A letter to Harriet Harman MP by Sabine von Törne in support of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange

Candle action at the steps of the Ecuadorian Embassy
by Sabine von Törne @BeeBeeHoneyBee – 8th December 2018

During Autumn this year the most beautiful candle arrangements have been inspiring WL supporters outside the Ecuadorian Embassy and elsewhere with supportive messages for Julian Assange.

Candle action at the steps of the Ecuadorian Embassy by Sabine von Törne @BeeBeeHoneyBee – 8th December 2018

The creator Sabine von Törne took her art a step further engaging her Member of Parliament Harriet Harman (Labour) in a political dialogue about pressing issue of Julian Assange Human Rights, violated in the heart of the country’s capital. We hope many will be inspired and follow in her footsteps, strengthening our letter writing campaign. She writes:

Solidarity Action at Parliament Square December 10th 2018
https://twitter.com/BeeBeeHoneyBee/status/1072231124959748097

Sabine says: ” For me the HOPE aspect is most important; not ‘naive’ unfounded optimism, but hope based on actions we take in real life. Everybody can do it. The first step is the hardest. Once this shift has happened it becomes easier and easier… On a practical note: There are further #FreeAssange ‘guerrilla’ candle actions planned for the coming days and weeks in public places in London, like the one at Parliament square. If you would like to participate please send a DM via Twitter to @BeeBeeHoneyBee.

Actions don’t take longer than an hour and will take place in central London. Thank you!”

Candle action at the steps of the Ecuadorian Embassy by Sabine von Törne @BeeBeeHoneyBee – 26th November 2018

A translation of her letter in French has been published at  website LaGrandSoir.info and you can find it here.

Candle action on the pavement opposite the Ecuadorian Embassy on Hans Crescent by Sabine von Törne @BeeBeeHoneyBee – 13th November 2018 “Hands Off Assange” banner on the railing by Graphic designer @SomersetBean

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