Original Post published 11th December 2014 @22:00 and can be found archived here: https://archive.today/cENwy
Public executions exist in Saudia Arabia, as do police death squads in Kenya. Public executions and death squads are part of this country’s past too. Most of us are happy to keep such barbaric behaviours squarely in the past and through history many have given their lives for the recognition of human rights and the improvement of the human condition. Presumption of Innocence, Rule of Law, Protection of Life and Freedom we all value and take for granted.
You would not therefore expect the British Broadcasting Corporation to employ Mr Phipps in writing a comedy about Julian Assange when the former has publicly advocated for the public extrajudicial assassination of the latter.
This is shocking, wrong, dangerous.
Julian Assange’s health is deteriorating due to his current living conditions, unable to enjoy his political asylum due to…
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