by Caitlin Johnstone Dec 1, 2018 For the first few hours after any new “bombshell” Russiagate story comes out, my social media notifications always light up with poorly written posts by liberal establishment loyalists saying things like “HAHAHA @caitoz this proves you wrong now will you FINALLY stop denying Russian collusion???” Then, when people start … Continue reading Never, Ever Forget The Guardian/ Politico PsyOps Against WikiLeaks
Mueller Takes Aim, But Is Trump in Trouble? by Aaron Maté Nation Nov 30, 2018 After disappearing for the midterms, Russiagate has re-emerged front and center. This week’s barrage of developments in the cases of indicted Trump campaign figures Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, and George Papadopoulos renewed long-running declarations of a presidency in peril. They coincide with a fresh … Continue reading Why Russiagate’s new bombshells might not be that explosive.
by Craig Murray Nov 27, 2018 The right wing Ecuadorean government of President Moreno continues to churn out its production line of fake documents regarding Julian Assange, and channel them straight to MI6 mouthpiece Luke Harding of the Guardian. Amazingly, more Ecuadorean Government documents have just been discovered for the Guardian, this time spy agency … Continue reading Assange Never Met Manafort. Luke Harding and the Guardian Publish Still More Blatant MI6 Lies
Fear. It's the emotion at the heart of Trump and the GOP. Fear of immigrants. Fear of people of color. Fear of equality for women and LGBT people. Fear of religions other than Christianity. Fear of non-existent conspiracies. Fear of the media. Fear of social progress. Ever wonder why? George Lakoff By John Bargh Washington … Continue reading We conducted an experiment to turn conservatives into liberals. The results say a lot about our political divisions.
It turns out the DOJ is going after the Wikileaks founder. The press should be very afraid. by Peter Van Buren American Conservative November 30, 2018 The Department of Justice showed its cards last week when it accidentally confirmed the U.S. is planning to prosecute Wikileaks head Julian Assange, who has been sequestered in the Ecuadorian embassy … Continue reading You Don’t Have to Love Assange to Fear His Prosecution
by Fintan O’Toole NY Review of Books Dec 6, 2018 The Fifth Risk by Michael Lewis Writing about her friend the famously unpleasant Evelyn Waugh, Frances Donaldson reflected: "The weakness in attributing any particular quality to Evelyn is that he could not allow anyone to dictate his attitude or virtues to him. Consequently, if he … Continue reading Saboteur in Chief
The story of a 5-year-old girl named "Abcde" on ABC-7 By Veronica Miracle Wednesday, November 28, 2018 A Southwest Airlines gate agent at John Wayne Airport is accused of being awful in front of a five-year old girl - and on social media - because of her unique name. The girl's mother says the … Continue reading Mother names her daugher “Abcde” and is shocked when girl is teased: Echochamber Friday
by Jonathan Cook Nov 28, 2018 It is welcome that finally there has been a little pushback, including from leading journalists, to the Guardian’s long-running vilification of Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks. Reporter Luke Harding’s latest article, claiming Donald Trump’s disgraced former campaign manager Paul Manafort secretly visited Assange in Ecuador’s embassy in London on … Continue reading Guardian ups its vilification of Julian Assange
Are there invisible forces at work? by Heather Woods and Leslie Hahner Conversation Nov 30. 2018 Once an anti-Semitic rumor moved from fringe to the mainstream, it took less than two weeks for violence to erupt. The false allegation that liberal philanthropist George Soros was funding or supporting a caravan of Honduran refugees heading to the U.S. … Continue reading How mainstream media help weaponize far-right conspiracy theories
How US military spending keeps rising even as the Pentagon flunks its audit. by Dave Lindorff Nation Nov 27, 2018 Congress ordered an independent audit of the Department of Defense, the government’s largest discretionary cost center—the Pentagon receives 54 cents out of every dollar in federal appropriations—after the Pentagon failed for decades to audit itself. On … Continue reading The Pentagon’s Massive Accounting Fraud Exposed