Journalist: Newsweek Suppressed OPCW Scandal And Threatened Me With Legal Action

Journalist: Newsweek Suppressed OPCW Scandal And Threatened Me With Legal Action By Caitlin Johnstone A Newsweek journalist has resigned after the publication reportedly suppressed his story about the ever-growing OPCW scandal, the revelation of immensely significant plot holes in the establishment Syria narrative that you can update yourself on by watching this short seven-minute video or this more detailed video here. “Yesterday I resigned from Newsweek after my attempts to publish newsworthy revelations about the leaked OPCW letter were refused for no valid reason,” journalist Tareq Haddad reported today via Twitter. “I have…

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CBS Just Fired Employee Who Blew Whistle on Epstein Cover-Up at ABC News

CBS Just Fired Employee Who Blew Whistle on Epstein Cover-Up at ABC News By Emma Fiala On Tuesday, Project Veritas exposed video of ABC’s Amy Robach admitting that the Disney-owned network had witness testimony pertaining to the Epstein scandal three years ago but refused to air it. Robach was recorded discussing what transpired on a “hot mic” while on set, saying: “I’ve had this interview with Virginia Roberts. We would not put it on the air.” Excuses ranged from being threatened “a million different ways” by “the Palace” after the…

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A New Kind of Tyranny: The Global State’s War on Those Who Speak Truth to Power

A New Kind of Tyranny: The Global State’s War on Those Who Speak Truth to Power By John W. Whitehead “What happens to Julian Assange and to Chelsea Manning is meant to intimidate us, to frighten us into silence. By defending Julian Assange, we defend our most sacred rights. Speak up now or wake up one morning to the silence of a new kind of tyranny. The choice is ours.”—John Pilger, investigative journalist All of us are in danger. In an age of prosecutions for thought crimes, pre-crime deterrence programs,…

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Edward Snowden On The Joe Rogan Podcast — Says US Government Could Have Prevented 9/11

Edward Snowden On The Joe Rogan Podcast — Says US Government Could Have Prevented 9/11 By Vic Bishop Since 2013 the real government whistleblower, Edward Snowden, has been in political asylum in Russia, where he continues to write books and tell his story of how as an employee of the NSA he discovered that the government was breaking the law in constructing a massive surveillance state. Today, the surveillance is such an ubiquitous part of our lives that people have come to see it as a normal part of everyday…

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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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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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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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Australia For Assange! Total Blackout In The States!

Australia For Assange! Total Blackout In The States! By Jason Bermas Nothing was said about Assange in the most recent sham debates.  And nothing was said about how a coalition of prominent Australian politicians want Assange to be extradited to Australia where he is an actual citizen instead of being shipped off to another nation to carry out “justice” (death penalty). Jason Bermas covers the latest details making news in Australia, but is nowhere to be found in U.S. major media.  Support Jason Bermas https://www.gofundme.com/f/bermasbrig… Visit Action4Assange and Unity4J…

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Octopus PROMIS: The Conspiracy Against INSLAW Software, And The Murders To Cover Up A Scandal Bigger Than Watergate

Octopus PROMIS: The Conspiracy Against INSLAW Software, And The Murders To Cover Up A Scandal Bigger Than Watergate By Aaron Kesel This article has been months in the making working with several sources to tell the tales buried in history of “The Octopus” — the INSLAW PROMIS software scandal and those killed in the wake of its tentacles. For the first time ever, new details will be revealed on the decade-old murders of two journalists: a CIA intelligence operative and an NSA whistleblower; and the imprisonment of another CIA whistleblower,…

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France Rejects Edward Snowden’s Asylum Request, Fearing “Major Fallout” With US

France Rejects Edward Snowden’s Asylum Request, Fearing “Major Fallout” With US By Tyler Durden France’s foreign minister has indicated the country has dismissed former US National Security Agency contractor and leaker Edward Snowden’s asylum request because “it is not the time”. Snowden called on French President and former Rothschild banker Emmanuel Macron to grant him political asylum from the United States, after he’s been living in Russia since the 2013 bombshell leaks were released, having first fled from Hong Kong. “He asked for asylum in France, but also elsewhere, in 2013. At…

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