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“I have followed the WSWS coverage of Julian Assange and it has been brilliant.
It has not only written about what has happened but taken the initiative and organised rallies as well. It’s good that Julian’s supporters are here but we need more than shouting slogans such as “The people united will never be defeated.” Not only have people been disunited by the lies and propaganda thrown at Julian, but every scoundrel calls for unity as long it is behind them.
Two days after that a White Paper was announced bringing in effectively what will be censorship for British media”—a reference to the government’s “Online Harms” white paper giving powers to an internet regulator to ban “non-compliant” websites from being accessed in the UK.
“This is a massive threat to freedom of speech, of freedom online.
A protest will take place today outside Belmarsh Prison in London, where Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange is being held following his forcible seizure and arrest Thursday. It is organised by the Julian Assange Defence Committee and is supported by the Socialist Equality Party (UK) and the WSWS.
Announcing the protest on the Wise Up Action blog, Emmy Butlin, who has helped maintain a vigil outside the Ecuadorian Embassy where Assange was forced to stay for seven years in arbitrary detention, wrote, “Our own journey of support continues in the best tradition of solidarity, with a vigil outside Belmarsh Prison where Julian Assange is held.
“You can’t believe anything the government or press put out, but events will expose their lies and propaganda.This is about shutting down freedom of the press.” Cross explained how at the same time as the government was plotting the removal of Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy, British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt was making a “ridiculous” hypocritical announcement to a G7 summit meeting that Britain would be leading a new “Media Freedom” campaign around the world.“Four days after Hunt’s fake ‘Media Freedom’ campaign was announced, the threat to expel Julian Assange was leaked.Assange was railroaded to Westminster Magistrates Court after being dragged from the Ecuadorian embassy on Thursday and was found guilty of bail charges dating back seven years.
Julian Assange Defence Committee members were among those protesting outside the court who WSWS spoke to on Thursday.
“The footage of Julian being carried out of the embassy speaks volumes about his character.