Australian Newspapers “Censor” Their Front Pages in Protest Against Government Secrecy Laws

Australian Newspapers “Censor” Their Front Pages in Protest Against Government Secrecy Laws By Mong Palatino In an unprecedented show of unity, Australian media outlets ran similar stories and redacted front pages featuring the ‘right to know’ campaign in response to government actions that undermine the work of journalists. Australia’s Right to Know coalition said that rival media groups have joined forces to defend press freedom: The media plays a vital role in telling the public what’s really going on. But journalists and whistleblowers in Australia live in fear of criminal…

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Four Lessons From The Biggest Riots In Decades

Four Lessons From The Biggest Riots In Decades By Simon Black, Sovereign Man If you’re been following the news, you might have seen reports about civil unrest in Chile– the worst in decades. I lived in Chile for more than seven years before moving to Puerto Rico; I still have business interests there, along with hundreds of employees (both foreign and local), many of whom I’ve been speaking to over the last few days. First things first, Chile is ordinarily a quiet, stable, peaceful country. The last time Chile went…

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Assange Denied Request To Delay Extradition Hearing; Prepares To Fight “Unprecedented” Charges

Assange Denied Request To Delay Extradition Hearing; Prepares To Fight “Unprecedented” Charges By Tyler Durden Julian Assange’s extradition trial will move forward in February 2020 after a London judge denied his request for a 90-day extension to submit evidence and formulate his claim that “unprecedented” charges against him are politically motivated. Judge Vanessa Baraitser of the Westminster magistrates court refused the request, which the United States opposed. The 48-year-old Assange faces 18 counts in the US, including conspiring to violate an espionage law and assisting whistleblower Chelsea Manning with hacking…

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Texas Rep Introduces H.R. 4741 So Telecoms Can Skip Environmental and Historic Preservation Reviews to Install 4G and 5G Small Cells

Texas Rep Introduces H.R. 4741 So Telecoms Can Skip Environmental and Historic Preservation Reviews to Install 4G and 5G Small Cells By B.N. Frank Doctors, engineers, environmentalists, meteorologists, NASA, NOAA, The U.S. Navy, security experts and utility companies are all warning that the widespread installation of 5G technology will cause disastrous results (see 1, 2, 3, 4). American opposition against 5G continues to increase.  So do the lawsuits against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for forcing 5G installation on communities despite the fact that telecom executives have provided NO scientific…

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All Hell Has Broken Loose In Chile: VIDEOS

All Hell Has Broken Loose In Chile: VIDEOS By Dagny Taggart The S has hit the F in Chile. Citizens are protesting economic inequalities in the country. The protests began after the government raised metro prices, which appears to have been the final straw for the people. It sure looks like martial law has been imposed there, in response to civil unrest. This is a developing story. The reasons for the protests are complicated – we are looking into it and will have the details soon, but for now – take…

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The Future of Fake News in the Digital Matrix

The Future of Fake News in the Digital Matrix By Truthstream Media Fake News is kind of like the new “conspiracy theorist” label that gets thrown toward independent voices who question anything coming from establishment sources and mainstream media. However, as Melissa Dykes shows in this video, those establishment sources have been outright lying and propagandizing for decades. The most recent debacle from ABC News showing a Kentucky gun range as a bombing in Syria is a wonderfully obvious example.  Melissa provides some other obvious recent examples, including the rise…

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U.S. Senator Calls For Halting TSA Facial Recognition In Airports As Tech Rolls Out In Schools Nationwide

U.S. Senator Calls For Halting TSA Facial Recognition In Airports As Tech Rolls Out In Schools Nationwide By Aaron Kesel A U.S. Senator called for an end to facial recognition in airports due to lack of oversight on the technology. Meanwhile, facial recognition is spreading across the U.S. in schools everywhere according to a report. Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., brought up several issues with facial recognition technologies and warned against moving forward without sufficient protections for data being collected, during a hearing held by the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science…

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Military Police Deployed As 500,000 Catalan Independence Protesters Shut Down Barcelona

Military Police Deployed As 500,000 Catalan Independence Protesters Shut Down Barcelona By Tyler Durden Central Barcelona has reportedly been paralyzed as mass protests which international reports estimate to number over a half-million people are driven by outrage at harsh prison sentences for pro-independence leaders handed down by the top Spanish court. Protest leaders are vowing “the streets will be ours” as they push for Catalan independence, and as riot police have begun clashing with stone-throwing activists, who are also in some places of the city setting makeshift roadblocks ablaze. With night fall, reporters on the…

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Trump Campaign To Sue CNN For “Substantial Payment” After Project Veritas Undercover Exposé

Trump Campaign To Sue CNN For “Substantial Payment” After Project Veritas Undercover Exposé By Tyler Durden The Trump administration plans to sue CNN over bias and “wrongful practices” following revalations contained in a recent Project Veritas undercover exposé. In a four-page letter to CNN, its CEO Jeff Zucker and Executive VP David Vigilante, Trump attorney Charles J. Harder provided several examples of bias against Trump, who seeks “a substantial payment of damages.” Listing several examples from the just-released Project Veritas videotapes of CNN insiders describing Zucker’s demand for “impeachment above all else,” Harder wrote that they “are merely…

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Deep Dive: An Unbiased Overview Of The Trump-Biden Ukraine Scandal

Deep Dive: An Unbiased Overview Of The Trump-Biden Ukraine Scandal By Aaron Kesel Scandal-plagued U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic “wonder boy” candidate Joe Biden have been exchanging political punches over a new scandal that erupted in Ukraine. Trump asked the Ukrainian President to investigate potential corruption involving Joe’s son, Hunter Biden, after a prosecutor investigating his financial dealings was fired in exchange for billions of dollars in U.S. govt aid organized by Joe Biden as Vice President of the U.S. Although, the mainstream media wants the public to believe…

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