Wikileaks

Free Julian Assange: Noam Chomsky, Dan Ellsberg & Jeremy Corbyn Lead Call at Belmarsh Tribunal

Former British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, famed linguist and dissident Noam Chomsky and others gave testimony Friday at the Belmarsh Tribunal in Washington, D.C., calling on President Biden to drop charges against Julian Assange. The…

Photos: International Human Rights Day NYC Vigil to Free Julian Assange

Rally in front of the British Consulate in New York City on December 10, 2022 While the US criticizes other countries for their lack of freedom of the press, it is the US that is attacking Julian Assange for revealing…

Wikileaks delegation received by Argentine President

Argentine President Alberto Fernández received this afternoon at the Casa Rosada the Wikileaks delegation composed of Kristinn Hrafnsson and Joseph Farrell, who are touring South America in search of support for Julian Assange. Colombian President Gustavo Petro and Brazilian President…

International Human Rights Day NYC VIGIL TO FREE JULIAN ASSANGE

Please join us for this protest to call for freedom for Julian Assange. Sat., Dec. 10, 2022 1:00 pm The British Consulate 885 Second Avenue NYC (btw 47th & 48th Streets) While the US criticizes other countries for their lack…

Hacking justice is screened in Barcelona as part of the 24hAssange marathon

As part of the 24hAssange campaign, yesterday, Saturday, the film Hacking Justice, by directors Clara López Rubio and Juan Pancorbo, was screened in Barcelona. The film was premiered for the first time in Spain. The screening took place at the…

As Covid Adds to Dire Health Concerns, Doctors Implore UK & US to Release Julian Assange

Following the recent outpouring of support for Julian Assange at rallies around the world, and the revelation that Assange is in isolation for a positive Covid-19 test, a group of doctors has written to the new UK Home Secretary and…

Lorena Corrias: “I don’t want to live in a world without Julian Assange”.

Every Saturday since 6 August, Lorena Corrias has been sitting in Como’s Piazza Verdi in an imaginary cell measuring two by three metres drawn on the ground, dressed in the orange uniform of the Guantanamo prisoners, in a non-violent protest…

No one could deny Wikileaks reports, but the prisoner is Assange

The indecency of power and the manipulation of the collective imagination add up to the ignominious decision of UK Home Secretary Priti Patel, who authorised the extradition to the US of Australian whistleblower Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, accused by…

As Biden Pursues Julian Assange, a Major Test of Press Freedom Looms

The WikiLeaks co-founder is losing appeals and moving closer to facing a trial in the U.S. that could threaten First Amendment protections By Jeffrey Brodsky – www.discoursemagazine.com In its prosecution of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, the Biden administration is setting…

“Collateral Murder”, installation by Banksy

During his tour in New York (on the 9th), Banksy unveiled one of his most political installations to date: the “Crazy Horse” mural, with an audio guide containing an excerpt from the controversial film “Collateral Murder”. The secret military video…

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