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Tag Archives: journalists
Julian Assange The World Tomorrow In this weeks episode, President Rafael Correa of Ecuador discusses with Julian whether it’s always the case of good media vs corrupt government, and examines his country’s relationship with the United States. Discussion opens with … Continue reading
Angela Hopp EurekAlert Frida Kahlo’s many haunting self-portraits have been studied by experts for decades, have attracted worldwide attention and have sold for millions of dollars at auction. Yet, despite the fact that Kahlo’s work focuses largely on anatomy and … Continue reading
Press TV A French investigative news website says that slain Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi had contributed 50 million euros to French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s election campaign in 2007. In a report published on Monday, the Mediapart news website claimed that … Continue reading
Generation OS13 is an explosive insight into the attack on civil liberties occurring in western democracies and how artists, musicians, journalists and authors encourage the peoples right to resist against Banker occupation.
Since Julian Assange’s trial began his organisation has fallen apart. This report uncovers the shocking truth behind Wikileaks’ dramatic and chaotic descent into crisis. Is this the end for the whistleblower? “It was abusive to work in that environment”, Assange’s … Continue reading
Source: Telegraph For my money probably the best political blogger in the world is Australia’s Andrew Bolt. He was one of the first journalists onto Climategate (he got there before me) and his takedown earlier this year on his radio … Continue reading
Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, tells journalists that he likes to compare the European Union to a “non-imperial empire.” Barroso as a young, passionate Maoist student leader in 1976