If Julian Assange were to succumb to the cruelties heaped upon him, week after week, month after month, year upon year, as doctors warn, newspapers like The Guardian will share the responsibility, writes John Pilger.
Month: November 2019
Doctors Petition UK Home Secretary Over Julian Assange
Doctors from around the world have written an open letter to the UK home secretary about the plight of the WikiLeaks’ publisher in London’s Belmarsh prison.
Advancing Propaganda for Evil Agendas Is the Same as Perpetrating Them
Caitlin Johnstone blasts The Guardian for its belated defense of Julian Assange and its harmful coverage in the past.
RAY McGOVERN: The Pitfalls of a Pit Bull Russophobe
Like so many other glib “Russia experts” with access to Establishment media, Fiona Hill, who testified Thursday in the impeachment probe, seems three decades out of date.
Do Not Despair of UK Election
Compared to the unmitigated vilification by normal media, the chance for both Corbyn and Sturgeon to be seen directly by viewers in election coverage will improve the standing of both, writes Craig Murray.
DOJ Buried Allegations That Cheney’s Halliburton Subsidiary Paid Bribes for Venezuela Contracts
Spurred by the recent U.S. attempt to overthrow the government of Venezuela, Lucy Komisar offers a never-told story about the international corruption of state oil company PdVSA many years ago, under a pro-business administration in Caracas.
Trump’s New Policy on Israeli Settlements Is Illegal & Self-Serving
This pandering at the expense of the Palestinians is designed to burnish the president’s bona fides with his Christian Zionist base, writes Marjorie Cohn.
There’s Still No ‘Green New Deal’ Bill in Congress
Today there’s no climate bill to vote on, there’s no bill in the pipeline and it is unlikely that there will be one soon, warns Arn Menconi.
Elizabeth Warren Endorses Trump’s Economic War on Venezuela, Soft-Pedals Far-Right Bolivia Coup
The Democratic contender parroted neocon regime-change myths in an interview on “Pod Save America,” writes Ben Norton.
With Assange Safely Locked up, Sweden Drops ‘Investigation’
He is caged, and public support for him has been deliberately demolished. The Swedish legal parody did its job, writes Caitlin Johnstone.