When I recently spoke to Christine Assange, I realised how passionate she is about truth, justice and a fair go for all. Her son is the Robin Hood of our times, taking information from the rich and giving it to the poor (from the 1% to the 99%).
Award-winning journalist and WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange has long been a member of the Australian journalist union, the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA).
The union has supported WikiLeaks’ right to publish leaked information. In December 2010, the MEAA’s Louise O’Conor said: “WikiLeaks is not the leaker of these cables, nor is it a whistleblower, it is an online publisher representing the new media.”
Christine Assange is well informed about the machinations afoot to stop Julian’s work as a facilitator of real information news. WikiLeaks started in 2006, releasing documents sent by whistleblowers from around the world.
WikiLeaks is the perfect framework for such truths to become known by everyone. Julian has been in the right place at the right time, brave enough and smart enough to do the work.
Despite the ongoing attempts from the US government to persecute him, Julian Assange has won many awards for journalism and peace...read more