Who has hopped on board the campaign
Posted by Laurie on May 18, 2022, 2:08 pm, in reply to "Thanks for that. Nice!"
It's interesting to see who has hopped on board the campaign to support Julian Assange recently. For about 8 – 10 years the condemnation and slurs against Julian were deafening. But in the last 2 – 3 years a whole range of organisations have joined the campaign to support Julian. Amnesty International wouldn't touch the campaign but then 2 – 3 years ago it did. Lefty Labour MPs suddenly started speaking up. I know someone involved in the campaign who asked Corbyn (quite a few years ago) to support us – he turned his back on him and ignored him. Now Corbyn speaks at pro-wikileaks rallies. |
So what's happened?
The OSCE is a pretty nasty organisation. But it sends support and funds to the campaign. The campaign could either accept it or reject it, it's accepted it.
Quotes from the OSCE website:
“The steady development of close co-operation between the OSCE and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is one of the most significant features of post-Cold War patterns in inter-organizational co-operation.”
“Relations between the OSCE and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) have been crucial in developing the security architecture of post-Cold War Europe.”