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The Elite War on Free Thought

Matt Taibbi: Racket News This is a speech given by Matt Taibbi, to our mind America’s best journalist. He was a major player in the spectacular revelations of the Twitter Files, which demonstrated once and for all the clear involvement… Continue Reading →

The Best of 2022. Let Them Speak: Why Free Speech Matters

Caitlin Johnstone. With two of an older generation’s favourite singers, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young, having chosen to walk the plank, the Joe Rogan/Spotify controversy is still going on and has only gotten more vitriolic and intense. Claims that Spotify must walk… Continue Reading →

We’re Asking One Question In Assange’s Case: Should Journalists Be Punished For Exposing War Crimes?

By Caitlin Johnstone This is the transcript of a recent speech by journalist, iconoclast and all round rebel Caitlin Johnstone. Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, rots in a British prison facing extradition to the US. The geniuses in American… Continue Reading →

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