(Natural News) We don’t do “conspiracy theory” stories around here unless, of course, they involve actual conspiracies — that is, two or more people or entities getting together to influence, hide, or affect an event. Like the “Spygate” conspiracy, for example. This was a very obvious attempt by several Deep State members in good standing, working on behalf of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, to keep Donald Trump out of the White House, then undermine him and drive him from office after he won. →
- The Facts:The influence of intelligence and government agencies when it comes to mainstream media is quite large. This article provides numerous examples from documents to whistleblowers that clearly prove this point.
- Reflect On:Our world has become quite Orwellian with regards to free and open information. There now seems to be a ‘Ministry of Truth’ that is hiding information from people, and telling them what to believe and how to think. Censorship is rampant.
(Collective-Evolution) A declassified document from the CIA archives in the form of a letter from a CIA task force addressed to the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency details the close relationship that exists between the CIA and mainstream media and academia. →
(Collective-Evolution) At the end of each opinion piece the New York Times makes the following statement: ‘The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor.’ Essentially, the pretext of this statement is that the New York Times does not censor or reject opinion simply because it is not aligned with the opinions of the editorial staff, and will print what does and does not resonate with the newspaper’s editors in equal measure. In other words, the New York Times purports to be strong advocates and facilitators of free speech and dissenting views. →
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(Activist Post) In an unprecedented show of unity, Australian media outlets ran similar stories and redacted front pages featuring the ‘right to know’ campaign in response to government actions that undermine the work of journalists. Australia’s Right to Know coalition said that rival media groups have joined forces to defend press freedom: →
(NewsVoice) The CNN insider Cary Poarch explains in his own words why he came forward to tell the truth about the media giant’s biased news. The channel is surely biased and it is very bad for all people, he explains. ”All I want is for people to have the facts and to make up their own minds.” →
By Aaron Kesel
(Activist Post) The fifth of November only happens once a year, quickly approaching, activists who associate themselves with the decentralized leaderless Anonymous collective are beginning to organize together for rallies across the world. So grab a sign, print out your paper Guy Fawkes mask, (provided for convenience in this article) and get ready to remember the fifth of November. This year activists from all over the world plan to partake in the march highlighting human rights abuses, the rise of the surveillance state, the dangers of losing our internet and our ever decreasing freedom of speech and press. →
(Collective-Evolution) The last article we published regarding Julian Assange was about an article written by retired USAF lieutenant colonel Karen Kwiatkowski posted on Lew Rockwell’s website stating that Julian Assange is receiving the same treatment as suspected terrorists would while in captivity at “Her Majesty’s Prison Service” at Belmarsh. You can read that article here. It also has a screenshot of a tweet from Australian journalist and BAFTA award-winning documentary filmmaker John Pilger, who made comments last month that shed some light on how Assange is being treated. It’s quite clear that he is in poor health. →