The mainstream media and governments around the world have painted Julian Assange as a villain, a criminal who has endangered the lives of many. But the truth is far from that. The WikiLeaks founder is a hero who has exposed corruption and atrocities committed by governments and corporations around the world.
Julian Assange has been set up, framed and vilified for simply doing his job - holding the powerful accountable. The charges against him are nothing but a cover-up, designed to keep him silenced and imprisoned for life.
Let's take a closer look at the events that have unfolded. In 2010, WikiLeaks published a series of explosive leaks, including classified documents related to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and diplomatic cables that exposed the US government's role in various human rights abuses.
These revelations were a blow to the US government, and they were quick to take action against Julian Assange. He was accused of espionage and other charges, which led to his arrest and eventual confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for seven years.
During his time in the embassy, Julian Assange's health deteriorated, and he was denied proper medical care. It is clear that the UK and US governments were determined to punish him for his journalistic work, regardless of the harm it caused him.
But that's not all. It has recently been revealed that the US government was spying on Julian Assange and his legal team, including his conversations with his lawyers. This is a clear violation of his rights and a desperate attempt to find evidence to incriminate him.
It is time to wake up and realize that Julian Assange is not a criminal but a victim of a political witch hunt. The US government and its allies have been lying to us, painting Julian Assange as a threat to national security when, in reality, he is a hero who has risked his life to expose the truth.
We must demand justice for Julian Assange and hold those responsible for his confinement and mistreatment accountable. It is our duty as citizens to protect freedom of speech and the right to information. The truth is out there, and we must fight to ensure that it remains accessible to all.