"Assange: "A Lot More Material" Will Be Released" "Assange: WikiLeaks to release ‘a lot more’ on US elections" As with the Sony hack, by far the most likely culprit is a disgruntled insider.
A comment by The Trumpening worth pondering on the coincidental unsolved murder of a Jewish data analyst for the Democratic National Committee, a 'robbery' with nothing stolen. The commentators to the Forward article are also suspicious.
"How Facebook "Accidentally" Blocked DNC Email Leak Scandal" When caught red-handed, they can't even be bothered to come up with a reasonable excuse.
This is misleading, and has to be read in the context of the DNC attack on WikiLeaks for making a mockery of its convention: "Why Did WikiLeaks Help Dox Most of Turkey’s Adult Female Population?". See here: "The Who and How of the AKP Hack, Dump and WikiLeaks Release" and "[Updated] Wikileaks Leak Of Turkish Emails Reveals Private Details; Raises Ethical Questions; Or Not..."
"Homeland Terror" Surprise mention of the Gutjahr coincidence.
"Putin to receive Erdogan in hometown" "John Helmer: The New Byzantine Alliance – Will Russia and Turkey Revolutionize the Center of the Old World?" The coup was run out of an American military base by people with high connections to the Pentagon, so if it wasn't the CIA exactly, it was certainly American, and the massive sudden Turkish geopolitical shift reflects a knowledge of what happened.
"Barbarians at the Gates". The usual lying has become more outlandish.
"Live From Philadelphia: Thomas Frank and Robert Scheer on the Democratic Party Establishment (Video)". Video is worth watching for the best presentation of the case against the credentialed classes, but note the irony in that both these guys are guilty of the same condescension as the neolibs in attacking Trump and his supporters.
"Part of an old Egyptian statue found in Israel". Again, the obvious question is how could the Jews have fled the Egyptians by moving to Palestine when the Egyptians were also in Palestine?
“slave labor,” you sanctimonious scum, what about your stinking prisons? - House may vote within days on tighter NK sanctions Patricia Zengerle, Reuters, Apr 27 2017 FASCHINGSTEIN – The House of Representatives could vote as soon ...
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