rupert murdoch

Are whistleblowers sometimes ‘too good to be true’?

Are whistleblowers sometimes ‘too good to be true’?

“The NSA is the largest signals intelligence agency in the world and has quite publicly recorded, and quite publicly admitted to as well, every international communications from every nation to any nation for many years.

Everyone here knows that, or I thought they knew that, everyone but “the press” it seems.”

Assange “Witch Hunt” Dupes Activists, US Extradition Claims Bogus

Assange “Witch Hunt” Dupes Activists, US Extradition Claims Bogus

Assange, for those, many my own friends, who are too dumb to find their cars in their own driveway, is wanted for sex crimes in Sweden, not even a NATO country. After all these years, there has been no legal action against Assange in the US, none threatened, none planned, all just made up.

Boston: Time to Call them “Pigs” Again

Boston:  Time to Call them “Pigs” Again

The demonstrators who are in the streets across America, the “99%” that really represent the people of the United States, what the Tea Party should have been, are there for us. Against them is the “1%” with their congress, with their unconstitutional laws, with their crooked courts, with their rigged elections and with their police departments whose only real purpose anymore is looking the other way.

Odd Connections: Murdoch, Wikileaks and Everything

Odd Connections: Murdoch, Wikileaks and Everything

Of Murdoch’s “assets,” his most lethal “stinger” has been Julian Assange and Wikileaks. Their secret love affair is subject to continual obfuscations and denials though they are the political sweetheart team of all time, a veritable “Dr. Evil and MiniMe” of journalism.

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