Wikileaks Julian Assange has completed filming twelve episodes of his forthcoming show, “The World Tomorrow” and I say he sure has balls and he is not stopping.

Posted on April 14, 2012

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THE WORLD TOMORROW

NEW ASSANGE TV SHOW AIRING ON Tuesday 17 April 2012 according to press release dated Friday, 13th April

According to a statement on the Wikileaks Twitter account, Julian Assange has completed filming twelve episodes of his forthcoming show, “The World Tomorrow”. The first episode will be aired on RT and released online on Tuesday 17 April 2012, with other networks to follow.

Julian Assange, founder and Editor-in-Chief of WikiLeaks, has been under house arrest, without charge, for almost 500 days. Over the past two months, his temporary home in the English countryside has played host to a series of extraordinary conversations with some of the most interesting and controversial people alive in the world today.

“The World Tomorrow” is a collection of twelve interviews featuring an eclectic range of guests, who are stamping their mark on the future: politicians, revolutionaries, intellectuals, artists and visionaries. The world’s last five years have been marked by an unrelenting series of economic crises and political upheavals. But they have also given rise to the eruption of revolutionary ferment in the Middle East and to the emergence of new protest movements in the Euro-American world. In Julian’s words, the aim of the show is “to capture and present some of this revolutionary spirit to a global audience. My own work with WikiLeaks hasn’t exactly made my life easier”, says Assange, “but it has given us a platform to broadcast world-shifting ideas.”

For Julian, part of the show’s strength lies in its “frank and irreverent tone”. “My conviction is that power can only be transformed if it is taken seriously – but ordinary people must resist the temptation to defer to the powerful.”

The original music for the show has been composed by British-Sri Lankan artist M.I.A.

The first interview will be broadcast on RT on Tuesday 17 April, at 11:00 London time. Subsequent interviews, edited to last 26 minutes each, will be broadcast on a weekly basis. The interviews and transcripts will also be made available online. Arrangements are currently being made with other licensees to publish longer edits of the series. For more information on the show, please visit worldtomorrow.wikileaks.org http://worldtomorrow.wikileaks.org

The announcement arrived on the WikiLeaks website  and it noted that the broadcasts will center on one key theme: The world tomorrow. It says:

“Upheavals and revolutions in the Middle East have commenced an era of political change that is still unfolding. In the West, the deterioration of the rule of law has demonstrated the bankruptcy of once leading political institutions and ideologies. The internet has never been so strong, or so much under attack.”

Wikileaks exposed and published 5 Million Emails

http://assange.rt.com   oh my!!!!  technology does have many technical glitches and internet is not all that safe mainly from an end user point of view.

Question do you believe you are safe on the internet from an end user point of view?

My digital human journey – the quest to finding a solution for end user protected tools – since 2004, I am about 95% there in spite of so many financial, obstacles & challenges I faced ….I am just about there.

Watch for the cool solution some of the technology leaders I am working with are gearing to launch and have developed   some of us believe it will be a game changer in the digital security sector in the cloud for the internet.

 

As we are on the subject of privacy hey check this post  ‘We’ll protect your private data’: CISPA embracing Facebook tries to calm users’ fears   http://rt.com/usa/news/cispa-facebook-privacy-violation-061/

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