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Speeches in Support of Wikileaks.

Here is a series of speeches in support of Wikileaks, from rallies held at Sydney Town Hall on the 10th and 14th of December, 2010.



Greens Senator-elect Lee Rhiannon, Sydney on Friday 10 December.



This speech is by Keith Dodd, an American IT worker. Again, 10th of December.



Green Left Weekly's Simon Butler, 10th of December.




Professor Stuart Rees, Director of the Sydney Peace Foundation, addresses a crowd in Sydney for the second rally in support of Wikileaks and Julian Assange held on Tuesday 14th of December.




I Found this speech particuarly interesting. Director of the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism Professor Wendy Bacon addresses a crowd in Sydney for the second rally in support of Wikileaks and Julian Assange held on Tuesday 14th of December.

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More can be found here. And here.

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Remember:
Next Rally for Wikileaks in Sydney, 15th of January, 1pm at Town Hall
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Comments

Snowbrush said…
I blogged about WikiLeaks last week or so. I figure the U.S. government wants to destroy it so badly that they will with the help of your government and others. Can't have anyone threaten the power structure, you know.

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