This is a link to three posts that I liked in The Australian Independent Media Network.
All three posts are from April 12, 2019:
“Julian Assange: a scapegoat for history’s violent male aggression” by By Jerome Irwin
Shredding Asylum: The Arrest of Julian Assange
“The man seemed like a bearded emissary, a holy figure nabbed in his sleep. He looked similarly pale as to how he did in 2013, but he cut a more shocking figure. Most prisoners would have had room to move in a compound. The Ecuadorean embassy in London only offered modest space and access to sun light. Hospitality of late was in short supply. . . .”
We have a Federal Election coming up. John Kelly writes in the AIM Network:
“This Election, Try Telling the Truth: Having a good memory for past federal elections and the tactics employed, going back as far as 1958, I cannot recall a time when dishonesty and outright lies played such a pivotal role in the strategy of the Liberal Party. . . . “