29 July 2016

Media allege Putin behind WikiLeaks!

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So-called "experts" in US media accuse WikiLeaks of being run by Russian President Vladimir Putin in order to "attack" America (by revealing uncomfortable truths, one must assume).


In ridiculous news stories, the leaking of emails showing the Democratic National Convention rigging the nomination race to ensure Hillary Clinton's success over Bernie is portrayed as a Russian plot to undermine Clinton. Russian hackers invaded the DNC!

While scaremongering journalists think the DNC emails were hacked by Russian agents, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange pointed out that no Russians were involved.


WikiLeaks is aware of its sources, although their identities are protected, and knows the sources of the leaks were not Russian hackers. The story is a desperate gambit by supporters of Hillary Clinton to distract people from the rigging and scandal that have marred her campaign and are driving her supporters away.

Rather than focusing on the leaked content, mainstream media are once again trying to turn transparency itself into a scandal rather than noticing the ugliness and lies exposed.

It follows a similar pattern to the way Edward Snowden was dismissed as a Russian spy, while US totalitarian surveillance and authoritarianism are justified by the media.


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India fails to contain truth on Kashmir

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Writing on recent Indian regime crackdown actions against Kashmiris, the Kashmir Times executive editor wrote "sooner or later the narratives will emerge" to expose the suffering and yearning for freedom.


India has sought to impose a media blackout to prevent Kashmiris and the wider world from being aware of the extent of repression.

However, images of children blinded by pellet guns used by Indian forces, together with other abuses, have circulated easily despite curfews and bans on print publications. Social media understandably played a key role in making people aware.

The editor wrote of the Indian government and its regional authorities in Kashmir, "Their aim is to make the narrative disappear". This effort will fail, the editor predicts, because stories will still "emerge to haunt, often with a dash of bitterness and sometimes peppered with rumours."

In addition, "stories have been told and re-told at individual and community levels", and the editor concludes, "Now, like then, when gory stories of boys dragged out of their homes and shot at point-blank range, tales of random arrests, crackdowns and molestations, of children blinded by pellet guns who have gone missing, abound, yet another unbridgeable chasm has opened, defying resolution of the churning that is Kashmir."


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26 July 2016

DNC only ever intended Clinton to rule

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Extreme bias guided the Democratic National Convention (DNC) involvement in the campaigns of opposing Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.


WikiLeaks-released emails indicate that the leadership of the Democratic Party had already decided who must rule the country well ahead of any kind of democratic choice made by the people.

While the DNC is supposed to be impartial, it had instead sided wholly with Clinton and sought to derail Sanders' campaign from the beginning (as reported at TheHill), showing constant frustration with Sanders and trying to portray his campaign in a negative light at every opportunity. With the national elite managing to defeat Sanders and ganging up on Donald Trump, the US presidential election has descended even further into farce.

Apparently, only the bare minimum appearance of a farcical election is enough for the US regime to declare itself the most vibrant and successful democracy in the world.


The leaked emails are a substantial blow to the US regime's claims of being a "democracy", and even worse for the Democratic Party's claims of being democratic.

So offended are many of Sanders' supporters, that many have pledged to vote for Donald Trump in order to only bar the dangerous and bloodthirsty foreign policy hawk Clinton from power.


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Mont Order club holds July conference

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A conference was held and various position statements came under discussion among members of the Mont Order society on July 23.


Issues discussed include the UK political Opposition and the dramatic coup attempt that took place in Turkey.

Position statements will be released relating to Mont announcements and world events once Mont Order society members have developed consensus positions on some remaining outstanding issues. Meanwhile, the public Mont Order continues to be driven by a shortened code of values it devised in October 2015 in an earlier conference.


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