarding of the UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize at the National Press Club on May 3rd. This prize, determined by an independent jury of international journalists, honors a person, organization or institution that has notably contributed to the defense and/or promotion of press freedom, especially where risks have been undertaken.
The Newseum will host the first two days of events, which will engage a broad array of media professionals, students, and citizen reporters on themes that address the status of new media and internet freedom, and challenges and opportunities faced by media in our rapidly changing world.
The State Department looks forward to working with UNESCO and the U.S. executive committee spearheaded by the Center for International Media Assistance at the National Endowment for Democracy, IREX, and the United Nations Foundation and the many civil society organizations they have brought together in support of the organization of events unfolding in Washington.
For further information regarding World Press Freedom Day Events for program content, please visit the World Press Freedom Facebook page http://www.connect.connect.facebook.com/WPFD2011
- U.S. to host World Press Freedom Day (state.gov)
- U.S. Will Briefly Stop Persecuting Reporters to Host World Press Freedom Day [Cluelessness] (gawker.com)
- U.S. to Host World Press Freedom Day in 2011 (slog.thestranger.com)
- What Future For WikiLeaks and Julian Assange? (blogcritics.org)
- U.S. to Host World Press Freedom Day (boingboing.net)
- WikiLeaks: Julian Assange accuses Barack Obama of trying to stifle press freedom – Telegraph.co.uk (news.google.com)
- Censorship at WikiLeaks event (guardian.co.uk)
- Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested in London (towleroad.com)
- Assange charges: Consensual sex or rape? (msnbc.msn.com)
- WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested in London (time.com)
- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested in UK (boston.com)
- Britain arrests WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange (rt.com)
- Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested in London (readwriteweb.com)
- WikiLeaks’ Assange arrested in Britain: reports (marketwatch.com)
- Breaking: Julian Assange Arrested in London (minx.cc)
- Assange arrested in London – to appear in court later today (go.theregister.com)
- Julian Assange Refused Bail – Will Stay In UK Custody Until 14 Dec Extradition Hearing (techcrunch.com)
- Eric Logan: The dark side of the Web – The Globe and Mail (theglobeandmail.com)
- Julian Assange Arrested in London (online.wsj.com)
- Dianne Feinstein: Prosecute Assange Under the Espionage Act (online.wsj.com)
- Assange arrested in London (BBC) (bbc.co.uk)