Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters Sends Support to Julian Assange at Berlin Concert
Guest post by Joe Hoft
At this weekend’s concert in Berlin, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters announced his support for Julian Assange on monitors around the arena.
Yesterday the twitter account for Wikileaks broadcast support for Julian Assange from Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters before his concert –
The neon red text, which read “Resist the attempted silencing of Julian Assange,” was projected onto a black backdrop before his concert on Saturday night. Waters, who is known for making radical political statements on stage, is an admirer of Assange and has previously featured images of the whistleblower in his shows.
Julian Assange is the leader and founder of WikiLeaks which is known for releasing information from around the world to the public in an attempt to help the public become more aware of the goings on of the world elites. Assange is currently held up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London under what in essence is house arrest. He is there knowing if he steps outside he will be arrested and sent to the US for charges related to Assange’s release of Deep State information.
Roger Waters concert last night in Berlin #PinkFloyd
“Resist the attempted silencing of @JulianAssange” pic.twitter.com/2dQw61VpB1
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) June 3, 2018
Assange released Hillary Clinton campaign manager, creepy John Podesta’s emails, and DNC emails before the 2016 election. The emails showed numerous corrupt and pay for play transactions between the Clinton Foundation and foreign entities. They also showed the DNC supported Hillary and prevented Bernie Sanders from winning the Democrat primaries.
When released, the Clinton campaign, Deep State FBI , DOJ and other Obama government agencies claimed that the Russians hacked Hillary’s emails but this was never proven. The FBI has yet to inspect the DNC servers but sticks to this line.