Media Cheer Assange’s Arrest By Alan MacLeod

18 April, 2019 — FAIR

Bloomberg depiction of Julian Assange (photo: Jack Taylor/Getty Images Europe)

Julian Assange was arrested inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London on April 11. The Australian-born co-founder of Wikileaks had been trapped in the building since 2012 after taking refuge there. He was immediately found guilty of failing to surrender to a British court, and was taken to Belmarsh prison. An extradition to the United States is widely seen as imminent by corporate media, who have, by and large, strongly approved of these events.

5G: The Big Picture By Dr. Jeremy Naydler

29 April 2019 — Children’s Health DefenseNew ViewGlobal Research

Increasingly intense exposure of the natural environment and all living creatures, including ourselves, to more and more electromagnetic radiation.

5G From Space

In November of 2018, the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) authorised the rocket company SpaceX, owned by the entrepreneur Elon Musk, to launch a fleet of 7,518 satellites to complete SpaceX’s ambitious scheme to provide global satellite broadband services to every corner of the Earth.

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Heading For A Different Planet: Global Warming, Propaganda-Journalism And The Definition Of Insanity

29 April 2019 — Greanville PostMedia Lens

By David Cromwell • Originally published 26 Mar 2013 • Revised and corrected on 27 April 2019 •

Our thanks to Jenna Collins for her generous assistance in spotting defects in original version.

No event is exempt from manipulation, including those that can lead to major wars. Coverage of this type ushered America’s participation in World War I.  Some argue now that the Lusitania disaster, Pearl Harbor, and 9/11 were probably examples of “passive false flags.”

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Sri Lanka: US-Saudi Terror Behind Deadly Blasts By Tony Cartalucci

29 April 2019 — New Eastern Outlook
As predicted, the Sri Lankan Easter Day blasts which killed hundreds and injured hundreds more – have been connected to the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS).

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US Ambassador to Sri Lanka – Alaina Teplitz – would openly claim foreign groups were most likely behind the attacks. Reuters in an article titled, “Foreign groups likely behind Sri Lanka attacks, U.S. ambassador says,” would report:

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The European elections and the revival of class struggle By Ulrich Rippert

29 April 2019 — WSWS

Four weeks before the European elections are due to take place in late May, there is very little of any campaign in many European countries. In Germany, the various parties represented in the German parliament are hanging up election posters that are virtually identical. The demands raised are largely interchangeable. Election meetings are not taking place because of fears that hardly anyone will turn up.

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Statewatch News Online, 29 April 2019 (10/19)

29 April 2019 — Statewatch

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5.   Case filed against Greece in Strasbourg Court over Crackdown on Humanitarian Organisations
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Declare a National Climate Emergency Now

29 April 2019 — extinction/rebellion

This Wednesday MPs will vote on whether to declare a national climate emergency.

After months of grassroots actions across the country from school students striking to Extinction Rebellion mobilising thousands across London, politicians have now begun to react to the urgency of the climate and ecological crisis.

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