Paul Joseph Watson, Wikileaks Revelations About the U.S. Election to be Released “In a Few Days” Although Julian Assange disappointed many with his failure to release any information on Hillary Clinton during a press conference this morning, Wikileaks is set to reveal new information relating to the U.S. presidential election “in a few days”.
Whether an October surprise may have come a month early, it’s too soon to say. But Hillary Clinton’s weekend health scare already has started to stir speculation about whether Democratic officials should be discussing the possibility of a Plan B, in case they need to hastily arrange for a replacement nominee. Which raises a basic
Weapons shipped into Jordan for Syrian rebels by the Central Intelligence Agency and Saudi Arabia were stolen by Jordanian intelligence operatives and sold to arms merchants on the black market, the New York Times reported, citing American and Jordanian officials. Some of the stolen weapons were used in a shooting in November that killed two
Mikael Thalen, Wikileaks’ founder warns of growing alliance between D.C. and tech giant. Google is “directly engaged” with the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton, Wikileaks’ Julian Assange stated during an international forum Tuesday. Speaking to the “New Era of Journalism: Farewell to Mainstream” symposium, hosted at Moscow’s Rossiya Segodnya International Multimedia Press Center, the Wikileaks
Michael Rubin I’m here in Jordan and, because of Ramadan, I tend to be up all night and then sleep until the early afternoon. While waiting for sundown, there really isn’t much to do except watch the Arabic satellite channels in both Arabic and English to get caught up on world events. How fortunate I
Libya’s army chief of staff blamed a general for initiating an attack on militias in Benghazi yesterday that killed 36 people and injured more than 100, Al Jazeera reported. Abdel-Salam Al Obeidi said Major General Khalifa Haftar was responsible for starting the attack on the militias, including the 17th February Brigade, in Libya’s second-largest city,
Raymond Ibrahim Islamic nations are again learning that the jihad is a volatile instrument of war that can easily backfire on those who preach it; that “holy war” is hardly limited to fighting and subjugating “infidels”—whether the West in general, Israel in particular, or the millions of non-Muslim minorities under Islam—but can also be used
Aljazeera – by Marisa Taylor The burgeoning battle between fast-food workers and their employers over low wages and benefits was ratcheted up a notch this week with the leak of a phone conversation from a McDonald’s employee helpline in which a longtime employee was advised to go on food stamps in order to make ends meet. Fast-food employee