By Derrick Broze

Facebook has announced a new partnership with the Atlantic Council, a think tank with close ties to the Military Industrial Complex and Defense Department.

On Thursday Facebook announced a new partnership with the Atlantic Council, a think tank which officially claims to provide a forum for international political, business, and intellectual leaders. The social media giant said the partnership is aimed at preventing Facebook from “being abused during elections.” The press release promotes Facebook’s efforts to fight fake news by using artificial intelligence, as well as working with outside experts and governments….


Homo-Lobby feiert Lunacek-Bericht – Wer aber ist Ulrike Lunacek? — CHILDREN IN SHADOW ::: CHILDREN IN WAR

Homo-Lobby feiert Lunacek-Bericht – Wer aber ist Ulrike Lunacek? katholisches.info/2014/02/homo-lobby-feiert-lunacek-bericht-wer-aber-ist-ulrike-lunacek (Wien/Brüssel) Wer ist Ulrike Lunacek, die LGBT-Europabgeordnete, für die es kein Problem ist, bereits Kinder im Alter von vier Jahren staatlicher Sexualerziehung auszuliefern? Ein kurzer Blick auf Leben und Karriere der österreichischen Homo-Aktivistin, die dem Lunacek-Bericht den Namen gab, der am Dienstag vom Europäischen Parlament […]

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Dog Fighting Organizer and Co-Conspirators Sentenced to Prison — spiritandanimal.wordpress.com

Dog Fighting Organizer and Co-Conspirators Sentenced to Prison The FBI along with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Humane Society of the United States had raided a dog fighting ring in Alabama. Charges of animal cruelty and conspiracy were given to the organizer and co-conspirators. Published: November 16, 2014 […]

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I Am Julian Assange

I Am Julian Assange By Raúl Ilargi Meijer May 17, 2018 „Information Clearing House“ – Julian Assange appears to be painfully close to being unceremoniously thrown out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London. If that happens, the consequences for journalism, for freedom of speech, and for press freedom, will resound around the world for a very long time. It is very unwise for anyone who values truth and freedom to underestimate the repercussions of this. In essence, Assange is not different from any journalist working for a major paper or news channel. The difference is he published what they will not because they want to stay in power. The Washington Post today would never do an investigation such as Watergate, and that’s where WikiLeaks came in. It filled a void left by the media that betrayed their own history and their own field. Betrayed the countless journalists throughout history, and today, who risked their lives and limbs, and far too often lost them, to tell the truth about what powers that be do when they think nobody’s looking or listening. Julian is not wanted because he’s a spy, or even because he published a number of documents whose publication was inconvenient for certain people. He is wanted because he is so damn smart, which makes him very good and terribly effective at what he does. He’s on a most wanted list not for what he’s already published, but for what he might yet publish in the future.

Source: I Am Julian Assange

Situation in Chile getting colder for its small Jewish community


Situation in Chile getting colder for its small Jewish community

Anti-Semitism is becoming more pervasive in a country with a sizable Palestinian population, with the government slow to react to growing social concerns.

A view of Santiago, Chile with the Andes mountains in the background. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

A view of Santiago, Chile with the Andes mountains in the background. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

Israel has received a significant boost from its allies in Latin America in recent months, with both Guatemala and Paraguay moving their embassies to Jerusalem and with Honduras rumored to follow suit as well. Yet in Chile, which is home to one of the largest Palestinian communities in the world, the situation for the country’s tiny Jewish community is growing more precarious.

Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas visited the South American country in early May, where he met with Chilean President Sebastián Piñera….

An anti-Semitic cartoon posted by the Palestinian Federation of Chile on its website.
Agosin also pointed to a number of other recent examples of Chilean Jews being unfairly targeted by Palestinian groups in the country, especially from student groups and unions.
“In April, the General Union of Palestinian Students called for banning a Jewish student’s candidacy for a student council post at the University of Chile on the basis of his being ‘a known Zionist,’” he said.

An anti-Semitic cartoon posted by the Palestinian Federation of Chile on its website.






English: Dog Meat On Sale At Kyungdong Shijang... Image via Wikipedia

Animal Rights Korea

One of the great lies of the Korean dog meat industry is that only special kinds of dogs are bred and slaughtered for dog meat. The reality is that any kind of dog can end up as dog meat. So abandoned pets quite often end up as dog meat. Besides, no one can tell what kind of dog they are eating.

The open secret of pet dog meat was dramatically exposed on Korean TV in 2010 and shocked many viewers. In 2011, a TV crew went back to see if anything had changed. This video is part of that investigation.

Despite denials from dog meat sellers, the investigation shows that the former pet slaughter industry is thriving and pet dog meat is basically sold everywhere.

Korea is a hell for abandoned dogs.

KARA Websites:

Korean: http://ekara.org/

English: http://animalrightskorea.org
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Ecuador’s Ex-President Rafael Correa Denounces Treatment of Julian Assange as “Torture”

Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks makes a statement from a balcony of the Equador Embassy in London, Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012. Assange called on United States President Barack Obama to end a "witch hunt" against the secret-spilling WikiLeaks organization.(AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP https://theintercept.com/2018/05/16/ecuadors-ex-president-rafael-correa-denounces-treatment-of-julian-assange-as-torture/

Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, in an exclusive interview with The Intercept on Wednesday morning, denounced his country’s current government for blocking Julian Assange from receiving visitors in its embassy in London as a form of “torture” and a violation of Ecuador’s duties to protect Assange’s safety and well-being. Correa said this took place in the context of Ecuador no longer maintaining “normal sovereign relations with the American government — just submission.”

Correa also responded to a widely discussed Guardian article yesterday, which claimed that “Ecuador bankrolled a multimillion-dollar spy operation to protect and support Julian Assange in its central London embassy.” The former president mocked the story as highly “sensationalistic,” accusing The Guardian of seeking to depict routine and modest embassy security measures as something scandalous or unusual.

On March 27, Assange’s internet access at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London was cut off by Ecuadorian officials, who also installed jamming devices to prevent Assange from accessing the internet using other means of connection. Assange’s previously active Twitter account has had no activity since then, nor have any journalists been able to communicate with him. All visitors to the embassy have also been denied access to Assange, who was formally made a citizen of Ecuador earlier this year.

Ecuador's President and candidate for re-election Rafael Correa, top right, and vice presidential candidate Jorge Glass, top left, accompanied by relatives, celebrate after presidential elections in Quito, Ecuador, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013. Although official results had still not been released, Correa celebrated his second re-election as Ecuador's president after an exit poll showed him leading by a wide margin. (AP Photo/Martin Jaramillo)

Rafeal Correa celebrates his overwhelming re-election win as Ecuador’s president in 2013, with his Vice President Jorge Glas.

Photo: Martin Jaramillo/AP

Assange has been confined to the embassy for almost six years, when Ecuador granted him asylum in August 2012. The grant of asylum was made on the grounds that Assange’s extradition to Sweden for a sexual assault investigation would likely result in being sent to the U.S. for prosecution, where he could face the death penalty. .…..


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