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It is now four years since Julian Assange was imprisoned in Belmarsh’s high-security prison in London and eleven since he was forced into hiding in the Ecuadorean Embassy in the same city. But even before then, the Australian publisher and WikiLeaks co-founder has been under relentless attack from powerful bodies his organization exposed. Today in “The Watchdog” studio, Lowkey is joined by Assange’s wife Stella. Stella Assange is a South-African born lawyer and human rights defender. Her most famous case is undoubtedly that of her husband, whom she married in 2022. For years, Stella has tirelessly traveled the world raising awareness of Julian’s situation. Before marrying Julian, she attained degrees from the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) in London and from the University of Oxford. For Lowkey, Assange’s brilliance was taking his anti-war passions and finding a way to directly work with units within the U.S. military to make the public aware of the illegal, immoral, and deeply unpopular decisions being taken in our name.
Last year I published an article about Elon Musk purchasing Twitter, and his desire to turn it into an "everything app" similar to the Chinese WeChat app, which is the main app China uses to combine social media, digital identity, vaccination and medical status, criminal history, tracking and surveillance, digital currency, shopping, carbon footprint, and other digital information. We also reported that several large foreign Twitter investors had received access to confidential information about the social network, possibly including its users' personal data and financial statistics as part of Elon Musk's deal on his Twitter acquisition. Musk's plans to turn Twitter into an "everything app" that would provide new levels of tracking individuals is apparently becoming a reality, as Musk changed the name of Twitter to "X" earlier this week. Forbes reported: "Elon Musk’s abrupt decision to do away with Twitter’s iconic blue bird and rebrand as “X” erased one of social media’s most recognizable brands overnight and potentially killed billions in brand value, but marketing and branding experts told Forbes the unconventional and seemingly reckless strategy signals the start of Musk’s promised “everything app” and could have more to it than meets the eye. The change was unsurprising—Musk has been open about his ambition to build an “everything app” like China’s WeChat and has already changed the business name to X Corp—but it was sudden." Like Sam Altman's WorldID and WorldCoin, the U.S. Government may soon be using "X" to distribute things like Universal Basic Income ("Free" money) in return for biometric scans of various parts of your body.
The REAL horrors of child sex trafficking are so terrible and evil, that there is no reason to dramatize it, as Sound of Freedom does. I continue to be attacked and ridiculed for publishing the truth about this fictional movie, with one person suggesting that I must actually support child sex trafficking if I am publishing negative reviews of Sound of Freedom. This movie is very clearly a psyop and distraction from the REAL child sex trafficking that is occurring with young children who are also often murdered for their organs and body parts. This is happening in Ukraine, for example, and we have exposed this evil. But the documentary published in 2021 by Polish film producer Patryk Vega titled "Eyes of the Devil," is by far the most graphic description of child sex trafficking and organ harvesting I have ever watched. It has been viewed by over 7 million people in Polish, and several more million people in the English version. It is NOT dramatized. It is a true documentary. This is the film to watch if you want to truly know about child sex trafficking, but most of you probably cannot handle a film like this.
According to Wikipedia, North American Masonic lodges have created the Masonic Child Identification Programs (CHIP) as a charitable endeavor to help locate and identify missing children. The Grand Lodge provides financial assistance for CHIP programs, which are run by volunteers from lower-level lodges and are manned by law enforcement and dentistry professionals. The CHIP programs give parents the option to free-of-charge assemble an identification kit for their child. The kit includes a tooth impression card, a DNA sample, a VHS video, computer disk, or DVD of the child, a fingerprint card, and a physical description of the child. In the event that a kid is reported missing, the kit’s goal is to give the general public and law authorities access to vital information. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has praised the initiative.
Peeping Tom Neighbors? New Doorbell Camera Links to Social Media Accounts and Uses Facial Recognition
Gullible and ignorant Americans are putting more and more of their private lives online often in exchange for the promise of more "security." Big Tech and law enforcement agencies want to thank those of you participating in their plans to create a complete police state where they can track every aspect of your lives through "smart" devices and homes, as you voluntarily surrender all the data of your personal lives to them. When the next "pandemic" or other national emergency false flag event happens, it will be much easier to lock down the public, especially in the cities, as you give them direct livestream access to your homes and neighborhoods. Irvinei is the latest startup technology company to enter the home doorbell camera market, and their technology goes a step further than current doorbell camera systems, as it allows one to link their social media accounts to the doorbell camera system, and it also uses facial recognition so it can identify almost anyone who comes to one's door, whether they consent to be recorded by the doorbell camera system or not.
Veterans on Patrol has Rescued Thousands of Children Sexually Trafficked in the U.S. – Appeals for More Volunteers
I have written 2 articles on the blockbuster movie Sound of Freedom, a movie that has already grossed over $85 million in less than two weeks since its release on the big screen, and these articles have received tens of thousands of readers in the past few days, even though the movie does not expose child sex trafficking in the U.S., does not name the names of those funding this child sex trafficking network, and has no call to action to stop it. By way of contrast, I have exposed where much of the child sex trafficking in the U.S. is happening, with a recently published story of a man who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing young children through the foster care system, as well as an update on the ongoing lawsuits against Jeffrey Epstein's child sex trafficking network, which DOES name names, and these two articles have received far fewer views than the Sound of Freedom film articles. In this article I am publishing today, about a group who has actually done something about child sex trafficking in the U.S., I suspect that it too will receive far fewer readers than the articles about the movie Sound of Freedom, even though this is an article about a group that has actually rescued thousands of women and children from sex trafficking right here in the U.S. during the past 7 years, and could probably rescue many more if people would join their efforts to expose and chase out the child sex traffickers neighborhood by neighborhood all across the U.S., rather than sitting in a theater and watching a movie about child sex trafficking outside the U.S.
The automotive industry is moving quickly now to take away one of the last freedoms most Americans still have: the ability to get in one's own vehicle and drive anywhere one wants, whenever they want to. In an announcement this week, Biometric Update reported that almost all of the major automakers have either recently announced or have already patented facial recognition technologies that will require drivers to supply a scanned image of their faces in order to use their autos in the near future.
JPMorgan Chase Files a Notice of Appeal in Jeffrey Epstein Case to Prevent All Future Lawsuits Against the Child Sex Trafficker
While the nation was obsessed with the movie Sound of Freedom this past week, which claims to expose the child sex trafficking industry (although it actually does not), the biggest news story of the week regarding child sex trafficking, a story that actually names names, went largely unnoticed. After searching through the Corporate News and Alternative News feeds for the past week, as far as I can tell, Pam Martens of Wall Street on Parade was the only one who covered this story, and it is extremely significant for anyone who wants to see justice served in the child sex trafficking industry. Most of the Corporate News reported that there had been a settlement reached for $290 million between JPMorgan Chase Bank and the victims who are suing Chase Bank for funding Jeffrey Epstein's child sex trafficking network. Martens, who is a former Wall Street insider and is also a true investigative reporter, did not just regurgitate the Corporate News reports about this proposed settlement, but actually went out and got a copy of a "petition to appeal" to the settlement that Chase Bank's attorneys have filed. Not only are Chase Bank's attorneys challenging the settlement, they are proposing language in their appeal that would potentially prevent anyone else from ever suing Jeffrey Epstein's associates, including potentially preventing government officials such as State Attorney Generals and their right to sue Epstein associates for crimes committed in their State. This would be a huge blow to the victims of Jeffrey Epstein's child sex trafficking atrocities in their ability to sue any of Epstein's former associates who may have potentially participated in this child sex trafficking crime syndicate, which includes most of the leaders in the U.S. today who are running the country, including former U.S. Presidents and current U.S. Presidential candidates. At this point, I think it is fair to ask the question: Is there anybody in a position of power in the U.S. today who has NOT been part of Jeffrey Epstein's child sex trafficking network?
57 Banks and Financial Institutions Certified for FedNow Instant Payments – Fed President Admits Withdrawals Can be Limited
57 "early adopter organizations" have now been certified to participate in the U.S. Federal Reserve's FedNow instant payments program that will be rolled out later this month (July, 2023). Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester stated yesterday that the FedNow program "should help ensure financial stability should bank stress arise," by limiting withdrawals. Last month (June, 2023), I reported how The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), an organization linked to the Federal Reserve, published a warning to consumers stating that funds held in popular online payment apps, such as Paypal, Cash App, and Venmo, lack FDIC insurance and should be transferred to “insured banks and credit unions.” I posed the question as to whether or not the Fed was getting ready to eliminate these apps in favor of FedNow, and wrote: "The Fed is basically warning you ahead of time that you are going to lose that money if you keep it there." And sure enough, Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester did address this issue in her update on FedNow yesterday, stating that "it may seem more efficient to have fewer rails for smaller-transaction payments."
Most of the World Opposes the U.S. in Decision to Send to Ukraine Cluster Bombs that were Banned by Bush but Reinstated by Trump
President Biden’s decision to arm Ukraine with cluster bombs has sparked rare Democratic criticism of his proxy war with Russia, and some of the US’s top NATO allies have also spoken out against the move. “The decision by the Biden administration to transfer cluster munitions to Ukraine is unnecessary and a terrible mistake,” said Rep. Betty McCollum (D-MN), the top Democrat on the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense, according to Politico. “The legacy of cluster bombs is misery, death and expensive cleanup generations after their use … These weapons should be eliminated from our stockpiles, not dumped in Ukraine,” she added. Nineteen House progressives issued a joint statement condemning the move. “Cluster munitions have been banned by nearly 125 countries under the United Nations Convention on Cluster Munitions because of the indiscriminate harm they cause, including mass civilian injury and death,” the statement said. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) signed on to the statement and criticized President Biden’s decision in an appearance on CNN. “Cluster bombs should never be used. That’s crossing a line,” Lee said. NATO allies Spain, the UK, and Canada, all parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions, have warned against providing Ukraine with cluster munitions. A 2008 Defense Department directive signed by former US President George W. Bush instructed the military to remove all but a tiny fraction of its cluster munition arsenal by 2018 until safer versions, with an unexploded ordnance rate of under 1%, could be created. After the Pentagon failed to develop reliable cluster munitions despite investing millions of dollars, then-President Donald Trump rescinded the Bush-era order in 2017.