(Emma Fiala) “Be a man, stand up for what you believe and what you’re saying is the truth and come forward.”
(Zero Hedge) Over the years of the war in Syria, an overwhelming amount of evidence has amassed documenting that the so-called ‘Islamic State’ caliphate was established after tens of thousands of ISIS and other foreign fighters were allowed to pour across Turkey’s southern border into Syria.
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(David Swanson) In the years following 2003, the U.S. military dotted Iraq with over 500 military bases, many of them close to Iraqi cities.
(Jake Anderson) With all the attention paid to Facebook in recent weeks over ‘data breaches’ and privacy violations (even though what happened with Cambridge Analytica is part of their standard business model), it’s easy to forget that there are four other Big Tech corporations collecting just as much — if not more — of our personal info. Google, Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft are all central players in “surveillance capitalism” and prey on our data. New reports suggest that Google may actually harvest ten times as much as Facebook.
(Zero Hedge) If anyone knows where the skeletons are buried contradicting the official 9/11 narrative then it’s none other than alleged terror mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. The Wall Street Journal and others report that he’s ready to spill the beans on Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the worst terror attack to ever take place on American soil as part of a victims’ lawsuit seeking damages from the kingdom as a state sponsor.
(Zero Hedge) Widespread power blackouts were first reported on Monday evening across 15 Venezuelan states and Caracas, as per a report from Reuters Caracas newsroom.
(Zero Hedge) FBI agents who cracked open a safe in Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion discovered “piles of cash,” dozens of diamonds and an expired passport from the 1980s that listed his residence as Saudi Arabia, according to the Daily Beast – which notes that it is unclear whether this is the same safe that contained nude or semi-nude photographs believed to be of underage girls.
(Zero Hedge) An internal Facebook document reveals that the social media giant monitors its users’ offline behavior as part of how the company determines whether a person should be classified as a “Hate Agent,” according to Breitbart‘s Allum Bokhari who has reviewed the document.
(Jake Johnson) In a move that immediately sparked concerns among anti-trust advocates, weapons manufacturer Raytheon and aerospace giant United Technologies agreed Sunday to a $120 billion merger that was described as one of the largest-ever combinations of two defense contractors.
(Zero Hedge) The worst fears of Julian Assange’s legal team have just been realized.
(Jake Anderson) You don’t have to look far to find outlandish theories on the nature of the cosmos and human consciousness.
(Jason Ditz) John Bolton ordered the Pentagon to come up with an “updated” plan for getting more American troops into the Middle East to fight a war against Iran. The plans are in now, according to officials, who say that the options envision 120,000 US ground troops in the Middle East.
(Eoin Higgins) President Donald Trump on Monday evening pardoned an American soldier for murdering an Iraqi prisoner in 2008, generating outrage from progressives and human rights activists.
(Caitlin Johnstone) Not even the US government alleges that WikiLeaks knowingly coordinated with the Kremlin in the 2016 publication of Democratic Party emails; the Robert Mueller Special Counsel alleged only that Guccifer 2.0 was the source of those emails and that Guccifer 2.0 was a persona covertly operated by Russian conspirators. The narrative that Assange worked for or knowingly conspired with the Russian government is a hallucination of the demented Russia hysteria which has infected all corners of mainstream political discourse. There is no evidence for it whatsoever, and anyone making this claim should be corrected and dismissed.
(Derrick Broze) Donald Trump just signed two executive orders related to removing restrictions and speeding up approval of oil and gas projects.