“Human Rights Activists” Celebrate Facebook-Twitter Censorship

“Human Rights Activists” Celebrate Facebook-Twitter Censorship Op-Ed by Joseph Thomas All Facebook and Twitter accounts associated with Bangkok-based geopolitical analyst Tony Cartalucci have been deleted. The extent to which both American-based tech companies went to target Cartalucci could be seen in a recent Reuters article reporting on it. Written by Thai Reuters correspondent Patpicha Tanakasempipat, the article titled, “Facebook removes fake accounts from Thailand, Russia, Ukraine, Honduras,” referred to the author claiming: The accounts removed in Thailand used “fictitious personas” to promote narratives about Thai politics, U.S.-China relations, protests in Hong…

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Singapore Parliament Approves “Anti-fake News” Law, Raising Concerns About Free Speech

Singapore Parliament Approves “Anti-fake News” Law, Raising Concerns About Free Speech By Mong Palatino Singapore’s parliament approved the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA) on May 8, 2019. Commonly known as the anti-fake news law, POFMA gives broad, unchecked powers to government ministers to determine what online information is “false” and demand that it be censored or corrected. The Ministry of Law says the legislation will help stop the circulation of “deliberate online falsehoods” which it says are being used “to divide society, spread hate, and weaken democratic…

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US and Soros Take Stab at Thai Elections

US and Soros Take Stab at Thai Elections By Tony Cartalucci One such front – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – has recently released a report condemning upcoming elections as undermining the “right to vote.” To understand Soros-funded propaganda published by HRW, one must first understand why Thailand has been targeted for regime change in the first place. Why Thailand? The Southeast Asian Kingdom of Thailand serves as a pivotal regional hub economically and geopolitically. It has the second largest economy in ASEAN and remains the only Southeast Asian state to…

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US-British Neo-Imperialism and its Modern Day “Missionaries”

US-British Neo-Imperialism and its Modern Day “Missionaries” By Tony Cartalucci The worst sort of deception is that perpetrated by those who pose as defending the most vulnerable when, in reality, they are leveraging circumstances, exploiting suffering, and in many cases, playing a direct role in perpetuating both. This is an apt description of Washington, London, and Brussels’ global-spanning human rights racket – used repeatedly as a pretext for political meddling and even war. An especially cynical example of this is playing out in Southeast Asia’s nation of Myanmar. With ties…

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Reddit Censors Bangladesh Protest As Govt Shuts Down Mobile Internet; Protesters Being Injured and Killed

Reddit Censors Bangladesh Protest As Govt Shuts Down Mobile Internet; Protesters Being Injured and Killed By Aaron Kesel Bangladesh authorities have shut down mobile Internet across the country, officials and local media said on Sunday, ABS CBN News reported. Meanwhile, Reddit has begun a cardinal sin against free speech and human rights by censoring a user trying to shed light on the horrific human rights abuses happening in their country. For a week, thousands of students across Bangladesh have been protesting against poor road safety after two teenagers were killed…

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US Military Officially Ends 70-Year Presence in South Korea’s Capital City

US Military Officially Ends 70-Year Presence in South Korea’s Capital City By Jason Ditz The US military has formally ended a 70-year presence in the South Korean capital of Seoul on Friday, with the opening of a new military headquarters further south in the city of Pyeongtaek. The US has had forces in Seoul since shortly after World War 2. The new base is farther south, and therefore out of the range of North Korean artillery. The relocation has been planned for some time, though the priority is clearly lessened with…

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