Tag Archives: free speech

Australia’s police state expands

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The Australian state of Victoria’s parliament passed a bill giving police power to suppress protests, including ordering a rally to move on based on a suspicion that it may turn violent. Opponents call the powers excessive and undemocratic. The Summary Offences and Sentencing Amendment Bill passed through the upper house of the Victorian parliament on Wednesday morning. It will give ... Read More »

Facebook censors pictures of children rallying against GMOs during global March Against Monsanto

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In one of the most devastating acts of destruction of its own credibility, Facebook engaged in yet more censorship of Free Speech with the suspending of an account that posted a photo of children rallying against Monsanto during today’s global March Against Monsanto. The picture shows two children of Natural News reader Andrea Lalama. They are carrying hand-drawn signs that ... Read More »

Iran’s Press TV taken off air in North America

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Iran’s state-run news network Press TV has been taken off air in North America, the English-language television station has said on its website. The channel said on Saturday that it had been dropped from the Galaxy 19 satellite platform that allowed it to broadcast in the United States and Canada, without saying when it was dropped. The state-owned, 24-hour network ... Read More »

Global government now seeks total control over the internet

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What is arguably the very last bastion of totally free speech is once again under assault by the world’s tyrants, as the United Nations is now eying regulation of the Internet – as though it was in need of being regulated. Why? It’s an age-old story. Leaders of authoritarian regimes the world over hate the free flow of information that ... Read More »

Election 2012: How the winner will destroy America

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After all the hollow and uninspired elections that this country has suffered through over the past several decades, one might think that at some point long ago the American public would have finally struck a plateau of disenfranchisement; that we could sink no further into despondency, that there is a saturation limit to the corruption of our voting process. Unfortunately, ... Read More »

Court extends stop on order blocking indefinite detention law

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A federal appeals court has extended a temporary stay of a district court judge’s order barring the government from using an indefinite detention provision in a defense bill passed by Congress and signed by President Barack Obama late last year. A three-judge motions panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit issued the order Tuesday afternoon, indicating ... Read More »

Exclusive: Assange-Israeli Mossad ties unveiled

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Editor’s note: ever wondered why Wikileaks admittedly held back information on Israel and never covers 9/11? The aftermath of the last world altering months may mean life or death, war or peace for millions, perhaps the entire world.  Real conflict in Syria, the attempts by others to expand regional conflicts, tribal feuds and ethnic rivalries into war of aggression is becoming openly ... Read More »

Terrorism: Never what you think

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The recent demonstrations across the Islamic world aren’t so simple to understand. As an American, Terry Jones, the former CIA asset and his billionaire backers at Google, the CATO Institute and other groups that, when real investigation is done, at the root of this crisis, are not American at all. America is an idea, or so I was told as ... Read More »

No DNA link to Assange in condom central to sex assault case

Julian Assange

A ripped condom given to Swedish police by one of Julian Assange’s accusers does not contain the WikiLeaks founder’s DNA, forensic scientists have reportedly found. In a 100-page document shown to Assange’s lawyers, it was revealed that the torn prophylactic, having been examined by staff at two forensic laboratories, did not bear conclusive evidence that Assange had ever worn it, ... Read More »

NY judge blocks law permitting indefinite detention

Chris Hedges

A US judge has blocked a military law that permitted indefinite detention of anyone without trial for aiding terrorism, declaring it unconstitutional. Journalists and activists claim the law impedes free speech, and could be used against them. NY Federal District Judge Katherine Forrest said that the law affected anyone who provided so-called material support to organizations such as al-Qaeda or ... Read More »