Julian Assange’s Father on Looming Extradition and Imperative of Mass Resistance

On the 22nd September 2022, Chris Hedges reports on ScheerPost and interviews John Shipton available on You Tube The persecution of Julian Assange is a window into the collapse of the rule of law, the rise of what the political philosopher Sheldon Wolin calls our system of inverted totalitarianism. A society that prohibits the capacity … Continue reading “Julian Assange’s Father on Looming Extradition and Imperative of Mass Resistance”

Many in the West Support Assange’s Leaks, and Few Want Him Extradited to U.S.

On the 17th September, Alex Willemyns reported in Morning Consult As WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains in extradition limbo, a new Morning Consult survey shows Americans, Europeans and Australians are far more likely to say the Australian national was “right” than “wrong” to shed light on U.S. government policies such as the secret surveillance of … Continue reading “Many in the West Support Assange’s Leaks, and Few Want Him Extradited to U.S.”

Julian Assange Presented Keys to Mexico City

On the 15th September 2022, Gabriel Shipton tweeted about John Shipton and he accepting the keys to Mexico City on behalf of his brother Julian Assange Editors Note: Mexico City has a population of 9 million. More than a third of that of Australia Further coverage in the ABC reports “The Mexican President López Obrador has written … Continue reading “Julian Assange Presented Keys to Mexico City”

Assange supporters call for ‘Truth not War’ on UN Peace Day

On the 14th September 2022, the Assange Campaign issued this press release Calls of ‘Truth not War’ can be heard around the globe this week as supporters of the world’s most famous political prisoner, Australian journalist Julian Assange, rally for his immediate release by the 21stanniversary of the United Nations International Day of Peace (21 Sept 2022).  … Continue reading “Assange supporters call for ‘Truth not War’ on UN Peace Day”

Open Letter on the Concerns of Many Australians About the Well Being and Future of Julian Assange.

On the 28th August 2022, The Assange Campaign Inc wrote to the Prime Minster of Australia and copies to other senior ministers. The open letter reads: Subject: Open Letter on the Concerns of Many Australians About the Well Being and Future of Julian Assange. To:  Honourable Anthony Albanese MP, Prime MinisterCC: Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator the Hon Penny Wong  … Continue reading “Open Letter on the Concerns of Many Australians About the Well Being and Future of Julian Assange.”

Volunteer Opportunities at Assange Campaign

On the 11th August 2021 the Assange Campaign is appealing for volunteer assistance Do you want to help spread the word of Julian’s human rights, press freedom and democracy? Perhaps you’re interested in the grassroots of political parties? Do you enjoy finding and creating a vibrant office space? Or, know anyone who might? Assange Campaign … Continue reading “Volunteer Opportunities at Assange Campaign”

Spot the Difference in Australian Foreign Policy

On the 10th August 2022, Lisa Beaumont posted this observation on a Campaign mail list Senator Penny Wong Joint statement on UK decision to extradite Julian Assangewith: The Hon Mark Dreyfus QC MP17 June 2022The Australian Government notes the decision of the United Kingdom Home Secretary to extradite Julian Assange to the United States.We also note that … Continue reading “Spot the Difference in Australian Foreign Policy”