Video Tribute to Lorax “This is Radio Freedom”.
Anonymous Radio. Now! you can broadcast your ideas on truth and freedom.
What is Lorax Live?
The Lorax Live show he hosts was inspired by Nelson Mandella’s, Radio Freedom that broadcast in defiance of South Africa’s apartheid policy and carried a jail sentence of 8 years for anyone who dared to listen. The show is now in it’s third year and has a roster of guests who span the globe and respective issues of censored voices and issues.
Lorax and his guests give the audience an inside view of worlds seldom seen or understood: whether it is the impact of drones on life in remote Pakistan, or effects of genetically engineered food. He has also provided a platform for supporters of Anonymous collective to speak out against actions ignored or distorted by media, like Commander X detailing how OpIsrael raised a communications network for Palestine under siege.
Write Letters to Support Lorax – The radio show host for Lorax Live.
As an advocate for open media, Lorax held a weekly radio show to report on stories that were not covered by the main stream media. He has interviewed many guests, famous and obscure, bringing their messages to the masses. However, he was arrested for alleged defacement of Australian government websites. As a condition for bail, he is not allowed to have access to computer equipment.
With well over 100 interviews done by Lorax, he was well aware that he was a growing target for a corrupt covert empire and like many of his guests, has always been willing to pay a high personal price for speaking truth to power and fighting for a more just world and peaceful future.
Letters will be reviewed before sending. If your letter is really awesome, we may post all or part of it for public viewing to support the cause. Thanks for writing!
- We are the Lorax,
- We speak truth to power,
- We fight for a more just world,
- We are the peaceful future,
- Expect us. #FreeLorax
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