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Why #Unity4J is important?
From its own word "unity", we know that it has a value and importance. Through this project, people can now speak its rights freely to help and support Julian Assange. Humanity must practiced and used human rights that helps every individual to protect all people from political, legal and social abuses. In this generation, social medias are much more influential in the community all over the world.
Human right exists in morality and in law national and in international levels. Assange needs our unity with this matter for he is truly an innocent man being subjected into not fair treatment. We should stand and speak for our right together to free Julian Assange but first we need to know first what rights we are standing and fighting for. Government now a days sometimes let humanity being blind with what is really the truth. Their complaints with a concept of justice incorporates the measure of impartiality and equality.
WikiLeaks is more than just a website. It is one of the fastest growing, nonprofit news organizations in the twenty first century. With millions of documents posted, WikiLeaks has recently released over 250,000 documents related to US Embassy message traffic; a majority of which are either Secret NOFORN (No Foreign Nationals) or Classified. The disclosure of these documents has seriously impeded diplomatic relations between various countries, with the US being the primary target. In these various “cables”, as they’re commonly referred to, the internal thoughts and opinions of several high ranking United States officials is laid bare for anyone with internet access to observe. Many would claim that this is an extreme exercise in Freedom of Speech; simply keeping open the lines of communication between our government and its people. This is a righteous façade of the truth. The reality is this: WikiLeaks is damaging. It is damaging to our country’s ability to present a coherent and clear diplomatic embrace to our friends and allies alike.
The people releasing the material don’t seem to share the same assertion of the consequences of their actions. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claims:
“Since 2006, we have been working along this philosophy that organizations which are abusive and need to be [in] the public eye. If their behavior is revealed to the public, they have one of two choices: one is to reform in such a way that they can be proud of their endeavors, and proud to display them to the public. Or the other is to lock down internally and to balkanize, and as a result, of course, cease to be as efficient as they were.”