Julian Assange Newslinks 24 May 2019

24 May 2019 20:50 — The New Dark Age

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Julian Assange’s Attorney Decries Espionage Charges as Threat to Press Freedom

MintCast Episode 3: Iran, Chelsea Manning, ElectionGuard and the Embassy Protection Collective

New charges against Julian Assange under the Espionage Act criminalize journalism

Amnesty International Hangs Julian Assange Out to Dry — or Possibly Just Hang

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Monsanto, Scientific Deception And Cancer by Binoy KAMPMARK

23 May 2019 — Oriental Review

Money may not be able to buy the purest love, but it can buy the best, life-ending cancer.  For Monsanto, giant of rule and misrule in matters of genetically modified crops, known for bullying practices towards farmers, things have not been so rosy of late.  Ever the self-promoter of saving the world an agricultural headache (biotech crops being the earth’s touted nutritional salvation), the company has run into a set of legal snags that have raided its funds and risk sinking it, along with Bayer AG, the company that bought it last year for $63 billion.

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Guaido “hires” an economic hitman (Venezuelan debt)

23 May 2019 — MROnline

Guaido “Hires” an Economic Hitman (Venezuelan Debt)

Originally published: Mision Verdad (Translated by Orinoco Tribune by JRE\EF) by Franco Vielma (May 22, 2019)   |

Juan Guiadó announced on Monday that he had authorized the hiring of expert Lee Buchheit, to advise on the “restructuring and refinancing” of Venezuela’s external public debt. The announcement occurred outside Venezuelan legality, since Guaidó does not have executive control of the Venezuelan institutions, while trying to usurp functions that do not correspond to him.
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Venezuela Newslinks 24 May 2019

24 May 2019 — The New Dark Age

High Fives to Jimmy Dore for Laughing Russiagaters out of the Room

Canada’s Five Year Campaign to Oust Venezuela’s Government

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Global Breaking News on GMOs and Pesticides 23 May 2019

23 May 2019 — Sustainable Pulse

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Monsanto Kept ‘Watch Lists’ in Seven EU Countries – Bayer

Bayer’s public relations headaches over its mammoth takeover of Monsanto intensified Tuesday, as a scandal about “watch lists” of pro- or anti-pesticides figures kept by the US group snowballed across Europe. Source: www.afp.com The German group said the lists covered politicians, journalists and others across seven European countries and in Brussels. Bayer’s admission adds to […]

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