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“Free Julian Assange! Free Chelsea Manning!” (Free Speech!) Ciaron O’Reilly arrested at G20 in Brisbane

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Irish Australian anti-war activist and long time supporter of Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning Ciaron O’Reilly was arrested on Saturday 15 November and held in custody for two nights over the G20 summit weekend in Brisbane. Ciaron was speaking out … Continue reading

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As President Obama heads to Brisbane for the G20, Ciaron O’Reilly plans to confront him over Assange persecution

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UPDATE 15 Nov: Ciaron O’Reilly arrested at G20 UPDATE 13 Nov: Ciaron O’Reilly becomes third person to be banned from the G20 after saying he will ‘shirtfront’ Obama. PM Tony Abbott’s promise to shirtfront Putin at the G20 hasn’t got … Continue reading

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Solidarity with Assange and Manning as Australia finally takes on the US and wins hands down!

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16 November: Solidarity vigil at Rugby League World Cup Quarter Final in Wrexham. As Australia geared up to meet the USA in the Rugby League World Cup 2013 quarter-final match in Wrexham last Saturday, we joined the crowds outside the … Continue reading

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16 Nov: AUSTRALIAn vs USA: Solidarity with Assange & Manning at Rugby League Quarter-final in Wrexham

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Calling all Assange, WikiLeaks and Manning supporters Join us outside the Rugby League World Cup Quarter-final match between Australia and the USA on Saturday 16 November at the Racecourse, Mold Rd (A541), Wrexham. We’ll be there from 11am to 1pm … Continue reading

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Reflecting on solidarity with those in jeopardy: Assange, Manning, Snowden and others

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Ciaron O’Reilly speaks on Budapest Radio [Interview starts at 15:30] This interview with a Hungarian radio station took place in late August 2013 following the sentencing of Manning to 35 years for exposing war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. Irish … Continue reading

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Australian Christian Anarchist Ciaron O’Reilly says “Vote Early, Vote Often, Vote Assange” plus new Juice Rap News

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Update 25 August A new episode of Juice Rap News: Australian Election – A Game of Polls Ciaron O’Reilly says “Vote Early, Vote Often, Vote Assange Australian Christian anarchist Ciaron O’Reilly, pictured here outside the Australian High Commission in London … Continue reading

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Collateral Murder is screened in Australian Ploughshares Trial. Hung Jury eventually convicts.

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UPDATE 22 Aug Well past midnight our time, Graeme and his supporters are preparing to go back to court for the fourth day of the trial, when the jurors will be asked to try again to reach an agreed verdict. … Continue reading

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Solidarity in London and all over as Graeme Dunstan’s trial for disarming a helicopter gunship gets underway

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Solidarity in London Former U.S./Australian/Irish plowshares prisoner Ciaron O’Reilly gives it all he’s got (left) at the Australian High Commision on London’s Strand on the first day of Graeme Dunstan’s trial in Rockhampton, Australia on Monday. One may have been … Continue reading

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Australian who took action to stop another Collateral Murder faces trial in Rockhampton, Aus. 19th August

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In July 2011, peace activists Bryan Law and Graeme Dunstan took part in a Ploughshares action to disable a helicopter gunship during joint US/Australian Talisman Sabre military exercises. Before the action Bryan referred to the Collateral Murder video saying: “Machine … Continue reading

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London Report: Heading to the Oval to engage Australian footy fans over Julian Assange

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It was a last minute goal by Brad Ebert that gave Port Adelaide the win over Geelong in the Australian Rules exhibition match at London’s Oval on Saturday.  And it was a last minute idea to head out to the … Continue reading

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