Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) said he’ll ask Joe Biden to evaluate the case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, saying it’s an “embarrassment for the whole world” that he’s “treated worse than a criminal” for doing true journalism.

“Julian Assange is the best journalist of our time in the world and he has been treated very unfairly, worse than a criminal — this is an embarrassment to the world,” Obrador said Tuesday during a news conference in Mexico City.

Assange is awaiting extradition to the U.S. from the Belmarsh prison in London, England, where he’ll face espionage charges for exposing classified military documents revealing a slew of wrongdoing by the U.S. government during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“And freedoms? Are we going to remove the Statue of Liberty from New York?” Obrador asked.

“Yes, I am going to ask Joe Biden to address the case of the founder of WikiLeaks. Humanism must prevail. Mexico opens the doors to Julian Assange in case it is decided to release him,” he added.

After exposing the U.S. government’s war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq in 2011, Assange was charged under the Espionage Act in a politically motivated attack on free speech.

The UK government approved Assange’s extradition last week, which Assange has 14 days to appeal. If convicted in the U.S, he faces up to 175 years in prison.

Notably, the U.S. government plotted to assassinate Assange while he was sitting in prison, which former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been asked to answer for by a Spanish court.

AMLO said in January that he had requested a pardon of Assange from Trump before he left office.

Obrador is scheduled to meet with Joe Biden in July.

AMLO’s full remarks (in Spanish):


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Food riot risks continue to soar worldwide as the head of the food-aid branch of the United Nations halved meal rations for refugees. 

On Monday, David Beasley, director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), released a statement detailing “the heartbreaking decision to cut food rations for refugees who rely on us for their survival.”

“As global hunger soars way beyond the resources available to feed all the families who desperately need WFP’s help, we are being forced to make the heartbreaking decision to cut food rations for refugees who rely on us for their survival,” Beasley said. 

Beasley pointed out that WFP already “significantly reduced” rations across its operating areas, indicating cuts up to 50% are affecting 75% of all refugees supported by WFP in Eastern Africa, including Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan, and Uganda. 

He said “severe funding constraints” has forced WFP to “significantly reduce rations for refugees living in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, and Niger.”

“Despite generous support from donors, resourcing remains insufficient to meet the very basic needs of refugee households and imminent disruptions are expected in Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Republic of Congo, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe,” the statement read. 

“Without urgent new funds to support refugees – one of the world’s most vulnerable and forgotten groups of people – many facing starvation will be forced to pay with their lives,” Beasley warned.

Beasley’s statement shouldn’t surprise readers because we’ve detailed in length that this would happen as many vulnerable countries were already on the brink of food shortages. 

WFP warned in April about the toxic combination of food disruptions due to the Ukraine conflict and soaring food inflation that has created an unprecedented global food crisis that is only worsening. 

“This, coupled with devastating conflict and climate extremes, is hitting refugees the hardest,” WFP said. 

Bloomberg Economics recently outlined Nigeria, India, Colombia, the Philippines, and Turkey are countries to monitor for food riots. Peru and Sri Lanka have already been two countries undergoing social instability. Notice global food prices are above 2010/11 Arab Spring levels. 

Last week, Beasley said hundreds of millions of people around the globe are “marching towards starvation.” 

The shortage of essential food staples putting millions of lives in jeopardy and risk destabilizing countries will be a top threat through at least 2023 as the 2022 Northern Hemisphere planting season could underwhelm in terms of the harvest due to the Ukraine conflict and resulting Western sanctions on Russia, soaring energy and fertilizer costs, and climate woes plaguing agriculturally rich areas. 

As a reminder, Rockefeller Foundation President Rajiv Shah initiated the six-month countdown to a “massive, immediate food crisis” in April. 

Americans are being deliberately deprived of food and energy as part of the Globalist Great Reset.

In a move that highlights the stupidity of Wimbledon’s ban on Russian and Belarusian tennis players, one competitor has changed her nationality from Russian to Georgian and is now being allowed to compete again.

The Times of London reports that Natela Dzalamidze, a 29-year-old doubles player ranked No 44 in the world, managed to switch her nationality to Georgian before the deadline for registering to compete at the grand slam tournament in London.

The report further notes that the All England Club, the venue for Wimbledon, “insisted today that it had no involvement in Dzalamidze’s change of nationality,” and is powerless to stop her from competing.

The repot adds that “The verification process is conducted through the WTA and the ITFTennis.”

The report further notes that Dzalamidze was born in Moscow on February 27, 1993, and it isn’t clear what connection she has to Georgia.

Dzalamidze has said that she had already decided to change her nationality before Wimbledon announced the ban in April.

“I am definitely against the situation which is going on in Ukraine,” Dzalamidze told The Times, adding “I am for peace all around the world and I believe that in the 21st century people are able to find a diplomatic way to solve the problems.”

She added “I feel so disappointed for all other Russian sportspeople who are not competing, adding “Other than tennis and chess, most sports have banned Russians, which I think is super unfair because none of them have done anything.”

“This is not the mistake of professional athletes. As a sportsperson I have always had a close relationship with Ukrainians. People want to hear something from us but we do not have an influence on this situation,” the athlete continued.

As we previously highlighted, former world number one tennis player Daniil Medvedev will not be able to compete at Wimbledon. Medvedev was first threatened with exclusion by the British government from the tournament unless he denounced Vladimir Putin, despite already having said he is against the war.

Ukrainian tennis star Elina Svitolina also demanded that Russian and Belarusian players be subjected to ideological purity tests before they are allowed to compete in international tournaments.

The issue became a moot one as far as Wimbledon goes when the All England Club decided to impose a blanket ban on Russians and Belarusians.

The decision supersedes an earlier directive by tennis authorities the ITF, WTA and ATP which said that Russian and Belarusian players could continue to appear at tour events, but only as neutrals and without displaying national colors.

Fellow Russian top 30 men’s players Andrey Rublev, Karen Khachanov and Aslan Karatsev will also miss out, as will former women’s world number one Victoria Azarenka and current number four Aryna Sabalenka.

Elite players including Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, who has faced his own cancelation problems, have branded the decision as “unfair” and “crazy”.

Medvedev himself warned that Wimbledon’s decision to ban all Russian and Belarusian players from this year’s tournament sets the precedent that sporting authorities can eliminate competitors for their political views.


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Ukrainian authorities have banned the country’s main opposition party and seized all its assets, once again undermining the narrative that President Zelensky is presiding over a beacon of democracy.

The country’s Ministry of Justice announced the move via Facebook, revealing that the Opposition Platform — For Life had been shut down and its assets, money and property transferred to the state.

The party had previously had its operations suspended in March after it was accused of being complicit with Russia and being “anti-Ukrainian.”

The ban means that Zelensky’s main political opposition has been eliminated. The OPPL was the second largest party in the country and its popularity surpassed that of Zelensky’s Servant of the People party last year.

Its leader Viktor Medvedchuk, who claims he is merely looking out for the interests of the Ukrainian people by seeking better relations with Russia, was placed under house arrest last month.

The announcement said the party was suspected of acting to “undermine the sovereignty” of Ukraine, with authorities have already banned 10 other political opposition parties for the same reason.

Last month, President Zelensky signed a bill into law that gave the green light to ban any party that challenged the government’s policy on the Russian invasion, empowering courts to seize assets without the right to appeal.

While opposition parties are being obliterated, Ukrainians who engage in dissent are also being rounded up and arrested by armed men from the Ukraine Security Service.

As we previously highlighted, Ukraine is also attempting to extradite and imprison citizens who live in other European countries if they criticize Zelensky.

Meanwhile, President Zelensky is still being hailed by western legacy media outlets as a valiant defender of democracy in contrast to the brutal autocratic dictators who control Russia.

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Climate-crazy Germany is now being forced to burn more coal for energy after Russia dramatically reduced the country’s supply of gas.

Despite the country’s obsession with climate-crazy policy decisions, Germany has announced that it will be forced to rely more heavily on coal for its electricity supply after Russia reduced the amount of gas it will supply to the country.

This has left the central European state in a very precarious situation regarding energy security, a predicament that was predicted by former U.S. President Donald Trump back in 2018 over the fact that the country was overly reliant on energy exports provided by Moscow.

While Trump was laughed at for his warning at the time, it appears that the former American head of state has been vindicated, with an article published by Deutsche Welle on Sunday reporting that the seismic reduction in the amount of gas being supplied by Russia has left Germany facing a potential energy crisis

As a result, Germany will now be forced to ration gas while increasing its reliance on coal — the bete-noire for environmentalists — for the purposes of generating electricity.

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Last year, media reported that US officials had allegedly discussed the possibility of assassinating Julian Assange during his stay in the Ecuadorian embassy in London in 2017.

The alleged plot presupposed kidnapping the WikiLeaks founder from the diplomatic mission or capturing him if he tried to escape.

Mike Pompeo, the former US secretary of state, has been summoned by a Spanish court to testify over claims the US had plotted “at the highest level” to assassinate WikiLeaks whistleblower Julian Assange, reported The Telegraph.

Judge Pedraz had sent a request to US authorities to call Pompeo as a witness, a spokesman for Spain’s National Court was cited by The Telegraph as saying, adding that, “There has been no reply as yet.” 

Judge Santiago Pedraz, of Spain’s National Court, is leading a probe into whether Spanish security firm UC Global spied on Assange while providing security for the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

The Australian citizen had sought refuge at the embassy in 2012 in order to avoid extradition to Sweden on rape charges, which he denies. The whistleblower remained there until April 2019, when Ecuador’s new government revoked his asylum.Lawyers representing Assange in Spain, including the former judge Baltasar Garzón, have accused Washington of “orchestrating” the espionage effort targeting the whistleblower.

The claim that UC Global placed microphones and cameras in the embassy to spy on Assange’s private conversations and meetings.

The legal moves involving Mike Pompeo come as part of a petition filed by Aitor Martínez, one of the lawyers representing Assange in the proceedings against UC Global. In addition to summoning Pompeo, Judge Pedraz is also seeking to question William Evanina, a former US counterintelligence official who is said to have confessed to viewing security camera footage and audio recordings from inside the Ecuadorian Embassy.

‘Vengeance on Assange’

Last November Yahoo News had claimed that senior CIA and then-president Donald Trump administration officials had discussed at the “highest levels” the possibility of kidnapping or killing Julian Assange, who was then holed up at Ecuador’s embassy in London.

Mike Pompeo, who was the director of the CIA under republican POTUS Donald Trump from 2017 to 2018, “wanted vengeance on Assange”, according to one cited former national security official.

The furious reaction was said to have been triggered by the publication by WikiLeaks of documents known as Vault 7.

The leak – deplored as “the largest data loss in CIA history” -revealed how the CIA would hack Apple and Android mobile phones in overseas spying operations.

Speculative options allegedly considered by senior officials at the time were prompted by fears that Assange might try to escape the embassy hidden in a laundry cart. There were also concerns that Russia might try to bail Assange out of the UK and whisk him off to Moscow.

“We had all sorts of reasons to believe he was contemplating getting the hell out of there,” a source was cited by Yahoo News as saying, adding, “It was going to be like a prison break movie.”

Furthermore, according to a former senior counterintelligence official, “there was a discussion with the Brits about turning the other cheek or looking the other way when a team of guys went inside and did a rendition. “But the British said: ‘No way, you’re not doing that on our territory, that ain’t happening.’” 

No plans were ever approved, reported Yahoo, claiming that White House lawyers had also raised concerns about the legality of such a “plot.”

Mike Pompeo refused to confirm the veracity of the report, saying during an appearance on Megyn Kelly’s podcast in 2021: “I can’t say much about this other than whoever those 30 people who allegedly spoke to one of these [Yahoo News] reporters — they should all be prosecuted for speaking about classified activity inside the Central Intelligence Agency.”

However, he confirmed that “pieces of it are true,” in reference to a CIA campaign to target WikiLeaks in the aftermath of the organization’s publication of highly sensitive docs.

“When bad guys steal those secrets we have a responsibility to go after them, to prevent [that] from happening,” Pompeo said.However, the report on the alleged plot targeting Assange spurred his lawyer, Barry Pollack, to call on UK court in 2021 to consider the information and allow it to “further bolster its decision not to extradite to the US.”As we now know, this did not happen.

‘Accomplice to US’

WikiLeaks, founded by Julian Assange on 4 October 2006, rose to prominence in 2010 when it began to publish leaks of classified government information, especially from the US.

Ever since WikiLeaks made public thousands of classified documents that shed light on war crimes committed by American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, Assange has been wanted by the US for alleged violations of the country’s Espionage Act.

Assange has been on remand at the Belmarsh high-security prison in southeast London since October 2020, after serving an 11-month sentence for breach of bail after staying in the Ecuadorean embassy in London for seven years.

The journalist had entered the building in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden to face sex offence allegations which he has always denied.

However, in 2019, two years after the Swedish prosecutor dropped the case against Assange, Ecuador revoked his citizenship, greenlighting UK police to enter the embassy to arrest him.In April, the UK Westminster Magistrate’s Court formally approved the extradition of Assange to the United States.

In May, Assange’s defense filed a representation to UK Home Secretary Priti Patel to block his extradition. However, on 17 June Priti Patel approved Julian Assange’s extradition to the US to face trial, with WikiLeaks slamming her as an “accomplice to the US’.

The decision to extradite him has been roundly condemned by several countries, including Russia and China, and a plethora of rights activists. Assange is set to appeal the decision.

China imported a record volume of Russian crude in May, with arrivals surging by 55 percent to nearly 2 million barrels per day (bpd). This has made Russia the top oil supplier to the world’s leading crude importer—putting it ahead of Saudi Arabia for the first time in a year and a half.   A record volume of cheap Russian oil, which sells at steep discounts to crude from other countries, made its way to Chinese refiners last month, according to figures from China’s General Administration of Customs cited by Reuters.

China imported 1.98 million bpd of Russian crude oil in May, up by 55 percent from May last year and up from 1.59 million bpd of Russian oil imported in April 2022, the data showed. 

The high purchases of Russian oil outstripped supply from Saudi Arabia, Russia’s partner in the OPEC+ deal. Chinese imports of Saudi crude averaged 1.84 million bpd in May, up by 9 percent compared to May 2021, but down from 2.17 million bpd imported in April, according to the data cited by Reuters. 

Thanks to the increased shipments of cheap crude to China, Russia became the top supplier to the world’s biggest oil importer for the first time in 19 months, per Reuters estimates. 

Russia has been increasingly selling its crude to China and India after Western buyers shun Russian oil and the EU—Russia’s top oil customer before the war in Ukraine—prepares to launch a phased-out embargo on seaborne imports from Russia by the end of the year. 

Russia is also estimated to have overtaken Saudi Arabia to become India’s second-largest supplier of crude oil in May. The average daily rate of Russian oil exports to India stood at 819,000 barrels last month, compared with 277,000 bpd in April.  

Half of Russia’s crude is headed east to Asia. This compares to 75 percent of Russia’s oil exports which were being shipped to Europe earlier this year, Alexander Dyukov, chief executive of Gazprom Neft, said last week.

Still, analysts doubt that the Asian market can absorb all 4 million bpd of oil that Russia was sending to Europe before the Russian invasion of Ukraine. 

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German TV is admitting what’s become increasingly obvious: the West is in denial that Russia has all but won its military conflict with Ukraine.

A guest of the German talk show program “Maischberger” laid out how European leaders are getting humiliated on the world stage as they continue to prosecute the war in Ukraine against Russia that can no longer be won.

“I am afraid we are now faced with a situation where we now have to face an uncomfortable truth,” said journalist Wolfram Weimer last week. “And that is that Russia has won this war.”

“Now, our chancellor is working with this language template: ‘Russia must not win this war. Ukraine must win,’” Weimer continued.

“I’m just wondering where this is headed politically, because in fact Russia has practically conquered the Donbas in just a matter of a few days. The area gains are huge, they are about as big as Holland and Belgium put together. The land connection to Crimea is there. That means, how is Russia supposed to lose this war now?”

Weimer went on to say that Ukraine “does not have the strength” to militarily fight Russia despite receiving billions of dollars of weapons and assistance from the West, and that Russia is “also winning the international game of sanctions.”

“The Chinese have jumped on Russia, the Indians are doing business like never before with Russia, important emerging countries like Brazil and South Africa have left the West — and the federal chancellor has a trip to South Africa, he was embarrassed on the open stage, they don’t want sanctions. They don’t even want to talk about a war of aggression.”

Weimer pointed out that French President Emmanuel Macron’s conciliatory rhetoric of reaching a truce with Russia is a signal that Europe has lost political ground over the Ukraine conflict.

“That means we have also lost this international struggle for the majority. And I’m afraid we have to admit that, and because I assume that Macron’s initiative is based on realpolitick insight, we cannot win this war, we have to end it as quickly as possible and that is also of great value to start a diplomatic initiative,” Weimer said.

“That’s what I actually expect from our federal government, precisely because it was so reluctant to keep the channel to Moscow open, Berlin actually has to present a peace plan and I hope the trip to Kiev will result in [German Chancellor Olaf Scholz] doing so,” he concluded.

The West’s sanctions against Russia have backfired spectacularly.

The Russian ruble is now at a 5-year high against the U.S. dollar, and European nations have been forced to cut back on increasingly expensive oil and natural gas that was previously supplied by Russia.

And as Weimer noted, China, India, and other non-Western countries have ramped up commerce with Russia since the sanctions came into effect.

Meanwhile, because of Ukraine and Russia’s key roles in global food production – namely wheat and fertilizers – food prices in the U.S. and Europe have spiked dramatically.

The majority of Americans don’t support U.S. intervention in the Ukraine war, and are much more worried about poor government leadership, soaring inflation, and high gas prices, according to a recent Statista poll.

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