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Wikileaks Unveils ‘Vault 7′: “The Largest Ever Publication Of Confidential CIA Documents”; Another Snowden Emerges

By Tyler Durden Global Research, March 08, 2017 WikiLeaks has published what it claims is the largest ever release of confidential documents on the CIA. It includes more than 8,000 documents as part of ‘Vault 7’, a series of leaks on the agency, which have allegedly emerged from the CIA’s Center For Cyber Intelligence in Langley, and which … Continue reading

Trump’s First Week: A Win for the Elite, a Loss for the People. “And it Does Not Look Good”

By Joachim Hagopian Global Research, January 27, 2017 My last article attempted to stay grounded in reality regarding the need to keep in check any expectation the Trump presidency will be any different from previous administrations, knowing whomever occupies the White House is simply the elite’s figurehead puppet choice. Based on the rhetoric expressed in his inaugural … Continue reading

Barack Obama’s Betrayal

By Federico Pieraccini Global Research, January 27, 2017 Strategic Culture Foundation 27 January 2017 Barack Obama rode into office on a wave of enthusiasm encapsulated in the hopeful slogan ‘Yes We Can’. Soon, reality set in and forced the administration to deal with the influence exerted by the deep state. A mythological monster with five … Continue reading

Pokémon Go, the CIA, “Totalitarianism” and the Future of Surveillance By Steven MacMillan

If anyone doubted that a percentage of the global population are akin to zombies, the incidents following the release of Pokémon Go have surely convinced you. Despite the game only being released in early July, we have already seen a man driving into a tree and a women getting locked in a graveyard whilst chasing these furry … Continue reading