Year: 2019

Open letter against Twitter censorship of pro-Assange accounts

Below is a joint statement issued by @PhillipAdams64 and @ClassConscious1 against the censorship of their accounts by Twitter on June 18th and against censorship of pro-Assange accounts more broadly. We call on all defenders of free speech and Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning to sign this open letter. Please contact ClassConscious@protonmail.com to add your name […]

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Defend free speech – Fight Twitter’s censoring of classconscious.org and Phillip Adams

by Davey Heller, 18th June 2019 On 18th June, Twitter launched an attack on free speech and the Free Julian Assange campaign by suspending the account of classconscious.org (@ClassConscious1). The move came hours after classconscious.org had tweeted out numerous tweets which linked to its article covering the global solidarity protests that occurred between the 12th […]

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Protests around the world to coincide with Assange’s court appearance on June 14th

Photo of arrest in Melbourne by Anthony Snowden By Davey Heller, June 17th 2019 Classconscious.org put out a call for protests around the world to coincide with Julian Assange’s court appearance. Originally scheduled for June 12th, the hearing was moved to June 14th. Between June 12th and 14th protests occurred in Melbourne, San Francisco, Auckland, […]

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Joanna Mogilevska: classconscious.org speech at Melbourne Free Assange and Manning Rally – 14/6/2019

To coincide with Julian Assange’s latest hearing in court in London, Joanna Mogilevska of classconscious.org takes a stand at the Free Assange and Manning rally at UK Consulate in Melbourne on June 14th 2019. The transcript of her speech can be read below: ‘Truth is ultimately all we have’. These are the words Julian Assange […]

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Class-Classcious writer’s Australian election article’s published in Independent Australia

Davey Heller, contributor to classconscious.org has had two articles published in the progressive news website Independent Australia. The 2019 Election and a history of Australian coups On June 14th, the article “The 2019 Election and a history of Australian coups” was published. It discusses how: “THE GREAT LIE of global politics is that far-right governments […]

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Born in Syria: Documentary Review

Owen Hsieh 10-6-19 Born In Syria Director: Hernán Zin 2016 86 minutes Born in Syria is a 2016 documentary from Hernán Zin, documenting the lives of the youth of Syria who have been forced to flee their country and seek asylum in the face fo the terrible the civil war. Zin is an established documentary […]

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Stand with Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning on June 12th – 14th. Call out for global protests

June 14th has been set down as the first substantive court hearing in London, in the efforts of the U.S. to extradite Julian Assange  to face espionage charges that carry up to 175 years in prison. The Trump Administration’s Department of Justice will be presenting its arguments in court for this travesty of justice. Protests […]

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Australian PM refuses to assist orphaned children of foreign fighter currently trapped in Syria.

“The sad case of Khaled Sharrouf’s children, trapped in a refugee camp in Syria in great duress, with no substantial diplomatic and consular assistance is only the latest, yet especially repugnant, episode on the part of the government of the day.”

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Open letter demanding MEAA fight to free Julian Assange presented in Melbourne

By Davey Heller, May 15th 2019 On May 3rd, World Press Freedom Day, campaigners to Free Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning visited the office of the Media union in Melbourne (MEAA) to present a letter signed by respected Australian and international journalists and media workers. The letter demanded that the MEAA do everything in its […]

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Transcipt: Davey Heller’s speech at World Press Freedom Day protest in Melbourne

Below is an edited transcript of the speech given by Davey Heller on May 3rd, World Press Freedom Day, outside the UK Consulate in Melbourne. The protest was part of a global call out of protests to Stand up for Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and all targetted whistleblowers and journalists. Hello my name is Davey […]

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