Breaking The Media Blackout on the Imprisonment of Julian Assange

26 August 2019 — Mint Press

Behind the Headline

The same media that has spent years dragging Assange’s name through the mud is now engaging in a blackout on his treatment. If you are waiting for corporate media pundits to defend freedom of the press, you’re going to be disappointed.

By Mnar Muhawesh Mnar Muhawesh @mnarmuh

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From “Spook Air” to the “Lolita Express”: The Genesis and Evolution of the Jeffrey Epstein-Bill Clinton Relationship

237 August 2019 — Mint Press

Too Big to Fail

Far from being the work of a single political party, intelligence agency or country, the power structure revealed by the network connected to Epstein is nothing less than a criminal enterprise that is willing to use and abuse children in the pursuit of ever more power, wealth and control.

By Whitney Webb Whitney Webb @_whitneywebb

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How UK food standards are already falling to accommodate American trade deal

27 August 2019 — True Publica

How UK food standard are already falling to accommodate American trade deal

By TruePublica: The question is a valid one given the impending trade deal that the current government is likely to strike with America. So, how will food standards fall to accommodate a trade deal where standards in the USA are much lower? The good news if you happen to be in favour is that the Conservative government have been working on this for a few years now – through austerity. Analysis now shows that as a direct result of government cuts to the agencies responsible for the food chain in Britain, there is already a dramatic decline in standards. This decline is associated not with standards but with enforcement but the result in meat products, for instance, is a 50% increase of reported cases of dodgy food entering the food chain.

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