Watch the 21st Vigil for Assange

With concern growing about the latest possible moves to illegally extract Julian Assange from Ecuador’s London embassy, Elizabeth Vos discusses the latest WikiLeaks news and interviews Ecuadorian journalist Jose Rivera in the 21st Assange vigil held on Friday.

Watch the replay of the vigil here:

5 comments for “Watch the 21st Vigil for Assange

  1. March 25, 2019 at 23:11

    Now that the Mueller report has come out, isnt it time to free Julian Assange. Mueller report found no collusion between Russia and Wikileaks. Please start a movement to free this innocent man from tyranny and torture. The US Deep State and the UK MI6 lost so it is time for ehem to surrender and free an outstanding patriot.

  2. neysha sima
    March 25, 2019 at 11:07

    (US)”The Bill of Rights guarantees civil and political rights to individual citizens, including: freedom of speech, religion, and association; the right to a fair trial; and the prohibition of cruel and unusual punishment”

    “Former British ambassador Craig Murray says that since Ecuador has granted Julian Assange citizenship he should be free to legally leave the UK without fear of prosecution or detention”
    “The Ecuadorian government “has every right to appoint Assange, now an Ecuadorian citizen, as an Ecuadorian diplomat if it so chooses. Ecuador cannot tell the UK who may or may not be a British diplomat, and the converse applies,” Murray wrote on his website.
    January 13, 2018

    “I believe in human rights for everyone, and none of us is qualified to judge each other and that none of us should therefore have that authority.”
    “We declare our right on this earth…to be a human being, to be respected as a human being, to be given the rights of a human being in this society, on this earth, in this day,” Malcolm X

    Human Rights June 27,2015
    Human rights for you and me
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    Children playing without fear
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    Make killing is a memory of our past
    First nation people have their land
    No dividing line in the sand
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    Those faces on the rock
    Free the people you and me
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    Africa, Madiba’s dream
    Eyes blind to bigotry
    He showed the world the way
    Let the people have their say
    Black Americans locked in jail
    The justice system did surely fail
    Homeless people, you know what I mean
    Give them a home, the American dream
    Feed the people, ban the bomb
    The politicians got it wrong
    Make our world a better place
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  3. Williw
    March 25, 2019 at 04:51

    I appreciate your tireless efforts and listen every week to support Julian and listen to expert analysis on current news . Thank you.

  4. Yahweh
    March 24, 2019 at 21:05

    Really, another vigil for Assange….You people need to focus on the groups of multinationals whom are at every moment of every hour consolidating their power to change your country. The Jewish push in your country is at an all time high to rearrange all things to benefit their agenda. They are highly organized to run for office. This has been going on for 30 years….. And now pulling up the rear is the Muslim agenda. Get ready to follow your new master…..While the average American is looking for the next sensual thrill….they take control from the inside….PATHETIC

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