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Julian Assange wrote a letter to King Charles ahead of his coronation inviting him to visit the UK prison where Assange has been captive for more than four years.

“I implore you, King Charles,” Assange wrote, “to visit His Majesty’s Prison Belmarsh, for it is an honour befitting a king.”

The Guardian reported that the letter is the first document the Australian journalist and WikiLeaks founder has written and published since his time in Belmarsh prison in London.

Indian news and media website First Post highlighted Assange’s plight and his message to King Charles and then added a message of their own: “As a Republic Day gift from India for the BBC – a list of suggestions for the BBC …”

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The following is Julian Assange’s letter to King Charles as published by Declassified UK on 5 May 2023.

To His Majesty King Charles III,

On the coronation of my liege, I thought it only fitting to extend a heartfelt invitation to you to commemorate this momentous occasion by visiting your very own kingdom within a kingdom: His Majesty’s Prison Belmarsh.

You will no doubt recall the wise words of a renowned playwright: “The quality of mercy is not strained. It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven upon the place beneath.”

Ah, but what would that bard know of mercy faced with the reckoning at the dawn of your historic reign? After all, one can truly know the measure of a society by how it treats its prisoners, and your kingdom has surely excelled in that regard.

Your Majesty’s Prison Belmarsh is located at the prestigious address of One Western Way, London, just a short foxhunt from the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. How delightful it must be to have such an esteemed establishment bear your name.

It is here that 687 of your loyal subjects are held, supporting the United Kingdom’s record as the nation with the largest prison population in Western Europe. As your noble government has recently declared, your kingdom is currently undergoing “the biggest expansion of prison places in over a century,” with its ambitious projections showing an increase of the prison population from 82,000 to 106,000 within the next four years. Quite the legacy, indeed.

As a political prisoner, held at Your Majesty’s pleasure on behalf of an embarrassed foreign sovereign, I am honoured to reside within the walls of this world class institution. Truly, your kingdom knows no bounds.

During your visit, you will have the opportunity to feast upon the culinary delights prepared for your loyal subjects on a generous budget of two pounds per day. Savour the blended tuna heads and the ubiquitous reconstituted forms that are purportedly made from chicken. And worry not, for unlike lesser institutions such as Alcatraz or San Quentin, there is no communal dining in a mess hall. At Belmarsh, prisoners dine alone in their cells, ensuring the utmost intimacy with their meal.

Beyond the gustatory pleasures, I can assure you that Belmarsh provides ample educational opportunities for your subjects. As Proverbs 22:6 has it: “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Observe the shuffling queues at the medicine hatch, where inmates gather their prescriptions, not for daily use, but for the horizon-expanding experience of a “big day out” – all at once.

You will also have the opportunity to pay your respects to my late friend Manoel Santos, a gay man facing deportation to Bolsonaro’s Brazil, who took his own life just eight yards from my cell using a crude rope fashioned from his bedsheets. His exquisite tenor voice now silenced forever.

Venture further into the depths of Belmarsh and you will find the most isolated place within its walls: Healthcare, or “Hellcare” as its inhabitants lovingly call it. Here, you will marvel at sensible rules designed for everyone’s safety, such as the prohibition of chess, whilst permitting the far less dangerous game of checkers.

Deep within Hellcare lies the most gloriously uplifting place in all of Belmarsh, nay, the whole of the United Kingdom: the sublimely named Belmarsh End of Life Suite. Listen closely, and you may hear the prisoners’ cries of “Brother, I’m going to die in here”, a testament to the quality of both life and death within your prison.

But fear not, for there is beauty to be found within these walls. Feast your eyes upon the picturesque crows nesting in the razor wire and the hundreds of hungry rats that call Belmarsh home. And if you come in the spring, you may even catch a glimpse of the ducklings laid by wayward mallards within the prison grounds. But don’t delay, for the ravenous rats ensure their lives are fleeting.

I implore you, King Charles, to visit His Majesty’s Prison Belmarsh, for it is an honour befitting a king. As you embark upon your reign, may you always remember the words of the King James Bible: “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy” (Matthew 5:7). And may mercy be the guiding light of your kingdom, both within and without the walls of Belmarsh.

Your most devoted subject,

Julian Assange

Featured image: It’s Been Two Weeks Since a UN Panel Declared That Julian Assange Should Be Freed, 2016 (left) and King Charles III Coronation, 2023 (right)

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22 days ago

The King’s coronation happened at 6 months, 6 weeks and 6 days after the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II (both held at 11am).

The date was 6/5/2023 (digits add up to 18 = or 3 x 6 = 666)

Reply to  A Person
21 days ago

Thankyou for that A Person!

We should not be surprised, for the Christian knows that he (or she!) wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Ephesians 6:12.

I don’t believe for one second that HM queen Elizabeth II died when we were told; everything, including the installation of HM Charles III has been carefully planned, and stage managed if you like. So who but the powers of darkness would organise it this way?

Satan is the god of this world. 2 Corinthians 4:4. There is no random happenstance in these events. Charles’s father prince Philip is on record as saying that upon his death he would return as a killer virus (or words to this effect, if my memory serves me rightly).

I have noted that you on your many previous comments on this ere site have had a mathematical bent-you are obviously good in this discipline! I know not whether you are the originator of this calculation, but when I put pen to paper-I found it to be ONE day out-but I think I may be wrong-this being based on the fact that there is no year zero!

As to 6/5/2023 even a simpleton like me, or Dave Owen can work that one out!

A Person
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Reply to  Islander
21 days ago

Thanks, well, I like maths 🙂 but a lot of my stuff is plagiarised from videos or sites that I’ve seen and thought are very interesting! The 666 dating from Queen Lizzie’s funeral was mentioned by “The Prisoner”.

www (dot) brighteon (dot) com/ff8fd278-9e6b-4540-b0fc-12c04f5faf14

I’ve only checked it mentally but it seems spot on to me, down to the minute, since both started at 11am.

Funeral of Queen Lizzie – 19 Sep, 2022
Coronation of King Chuck – 6 May, 2023

19 Sep + 6 months = 19 March

That leaves 12 days left of March + 30 days of April = 42 days or 6 weeks

And then the final 6 days of May

But wait, you said no year zero. So maybe you are doing a totally different calculation to what I meant. Sorry, I’m not sure what your calculation is – mine is just pertaining to the period 2022-2023.

Reply to  A Person
21 days ago

This “adds up”!
As to “no year zero”, I was alluding to the possibility that I may have missed where the missing day started and finished! I have always struggled with math’s-O level grade D!
Thanks for that.

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Reply to  Islander
21 days ago

Haha, OK. I misunderstood the year zero. I was thinking “Wow, he is doing some calculation back to the time between 1 BC and 1 AD. I don’t know what it is but I’m intrigued!” 🙂

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to be in jail for leaking what Julian leaked, what it was I can’t recall, is inhumane and disgusting. It’s about time governments and military and pharmarcuticals were open and honest to us people. Let the man out for pities sake

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