Soldiers vs Warriors

Soldiers vs Warriors By Adam Kokesh Peace and freedom activist Adam Kokesh relaunches his YouTube channel with a powerful message to soldiers and activists. This new video explores the differences between soldiers and warriors, following orders versus doing what is right. Watch it below: Subscribe to Adam Kokesh on YouTube. Follow him on Twitter or Facebook. Support his work on Patreon. Subscribe to Activist Post for truth, peace, and freedom news. Follow us on Minds and Twitter. Provide, Protect and Profit from what’s coming! Get a free issue of Counter Markets today. Alternative News & Independent Views

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18 Ways Julian Assange Changed The World

18 Ways Julian Assange Changed The World By Lee Camp WikiLeaks revealed US war crimes, government corruption, and corporate media’s servile flattery to the power elite. If you’re a member of our ruling class, you would view those as textbook examples of treachery… In an evolved and fully realized society, the oligarchy would see Assange as a dangerous criminal (which they do), and the average working men and women would view him as justice personified (which they don’t). We would celebrate him even as the mass media told us to…

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Condemning Assange Condones The War Crimes He Exposed

Condemning Assange Condones The War Crimes He Exposed By Joziah Thayer Most of the people applauding the arrest and imprisonment of journalist Julian Assange are either still salty about Hillary Clinton losing to Donald Trump or were directly implicated in leaks published by WikiLeaks. Obama officials like Michael Hayden, James Clapper, John Brennan, and Jim Schuto who now have primetime spots on network news channels to demonize, propagandize, slander, demean and gush over the arrest of Julian Assange. Anyone who tells you that the arrest of Julian Assange is right…

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What are War Crimes?

What are War Crimes? BY ARJUN AP. War crimes include genocide, crimes against humanity, and mistreatment of civilians or combatants during war. Genocide is the most severe of these crimes. The rules regarding the conduct of war and war crimes were first discussed at The Hague, Netherlands in 1899 and 1907, respectively. These, along with the Geneva Conventions, formed the framework for the new body of international law governing conduct during war. Previous to these International Union of Hague Peace Conferences, atrocities committed during wars were considered to be regrettable,…

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UN Human Rights Council Accuses Israel of War Crimes in Gaza

UN Human Rights Council Accuses Israel of War Crimes in Gaza By Jason Ditz (ANTIWAR.COM) — In a 23-8 vote, the UN Human Rights Council voted Friday to endorse a report on Israel’s treatment protests along the Gaza Strip, which determined that the government’s actions amounted to war crimes against civilians in Gaza. The report itself was published in late February, and found that Israel intentionally shot both children and journalists in the Gaza Strip during those protests. They noted that 154 out of 183 people killed at the time had been unarmed.…

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Trump Administration Imposes Visa Ban on ICC Staff Probing US War Crimes

Trump Administration Imposes Visa Ban on ICC Staff Probing US War Crimes By Jessica Corbett Human rights defenders expressed outrage on Friday after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo revealed that the Trump administration is revoking or denying visas for any International Criminal Court (ICC) personnel who try to investigate or prosecute U.S. officials or key allies for potential war crimes. The move, Pompeo confirmed to reporters Friday morning, is a direct response to ongoing efforts by the ICC to probe allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity tied to the seemingly endless war in Afghanistan.…

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Chelsea Manning Faces Contempt Charge After Refusal to Answer Grand Jury Questions

Chelsea Manning Faces Contempt Charge After Refusal to Answer Grand Jury Questions By Julia Conley (CD) – Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning expressed no regrets Thursday when she revealed that she faces a contempt hearing— and possible jail time—after declining to answer a grand jury’s questions. Manning appeared before a grand jury Wednesday after being subpoenaed, apparently to discuss her 2010 disclosure of government and military documents about the U.S. wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to WikiLeaks. The subpoena came about three months after federal prosecutors in Virginia’s Eastern District, where the former Army intelligence…

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