They’re Murdering My Son – Julian Assange’s Father Tells of Pain and Anguish

By Finian Cunningham
September 29, 2019

Julian Assange’s father, John Shipton, gave an interview to Strategic Culture Foundation over the weekend. After arriving from his home country of Australia, Shipton is visiting several European states, including Russia, to bring public attention to the persecution of Julian Assange by British authorities over his role as a publisher and author. First though an introduction to the Assange case.

Few media figures can be attributed with transforming international politics and the global media landscape. Arguably, Julian Assange, author, publisher and founder of the Wikileaks whistleblower website (2006), is in the top tier of world-changing individuals over the past decade. Read More

Julian Assange: Gagged And Headed For Gitmo

What lies in store for Julian Assange once the Trump administration has him caged in one of their gulags? Solitary confinement with high-decibel torture music?  Chemical castration? Waterboarding round the clock? Is this the price courageous whistleblowers must pay for  exposing the war crimes of the Anglo-American Deep State?  

The Unz Review

After 7 Years of Deceptions About Assange, the US Readies for Its First Media Rendition

For seven years, from the moment Julian Assange first sought refuge in the Ecuadorean embassy in London, they have been telling us we were wrong, that we were paranoid conspiracy theorists. We were told there was no real threat of Assange’s extradition to the United States, that it was all in our fevered imaginations. Read More

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“I don’t believe the charge against Assange. . . . The governments in Washington, London, and Quito are so shameless that they do not mind demonstrating to the entire world their lawlessness and lack of integrity. . . . If Donald Trump had any integrity, he would bring this shameful and embarrassing persecution of Assange to an immediate end by issuing a pre-trial pardon.” — Paul Craig Roberts
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