3 comments for “WATCH: Director, Assange Brother on US Film Premiere

  1. Rex Williams
    November 15, 2022 at 15:48

    The lack of any sign of a continual effort on behalf of Julian Assange by the new Australian government (or in fact, any effort at all) will forever remain one of the most shameful acts by any government on behalf of one of its citizens.
    It quite obviously reflects the subservience shown to the USA dictates. When even the current government party representing the thinking of the majority of the people in Australia, fails to act on Julian’s behalf, it indicates quite clearly that Australia has sold its independence and foreign policy objectives to the warmongers in Washington. Shame, Australia.

  2. Lois Gagnon
    November 15, 2022 at 11:55

    The trick now is to get this film circulated. There aren’t many indie theaters left where a film like this could be shown. The corporate theaters will no doubt refuse to show it. I hope there is some sort of plan to distribute this to as many outlets as possible.

  3. Valerie
    November 14, 2022 at 16:50

    Gabriel Shipton said during the q and a video: “the judicial system is being used as a laundromat to clean up his (Julian’s) persecution, and wash it so it is acceptable to the public.”
    That may be so; but what the “dumbed down” public still have yet to grasp, is the fact we are fast approaching fascism or anarchy (depending on food/energy/water supplies and/or climate breakdown) brought about by nothing more than greed and arrogance on the part of western empires. Julian’s persecution though is of a different nature: he unveiled atrocities.

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