Over 50,000 people in Sydney, Australia's biggest
city, and Brisbane, the capital city of Julian Assange’s
home state, came out onto the streets on December 11, 2010,
urging Australian government to provide protection to Wikileaks'
founder who is facing political persecution by the US
Julian Assange exposes some monstrous
atrocities committed by the US troops in the wars against
Iraq and Afghanistan in the name of democracy and freedom
We are indeed living in one of the darkest
moments in history when the humanity has lost its sense in justice and
integrity. The woman who organised her gang to steal the
personal information of foreign diplomats working in the
UN building that in effect is not part of US territory -
ranging from cell phone number, credit card password, confidential
time schedule to DNA property - has not been investigated
and charged for espionage and theft but still presents herself
as the Secretary of State lecturing
the world about human rights and freedom, while the one
who exposes her crimes facing the prosecution.
According to various media reports, until Monday,
4 days after Julian Assange's arrest in London, more than
half million people signed an online petition in support
of "America's public enemy number one".
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