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Donald Trump and the White House leak more than Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

With the US still threatening Julian Assange and WikiLeaks his problems have not disappeared now that Sweden have dropped the rape investigation but it has changed the dynamics of the battle in a substantial way. A major focus should now turn to how the law and the courts were abused in a number of countries […]

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Whistleblower Senate Inquiry report due 30th June 2017. Still time to lobby the Senators and MPs

The Australian Senate are holding an inquiry into whistleblower protections in the corporate, public and not-for-profit sectors. The inquiry is due to publish a report on the 30th June 2017. I know a lot of the regular readers of this website have been whistleblowers in the past, some are still driving issues and others will […]

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Why Julian Assange needs to resign from the WikiLeaks Party to give it a chance of survival

Julian Assange has been caught lying and deceiving the Australian public based on the evidence of former WikiLeaks Council member Dr Daniel Mathews and others. The evidence also points to the fact that Julian Assange or his father, John Shipton, tried to go behind the Council and set up a separate power base. One Senate candidate in Victoria and […]

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WikiLeaks Party Senate candidate Alison Broinowski interview with KCA

The below video is an interview with WikiLeaks Party NSW Senate candidate Alison Broinowski that was recorded on Monday (19/8/13) in Sydney. The interview gives an insight and understanding of the WikiLeaks Political Party and how it differentiates from the WikiLeaks media organisation. We discuss numerous issues and also how this site would benefit from having a WikiLeaks Party Senator in federal parliament. . The WikiLeaks […]

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Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. What Australian politicians know.

Julian Assange’s lawyer Jennifer Robinson submitted a brief for federal politicians in March 2011 which is below. For anyone who has an interest in Mr Assange and his matters it is a must read whether you support him or not. It lets you know what the federal politicians know. By the time you are reading […]

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Bob Brown and the Greens prostitute their soul and integrity and use WikiLeaks and Julian Assange for some free PR.

The Australian Greens party are pretending they are doing everything possible to help Julian Assange and WikiLeaks while in fact they are doing nothing. All they are doing is using WikiLeaks and Assanges’s predicament for some free PR and advertising. For the Greens to do this make them nothing more than low life political parasites with […]

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Sweden vs. Assange with special guest Julia Gillard in Sweden’s corner.

A lot of misinformation has been spread about Julian Assange in relation to the allegations made against him and what he is facing if extradited to Sweden. A lot of this misinformation has come from the mouth of Julia Gillard. As of yesterday Mr Assange lost his High Court appeal and will find out in 21 days […]

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Julia Gillard

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s criminal history and her hypocrisy with WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.

Julia Gillard had criminal allegations made against her in 1995 when she was accused of helping her boyfriend steal over $1,000,000 from the Australian Workers Union (AWU) and helping him spend the money on such things as her personal home renovations and dresses. Julia Gillard has never denied helping him rip off the $1,000,000 plus dollars, […]

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Australian Government to close down WikiLeaks for 100 years

We all know what the Australian Federal Government has done publicly to try and stop WikiLeaks and Julian Assange. What they are doing privately we do not know but one has to surmise they are doing a lot given their public statements. In an article in the SMH (Sydney Morning Herald) by Ross Cameron on […]

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