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By Matt Agorist Source: The Free Thought Project Beginning this week, the censorship heavy Facebook rolled out a new warning to users alerting them to the possibility that they may have seen “extremist content” or may be friends with extremists. … Continue reading →
By Edward Curtin Source: Behind the Curtin “If the world is upside down the way it is now, wouldn’t we have to turn it over to get it to stand up straight?” – Eduardo Galeano, Upside Down, 1998 For decades, Andre … Continue reading →
Project Venezuela: Right-wing activists push Wikipedia to blacklist MintPress, other alternative media
A group of right-wing Venezuelans has managed to ban the use of a range of alternative media outlets covering Venezuela, including MintPress News. By Alan MacLeod Source: Intrepid Report Still unable to convince a sufficient number of their countryfolk to … Continue reading →
…or How the West Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Reality Police By CJ Hopkins Source: Off-Guardian If you want a vision of the future, don’t imagine “a boot stamping on a human face — for ever,” as Orwell … Continue reading →
By Carla Binion Source: Intrepid Report I’ve been writing political commentary for decades. Starting in the late 80s and through around the time of George W. Bush’s Iraq War and for a few years beyond I wrote many articles that … Continue reading →
Given the Trust Project’s rich-get-richer impact on the online news landscape, it is not surprising to find that it is funded by a confluence of tech oligarchs and powerful forces with a clear stake in controlling the flow of news. … Continue reading →
By Caitlin Johnstone Source: CaitlinJohnstone.com Julian Assange sits in a jail cell today after being betrayed by the Ecuadorian government and his home country of Australia. A British judge named Michael Snow has found the WikiLeaks founder guilty of violating bail conditions, … Continue reading →
By Eleanor Goldfield Source: Anti-Media “I didn’t realize you were still doing your show!” “Why can’t I see your posts anymore?” “I’ve had to re-follow you several times on Facebook.” These are but a few of the various comments and … Continue reading →