Assange, Enemy of the State, Addresses the UN

In the news section today, it has been revealed through declassified documents that WikiLeaks Julian Assange has been designated an enemy of the state by the US military, a legal classification also assigned to al-Qaeda and which could allow Washington to kill or detain Assange without trial.

Via Democracy Now, Assange spoke “via videolink from the Ecuadorean embassy in London” and “addressed a side meeting of the UN General Assembly on Wednesday evening.”

12 thoughts on “Assange, Enemy of the State, Addresses the UN”

  1. I didn't realize Bradley Manning was locked up in Assad's 'torture chambers'… How could this happen in a "democracy"??? Call Ditz…

  2. Assange – the man with the biggest balls on earth. We can laugh about how long he will stay alive, but we need more people to stand up to this evil machine we have created.

  3. Assange spoke “via videolink from the Ecuadorean embassy in London” and “addressed a side meeting of the UN General Assembly on Wednesday evening.”

  4. It is everyone duty to expose governments wrong doing, is simply needs to be this way because the government contract with its people is about government to work for its people in a honest, transparent manner, that's where democracy starts. Now if senators or government doesn't understand the principals in such manners they could change their life from being a "politicians" to something like driving trucks or working in a factory making money the honest way. The war machinery is the other part of a honest, transparent government to be used only when the country is attacked by a foreign country. for last 60 years us and eu governments nor been honest or transparent with its people, using their militarism for wars and wars again, keeping their "honesty" To be told by their militarism, lying to their people explaining the wrong reasons for their wars. Vietnam, Yugoslavia, Iraq war is the latest so as the Syrian war.

  5. Assange spoke “via videolink from the Ecuadorean embassy in London” and “addressed a side meeting of the UN General Assembly on Wednesday evening.”

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