George Soros Funded Think Tank Attacks Disobedient Media Over EU Coverage

It took just a few months for Disobedient Media to go from a sleepy news outlet to apparently garnering the attention of multiple power brokers on the global stage.

On February 10th, 2017, an article distributed by the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensics Lab attacked research published by Disobedient Media concerning the EU and added the Atlantic Council to a line of media houses and other outlets who deny the Wikileaks and Harvard Human Rights Journal supported research collected and published by Disobedient Media exposing the role that the Clintons and Department of State played in helping Laura Silsby and her co-conspirators off the hook after they were caught smuggling children illegally out of Haiti.

The Atlantic Council has accepted donations from funds owned by George Soros and a multitude of other foreign and domestic special interest groups, pushed harmful and imperialistic neoconservative political viewpoints to intellectuals and readers and promoted “black propaganda” now debunked by the intelligence community claiming that Russia was likely to hack the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections, and that Wikileaks is a pawn of the Russian government. Continue reading “George Soros Funded Think Tank Attacks Disobedient Media Over EU Coverage”

Feminism Has Been Hijacked By Outside Interests

The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines feminism as:
1. 1: the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes
2. 2: organized activity on behalf of women’s rights and interests

Feminism is described as an organized movement, a “political theory,” including political activity for the benefit of women’s rights and furtherance of equality. Most feminists would argue they are working to improve the lives of women. But who exactly organizes the political activity at the center of contemporary feminism, and what are the real motivations behind these groups?

When reviewing the political movement as a whole, especially in light of the recent Women’s March, one quickly finds glaring evidence that the political movement known as feminism has been hijacked by interests whose work opposes or ignores women’s rights. Continue reading “Feminism Has Been Hijacked By Outside Interests”

The Art Of The New Deal: How Trump Is Using Mexican Company Cemex’s Concrete To Build The Wall And Profit Both Countries

The press has been ablaze with reports that Mexico is stonewalling against Trump’s demands that they pay, in one form or another, for the wall. Some speculate that the wall will not be built at all. But research by Disobedient Media indicates that not only will the wall be built, but that it has strong support among certain Mexican business interests such as cement producer Cemex who has been actively lobbying to ensure that Trump and his allies take office and begin construction.

I. Cemex Is Best Positioned To Benefit From The Wall, And Does Not Have A Major Competitor In The United States

According to information published by the Global Cement Directory, Cemex is the largest producer of cement in North American and does not have any American competitors of equal size. Continue reading “The Art Of The New Deal: How Trump Is Using Mexican Company Cemex’s Concrete To Build The Wall And Profit Both Countries”

Julian Assange Addresses Public Concerns Regarding Riseup Canary Statement

After the drama of the past few months, Julian Assange could be forgiven for wishing that the world still communicated via passenger pigeon.

Seattle-based email provider Riseup’s “canary” expiration baffled the public for months and led to emotional, nonfactual accusations that Wikileaks had been “compromised” by state actors. But what is Riseup’s canary and how did an anomaly related to it cause so much concern? To explain that, it is necessary to outline the legal processes that made canaries necessary, how they work in relation to the law and what a canary is exactly. Continue reading “Julian Assange Addresses Public Concerns Regarding Riseup Canary Statement”

Trump Throws Down Gauntlet at Globalism

Trump lashed out against establishment values and globalism in his inaugural address, returning to familiar aspects of his platform including border policy and smaller government. The new President’s remarks deepened the feud with legacy news organizations, which have recently created ominous comparisons between the newly elected President and JFK, openly fantasizing about hypothetical Trump assassination outcomes. One can only hope that Trump’s actions will (safely) follow through on his strident rhetoric when it comes to shaking up oligarchical Washington status quo and fighting globalist interests.

Trump highlighted the financial crisis during his inaugural comments, reminding the audience that “Washington flourished, but the factories closed. Their triumphs were not your triumphs. Their victories were not your victories…” This recalled the role of establishment politicians on both sides of the isle including John McCain and Hillary Clinton who are accused by many of representing the investment banker class as opposed to democratic constituents. McCain suspended his unsuccessful ’08 presidential run, eventually voting for the $700 billion in government bailouts of the ‘big banks.’ He was also instrumental in the release of the controversial ‘pissgate‘ dossier. Trump’s inauguration symbolized a rejection by the American people of such insiders whose financial show they represent international interests like George Soros more than American voters.

Trump’s derision of “Washington insiders” reemphasized his status as a political outsider verses an ingrained establishment. As a former Bernie supporter, this writer has unique perspective on Trump’s populism. The groundswell of support for Trump manifests similar grassroots enthusiasm Bernie Sanders enjoyed. Both candidates claimed to represent a stance for “the people” and the shrinking middle classes against a corrupt international “elite.” Both men were disparaged and dismissed by legacy media as ‘unelectable.’ Although I have deep reservations about some of Trump’s appointees and close advisors, and differ with them strongly on social issues, I interpret the outpouring of support both candidates saw in 2016 as essentially elements of the same movement. Such unprecedented support for anti-establishment political figures on both the left and the right signifies a significant overall movement in the political awareness of Americans. The United States is collectively becoming cognizant of large-scale political corruption and abuses despite elite backlash and media attempts at censorship.

The address struck against big government and corrupt political interests. Trump noted that the inauguration symbolized not just a transfer of power from one President to another, but in his words a transfer from “Washington to you, the people.” As noted by the Intercept, President Trump and the ‘shadow government’ appear to have been “at war” in the days leading up to inauguration. CNBC shockingly lectured Trump, suggesting he should take lessons from JFK; a blunt allusion to threats to the new President’s life. CIA Director Brennan ‘warned’ Trump to stop speaking on Twitter. Trump also question whether Brennan was the source of the “pissgate” story. Wikileaks entered the fray, calling the CIA a “rogue organization out of control” in a tweet containing a video by comedian Jimmy Dore on expose of the CIA during the Church Committee.

Such blatant divisions between Trump and the shadow government bodes ominously for the his first days in office. He said during his address -“What matters is not which party controls the government, but whether the government is controlled by the people.” This spoke to the concrete nature of his standpoint against a globalist power structure in real terms. Such a stance may provide reason for hope for the famously shrinking American middle class. Unprecedented community support experienced by Sanders and Trump during 2016 and an excessive establishment media backlash all serve to indicate that the newly inaugurated President Trump will (hopefully) shake up the international oligarchy strangling America and receive massive popular support in doing so.

Trump emphasized this further in his address, saying: “the elite reaped the benefits, while the people bore the cost…” I was shocked to once again to note close parallels between Trump’s statements and those of Bernie Sanders, who repeatedly expressed contempt for ‘crony capitalism’ and oligarchical corruption. Bernie Sanders also criticized international corporations who profited by sending American jobs overseas. Trump concluded his remarks with a call for unity. If Trump’s inaugural speech is any indication to go by, Washington and the establishment are going to be more shaken up after the inauguration than in the period leading up to it.