Making his television debut on ABC's QandA, Andrew Partos leads with two questions about Julian Assange to a panel that includes Australia's Attorney General Nicola Roxon and Jeffrey Robinson QC. If given a third chance to speak, he would have mentioned his conversation with Mastercard executive David Masters, regarding the Wikileaks blockade.
In this interview, Partos stands his ground against Masters, who allegedly told him that Mastercard Australia acted on instructions from Julia Gillard and Nicola Roxon to block donations to Wikileaks.
Andrew is a Holocaust survivor and prolific writer of letters to the press in the name of justice and free speech. In the last six years, he has had some 600 letters published but claims to have written over 3000. For that reason he calls himself both the most published - and unpublished! - citizen in Australia.