Limits Of Dissent – Glenn Greenwald And The Guardian

by MediaLens Dec 6, 2018 When we think of prisons, we tend to think of Alcatraz, Bang Kwang and Belmarsh with their guard towers, iron bars and concrete. But in his forthcoming book, '33 Myths of the System', Darren Allen invites us to imagine a prison with walls made entirely of vacuous guff: 'Censorship is … Continue reading Limits Of Dissent – Glenn Greenwald And The Guardian

Guardian ups its vilification of Julian Assange

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

Growing calls for the Guardian’s editor-in-chief to resign as the paper faces accusations of publishing magical thinking Assange & Manafort meeting

by O Society Nov 29, 2018 Not everyone is stupid. People notice things. For example, I noticed this article yesterday. It is "going viral" because it tells people something they want to hear; namely, there's a smoking gun which connects Donald Trump to Vladimir Putin. Collusion. 144k views as of now according to the counter. Problem … Continue reading Growing calls for the Guardian’s editor-in-chief to resign as the paper faces accusations of publishing magical thinking Assange & Manafort meeting

Sometimes What Trump Says is True

Why does it make Americans angrier when Trump tells the truth than when he lies? “It’s a mean & nasty world out there, the Middle East in particular. This is a long and historic commitment, & one that is absolutely vital to America’s national security.” Mike Pompeo, I agree 100%. In addition, many Billions of Dollars of … Continue reading Sometimes What Trump Says is True