With DC Action for Assange, CN Live! screened Juan Passarelli’s film The War on Journalism in Washington Sunday, followed by discussion with Passarelli, Daniel Ellsberg, James Goodale, John Kiriakou, Stefania Maurizi, Cathy Vogan and Chip Gibbons. Watch the replay.
Category: Julian Assange
JOHN PILGER: Silencing the Lambs — How Propaganda Works
Leni Riefenstahl said her epic films glorifying the Nazis depended on a “submissive void” in the German public. This is how propaganda is done.
Chris Hedges: Ukraine & the Politics of Permanent War
Critics, already shut out from the corporate media, are relentlessly attacked and silenced for threatening the public’s quiescence while the U.S. Treasury is pillaged and the nation is disemboweled.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Don’t Charge Trump With Espionage
Nobody should face the charge unless they are working for a foreign power and mean harm to the United States.
WATCH: Waters Joins Assange Rally at DOJ
Fresh off his spectacular show in Washington on Tuesday, the famed musician Roger Waters addressed a rally for the imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher outside the Department of Justice on Wednesday.
Pompeo Sued Over Surveillance of Assange Visitors
Guests who visited WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange in the Ecuador embassy have sued the C.I.A., former C.I.A. Director Mike Pompeo and Spanish security firm UC Global for allegedly violating their 4th Amendment rights.
Australian Labor Party & Assange: Burying the Politics
The government in Canberra is straining credibility in insisting the Assange case is not a political prosecution, writes Kellie Tranter.
Chris Hedges: When the Just Go to Prison
The imprisonment of Daniel Hale, federal prisoner 26069-075 in Marion, Illinois, is a microcosm of the vast gulag being constructed for all of us.
WATCH: Australian Politicians on Fire For Assange
At a rally before the Parliament building in Canberra on Thursday, Australian politicians decried the British and U.S. governments’ persecution of Australian journalist Julian Assange, the imprisoned publisher of WikiLeaks, and demanded that he be released.
John Pilger on the Urgency to Free Assange
In an interview, the renowned Australian investigative journalist warns that the U.S. is close to getting its hands on the the courageous WikiLeaks publisher.