Part Two: Solutions to disarm spying in Ecuador: by Jacob Appelbaum

Picture of Jacob Appelbaum Translated from: Jacob Appelbaum is co-author with Julian Assange, Andy Muller-Maguhn and Jeremie Zimmerman of a book about cryptography and the future of the internet: Cypherpunks, freely available. The book is based on the following conversation (dubbed in Spanish), which was part of the RT program Assange: The World […]

South Africa is an 'angry nation' on the brink of 'something very dangerous', warns Nelson Mandela's wife

  According to reporter Sara Malm, a reporter for Mail Online, a newspaper out of England (, the wife of former president Nelson Mandela has warned that South Africa has become an ‘angry nation’ as a result of its refusal to deal with its sordid apartheid past. Human rights activist Graca Machel, 67, said the […]

Governor Walker's victory and what it might mean: Police and thieves in the street

I recently read a shocking report about a country presumably trying to combat criminality, especially narco-trafficking, and to do so are using brutish and restrictive means to kettle the general population.  One such means is greater surveillance and repression, both on line, on phone and in the streets.   The article noted that country has passed […]

Human Rights Groups Outraged As Bush-Bama Renews Military Tribunals of the Prisoners He's Abusing At Guantanamo Bay

President Obama once pledged to end controversial trials of terrorism suspects, but now that he is in command, he has reversed his old promises from the campaign trail and has announced plans to revive the Bush-era military commissions system. These Kangaroo Courts have been denounced world  wide. Human Rights groups are outraged about the renewal […]

US Media Bias, Human Rights, and the Hamas Government in Gaza

US Media Bias, Human Rights, and the Hamas Government in Gaza By Janeen Rashmawi, Nelson Calderon, Sarah Maddox, Christina Long, Andrew Hobbs, and Peter Phillips The words “Palestinians” or “Hamas” are translated into “terrorists” and “violence” in the minds of many people in the United States. This translation did not simply appear on its own.  […]