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The Trial of Ghislaine Maxwell

Chris Hedges | youtube.com On the show this week Chris Hedges talks to investigative journalist Nick Bryant about the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell. Nick Bryant is a journalist whose work largely focuses on the plight of disadvantaged children in the … Continue reading

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How the Left is being Manipulated into Colluding in its own Character Assassination

Jonathon Cook | globalresearch.ca There was a fascinating online panel discussion on Wednesday night on the Julian Assange case that I recommend everyone watch. The video is at the bottom of the page.   But from all the outstanding contributions, I … Continue reading

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The Kafkaesque Imprisonment of Julian Assange Exposes U.S. Myths About Freedom and Tyranny

Glenn Greenwald | greenwald.substack.com Persecution is not typically doled out to those who recite mainstream pieties, or refrain from posing meaningful threats to those who wield institutional power, or obediently stay within the lines of permissible speech and activism imposed … Continue reading

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Julian Assange Is a Conscientious Objector. Time Will Vindicate Him.

Megan Sherman | globalresearch.ca It seems impossible to ignore Julian Assange today, but the press is united in wilful ignorance of his plight. The dearth of stories about his show trial in a kangaroo court in London is evident. It … Continue reading

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Amid the Murdoch scandal, there is the acrid smell of business as usual

Source: John Pilger In Scoop, Evelyn Waugh’s brilliant satire on the press, there is the moment when Lord Copper, owner of the Daily Beast, meets his new special war correspondent, William Boot, in truth an authority on wild flowers and … Continue reading

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(UPDATED*) The Atlantic: Why GM foods are dangerous. Oh? Some cry foul.

Source: MIT This week The Atlantic, accelerating away from its old persona as a  sharp but thoughtful monthly magazine with an East Coast Ivy League ethos and into the hurry-up-and-shock-me world of on line journalism, posted a story sure to … Continue reading

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Once again, war is prime time and journalism’s role is taboo

Source: John Pilger On 22 May 2007, the Guardian’s front page announced: “Iran’s secret plan for summer offensive to force US out of Iraq.” The writer, Simon Tisdall, claimed that Iran had secret plans to defeat American troops in Iraq, … Continue reading

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PM’s media inquiry – fines for ‘grave’ media breaches

Source: Telegraph NEWSPAPERS and magazines could be fined up to $30,000 for “exceptionally grave” or persistent breaches of media standards. In a submission to Julia Gillard’s media inquiry, the Press Council has also raised the prospect of securing government funding … Continue reading

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