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Spanish ‘inquisition’ document blames Julian Assange and Yoko Ono for independence vote

As Catalan President Carles Puigdemont spoke at a press conference in Brussels, details emerged of a Madrid document that partly blames the current crisis in Spain on a number of well known people from around the world. The Spanish government … Continue reading

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When a leading university caves in to pressure from spooks, we all need to be afraid

The dean of Harvard University’s Kennedy School, Douglas Elmendorf, invited war crimes whistleblower and LGBTQ+ campaigner Chelsea Manning to be a visiting fellow. But the very next day, after pressure from a former and a current CIA director, the offer … Continue reading

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Twitter fails to prevent ‘fake news’ impersonation accounts of Assange and WikiLeaks

A lot of time is being expended in the creation of several Julian Assange impostor accounts on Twitter. These accounts equate to black propaganda. They are aimed squarely at Assange, as well as unwitting Twitter followers. The problem appears to … Continue reading

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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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Evidence offered that murdered Democrat insider was WikiLeaks source

It has been claimed that murdered US Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich was the source of sensitive documents leaked to WikiLeaks. But this claim is not from WikiLeaks, which has a long-held policy of never divulging its sources. … Continue reading

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange may be about to face his greatest challenge yet

On 19 May 2017, Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny announced the end of a preliminary investigation into an allegation of rape against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. But Assange is staying exactly where he is. At least until he receives assurances that he won’t … Continue reading

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Chelsea Manning inspired the world to expose wrong doings; now she is free and looking great!

In August 2013, Chelsea (then Bradley) Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison. During her three years in military custody awaiting trial, Manning – as attested by the UN Special Rapporteur – was subjected to torture. Manning’s aunt once said of … Continue reading

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