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Statues of Whistleblowers Go Up in Berlin

May 6, 2015

“Anything To Say?” pay homage to Bradley Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden

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“Amidst the vociferous May Day demonstrations going on in the German capital and around the country this Friday, a sculpture was unveiled, dedicated to Edward SnowdenJulian Assange and Chelsea Manning, that isn’t looking for much noise at all, just an answer to one simple question: Anything to say? The sculptor is the Italian artist Davide Dormino.” Read More.


Lifesize “Anything To Say?” bronze sculpture featuring (L-R) former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and former US soldier Chelsea Manning convicted of violations of the Espionage Act. – May 1, 2015 at Alexanderplatz square in Berlin. (AFP Photo / Tobias Schwarz)

“Most statues in public spaces commemorate warriors.

The Dormino statues pay homage to three who said no to war, to the lies that lead to war and to the intrusion into private life that helps to perpetuate war. Manning, Assange and Snowden accepted their loss of freedom. While you remain free, thank them by erecting this reminder that we can refuse to collaborate with unaccountable power.” – The “Anything To Say?” Team

Project Anything To Say?  “Courage is contagious.” – Davide Dormino

From → World Watch

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