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Supporters marked Julian Assange’s 50th birthday on July 3rd, 2021 with music, speeches and birthday celebrations at Belmarsh prison, where Julian remains incarcerated. These birthday messages of solidarity from John Pilger, Andrew Feinstein and Chris Williamson to Julian were read … Continue reading
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SAT 1ST MARCH 2014: A DAY FOR SOLIDARITY With several rallies, a London march against government and corporate corruption and injustice, and Sydney’s Mardi Gras having a strong whistleblowing Chelsea Manning contingent, the weekend was especially about solidarity, and I … Continue reading
Tagged Andy Worthington, Anti terror strategies, anti-corruption, Birmingham, Chelsea Manning, court, Craig Murray, demo, Ecuadorian Embassy, Julian Assange, march, Mardi Gras, Moazzam Begg, Muslim, Occupy!, PREVENT, solidarity, speakers, surveillance, torture, whistleblower, WikiLeaks
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by Ciaron O’Reilly Photos by Nastya Sergienya London response to the verdict on Tuesday 30 July Tuesday 30 July was the verdict day in the Bradley Manning court martial show trial that has been ongoing since 3 June at Fort … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Britain, Catholic Worker, Court Martial, Edward Snowden, London, Michael Lyons, performance, Queer Friends of Bradley Manning, solidarity, speakers, torture, trial, Veterans for Peace, WISE Up
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10 September 2012 During the day we became aware that Juan Mendez, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, and a significant contributor to the highlighting of Bradley Manning’s barbaric treatment in his pre-trial confinement, was due to speak that evening at … Continue reading
Tagged Bradley Manning, Britain, Chatham House, Gareth Peirce, Juan Mendez, Julian Assange, London, meeting, solidarity, speakers, torture
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Around 60 people gathered on Saturday at 2pm at the US Embassy in London to show their support for Bradley Manning. The silent vigil organised by Veterans for Peace UK was followed by speeches. A supporter unveiled a new ‘Collateral Slaughter’ … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Britain, Ecuadorian Embassy, Julian Assange, London, speakers, US Embassy, Veterans for Peace, vigil
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6 August 2012: Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki Genny Bove: I was asked to talk about Bradley Manning as one of four speakers at the annual Hiroshima Flower Memorial event in Chester on Monday 6 August. The Memorial includes scattering white … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Britain, Chester, Flower memorial, Hiroshima, Julian Assange, solidarity, speakers, Wales, WISE Up
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Update This benefit gig raised AUD$500. The money is being passed on to the Manning family and the Assange Defence Fund. Solidarity Gig: Brisbane, Australia, 7 July 2012 The July 7 Solidarity Gig for Julian Assange and Bradley Manning was … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Australia, benefit gig, Bradley Manning, Brisbane, Catholic Worker, exhibition, Irish, Julian Assange, Pig City, Plastic Paddies, solidarity, speakers
When we heard that Tim Price’s powerful play ‘The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning’ was to be performed by National Theatre Wales in schools in Pembrokeshire, Cardiff and Flintshire during April, starting with Tasker Milward, the school Bradley attended as a … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, art, benefit gig, Bradley Manning, Cardiff, Catholic Worker, court, Craig Murray, demo, Denbigh, exhibition, film, flyer, Food Not Bombs, Haverfordwest, leafleting, letters, meeting, National Theatre Wales, Pembrokeshire, performance, solidarity, speakers, Veterans for Peace, vigil, Wales, WikiLeaks, Wrexham
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Members of the embryonic Veterans for Peace UK chapter have been actively supporting Bradley Manning this past year. On Easter Sunday, the chapter met officially for the first time, followed by a public launch on Easter Monday. This report is … Continue reading