Manning and Assange released within 48 hours of each other, both after seven years

I find the synchronicity of the mutual timing for release intensely significant, given the whistleblower relationship between them.

Seven years is one-quarter of a Saturn cycle. I do wonder what comes next.

Might this synchronicity ignite a collective opening of some kind?

Manning Posts first photo of herself after release from prison

and

“Assange is free to leave whenever he wants”

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Manning and Assange released within 48 hours of each other, both after seven years

  1. Please.

    Assange has always been “free to leave whenever he wants”

    All that’s happened now is that Sweden has announced that it is “ending” the investigation into the rape he was accused of committing in that country –which (presumably) means that he’ll not be extradited to there, should he leave the embassy in London.

    There’s still an arrest warrant for him outstanding in Britain –for jumping bail, I believe.

    Anyone who believes that the Swedish announcement is of any significance at all needs to buy this really, really nice bridge I’ve got in my back 40 –it goes all the way to Brooklyn, and I’m selling it cheap.

    c

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