The $4.2 Billion Man: Ecuador’s Betrayal of Julian Assange Reeks of Corruption

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Could it be a coincidence that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) handed the Republic of Ecuador a sweet $4.2 billion staff-level financing deal at the end of February, and 50 days later the Ecuadorian embassy invites London police in to arrest Julian Assange and hand him over to the United States?

That looks suspicious as hell, doesn’t it?

$4.2 Billion Loan Raises Alarming Questions

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Did Sean Hannity Scrub Pro-Wikileaks Tweets Due to Assange Arrest?

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Fox News host and conservative commentator Sean Hannity has long been a supporter of Wikileaks and Julian Assange. That is, it seems, until around the time Assange was arrested in London after being holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy for six years. Julian Assange’s Plight Meets Grisly End, Extradition to US Likely Within hours of … Read more

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Demands Justic for ‘Tortured’ Chelsea Manning

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In response to a tweet lauding her for her stance on congressional protection for whistleblowers, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted that “solitary confinement is torture” and specifically called on the United States to release Chelsea Manning. Related: Chelsea Manning has been trapped in solitary confinement for refusing to answer questions before a Grand Jury. Solitary confinement is … Read more

How Blockchain Technology Will Disrupt Elections And Empower Individuals

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As unprecedented charges of rigging have loomed over the U.S. presidential election, much attention has focused on the capability of blockchain technology to make voting more transparent. Joseph Lubin, the founder of ConsenSys and the co-founder of Ethereum, observed in an article in Futurism that decentralizing technologies have important implications for not only improving elections, … Read more