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The Julian Assange Welcome Pledge

5 December 2010 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in activism, people | 13 Comments »


Julian Assange Welcome Pledge

Credit: craigmdennis @ flickr


I, Mike Gogulski, hereby pledge that if Julian Assange should call upon me in need of a place to stay, I will provide it to him with no questions asked, indefinitely, and with the highest degree of security and confidentiality I can provide. I’m easy to get a hold of.

Now it’s your turn. Simply replace my name with yours and publish. Link here if you wish, but publish.

  1. 13 Responses to “The Julian Assange Welcome Pledge”

  2. By James Tuttle on 5 December 2010

    I have thrown in my lot. If Bradly Manning can spend 7 months in jail, I can, at least, make a blog post. http://alliance.rationalreview.com/2010/12/the-julian-assange-welcome-pledge/

  3. By Mike Gogulski on 5 December 2010

    @James: What you said. I want to listen to thrashy industrial music now. Rawr.

  4. By Stephanie on 5 December 2010

    Shhh…isn’t this like providing [whoever is watching and listening] with a list of friends’ houses to look for him at?

  5. By Mike Gogulski on 5 December 2010

    @Štefka: Once there are 10,000 people who’ve made the pledge, the waters will be sufficiently muddied to provide him greater freedom of movement, not to mention a supportive network.

  6. By Kev Artus on 5 December 2010

    Hell, yes! “I, Mike Gogulski, hereby pledge that if Julian Assange should call upon me in need of a place to stay, I will provide it to him with no questions asked, indefinitely, and with the highest degree of security and confidentiality I can provide. I’m easy to get a hold of.” Kev Artus

    THANK YOU WIKILEAKS!

  7. By James Tuttle on 5 December 2010

    I share a cell with Andy Dufresne, Captain Virgil Hilts and Dr. Timothy Leary; no prison can hold us.

  8. By Jim Davidson on 5 December 2010

    http://indsovu.com/tiki-view_blog_post.php?postId=30

    I am Spartacus!

  9. By Jim Davidson on 5 December 2010

    Tuttle, it’s just “Hilts.”

  10. By CertainQuirk on 5 December 2010

    I would just point out a grammatical error: “Simply replace your name with mine” should read “…my name with yours.” :)

  11. By Mike Gogulski on 5 December 2010

    @Certain: Yaar, fixed, matey!

  12. By Mike Gogulski on 5 December 2010

    @Jim: Ahhh… nice. Between my passport ans social security card published on the interweb and the ongoing confusion of our two identities, we just might achieve real privacy. Either that or a Borg-like hive-mind state :)

  13. By James Tuttle on 5 December 2010

    Davidson, Virgil is also Captain of his own soul. ;)

  14. By K. Urikova on 28 August 2011

    He needs no provide with home, he needs a better lawyer. I suggest Joseph Alois Ratzinger. This holy man who is not narcistic, not egoistic, always tells the truth and never makes a mistake would explain all the world, that not using a preservative is definitelly not a crime. It is HOLY!!! (Especially while raping a small child)…


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