Mar 252019

The Courage Foundation nominates Julian Assange for the 2019 Galizia Prize for Journalists, Whistleblowers & Defenders of the Right to Information. Julian Assange merits this award on the following grounds: Based on need Julian Assange is the only publisher and journalist in the EU formally found to be arbitrarily detained by the UN Human Rights […]

Mar 252019

Revision — From the April 2019 issue More Than a Data Dump Why Julian Assange deserves First Amendment protection   Last fall, a court filing in the Eastern District of Virginia inadvertently suggested that the Justice Department had indicted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and other outlets reported […]

Mar 112019   Two very good interviews:  Glenn Greenwald  and  Daniel Ellsberg on Democracy Now. RECOMMEND:    Go to the link – – the video is at top. TEXT FOR BACK-UP: Chelsea Manning has been sent back to jail after refusing to answer questions before a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. Manning, a U.S. […]

Mar 102019
2019-03-08  Chelsea Manning:  Wikileaks source jailed for refusing to testify, BBC.  With a reminder of Chelsea Manning's incredible gift to us and to democracy.

The debt we owe to Chelsea Manning is staggering.  Before the news reporting that she is back in jail (scroll down),  an abbreviated reminder of what she has done, without mention of what happened to her in prison, and in spite of which she is standing her ground today, in the face of a Court […]

Mar 042019
2019-03-03  John Pilger: 'Defy the Thought Police', Stand With Assange,  teleSur

By:John Pilger Supporters of WikiLeaks founder Assange demonstrate in front of presidential palace regarding his Ecuadorian citizenship in Quito | Photo: REUTERS file phot John Pilger says of Assange that the room he’s held in resembles “Room 101” from the famous novel “1984” by George Orwell. Whenever I visit Julian Assange, we meet in a room he knows too well. There is a bare table […]

Feb 282019

Julian Assange (Wikileaks) published the American plans for Canada in 2011: An embassy cable written by US Ambassador David Wilkins the day the Conservatives were first elected in 2006 suggests Harper would be useful in advancing the US agenda for Canada and that giving him ” a success story” like the softwood lumber deal would […]

Feb 262019
2019-02-26  Terry Hicks, father of former Guantanamo prisoner David Hicks, speaks on the defence of Julian Assange &  Australian teachers pass workplace motion endorsing Free Assange rallies

Two articles pasted together: – – – – – –  – – God!  This is good!  Well stated, Terry Hicks.  Thank-you. Terry Hicks, the father of former Guantanamo Bay prisoner David Hicks, has endorsed the SEP rallies on March 3 in Sydney, at the Martin Place Amphitheatre at 2pm, and on March 10 in Melbourne, at the Victorian […]

Feb 232019

From “Unsolved Mysteries”, a sub-group on Reddit: Where did Arjen Kamphuis go? Arjen Kamphuis is (was?) a dutch cyber-security expert who visited Bodø in Norway, where he was last seen August 20th this year. He told friends he was going to travel south to Trondheim and travel back to Amsterdam the 22nd of August. He […]

Feb 042019

CN Radio: Australian Ambassador Tony Kevin’s Plan to Free Julian Assange Consortium News Tony Kevin, a former Australian ambassador, defends Julian Assange & WikiLeaks & reveals a plan to get him safely from Ecuador’s London embassy back to Australia. He is interviewed by CN Editor Joe Lauria for Unity4J.

Jan 082019

The Guardian plunged in my estimation, when it published the fake story about meetings between Julian Assange and Paul Manafort. 2018-11-27  The Guardian is caught out, I would say. Ex-Trump campaign chair Manafort denies meeting with WikiLeaks’ Assange   So what were the consequences for the journalist responsible, Luke Harding?  . . .  None! And […]