Tag Archives: Donald Trump

Secret recording raises more questions about those leaked Democrats’ emails [AUDIO]

It now appears that award-winning journalist Seymour Hersh backs the claim that it was murdered Democratic Party staffer Seth Rich who leaked Democratic National Convention (DNC) emails to WikiLeaks. Forensic evidence has come to light, meanwhile, suggesting Russia was not directly … Continue reading

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If these latest allegations are true, Trump’s days as President may be numbered

A lawsuit has just been issued that implicates US President Donald Trump. It alleges that he reviewed and authorised a story that claimed murdered Democrat staffer Seth Rich was responsible for leaking Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails. There is also … Continue reading

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How maths, data-harvesting and ‘psyops’ were used to win Brexit

The days when informed voting simply meant watching the party political broadcasts or scrutinising party manifestos are long gone. These days there is a multi-million pound industry that specialises in managing voter behaviour. This is achieved through a combination of … Continue reading

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Immunity from prosecution is rejected for Trump insider, but it’s not all about Russia

Retired US lieutenant general and former national security adviser Michael Flynn recently offered to testify about alleged links between Russia and US President Donald Trump. But the Senate Intelligence Committee rejected his request for immunity. As former attorney Seth Abramson has said, however: Flynn’s … Continue reading

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Zapatista revolutionaries launch campaign to support deported/detained immigrants globally

The Zapatista movement in Mexico has launched a campaign to help financially support immigrants persecuted and deported by US President Donald Trump. But the focus of the campaign isn’t a protest march. It’s delicious organic coffee. The coffee is available to … Continue reading

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NSA denial of Trump surveillance is just “word games” (Edward Snowden)

US president Donald Trump alleged that phones in Trump Tower had been ‘wiretapped’. The White House media spokesperson then named GCHQ as the culprit. But the British intelligence-gathering agency strongly denied this. However it did not elaborate on how the … Continue reading

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Forget ‘fake news’, prepare for fake peace as Trump’s Mid-East endgame looms

  Power games in the Middle East are seldom about fighting terrorism or securing human rights. They’re about oil, and who controls its supply. But an endgame in the Syrian conflict may now be in sight. And that endgame is likely … Continue reading

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Millions rediscover their revolutionary soul as they throw down the gauntlet to Trump

Just under five million people, the vast majority of whom were women, marched in cities and towns, not just across America, but worldwide. Their demands were many but, in essence, that US President Donald Trump goes. The numbers – only … Continue reading

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Former MI6 agent’s Trump allegations, despite FBI inaction, may only be the beginning

Months of inaction by the FBI forced former MI6 spy Christopher Steele to turn to the ‘alternative’ media to publicise his allegations against President-elect Donald Trump. In the end, the allegations were published in the form of a ‘dossier’ by … Continue reading

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US nationwide riots reveal revolutionary undercurrent and plan for general strike

The shock of a Donald Trump victory in the US presidential elections may finally jolt Americans into rethinking their country’s political structures. And the post-election riots, along with plans for a general strike, may well be an outlet for citizens’ democratic … Continue reading

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