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Hero or villain? WikiLeaks Julian Assange speech

Hero or villain? WikiLeaks Julian Assange speech

By George Miller WikiLeaks head Julian Assange made a nine and a half minute speech from the London Ecuadorian Embassy on October 21, 2016, after a siege of the embassy/cutoff of Internet communications and increasingly aggressive activities by the U.S. and other governments to take him into custody. Assange was granted asylum by the Ecuadorian […]

Coup by Media

Coup by Media

by Phil Erwin On FOX’s afternoon roundtable show, “The Five,” political humorist Greg Gutfeld expressed disapproval for the WikiLeaks release of “hacked” e-mails. Gutfeld feels we should not condone the theft of personal property, no matter what public value ensues. I’m not unsympathetic to Gutfeld’s concerns. But copies of at least some of those documents […]

WikiLeaks revelations appear to prove media collusion with Clinton campaign

WikiLeaks revelations appear to prove media collusion with Clinton campaign

By George Miller   WikiLeaks has taken America by storm with its blizzard of tens of thousands of damning emails, cables, etc. contained in increasing frequent “document dumps” at strategically-timed intervals. While Trump is definitely no choir boy, the releases target Hillary Clinton and her allies, including the news media. WikiLeaks head fugitive Julian Assange claims […]

The Podesta-Clinton Emails via WikiLeaks

The Podesta-Clinton Emails via WikiLeaks

By Wikileaks WikiLeaks series on deals involving Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta. Mr Podesta is a long-term associate of the Clintons and was President Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff from 1998 until 2001. Mr Podesta also owns the Podesta Group with his brother Tony, a major lobbying firm and is the Chair of the […]

WikiLeaks changes venue for “October surprise” announcement

WikiLeaks changes venue for “October surprise” announcement

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will no longer deliver the highly-anticipated “October surprise” announcement from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London because of “security concerns,” NBC News’ Jesse Rodriguez first reported. Instead, the 45-year-old whistleblower may unveil the details of the political revelation–which he hinted could prove “devastating” to the Clinton campaign— during a video press […]

WikiLeaks: E-mails Expose Clinton Gun-running to Terrorists

WikiLeaks: E-mails Expose Clinton Gun-running to Terrorists

Written by Alex Newman   . Once-secret e-mails belonging to Democrat Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton expose the involvement of Obama’s then-secretary of state in shipping weapons to jihadists, including to terrorists in the Islamic State, or ISIS, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said last week. Speaking to the far-left Democracy Now program, Assange highlighted the […]

Snowden and Media Friends: L’etat, C’est Nous

Snowden and Media Friends: L’etat, C’est Nous

By Thomas L. Knapp “[T]he return of this information to the public marks my end,” Edward Snowden told the Washington Post’s Barton Gellman prior to telling that public — under the auspices of several journalists and publications — about the NSA’s PRISM program and other horrors of the modern American surveillance state. Snowden did indeed […]

Five Years is Five Years Too Long: Free Julian Assange!

Five Years is Five Years Too Long: Free Julian Assange!

. . By Thomas L. Knapp The Associated Press reports that “British police have removed the officers standing watch over Julian Assange outside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, but say they will still do their best to arrest the WikiLeaks founder who has been holed up there since June 2012.” Arrest? Really? Assange has already […]

Paul Ryan Cooks Up Elaborate Ruse To Save Immigration Components Of Obamatrade

Paul Ryan Cooks Up Elaborate Ruse To Save Immigration Components Of Obamatrade

NSA alive and well at colleges: code MDA-904

NSA alive and well at colleges: code MDA-904

      By Jon Rappoport These days, students are, for the most part, oblivious to how their colleges and universities are funded. I’m not talking about donations from graduates and boosters, or revenue generated from televised football games. I’m talking, for example, about secretive government agencies. CIA, NSA, DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency). At Wikileaks, […]

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