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* Open letter to the Australian people * By Christine Assange

There have been many public statements made about WikiLeaks and its editor-in-chief, Julian Assange, that are factually inaccurate.  For example, Prime Minister Julia Gillard: “Wikileaks is illegal”.  Attorney General Nicola Roxon: “He fled Sweden” and the media generally: “Assange is charged/facing charges” (in relation to Swedish sex allegations).  Some of these inaccurate statements are due […]

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Open Letter to Kevin Rudd: On Julian Assange and Guantanamo Bay revelations.

Submitted to WL Central by Peter Kemp on Tue, 04/26/2011 – 13:33 Kevin Rudd Minister Foreign Affairs PO Box 6022 House of Representatives Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 AUSTRALIA Dear Minister 1) Julian Assange and Wikileaks. Firstly I would like to say that the international community who support Julian Assange would undoubtedly thank you for your support […]

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Operation: Peace through Evolution – Step 1 – Anonymous

The text spoken is as follows: Greetings. Please Listen and Realize the following Words with Care. Do not be Afraid: We are Anonymous. Anonymous is a flowing, changing entity. Although it may have started as a means to bring chaos to the internet, We see our potential, and in result, We change. We do not […]

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Open Letter in Defence of WikiLeaks’ Right to Publish

by WL Central admin on Thu, 04/07/2011 A letter in support of Wikileaks from Frontline and others: We believe that free societies everywhere are best served by journalism that holds governments and corporations to account. We assert that the right to publish is equal to, and the consequence of, the citizen’s right to know. While we […]

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Anonymous: Open letter to the citizens of the United States of America

Dear US Citizens, We, Anonymous, would like to offer you, America, the opportunity to join and support our movement. We are a group that formed on the internet-one that knows no constructs or absolutes, and one that has recently grown exponentially. We would like to introduce an Operation. An operation that involves Americans getting our […]

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AccessNow: Speech to UN Human Rights Council on Internet Freedom

11 March 2011 Below  is a transcript of a speech given by Access Executive Director Brett Solomon to the Conference on Internet Freedom during the UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, March 4th, 2011. When George Orwell introduced us to Big Brother in 1949, could he have predicted that after just a few generations, […]

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ANONYMOUS – An Open Letter To The World

The below open letter was posted online by Anonymous to the people of the world. This letter articulates what WACA and many people around the world have been feeling, thinking and discussing. WACA would like to thank ANONYMOUS for expressing such vision and insight,  so openly and so powerfully.   An Open Letter To The […]

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Warm regards to HBGary from Anonymous

Below is a statement issued by Anonymous to HBGary. For more background please read Glenn Grenwald’s piece posted prior to this statement. – WACA – 13/02/2011 Dear HBGary (a recently disgraced “security” company), Warm regards from Anonymous once again. It was our belief that you’d been taught a valuable lesson since our last message to […]

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The Australian attorney general’s response to an open letter to the Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard re Julian Assange

Below is a copy of  the letter sent to NSW Supreme court lawyer Peter Kemp from the Attorney General, in response to Peter’s open letter to the Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, in regards to Julian Assange and Wikileaks. While the below letter does acknowledge Mr Assange’s right to consular assistance and the right to […]

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2011-02-02 Open Letter To The Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard Re Julian Assange.

Please read this carefully concerned citizens.  Peter Kemp (once again) provides a sharp, comprehensive rebuttal of PM Gillard’s repeated and dangerous inaccuracies designed to subvert Assange’s human rights and his rights as an Australian citizen.  She is relying on public ignorance and confusion.  We need to speak with clear and multiple voices evidencing we are […]

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