Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken head out on a mission to initiate a new, commercial era in spaceflight.
Minnesota fully mobilises the National Guard as it and other US cities prepare for more unrest.
Rapper Killer Mike delivers an impassioned plea to protesters in Atlanta, after clashes over the killing of George Floyd.
The US president says he is postponing this year's meeting and wants to invite other leaders as well.
MINNEAPOLIS—A night after Minneapolis burned, protests on Saturday were mostly calm—until cops and the National Guard moved in with force against those breaking curfew.
The protests in Minneapolis, where 46-year-old George Floyd died after a white cop knelt on his neck for several minutes, began peacefully on Saturday as hundreds of residents marched alongside police officers. But just after the 8:00 p.m. curfew passed and all major highways into the Twin Cities were shut down, police appeared in full gear.
They began to fling tear gas, flashbangs, and rubber bullets at protesters and journalists alike—pushing crowds away from police precincts that had been previously set ablaze the previous nights. While police were ostensibly cracking down on curfew breakers, it’s not clear why they would target journalists, who are exempt from the 8 p.m. curfew and allowed to report from the scene.
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When Mark Zuckerberg took to CNBC earlier this week to defend President Donald Trump’s ability to use social media to lie to the American public, he insisted that he didn’t believe Facebook and other private companies should be in the business of censorship, gravely warning that “political speech is one of the most sensitive parts in a democracy, and people should be able to see what politicians say.”
To hear Zuckerberg tell it, the decision by Twitter’s mercurial CEO Jack Dorsey to begin “fact checking” Trump’s most blatant and dangerous lies represents a grave threat to the First Amendment, one that he and his company reject. “Compared to some of the other companies, we try to be more on the side of giving people a voice and free expression,” Zuckerberg said.
It was a familiar line for anyone who’s followed Zuckerberg’s efforts over the last year to rehab Facebook’s image in the face of insurmountable evidence the platform played a crucial role in Russian efforts to undermine the 2016 election and spread white nationalist propaganda.
MINNEAPOLIS—Mahado Ali stood outside a convenience store just across the street from the Minneapolis Police Department’s first precinct headquarters, confronting looters who had pried open the business and were ransacking it.
Out of the store ran two young white women, among others of all races, carrying a case of Bud Light and marijuana paraphernalia, laughing. Behind them came a young white man with a handful of cigarette lighters. He walked past Ali and she began filming.
“Why would you give them a lighter?” she asked the man, who had passed out several to a group of other young protesters. “You gave a lighter to a bunch of people and told them to burn this place down. You literally are part of the problem. You are here to fuck shit up. You’re not here for the right reasons.”
Dozens of U.S. cities were still reeling from a brutal wave of protests when violence spread further across the nation on Saturday—with patrol cars torched, buildings set ablaze, cops attacked, and police firing tear-gas and bean bags at crowds from Philadelphia to Los Angeles.
Police and military reinforcements, curfews in major metropolitan areas, and impassioned scoldings from elected officials did little to quell the rage that spilled over after a day of mostly peaceful demonstrations over the death of George Floyd.
As late afternoon bled into evening and then the dark of night, reports of clashes from Buffalo to Seattle began pouring in, raising the question of how long the nationwide unrest might last and how it might end.
Michael Angelis, the longtime narrator for Thomas the Tank Engine series Thomas & Friends, died at his home aged 68 on Saturday, his agents confirmed.
Boris Johnson has issued a stern rebuke to his aide Dominic Cummings, warning that he 'will not tolerate' another media firestorm after his chief aide's trip to Durham.
It is thought that the singer, 32, enlisted the services of a bespoke American meal delivery service called Freshology to help her with her transformation.
Idoia Lopez Riano (pictured) became the world's most wanted female assassin in the 1980s while carrying out atrocities for Eta, the Basque separatist group.
The bizarre crime was discovered after the Pennsylvania woman tried to sell her house and a prospective buyer happened to look into the freezer. She has now been charged
The victim's mum could no longer have kids, so sick monster Augustin Costel Varga hatched a plot to get the underage schoolgirl pregnant instead. He has now been jailed for just two years
The SpaceX launch of a NASA crew towards the International Space Station represents a major step forward in space exploration after the failure of the Space Shuttle program
A human-mouse hybrid created at the State University of New York and the Roswell Park Cancer Centre contains around 4% of human cells, which is claimed to be the largest ever combined in a chimera
Chinese spokesperson Hua Chunying mocked the United States' concerns with Hong Kong's freedom by tweeting a sensitive phrase -- "I can't breathe" -- used to signify racial conflict with U.S. law enforcement.
The Dalai Lama blamed racism and discrimination for the death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minnesota, which has sparked riots and demonstrations across the country.
Greece will begin lifting its coronavirus lockdown for business and travel ahead of the peak summer tourism season, officials announced Friday.
An Ethiopian soldier gunned down a 32-year-old businessman during a security crackdown last year because his phone went off during a public meeting, Amnesty International revealed Friday.
A rocket ship built by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company thundered away from Earth with two Americans on Saturday, ushering in a new era of commercial space travel and putting NASA back in the business of launching astronauts from U.S. soil for the first time in nearly a decade.
US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that states and cities must get "much tougher" on anti-police protests or the federal government will step in, including by using the military and making arrests.
After a near three-month shutdown, all competitive sport in Britain can resume from June 1 behind closed doors provided strict conditions are met, the government said on Saturday.
The European Union on Saturday urged President Donald Trump to rethink his decision to terminate the U.S. relationship with the World Health Organization as spiking infection rates in India and elsewhere reinforced that the pandemic is far from contained.
Brazil cases near 500,000; Pope asks world leaders to provide Covid relief; lockdown eased for clinically vulnerable in UK. Follow the latest updates
- Pope Francis calls on world leaders to provide coronavirus relief
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Onto Australia’s economy now.
Shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers says even if this week’s economic growth numbers prove to be positive, there is little doubt Australia is in a recession that has ended 29 consecutive years of expansion, AAP reports.
Hammered by the health crisis, China’s economy shrank 6.8% in the first quarter from a year earlier, the first contraction since quarterly records began. Analysts believe it will be months before broader activity returns to pre-crisis levels, even if a fresh wave of infections can be avoided, Reuters reports.Continue reading...
While most businesses have reopened, many manufacturers are struggling with reduced or cancelled overseas orders as lockdowns push the global economy into recession. Domestic demand also remains depressed amid increased job losses and worries about a second wave of infections.
Factories reduced headcount for the first time since they reopened, with a sub-index falling to 49.4 from 50.2 in April, the survey showed.
Highlighting the uncertain outlook, the government’s work report earlier this month did not set an annual growth goal, marking the first time China has not set a target since 2002.
Beijing also announced additional fiscal measures to bolster the economy, equal to about 4.1% of China’s gross domestic product (GDP), according to Reuters calculations, its largest stimulus package since the global financial crisis.
- NBC News: general counsel Dana Boente forced out on Friday
- Fox News host Lou Dobbs slammed lawyer in April
- Flynn transcripts show he discussed sanctions with Russian
A top FBI lawyer who was criticised on Fox News for his role in the investigation of Michael Flynn has resigned after being asked to do so by senior figures at the Department of Justice, NBC News reported on Saturday.Continue reading...
Health experts warn lives ‘put at risk’, as Opinium/Observer poll shows slump in Tory support
Britain’s top public health leaders and scientists have warned Boris Johnson that trust in the government has been shattered by the Dominic Cummings affair and now poses real danger to life when lockdown measures are lifted this week.
In a letter sent to No 10 on Friday, 26 senior UK academics and health administrators warn that public faith in the government is essential if the Covid-19 crisis is to be tackled effectively.Continue reading...
Experts condemn Trump’s actions; India records worst daily rise in infections; surges in Russia and Brazil; Australia tests sewage water
Scientists claim to have found more clues about how the new coronavirus could have spread from bats through pangolins and into humans, as India reported its worst single-day rise in new cases, and the number of Covid-19 infections worldwide neared 6 million.
Writing in the journal Covid-19 Science Advances, researchers said an examination of the closest relative of the virus found that it was circulating in bats but lacked the protein needed to bind to human cells. They said this ability could have been acquired from a virus found in pangolins – a scaly mammal that is one of the most illegally trafficked animals in the world.Continue reading...
On Friday morning, as dawn broke through the smoke hanging over Minneapolis, the Gandhi Mahal Restaurant was severely damaged by fire. Hafsa Islam, whose father owns the Bangladeshi Indian restaurant with members of his family, woke at 6 am to hear the news. “At first, I was angry,” said Islam, 18. “This is my family’s main source of income.”
As Minneapolis burns over the police killing of George Floyd and shock and disappointment in Africa grow, some US embassies on the continent have taken the unusual step of issuing critical statements, saying no one is above the law.
The European Union on Saturday urged US President Donald Trump to rethink his decision to cut American funding for the World Health Organisation amid global criticism of the move, as spiking infection rates in India and elsewhere served as a reminder the global pandemic is far from contained.
A roadside bomb killed a television journalist in Kabul on Saturday, soon after a top Afghan official appointed to lead peace talks with the Taliban said his team was ready for the long-delayed dialogue. The insurgents denied responsibility for the blast, which targeted a minibus carrying 15 employees of private television channel Khurshid TV.
Watch the moment a flash-bang goes off near NBC News’ Morgan Chesky and his crew as protesters retreat from police setting off tear gas in Minneapolis.
Ali Velshi and his crew are hit by tear gas while reporting from the George Floyd protests in Minneapolis.
Ali Velshi reports from Minneapolis where a large group of peaceful protesters get on the move while the city’s curfew goes into effect.
Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot announces a curfew from 9 p.m. till 6 a.m. until further notice. Light foot expressed her "total disgust" at the amount of protesters "who came to today's protest armed for all out battle." Lightfoot added, "You don't come to
As the Chinese government’s grip tightens, protesters are debating how and why to keep fighting, or whether resistance is even possible.
In countries like Honduras, the virus has diverted resources from efforts to fight other serious diseases, straining weak public health systems, draining supplies and unraveling hard-won gains.
The German chancellor had announced earlier Saturday that she would not travel to the U.S. for the G7. Businesses are starting up again, but workers commuting by public transportation face dilemmas.
The Swiss city is best known for bankers, watchmakers and U.N. officials. But the virus has forced thousands from Geneva’s underclass to line up for hours for food aid.
A 19-year-old man has died in Detroit after shots were fired into a crowd of people protesting against the death of unarmed black man George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Fresh off a plane and sleep-deprived is probably not the perfect preparation to see a beach ball of plastic being cut out of the stomach of a conscious calf. But then I'm not sure what would prepare me.
A Belgian prince has tested positive for coronavirus after attending a party in Spain, which local media have reported as breaking lockdown rules.
When David Boshoff took the job as general manager of the Dinokeng Game Reserve he thought it would be a thrilling place to practise conservation, for there are few conservation projects in the world like this 20,000-hectare park.
President Donald Trump used a speech after the successful SpaceX Crew Dragon launch May 30 to tout his administration’s accomplishments in space, some of which predate his time in office, rather than announce any new initiatives.
The first crewed orbital launch from the United States in nearly nine years took place May 30, placing a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft with two NASA astronauts on board into orbit, bound for the International Space Station.
The Space Force should leverage the infrastructure and accessions pipeline from the Army and the Navy.
For the merger to go forward CPI must sell off its subsidiary ASC Signal Division.
Russia’s Ministry of Health on Saturday approved a flu drug for use in fighting coronavirus after officials said preliminary testing showed hospitalized patients who took the pills recovered more quickly.
Soumaïla Cissé was taken amid a surge of killings and kidnappings during a detente between al Qaeda and Islamic State in West Africa.
President Trump’s recent moves to punish China over its treatment of Hong Kong and other issues are likely to harden Beijing’s resolve to push back.
As Latin America becomes a new center of the pandemic, the mayor of Soacha, Colombia, is fighting Covid-19 with extensive food handouts amid a stringent lockdown. The city of one million has had only four deaths, but residents are chafing against restrictions on movement.
George Floyd protests continue across America. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times eastern.
Rioters in Salt Lake City, Utah, beat a man, flipped his car, and lit it on fire after he confronted them with a bow and arrow during riots on Saturday evening.
Rioters have set fire to Nashville City Hall on Saturday as protests continue to rage in the city's downtown area over the death of George Floyd, as seen in video shared by a local reporter.
Los Angeles saw riots spread to the Fairfax District and Beverly Hills on Saturday in what is shaping up to be another tumultuous night in the nation's second largest city.
As Minneapolis burns, mayor takes heat for response...
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Secret Service clashes with crowds at White House...
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NYC pleads for calm....
LA On Brink?
More than 500 arrests after looting and vandalism sweep downtown...
Police Cars Set On Fire In Philly; Citywide curfew...
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Cornel West: USA Is Failed Social Experiment...
An AFP collaborator poses for a picture using the smart phone application TikTok on Dec. 14, 2018 in Paris. TikTok is a Chinese short-form video-sharing app owned by Bytedance. The Chinese version of the app, Douyin, has more than 300 million domestic monthly active users, according to the company. (-/AFP/Getty Images)
Cranes work on a building site in Melbourne's central business district on October 2, 2018, Australia. (WILLIAM WEST/ Getty Images)
Protestors in Sydney on May 30, 2020. (Supplied)
Shipments of Australian Barley Continue despite Trade Tariffs, Yangtze River, April 12, 2020. (STR/AFP via Getty Images)
D.C. National Guard troops were deployed in the nation’s capital Saturday evening as violent liberal protests continued for another day around the White House. Photos and video posted online show a convoy of several troop carriers driving from the East Capitol Street, SE, Armory located near RFK Stadium across town to the National Mall. Guard…
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Nashville Mayor Urges People to Join Him at Black Lives Matter Protest — Then Leftist Mob Torches City Hall And the Nashville Courthouse (Video)Posted on Sunday May 31, 2020
Far Left Nashville Mayor John Cooper urged people to join him at the Black Lives Matter protests in downtown Nashville on Saturday. Mayor Cooper posted this tweet on Saturday morning. Mayor Cooper said, “This is an especially critical time for all of us, as Metro’s leaders, to show up and listen to Black voices speaking…
NYPD Isn’t Having it Anymore! Police Cruisers Charge Through Violent Mob, Send People Flying Like Rag Dolls (VIDEO)Posted on Sunday May 31, 2020
NYPD is fed up with violent mob rioters. Violent far left terrorists surrounded two police cruisers and began throwing objects at the vehicles. The cops asserted their power as the mob pounded on the windows and charged right through the violent mob sending people flying like rag dolls. WATCH: The NYPD isn’t having it any…
Demonic Leftists and Black Lives Matter Protesters Desecrate St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York CityPosted on Sunday May 31, 2020
No place is off limits. No place is sacred. Black Lives Matter protesters desecrated St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City on Saturday. New York City tonight: “Protesters” desecrate St. Patrick’s Cathedral — one of the most sacred Catholic Churches in the world. pic.twitter.com/7KHueVmEw6 — James A. Gagliano (@JamesAGagliano) May 31, 2020 https://t.co/TIZMAuxAyg #StPatricksCathedral #NYC…
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The Infowars Battle Tank was unsuccessfully attacked with hammers, sand bags, signs, banners, and metal objects.
Sophisticated military information warfare tactics being unleashed against America and the Trump administration.
Armored vehicle sustained heavy damage during the violent demonstrations.
Tech giants, fake news media in PANIC over Trump's targeting of Sec. 230; ending "viewpoint censorship" would crush fake news media's propaganda monopolies on vaccines, 5G and GMOsPosted on Saturday May 30, 2020
We might NEVER have a vaccine ... immunity to other coronaviruses rarely lasts longer than a few monthsPosted on Saturday May 30, 2020
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The National Guard has been activated in Washington, DC to assist local police handling protests around the White House, where the stand off continues, sporadically erupting in clashes.
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Nashville courthouse vandalized & set on FIRE as riot police try to disperse anti-brutality protesters with tear gas (VIDEOS)Posted on Sunday May 31, 2020
Protesters in Nashville, Tennessee broke into Metro Courthouse, setting fires inside, as peaceful anti-police brutality rallies are slipping into chaos and rioting all across the US.
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Rioters have used large wheeled garbage containers to smash through the main gate of the CBS television complex during mass protest rallies and unrest in Los Angeles.
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Most arrested Minneapolis rioters are LOCALS, jail logs show, contradicting claims of ‘80% out-of-state’ provocateursPosted on Sunday May 31, 2020
The vast majority of the people arrested so far amid the unrest in Minneapolis had Minnesota addresses, despite the US officials, including the state governor and President Donald Trump, painting the rioters as mostly outsiders.
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Protests have been non-stop across the United States over the death of black Minneapolis citizen George Floyd, who died at a hospital shortly after a brutal police arrest. However, peaceful demonstrations have grown into violent clashes with police, vandalism, and looting.
BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Venezuela is set to lift coronavirus-related restrictions in the country starting from Monday on and allow some businesses to reopen, President Nicolas Maduro said on Saturday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Texas Governor Greg Abbott said on Saturday that local authorities would deploy state resources, namely 1,500 officers, to major cities, including Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio, amid protests that erupted in the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in the city of Minneapolis.
Protestors have rocked the US for four consecutive nights. Demonstrators are demanding justice for those who have suffered from police brutality, which was catalysed by the death of George Floyd, who died earlier this week after a white officer violently arrested and choked him.
US 'not relying on Russia anymore' & keeping China on the outside: Trump campaign manager turns SpaceX launch into politicsPosted on Saturday May 30, 2020
Two NASA astronauts had barely taken off from the Kennedy Space Center when the achievement was already being politicized back on Earth. To the Trump campaign, it was an opportunity to blast Joe Biden and the Chinese government. NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley successfully launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Saturday, en route to the International Space Station in a capsule developed by Elon Musk's SpaceX corporation. The launch marks the first time since 2011 that NASA has sent astronauts into space from American soil, and the first time in history that a private company has sent humans into space.
France, Britain, Germany "deeply regret" US scrapping sanctions waivers on JCPOA-related projects in IranPosted on Saturday May 30, 2020
The United States announced on Wednesday it will terminate sanctions waivers that had allowed Russian, Chinese and European companies to carry out work at Iranian nuclear sites as part of the JCPOA nuclear deal. France, Germany and Britain issued a joint statement on Saturday, voicing their profound regret over Washington's recently announced move to eliminate sanctions waivers allowing work on Iranian sites designed to prevent nuclear weapons development, reported Reuters. "We deeply regret the U.S. decision to end the three waivers," reads a joint statement by the three European countries.
OK, I get it. You're sick of hearing about it. "There must be something else happening in the world," I hear you saying. Well, you're in luck! I did some digging and it turns out there are other things happening in the world, after all! Things that have nothing to do with viruses or masks or vaccines or contact tracers. (Or, at least, as little to do with those things as possible, given the circumstances.) Here are a few of them:
The world's collective forests have become shorter and younger overall in the past 50 years, according to a study published in the journal Science on Friday. This means that forests have less capacity to remove carbon from the atmosphere and are less hospitable to the many species that rely on them for shelter. Oh, and it's going to get worse. The team of researchers reviewed more than 160 previous studies, analysed satellite imagery, and created models to examine how forests changed between 1900 and 2015. They found that over that 115 year period, the world has lost 14 per cent of its forests to tree harvesting alone. That includes 30 per cent of old growth forests, which are home to trees more than 140 years old and are generally tall and biodiverse. The study doesn't account for other environmental stressors on trees, such as increased carbon dioxide fertilisation due to higher carbon emissions, and more frequent and severe climate-related disruptions such as insect...
Marijuana legalization is paving the way for a boom in the psychedelic space.
"Lockdown measures in the last two months have emboldened the monkeys."
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In the commercial market, producers of video games have an interest in maintaining games that are "balanced," meaning the competition between the user and the figures programmed into the game is relatively even. But for the U.S. government's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, winning is the only acceptable outcome, and gaining a competitive advantage is…
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A video of a Miami woman who has been charged with murder in her autistic son's death has surfaced showing what police say was her first attempt to kill the child. Patricia Ripley faces charges of attempted first-degree murder, premeditated murder and first-degree murder of her 9-year-old son Alejandro. In a video obtained by Univision,…
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(GATEWAY PUNDIT) A woman was found dead inside a car following the second night of violent riots in Minneapolis. According to police, the woman appeared to be in her 30s with “trauma visible” on her body, which was in the back seat. The car was in the area of the riots, in the middle of…
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[Editor's note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Politics.] By Evan Bayh Real Clear Politics The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting almost every component of daily life in the United States, with more and more Americans coming to terms with what the “new normal” will look like. Yet, despite the tremendous shock waves with…
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Would Lethal Force by Authorities Stop Riots and Murder Epidemics. #ATS http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1265274/pg1 …Posted on Sunday May 31, 2020
Would Lethal Force by Authorities Stop Riots and Murder Epidemics. #ATS http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1265274/pg1 …
Is this cop even racist? #ATS http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1265273/pg1 …
Floyd Protestors attack Hooters, march on Beverly Hills #ATS http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1265270/pg1 …Posted on Saturday May 30, 2020
Floyd Protestors attack Hooters, march on Beverly Hills #ATS http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1265270/pg1 …
SpaceX Launch - Indirect Disclosure? #ATS http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1265269/pg1 …
Professors around America have been caught selling secret research to the Chinese Communist Regime. The national media won't cover it, so here's a list of who have been caught so far.Posted on Friday May 22, 2020
Professors around America have been caught selling secret research to the Chinese Communist Regime. The national media won't cover it, so here's a list of who have been caught so far. (self.conspiracy)
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But when it happens in the us suddenly everyone gets involved. People don't give enough attention to what's happening therePosted on Saturday May 30, 2020
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By Will Banyan (Copyright © 21 February 2020) TRUMP: Look, Putin…… from everything I see, has no respect for this person. CLINTON: Well, that’s because he’d rather have a puppet as president of the...
NB: Superscripted endnotes are my own, while parenthesized footnotes (when encountered) are from the original editors of the collection, c. 1786/87. – Terry Melanson [p. 12] VI Statutes of the Illuminati As the Society...
German Official Leaks Report Denouncing Corona as ‘A Global False Alarm’ - as I've said from day one: You've been had people (which is why they are desperately trying to silence me) http://ow.ly/5ot330qL3tL pic.twitter.com/ASY8WcBIwoPosted on Saturday May 30, 2020
German Official Leaks Report Denouncing Corona as ‘A Global False Alarm’ - as I've said from day one: You've been had people (which is why they are desperately trying to silence me) http://ow.ly/5ot330qL3tL pic.twitter.com/ASY8WcBIwo
Donald Trump 'terminates relationship' with World Health Organisation making Bill Gates its biggest funder http://ow.ly/mDB130qKY3N pic.twitter.com/pLMvfRNnA5Posted on Saturday May 30, 2020
Message From The Madhouse - And A Tour Of My 'Mansion' - David Icke Dot-Connector Videocast - (PLEASE SHARE TO COUNTER CENSORSHIP) http://ow.ly/LWso30qKXya pic.twitter.com/dkDxTK42U7Posted on Saturday May 30, 2020
Carlson: The system is rigged - why are we still playing? http://ow.ly/Ik0r30qKY3A
Battlefield America: As The COVID Story Falls Apart, A New Crisis Takes Over http://ow.ly/9kDJ30qKY3kPosted on Saturday May 30, 2020
Battlefield America: As The COVID Story Falls Apart, A New Crisis Takes Over http://ow.ly/9kDJ30qKY3k
The Elite-manipulated 'race war': A poem unfortunately relevant yet again http://ow.ly/XsAw30qKY2V
They are okay but WTF.
Tuned him up nicely
Comedian Josh Pray goes to the gun range with his white friends.
On the ready.
God save America.
Insurrection Act of 1807.
[Determination that the various state and local authorities are not up to the task of responding to the growing unrest]
Call the ball.
[Q #4359] FBI's Top Swamp Lawyer, Dana Boente, Ousted amid Criticism for Role in Flynn InvestigationPosted on Saturday May 30, 2020
Committee to Protect Journalists @pressfreedom is just one of many media freedom organizations calling out the treatment of #Assange: [This prosecution of #Assange] threatens to criminalize the most basic practices of reporting #WPFD2020 #WorldPressFreedomDaypic.twitter.com/cAZFSt0hIPPosted on Sunday May 03, 2020
Committee to Protect Journalists @pressfreedom is just one of many media freedom organizations calling out the treatment of #Assange: [This prosecution of #Assange] threatens to criminalize the most basic practices of reporting #WPFD2020 #WorldPressFreedomDay pic.twitter.com/cAZFSt0hIP
When journalists are attacked, societies are attacked. No democracy can function without press freedom nor can any society be fair without journalists who investigate wrongdoing and speak truth to power.Posted on Saturday May 30, 2020
When journalists are attacked, societies are attacked. No democracy can function without press freedom nor can any society be fair without journalists who investigate wrongdoing and speak truth to power.
UK Foreign Office after arrest of @CNN journalist and crew: "As we've said before, journalists all around the world must be free too do their job and hold authorities to account without fear of retribution"Posted on Friday May 29, 2020
UK Foreign Office after arrest of @CNN journalist and crew: "As we've said before, journalists all around the world must be free too do their job and hold authorities to account without fear of retribution"
PRESS RELEASE: Covid risk for Julian Assange at next court hearing #COVID19 #FreeAssange https://dontextraditeassange.com/2020/05/28/covid-risk-for-julian-assange-at-next-court-hearing/ …Posted on Thursday May 28, 2020
PRESS RELEASE: Covid risk for Julian Assange at next court hearing #COVID19 #FreeAssange https://dontextraditeassange.com/2020/05/28/covid-risk-for-julian-assange-at-next-court-hearing/ …
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