Appalling for both the villainous abuse of children itself and the chilling implications of government by blackmail, this tangled web of unsavory alliances casts a lurid light on the political history of the U.S. from the Prohibition Era right up through the Age of Trump. by Whitney Webb edited by O Society August 25, 2019 … Continue reading Too Big To Fail (2): Government by Blackmail
Jeffrey Epstein is only the latest incarnation of a much older, more extensive, and sophisticated operation that offers a frightening window into how deeply tied the U.S. government is to the modern-day equivalents of organized crime. by Whitney Webb edited by O Society August 25, 2019 Despite his “sweetheart” deal and having seemingly evaded justice, … Continue reading Too Big To Fail (1): Hidden in Plain Sight
by Edward Curtin edited by O Society August 21, 2019 When phrases such as “the deep state” and “conspiracy theory” become staples of both the corporate mainstream media and the alternative press, we know the realities behind these phrases have outlasted their usefulness for the ruling elites that control the United States and for their … Continue reading The Spectacle of Secrecy
by Tom Coburg edited by O Society August 5, 2019 A US judge rules WikiLeaks is fully entitled to publish the Democratic National Congress (DNC) emails, which means no law was broken. The ruling is highly significant as it could impact upon the US extradition proceedings against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, as well as the ongoing imprisonment of whistleblower Chelsea … Continue reading Judge’s ruling throws huge spanner into US extradition proceedings against Assange
by Ann Garrison edited by O Society August 3, 2019 Seymour Hersh is right about some of the biggest stories of our times, and he thinks the DNC email theft was an inside job. “WikiLeaks might have contributed to Clinton’s loss, but we really can’t say much more than that.” Russiagate fanatic Michael Isikoff, co-author of “Russian … Continue reading Seth Rich, Seymour Hersh, and Russian Roulette
What is clear is neither his report nor testimony provide the answer. After determining there never was a Trump-Russia conspiracy, Mueller showed no interest in investigating why so many high-placed officials said they believed there had been. His report told us what didn’t happen during the 2016 election, but shed little light on what did … Continue reading 5 Big Holes in Sheriff Mueller’s Work
Don’t look now, but a federal judge in Washington, D.C. just shut down half of Robert Mueller’s Russian-interference case. by Daniel Lazare edited by O Society July 11, 2019 In February 2018, the special prosecutor indicted a St. Petersburg troll farm called the Internet Research Agency along with two other companies, their owner, Yevgeniy Prigozhin, and 12 … Continue reading Concord Management and the End of Russiagate?