With the advent of Julian Assange's revocation of asylum by the Ecuadorian embassy, and subsequent arrest by UK police, we face dark days. This is about how we fight back where we can, and move forward, in Julian's name.
Here we are. And, though disappointed, I'm not necessarily surprised. Why, you ask? Well, it's not altogether different from 2016. And in some ways similar to other elections as far back as 2000.