Wikileaks reveals a private network of over 92 companies engaged in full spectrum global espionage

The following was gleaned from the pages of El Telegrafo, September 5, 2013 — an Ecuadorian newspaper.  Introduction Spy Files 3 The Spy Files #3 form part of the documents that the organization Wikileaks has published since 2011 regarding companies dedicated to providing intelligence and security. In this research which  includes El Telegrapho from Ecuador, […]

Hope & Change Betrayed: the prosecution of Obama Supporters and the deprecation of daily life

It appears my article: Hope and Change Betrayed was hacked and disappeared from the internet.  After it was published dailycensored was acting funny as if traffic were being redirected to another server. The website then went down completely and when it came back up the article disappeared. The cached version was even wiped from google […]

Assange: Snowden received a refugee document from Ecuador

Latest news on Edward Snowden from El Telegrafo, an official Ecuadorian newspaper, June 24th, 2013: http://www.telegrafo.com.ec/actualidad/item/assange-dice-que-snowden-esta-sano-y-salvo-y-su-destino-es-ecuador.html Julian Assange did not reveal the whereabouts of the former employee of the CIA, but said he is “in a safe place.” Agencies The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, said today that the ex-technical employee of the CIA, Edward […]

Eric Holder’s war on whistleblowers, political activists & journalists is antithetical to democracy and freedom

 Now that the spying on Americans has been thoroughly outed, this is being reposted for readers.  First publication June 1, 2013 Under Eric Holder, the Department of Justice has been employing dubious legal rationales to prosecute whistle blowers and political activists, not to mention to spy on journalists. The Espionage Act of 1917 has been […]

Henry Kissinger pressured Ecuador to accept a fishing agreement but under US conditions: The Kissinger Epoch

  Henry Kissinger: War criminal Dr. Kissinger: Well, first of all, what happened in 1973? In 1973, the first thing to remember is that when Allende was elected, he had about 35% of the votes, and the only reason he was elected is because the Democratic opposition divided itself into two other — into two […]

Bill Maher Interviews Julian Assange on HBO

  Last Friday on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Maher interviewed Wiileaks founder Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian embassy in London. They discuss the illegal investigation of Wikileaks the FBI tried to carry out in London, the federal grand jury in Virginia looking at charging Assange with terrorism and the legislation Senator Joe Lieberman […]

Wikileaks Reports FBI Banned from Iceland

On January 30, 2013, WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson reported that FBI agents who entered Iceland in August 2011 to investigate Iceland’s WikiLeaks operations had been ejected from the country by Home Secretary Ögmundur Jónasson. Janasson considered it unbelievably presumptuous for a foreign power to assume they could conduct private investigations of Icelandic citizens in their […]

Rights Activist Challenges Ethics of Swedish Courts, Media

As Swedish authorities push for a secret trial of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a noted human rights activist has repeatedly challenged the oft-praised fairness of his nation’s legal system and its media coverage.

Assange targets b of a : Something’s rotten in the state of a bank

By Saul Landau Fish rots. Bacteria work their way down from the head and produce the stench that provoked Marcellus: “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” He and Horatio had followed Hamlet, beckoned by the ghost of his father, the former King. The ghost verified what Hamlet calls “things rank and gross in […]