Assange in Court, by Craig Murray, Oct. 19th, 2019

Assange in Court – Quo Vadis Uk?! UPDATE I have received scores of requests to republish and/or translate this article. It is absolutely free to use and reproduce and I should be delighted if everybody does; the world should know what is being done to Julian. So far, over 200,000 people have read it on this blogsite alone and it has already been reproduced on myriad other sites, some with much bigger readerships than my own. I have seen translations into German, Spanish and French and at least extracts in Catalan and Turkish. I only ask that you reproduce it Read More

The Assange Tragedy, (by Srecko Horvat, 12.11.,2019

“Every time we witness an injustice and do not act, we train our character to be passive in its presence and thereby eventually lose all ability to defend ourselves and those we love.” ― Julian Assange The last time I saw Julian Assange, exactly one year ago, when he was still at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, I didn’t know yet that the next time I would see him would be in a high-security prison. I didn’t visit as a journalist, as a lawyer, nor as a family member – I came as a friend. But not only as a Read More

“By Order of the People” 6 hrs ago , Nov. 4, 2019

“I’m sorry, I can’t let you through without orders,” said the Iraqi civilian manning the makeshift checkpoint, smirking at the befuddled policeman he had waved down in the capital Baghdad. After a month of defying official curfews and road closures to protest, Iraqis have flipped the rule book. One recent evening, police officers erected a row of concrete t-walls on the same street, sealing off access to Tahrir Square, ground zero for protests in the capital. Demonstrators — one riding a motorised red rickshaw known as a tuk-tuk — sprung into action, chasing down the police. The tuk-tuk came to Read More

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