Assange Condemned For Spreading Hezbollah Leader’s Words Of Mass Destruction

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange crosses the Rubicon of supporting terrorism by choosing to spread Words of Mass Destruction by interviewing a Hezbollah Leader.

The founder of the whistleblower website WikiLeaks which has unveiled sinister evil plot after plot and lie after lie in US governments campaign of propaganda and Orwellian double speak in the War on Terror has launched a new show called “The World Tomorrow”

In the shows first episode he interviewed Hezbollah Leader Hassan Nasrallah revealing to most of the world first the first time the political viewpoint of those fighting on the opposition of the United States War on Terror.

Of course REPORTING on such viewpoints or even helping to spread those view points has been equivocated as providing support for terrorism and those who defy the censorship of such viewpoints are treated as part of Al-Qaeda’s network of terrorist supporters.

That isn’t hyperbole either. The federal government has ALREADY charged people for providing support to terrorists for doing nothing more than uploading videos that contain the message of the “enemies” in the War on Terror.

Even worse than just charges is the outright assassination of people who have done nothing more than spread such “propaganda” through the use of drone strikes and covert operations.

Julian Assange now JOINS the ranks of such people by helping disseminate such messages by interviewing a leader of Hezbollah and by doing such he is being deemed as a traitor for engaging in the proliferation of words of mass destruction.

The United States has worked long and hard to make sure that the public does not hear the message of Al-Qaeda or other terrorist groups and for the first time Assange is now bringing that message to the masses.

Assange ‘traitor’, show ‘foul’ – The World Tomorrow sparks media frenzy

It was a debut destined to stir up a media storm – the much anticipated show by Julian Assange finally burst onto TV screens around the globe – with controversy not only about the host but his guests as well. Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, whose identity was kept secret until broadcast – was the first person interviewed by the world’s most prominent whistleblower.

Watch the first episode yourself:

Julian Assange’s The World Tomorrow: Hassan Nasrallah (E1)

Hezbollah urged the Syrian opposition to engage in dialogue with Assad’s regime, but they refused. Hezbollah leader Sayyid Nasrallah CONFIRMED this in his first interview in 6 years, the world premiere of Julian Assange’s ‘The World Tomorrow’ on RT.

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Infowar REPORTS on Assange’s first episode:

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has made a CAREER out of feeding the media with millions of documents, as well as being interviewed on his political situation, both of which have landed him in hot water with the US State Department and the British Foreign Office. Following 500 days awaiting extradition under house arrest in rural Great Britain, Assange has managed to turn the media tables, with Russia Today initiating him the host of their new talk show, The World Tomorrow.

In media terms, Assange has managed to catch a very BIG FISH. His debut guest is not just any political heavyweight, but one whom every western journalist would love to get in front of the camera, but have failed to, mainly because from the West’s perspective, Hezbollah Leader Hassan Nasrallah has been a “no-go area” – categorically classed as an international terrorist by the US, UK, NATO allies and of course, Israel.

In a fairly candid and insightful interview with Nasrallah, the two men cover a NUMBER of subjects including the Syrian proxy war, the Palestinian occupation, religion and the wider nature of geopolitics in the Middle East.

For alternative media audiences, it will certainly be encouraging to see a network like RT take on such an ambitious PROGRAM, and no doubt, RT will be the target of incredible criticism from the US, Israel and its allies in the weeks and months to come for airing such an interview.

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