Assange Continues the Spirit of Australia’s First Independent Publisher

On 5th May 2021, ABC News published the article ‘Tasmanian convict Andrew Bent’s newspaper first edition in Australia’s press freedom‘ to celebrate World Press Freedom Day Ms Buttrose,  chair of the ABC, recently spoke at a Friends of the ABC, Tasmania event to mark World Press Freedom Day. “What I like about Bent is that he was so gutsy. … Continue reading “Assange Continues the Spirit of Australia’s First Independent Publisher”

Snowden on the Hypocrisy of Bidden, Harris and Blinken for celebrating World Press Freedom Day

On the 4th May 2021, Edward Snowden replies to White House posts for World Press Freedom Day 2021 On the 4th May 2021, The New York Post writes Edward Snowden slammed Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of State Tony Blinken for celebrating World Press Freedom Day as the United States continues its prosecution of Julian … Continue reading “Snowden on the Hypocrisy of Bidden, Harris and Blinken for celebrating World Press Freedom Day”

Britain’s Guardian publishes 78 articles on Nalvany to 16 on Assange

Editors Note: Interest in recent articles analysing the press coverage of Nalvany who it appears is a white supremacist with significant Western government backing and is in jail convicted for embezzlement. Also raises concern for Julian Assange who is self funded and is in jail on remand for exposing war crimes that have yet to … Continue reading “Britain’s Guardian publishes 78 articles on Nalvany to 16 on Assange”

24 UK MPs Urge Joe Biden to Drop Assange Extradition

On the 11th June 2021, President Joe Biden received an open letter signed by 24 UK MPs including former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Labour MPs Diane Abbott and John McDonnell and Green MP Caroline Lucas urging the US Department of Justice drop the Assange extradition request The signatories are Richard Burgon MP,  Diane Abbott MP,  … Continue reading “24 UK MPs Urge Joe Biden to Drop Assange Extradition”

Bitcoiners Should Stand Up For My Brother, Julian Assange

On 7th April 2020, Bitcoin Magazine published an article by Gabriel Shipton An Espionage Act prosecution against Julian Assange isn’t just an attack on the First Amendment. It’s a cruise missile against a free internet, and Bitcoin could be next. I never thought my older brother Julian Assange would need my help.  I’ve always looked … Continue reading “Bitcoiners Should Stand Up For My Brother, Julian Assange”

Two years after Julian Assange was imprisoned in Belmarsh, why is he still in gaol?

On the 7th April 2021, the ABC Radio National presented this interview of John Shipton by Phillip Adams Julian Assange’s father John Shipton continues to campaign across the globe for his son’s release from prison and ensure that he is not forgotten as he begins his third year in Belmarsh prison. Podcast on Radio National … Continue reading “Two years after Julian Assange was imprisoned in Belmarsh, why is he still in gaol?”

Pope Francis writes to Julian Assange

On the 29th March 2021, Stella Morris posted on Twitter Rome Reports, a private and independent international TV news agency based in Rome, Italy, specializing in covering the Pope and the Vatican, mentions It isn’t the first time the pope writes to public figures who are in prison. There was, for instance, the case with … Continue reading “Pope Francis writes to Julian Assange”

Britain proudly announces a plan to ‘protect journalists’ – but if it really cared it would free Julian Assange

On the 10th March, George Szamuely, reports in RT News George Szamuely is a senior research fellow at Global Policy Institute (London) and author of Bombs for Peace: NATO’s Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia. Follow him on Twitter @GeorgeSzamuely The UK Government’s new “action plan” to protect journalists will do little to burnish the credentials of a would-be … Continue reading “Britain proudly announces a plan to ‘protect journalists’ – but if it really cared it would free Julian Assange”