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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The Very Book The Government Does Not Want You To Read Just Went #1 In The World

The Very Book The Government Does Not Want You To Read Just Went #1 In The World By Arjun Walia The Facts: Edward Snowden recently released a book titled Permanent Record. The US government is now suing the publisher of the book for not giving the CIA and the NSA a chance to erase classified details from the book. Reflect On: What is the government really protecting? Are they protecting the well being of the citizenry or are they protecting immoral, unethical, political, corporate and elitist interests? George Orwell’s 1984…

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Edward Snowden Responds After Trump DOJ Sues Whistleblower Over New Memoir the US Government “Does Not Want You to Read”

Edward Snowden Responds After Trump DOJ Sues Whistleblower Over New Memoir the US Government “Does Not Want You to Read” By Julia Conley Citing what First Amendment advocates have called an “unconstitutional” system of controlling what federal employees can and cannot say about their work, President Donald Trump’s Justice Department on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden over the publication of his new memoir. The day the book Permanent Record was released, the DOJ filed its lawsuit claiming Snowden had published without submitting the book for “pre-publication…

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Edward Snowden Releases Tell-All Book, Promptly Notes He’s NOT Planning to Kill Himself

Edward Snowden Releases Tell-All Book, Promptly Notes He’s NOT Planning to Kill Himself By Matt Agorist To some, Edward Snowden is a hero whose bravery and self-sacrifice helped to inform the world on the surveillance state treachery taking place behind the scenes throughout the United States and other Western governments. To others—namely those who profit and benefit from warrantlessly spying on innocent American citizens—Snowden is a traitor worthy of the death penalty. For those who don’t know who Snowden is, we encourage you to read more. And, now you can,…

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Assange STAYS — Why We All Knew This Was Coming

Assange STAYS — Why We All Knew This Was Coming By Jason Bermas The travesty being committed against Julian Assange continues as it’s been ruled that the political prisoner must remain in custody even after he serves his most recent sham sentence. Jason is joined by Steve Poikonen from Slow News Day and the Free Assange Vigil Series to cover the latest details about the indictments, the narrative being constructed in the mainstream media, as well as the most effective forms of activism for getting justice for Julian Assange and…

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Snowden Spills: Infamous Whistleblower Opines on Spycraft, AI, and Being Suicided

Snowden Spills: Infamous Whistleblower Opines on Spycraft, AI, and Being Suicided By Tyler Durden Edward Snowden has finally laid it all out – documenting his memoirs in a new 432-page book, Permanent Record, which will be published worldwide on Tuesday, September 17. Meeting with both The Guardian and Spiegel Online in Moscow as part of its promotion, the infamous whistleblower spent nearly five hours with the two media outlets – offering a taste of what’s in the book, details on his background, and his thoughts on artificial intelligence, facial recognition, and other intelligence gathering tools coming…

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The Prosecution Against Julian Assange: Where 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand

The Prosecution Against Julian Assange: Where 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand By Kevin Gosztola WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been jailed in London’s Belmarsh Prison since April 11, when Ecuador authorities revoked his political asylum in their embassy and British authorities arrested him. The United States government had Assange arrested for extradition on charges of violating the Espionage Act and conspiracy to commit a computer crime that stem from the disclosures from U.S. Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning that were published in 2010. As part of a questionnaire on presidential executive power,…

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A Society Is Only As Free As Its Most Troublesome Political Dissident

A Society Is Only As Free As Its Most Troublesome Political Dissident By Caitlin Johnstone You wouldn’t know it from any Western mass media reporting as of this writing, but musician Roger Waters is about to perform the iconic Pink Floyd song “Wish You Were Here” in front of the office of British Home Secretary Priti Patel in order to draw attention to the persecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Earlier this year, billionaire Richard Branson staged a “Live Aid”-stye concert in Colombia near the Venezuela border with the purported…

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