What Bitcoin Did – WBD330: A Plague of Malice: The State v Julian Assange

Location: Remotely

Date: Tuesday, 30th March


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A world where the people are afraid to hold institutions and governments accountable for their actions is a dystopian reality.

Julian Assange founded Wikileaks in 2006 to defend against injustices, hypocrisy, and tyranny; he published the truth. And for these actions, he has spent ten years fighting for his freedom.

Today is a call to action for everyone aligned with Bitcoin, freedom of speech, freedom of press, censorship-resistance, and justice. Take the time and donate to the defence of Julian Assange.

In this special episode, I talk to Julian Assange’s father and brother, John and Gabriel Shipton. My friend Janine also joins us to discuss the plague of malice regarding Julian’s case, his alignment with the Bitcoin ethos, and how you can support his defence.

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