Julian Assange To Regain His Internet Access & Communications

Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, has been granted his internet access back at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London after a meeting with two senior UN officials and Ecuador’s President, Lenin Moreno, last Friday, sparking the ‘isolation regime’ placed upon him to… Continue Reading

Pamela Anderson Speaks About Romantic Connection To Julian Assange

Pamela Anderson appeared on Fox News Sunday night with Harvey Levin to describe her “romantic connection” with Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, after visiting him in the Ecuadorian Embassy numerous times since 2016. Originally introduced to Assange by Vivienne Westwood, the… Continue Reading

WikiLeaks Reveals Pope Francis Was Appointed by Deep State in Catholic Spring

The lord and saviour, which nowadays can be referred to as “Wikileaks” (aside from Donald J. Trump), have recently revealed the answers to many people’s suspicions over the currently appointed head of the Catholic church, Pope Francis, after he has… Continue Reading

Denzel Washington: “Donald Trump’s Victory Saved Us From An Orwellian Police State”

Esteemed actor Denzel Washington, who’s most recent role in ‘Roman J. Israel, Esq.‘ earned him an Oscar nomination, spoke at a press conference in New York this weekend about how the election victory of Donald Trump prevented America from turning… Continue Reading

Sweden Finally Drops Fake Rape Charge Against Julian Assange

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for five years, due to a fabricated rape allegation from 2010, emanating from the country of Sweden. However, today Swedish investigators and prosecutors have done what they… Continue Reading

Assassinated DNC Staffer Seth Rich “Had Links” To Wikileaks/Hillary Clinton Starts A New Political Party

Time for some serious news now, coming just a day after the news that Hillary Clinton has decided to form a new political party named “Onward Together” (sounds like the socialist ‘En Marche’ Party of France), six months after her… Continue Reading