Setting the World to Rights 380

Just got back after a long chat with Julian Assange. We were joined for a light supper by the ever interesting and ebullient Yanis Varoufakis. Another of those brilliant evenings that will live in the mind.

Julian is very aware of the persistent rumours about his position or health. He is fine apart from a cold, and buoyed by recent events.

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  • Gloria Steemsonne

    That must have been an evening to remember for sure! Pleased to hear that JA is well and in good spirits. We have to support this man and free him.

  • Saranac Zen NYC NY

    So happy to hear that Julian is OK. I was deeply upset with teary eyes after viewing Alex Jones video freaking out that Julian has been taken and possibly harmed.
    Love, peace and freedom to Julian Assange!

  • Janina Simons

    anyone who believes this, needs to have a good listen to the tape… Who is this guy,,,,, why is everyone trusting him…???? bunch of silly people, who havent yet checked him out…. but that is what sheep wil do follow blindly ….. baaaaa

    • Nicky

      Craig Murray was a supporter of Julien. He gave a speech in front of the embassy in tribute of him earlier this year. This is the only compelling evidence I have come across that Julien is still in the embassy. Everything else seems to point to the fact that he isn’t there anymore. Could Craig Murray be under pressure to keep up the charade that JA is still ok and inside the embassy? Every day that passes makes me think that this must be the case.

    • Madeleine Love

      “long chat with Julian Assange” = through US spy service communication devices
      Craig & Yanis’s location not declared

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