He’s called out both sides of our political system and helped many voters make more informed decisions on who they wanted to back and support. The opposition media hasn’t shown Assange love because he is in charge of an organization that performs the sort of work they were hired to do.
There are many on both sides who want to see Assange prosecuted but I am not one of those. We’ve seen whistleblowers over the span of our lives, and for the most part, the people in charge are the ones who get exposed for the betterment of our lives. Assange is not in the same class as Edward Snowden in my humble opinion.
Assange and his group keep things honest because of their threat to expose wrongdoing and that I can back every day of the week.
Source: Washington Examiner
Assange has been at the embassy since 2012 and will be handed over to the British government within a few weeks. He may be kicked out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London as early as this week, the Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald reported.
Assange first came to the embassy when he faced a warrant for arrest following allegations of sexual assault and rape from the Swedish government. He has denied the allegations, and the investigation was closed last year.
He has stayed in hiding out of concern that he would be sent to the U.S. to be prosecuted for publishing classified documents that were leaked by Chelsea Manning. WikiLeaks has also been at the center of the FBI investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
During the last three months, Assange has been blocked from accessing the Internet, with officials saying that he violated an agreement not to intervene in state affairs. He angered Spanish officials when he tweeted support for separatist leaders in Catalonia who sought to secede last year.
"The withdrawal of asylum and physical ejection of Assange could come as early as this week."https://t.co/WqfDE4oA70
— Josh Campbell (@joshscampbell) July 21, 2018
Prosecuting Julian Assange will officially open an era of rapid regression of civil liberties and the rise of automated totalitarianism. There will be no place for western dissidents, no courage to resist. The defence of Assange is an issue for all supporters of democratic rights
— Mark? (@markX420) July 18, 2018
— Mike Archer ? (@JamesMArcher) July 21, 2018
The informed and enlightened people of this world will not stand by and allow the continued persecution of this man. Shame on those who have tried to break him for exposing the lies of the seedy underbelly of those in power and their dodgy deals. He has suffered enough. Shame on Australia for failing to intervene. Your lack of action speaks volumes.
Assange has exposed the system, and the system has held him captive till now. They want silence and total control of all of us. We must stand up against this, or we will be further captive to the controlling class. I stand with Assange.
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