Hi all. New on board and just a concerned Aussie in what the USA is doing to our citizens and our lapdog “leaders” that allow it to happen. Anyone heard that the CIA have been given access to Assange in UK prison and administered psychotrophic drugs??
Former Intelligence Veteran USAF Lt-Col Kwiatkowski follows up on her article wherein she said an insider source told her Assange was being questioned in Belmarsh by American interrogators and that he’d been hospitalised twice, apparently induced by psychotropics. She’s not backing away from her wordsKwiatkowski’s original assertion came out after Kristin Hrafnsson and Pam Anderson had visited Assange, so some people disbelieved her statement because Hrafnsson and Anderson had said nothing that might overtly confirm her assertion.
But if we read Anderson’s post-visit Der Spiegel interview carefully https://www.spiegel.de/panorama/leute/julian-assange-pamela-anderson-spricht-ueber-besuch-im-gefaengnis-a-1266665.html we note a few salient points:
Anderson reports that she and K.H. are specifically told at the prison ‘not to make things more difficult’ for Assange - the kind of chilling warning that causes one to talk guardedly?;
Note how she reports that ‘microphones were taped onto the walls’ and guards repeatedly walked in and out;
Note how deliberately she writes: “He is not complaining about his conditions. We are”;
She notes that he’s “lost about 10kg” and that his stomach was upset for two weeks when “he could keep nothing down”.
This speaks to quite dramatic illness. Many people who have a bout of gastro and may lose 2 or 3kg … but 10kg??
IF J.A had suffered this sudden illness and significant weight loss due to forced pharmaceutical interventions, the bald facts about “upset stomach” and “couldn’t keep anything down” might be as much as he could say about it, given the warnings, the microphones and the guards.
Psychotropics are mentioned by KK: side effects of some psychotropics (like BZ) are indeed ‘nausea and vomiting’. Any combo of psychotropic and amnesiac drugs can/could be used, of course, if anyone’s read the memoirs of freed Guantanamo prisoners (eg The General: The ordinary man who challenged Guantanamo - written by Ahmed Errachidi, Gillian Slovo) wherein they tell how they were constantly administered unnamed body and mind-altering pharmaceuticals (to break them/induce false statements)
P.A. notes that J.A. specifically asked her to “save my life”
Exiting the prison, P.A. and K.Hrafnsson both used the phrase “a life and death situation”.
Hrafnsson is a discreet, quietly-spoken Scandinavian not given to hyperbole. He’s recently raised his voice and spoken out with uncharacteristic anger and emotion i.r.o Assange’s situation - and apologised for his tone, because it is far from his usual style.