Sinister Attack on WikiLeaks to Cover Up Imperialist Crimes
Free Julian Assange! Drop All Charges!
Julian Assange, presenting WikiLeaks’ release of files on Afghanistan war in London, July 26. (Photo: Getty Images)
The December 7 arrest in London of Julian Assange, the founder and editor-in-chief of the Internet investigative site WikiLeaks, is a threat to freedom of the press and an attempt to silence critics who expose the bloody deeds of imperialism. We are convinced, along with many others, that Assange is innocent of the trumped up accusations of the crimes of rape and sexual molestation that are being manipulated by Swedish authorities to request his detention and extradition. It is clear that sinister forces are pushing the persecution of this courageous man, and his life could be in danger.
We have no hesitation in naming the criminal forces who are behind this frame-up: first and foremost, the United States government of Barack Obama and its military and spy agencies. They have enlisted U.S. corporations such as Amazon, MasterCard, PayPal and others, Swiss banks and the complaisant Swedish, British and Australian governments in their war on WikiLeaks. They seek to silence whistleblowers who have not only caused them diplomatic embarrassment but also lifted a corner of the veil on Washington’s Murder, Inc. If the would-be masters of the world cannot stop the leakage of information through judicial/police methods, they will surely resort to other means.
Repentant Social Imperialists
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MINUSTAH “peacekeeper” guards food in Haiti, January 17. We demand U.S./U.N. forces stop blocking aid to Haitian people. No to imperialist occupation! Troops get out now! Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images
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For Workers Revolution Against the Islamic Dictatorship!
Mass Protests Rock Iran: No to All Wings of the Mullah Regime!
U.S. Imperialism Hands Off!
JUNE 23 – For more than a week, Iran has been convulsed by mass
demonstrations denouncing election fraud. Hundreds of thousands have
repeatedly taken to the streets to denounce the government, which is