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(FULL/UNEDITED) Julian Assange Christmas Address from Ecuador Embassy in London

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Published on Dec 20, 2012

NOTE: RT's YouTube upload is 11 minutes - Compared to this one 13 minutes

12/20/2012

"True democracy is the resistance of people armed with the truth against lies. From people in Tahrir to right here in London."

The man on the frontline of the information battle, WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange, has given a Christmas address. He has delivered his speech from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he's been ensconced for six months, after being granted political asylum.

"My freedom is limited, I am at least able to communicate. Unlike Gottfrid Svartholm, Jeremy Hammond, Nabeel Rajab, Brad Manning," said Assange. During his speech he also made a major announcement, ""WikiLeaks already has 1 million documents being prepared for release. These documents will affect EVERY country in the world!" Assange also referenced his plans to run for Australian Senate in 2013.

Assange supporters outside the Embassy chanted "El pueblo unido, jamás será vencido!" which means, "The people united, will never be defeated!"

http://wikileaks.org/

http://LeakSource.wordpress.com

http://twitter.com/LeakSourceNews

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