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The CIA Coup Against 'The Most Loyal Ally' Is History's Warning in 2020
John Pilger | globalresearch.ca | 2020-06-04
The Australian High Court has ruled that correspondence between the Queen and the Governor-General of Australia, her viceroy in the former British colony, is no longer "personal" and the property of Buckingham Palace. Why does this matter? | Secret letters written …
Facts Vs. Fake
Peter Koenig | dissidentvoice.org | 2020-06-03
Do you know who coined the curse, "conspiracy theory" or accusation, "you are conspiracy theorist!"? It was nobody less than the CIA in the 1950s, to silence those who saw through the lie of the Cold War against the Soviet Union. This was a complete lie by US war strategists to install fear in the …
The Forgotten Coup Against 'The Most Loyal Ally'
John Pilger | mintpressnews.com | 2020-06-02
On November 11, 1975, Gough Whitlam, then Prime Minister of Australia, was to inform Parliament about the secret CIA presence in his country, by day's end, he was out of a job.
Patient and Study Participant Rights to Privacy in Journal Publication
Flanagin A, Bauchner H, Fontanarosa PB. | jamanetwork.com | 2020-06-02
Personal health information is defined as identifiable data related to the past, present, or future health status of an individual. Personal health information has been considered protected health information, which is governed by ethical principles and laws to shield against intrusions into an individual's rights to privacy. However, rapid growth in the volume of electronic health records, access to other health information, and increasing use of personal health data by artificial intelligence, social media, technology, and other companies are threatening the traditional tenets of privacy protections for persona…
Action-Informed Artificial Intelligence–Matching the Algorithm to the Problem
Lindsell CJ, Stead WW, Johnson KB. | jamanetwork.com | 2020-06-02
This Viewpoint discusses ways in which artificial intelligence (AI) methods can enhance the use of health care data in detection, prognostication, and prediction; suggests ways in which AI tools might be better developed and deployed; and calls for increased focus on anticipated changes that will be made in the health care system to better benefit from the use of AI.
Stir Crazy! Episode #45: Blacked Out
Staff | therealnews.com | 2020-06-02
On today's show: TRNN investigative journalist Stephen Janis, "Smart Start Podcast" host Richard Snow, and TRNN executive producer Lisa Snowden-McCray. Hosted by Kim Brown. If you have comments/suggestions for the show please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org…
NEO: The Strange Case of an America in Flames
Gordon Duff | thealtworld.com | 2020-06-02
The tricks used against Libya, Syria and Ukraine are come home to roost | For a decade or more, the world has seen riots that weren't riots at all, Maidan Square, Hong Kong, Tripoli, Cairo and they have seen terror attacks, Paris, Boston and others. All have been staged. | Now the US is in flames. | Is there something in common here? It doesn't take a genius to figure out that Ukraine was overthrown by a CIA plot or that the Arab Spring, the series of fake revolutions, albeit failed, in Syria were staged as well, every single one. | Now those who have turned the world inside out are ready to turn inward, albeit "
Exclusive images from inside British court expose Assange's un-democratic treatment, physical deterioration
Max Blumenthal | thegrayzone.com | 2020-05-29
Photographs surreptitiously taken inside a British courtroom and provided to The Grayzone show a visibly disoriented Julian Assange confined to…
'Los amigos americanos': Nuevos documentos revelan el espionaje de la CIA contra Julian Assange y el papel del financista de Trump
Max Blumenthal | thegrayzone.com | 2020-05-22
Una investigación exclusiva de The Grayzone revela nuevos detalles sobre el papel crítico que la compañía Las Vegas Sands del…
Why America's Revolution Won't Be Televised
Andrey Areshev | strategic-culture.org | 2020-06-04
The so far purely emotional insurrection lacks political structure and a credible leader to articulate grievances | Pepe ESCOBAR | The Revolution Won't Be Televised because this is not a revolution. At least not yet. | Burning and/or looting Target or Macy's is a minor diversion. No one is aiming at the Pentagon (or even the shops at the Pentagon Mall). The FBI. The NY Federal Reserve. The Treasury Department. The CIA in Langley. Wall Street houses. | The real looters
The Forgotten Coup Against 'The Most Loyal Ally'
Andrey Areshev | strategic-culture.org | 2020-06-02
John PILGER | The Australian High Court has ruled that correspondence between the Queen and the Governor-General of Australia, her viceroy in the former British colony, is no longer "personal" and the property of Buckingham Palace. Why does this matter? | Secret letters written in 1975 by the Queen and her man in Canberra, Sir John Kerr, can now be released by the National Archives. Kerr infamously sacked the reformist government of the prime minister, Gough Whitlam, and delivered Australia into the hands of the United States. | Today, Australia is a vassal state bar none: its politics, intelligence agencies, mil…
Coronavirus in a Time of Chimeras
Andrey Areshev | strategic-culture.org | 2020-06-01
Mathew MAAVAK | As the global COVID-19 scourge appears to recede, questions remain over the source and morphology of a virus that had locked down two-thirds of humanity over the first half of 2020. It may take years to satisfactorily decipher this extraordinary episode in human history. | Nonetheless, the novel coronavirus was not germinated in a vacuum. The type of research conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology had ominous analogues worldwide. These included the quest for super intelligence and the development of interspecies hybrids or chimeras. | Genetically-Enhanced Competitiveness | What began as a sc…
Susan Rice Blames Russia for George Floyd Riots: 'Right out of the Russian Playbook'
Zachary Evans | anti-empire.com | 2020-06-03
Editor's note: So is CNN's Chris Cuomo (of the it's-illegal-to-read-Wikileaks fame) Russian? | twitter.com/SteveGuest/status/1267987525198585856 | | Former Obama adviser Susan Rice has blamed the violent protests that rocked major American cities over the weekend on "foreign actors," and even suggested that Russia could be involved in stirring them up. | "I'm not reading the intelligence today, or these days
Bolsonaro Gives a Fantastic, Impassioned, Radical Speech Against Lockdown Maos [VIDEO]
Marko Marjanoviƒá | anti-empire.com | 2020-05-26
This was a recent meeting of Bolsonaro's cabinet footage from which made public by the Supreme Court, and what a meeting it was: Why are they puttin handcuffs on a citizen that is working or a woman in the public square and the Justice doesn't say anything? You have to fucking speak! | You're going to be quite? Until when? Or do I have to keep exposing myself? You have to speak, put it out there! Dish it out! | You can't put handcuffs, a decision of the Supreme Court itself. Are we going to be quiet? Until when? | They keep on humiliating our people. And that's growing… People keep pointing at me: "I voted for y…
UK government wants your credit details and more, with some help from Cummings's pals
Tom Coburg | thecanary.co | 2020-06-04
The artificial intelligence (AI) firm employed by Dominic Cummings on the Vote Leave project is now working directly with the government on a highly sensitive data-matching project. | The Canary has obtained a partly redacted version of the project's contract, and the details are scary. | In short, according to the contract, the government will be able to match someone's credit details with their social media accounts and their utilities payments. All, apparently, to assist in coronavirus (Covid-19) intelligence gathe…
India must follow Supreme Court orders to protect 100 million migrant workers: UN rights experts
news.un.org | 2020-06-04
The Indian Government must urgently comply with a Supreme Court order to ensure the wellbeing of more than 100 million migrant workers, after coronavirus measures left them jobless, forcing them to travel long distances home, UN independent human rights experts said on Thursday.