An extended interview with Julian Assange’s father John Shipton, who condemns the US, UK, and Australian governments for their “11 years of ceaseless psychological torture” of the WikiLeaks publisher.
By Denis Rogatyuk
Continue reading “Assange’s father speaks out, calls oppression of WikiLeaks founder a “great crime of 21st century””
Denis is a Russian-Australian freelance writer, journalist and researcher. His articles, interviews and analysis have been published in a variety of media sources around the world including Jacobin, Le Vent Se Léve, Sputnik, Green Left Weekly, Links International Journal, Alborada and others.
A new wave of media reports on Chinese forced labor relies almost entirely on a series of dubious studies by purportedly “independent” think tanks backed by the West’s military-intelligence apparatus.
By Ajit Singh
Continue reading “‘Forced labor’ stories on China brought to you by US gov, NATO, arms industry to drive Cold War PR blitz”
Ajit Singh is a lawyer and journalist. He is a contributing author to Keywords in Radical Philosophy and Education: Common Concepts for Contemporary Movements (Brill: 2019). He tweets at @ajitxsingh.
The truth is that Australia could have rescued Julian Assange and can still rescue him. Leaders of his homeland who have betrayed him should be called out; history and decency will not forget them or those who remain silent now.
By John Pilger
Continue reading “John Pilger: It is time for Julian Assange to be saved, not betrayed”
John Pilger is is an award-winning Australian journalist, writer, and documentary filmmaker. Follow his writings at http://johnpilger.com/ and on Twitter at @JohnPilger