Tag Archives: WikiLeaks

Remedy for Russian meddling should be new election

By Chris Edelson/ The Hill/ January 11, 2016 It sounds like a story lifted from the pages of a spy novel. U.S. intelligence officials have concluded that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin led a cyberespionage scheme designed to help Donald Trump win the presidential election. … Continue reading

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“Helpless Before the Corporate Onslaught”

RISE UP OR DIE By Chris Hedges/ OpEdNews/ May 20, 2013   We stand helpless before the corporate onslaught. There is no way to vote against corporate power. Citizens have no way to bring about the prosecution of Wall Street … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning and the Gangster State By Chris Hedges/ Truthdig/August 22, 2013 AP/Patrick SemanskyArmy Pfc. Bradley Manning after a                                           … Continue reading

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original source unknown If you had any doubts America has been transformed into an increasingly oppressive police state, this Democracy Now broadcast might just dispel those doubts. The video features three targeted American citizens–the interviews start at about 13:00…… Click … Continue reading

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One Thousand Days When One is Too Many By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers/Nation of Change/ Feb. 24, 2013 Please note: Although the protest activities described in this October 2011 newsletter article have already taken place this past weekend, the … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning: A Window Into the American Soul By Paul Craig Roberts/Institute for Political Economy/ December 3, 2012 Liberty consists of government being ruled by law and citizens having control over law. This was the way our founding fathers set … Continue reading

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The War on WikiLeaks

EXCLUSIVE: Julian Assange on WikiLeaks, Bradley Manning, Cypherpunks, Surveillance State Democracy Now/ November 29, 2012 In his most extended interview in months, Julian Assange speaks to Democracy Now! from inside the Ecuadorean embassy in London, where he has been holed … Continue reading

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Killing the Messenger

Prosecution of Anonymous activists highlights war for Internet control The US and allied governments exploit both law and cyber-attacks as a weapon to punish groups that challenge it By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ November 23, 2012 From a video posted … Continue reading

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WikiLeaks Endorses…..WikiLeaks

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Why WikiLeaks Is Worth Defending, Despite All of Its Flaws By Mathew Ingram/ Gigaom/ August 24, 2012 Most of the recent attention around WikiLeaks has been focused on the legal issues surrounding its controversial founder, Julian Assange. But we shouldn’t … Continue reading

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