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by Elmar Stellnberger

Assange´s extradition approved: Now the Home Secretary needs to decide

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Language: en,
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The Guardian has reported that a court in the UK has decided to extradite Julian Assange to the US on charges of espionage. It is now up to the home secretary to decide whether to approve or deny this. His family believes that an extradition would be tantamount to a death sentence. All of this even though Assange did actually not break any law. He has merely passed on information via Wikileaks, like what the job of a reporter is. Protecting one´s sources is also part of a reporter´s job. We have already reported on a plot to assassinate Assange and that a witness has publicly declared that the charges against Assange for active espionage are artificially fabricated. However, the court did not seem to take notice. Now it has taken the politically motivated decision to directly extradite a person declared an enemy of the United States.



Warum Deutschland im Ukrainekonflikt zurückhaltender ist

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Source: article,
Language: de,
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Lesen Sie meine Stellungnahme und warum man aus meiner Sicht nicht einmal in der jetzigen Situation eine nukleare Eskalation ganz ausschließen wird können. auch: Warum Deutschland bei einem direkten Eingreifen der Nato als erstes dran hätte sein können.



China’s Genocide against the Uighurs

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GfbV Feb 2022: Uyghur children are separated from their families and sent to boarding schools; their fathers and mothers are sent to re-education camps, tortured, raped, forcedly sterilized. Some cemeteries where their grandparents are buried are destroyed, and one has even been turned into a parking lot. Teacher Qelbinur Sidik describes the situation as follows: “… each cell was filled with 50 to 60 people. They slept directly on the concrete floor. Each was given only a thin, old blanket. The windows were covered, so the cells were dark, cold and damp. … There were no showers … Every Monday blood was taken from them and they were injected a substance. They also had to take white pills. I have seen this many times. The men were interrogated in the basement. Sometimes I heard the screams of the torture. I couldn’t bear this. … They don’t see the sun, they can’t go outside, their heads are shaved and they all wear the same clothes. …”



Interesting Inventions

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Source: info,
Language: en,
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  • Newest technological advances allow the efficient high temperature electrolysis of water which raises the energy yield from 30% to 80% (source different from this link). This should be a major breakthrough for hydrogen mobility.
  • Paper made from grass could reduce resource consumption and save forests.
  • Wind turbines with straps and generators on the ground instead of the air can be much larger and make better use of the wind, which blows stronger at altitude. In addition, floating offshore wind turbines with anchoring for the deeper sea are being implemented.
  • Microplastics can be filtered by air bubbles in sewage treatment plants. I think it would even be better to ban microplastics in cosmetics.
  • Flying cars should soon be ready for mass production.



CumEx-Whistleblower Eckart Seith Thanks his Supporters

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Three years ago a legal nightmare began for Eckart Seith. He had uncovered information about the CumEx tax fraud and informed German and Swiss authorities about the illegal activities. The Swiss, however, did not accuse the real criminals, but him instead. Last December, his time finally came: The Swiss judiciary found once only at his appeal that the prosecution of Seith’s courageous actions and the arrest warrants against Eckart Seith’s informants were wrong from the outset. The verdict is not yet final, but Eckart Seith is relieved. “Gerhard Schick, the Finanzwende and 18,000 supporters have created public support for us, which forced the Zurich judiciary to reverse after six futile attempts.”