Category Archives: WikiLeaks & other leaks

yes sir, yes sir, three tweets full


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Update to ‘hideouser and hideouser fukkery waged against assange’

(the earlier despicable news)

 Today: ‘Ecuadorian president arrives in Britain as Julian Assange’s fate hangs in the balance’, James Cogan, wsws.org june 21
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Hideouser© and Hideouser© fukkery waged against Julian Assange


Only three days after a ‘Big Win For Julian Assange’, see snoopydawg, July 14, caucus99percent.com:

“The Inter-American Court of Human Rights based in Costa Rica has ruled that the British government has to let Assange leave the Ecuadorian embassy without harassment or threat of arrest and let him go to Ecuador where he was granted citizenship.”
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Open menu and breaking news from wikileaks and the mueller investigation

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three dire tweets for Julian Assange’s safety and freedom

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today’s global #FreeAssange! vigils

From wsws.org June 18: ‘Watch: Rally to Free Julian Assange held in Sydney; “We’re not asking Malcolm Turnbull to defend Assange, we are telling him!”

“Hundreds of people participated in Sunday’s demonstration in Sydney Town Hall Square to demand Julian Assange’s safe return to Australia. The rally, organised by the Socialist Equality Party, featured speeches from SEP Australia national secretary James Cogan and independent journalist and filmmaker John Pilger.”
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The Eerie Silence Surrounding the Assange Case has been broken…in Australia

First, from Mike Head at wsws.org June 12, 2018: ‘Demands grow that Australian government act to free Julian Assange’

Head writes that last Sunday one of Assange’s attorneys, Australian Jennifer Robinson, was on channel 7’s ‘Sunrise Weekend’ giving a 10-minute interview.  He called it a significant break from the long media silence in Australian media on Assange’s seven year detention in the Ecuadorian Embassy.  Robbins had apparently issued a clear message to the Aussie government to  carry out its responsibility to an Aussie citizen and give him his freedom.
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