Upcoming Solidarity Actions for Julian Assange of WikiLeaks July 2020

Belmarsh Vigil for Julian Assange Saturdays 12 to 3pm

Join local residents in solidarity with Julian Assange. Social Distancing rules apply. For the 25th of July please bring Yellow ribbons, in solidarity to political prisoner Julian Assange to decorate the trees outside Belmarsh. Address: Western Way, London SE28 OEB Pick up a pack of the new flyers, an amazing booklet by @SomersetBean to mark Julian Assange spending one year in Belmarsh.

Candles4Assange Saturdays 4pm (New Time)

Join our regular solidarity activists at Piccadilly Circus in solidarity with Julian Assange. Banners, Posters, Flyers, Chanting, informing the passers by about developments in the case. Help us build up the mass movement needed to Free the WikiLeaks Publisher from the clutches of Belmarsh prison.

Nearest Tube:

Charing Cross Charing Cross (on the Bakerloo and Northern lines) is the closest Tube station, with an entrance/exit towards Trafalgar Square. The following stations are within a few minutes’ walk: Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly lines) Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines)

Please note London Transport requires the use of Facemasks to protect against the spread of Covid19. Free Assange cloth masks can be ordered from the Official Wikileaks Shop.

@FollowWestwood to The Old Bailey Tuesday 21st July 8:15am (New Time)!

Facebook Event Page

Follow Vivienne Weswood outside the Old Bailey (Central Criminal Court) for a encaging solidarity action in support of her dear friend and our hero Julian Assange.

Fight against The Misrule of Law! Follow Westwood!! Bring your posters and banners!

Nearest Tube St. Paul’s

Instructions on how to get there: Link

Dame Vivienne Westwood, re-entering public life for the first time after having been shielding for 16 weeks during the COVID-19 lockdown, will be harnessed into a giant birdcage and suspended 10 feet in the air in front of The Old Bailey Criminal Court, EC4M 7EH in protest about the illegal U.S. extradition of Julian Assange for telling the truth about American war crimes.

Westwood, dressed in a yellow trouser suit, will enact the metaphor of ‘The Canary In Coal Mine’, which is indicative of Assange being sacrificed for identifying ‘poison’ in the system.

The banner “I AM JULIAN ASSANGE’ will be in front of the cage.

According to Westwood: “Stop War! Stop government + legal corruption! – Gaming the legal system. Rule of Law gone. Invents a crime + stitch up the victim to fit – in this case: it is a crime to publish American war crimes. Free Assange”.

Assange’s U.S. extradition trial, due to recommence on the Monday, 7th September 2020 will be at The Old Bailey.

Westwood’s activist son, Joe Corré, is behind the protest. Corré, who founded Agent Provocateur, famously turned down an MBE in 2007, in protest against the illegal war in Iraq that Tony Blair took Britain into.

Joe Corré says: “Julian Assange is being persecuted for speaking the truth”.

“The UK public and the international community must now urgently mobilise to shield him from the 175-year living death sentence awaiting him in the United States”.

“Assange’s legal battle is the most important case in our time about press freedom, about whistleblowers, and about holding the powerful to account through the media”.

“The media, the public, the judiciary, the politicians, should be outraged over his treatment”.

Please share your photos from the event below and spread the world to Save Julian !!!

Address: Central Criminal Court, The Old Bailey, London EC4M 7EH

Nearest Tube: St. Paul’s on the Central Line

 

Administrative Court Hearing Westminster Magistrates Court 27/7/20 10am

It is extremely important supporters attend and witness proceedings at court every time there is a court hearing.

Nearest Tube: Marylebone, Baker street and Edgware Road,

Please note London Transport requires the use of Facemasks to protect against the spread of Covid19.

JADC Organising Meeting Regents Park 27/7/20 around 12 noon

Straight after the Court hearing. From Baker Street to the nearest entrance of Regents Park, turn right, cross the iron bridge, turn left 200 metres is the Bandstand.

 

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