The Julian Assange Show: Episode 3

The Julian Assange Show: Episode 3 During the course of the Arab Spring, the Middle East was shaken by a series of revolutionary movements that began in Tunisia. In this episode, Assange speaks to Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki on a variety of topics.
The debate is wide ranging, including their shared personal experiences of prison, the human rights record of the US, democratic Islamism, torture and secret files. But, despite their obvious mutual respect, Assange is able to challenge Marzouki, both over the censorship of the internet in Tunisia and on his position over the revolutions in Bahrain and Syria. According to the President, "we have to forget about the positions of Nasrallah and people like him. There is no good dictatorship. Dictatorship is dictatorship: corrupted, brutal and against the people."

Episode 1: Hassan Nasrallah

Episode 2: Slavoj Zizek and David Horowitz

Episode 3: President Moncef Marzouki

Episode 4: Alaa Abdul El-Fattah and Nabeel Rajab

Episode 5: Moazzam Begg and Asim Qureshi

Episode 6: President Rafael Correa

Episode 7: Occupy Wall Street

Episode 8: Cypherpunks - Part 1

Episode 9: Cypherpunks - Part 2

Episode 10: Imran Khan

Episode 11: Noam Chomsky and Tariq Ali

Episode 12: Anwar Ibrahim

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