Thursday, June 29, 2017
The United States government sent a plane loaded with FBI agents, but disguised as computer professionals. The mission of the agents was simple: to frame Julian Assange in Iceland so that he could possibly be indicted in Iceland. Iceland is a...
The end of the year has approached, and data concerning government abuses of power has begun pouring in. According to Facebook’s Global Government Requests Report, government’s requests for Facebook account data rose 27 percent in the first half of 2016. Facebook’s...
Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, the lawmaker who accused the U.S. government of funding and arming ISIS and introduced a bill to prevent it from happening in future, recently disclosed that she met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during her recent trip...
Though a way out of gender disparities in STEM fields isn’t coming anytime soon, Mirzakhani has cracked a glass ceiling, her success is hugely symbolic, and her Fields medal is a sign of change to come, which will go...
This is by far, the biggest release of its kind to go public. This is only “Part One” of the Vault 7 release, and it’s a damn fine cliffhanger. WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange has optimized his timing again, releasing the Vault...
Chelsea Manning and 209 other individuals will see a commute of their sentence thanks to Obama. Manning will now be released May 17 this year, taking years off the initial sentence received. WASHINGTON – Obama has commuted Chelsea Manning’s 35-year...
Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht, the renowned University of Manitoba thermophysiologist known for testing over a 100 vehicle submersions as the hapless driver stuck in a sinking car, explains how to survive should you ever find yourself in a sinking car. Two...
Julian Assange agreed to be interviewed by FOX News to decimate claims leaked emails from the Democratic establishment had been hacked and provided by Russian government actors. By Claire Bernish / The Free Thought Project  Wikileaks founder Julian Assange came forward...
In 2009, Murray left his diplomat position to speak out against government corruption and the ‘House of Torture’ still occurring in the Stalinist Russian Gulags – including children being tortured in front of their parents; broken bottles forced into...
From under our noses, the FBI has extended their hand past the law to gain electronic data on the unsuspecting internet user. Back in October, the internet search giant ‘Google’ was released from a gag order preventing them from going public...
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