I’m not in the United States right now, and the last few weeks have been marked by many changes. One of them is that I can’t easily access the Internet, and have not kept regular work hours. (I am in the Stockholm archipelago.) I am also not in the company of Americans, so nobody around me is talking about this. I am alone with my shock measurement wand, (which works even out here in the Baltic sea.)
At a cafe now with white haired tots toddling back and forth, and the clean fragrant woods right outside the open door, I am trying to keep my eyes from widening too much as I finally telescope into the news from the US. I have listened to two Julian Assange interviews, carefully narrating the new now, the new “normal” following Wikileaks publication of the DNC emails, and I notice my heart is pounding.
“I really encourage people to research the more than 8,000 attachments that we have put out, separate files, including more than 175 spreadsheets, that has the real core, the financial core of the power structure and the exercise of monetary influence over the DNC.”
I have made a donation to Wikileaks today and hope you will too.