Sonntag, 30. August 2020

JADC - Verteidigungskomitee von Julian Assange

JADC - Verteidigungskomitee von Julian Assange

Liebe Freunde und Leser,
ich bin in Behandlung der Orthopädischen Klinik in Växjö, wo endlich nach der verpfuschten Operation mein verkürztes Bein nach langer Wartezeit wieder zurechtgerückt werden soll. Außerdem kam bei der Untersuchung meiner Augen heraus, dass ich auf beiden Augen den Grauen Star habe. Daher habe ich  seit ca. 8 Monaten zusätzlich meiner Brille die Lupe zu Hilfe nehmen müssen. Aber auch in diesem Fall werde ich mich wieder gedulden müssen.
Obendrein ist Erntezeit und ich habe im Garten viel zu tun und auch am Haus müssen Reparaturen ausgeführt werden. Ich bin also ein halber Invalide, was sich auch hier auf dem Blog niederschlagen wird. Ich hoffe, ihr habt Verständnis.
Hier schicke ich das endlos lange Papier von dem Verteidigungskomitee Julian Assanges (JADC) mit sehr vielen Informationen über alles, was in dieser Sache in Europa und darüber hinaus gerade läuft. Anfang September soll vor dem Gericht in England eine Demo statfinden und am Ende kann man auch Fahrkarten kaufen für Leute, die Zeit und Geld und Sorge um sein Schicksal haben. Leider kann ich es nicht übersetzen.
Seid alle herzlich gegrüßt.

Keep safe in these difficult times, sending best wishes to all our members! We have started planning our street actions again observing social distancing at the same time. Hand sanitiser and disposable facial masks are available or bring your own.

Read reports from our latest actions in support of Julian Assange  at our blog  

Extremely important for grassroots supporters and organisers to PLEASE support the initiatives launched by the Official WikiLeaks Don't Extradite Assange Campaign visit their website here: for their latest campaign.

This week's donation drives:

Watch the latest webinars and broadcasts!:
The War on Journalism: The Case of Julian Assange - Film Screening and Q&A
Saturday 29th 2:30pm
Film by documentarian Juan Passarelli.

Journalists are under attack globally for doing their jobs. Julian Assange is facing a 175 year sentence for publishing if extradited to the United States. The Trump administration has gone from denigrating journalists as 'enemies of the people' to now criminalizing common practices in journalism that have long served the public interest. WikiLeaks founder and Editor Julian Assange's extradition is being sought by the Trump administration for publishing US government documents which exposed war crimes and human rights abuses. He is being held in maximum security HMP Belmarsh in London and faces a 175 years sentence if extradited.

Hier weiterlesen.
There is a war on journalism - Julian Assange is at the centre of that war. If this precedent is set then what happens to Assange can happen to any journalist.

Join director Ken Loach and filmaker Suzie Gilbert for a discussion with Juan Passarelli about his new documentary - The War on Journalism: The Case of Julian Assange

Register Here!
Candles4Assange / Speak up4Assange
Saturdays 4-6pm
Join our regular solidarity activists at Piccadilly Circus in solidarity with Julian Assange. Banners, Posters, Flyers, Chanting, informing the passers by about developments in the case. Help us build up the mass movement needed to Free the WikiLeaks Publisher from the clutches of Belmarsh prison.

Nearest Tube:

 Charing Cross Charing Cross (on the Bakerloo and Northern lines) is the closest Tube station, with an entrance/exit towards Trafalgar Square. The following stations are within a few minutes' walk: Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly lines) Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines)

Please note London Transport requires the use of Facemasks to protect against the spread of Covid19.

Free Assange cloth masks can be ordered here:
Belmarsh Solidarity Vigil
Sunday 30th 12 noon - 2pm
Join local residents in solidarity with Julian Assange.

Address:               Outside HM Belmarsh Prison,
                             Western Way, Thamesmead,
                             London SE28 0EB

How to get there:  From outside Woolwich Arsenal Train station
                             catch the 244 or 380 bus to Belmarsh Prison
No Extradition - The Julian Assange Case
Sunday 30th 2:10pm - 4pm
No Extradition: Julian Assange's Father & The Struggle for His Son's Freedom. (Director, Pablo Navarrete, 35 mins, Alborada Films) + Q&A
(Director, Pablo Navarrete, 35 mins, Alborada Films).
Featuring John Shipton plus Nils Melzer (UN Special Rapporteur on Torture), M.I.A, John Pilger, Lowkey, Lisa Longstaff and others.
With your ticket, on the day of the screening you will be sent a link to watch the film on vimeo between 2.10pm and 3.10pm (London time, BST). The Q&A will take place between 3.15 and 4pm. 
You will also be sent a link to the post screening Q&A on Zoom with Chris Williamson (ex-UK Labour Party MP), the documentary's director Pablo Navarrete, Dr Deepa Driver (Free the Truth) and journalist Matt Kennard(Declassified UK). A quarter of the money from ticket sales will go to the The Resistance Movement

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