Abuses show Assange case was never about law

by Jonathan Cook edited by O Society June 1, 2019 It is astonishing how often one still hears well-informed, otherwise reasonable people say about Julian Assange: “But he ran away from Swedish rape charges by hiding in Ecuador’s embassy in London.” That short sentence includes at least three factual errors. In fact, to repeat it, … Continue reading Abuses show Assange case was never about law

Forevergate: The Pernicious Persistence of the Russian Collusion Delusion Trump-Putin Fairy Tale

by William Hawes Global Research May 21, 2019 edited by O Society The official investigation into Russian collusion is over, after three harrowing, nerve-wracking years. I kid, of course. After endless news cycles, and various non-stories and wild-goose chases disseminated by mainstream media, one would think the country could move on. Yet this hasn’t been … Continue reading Forevergate: The Pernicious Persistence of the Russian Collusion Delusion Trump-Putin Fairy Tale

How Many Times Do I Have to Explain This?

How Many Damn Fucking Times Do I Have to Explain This? by Arthur Sibler Once Upon a Time... edited by O Society May 19, 2019 Please give your serious consideration to my profoundly upsetting personal dilemma. I am basically a serene, tranquil soul, trying my utmost best to navigate successfully (and serenely, and tranquilly) through … Continue reading How Many Times Do I Have to Explain This?

The Illusory Truth Effect: How Millions Were Duped By Russiagate

by Caitlin Johnstone edited by O Society March 27, 2019 “Mueller Finds No Trump-Russia Conspiracy,” reads the front page headline of Sunday’s New York Times. Bit by bit, mainstream American consciousness is slowly coming to terms with the death of the thrilling conspiracy theory that the highest levels of the US government had been infiltrated by the Kremlin, … Continue reading The Illusory Truth Effect: How Millions Were Duped By Russiagate

It’s Time to End the Myth: Black Voters Do Like Bernie Sanders

by Symone Sanders Marmalade edited by O Society Mar 11, 2019 The saddest part of racism is how it is used by blacks in the comfortable classes to silence the voices of blacks in the lower classes. Allegations of racism thrown at Sanders didn’t just dismiss white Bernie Bros but throws the entire cross-racial support under the bus. … Continue reading It’s Time to End the Myth: Black Voters Do Like Bernie Sanders

How The Establishment Smear Corbyn, Gabbard, Omar, Assange, And Other Dissenters

https://youtu.be/mUuK6hDakW4 Why collective narcissists are so politically volatile   by Rainer Shea Revolution Dispatch edited by O Society Mar 8, 2019 Establishment smear campaigns serve an important and politically strategic purpose. Their aim is to delegitimize social movements not by countering the ideas behind these movements-which are often very popular in themselves-but by destroying the reputations … Continue reading How The Establishment Smear Corbyn, Gabbard, Omar, Assange, And Other Dissenters

The War on Venezuela is Built on Lies

by John Pilger Consortium News Feb 22, 2019 Travelling with Hugo Chavez, I soon understood the threat of Venezuela.  At a farming co-operative in Lara state, people waited patiently and with good humor in the heat. Jugs of water and melon juice were passed around. A guitar was played; a woman, Katarina, stood and sang with a husky contralto. “What … Continue reading The War on Venezuela is Built on Lies