Julian Assange who is currently serving a 50 week sentence in Belmarsh Prison for skipping a bail hearing in 2012 just passed on a very chilling and unexpected Message from his jail cell through a journalist by name John Pilger.
According to RT news, Journalist John Pilger has delivered a stark warning from WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, who said that his persecution is intended to kill dissent. “Speak up now,” Pilger said, or face “the silence of a new kind of tyranny.” … “The danger Julian Assange faces can easily spread to the present and past editors of the Guardian, the New York Times, Der Spiegel, El Pais in Spain, the Sydney Morning Herald, and many other newspapers and media outlets that published the WikiLeaks revelations about the lies and crimes of our governments,” Pilger continued. “By defending Julian Assange we defend our most sacred rights,” Pilger warned. “Speak up now or wake up one morning to the silence of a new kind of tyranny.”
My love for politics is unusual because I don't love it for the same reasons a lot of people do. I love politics because it challenges me. For me, being involved in politics isn't about having an opinion about every issue. It is about learning both sides of each issue and being fascinated by them. There are very few political issues that I have strong opinions on. The rest I either have yet to educate myself on or I understand both sides and have yet to choose which one I agree with.
Hillary Clinton left, Julian Assange rightImage credit: dailystar.com, telegraph.co.uk Right after releasing emails that led to the stepping down of Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman, Julian Assange is now preparing to release more leaked emails and this time claims they will provide enough evidence to indict Hillary Clinton for good. Julian Assange also made […]
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Julian Assange AP NEWS - A British judge has sentenced WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to 50 weeks in prison for jumping bail in 2012. Judge Deborah Taylor said Wednesday that Assange merited near the maximum sentence of one year because of the seriousness of his offense. She rejected his claim for leniency based on the […]