The Fight To Live, To Tell The Truth: Free Journalism And Freedom To Exist

The Fight To Live, To Tell The Truth: Free Journalism And Freedom To Exist
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We’re living terrible times that make one wonder whether this is real life or a living hell. Following the terrible pandemic, which we already found out was orchestrated by real people of an evil nature hard to describe, we found out truths about what has been done in hospitals and nursing homes, which were supposed to save people, not kill them.

We live in times in which people are jailed for trying to warn others about crucial truths about life and about the ones who govern us and who should protect our best interests and, above all, our freedom to exist and to be well informed.

Journalism is fighting for freedom

All eyes are today on London. There’s a battle there defining the very future of democracy and freedom of speech.

A hearing is held at London’s High Court today, where two judges review a previous ruling that refused Assange permission to appeal.

Elon Musk has recently posted on X, raising awareness of Assange’s case.

People on X and from the whole media are supporting Assange:

The other day, we revealed the fact that a UN torture expert is urging the UK to halt Assange’s extradition to the US.

Here is the tweet that WikiLeaks shared on X:

The UN’s Special Rapporteur on Torture, Alice Jill Edwards, has urged the UK Government to stop the potential extradition of Julian Assange to the US. She has requested the British authorities to review Assange’s appeal, taking into account the serious concerns that he may face torture or other forms of mistreatment or punishment if extradited.

“Julian Assange suffers from a long standing and recurrent depressive disorder. He is assessed as being at risk of committing suicide. In the United States, he faces numerous charges, including under the Espionage Act of 1917 for alleged unlawful releases of diplomatic and other cables and documents via WikiLeaks. If extradited, he could be detained in prolonged isolation while awaiting trial, or as an inmate. If convicted, he could be sentenced to up to 175 years in prison,” Edwards said.

The whole world is watching. This is an important event not just for the life of Julian Assange, but for the lives of us all. Our freedom is at stake, and the freedom to report evil.

Journalists should be a huge family – tied to one another not by blood but by the same thirst for TRUTH and JUSTICE for the world.

Freedom to live is under attack

The pandemic made our lives a living hell but also showed us tragedies that some of us probably did not know even existed. I kept reporting about the massive harm that humanity has undergone during the COVID pandemic, and unfortunately, these continue to this day.

More and more people continue to report the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine that the planet has been coerced to take, and no one should have people until the people who are guilty are punished and justice is made.

I also continued to report about the Midazolam files, which involved killing our elderly in hospitals and nursing homes. All of these are subjects that have shaken this world to its core and should continue to be addressed until justice is made.


Please check out my articles about these horrible crimes addressed by people who have been harmed and whose lives were destroyed. Only with the help of true journalism that stands up for what is right in this world, the lies can surface, and maybe justice can prevail once and for all.

We have the power to change our lives, but we can only do so by fighting to regain our right to live, to speak, and to be well informed.

This is the fight of our lifetime, and the future of humanity depends on it. Don’t let the fire of justice and freedom go out by closing your eyes. Remain vigilant and alert, keep your soul, and do what is right for humanity, no matter the costs. Only together, we can defeat what is wrong and evil in this world.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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