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How Britain would be obliged to free Julian Assange, while Biden “considers” ending the case
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How Britain would be obliged to free Julian Assange, while Biden “considers” ending the case
April 13, 2024

The High Court ruled the U.S. must assure free speech and no death penalty for Julian Assange or the court might have to free the publisher who marked five years in prison today, reports Joe Lauria.

Deep State versus Julian Assange
April 11, 2024

He deserves to live out his life, as did Gonzalo Lira before him, not only in freedom with his family but also in the peace he has sacrificed so much for.

Deep State versus Julian Assange
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Armenian Margarita Simonyan: Public enemy No 1 in NATO’s Ukrainian Rump Reich
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Armenian Margarita Simonyan: Public enemy No 1 in NATO’s Ukrainian Rump Reich
April 9, 2024

As the April 24th anniversary of the Armenian genocide creeps up for the 109th time upon us, it is fitting that Armenian Margarita Simonyan is NATO’s public enemy number one.

‘#arrestme’: JK Rowling dares Scotland to enforce anti-free speech law
April 5, 2024

We have previously discussed the growing anti-free speech movement in Scotland with the expanding criminalization of political and religious speech. The new Scottish law is a perfect nightmare for free speech, expanding the potential of a jail sentence for merely insulting language. In response, author JK Rowling has taken a stand and dared the Scottish police to come and arrest her for criticizing transgender status.

‘#arrestme’: JK Rowling dares Scotland to enforce anti-free speech law
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Australian government in cynical damage control over Israeli murder of aid worker
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Australian government in cynical damage control over Israeli murder of aid worker
April 4, 2024

In Australia, as internationally, Israel’s cold-blooded murder of seven World Central Kitchen (WCK) aid workers in Gaza has further inflamed opposition to the Zionist regime’s war crimes. Along with three British nationals, a Polish man and a Palestinian, those killed in the air strike included Lalzawmi “Zomi” Frankcom, an Australian.

A potential UAE-Hezbollah thaw?
April 1, 2024

The surprise visit by a senior Hezbollah official to the UAE is a significant diplomatic development, carrying far-reaching geopolitical implications that could mend broken ties, step up regional deal-making, and sink US-Israeli normalization plans.

A potential UAE-Hezbollah thaw?
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Government Purchase of Commercial Available Information Further Undermines Public Trust
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Government Purchase of Commercial Available Information Further Undermines Public Trust
March 29, 2024

Recent news reporting revealed that the National Security Agency (NSA) had been purchasing American citizens’ Internet browsing information from commercial brokers without a legal warrant.  

It’s Time to Hold American Parents Accountable for Their Children’s Gun Crimes
March 18, 2024

The United States has more firearms than citizens, and increasingly those weapons end up in the hands of disturbed youth determined to carry out deadly rampages. It doesn’t have to be that way.

It’s Time to Hold American Parents Accountable for Their Children’s Gun Crimes
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