Regardless of the outcome of the OPCW’s investigation, our leaders hastened to act without evidence, to storm ahead of the OPCW inspection and engage in strikes on Syria. This took place in defiance of International law and against public opinion, and was based on questionable intelligence. In Syria, our politicians (especially Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Gavin Williamson, Donald Trump, Heather Nauert, Nikki Haley, Emanuel Macron & Jean-Yves Le Drian) as well as the mainstream press have disgraced themselves and brought shame to their parties, publications, industries and nations respectively.
Sheikha Latifa Al Maktoum hoped the public would never have to see the forty minute video she created before her […]
If Canova’s campaign proves successful, it may signal far more than the displacement of an infamously corrupt figure in Floridian and national Democratic party politics: it would also confirm a sea-change in the strategy used by progressives, inspired by Bernie Sanders’ 2016 Presidential bid, who refuse to remain penned in by the limits of a corrupt, corporatized Democratic Party establishment that denied them the candidate they rightfully chose.
According to a new report by the Daily Caller, all 44 House Democrats who employed members of the Awan family […]
On March 28, Julian Assange, Editor of Wikileaks, had his internet disconnected by the Ecuadorian government, shutting down his communications with the outside world. US based journalist Elizabeth Lea Vos, Editor-in-Chief of Disobedient Media, who was one of the panellists at an online vigil held for Assange hours after the imposition of the ban, talks to Eresh Omar Jamal of The Daily Star, about the latest restrictions placed on Assange and its implications for press freedom around the world.
When news of the cut in communications emerged yesterday, friends and supporters of Assange immediately leapt into action, with Kim Dotcom and Suzie Dawson organizing an online vigil under the banner of #ReconnectJulian. Meanwhile, supporters on the ground in London gathered in front of the embassy, live streaming as they stood in solidarity for hours, metres from the confined Wikileaks Editor-In-Chief.
Sarkozy’s indictment speaks to an audience much broader than France: it is relevant to war-ravaged Libya, to the families of Chad preyed upon by Zoe’s Ark, and to Sarkozy and Clinton’s shared hatred of WikiLeaks. Sarkozy’s downfall sends a reverberation through the geopolitical landscape that suggests the Clinton political cabal is finally giving way, tumbling piece by piece.
Prominent human rights advocate and councilwoman Marielle Franco was fatally shot while in her car by unknown assailants.
Libby Schaaf, Oakland’s Democratic Mayor, first gained national notoriety last January, after publicly vowing that she was willing to go […]
This afternoon, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence announced that its’ investigation into Russia active measures targeting the 2016 […]
On Tuesday, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), Chairman of the […]
The public must reconfigure the way it views ‘humanitarian aid,’ so that it views NGO’s in a much more skeptical light than has long been the case. If NGO’s are not critically appraised, bad actors will continue to hide atrocities beneath a veneer of charitable intent.