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Pink Floyd's Roger Waters: WHOLE WORLD Must Focus on Julian Assange Arrest!

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posted on Apr, 17 2019 @ 09:41 PM
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Pink Floyd's Roger Waters: WHOLE WORLD Must Focus on Julian Assange Arrest!

Yes. But not on the arrest.
Assange is headed for his day in court.
Innocent or Guilty.
Period
He will now have his chance.




posted on Apr, 17 2019 @ 10:01 PM
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I respect and agree with most everything he had to say. It's very difficult to argue with common sense and reason. Rodger has alway been one of the most political musicians in the business. He is a very intelligent guy and someone I've always had great respect for as a person and musician. There was a lot of truth in what he had to say. He can be one arrogant SOB though.



posted on Apr, 17 2019 @ 10:09 PM
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a reply to: kloejen

I like Roger waters but he really should concentrate on the conditions of his release and his meds.lol

Cheers - Dave



posted on Apr, 17 2019 @ 10:27 PM
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a reply to: thedigirati

Ha, at least as smart as Sanders..lol
Seriously though, Rogers is very sharp, and add world/life experience



posted on Apr, 17 2019 @ 11:40 PM
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originally posted by: XAnarchistX
But he Hates Trump, and Israel...he is a celebrity so probably a part of the Luciferian Satanic leftists cult
do you love him or hate him,



Lots of assumptions there... Hate against Israel or Trump seems to be very subjective these days. Merely thinking that Trump is making bad decisions, or that Israel's government is not moral in regards to Palestine can often lend one the title of "anti-Semite", or the new term, "Trump Derangement Syndrome".

Left or right. A lot of people are falling into the trap of group-think. The right thinks they are above this because they point out the left's flaws...

Now people are saying I have TDS on ATS because I dare question trump or disagree with him...

Just because you call out the left, doesn't make you any less of a group-think person. Or a person that requires to label others to form an opinion.
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posted on Apr, 17 2019 @ 11:46 PM
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originally posted by: vonclod
a reply to: thedigirati

Ha, at least as smart as Sanders..lol
Seriously though, Rogers is very sharp, and add world/life experience


Some people refuse to take in another's opinion unless it coincides with their own
. Or in other words, Trump is a god and ya'll are crazy liberals if you think otherwise.



posted on Apr, 18 2019 @ 01:51 AM
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Russia Today plus aged rock star who most people over 50 won't recognise. I just don't agree with them.

Assange needs to clear his name and fight his corner, as he has constantly done when so forced. He exhausted the extraction process to Sweden, and failed in his attempt to get his arrest warrant for skipping bail over-turned on account he was not a "normal" person.

Currently he's running with legal process in the UK for his offence of skipping bail and will appear in court on the 2nd May. Then, if Sweden don't want him, he'll doubtlessly have to face a long extradition process to the US, with appeals, just like anyone wanted by another state. In any extradition in the UK the proceedings are public. Indeed, the public will be allowed in the court of the 2nd May.

He cannot escape legal process just because he's a celebrity, regardless of the rights and wrongs of his past. The belief that he can just be released is an affront to the law.



posted on Apr, 18 2019 @ 01:59 AM
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originally posted by: paraphi
Russia Today plus aged rock star who most people over 50 won't recognise. I just don't agree with them.

Assange needs to clear his name and fight his corner, as he has constantly done when so forced. He exhausted the extraction process to Sweden, and failed in his attempt to get his arrest warrant for skipping bail over-turned on account he was not a "normal" person.

Currently he's running with legal process in the UK for his offence of skipping bail and will appear in court on the 2nd May. Then, if Sweden don't want him, he'll doubtlessly have to face a long extradition process to the US, with appeals, just like anyone wanted by another state. In any extradition in the UK the proceedings are public. Indeed, the public will be allowed in the court of the 2nd May.

He cannot escape legal process just because he's a celebrity, regardless of the rights and wrongs of his past. The belief that he can just be released is an affront to the law.


Using the usual "It's RT" so i don't care reasoning?

How do you think that makes any sense?

I would think you should have pointed out, from Roger's own words, how he is wrong, instead of skipping on it and going into a direction that completely avoids talking about his points. Don't you think that's like missing on the entire thing?

It seems to me that you steal the chance or considering the truth for yourself, or of using critical thinking. It's not like you're going to get infected if you listen and make your own decision based on the evidence instead of dismissing based on the source, even if it's "that one source" Americans are told to run away from

I'm 24 and all my friends know who he is, i don't think you understand how much he has influenced the world, and how much we know about who he is. At least for me and pretty much everyone i know on school, he's one of the most known persons in the world

He's age has nothing to do with his opinion by the way, that's a very weak dismissive argument against him. It looks more like you don't want to know and hide him away as something unpleasant to your ears, based on who interviewed the guy and what he had to say

I know it won't happen but what if he had the same interview on American TV? Would you listen or ignore as well depending on whether you like his opinion from before or not? Or the TV channel that interviews the guy?

Me? I prefer not to let the talking heads tell me what to think

Just saying


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posted on Apr, 18 2019 @ 02:04 AM
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Assange is headed for his day in court.
For jumping bail in England? That happened. Guilty.

The US extradition is a while down the road though. I think the charges against him are serious, conspiracy to commit computer intrusion, with a five year maximum sentence.
www.justice.gov...
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posted on Apr, 18 2019 @ 02:58 AM
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In the mean time i hope you will watch the interview, and form your own opinion. Its 90 % Roger Waters talking.

My opinion is already formed , has been for years but it's nice although unsurprising to see Roger on the same page , Roger has highlighted and written about injustices for decades I'm happy to see him speaking out about this.

Thanks for posting.



posted on Apr, 18 2019 @ 03:39 AM
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originally posted by: Malisa
It seems to me that you steal the chance or considering the truth for yourself, or of using critical thinking.


Well that's quite an accusation. FYI I did listen to the interview and the weighted questions. I remain clear in my belief that celebrities should not escape the due process of the law. The UK government cannot intervene and just let Assange off the hook, because that's not how the legal system works. That's the basic truth, although clearly understanding legal concepts and the principles of law is not critically examined by some.

Sorry if you don't agree, but at least try to be accepting other people's views.



posted on Apr, 18 2019 @ 09:35 AM
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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Gothmog




Assange is headed for his day in court.
For jumping bail in England? That happened. Guilty.

The US extradition is a while down the road though. I think the charges against him are serious, conspiracy to commit computer intrusion, with a five year maximum sentence.
www.justice.gov...

I was thinking just of the US . That is going to take a while .
The case of jumping bail ?
That is open and shut.



posted on Apr, 19 2019 @ 12:50 AM
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originally posted by: paraphi

originally posted by: Malisa
It seems to me that you steal the chance or considering the truth for yourself, or of using critical thinking.


Well that's quite an accusation. FYI I did listen to the interview and the weighted questions. I remain clear in my belief that celebrities should not escape the due process of the law. The UK government cannot intervene and just let Assange off the hook, because that's not how the legal system works. That's the basic truth, although clearly understanding legal concepts and the principles of law is not critically examined by some.

Sorry if you don't agree, but at least try to be accepting other people's views.


No accusation really, my opinion about what you posted LOL. There may be other times you post differently but this time you did what i described as far as i can see, like i said


You say you listened but you never pointed out how he was wrong, instead pointed out his age and the channels that interviewed, and that's not how people usually express their opinion, unless your opinion is "it's that tv channel and his over 50 so i'm going to dismiss it right of the bat". That's not quite a valid opinion of your own, is it? We did not get to read what you actually think about his ideas, at all..

This thread was not about anything Assange said, but about what Roger Waters said... I still have not seen you comment on his words and as far as i know. Just saying 'a celebrity must not be left of the hook' is a blanket statement that could fit even Donald Trump, or anyone else who is somewhat famous

Roger Waters discussed a few things in detail, not just a simple concept of 'he's a celebrity so he must be given a free ticket out of jail"

да нет наверное

Or not, maybe? Who knows LOL

I learned some years ago that if you put something in Latin, even if it's some dumb stuff like "yes.. no.. maybe" as above, people consider it true because "it's in Latin so it must be wise"...

Fortasse non datur inpiis... i guess? LMFAO


But whatever man, vacation time for me so see you all around some time next month




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posted on Apr, 19 2019 @ 08:05 PM
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Great input Malisa!

This thread proves most of the people here on ATS are gotten Comfortably numb...





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