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Don’t Underestimate How Badly the Powerful Need Control of Online Speech
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Don’t Underestimate How Badly the Powerful Need Control of Online Speech
January 15, 2022

Seems like almost every day now the mass media are blaring about the need for speech on the internet to be controlled or restricted in some way. Today they’re running stories about Joe Rogan and Covid misinformation; tomorrow it will be something else.

VIDEO: Mueller Report Witch Hunt
January 13, 2022

Why is the Strategic Culture Foundation and journalistic freedom under attack?

VIDEO: Mueller Report Witch Hunt
The Great ‘What if?’ for Julian Assange
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The Great ‘What if?’ for Julian Assange
December 20, 2021

What if Julian Assange had walked out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in 2013? Asks Joe Lauria. By Joe LAURIA On Nov. 25, 2013,  The Washington Post reported that after a lengthy investigation, the Obama administration was unlikely to indict WikiLeaks‘ publisher […]

USAF’s Culture War Strafing
December 20, 2021

The US Air Force has now authorized, but not required, the disclosure of personal pronouns in the signature block of official correspondence. Here’s a link to the full memo. This, of course, is a trial balloon. Give permission for this for internal communications, and after people get used to it, make it mandatory for all communications.

USAF’s Culture War Strafing
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The Execution of Julian Assange
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The Execution of Julian Assange
December 15, 2021

Assange, at tremendous personal cost, warned us. He gave us the truth. The ruling class is crucifying him for this truth. With his crucifixion, the dim lights of our democracy go dark.

Journalism, Assange and Reversal in the High Court
December 13, 2021

Inevitably, these cruel, gradually lethal proceedings move to the next stage: an appeal to the Supreme Court. As the paperwork is gathered, Assange will muse, grimly, that the entire period of his discharge never saw him leave Belmarsh Prison.

Journalism, Assange and Reversal in the High Court
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John Pilger: A Judicial Kidnapping
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John Pilger: A Judicial Kidnapping
December 11, 2021

Volumes of witness by people of distinction, who examined and studied Julian and diagnosed his autism and his Asperger’s Syndrome and revealed that he had already come within an ace of killing himself at Belmarsh prison, Britain’s very own hell, were ignored.

U.S. Government Threatens Writers With Heavy Fines if They Continue To Write for Sanctioned Russian Outlet
December 8, 2021

I have confirmed that two American writers for SCF have received letters from the US Treasury Department in recent weeks warning them of fines of over $300,000 if they continue to write for the journal.

U.S. Government Threatens Writers With Heavy Fines if They Continue To Write for Sanctioned Russian Outlet
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