(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: →
(Activist Post) Former British ambassador Craig Murray has published a very disturbing account of Julian Assange’s court appearance yesterday which I recommend reading in full. There have been many reports published about Assange’s case management hearing, but the combination of Murray’s prior experience with torture victims, his familiarity with British courts, his friendship with Assange, and his lack of reverence for Western power structures allowed for a much more penetrating insight into what happened than anyone else has been able to provide so far. Here is a small excerpt: →
(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 Sara Burrows,
Two groundbreaking trials that have found Monsanto’s weedkiller Roundup responsible for causing cancer have brought to light some disturbing news about how the company has manipulated media coverage of the product. Internal documents obtained by Freedom of Information Act requests revealed that Monsanto paid Google to push stories critical of the company far down on the search results list, while promoting stories that supported the company. →
(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. →
(NewsVoice.se) NOTERAT. Okända uppringare försöker och lyckas stoppa Ole Dammegårds föredrag medan Facebook stänger ned sidor som marknadsför föredragen. Det säger Johnny “Cash” Smith som arrangerar Dammegårds turnéer. Trots motståndet blir turnéerna framgångar. Inom kort kommer Dammegård tillbaka till Sverige.
Ole Dammegård har vuxit till att bli en av Västvärldens mest eftertraktade föredragshållare. Dammegård har belönats med “Prague Peace Prize” och han talar om statsterrorism, skuggregeringar och om dödspatruller som eliminerar hot mot makteliters agendor. →
Läs mera & video Svensk Webbtelevision: “Saturday interview 43 – Ole Dammegård on the background to terrorist acts” (46:16) via — NewsVoice
In what Democracy Now!1 refers to as an “explosive report” by The Guardian,2 documents obtained during the discovery process of lawsuits against Monsanto reveal the company has been engaged in a coordinated campaign to discredit critics of the company.
Among them are journalist Carey Gillam, the nonprofit U.S. Right to Know (USRTK) and singer-songwriter Neil Young, whose 2015 album, “The Monsanto Years,” was an artistic critique of the company.
Read more via Monsanto Hit List Exposed — Waking Times