#FreeAssange and #USUK! (EN/ES/IT/NL)

#FreeAssange   #FreeAssangeDAY   #USUK

Global Priority 1

  • Julian Assange is an Australian journalist, an ‘ordinary’ innocent citizen)
  • who is kept in Belmarsh, the worst prison of UK
  • and tortured daily by sole confinement since three years
  • without ever being accused or having a trial
  • only because he provided access to the TRUTH about WAR CRIMES of the US
    (so it could be published by the Guardian, Der Spiegel, el País amongst others)
  • This is an outright US UK attack on Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Expression and Justice in general for every Human Being on earth.

US UK together have, once again, decided
that they stand above any international law, agreement or rule
as well as Human ethics, morality, dignity, rights and justice.
That sucks.

They should correctly be referred to as #USUK

1) Call to declare 7 December International #FreeAssange Day

2) Call to everyone but especially true and honest journalists:
from now on close ALL your publications with:
“Furthermore, I consider that Assange must be freed.”


References to the US UK institutional injustice against him

To what degree do you find that:

- any media outlet or individual journalist and
- any government or individual politician,
if they do not publicly demand to #FreeAssange...

are accepting and allowing:

- the suppression of Free Press and Free Speech?

- anti-democratic censorship by governments and institutions?

- unjustified imprisonment of innocent citizens?

- the breakdown of Universal Human Rights?

- the breakdown of Democracy as a whole?

- a victory of injustice in the world?

To what degree do you consider sole confinement in Belmarsh prison, UK, to be torture?

Do you think Julian Assange should be freed?

Should those responsible for the hunt and detention of Julian Assange be prosecuted?

To what degree do you support 7 december to be declared "International #FreeAssange Day"?

Your country?
(Free and Optional, just for statisctics - choose or add your country in your own language)

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