Baywatch babe and model mom, Pamela Anderson, 49, has recently penned a letter of love on her blog, speaking about her man, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and she professes her love for him and the reasons of why she loves him. This is sweet.
Julian Assange who has been couped up at the Ecuadorian Embassy in Mayfair, London for the past five years for the reasons of political asylum. Pamela Anderson has been visiting him at least every month, since October of 2016, but the very first time she ever visited him was back in September of 2014. Reportedly first being introduced to him through fashion designer, Vivianne Westwood. But, their dating or very close friendship has grown even stronger in the last 6 months. Pamela went into detail about her relationship and fondness for Julian, in her own words.
“My relationship with Julian – it’s no secret. He is one of my favourite people and he might be the most famous, most politicised refugee of our time. Famous for being persecuted is not a position of power but a position of vulnerability. I am concerned.Julian is a human being who is extremely empathetic and cares deeply about the world. And because of his work he has made some powerful enemies in a few countries, America especially, by exposing them. Julian is trying to free the world by educating it. It is a romantic struggle. I love him for this.”
We couldn’t agree more and we fully support their relationship and one would hope that Julian Assange will be able to walk out of those doors, some day, very soon.
Julian Assange is afraid that he will be extradited to the U.S.A. if he ever leaves the embassy, for reported Whistleblowing on part of the website Wikileaks, but as anyone with any common sense would see it, it is that there’s still hope for an eventual release, given Assange’s humanitarian work of sorts and also that he’s being unjustly persecuted for that.
If anything, some leaks have done a lot of good in the world and which is why many more people are urging for his freedom. Not only Pamela Anderson, but many others feel that it is time that he should be set free, an ever burgeoning topic which we believe should be addressed in the near future by people in the positions of power.
Julian has already been suffering enough, through the seemingly clear-cut smear campaign ordeal with a supposed rape allegation in Sweden, which beggars belief and it has the major undertones of a political set-up, in order to stop him in his tracks. Everybody knows that, as well.
Here’s Pamela’s Blog Note in full, please read it.
Julian avoided extradition to Sweden by claiming asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy, but representatives from Sweden did visit him in the Embassy late last year and we don’t think that this supposed rape allegation, holds any water whatsoever and everyone can see that.
Just a political tactic to dirty up his name, coming from the top, because Julian Assange is a freedom fighter. He was clearly targeted even in Sweden in the year of 2010, due to Wikileaks, so could this have been a set-up? Who knows?
Reportedly, the meeting went very well with the Swedish representatives and with Sweden being so liberal, perhaps they should admit that the rape allegation is a sham and so that they can lay that to rest, once and for all. Since if there was ever anybody that deserves a Nobel Peace Prize, it would be Julian Assange, so we feel that he should be nominated for the next years award, pending him being able to walk out of that Embassy.
Stand with Assange. Brainstain, over and out!
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