That this outrage happened in the heart of London, in the land of Magna Carta, ought to shame and anger all who fear for “democratic” societies, writes John Pilger. Continue reading The Assange Arrest is a Warning from History | John Pilger
Ecuadorian Moreno just handed Julian Assange over to the UK police for a possible extradition to the United States, where Collateral Murder whistleblower Bradly “Chelsea” Manning is incarcerated again for refusing to snitch on Wikileaks. Continue reading WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Picked Up by UK Police (SERCO Operatives?)
Threatening Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with UK US extradition is not just to silence the journalist but also to remind us that the Criminal Cabal is still in power and that we need to thread very carefully. Continue reading Attack on WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange is an Attack on Us All
If ‘Dirty Dossier’ author Christopher Steele deserves protection under the 1st Amendment but WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange doesn’t, then the concept of a free press is merely a distant memory. Continue reading Who Really Deserves 1st Amendment Protection?
Swedish prosecutors announced this morning that they were terminating their seven-year-old sex crimes investigation into Julian Assange and withdrawing their August 20, 2010, arrest warrant for him. Continue reading Sweden Withdraws Arrest Warrant for Assange, But…